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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta frtrlny, May 17. W? 'HE UIHBRIDGf HIRAIP FIllDAY MYSTHJIY MOVIR: Columho, p.m., Ch. 7. An art critic with ii talent fur murder and the rumpled detective tries to spring a leak in an airtight alibi. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tlic Impatient 8 p.m., Ch. Kl. A social worker with problems of her own. She finds there's a man she can't motivate and he's the one sho loves. SPECIAL: National Parks, p.m., Ch. 7. What should a visitor look for in a national park? Many of the questions people ask will be answered in this speical pro- duced with the co-operation of tiie officials of Waterton Lakes National Park. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Soulhem p.m., Ch. 7. A story about gem hunting in Africa. MOVIK SJKAMA: "Zurna the 12 midnight, t'h. i3. This film tells of a lusty, warm-hearted peasant on the island of Crete. SATURDAY SPORT: Hockey Special, 1 p.m., Ch. 1. Memorial Cup final between Peterborough Petes and Cornwall Royals which was played last Sunday in Ottawa. SPOUT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 8. The Atlantic Braves meet the Giants at San Francisco. SPOUT: Lacrosse, 2 p.m., CIi. 13. The Nanlon Haiders play Calgary Tri-Korth at Calgary's Glenmore Arena. SPORT: Horse Racing, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. The 97t.ll running of the Preakness from Baltimore's Pmilico Race Track. With purse it is the richest race in the Triple Crown. SPORT: Wile World of Sports. p.m., Cli. !3. Final singles match lor the World Championship Tennis crown from Dallas. The Ifidy 500 lime trials for berths in the Mem- orial Day Classic will also be seen. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs Cra Ililod by the radio and lehvliien itattoiu. Any variation In program it la Iftrt-. minuW change; by itatloni arid Ii net rtipon- ttblllty of Herald or Ansis Distributor. Stereo and HraMgrapMe Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave Kina Jack Paul Tessier FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker Request Lino John Charles CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bury! ClarK NBWB News, Jack Oliver JacK Neufcld CJOC a.m. Doug Wayne Barry son Shew News Wayne Barry SATURDAY SDCCer News Sports News, Wthr, Sports News CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour THRU 5AT. D" Hed Don MscMaifcr SiOQ Don MaeMasfer Sign Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run World al Six As It Happens The Entertains. NEWS From tho Capitals Ccrrcspcnts Five Niohts a Week Not" Solo Team Bringing Back the This Country Future Our Native Lnnd SATURDAY Bundola's Pande- Eye Opener monlum Morning Concert Family Opera Time :03 The Scene International Top 6'.10 Identities CLCC if CLCC Broadcasts over Coblevrsion Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Oberg John Malakoff Summer Time is NY TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS cud Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6J !n The Family Firftwll (c) W.SiVron Park Marine Boy U) Now; (c) Deal 7 r Southern SATURDA Spiclnrman Beatle 1 :f Sptdflt (c) 3: CO The Preak Tennis (d J: 00 World cf Man (c) Klahanle (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Underdog Batman Red Fisher Soc-rls Dicirr.! GrrrjV. 1 :tt) WresViina ic) SATURDAY jiS Wdr'vvoriri of Thcutjlif for Day Sports (t) Rocky find Friontli Ntws KRTV Grodf Foils Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY 10-00 7tie Monkr-ns ArR GlDhftlrBMcrs [c.) Film News (f.) Movie; Binrk Noon Ail In thn P.imlly Fesl lc' 7 V, jht (O Ne and Pussycats Hee KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY News (f.) New; Movif: tho Women SATURDAY News Slock Jorry Lowls C-'M Runner 7-ni> linkV f'h.intor 0 Cm iosily Shop ft Jrmny (Jutsl rd Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller Games Once Upon Whfol TRA American Atlvcntura Golf (f) Wide Wold Ot .Sports (f) Alias Smith and (c) Joan NTERTAINMENT YE Mnrtr; wo; iv CHINA I HO.MK (lU-nten -China dticuil ;j nrurd crop uf mi 1 lion Ions of raw, umnillcd vie in HJ7I, says fin L'stimate by tli United Nations Food ami Agr cullurc Organization. "HOSEA" Saturday, May 27 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE Passport Photos Candid WuJdlngi Piclur. Framing Photo Svpplto A. E. CROSS STUDIO 321-0111 710 3rd S. Ptene 32WHM 'THE next edition of the Bible of Show Biz Variety, will probably feature the headline, Tops Wind and Music." The reference is not religi- ous, merely varietese for the blockbusting take of The God- father which is headed to pass such all-time grossers as Gone Wtih the Wind and Sound of Music. Mario Puzo's