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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Clash On Campus STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Bombarded for hours by rocks, about 100 police used tear gas on campus early today in break- i n g up a window-smashing crowd of about 200 students at Stanford University. Probe Bombings WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor John L. McClcilan (Dem. Ark.) announced Thursday a Se- nate investigation of the U.S.- wide wave of criminal bomb- ings. HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: "Tarzan and the Valley of 6 p.m., Ch. Former football star Mike Henry is the 14th man to portray Tanan, this time in a movie about a lost Aztec city. With Nancy Kovack. DRAMA: Bracken's p.m., Ch. 7: Joseph Campanella (The Bold Ones) depicts a writer whose job with a movie studio brings trouble for a young actress and a director. SPECIAL: "And on the Eighth 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A look at pollution in Canada, U.S. and Britain. COMEDY: 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A rerun with Charming as guest star. MOVIE: "The p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun film about too upper-class brothers who concoct an elaborate scheme to rob the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London. Stars Michael Crawford and Oliver Reed. MOVIE: 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Jack Lemmon, Elaine May and Peter Falk star in an unacclaimed version of Murray Schisgal's play about the idiocies of marriage. MOVIE: "The Big p.m., Ch. 7: Stephen Boyd stars as a soldier-of-fortune in Africa's Ivory Coast (now SATURDAY NATURE: "Wildlife in p.m., Ch. 7: A study of animals and birds threatened by extinction in Canada and England. SPECIAL: "Kentucky 2 p.m., Ch. 7: The %th running of the mile-and-a-quarter race, at Churchill Downs in Louisville. SPECIAL: 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Chelsea meets Leeds Lr the Football Association Cup, emblematic of English soccer supremacy. LISTINGS frearami mn I'itMd by rvdft i Any varhrtwn in program H 19 ehangti by itariani and not ipeniibility of Htrgld CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jade Thys show Cross Country NeWs FRIDAY NIGHT world at Six Market Report Paul Tlyidar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CBC Church Bulletin CHEC News on the Hour Wfhr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC FM MG News Farm News, Slocks Bent Pcderson Dinner Showcase Music Factory Farm Shm? Back lo Hie Bible H. B. Carnaby News, Sporfa, Wlhr. Voice of China SATURDAY Showtime World Tomorrow Ron Stone Caravan Ben Pederson Farm Show News CBR Thgatre Action Set Atlantic Symphony High Noon Sounds Like Europe News Mui'c Past Mid- Major Country night News SATURDAY Sound of Britain .__ Eye Opener News Radio Free Friday News, Sports Sound of Britain News Rev. Bill Porfman High Country Five Mights a Morning Concert News Week Alarm Clock Fred Dobbs Show FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Air Pollution Music From Movies SPECIAL! Transistor Radios 15" 6 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY 8 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Car. 4th Ave.-Sth St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} FRIDAY NIGHT Pufnstuff Three Stooges Toleprobe 7 Bracken's World (c) Julia (c) Laugh-In Movie: Luv c News 1 Movie: The Big Gamble SATURDAY FA Cup Final H! Diddle Day Klahaine Kentucky Derby Wrestling Pinnocnlo and Oz University of Cal- Thunderbirds gary Cartoons South Pacific Movie: Apacha Games CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Movie: Back Street Lassie tc) J'H News C Worid c f Troop c SATURDAY Movie: Quanlez And on the Eighth Thought for Day Wrestling News Kiddies on Kamcra Movie: The Jokers J-H Clubtime Outdoors F.BJ. Batman Sports News Uncle Bobby Hoi Seat (c) News Joe 90 (c) Sports (c) KRTV' Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Huntley-Brinkley News c Hillbillies c _ Movie: Tarzan and Dastardly and The Valley of Gold Mullley c Ironside Wacky Races nsnov, SATURDAY College of Great Falls Telecourse c Penelope Pitstop Here Comes the Superman c GrumP Johnny Quest e Baseball: Minn, at Baltimore Jambo Tales Kentucky Derby High Chaparral Huntley-Brinkley Green Acres Filntstones Monkees KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cibbvltion Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Get Smart Tim Conway Brady Bunch Nanny and the 'Professor Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Muir Debbie Reynolds Love, American Style TV-5 News Merv Griflin SATURDAY Gulliver Smokey Bear Cats Hot Vvneelf Hardy Boys Sky Hawks t: 30 George at th< Jungle Get Together American Band stand Movie: Sports Roger Mudd News Flying Nun Let's Make a Deal CATV-J TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Travel