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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Moy 1972 THE LETHSRIDGB HERALD _ 9 Former Beatle gets haircut LONDON (Router) George Harrison who as n memher of Hie Beatles 10 years ago helped bring long hair into fashion, now sports R close-cropped haircut. Accompanying him nt London 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 nt the back, they were leaving London nir- port for Nice to see a charily film in aid of. Bangladesh. ITV HIGHLIGHTS; 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. 111. The story of n police lieutenant who follows a hunch that leads to a mys- tery complete with vanisliing corpse. PUULIU AFFAIRS: Lcthliridgc '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 effecls provide the thrills. MUSICAL BIOGRAPHY: "Tlie Jolson 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. The singing voice of Al Jolson is heard in this chronicle of Jolson's life from boyhood to liis 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. 8. Boston Red Sox meet the Athletics at Oakland. SPORT: Wide World ol Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Auto racing and wrestling are featured with taped highlights from both. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pregroml lilted by Iht radio and lelevidon ilotloni. Any variation In program' ichedult due la bit- changei by the Italians and U not Ihe reipon- ilbllity of, the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo end Photographic Centra. CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT 3.00 Dave King Barry Hcgland JacH NewlclcJ FRIDAY NIGHl" World ai John Walker Rcgucst John Charlei News News, Sporll Dave King Paul Tessier CHEC-FM SATURDAY Buryl Clark CJOC if n.m. Doug Wayne son Show News :30 Wayne I Soccer News Scoria Newb, Wlhr, Spsrls News SATURDAY Vr CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOW. THRU SAT. Concerts (Bob Don Hodman Don MncMaster MacMaslcr Si9n CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT 11-00 Home Run Brinqlnn Dat World al Six r-ulurc" As II Happens SATURDAY B 03 The Entertainers Eye Opener News B.GI Morning Cnnccrf Family Fav Frcm the Capitals Ccrrcspenls 2'03 Opera Timi Five Nlghls a Week Notice Board The Scene 10-30 Aflanlic Symphony Inlernalional Top 4.10 ItlenlMies Team k This Counlry Our Nalive Lend Bundola's Pande- irllri ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! SONY TRINITRON IS The World's Besf Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and PboloQiaphic Cenlel i'h if- i- Phone 328-6927 CJOC-TV Channel 7 [Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY 5.0U Trulh nr Bcallo Bailey Fireball (cf Marino Boy U) CFCN-TV LGlhbritlcjc Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. A) 11 .'.S IhiiLinhl In JO Rnrky .ind Friends 11.00 V.'ifir; WoMd Spnrls (c) Ncns KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) T-RIDAY SATURDAY 1 111) Monkecs 1 Nk...... iVOO O'llflrfl GlohdroMns H :M Chitflirn's Film 7.00 Movir: Murrjrr it, In tnr Hews U) rr''' OFKC Rrr-mivnl ll.ni Rrw (lunch All In "in Kimily In Ihn News TOO Niqhl Gnllcry Pchhlrs Onwicr is My News (D Tnnlqhl Sho ,in Arr.hii o-pt.1 Snlniiir! ji.ao Nnws c.ld JOM> iind fKl Hoc Mnw KFBB-TVGicnt Falls Chnnncl 5 (Cablevision Ch. U) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Movip: Mnvio: LoM Conllnrnl SATURDAY Hi-ws .Irrry l.cwli i Wnni Runnt TO I unky Pli.inlom Id On N 10..10 r 10-10 Lnncrlol Link American MiindsMnd Roller Gomes Golf 3 00 American Advonluri H'.'O Onll (rl U) V.'uic Wdltl of :.r.oiH (r) J-.iO Ali.i-i flnd .Innri (c) Joan Water field NTERTAINMEJNT LYE farcical "b i g blighted by Ineptitude and circumst a n c e has provided many a classic movie moment. Molina Mercouri and Peter Ustinov had a fair go in Top- kapi, Peter O'Toolc and Audrey Hepburn did some pretty pinch- ing in How to Steal a Million, and Alec Guinesp did a defini- tive job in the Lavender Hill Mob. The latest in Hie genre Hot Hock has been advertised as "the first fun picture of the and since the year to date lias been singularly hu- morless, the point need not be debated. However. "Rock" bypasses a prime requirement