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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frl.lny, May 1977 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HEPAIP FlilDAY MYSTHHY MOVIR: Columho, p.m., C'h. 1. An nrt critic witli a talent [or murder and the rumpled delcclive tries to sprint' a leak in an airtight alibi. J10VIK DRAMA: "Tlie Impatient Heart." 8 p.m., C.'ll. 1.1. 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: Niilional Parks, p.m.. C'h. 7. What should n visiloi- look for in a national Many of the questions people ask will be answered in Ihis spcicil pro- duced with the co-operation of tlie officials of Waterton Lakes National Park. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Southern p.m., Cli. 7. A story about gem hunting in Africa. .MOVIE DRAMA: "Xorlia (tic Greek." 12 midnight, Cli. This film tells of a lusty, warm-hearted peasant on the island of Crete. SATURDAY SPORT: Ilockry Special, 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. Memorial Cup final between Peterborough Petes and Cornwall Royals which was played lust Sunday in Ottawa. SPOUT: Baseball, p.m.. Cli. S. The Atlantic Braves meet the Gianis at San Francisco SPOUT: I-acrossr, 2 p.m., Cli. 13. The Nanlon Haiders play Calgary Tri-Korlh at Calgary's Glenmore Arena. SPORT: HOI-SB ItadiiR, p.m., Ch. 7. The 97U) running of flic Freshness from Baltimore's Pimlico Race Track. With purse it is the richest race in the Triple Crown. SPORT: World (if Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Final singles match for the World Championship Tennis crown from Dallas. The Indy 500 time trials for berths in the Mem- orial Day Classic will also be seen. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programi Cra by the radio and Idivlilen itolloni. Any vdrlalloh pngmm li dut la lajl- mlnuU by itallonj arid li not rnpon- of ih. or Anglo Dlftrlbulor, Sana and Photographic FRIDAY NIGHT 3.CO Dave Kmci Jack Nc-ulcid Paul Tessier FRIDAY NIGHT World al Six John Walknr Requesr Linn John Charlts CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY 6 00 Buryl Clark NEWS, Sporti Jack Oliver JacK Neufcld if CJGC a m. Doug Ander- Wayno Berry son Shew News News SoorTs Nefti, Wlhr, Sporls News -A- CHEC FM if Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour THRU SAT. D" Hsdi 6.00 Don MicMflMtr MX) Den' MacWaMtr Sign Olf Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDflV NIGHT Home Run fi-.oo World si six As It Happens B-03 The Enlerlniners News From IhP Capitals Five Nig'ils a Week Allanlic Symphony 11-00 Solo Dringlr Fulurc SATURDAY Eye Opener Team ick the This Counlry U-.03 Our Hative Lund Bundoia'j Pande- ice Board Favorilcj Opera Tirfie The Scene Identities CLCC Broadcast ove Doug Gosscn Dave Carol Sears i-.oa Duane CLCC Coblevision Ch. 7 Monday Ihru Friday Summer Time is NY TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and PkotoQiapliic Centel 419 5th 51. 5. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cnblevision Ch. 6) i Wdtcrl'u'ld E NTERTA1NMENT LYE MCllir. lill.K IN TKJ.MH (Hculcri China pi' dliccd ,i record crop "f HI I mi lion Ions of raw. uninilled vie in 1IJ7I. says .'in estimate by 11 United Nations Food and Agi culture Organization, "HOSEA" Saturday, May 7.7 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE Passport Photos CondW Pldun Framlnf Phou Supplta A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phpm 31M1I1 710 3rd i pton. MUtOll rI1ITE next edition o[ Ilie Bible of Show Biz V'aricly. will probably leafurc the headline, "Gorl Tops Wind and Music." The rclerentc is not religi- ous, merely vai-ictc.se for tlie blockbusting lake of The God- father which is headed lo pass such all-time grossers as Cone Wtili the Wind and Sound o[ Music Mario Puio'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- phosis is not without tribulation for the writer, and in The (lod- falhcr Papers and Otiie.r Con- fessions which Putnam h a s 1 turn of the GodfaLlier. The God- I [either and the Valachi Papers Pacino finally played Michael and is totally terrific. More lo the point is the fact j and The Ghost of the Godfather that in fifleen years Mario Puzo (starring, by that time, Vin- vrrolc two hooks. The D a r b cent Priccl. Arena and Tlic Fortunate Pil- grim which netted him a mag- nificent Bo Hi were bolter