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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rriduy, Murch 24, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKALB 9 J11ANY SCOUTS in Norway numbered at Uio end of 1970 and be- longed to three different scout- ing associations. MANY I1UNTBKS Hall a million New Yorkers lako to the woods and field each fall in search of the stale's abundant and varied game. Passport Photos Candid Wtddlngi Picture Framing Photo SupptiM A. E. CROSS STUDIO 321-0111 710 3rd S. Phone 328-0222 .loan WaLer field NTERTAINMEIST LYE E MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS "MOJO REVUE" DANCING and ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR IADIES 830 pm. to T-00 a.m. FULLY LICENSED "BRENDA" will be onlerlointng in tfio RED COACH LOUNGE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY jcHaa ThursdcfyCabaret SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" In color. Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" In color. Starring Dinah Siieridan. Blue Ribbon award winner. Friday and Satur- day, March 24 and 25. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE McMASTERS" In color. Starring Burl Ives, David Carradme, Nancy Kwan and Jack Palance. Friday and Saturday, March 2-i and 25. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "KELLY'S HEROES" In color. Starring Clint East- wood and Telly Salavas Friday, Saturday and Sunday March 24, 25 and 26. Friday show at p.m. Adult, PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE OMEGA MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Charlton Heslon. Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Friday Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Matinee Saturday, March 25 at p.m. "TOWN TAMER" In Technicolor. Starring Dana Andrews. Family. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "2D.OOO LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday Matinee at p.m. Family. A LMOST without introduc- tion and certainly without super smart credits, movie- goers are plunyixi into The French Connection." It's a dizzying descent from sea-washed Marseilles, via the bloody mask of its first victim to the hell that is New York. It's "Fun City" in search of a fix, witii the assurance Lhat tlic right connection, "ev- eryone's gonna get well-" And in the ant life Lhal moves under the pristine col- umns of New York's skyline "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hack- a narco squad detective works with pathological dedi cation. From the first "busting" of blacks in a seedy bar, Doyle plays his hunch, holed up in a wiretapping stake-out, playing 'three-man tail" on a prime suspect, caught in a grimly funny hide-and-seek on the Right is on Ihe side of the law, and there's where the movie-goer site, waiting for Doyle to "gel" his Frenchman but it is uneasy accommo- dation. No hero this. Porcine face crowned by a pork-pie hat (oh vious allusion to Doyle is a man without a past, or fu ture, untouched by anything ex cept tile present pursuit. The camera shows him wolf ing pizza and coffee in freezing juxtaposition to his quarry Todays ShowHmes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects French Connection" Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects 'French Connection'' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Trojan Women" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" "Klule" One Complete Show Saturday Matinee Short Subjects "Trog" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Klute" "McCabe and Mrs. JliUer'1 Last Complete Show dining at a swank eatery. It marks his indifferences to drunk sprawled in a clully doorway, follows him in a dizzying chase of an elevated train. His fight Io stay on the as- signment is played above the dead of a freeway smash-up- The final confrontation in a scabrous building seems to mark the quintessence of the ilth of the inner city, trapping joth pin-sued and pursuer. Hackman is superb, defining man both believable and monstrous, fulfilling all the promise of "Bonnie and Clyde." D i r e c tor William Friedkin has played him and the cas against a faceless city with a chilling impersonality and ten- sion that will leave your gulp- ing with gratitude our clean western air, and perhaps