of this type of film; that the audience he 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. Rohert Hertford and George Segal are not quite at ease in the gambol; Ron Leibman and Paul Sand are better served; Zero Mostcl is, as usual, too much larger than life. Stil] in a thin season for prat- falls, the antics of Hot Rock offer welcome relief, and while if is unbelievable that Hedlord, sprung from a strelch "up the river" should walk the streeLs of New York with nary n glance at a pretty girl, the helicopter sequence rollicking tower-lop 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 Lessons." Director PeLcr YaLes avers ho doesn't dig the original tit Ic either, but Isn't too thrilled by the 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 hack. This, the 24th of the series, may be brighter and lighter, at least they've managed to land .lack Lord on the mainland to type present an award. 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 Lcachmann, 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 (Rhocla on the M. T. M. Show) and Sally Slrulhcrs (All in Ihe In the inlcrustiiin mn- mcnls have relieved the award? tedium as when Barbara Bain, accepting her Emmy, tongije- lashed the producers of Mission Impossible. And il is always an anomaly when an actor (example Wil- liam Windom. My World and Welcome to Tt) wins an award but has had his series shot from under Jiim by less than-super ratings. Peter Falk and liis series have both been nominated and you'll see (Columbo fashion) the quizzical look Emmys 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- Lou Grant, radio station boss on the M.T. Moore Show. once again at Ihe Saskatche- wan Dance Festival and will study at Banff later this year. and it's welcome back to top writer Sheila Kyan who has i rejoined the copy department i of CJOC Radio. Husband Ed, I porting actor (comedy) for his former popular DJ, teaches no' at Kate Andrews High School and contributes his ideas on ucalion to the editorial page of IN THE BUFF: In SUid old ThC lJerM' Boston a stripper was found not SS ui- Helping Hands Across (lie 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 bultoned-down Frank McGee replied, "Joe, you're not bald, it's just that your hair is in a slump." PKRSONALS: Ceiick Vrha, member of the first violinist section of the Toronto S y m- phony wed Fuji Sakuma at the Temple in Cardslon April 29 It's wedding hells June 17 for Merry Jo Hahn and Brock Smith (both of the Stratusfac- tle got his first American net- 1 work spot hack in the early I 1960s on the Judy Garland Show through the good offices of friends of Canadian TV days, Frank Peppiall and John Aylcs- worlb. Now the producing team is pushing for Little as second banana the Julie Andrews Jerry Pokarney, musical director for Bye, Bye Birdie, will be on staff for the Provincial Music Workshops at Camrose this summer young Carol JoUffe triumphed THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! r r LABOR CLCB CORNER 2nd AVE. nnd 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday "ACES HIGH" Saturday "MINT JULEPS" Members and Invited Guests! Wheat board alters system for delivery permit books 4 WINNIPEG (CP) Applica- tions for delivery permit books will be mailed directly to pro- ducers for the first Lime tliis year with their name, address and land information pre- printed on the form, the Cana- dian wheat board announced today. Mailing of Uie 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 producers. Producers may complete their own applications and have them imprinted by their eleva- tor manager in order to obtain a permit hook for delivering grain in the new crop year starts on Aug. 1, 1972. The change to a system using a pre-jirinted application is to allow producers and elevator managers lo complete the rest of the application in less time than usual because many of the details are already filled iu. Where changes are necessary they will be noted by Ihe farm- er and a new application will (lien be complelecl by the eleva- tor manager. Sending the per- sonal application lo each pro- ducer allows Mm to check the accuracy of the legal descrip- tion of liis