sprawling gang- land novel already had a pre- sold audience (over eight mil- lion copies) and was a natur- al for transference to the screen. However, such a metamor- I phosis is not without tribulation i for the writer, and in The God- father Papers anil Other Con- fessions which Putnam has rushed into print, Puzo, hav- ing mixed with the Mafia, now confronts the moguls. The chapter. "The Making of the Godfather" runs 33 pages and properly belongs in a slick magazine but not quite, for it makes a handy "facts of life" reference for the ambi- tious writer. In Hollywood, the writer rates low in the pecking order and only Dorothy Parker, in a classic note to Irving Thalberg (unprintable here) was ever known to "best the boss." But Puzo in Hollyw o o d makes entertaining reading. It's goodly gossip to learn that Robert Rcdford was suggested for the role of Michael, the food at Chasen's is lousy. Rod Stei- ger wanted to play Michael, Sinatra, sensitive about the character of Johnny Fontanne pointedly cut Puzo then gave him a tongue lashing, Al Pacino tested for Michael and was ter- rible, Puzo suggested Brando for Don Vito, James Caan test- ed for Sonny, Hagen AND Michael, was great yet almost didn't get a part and that Al Pacino finally played Michael and is totally terrific. More to the point is the fact that in fifteen years Mario Puzo wrote two books, The Dark Arena and The Fortunate I'll- grim which netted him a mag- nificent Both were better books according to the auttior who, while admitting he likes the energy of The Godfather, feels he wrote below his gifts. In the hole to the tune of Puzo never doubted he could write a best-selling com- mercial novel, but after thirty years as a writer he felt he'd never be able to write another novel if the next one was not a success. Well, the next one t h a t best-selling commercial novel was The Godfather, written entirely from research and what a success! It has earned more than Si million and was sold to Para- mount for a option against with escalators if they exercised the option. One feels that in all this, Puzo the Pragmatisl is having a sly chuckle at Puzo the Poet, and so much for The Godfather Papers. In the. "other confessions." mostly previously published magazine pieces, Puzo, a con- firmed gambler offers a win- ning formula for Vegas Black- jack, blasts Norman Mailer, in- troduces a great character in Solly Rags and includes an ex- quisite short story First Sim- i days in Exile. I Readers should enjoy too his George Mandel "Plate in the Head" stories and their "cock a snoot" at circumstances phil- osophy. They express much of Puzo who, when the financial well hits low water will probably be seduced into writing The Son of the Godfather, The Re- turn of the Godfather. The God- father and the Valachi Papers and The Ghost of the Godfather (starring, by that time, Vin- cent Win or lose Mario Puzo will always be an able craftsman and, as evinced in part in The Godfather Papers and Other IIO-HU.M: The Emmy Awards telecast last Sunday was the ul- timate in television tedium. Johnny Carson was stale and obviously miffed at Dick Ca- vett's talk show award, but he did pull one great ad lib when alter the Johnny Mann jingois- outstanding band" awards at the Canadian Band Director's Association Festival. SINGALONG: The Irish Hov- ers, who came together seven l years ago in Calgary and have made a big hit on American j television and with their own CBC-TV half-hour will be at the j Confessions, a sensitive and Yates Sunday. Reports from fine writer. out of town say their on-stage appearance is relaxed, inform- al and first-rate. And at the Legion the same easy good en- tertainment will be offered b.v Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink, booked in for the week. Calendar: Tonight Bye Bye Birdie; Saturday Baton Twirling Champions; tic jingles lie'commented: "War i ltovers; Wednesday Bonds will sold in the Lu ng Concert. Loyal Order of Moose SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, MAY 20th, 9 p.m. MOOSE HAIL Music by VERA SINCLAIR FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS I lobby." After two hours. 