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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta (TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Mr. Hobbs Takes a 6 p.m. Ch. 7. Hobb's vacation plans are thrown into a comic chaos when his wife rents a dilapidated beach bouse. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Brady Bunch, Sonny and Cher, AH In The Family, FBI. MOVIE DRAMA: "Knng p.m., Ch. 13. A 1972 pilot series which takes name from an ancient martial art of the Orient, starring David Gairadine. MOVIE DRAMA: "Bonnie Prince 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Young Charles Stuart, pretender to the English throne, arrives in Scotland to lead the clans in an uprising. MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Ch. 7. A conscience- stricken Dutch policeman endeavors to help a refugee to reach Palestine. COMEDY DRAMA: "Two For the 2 a.m., Ch. 13. A bitter-sweet exploration of a angle's love set against pictur- esque trips through Southern France. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, 12 noon, Ch. 7 The Chicago Cubs meet the Cinemnatt Reds. SPECIAL: TV Auction, p.m., Ch. 13. Goods donated by Calgary merchants are auctioned to benefit Theatre Cal- gary- SPORT: Wide World of Sportts, p.m., Ch. 13. Gym- nastics and bicycling are featured with the People's Republic of China competing in New York. Also the Grand Champion- ship Grand Prix bicycle races from Encino, Colif. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ponsifaility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT Davs King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler CHEC-FM SATURDAY News Buryl News Buryl News News; Doug Warvln Music Remember Buryl News Sports Buryl Clarkt News Buryl Clarice CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Stely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGHY Jim Parsons Jim Elliot Probe 1220 SATURDAY US 35? Show World ar Six News Soccer Results Stan Bailley Show Jack Thys Spom Bruce Bowie Show News, Wtnr, Sports News MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman f p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS I p.m. concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaut Hour (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman f p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) FRIDAY NIGHT Run BBC News News f.OO World at Six As It Happens CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights i Week Family Favorites My word This Country in Major Progression the Morning (Pt. 1) SATURDAY Sounds Like Saturday Between Ourselves News Music West Notice Board News, Sport, Wthr. News From the Capitals The Glums Time Signal This Country In the Morning Pt. 7) News Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Don't Miss Reading The Uthfaidge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} FRIDAY 5-30 Movie: Take a Vacation M.A.S.H. All In the Family Tommy Hunter Dean Martin News (c) CJOC News Crossfire Movie: Lisa Mr. Hobbs SATURDAY World Today, Hello Tomorrow :30 Pinocchio Wizard of Oz Flinstone Hour Spiderman Baseball CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cpblevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Movie: Double Bill: Story 1. Bonnie Prlnca Buckshot Charlie Musical Friends 3. Two for trie Road Outdoor Sportsman SATURDAY Thought for Day University of Air Hawkeye waterville Gang Puppet People KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabltvision Ch. 9) Star Trek News Beat the Clock The Brady Bunch Sonny and Cher Mystery Movis FBI News News Sportts Week Stampede Wrestling Speedway News Reel Bugs Bunny Movie: Fun in Aeapolco Around the Circle Leonardo De Vinci Sports Digest Theatre Calgary TV Auction Wide World of Sports News FRIDAY News News Hee Haw Sanford and _, All In the Family Carol Burnett Medical Centre News Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Telecourse Amazing Chan Son Scooby Doo Josie and PussycaU Flintstones Archies KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cfbfevision Ch. 11) MonkMS American Bandstand CBS Film Festival Fat Albert Bunny Sabrlna Baseball Sea lab 2020 Around the World American Adventure News The Emergency FRIDAY Password News News Truth or Consequences Brady Bunch Partridge Family Room 222 Odd Couple Love American Style Movie: McClintock SATURDAY News H. R. Pufnstuf Jackson 5 The Osmonds Superstar Movit Brady Kids Bewitched Kid Power Funky Phanlom 10.30 Lldsvillt Matinee: High Noon World of Sports Reasoncr Report Animal World :30 Lime People Sonny and Chtr Joan Waterfield NTERTAINMENT tYE E TMERFORMERS who havi suffered the inept nip or the savage slash of the critica pen may take heart from a new movie of Grand Guignol goings on that is laying the critical fra ternity in the aisles. In Theatre of Blood, that stal wart ham Vincent Price, with an assist from the delectable Diana Rigg has a great time dispatching what Hawthorne called "those failed in litera- ture and art." It's curtain time for the occu- pants of front row centre as an injured Shakespearean actor of the old school decides that turn about is fair play and