land against his mu- nicipal lax receipts. A guide hook is lo be mailed to producers along will) the ap- plications in Juno to help them complete the applications in a step-by-slep basis. Full instruc- tions and a supply of applica- tion blanks will also be going out lo grain handling com- panies and their elevator man- agers at the same Lime. No assessment TABEE HNS) A shortage municipal assessors has re- sulted in a delay in the septen- nial general assessment of the I Taljcr MD due lliis year. An order from tlie minister of municipal affairs lias author- iz.cd Hie1 MB to pass a bylaw rxlendiiiR (lie seven year perio'l i for another year and to adopl Ihe 1972 assessment as a basis for 1973 taxation. Tlie necessary bylaw will be passed in August. SOUTHERN ALBERT, THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TIIF, ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In Color. Slnrritis David Wayne, .lames fll.son ;uul Kale Heifl. Friday and .Satur- day. May 12 and is. Friday shows al and p.m. Ulalincc Salui'day al. p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "AiVGKL UNCIIAIMCD" In Color. Slurring Don Slroud. Lnkc Askew and Aldo Ray. I'riday and Salurday, May 12 nnd 13. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre 'TLAXA SUITH" In Color. SliirriiiR Waller llallhan. Friday, Salinxlay and Simdiiy, May 12, and 1-1. Friday slioiv nt p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Hoherl Louis Stevenson's "KIDNAPPED" In Color. .Slnrrinfj Michael Cainc. Friday and Saturday, May 12 nnd 13. Friday shows al and p.m. Matinee Saturday al p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THKY MIGHT UK GLUTS" In Color. SlarrinR C. Kcoll and .loanno Woodward, Friday, May 12. Shows al and p.m. Adult.. today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and .Saturday SliorfSubjecLs "Killing TaTRK" Lnsl Complete Show Salnnliiy Alnlinco "Son of Lassie" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINKMA I'Yiduy nnd Siilnrdny Start Subjects 7.10. "The Carey Trcalmcnl'1 Uisl Complete Show 3.25 COU.HGE CINUJ1A I'riday nnd Saturday "Swedish Fly Girls" Lnsl Complete Sliow ft.l.i Saturday jMatincc "Son of Lassie" Lasl Complete Show fiHKE.V ACIiRS I'riday and Saliirdny "Adios Snhnlii" llvonk" One Complete Slxiw APPEARING NIGHTLY In The "AZTEC" Lounge Al Ths EL RANCKO WM. JAMES ROGERS Slnr of TV ond Rodio, recenl- ly returned from Cross Can- ocfn Tour wilh "Ann Murray." Passport Photos Candid Wtddlngi Pictvw Framing Photo liippIlM A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd Avt. S Phom 3J8-6JM MARQUIS CABARET Duo la prior commitmenl there he NO CABARET this weekend in the Grenadier Re-am will be enlertainmg in the 'RED COACH LOUNGE' COME AND ENJOY THIS EXTREMELY FINE ENTERTAINER THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY PHONE Tiled ft DIU E I Ml GHEE NACRES D KIV E -1N i TONIGHT and SATURDAY 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 Alls Centre gallery features an ex- hibition of fabrics, the work of students at the Alberta College of Art. On show are wall hang- ings, batik, block j printing. Exhibition is open from 10 a.m. lo 10 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, but check the evening showings by call- ing in case a meeting i is scheduled tor the gallery. I i CALENDAR: Tonight To-! morrow Midsummer Night's Dream: Sunday Senior-Jun- ior High School Art Show; Tues- day, R.M.T. Junior Recital; Tuesday lo Friday Bye Bye Birdie; Wednesday Hamilton Variety Night. (nllBERTOGRKLDl g SECOND GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT P.M. SATURDAY MATiNEE P.M. ONLY COLLEGE SATURDAY MATINEES Al TOO and p.r SUNDAY At p.m. Only HER SCRAPPY PUP BECOMES A FAMOUS HERO! METRMOLDWTN MAYER reomra PEIER LAWFOKD DONALD CRISP KHART NIGELBRUCE FAMILY TECHNICOLOR RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. A woman is his No cage can hold his lust for revenge. SITT5NG RESTRICTED ADULT BllfU TOVF JUiAN HUfiiEY INGCf? S7fNDfR Gril and the AIR HOSTESSES FROM COPENHAGEN TONIGHT and SAT. AT AND P.M. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT and SAT. AT nnd P.M. It's called THE CAREY TREATMENT PANAVISION' MC1KOCOLOH ;