books according to the auliior who, wiiile admitting he likes the energy of Tlic Godfather, feels he wrote below his gifts. In the hole lo the tiuie of Puzo never doubted he could write a best-selling com- mercial novel, uul after llu'rty outstanding awards at i the Canadian Hand Director's 1 Association Festival. The Irish Hov- ers, who came together seven years ago in Calgary and have made a big hit on American television and with their own Win or lose Mario Puzo will always be an able craftsman and, as evinced in part in The Godfather Papers and Other CBC-TV half-hour will he at the I Confessions, a sensitive and j Yates Sunday. Reports from fine writer. TIO-IJU.M: The Emmy Awards telecast last Sunday was the ul- timate in television tedium. Johnny Carson was stale and obviously miffed at Dick Ca- lalk show award, but he did pull one great ad lib when alter the Johnny jingois- years as a writer he felt he'd never be ahle to write another novel if the next one was not a _ success. tic jingles he commented. "War Well, the next one that! rushed into print, Puzo, hav- j best-scUinR rammorr.ial .ravel After Iwo hours, ir.g mixed with the Mafia, now the rnvic moguls. The chapter. "The Making of the Godfather" runs 33 pages H- has earned more than Si million and was sold to Para, mount for a option t of (own say Ihcir on-sUi appearance is relaxed, inform- al and lirst-rate. And at the Legion the same easy good en- tertainment will he offered hv Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink, booked in for the week. Calendar: Tonight Bye Bye Birdie; Salurday Baton Twirling Champions' Irish Hovers; and properly belongs in a slick magazine but not quite. for it makes a liandv "facts of CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) rm ll.oo Underdoci U'.na Red richer .-1 socns Dicir'l 1 rro 'A'rrsMna ir) SATURDAY JjJJ m'aTnana or in for spnrli (c) flnd Fripndi News KRW Gront Tnlls Chnnnel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY 10 00 7hp d! "i'-n Arc Thfi i'c.1 (c) Childroti'l FM Movlo: In News Ir) Binrk Nncn 7..1u Hiilr Rpnr nuncn R-.3CI Ml in tlic r.inilly 7 in ilM- News 9.00 M V15 rrnnkncf Danfirr Race My lc I Nrws Hee KFBB-TV Greol Falls Channel 5 (Cablcvtsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY Nr.ws (f) A-lo -rk, nnd [Icirrrl Nl-v''i PcrMinilnri Movif: Westward Loncclnl Link Jrrry Lewis CM Road Runner 7 M "nkV I'li.inlo 1-.-fi S riosity Shop ny Qursl American Dnndstand Roller C-amcs J.OO Once Upon n Whfol TOA Amnrkan Adventure Golf (r) Wide Wold Ct Spflrls (f) Alini Smith ind Jonci lc) life" reference tious In Hollywood, for the ambi- Lhe writer rates low in the pecking order and only Dorothy Parker, in a classic note lo Irving Thalbcrg (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 Chaseivs is lousy. Rod Stei- ger wanled lo play Michael. Sinatra, sensitive about (he character of .lohnny FonUmie 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 Caon test- ed for Sonny, Hagen AND Michael, was great yet almost didn't get a part and that Al commercial novel; was Tlie Godfather, written I nunutes and JO commercials, it entirely from research and was understandable thai one what a success1 winner should refer to his need lo answer the call of nyUirc. Frank Gorshin, so often superb, was completely lost and every- one was upstaged by the Chimp. Tile Medical Montage was against with escalators if they exercised the option. One feels that in all this, Puzo the Praginatist is having a sly chuckle at Puzo the Poet, arid 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- days in Exile. Readers should enjoy loo his 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- loyal Order of Moose SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, MAY 20th, 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music by VERA SINCLAIR FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS sickening in its opening, then grew outrageously if shameful- ly funny, but if surely was not necessary to comment on how clever the editors bad been since they arc supposed lo be at flic lop of the television tree and, after all, that is their job. In the plethora of plati- tudes the British contingent was mercifully brief, leading i one to hope that the next j awards, having failed N e w York. Las Angeles and Holly- i wood he