the as- sault on his actor's soul should be repaid by physical extermin- ation. Down go Robert Morley, a lavendar lad who partakes of a pate of his favorite poodles, Coral Browne who bolsters her sagging ego with handsome ju- veniles, Robert Coote who drowns in a butt of Malmsey ale, Jack Hawkins playing Oth- ello to Diana Dors, a dumpy Desdemona, and unMndest cut of all, Harry Andrews who lands in an amateur production of Merchant of Venice. It's an overdue pound of flesh to be relished. That the critics themselves are partaking hap- pily of this macabre meal should indicate that Theatre of Blood make your not-to-be- missed movie list. V V FOOTNOTE: While Vincent Price has suggested that there should be a sequel to Theatre of Blood, possibly for producers and directors, the field is still ripe with smart-aleck critiques. Clive Barnes made a succinct summation of the new off- Broadway musical Smile, Smile, Smile. He dismissed it with a two-paragraph review, "1 didn't, I didn't, I didn't." IN TOWN: For the world premiere of the Canadian film Slipstream, director David Aco- ma and his star Paddy Oat- man. Much of the footage was shot around Lethbridge and if they haven't hit the cutting room floor several familiar faces, including Jack Warbur- ton will be seen. BUI Frnet, our local boy making good in the movie world is the writer and his work on the break-through movie Coin' Down the Road, Rip-off and the outstanding Wedding in White augurs well for a box office that should go well beyond local loyalty. NICE: The gesture of sup- port to the LCI band by Bob Shackleford. Sunday, June 1 at the College Cinema you'll see Cactus Flower. The film, the house, all monies realized from the show will go help diminish the last financial burden of the band's uniforms. EVEN NICER: The loyal support of old time Playgoers for the 50th anniversary festi- val this week. Audiences have not been particularly large, but these familiar faces have al- ways been present. Even better have been their recollections of past triumphs and tragedies and their encouraging belief in the growing strength of com- munity theatre. Oh What a Lovely War on stage tonight and tomorrow should be another winner for director Dick Mells and his cast. Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Youth Theatre will present Cabbages and Kings for the youngsters. Adults may attend but in a neat reversal they must be accompanied by a child. Although tickets for this free show have been issued to get some idea of a nose count there is no difficulty asScipat- ed if you want to come along. COMING: June 16 Wayne and Shusteir will be in town boosting for Gulf Oil and cer- tainly bolstering the affection of fans for what is surely the greatest and most successful of all-Canadian comedic teams. It must be over 30 years since the pair put on their running shoes for that race to star- dom. Their track record, from the old Army shows through radio to the regular television specials is unique in that they have not only stayed together but have consistently produced fresh material relevant to changing times and audiences. And the Miners' Library club will come up with an entertain- ment scoop mid-June with Mairg Osborne. The buxom sing- er is an old friend to television audiences through the Don Messer Show, an artist of warmth with clarity and hon- esty which could well be cop- ied by mush-mouthed perform- ers whose staying power is questionable. TRAVELLING? A jaunt to the Jubilee in Calgary in June should be in order. The Glenn VEffler Orchestra will be in ;he Theatre June 1. with James June 3, the incorrigible Monte Python's Flying Circus ilated for June 12, Lily Tomlin Tune 14, The Lighthouse, June .6 and Taj Mahal, June 26. An August holiday could centre on the Banff Festival of the Arts. Ryga's new play For- LABOR CLUB CORNER 7nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "Phil Lethbridge" Members and their guests only! 4 4 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME" In color. Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee "EASY COME, EASY GO" In Technicolor. Starring Elvis Presley. Saturday, May 26 at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LAWMAN" In color. Starring Burt Lancaster and Robert Ryan. Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. .Special Saturday afternoon matinee "CHAL- LENGE OF ROBIN HOOD" In color. Saturday, May 26th at p.m. All seats SOc. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "PETE 'N' TTLLIE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Carol Burnett and Geraldine Page. Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26. Friday shows at 7'00 and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee "THE RELUCTANT ASTRQNAUT" In Tech- nicolor. Starring Don Knotts. Saturday, May 26 at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre w "BUCK AND THE PREACHER" In color. Starring Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier. Friday and" Satur- day, May 25 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. W. R. Myers Midnight Preview Friday, May 25 at 12 midnight. "BLOOD AND BLACK LACE" In color. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In color. Saturday, May 26 at p.m. Family. (trait of Angelica will be pre- miered; there's Brecht's Three- penny Opera, Mozarts The Magic Flute, Poetry reading with Al Purdy, chamber music festival ballet and orchestra, films and the musical Anne of Green Gables. Dates are Aug- ust 4-18. AUDITIONS: And an oppor- tunity, particularly for mature young students to try out for the Allied Arts Council's sum- mer production of West Side Story. Director Dick Mells will hold the auditions, beginning Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in the lounge of the Yates Centre. These will continue Monday and Tuesday to give everyone a chance to be heard. Those who would like to work back All residents in movie FROBISHER BAY, N.W.T. (CP) Hollywood it isn't, but this Baffin Island community nonetheless will be the site of a film premiere May 29. And its residents will be the people on the film screen. Alcohol In My Land, a 30-min- ute film, was produced by Cherry Film Productions of Re- gina for the territorial govern- ment's alcohol education pro- gram. The film demonstrates how a small community could pull to- gether and use its own re- sources to alleviate alcohol problems, said Harold Hugglns, chief of the alcohol education program. There are two versions of the film, which was made in con- sultation with the Frobisher Bay hamlet council. is in Eng- lish and the other is in the Es- kimo language. The film will be circulated throughout the eastern Arctic. BROUGHT TEA Tea was first brought to Eu- rope from the Orient in the 17th century by the Dutch East India Co. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Soyient Green" Last Complete Show Adult Saturday Short Subjects "Soyient Green" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Steelyard Blues" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 'Slipstream" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday Wild Ones on 'Night Legs" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL fn fhe AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano stylings by a girl named "MARTY" in the CABARET "DUSTY" if Thursday and Friday Everyone admitted FREE -A- Saturday cover charge per person stage or front of house should also turn out, or they can in- dicate their area of onterest by contacting the Arts Council office in the Bowman Arts Cen- tre. "C V MORE DRAMA: The provin- cial annual residential summer drama schools at Drumheller and Olds. Is it really fourteen years since I attended the first session which was illuminated by the visit of the late Tayrone Guthrie? The calibre of instruc- tors is as high as ever with David Spinks, head of the U of L drama department on staff in creative drama and as the star turn, Sonia Moore, founder of the American Cen- tre of Stanislavski Theatre Art. These seminars offer teens, more advanced thespians and teachers first rate instruc- tion at an extremely low and realistic cost. AND MUSIC: The provincial summer music workshop and concert tour, July 8 to August 8 in Camrose. Offered are band, instruments and chorus work- shops. Returning to staff will be Jerry Pokarney, music di- rector of the Lethbridge Colle- giate Institute. In residence will be One Third Ninth whose members, Gloria Saarinen, John Kadz and Moshe Ham- mer will also serve as instruc- tors. Intending participants are ucged to make application for admission early. i May 25, j iHE HERAuO f Hospital staff may strike EDMONTON (CP) Royal Alexandra Hospital support staff has voted overwhelming- ly for seeking a government- supervised strike vote. The workers have rejected a conciliation award giving sal- ary increases of per month the first year and a month the second year. A strike by the hospital1! 628 staff nurses was averted earlier this month after management agreed to new contract giving the nurses more money than conciliation board award. Featured THIS WEEK at the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE "TOM McNICKLE" TO ENTERTAIN YOU green acres drive-in Miyor Migrnh Dr. Count Hwy, 327-1100 LAST TIMES TONITE "Night Legs In Color Alan Mixon "Wild Ones on Wheels" Color Fronif York Starts Saturday ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents STAKLEYKRAMER'S Produettort Screenplay by MAC BENOFF Based upon the novel by GLENDON SWARTHOUT Produced and cVecledbySTANLEYKRAMER HIT NO 2 'See No In color with Mia Farrow Gates Open p.m. One Complete show p.m. THIS WEEKEND at the L Fn. Vimy Lounge "Bridgetown Trio" Saf. Cabaret "The Moonglows" Vimy Lounge Frankly Brothers MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY paramount Bth St. i 4th Are. South, 327-5100 NOW SHOWING Matinee Saturday p.m. ADULT Coming OF LAMANCHA" In Color SOYLENT GREEN JANE FONDA DONALD SUTHERLAND 2 shows at PETER BOYLE from Warner Bros. p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLI FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema St. 4A Are. South. 3Z7-S1M NOW SHOWING college cinema JOth Aw. t> Mtvor ttsftOi Dr, 328-6300- NOW SHOWING At 7.00 and 9.10 p.m. Canadian Premiere Showing SmSIXCV-'-.v i ADULT-MOT CMiTARlF FOR 3UI1M.DLC- ;