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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, March 22, 1974 Joan Water field Joanne Woodward in fine movie TV highlights Where have all the young girls gone? Where? Where is the one that lives in the still-trim body and in the mind of Joanne Woodward in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams. Originally titled "Death of a Snow then the eventual naming of the film is similarly puerile. Not its story, not its actors. The splendid script by Stewart Stern evokes a marvellously mordant closeup of the spiritual narcosis of a middle aged, middle class matron. The essential theme is the THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -PRESENTS- in the... AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano Stylings by 'Jesse Jones' in the... CABARET Thursday, Friday and Saturday "Alias" rootlessness of a woman who cannot see the view at the end of the tunnel. Who must necessarily turn backward and into the past and suffer accordingly the anguish of regret. Never able to tell her mother that she loved her, incapable of releasing her son to his chosen life-style, of reaching out to an essentially gentle and loving husband who lives with his own ghosts. The characters in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams may lack motivation but the film must be seen and interpreted solely in their relation to one another. Joanne Woodward knows this woman. She will be recognized by every woman of similar age as will the husband played simply and beautifully by Martin Balsam. It's a film that is deceptively simple, but it has the quality of making the familiar meaningful. By no means a great film. It is too brief to truly explore these'people. Yet it is indeed a fine movie with a great cast. It will be appreciated most by the middle-aged, but it should say something to the more youthful who must face the ambiguities of life. Who may realize that all have been young, all have drunk or spilled the "cup of life" and that sometimes it takes courage to even hang on to the handle of that cup. Sylvia Sidney who has copped an Academy nomination for best supporting actress for her brief role as the mother in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams is one of the "Legendary Ladies of the She appeared in a series titled thus at New York's Town Hall last year. Commenting on her career in the Professional Bldg. (Across from the Paramount Theatre) Presents 'The Jazz Scene" Friday, March 22nd from p.m. to a.m. HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Presents Nightly for youi listening pleasure IN THE TAVERN "ANYTHING GOES" MORRIS TROCKSTAD THURS., FBI.. SAT. AN INNS CANADA HOTEL 4th AM. TB. st s. Miss Sidney, now 64, said she was "paid by the tear" while at Paramount, an opinion verified by a number of weepy film clips. Highpoint of the evening was her response to a ques- tion from the audience that caused considerable laughter. Just as Mae West had World War II life-jackets named for her, so Miss Sidney had the dubious honor of having more intimate "government issue" given her name, possibly because 'of her role in 1933's Madame Butterfly. When the giggles died down she said it was indeed true and that she had once wanted to sue, but now considers it funny. The worst thing in retrospect, she said, was that she never got royalties from the sate of the items. It should be well worth the midnight oil for theatre buffs Tuesday. Starting at that impossible hour Channel Seven will telecast the New York Actor's Studio production of Chekhov's masterpiece Three Sisters. A fine prefude to more Chekhov in Theatre Calgary's The Seagull slated for early April. In rehearsal now it will bring Barbara Chilcott to the Calgary stage. With Miss Chilcott will be Diane Stapely, this year's winner of the ACTRA award as Canada's best television variety performer, and Maurice Good out of the Abbey and Gate Theatres and the Old Vic. A rarely seen but welcome form of theatre will be staged Friday March 29 and Saturday March 30 at Galbraith School. This is Readers Theatre from Mount Royal College and the program of scenes from Alice in Wonderland, the Just So Stories, Winnie the Pooh, poetry and mime will play Friday evening and Saturday morning and afternoon. Each performance will seat 200 and tickets for this free show may be obtained by calling the Bowman Arts Centre at 327-2813, or at our brand new Public Library. Not just for children, the program should attract, among others, community theatre people who may see this form of theatre as ideal for production in the new library's all-purpose room. A possibly once-in a lifetime opportunity for students of classical guitar. Arrangements have been Order new locomotives MONTREAL (CP) CP Rail has placed a order with General Motors of Canada Ltd., London, Ont, for 50 new 3.000-horsepower diesel locomotives, it was announced Thursday. Deliveries of the.six-axle diesel electric units, needed for anticipated high traffic demands, are scheduled over a four-month period starting in November, said a CP rail statement. The new diesels will be assignfed to fast freight services on CP Rail's Montreal Toronto-Vancouver route, the Edmonton-Calgary traffic corridor and other western Canadian operations. 