15 j minutes and JO commercials, it was understandable that one winner should refer to his need to answer the call of nature, j Frank Gorshin, so often superb, was completely lost and every-j one was upstaged by the! Chimp. The Medical Montage was sickening in its opening, then 1 grew outrageously if shameful- i ly funny, but it surely was not necessary to comment on how i clever the editors had been j since they arc supposed to be at the top of the television I tree and, after all, that is their job. In the plethora of plati- tudes the British contingent was mercifully brief, leading one to hope that the next; I awards, having failed X e w I York. Los Angeles and Holly- j wood be telecast from London, i Technically the show was a! mess awards-wise it was sur-; prising that the best actor (drama series) went to Peter Falk, whose Columbo is stock- i Method, and not to Keith Mich-; el, whose Henry is a fantastic study of character develop- ment. Also, I wonder why Duel, stan'ing Dennis Weaver, t h e best of the Made-for-television movies (outside of Brian's Song) was not nominated? ON A HAPPIER XOTE: i Congratulations from this corn- er to: Anne Campbell and all her girls for cutting a wide musical swath at the Provin- cial Masic Festival Pianist Jeffrey Caiman, winner of the Young Artist's Competition at Spokane Albert Azzara, best supporting actor at the Provincial High School Drama Festival and set designers Terry Thorn and Garry Shilli- rtay who picked up the award for the best visual presentation To Linda Johnson and Frank Huszar of the "Midsum- I mer" cast, the first for her ex- cellent understanding of the verse, the latter for his out- standing concentration in his role The Erie Rivers High i School Band and their dij-cc- j tor Charles Hemlriekson, for' their "best of class" and "Most i THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI Toiifgyii Showtimes PAKA.MOU.NT Friday "The Godfather" Last Complete Show Saturday The Godfather" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short'Subjects "On the Buses'1 Last Cormlcfe Slow COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "The Ten Commandments" Ons Complete Show Saturday "The Ten Commandments" Last Complete Show OREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Aristocats" "Wild Country" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In LOUNGE SONGS BY: "LIZ EUOTT" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DINING ROOM is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 4 p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB HALL 9th Avenue and 6th Streel North MAY DANCE Music by JACK BLECH SAT., MAY 20th at MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME MM flLBffiffl MflTRES MOVIti YOU HKS BSST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In Color. Starring Mark lister. Friday and Saltirday. May 19 and 20. Friday shows at r.nd p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre COMMANDMENTS" In Color. Starring (Thai-lion Ifosfim and Yu! Brynncr. Friday ami Saturday. May 111 and 20. Friday one show only at p.m. Fam- ily. One show only each night. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Wall Disney's "LADY AND TIIE TRAMP" In Tcclmi- rolor. It's a doggone wonderful world. Friday and Satur- day, May 19 and 20. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Disney's "SCANDALOUS .10HX" In Technicolor. Starring Brian Keith and Alfonso Araii. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 19, 20 and 21. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "STRAW DOGS" In Color. Starring Dustin Hoffman. Friday nnd Saturday, May and 20. Friday shows at and p.m. Ke.Mri'eled adiilf. Special Saturday Matinee May 20 at p.m. "AFRI- CAN In Color. Family. TABER Tower Theatra "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Cainc. Fri- day and Saturday matinee May and 20. Friday shows al and a.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. MARQUIS CABARET PRESENTS "VIBRATIONS 72" THURS.-FRI.-SAT. THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE LADIES Fully Licensed p.m. to J a.m. will be entertain ing in the "RED COACH LOUNGE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -w-v LABOR f Ik CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT (N THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 4 NOW SHOWING ADULT TONSTE and SAT. At p.m. Only ONfc SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF THE GREATEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT OF fill TifiSE! t HESTON-BRYNNER-BAXTER-ROBINSON DECARLO-PAGET DEREK HAPDttlCKE FdCH InTT ANDERSON-PRICE 1 SHOWS SATURDAY 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. SHOWING TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. SHOWING FOR TWO WEEKS! Matinee Sar., Sun. and Mon. _ All Seats 52.25 Evenings at 8 p.m. All Seals Passes and Gold Age cards not valid for this ihow NOTE: SATURDAY and MONDAY 3 SHOWS At 2 P.M. P.M. and P.M. SUNDAY 2 SHOWS ONLY At 2 P.M. and P.M. PHOHE 71100 nnlire iu KEEN ACRES PKI Vt- IN TONIGHT ond SATURDAY BIG DISNEY FEATURES Get with the cats who know where it's at for fun, music and adventure! SECOND FEATURE Tney stood tofjether to claim a dream! WALT DISNEYrnom TECHNICOLOR' F GATES OPEN AT ONE COMPLETE" SHOW AT P.M. KIDS THIS Program 50c Adults ;