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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridoy, May 56, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; FHIIJAY MYSTERY MOVIE: The Filth Mail On a String p.m., t-'h. 7. .SPECIAL UEl'EAT: "Chariots ol Hie 8 p.m.. CIi. 7. Through popular demand this intriguing film is re- pealed by CI5C-TV. Erich Von Daniken, the author of the hook, insists extraterrestrial beings visited Earth centuries ago. JIOVII3 DRAMA: "Sergeant 8 p.m., CIi. 13. Courtroom drama about a U.S. sergeant on trial for de- fecting during the Korean War. COMEDY: AH In The Family, 10 p.m., CIi. 7. Edith's honesty when she hit an unoccupied car and left a note in- furiates Archie who thinks the car owner is trying to swindle him even when he turns out to bo a priest. COMHD41: The Odd Cimplc, p.m., Ch. 7. The doclor diagnoses Oscar's pain as an nicer and Felix puts him on a bland diet. Oscar blames the soft diet for his plight. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Model and the Ma r r 1 a g e p.m., Ch. 7. A marriage broker plots to match a lingerie model with an X-ray technician. MOVIE DKAMA: "The 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A psychological drama set in War II London featuring friends interested in the same woman. SATURDAY SI'OHT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 3. The Chicago White Sox meet the A's in Oakland. SPORT: Indianapolis 500, p.m., Ch. 13. Auto rac- ing's only million-dollar event taped earlier today with 33 drivers after a first prize of an estimated SPOUT: Wide World of Sports, 4 p.m., Ch. 11. High- lights of the 100th Football Association Cup English Soccer Championship from Wembley Stadium. AUPIfVC ANhLUO Clings Pregrami listed by the rodio and tehviiion Italian. Any Variation In program uheduli if din to latt- changes by the. ftatloni and not raspm- dhilily of the Herald or Anglo Diifributon SMrm and Pnotograprtlc Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Ntuteld Paul Tester FRIDAY N1GHY 6: CO World at Six John Walker Request Lino John Charles CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bury! Clark News News, Sports Jack Oliver Jack Neuield a.m. Doug Ander. Wayne Barry son Show News Wayne Barry SATURDAY 5-15 soccer Results i-00 News Sporls News, Wfhr, Sports News if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Concerts (Bob Don Hedman Don WacMaster Don MacMaster Sign Off -A- CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Wurld al Six As It Happens The Entertainers News Snlo Team Bringing Back the This Country FuIlTre Our Native Land SATURDAY Bundnln's Pande- tye Opener monium Morning Concert Family From the Capitals Correspents Opera Time Atlantic Symphony International Top Identities cicc CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gobsen IrCODave Oberg John Malakoff ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! IS SONY The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color' Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and iPkoloyiaplilc Centei 4T9 5th St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY 10 -0 l Mli-.ricltie '72 Marine Coy !O rwi, ,r News 1C) C.pt. Scarlet CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Undordsg Batman Reel Pisher (c) FRIDAY FBI Fninily Affair News Me and ttic Chimp News (c) Movie: Bent thf deck Tho Key Sporls Diqcst Mtiry Movio: The Over Rick'ri SATURDAY tflp Gann Mf.vio: Sr-rcjoant Thought for Day Indianapolis "500 (r.) Rocky and Frlenrts News KRTV Great Palls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY CGF Telecour? Hiirlcm Glohotrottfirs In thp Nfiws The Monkccs 10-30 You Are Tlierp Children's Film FcM (o) BasclMll Ch -1.M Butji Bunny Sroolwy Dr.o Is My Nfws r.fi'! HPC Haw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablovtsion Ch. II) FRIDAY (c) Me Lancelot Link American Bands! and Roller Games Once Upon a Wheel TBA American Adventure 3'3il Goll (c) Wiilf Wold Ot (c) Smith and Jonet (c) Jonn Wfilerfield uMERTAINMENT LYE T out on top. Indeed, in these the pain of loss affects cities, some audiences I millions. have cheered the demise of the Such is the case with Mar- enemies of The Godfather garet Rutherford, a beloved a pleasure to recognize Richard they will want the Corleones to 1 death robs us of one of Conle (Rarani) an actor who cut his thespian teeth on many a mobster movie. The sex is minimal, the vio- lence monumental; the death of Sonny, the garrotting of Luca Brasi and the weak treacherous husband Carlo Rizzi, the bloody night-mare in the bed of the movie mogul, the final wipeout of the "families" challenging Don Vito. But of all, one performance, one actor truly owns this film. Al Pacino (Michael) as the son who originally is not to be in- volved in the rackets, and who and that is a strange comment from a society on which the Mafia feeds. SOUNDTRACK: Nino Kola's bwjn released in an excellent album that should make an in- teresting addition to your col- lection. Outstanding cuts include "The Godfather Waltz." "Sicili- an "Connie's Wed- ding" and the "Love Theme." revenge murders his father's HE GODFATHER, long- awaited and now playing locally, is twice as good as most movies seen this