11974 SOUTHERN ALBERTA KARATE KUNG-FU CHAMPIONSHIPS Eliminations Tomorrow, 9 am LfthbrMfl (Mlffiiti listititi FINALS Tomorrow p.m. CIVIC CENTRE wo OTO novfnij Ino FORMS Ytfnr SPARRING IN Ip, wMO Mn Ma pw Hnm BLAIR ORR ENTERPRISES made fur Miguel Rubio to offer a master class Saturday afternoon commencing at 3 p.m. in the Bowman Arts Centre gallery. Rubio, a pupil of Segovia and internationally renowned artist will appear in concert at the Yates Sunday evening. The master class can also be audited but for fullest details contact Dale Ketcheson at 328-0018. On stage tonight Kiss Me Kate, from the Lethbridge Collegiate, and next week Fiuian's Rainbow from Winston Churchill, so bust the entertainment budget and reward these talented youngsters with S.R.O. nouses. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY-DRAMA: Senior Year, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Gary Frank and Glynnis O'Connor star in this look at the lives of five high school seniors. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Jacques Cousteau, p.m., Ch. 11. A look at an Antarctic blizzard, virtually extinct fur seals and penquins. DRAMA SPECIAL: The Red Pony, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Henry Fonda and Maurren O'Hara star in this story of a poor farm family. COMEDY PILOT SPECIAL: If I Love You, Am I Trapped p.m., Ch. 9. A nonconformist student becomes an unlikely high school hero. From the producers of COMEDY SPECIAL: 6 RMS RIV VU, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Carol Burnett and Alan Alda become locked-in roommates in a vacant apartment on New York's West Side. MOVIE DRAMA: A Cry in the Wilderness, p.m., Ch. 13. George Kennedy plays a farmer bitten by a rabid skunk. MOVIE THRILLER: The Blood Beast Terror, p.m., Ch. 11. An English horror film of a monster moth at large in 19th-century rural Britain. MOVIE DRAMA: Lifeboat, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Alfred Hitchcock's study of turmoil and tension in the confines of a lifeboat holding survivors of a Nazi torpedoing. MOVIE THRILLER: Son of Dracula, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Lon Chaney plays Dracula who visits a Southern mansion as Count Band becoming popular Bearfoot group band with class By LAIN MacLEOD TORONTO (CP) A prominent British rock music promoter once said the difference between a good rock 'n' roll band and a great one is class. With thousands of good bands on the market today, class has become an essential ingredient in order to stand out in the crowd. Bearfoot, a Canadian band still in its childhood, is one of the few new groups in the market with this ingredient. Its songs are strong and catchy, its records well produced and presented and its performances on stage dynamic and professional. The band has come a long way in the short time since it was formed and with two albums behind it and a good chance of top 10 single success with its disc Molly, big things appear in store for these four talented and versatile musicians. Moreover, the band hopes to digress from its rock sound into, at times, more mellow music. Guitarist Hugh Brockie has studied classical guitar while keyboard player and lead singer Dwayne Ford is an accomplished jazz pianist. "We are looking forward to .balancing our playing with, acoustic Hugh said. "It will add another dimension to our music and provide our live act with an effective contrast." Driving force behind Bearfoot is Dwayne who pens much of the group's music. The class element emanates from Dwayne's songs which go far beyond the normal bounds of most rock 'n' roll tunes. He uses words accurately and runs them well into the lyric line. His music is instantly likeable and full of contrasts, as in Molly and the group's expected follow-up single Sweet Virginia. "I only feel normal when I'm writing Dwayne said. "When I'm not, I get schizoid. When I write, I am satisfied. A song is born like a child and we all work around it. The thing about Bearfoot is that each member contributes to every song. We have great teamwork." Although Bearfoot was formed only last December, Dwayne and Hugh had played together for several years previously. They started out in Edmonton in a band which Ronnie Hawkins put together. Dwayne later left to form Atkinson, Danko and Ford which enjoyed moderate success. Bassist Chris Vickery and drummer Malcolm Tomlinson also worked as a team prior to Bearfoot. Both played under Bill King and worked together on sessions. "One of the reasons Bearfoot fitted so well and so quickly was because we joined two pairs of Dwayne said. "Hugh and I formed the top half and Mai and Chris the bottom half of the sound. It was like a melting pot." While the band currently is concentrating on playing in the Ontario area, a Canadian tour is expected within months. And with Molly scheduled for release in the United States, demand for Bearfoot appearances south of the border also is anticipated. "The reason I signed this said manager Marry Onrot, "is because they have something extra, something different in their music. They have only just begun and already the public is hearing that something." PORGET mfiiun VOUR DERBV 5UICCP5TAKC TICKETS We Are All Of Two Minds The two sides of the brain perform different types of tasks in everyday living. Norman Hartley explains and tells how to use them properly, fn Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The lethbrulge Herald WINNERS WANTED! If you didn't receive your 6-pack of tickets in the mail, fill out the coupon at the bottom of this ad and mail in as instructed. Over in cash prizes makes this Alberta's biggest sweepstake. BUY5 TICKETS NOW! GET THE -6th FREE fd Me to big tnonw ortteil so Ibe 1974 CANADIAN SWEEPSTAKE Address. City____ (plf BW prlrfl) Province.