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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Former Beatle gets haircut LONDON (Rculer) George Harrison who as a member of the Beatles 10 years ago helped bring long hair into fashion, a dose-cropped Accompanying him at London now sports haircut. airport was the pop group's for- mer drummer, Hingo Starr, who was wearing the "greaser look" short on top swept up at the sides and down at the back, they were leaving London air- port for Nice to see a charity film in aid of Bangladesh. ITV HIGHUGHTSi FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 7. The mystery centres on attempts to steal a fabulous neck- lace with a flurry of chase sequences. MOVIE DRAMA: 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of H police lieutenant who follows a hunch that leads to a mys- tery complete with vanishing corpse. PUBUC AFFAIRS: Lethbridgc '72. p.m., Ch. 7. This is the final show in the series and host, City Manager Tom Nutting, looks at what type of involvement the city is committed to on the West Lethbridge development and the outlook for the future. MOVIE THRILLER: "The Lost Ch. II. Bizarre sets, mechanical monsters and special effects provide the thrills. MUSICAL BIOGRAPHY: "The Jolson 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. The singing voice of Al Jolson is heard in this chronicle of Jolson's life from boyhood to lu's days as a star of Broadway and Hollywood. SATURDAY SPORT: Davis Cup Tennis, 12 noon, Ch. 7. Canada vs. Mexico in the men's doubles competition of the quarler finals. Live from Vancouver. SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. Boston Red Sox meet the Athletics at Oakland. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Auto racing and wrestling are featured with taped highlights from both. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! Crt by the radio and television ilotiont. Any variation In program' ichedult U due to lait- minute chcmgei by the Italians and It not the respon- sibility of. the Herald or Angle Dittribulori Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King fi.-OO Barry Hcglsnd Jack Newlcld FRIDAY NIGHY World at six John Walker Request Lin? John Charles CHEC-FM SATURDAY Buryl Clark ir CJOC News News, Sporfs Dave King Paul Tessier saruRwv News Sports Wthr, Sports News Vr CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Concerfs (Bob Don Hcdman FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run World at Six As It Happens The Entertainer: New Concerts (Bob Don MacMastcr CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Futui SATURDAY Eye Opener E 01 Morning Concert From the Capitals Correspents Five Nights a Week Notice Board Atlantic Symphony International Top Solo Team Brinqina Back This Country Our Nalive Land Bundola's Pande- Family Favorllei Opera Time The Scene Identifies ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! TRINITRON The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and PholoQiaplilc Cenlel 419 5th M. i. Phone 328-6921 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cctblevision Ch. 6) Beatle Bailey Fireball (c) Marine Boy (c) adly Affair SATURDAY Tennis Sports week Wrestling World of Man .1 .10 lanlvmip M .S.OO Bug-. Bunny CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. 4) 11 ii.- n vi II RrtJ I I'hPF i.i KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevislon Ch. 9) FRIDAY News Ul 00 O'Hflffl K 1 00 Movie: Mu'rii Once RrniDVf Ihfi Monkccs You Aro Thn syrnh .'.00 Moo Mnw KFBB-TVGicnt Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. II) FRIDAY Password News (c) Mows A: 3D Movio: Movio: Continent SATURDAY News Jmy l.CWls Lnncflot Link American [lands land Roller Games Golt American Adventuri 3-.10 Goll (c) rf Joan Water field E NTERTAINMENT LYE Friday, May 12, W2 THE LETHBRID6B HERALD 9 Passport Photos Candid WxUjngi Picture framing Phale SuppIlM A. E. CROSS STUDIO MIOM 710 3rd Avt. S. Phom 318-6122 PHE farcical "big blighted by Ineptitude and circumstance has provided many a classic movie moment. Melina Mcrcouri and Peter Ustinov had a fair go in Top- kapi, Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn did some pretty pinch- tag in How to Steal a Million, and Alec Guiness did a defini- tive job in the Lavender Hill Mob. The latest in the genre Hot Hock lias been advertised as "the first fun picture of the and since the year to date has been singularly hu- morless, the point need not be debated. However. "Rock" bypasses a Director Peter Yates avers ho doesn't dig the original t it 1 e either, but isn't too thrilled by Uie substitute. AND THE WINNER IS: Sun- day, the Emmy Awards of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will be telecast from the Hollywood Palladium with Johnny Carson as host. The Emmy show has