have you smile with a little more friendliness ti> the local cop on lire beat. OSCAll TIME: The French Connection has been nominated for eight awards. This weekend you'll have the opportunity of seeing Jane Fonda in "Klute" and Julie Christie in McCahe and Mrs. Miller." Both actresses have been nominated for their roles as la- dies of questionable repute. Others in the Oscar race, "Maiy, Queen ot Scots" and "Sunday, Bloody Sunday" will be playing locally in April. i Man at the Top which has de- parted Channel S'even may nol have been everybody's cup ol tea but, at least, it was the strong-flavored real thing. It would be easy to dismiss the series as a somewhai seamy soap opera but what lift ed it above the run-of-the-mill no pun intended) was due in lart to the writing and, to an ;ven greater extent, the cast- ing- Playing Hie non-hero, Ken- neth Haigh was completely be- ievable and at times oddly likeable. Haigh, of the same act- ing breed as Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay, is currently being seen on "In Search of the carried on the Public Broadcasting Sysleni. Haigh plays Hichard Bui-ton (the explorer, not the diamond The language on ''Man'1 like that in "The French Connec- was, to put it mildly, in. capable of being put mildly. However it was, within the context and characterization, completely acceptable. Channel Seven p r o d u c lion manager Bob Johnson reports only one complaint and that to a minor anatomical allusion. ALLIED AiiTS COUNCIL wil bring the Alberta Ballet Com- pany to the Yates this Sunday. Now in its second season the company will offer excerpts from Les Sylphides, the Nut- cracker, Ccppelia, a folk ballet Carpathian end a contemporary production, Born to Dance- Dancing with the company is Allen Douglas whose prowess has been mark- ed at dance festivals here, and IG-year-cId Sherry Lanicr of tlus city. Performance starts at 8 p.m. Sunday and tickets are still available. And still the calls roll in. "Chariots of the seen recently on CBC has prompted the largest favorable response to any TV program in the cor- poration's history. In Regina a petition signed with 203 names requested a re- peat. Ditto Calgary ditto Lethbridge. The possibility of a repeat Is being considered but as we en- ter a season of regungitated situation comedies public pres- sure may yet force the powers that be to realize Lhat a re> showing of this and other great specials would be more easily digested so keep lost letters coming. CALBNDAK: Saturday, CCH i Drama. Sunday, Easter portion ''Messiah" (evening) Al- berta Ballet Co-, Natural High (St. Tuesday, Anne i Campbell Film Show. Thurs- day, WCHS' Drama. i TV WEEK: Saturday Ch. 3, 8 p.m. Man From Rio; Ch. 7, 9 p.m. Bullitt; Ch- 13, 9 p.m. Willie Boy. Sunday Ch. 3, p.m., Ijeonard Bernstein 1 Youth Concert; Ch. 13, p.m. Last Vikings. Monday Ch- 13, p.m. Jazz Circle. Tuesday Ch. 7, p.m. Carol BurneK. Wednesday Ch. 7, p.m. One Way to Quit p.m., Two Arctic Tales. Thursday Ch 13, p.m. The 70's (Pri- Friday Ch. 3, p.m., Appointment With Des- tiny, FOOTNOTE: Reference a couple of columns back to the "indecent .exposure" of Burt Reynolds on television. Burl now reveals all as Cosmopoli- tan's centrefold. Now, how about ne-xt year's calendar market? NEW and USED TITANO ACCORDIONS at PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE "Your Aulhorized Dealer in Lethbridge since 1954" 530 5lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-7524 GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE jSyjQ March 25th p.m. FEATURING THE JACK BLECH ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND GUESTS Gorman film nighl-Sunday, March 26lh p.m. 1 ihort lubjecls, plus Ihe comedy DAS FtlEGENDE KLASSENZIMMER. Citizens baffled by legal system OTTAWA (CP) The new Law Reform Commission of Canada hopes to make it easier for ordinary people to decide whether they really need a law- yer io buy a house, get a di- vorce, sign a lease or buy a used car. "There shouldn't be any mys- tery about these Mr. Justice Patrick Hailt of On- tario, chairman of the commis- sion, said in an interview. The legal system had become costly and complex to the point baffled citizens often re- sorted to hiring a lawyer to han- dle relatively simple affairs. "I think some of the mystery