season and only half as good as the book. The opening in a dim room where Don Vilo Corleone is pleased to grant a to a father whose daughter has been beaten by young thugs; to an- other whose prospective son-in- lawr faces denortation is in sharp contrast to the garden wedding of his vaughter Connie, crowd- ed with tumbling children, proud 'mamas' and singing eld- ers. The one is the totally male world of the the "accommodation." avail- able at a price to be exacted later, the cither delineates the strong Sicilian family instinct. Both gave insight into the order and loyalties of life in the Mafia. This is the world of the five families w h i c h control New York and New Jersey; it is also a world where a killing or a betrayal is sharply defined as "business" or "personal." The first may be accepted, but thfl latter means a vendetta. Francis Ford Coppola has done a magnificent job of re- creating the post World War II environment and, more than props and the styles, color val- ues are used to totally evoke a period so many remember. The performances are excel- lent; Marlon Brando his body thick, the face pouched, is the perfect Godfather in movement and gesture, but his high-pitched FORT CHIPEWYAN on the British Columbia end of whispering offering n e i t h e r Lif f, d h the Peace River. li-al-mill ,lnr Tnrmnfn 1C Hlctrnr b to ____... attempted assassins, makes a fantastic imuression. Growing from virtually a nonentity he remains at the end coldly im- pressive, chillingly memorable. The film is over long perhaps and to have read the book prior to viewing may be an asset if only to untangle the families of the Corleones, the Tattaglias, the Barzim's. Not to have read it may serve audiences better in that no pre- conceived ideas or detail stand in the way of a rattling good movie. It is inevitable that movie- recalls cars for inspections DETROIT (AP) General The cars affected by t Motors Corp. announced Thurs- call, all 3972 models, are day it is recalling 22.000 Buick ami Olsmobile models for in- spedlrm and possible repair of the re- 14.000 Oldsmobilc His and Uils and Buick Elcctra 225s and Kiyieras. actress and Dan "lluss" lilock- er. were ''Beautiful people1' but the jutting jawed, flapping cloaked eccentricity of Dame Margaret and the huge for The Godfather has gentleness of B 1 o c k e r were wanning, joyful additions to the non-reality of the screen. To a larger stage we commend them with love and gratitude. TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT: If you missed it before, here's Al Marfino who plays the aging i your chance to see the program teenage idol Johnny Fontane j that, drew the most favorable their steering linkages. The company said inspec- tions determined that some cars built during March and called. If any of the liuicks April were made with an out- 1 amj oldsmobiics were found to of-round hole in a steering need repair, he said, the work In Oshawa, a spokesman for Genera] Motors of Canada Ltd. said ears would be re- component. GM said that under would be done with no charge ceitain circumstances, the i to the owner. He did not say extra movement caused by the how many of each model were hole could cause a steering rod involved. to break, leading to a loss of j steering control. But. the firm said, there j have been no reports of any FIND MASTADON failures. GM said failure would be most likely to occur in low ANGOLA, Ind. (AP) Tho upper part of (lie hc.id of a speed cornering or parking, ma5lodon lias bcen un' wlien the load on the steering j covered at a site about three system is highest. miles west of here. got a nice break with his cos! ing in a ro'.e originally offered Vic Damone (and must be gnashing his knocchi) and of- fers the pleasant ballad "1 Have But One Heart" in both English and Italian. THE SHADOW FRIENDS Al- though the preoccupation with the lives of the "stars" as re- ported by Parsons, Hopper and Graham declined after the For- viewer reaction in the history of the CBC. Starting at 8 p.m. i Chariots of the Gmis goes for !K) minutes on Channel 7. Was Sodom and Gomorrah destroy-; ed by atomic blast? Were landing fieldr constructed on the Plain of Nazca for visitors i from outer space? Whet j are the real secrets of the pyra- mids? It's all fascinating spec- goers will choose up sides, that but the hearts of fans. ulation and should reactivate coffca row conversation of a ties, screen and television ac- j or back- tors still have that rare ability j It's happening; Tonight at S to invade not only the minds j o'clock. Sunday at 2 p.m.. ?.udi- Sponsored by the UKRAINIAN MEN'S CLUB 9 p.m. Polish Hall 13th St. 8fh Ave. North Lunch will be served MEMBERS AND GUESTS WEtCOME Flood increase levels of water in delta area nor menace is distract- ing. James Caan is the lusty, pas- sionate Sonny, number one son chosen to succeed his father, and his interpretation contri- butes largely to the energy of the film. His death, pumped so I full of lead that he remains vertical for an excruciating length of time is one of the films more gory moments and there are plenty of these. j Other notable performances i come from Rohert Duval (Ha- Richard Caslrllano (Cle- menza) and Abe Vigoda (Tes- Diane Kcaton