often provided somewhat unappetiz- ing television fare bouncing awkwardly from California to New York and back. This, the 24th of the series, may be brighter and tighter, at least they've managed to land .lack Lord on the mainland to prime requirement of this type present an award. of film; that the audience be supplied with just the right bal- ance of laughter and tension and compromises the caper with unnecessary violence in the fiery distraction at the museum, the blackmail beating at the warehouse. Robert Rcdford and George Segal are not quite at ease in the gambol; Hon Leibman and Paul Sand are better served; Zero Mostel is, as usual, too much larger than life. Still in a thin season for prat- falls, the antics of Hot Rock offer welcome relief, and while it, is unbelievable that Kedford, sprung from a stretch "up the river" should walk the streets of New York with nary a glance at a pretty girl, the helicopter sequence rollicking tower-top over the big city skyline is well worth the price of admission. On Variety's chart of top- grossing films "Rock" is sit- ting in twelfth spot and on its first weekend out in Paris pull- ed in To avoid confu- sion the movie has been re- titled for British audiences as "How to Steal a Diamond in Four Uneasy Lcssoas." scratch head on Channel 7 pull ear at... pause eight look at watch, shake it, lift to ear o'clock exit! But I'll be well-satisfied If Ed Asner wins the best sup- porting actor (comedy) for his Lou Grant, radio station boss' on the M.T. Moore Show. IN THE BUFF: In staid old Boston a stripper was found not once again at the Saskatche- wan Dance Festival and will study at Banff later this year. and it's welcome back to top writer Sheila Ryan who has I rejoined the copy department j of CJOC Radio. Husband Ed, I former popular DJ, teaches now at Kate Andrews High School and contributes his ideas on ed- ucation to the editorial page of The Herald. i Helping Hands Across (lie COME AND ENJOY THIS EXTREMEtY FINE ENTERTAINER THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MARQUIS CABARET Duo to prior commitment there will he NO CABARET (his weekend in the Grenadier Room -K1A'' will be entertaining in the 'RED COACH LOUNGE' .1 111' IHIIK Ifillllh lllc guilty of con ributmg to an im- j Rich Lit. 1 .SilL ,1 tie got his first American net- Other presenters will include Lawrence Welk bubbling again since his show went into syndi- Carroll O'Connor (nom- inated best actor in a comedy and Paul Lynde (my favorite Hollywood Cloris Leaclimann, who won an Oscar as best supporting ac- tress (Last Picture Show) is in the same slot for an Emmy for her work on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Her competition this time comes from Valerie Harper (Rhoda on the M. T. M. Show) and Sally Struthers (All in the' PERSONALS: Ccnck Vrha, said her contribution to show biz had a "redeeming quality- it kept her off welfare" in Minneapolis a record shop was evicted for holding its first (and last) nude record sale. More than 40 people turned up and offered to undress in the back shop, walk to the front of the store and claim a free LP and in the area of permissible nudity, Joe Garagiola's head of skin flamed on the Today Show as he denounced Senator Prox- mire and others for their hair transplants and toupees. "Bald is said Joe to which the buttoned-down Frank McGee replied, "Joe, you're not bald, it's just that your hair is in a slump." In Ihc past, interesting mo- mcnls have relieved the awards tedium as when Barbara Bain, accepting her Emmy, tongue- lashed the producers of Mission Impossible. And it is always an anomaly when an actor (example Wil- liam Windom, My World and Welcome to It) wins an award but has had his series shot from under him by less than-super ratings. Peter Falk and Iiis series have both been nominated and you'll see (Columbo fashion) the quizzical look Emmys member of the first violinist section of the Toronto S y m- phony wed Fuji Saknma at the Temple in Cardston April 29 It's wedding bells June 17 for Merry Jo Halm and Brock Smith (both of the Stratusfac- Jerry Pokarncy, musical director for Bye, Bye Birdie, will be on staff for the Provincial Music Workshops at Camrose this summer young Carol JoIHffe triumphed got work spot back in the early 1960s on the Judy Garland Show through the good offices of friends of Canadian TV days, Frank Peppialt and John Ayles- worth. Now the producing team is pushing for Little as second banana on the Julie Andrews i show slated for fall on ABC. If the money's right, Rich will handle a "Harvey Korman" role and if the series clicks will be in the BIG. BIG TIME! AT THE BOWMAN: The Arts Centre gallery features an ex- hibition of fabrics, the work of students at the Alberta College of Art. On show are wall hang- ings, weaving, batik, block j