should be taken out of the whole Mr, Justice Hartt said, "If a person wants some expert help, fine." Often it would be wiser to hire a 3 awyer. But the ind i vidu a] should at lesst have enough knowledge of the system to de- cide whether he can handle a matter himself or should lure a lawyer. The law reform commission, established last June to begin a permanent and independent re- view of federal law, unveiled yesterday an initi al progra m that will deal with criminal law, family law an! evidence, proce- dures and sentencing. Columbia Recording Artist TONY WHITE WILL BE APPEARING NIGHTIY IN THE CLUBROOMS UNTIL SATURDAY MARCH 25th AT THE 207 13fh St. North MEMBERS AND GUESTS Magazine contracts dropped RENAISSANCE IMPORTS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8412 Is proud to present A SHOWING OF PAINTINGS from Ihe ef Guild Gallery of Artisls ond Author! THURSDAY, MARCH. 23rd to APRIL 1st (inclusive) Including work! by Ihe fallowing ArtisU JOHN CRITTENDEN GERDA CHRISTOFfEBSON ART EVOY 30 BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS WILL BE DISPLAYED Also SCULPTURE by CORNEY MARTENS MONTREAL (CP1 Week- end Magazine sairl Thursday contracts 3 re being dropped wilh 16 of its 38 member news- papers throughout Canada for marketing reasons. j A. Gcodson, president of the Montreal Standard Publish- ing Co., which puts cut Week- end, said in an interview: "This is a marketing decision made by us a year ago and so defined to our member news- papers at that time." Contracts will expire March 3] and are not being renewed with newspapers in smaller in m n n i I, i e s and market from C'OITT Brook, WI'l., In Trail and N'elion, B.C., Mr Gmxlsnn reported. He added thai "all the major markc's we have approached have signed" and Weekend will have a distribution of with 22 member newspapers compared to with the present 38 members. NAMES PAPERS Ixjwis Ixmlhood. vice-presi- j dent, newspaper relations, with j Standard Publishing, named the- papers affected in alphabetical order: Ambersl N'cws, Belleville In lei I i gcncer, Brandon Sun, Brockville Recorder snd Times, Charlotlcfown Patriot, Corner Brook Western Slar, Grande Prairie Herald-Tribune, Kirk- land Lake Northern News, Moose Jaw Times-Herald, Nel- son News, Owen Sound Sun- Times, Prince Albert llorald, Red Deer Advocate. St. Thomas Times-Journal, Timmiu.'i Proas, Trail Times. I Milner named president of IPAiC CALGARY (CP) S. A. Mil- ner, president of Chieftan velopment Co. Ltd. was elected president of the Independent Petroleum Association of Can- ada. He succeeds Alislair Ross, president of Western Dccalta Petroleum Ltd. H. R. Jnudrie of Ashlanrl Oil Canada Ltd. was elected first vice-president and M. P. Paul- son of Home Oil Co. Ltd. was chosen second vice-president. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In LOUNGE SONGS BY "BERNICE" EVERY NIGHTI IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN "The Ray Review" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT [THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) COLLEGE TONIGHT and SAT. One Show Only ol p.m. jone fondtt glonsld kind LOTS OF GUYS SWING WITH A CALL GIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY JUST WANTS TO K1LIHER. Lwule HIT NO. 1 'McCabe and Mrs. Miller' WARREN BEATTY ortd JULIE CHRISTIE__________ Nole: Due to length of this program one complete show only ol p.m. Saturday first shigw at p.m. COUEGE SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. FAMILY ON THE SCREEN I FAMILY From a million years back. .Horror explodes into today ADDED ENTERTAINMENT 40 MINUTES OF ROAD RACER CARTOONS AIL SEATS THIS SHOW KNOCKOUT POLICE RESTRICTED ADULT COLOR BY MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. NOW SHOWING at ond p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT CINEMA AVE 1 eth SI -327 5100 LAST TIMES TONIGHT ot and p.m. Just a person who protects children and other living things TOMORROW TROJAN WOMEN'SUCCEEDS IN BEING CLASSICAL FILM. MATiLire CATIIDnAY 'A Theatrical p.m. Classic filmed With these performances 'The Trojan Women' should not -3UD31H NIC-TV TODAY SHOW AlOSEF SHAFTEL HOOUCIOH KATHARINE HEPBURN VANESSA REDGRAVE GENEVIEVEBUIOLD IRENE PAPAS 'THE TROJAN WOMEN" A MICHAEL CACCVANNISnM IT A Mil V 'ATIUCKMAGEE BRIAN BLESSED ;