___ Postal Code- Rhone--------- Your coupon CANADIAN DERBY SWEEPSTAKE PO Box 1122 E4monton. CcnMte LH-S Bearfoot, a Canadian band still in its childhood, has come a long way since it was formed. With two albums behind it big things appear in store for these four talented and versatile musicians. They are from left: Malcolm Tomlinson; Hugh Brockie; Chris Vickery and Dwayne Ford. 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC 1090 FRIDAY 3.00 Jack Neufeld 500 News 7-00 Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennik SATURDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 12.00 John Oliver 1230 News 6 00 Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennick CJOC 1220 500 5-25 5-40 5-50 6.00 6.35 8.00 12-30 FRIDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Place Local News World At Six Jim Parsons Show John Charles Kevin McKenna Show 6.00 6-05 7-30 10-05 12.00 300 5.15 5-53 SATURDAY News Jack Thys News, Wthr, Sports Gord Whitehead News John Charles Soccer Results Sports News CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-00-9-00 a m. Don McMaster 9 00 a m -3-00 p m Concie's Carousel 3.00-6.00 p.m. Don McMaster 600-10.00 pm. Del King 10-00-12 Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King SATURDAY 6-00-12-00 Don MacMaster p m Del King 3-00-6'00 p m Concerts, Overtures and Encores 6.00-12 00 Del King 12 00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) SUNDAY 600 am-1000 am Concerts, Overtures and Encores 1000 a.m.-1.00 p.m. Del King 1 -00-2 00 p m Gast Haus Hour (German Program) 2.00-6-00 p m Del King 6.00-12.00 Concerts, Overtures and Encores 1200 Midnight Sign Off CBR 1010 FRIDAY NIGHT 6-00 World at Six 6-30 As it Happens 8.03 Between Ourselves 9.00 Music West 1000 News, Sport. Wthr 10-10 Silver Broom Curling 10-15 Rve nights a Week 10-30 My Word 11.00 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6-03 Sounds Like Saturday 8.00 News 8 45 Notice Board 9.00 News 9.10 Sounds Like Saturday 9 30 Family Favorites 10-03 The Country in the Morning (R 1) 1059 Time Signal 12.10 Our Native Land 1230 Metropolitan Opera 6 10 Silver Broom Curling Mrs. Lillian Heppell of 1009 6th Avenue, North, Lethbridge, is the winner of 7 ounces of Gold in the current GOLD RUSH CONTEST." Mrs. Heppell was presented the 7 ounces of Gold today by Mr. Stewart Creighton, Sales Manager of Chinook Beverages Limited. The Value of 1 ounce of Gold in Canadian dollars on the date of the draw was making the value of the win CJOC-TV 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY 6 30 Tales of the Riverbank 9.0G Uncle Bobby 9.30 Jeannie Flintstones 11-00 Yogi's Gang Goober and the Ghost Chasers 12.00 World Cup Curling 2.30 Sportsweek 3-00 Wrestling 4-00 Safety Roundup Spiderman Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Uthbridgc Channel 13 (Cabtevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Hollywood Squares CJOC News 6.00 Chase 7.00 Mannix All In The Family 8-30 M A S.H. Tommy Hunter 10-00 Flip Wilson News 1150 P.M. 12.OO Movie- Lifeboat 44 FRIDAY Mod Squad Doctor In the House News Sanford and Son Movie: The Red Pony 9.-00 On Hie Buses 9.30 Movie.- A Cry in the Wilderness News News Double Bill 1. Son of Dracula 2 The Werewolf of London CSS Thought for 8 JO University of the Air 9.-00 Family Affair Dastardly and Muttley Buckshot Watervrtte Gang Puppet People Famastica You Really Can 12.30 Nuts V Bolts "n" Things 1-00 Outdoor Sportsman 1-30 Sports Digest 2OO Wrestling 3OO Roller Derby 4-00 Animal World 4 30 Wide World of Sports KRTV Falls Chamwl 3 (Cabtovtoion Ch. 9) 9-00 Pebbles Bam Bam 930 Fal Albert FMtOAY HeeHaw 6.-00 Double BiB 1. Senior Year 2 Jf I Loved You 8-00 6 Rms, Rtv Vu .930 News Tontgttfl Show SATURDAY 5-00 OGF Teleoourse 6-00 Scooby Ooo 7'OD My Favorite Martian 730 Jearmle 8-00 Speed Buggy 8-30 Josie and Pussycats KFBB Graat Channel S (CabtevWon Ch. 11) 10-00 NCAA Basketball <2 Games) 2i00 Star 230 Jeteons 3-W Ussie 330 News 4'OD T8A 4 30 Cnartle Brown "There's No Time 1or Love" 5-00 Lawrence Weik 6-OS American Parade FRIDAY 5-00 News 5 30 Truth or Consequences 6-00 Brady BuncTi 630 Jaoques Cousicau 7.30 OddCotrple 8100 Toms 9-00 News 930 Movie The Bloodbsasi Terror SATURDAY 435 News S-OD Bugs Burmy 6OO Super 7-00 lassie's Rescue Rangers 7 JO Goober and the Gtiost Chasers S-OD Brady Kids 830 Mission Magic 9-00 ABC Movie 10-00 American Bandstand lliOO international Skating Conference 12-00 Greatest Sport legends 12 30 Pro Sowfers Tout 2 00 Wide world of Sports 330 Reasoner Report 4OO Slar S W Sonny and Oner ;