printing. Exhibition is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, but check (he evening showings by call- ing in case a meeting i is scheduled for the gallery. CALENDAR: Tonight To- morrow Midsummer Night's Dream: Sunday Senior-Jun- ior High School Art Show: Tues- day, R.M.T. Junior Recital; Tuesday to Friday Bye Bye Birdie; Wednesday Hamilton Variety Night. ACRES DRIVE-IN TONIGHT and SATURDAY j J SECOND GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT P.M. THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! Wheat board alters system! i for delivery permit books j r LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. nnd 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE GUBROOMS Friday "ACES HIGH" Saturday "MINT JULEPS" Members and Invited Guests! WINNIPEG (CP) Applica- tions for delivery permit books will be mailed directly to pro- ducers for the first time this year with their name, address and land information pre- printed on the form, the Cana- dian wheat board announced today. Mailing of the applications for the 1972-73 crop year will commence in mid-June. Pre- printing of the applications complete with the present pro- ducer information will be han- dled through the wheat board's computer system. More than personal applications will be mailed to producer's. Producers may complete their own applications and have them imprinted by their eleva- tor manager in order to obtain a permit book for delivering grain in the new crop year which starts on Aug. 1, 1972. The change to a system using a pre-printed application is to allow producers and elevator managers to complete the rest of the application in less time than usual because many of the details arc already filled in. Where changes are necessary they will be noted by the farm- er and a new application will then be completed by the eleva- tor manager. Sending the per- sonal application to each pro- ducer allows him to check the accuracy of the legal descrip- tion of his land against his mu- nicipal tax receipts. A guide hook is to be mailed to producers along with the ap- plications in June to help them complete the applications in a step-by-step basis. Full instruc- tions and a supply of applica- tion blanks will also be going out to grain handling com- panies and their elevator man- agers at tile same time. in.mi r THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THK ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In Color. Stamtis David Wayne. .lames Olson aiul Kale field. Friday and Satur- day. May 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Malincc Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "ANGKL TJNCHAINKD" In Color. Starring Don Stroud, Luke Askew and Aldo Ray. Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In Color. SUirriiiR Waller Malllwii. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 12, and 14. Friday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Rohorl. Louis Stevenson's "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Cainc. Friday and Saturday, May 12 and in. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THEY MIGHT HE CilANTS" In Color. SlarrinR C. Scott and .loanne Woodward, Friday, May 12. Shows at and p.m. Adult. No assessment TABEE HNS) A shortage of municipal assessors has re- sulted in a delay in the septen- nial general assessment of the i Taber MD due this year. An order from the minister of municipal affairs has author- ized I ho MD to pass a bylaw extending the seven year period for another year and to adopt the 1972 assessment as a basis for 197S taxation. Tlie necessary bylaw will be passed in August. Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short'Subjects fl'IO "Kitting Last. Complete Show Saturday Matinee "Son of Lassie" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Khort'Suhjects "The Carey Treatment'1 Unst Complete Show fOU.EGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show S.15 Saturday Matinee "Son of Lassie" Last Complete Show CREEK ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Adio's Sahala" "McKem.ic Break" One Complete Slxiw APPEARING NIGHTLY In The "AZTEC" Lounge At Ths EL RANCKO WM. JAMES ROGERS Stnr of TV and Radio, recent- ly relumed from Cross Can- ada Tour with "Ann Murray." SATURDAY MATINEE P.M. ONLY COLLEGE SATURDAY MATINEES At and p.n i SUNDAY I At p.m. Only HER SCRAPPY PUP BECOMES A FAMOUS HERO! MCTROGOLDWTN MAYER PEER LAWFORO DQNMSP JUMELDCKHART NIGEIBRUCE A woman is his No cage can hold his lust for revenge. AT AND P.M RESTRICTED ADUIT BUTE IOVE SUSAN HURIEY INGER SIENDEB DANIEl GEIIN and Ihf AIR HOSTESSES FROM COPENHAGEN ucfff iVJ-i, t.'AM ULC MAM TONIGHT and SAT. AT AND P.M. ADUtT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT and SAT. AT cind P.M. It's called THE CAREY TREATMENT PANAVISION' MC1ROCOLOR ;