telecast from London. Technically Ihe show was a mess awards-wise it was sur-; prising that the best actor, (drama series) went to Peter Falk. whose Columho is stock-1 Method, and not to Keith Mich- el, whose Henrj' is a fantastic study of character develop-! nient. Also, 1 wonder why Duel, starring Dennis Weaver, t h e best of the Made-for-felevision movies (outside of Brian's Song) was not nominated? ON A IIAPPIFJl NOTE: Congratulalions from this corn- er to: Anne Ciuniinell and all her girls for cutting a wide musical swath at the Provin- cial Music 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 The.nl and Garry Sliilli- ilay who picked up the award for the best visual presentation To Linda Johnson and Frank Iluszar of the "Midsum- mer" cast, tlie first for her ex- cellent understanding of the verse, the laller for his out- standing concentration in his role The Erie Rivers High School Band and their dircc-1 tor Charles Ifemlrickson, for their "best of class" and "Most THE EL RANCHO CABARET Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI Showtimes I'AHA.MOU.VT Fridav "Hie "Godfather" Last Complete Show Salurtlav "The GodfaUier'1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CIXE5IA I'rlday and Saturday Short Subjects "On the Buses" Last Comnlcie Sliow COLLEGE CINEMA VridiiT "Tlie Ten Commandments1' Oils Complete Show S'OD Salnrday "Tlie Ten Commandments" Last Complete Show ACRES DPTVE-IX I'Yiday and Salurclay "Aristocats" "WLM Conntn-" One Complete Show 9.30 THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Thf LOUNGE ONGS BY: "LIZ EUOTT" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DININO ROOM is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY al 4 p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB HALL 9th Avenue ond 6th Street North MAY DANCE Music by JACK BLCCH SAT., MAY 20lh ol MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME fILBfflfl TfltUKS MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In Color. Starring Mark 1 .ester. Friday anil Salurday. May 19 and 20. Friday shows at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "Tin" TKX COMMA.NDMEXTS" In Color. SlarrinR Cliai-llon 1 lesion nnd Yul Brynncr. Friday and Saturday. Alay 19 and 20. Friday ono show only at p.m. Fam- ily. One show only eaeh night. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Wall DisneVs "LADY AND THE TRAMP" In Tcclini- rnlor. Il's a dnggonc ora'.orlul vorlil. Friday and Satur- day, May in and 20. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Wall Disney's "SCAXDALOl'S .IOHX" In Technicolor. SlaiTinR Hnan Kc'ith and Alfonso Arau. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, May 20 and 21. Friday show al p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "STRAW DOGS" In Color. Stan-ing Dustin Hoffman. Friday nnd Saturday, May lii and 20. Friday shows at. and p.m. Ke.Mricled ndiill. -Special Saturday Matinee May 10 al p.m. "AFRI- CAN In Color. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Cflinc. Fri- day and Saturday matinee May 19 nnd 20. Friday at and a.m. Salurday malince at p.m. Family. MARQUIS CABARET PRESENTS "VIBRATIONS 72" THURS.-FR1.-SAT. THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE IADIES Fully Licensed p.m. to 1 o.r will be entertaining In the "RED COACH LOUNGE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LABOR P f CORNER 2nd AVE. nnd 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 NOW SHOWING ol and 9.30 p.m. V. ADULT TECHNICOLOR1 TONSTE and SAT. At p.m. Only ONb SHOW NIGHTLY AT B P.M. PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF .....-JHE GREATEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT OF ALL TIME! FAMILY HF.STON-BRYNNER BAXTER-ROBINSON DECARLO-PAGCT DERF.K CH SCDTT ANDERSON PPICE 2 SHOWS SATURDAY 2 p.m. ond 8 p.m. SHOWING FOR TWO WEEKS! Matinee Sat., Sun. and Mon. _ All Sects S3.25 Evenings at 8 p.m. All Seals Posses and Gold Age cards not valid for ihil ihovv 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. PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN TONIGHT and SATURDAY 2 BIG DSSNEY FEATURES Ge( with the cats who know where it's at for fun, music and adventure! SECOND FEATURE Tneyslood loncther lo claim a dream! "WULT DlSNEY TECHNICOLOn' p GATES OPEN AT ONE COMPUTED SHOW AT P.M. KIDS THIS Program 50e Adults ;