and Conven- lion (RCMP, Ft. Macleod) Land of the Big Blue Sky .Friday, May 1, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ''THE movie M.A.S.H., cur- rently at the Paramount Theatre is dedicated to the sup- position that one laugh is worth a thousand mental breakdowns. Set unobtrusively in Korea during the war of the early 1950s, it is a movie that follows the wounded soldier after he has been dragged away from the front lines by the brave Medical Corps man. The heroes of M.A.S.H. are the surgeons, nurses and assort- ed high-ranking nincompoops who must deal with the grisly after-effects of war. A startling black comedy, its humor is never far from the madness that lurks about the gory oper- ating tables. It is probably the only war story whose secondary stars are pints of blood and a camp public-address system'. "Urine specimens will be tak- en from camp personnel today at 1800 hours. I mean, 2150 hours. make that 9 o'clock tonight. (Crackled pause) Cancel that last order." A surgeon saws off a man's leg while a nurse scratches his nose with a pair of foreceps. Pieces of men's innard miss the slop pail and lie like chick- en hearts on the operating room floor. A naive priest is called away from performing the Last Rites to hold a thread and queasily hold down his stomach. To get through this valley of blood, guts and dying flesh, M.A.S.H.'s men and women drink, slip away into each other's tents and attack the slightest bit of pretention. Some of their attacks are about as professionally cruel as than- work is merciful. A sanctimonious major takes time out from Bible-reading to visit the head nurse's quarters. Both are unaware of Hie micro- to the camp loudspeaker which has been placed under the bed. A pri- vate activity becomes a public performance. The same nurse, Hot Lips Houlihan, a kind of female 20- year man, is blonde, but who knows if she's a real blonde? After taking bets, the camp gathers round the tent where she's taking a shower, the side flap is pulled up and voila. Although there are no real stars in the movie, Canadian actor D onald Sutherland ap- pears as a dumpy gangly sur- geon who couldn't a tux- edo without making it look like overalls. Elliott Gould (of Bob and Carol and Ted and as his side-kick, is jnly slightly neater than Sutherland in that his pants haven't been hacked off at the knees. M.A.S.H. .doesn't miss taking a poke at much of anything from the Star Spangled Banner to incompetent officers but it does get heavy-handed and tasteless at times. A take-off of the Last Supper is clever but u n ne ce s s a r y. Some of the satire falls flat. But it's an intriguing movie and very funny at times. JTEEVEE: The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation gave us three hours on the Quebec election Wednesday, and it was one of the funniest comedy specials produced on a Cana- dian'network this year. Running on Channel 7, the coverage of the Liberals' land- slide win in the provincial elec- tion, featured a cast of what seemed like hundreds of CBC pontiffs, garbled voices and some strange camera work. The main desk in Montreal was anchored by Norman De- Foe, Canada's walking com- mercial for the current anti- cigarette campaign. Mr. DePoo whose voice resembles a bag- pipe without the heat, at one point reached for a cigarette, locked away from the camera, then put the cigarette down. (Has the CBC taken the A camera followed Liberal leader Bourassa's entrance to his campaign headquarters. When he disappeared through doorway, we were treated to the sight of newspaper camera men taking pictures of the crowd, and the TV camera too it seemed. Interviewers kept cutting into other interviewers' sage re- marks. At one point a girl walk- ed across the back screen be- hind the Montreal desk set. Who she was nobody knows. And then, for me, there was the clincher, in which some one described us non-Quebeckers as "Toronto and the rest of Can- ada." But the major beef is that after all the talking was done, the media TV, radio and newspapers led us dwn the garden path about the elec- tion. Although analysts had prophe- sied the Liberals would win, and the percentage of votes was close to estimates, the pro- gram suggested there are more federalists in Quebec than we supposed. This is not to say the elec- tion indicates a demise of the separatists Parti Quebecois. But lie few shots of the Liberal headquarters stowed us Quebec residents who want con- federation to remain and saying so in French. The program seems to under- line the feeling so many west- erners have that the east sees the west only as a problem area not as a place where peo- ple live. Every time the CBC, or the GTV, wants to reveal Quebec to us, we seem to get (at least, we used to) separatists or dyed- in-the-wool, English speaking federalists. Symphony Boss Quits His Post WINNIPEG (CP) George Wolfgang Cleve has resigned his post as conductor and mu- sical director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for "per sonal reasons." The resignation was an- nounced in a statement issued by the symphony's board of di- rectors. Mr. Cleve, 34, had held the post for two years. Today's Showtimes Friday Coogan's Torn Last complete Saturday MATINEE The Drag Coogan's Torn complete PARAMOUNT Friday Short Last complete Saturday Short Last complete PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturday Molly Short Last complete COLLEGE MAIL CINEMA Friday Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Short Last complete Saturday Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Short Last complete GREEN ACRES Friday and Saturday Southern Before Winter Comes: One complete SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER" in technicolor, starring John Wayne, Dean Martin and Martha Hyer. Friday and Saturday, May 1 and 2. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MUK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "PETER PAN" in technicolor plus "THE HORSE WITH THE FLYING TAIL" in technicolor. Pri- day and Saturday, May 1 and 2. Friday show at p.m. Family. BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" in techni- colur. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 1, 2 and 3. Friday and Saturday shows at p.m. Sunday at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE SECRET OF SANTA VITTORIA" in teclmicolor, starring Anthony Quinn and Virna Lisi. Friday and Sat- urday, May 1 and 2. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. "THE Blfi MOUTH" starring Jerry Lewis and Susan Bay. In color. TABER Tower Theatre "THE UNDEFEATED" in color, starring John Wayne and Rock Hudson. Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tues- day, May 1, 2, 4 and 5. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. Get Out of Life the Family to a We seldom get a sense of the ordinary Quebec citizen, wlmt he does for a living, how he feels about the Queen, or Can- ada or the west. And the same picture of the west is pushed out by, particu- larly, television. The west is a place of: I. a wheat surplus, 2. dumb fanners, 3. mining of- fences. We're not a complex soc- iety; we're just a pain in the nation's nsck. If the CBC wants to follow its mandate that of mirror- ing the country to itself it would do well to get out of Tor- onto's inner-group pubs, and Montreal's too, and seek out the mechanic, the farmer, the professor, the businessman. Westerners then might be sur- prised to find that the basis of their increasingly separatist feelings have roots in close to the same issues as do Que- bec's separatism. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB POLISH HALL 13th Street N. Friday, May 1, 9 p.m.-l a.m. Music by LONGACRES ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Phone 327-1448 A meeting of all persons interested in par- ticipating in the cast or backstage for the fall production of MY FAIR LADY Will be held in the Yates Centre lounge on Sunday, May 3rd at p.m. JAPANESE MOVIES WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, MAY 3rd--2 p.m. PARAMOUNT CINEMA THEATRE DOUBLE FEATURE-MODERN FILMS IN COLOR "RYO NO WAKA TAISHO" (TOHO FILM CO.) "DAI KAMBU" (NIKATSU FILM COO LAST SHOW TILL NEXT FALL EVERYONE WELCOME Sponsored By The Taber Buddhist Church SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT .P.M. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT P.M. ON THE SCREEN THE LION7 COLOR THE LION COLOR WILLIAM HOLDEN PAMELA TIFFEN PLUS 40 MINUTES OF CARTOONS ALL SEATS G.IIHVC.E, DRIVE-IN lONCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I TONIGHT and SATURDAY j A RARE BLENDj OF PICTURE! GATES OPEN P.M. li, SHOW STARTS f' P.M. DAVID NIVEN TOPOL JOHN HURT ADULT SECOND FEATURE Meanwhile, back In the jungle... GEORGE SEGAL URSULAANDRESS ORSON ILIES _ TODAY and SAT. ADULT CLINT GIVES NEW YORK 24 HOVKS...TO GET OUT OF TOWN! CLIHT E3STWOOD Bluff" IN COLOR-A UNIVERSAL PICTURE SAT. THIS PROGRAM STARTS AT APPROX. P.M. SECOND FEATURE nEUimn IT TEARS YOU APART WITH SUSPENSE! J TEGHniCOLOr A UNIVERSAL PICTURE OLLEGE, COLLEGE MAIL 328-6300 TONIGHT and SAT. HERE IT IS THE PICTURE THAT WON THE ACADEMY AWARD FOR "MAGGIE SMITH" AS "BEST ACTRESS" "BIG...EXTRAORDINARY... SIMPLY GREAT... Maggie Smith's performance is staggering." ,N.Y.rmn cfNoma TONIGHT thru WED. SEAN CONNER! RICHARD HAHBIS ADULT SAMANTHAEGGAR THE MOLLY MAGUIRES WOK SIKH B luaiisirmiiioiur COMING NEXT 'ZABRISKIE POINT" NOW SHOWiNG TONIGHT AT AND P.M. 0 "Without a doubt the funniest service comedy I have ever seen." -Judith Crist, NBC-TV RESTRICTED ADULT MATINEE SATURDAY at p.m. continuous Warning: This film contains sequence! of Gory Surgical operations. 20lh Century-fa presents __ 10 An Ingo Pieminger Pioduclion 5 DONALD SUTHERLAND Q ELLIOTT GOULD -TOM SKERRITT Color by ;