Is a fresh and i interesting young actress rem- iniscent of Lee Rcmick and it's increased water levels in the Peace Athabasca delta sub- stantially this spring, P a t Cruickshank, a member of the delta study project group, said Thursday. Mr. Cruickshank said in an interview that the "tremendous flood" was the result of ice backing up water from the Peace River and a control dam built in the area last year. The northeastern Alberta delta has been an object of con- cern for ecologists durint the last two years because of rapid- ly decreasing water levels, which some scientists blamed on the A. C. Bennett Dam CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. Mr. Craickshank. camp man- ager for the study project, said that lakes in the delta have flooded "up to the willow line I which is back iro pretty much i to the original levels." The willows had started grow- ing in rich silty areas exposed by the receding water. The project group has been observing water levels in the delta since 1971. It is financed by the federal government and the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. The delta is a major stag- ing area for wativfowl and an important breeding area for muskrat and other animals from which some Indians in the disti-ict make a living. tions for Man cf La Mancha at the Yttes; Tonight, The Five Man Electrical Band, p.m. Henderson Lake Arena Saturday and Sunday; Old Man River Potters Guild exhi- bition at the Bowman Arts Centre Saturday: The Salvation Army production Ho- sea. 8 p.m. at the Yates Saturday. .Sunday, iMomiay. The First Nighter's production The Year Lethbridge Won the Grey WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY 'Jerry and the Travellers' Members and Invited Guests! Longest rocker aimost- wins VICTORIA (CP1 Tlie longest rocker of well, Brett Peitcr. The 18 year old Victoria youth was declared the win- ner when the first Victoria rocking chair contest ended 73 hours and 55 minutes after it began. Mr. Reiter won for his winning sitting, which was considerably short of the world record of about 122 hours set in Scotland. The EAGLES Present For Your Dancing Pleasure "THE METROS" EAGLES HALL Friday, May 25fh MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED Cup, Erie Rivers High School, I Milk River Sunday, on Channel 7. The Campbells Are Coming (Anne Campbell Sing, Sunday, Paramount Theatre, p.m., Sun, Belly Nichol and the Frank Slide. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday "The Godfather" One Complete Show Saturday "The Godfather" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CIKESIA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "One is a Lonely Number" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "The Ten Commandments" One Complete Show Saturday "The Ten Commandments" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Support Your Local Sheriff "Bananas" One Complete Show COLLEGE Ciiiumandinmts TONITE and SAT. AT 8 P.M. ONLY PARAMOUNT PROUD ID ASNOUKCE THE RETURN OF THt GREATESI FWffll FAMILY SATURDAY 2 SHOWS ol p.m. ond p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, Slay and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre CiAMl-7' In coior. Starring Jamos Garner. Lou Gossett and Susan Chirk. Friday and Saturday. May 26 ,iml 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Adiill. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee. Saturday, May 27 at p.m. In color. Starring Alan Ladd. Family. All scats 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE SAVAGE WILD" In Technicolor. Starring Gordon Eastman, Carl Spore and Maria F.astinan. Friday and Saturday, May 2ii and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE DESFHTIOR" In Technicolor. StcrrinR Chuck Connors. Richard Crenna and Hicardo Montalhan. Fri- day. Saturday and Sunday, May 2C. 27 and Friday show at p.m. Adult not siiilahlc for children. PIMCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SONG OF NORWAY" In color. Starring Toralv Maur- slad. Florence Henderson and Robert Morley. Friday and Saturday, May 2B and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday al p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "MAN IN THE WILDERNESS" In color. Stan-ing Richard Harris. Friday and Saturday Matinee May 2f> and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday al p.m. All seat.s fur ninlinrr Sue. Fanrly. preview Friday May M al a.m. "HOl'SK OF DARK color. Adult. MARQUIS HOTEL (BEVERAGE ROOM) PRESENTS Thursday Friday Saturday SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT "THE SUN" from EDMONTON BILLIE NICHOL and FRANK SLIDE MAY 28, PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tickets at Leister'i MARQUIS CABARET PRESENTS THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Thurs., Fri., Sat. No Covorclia po Filday No Cover Charge for loi'cs Fully Licensed p.m. lo 1 o m. WILL BE ENTtRlAlNING THURS. TRI. SAT. IN "The Red Coach Lounge" NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ttiere are ttroe things >ou gotta cJD. Amur gzialawya; ADULT and NOT SUITABIE FOR CHItDREN One IsALonetyNumber WETROCOLOR M G M Pre-ent! A CAVID L WDIPTR PRODUCTION "ONE IS A IOIJELV NUMBER' Sta-ing IRISH VAN DEVEBE MONTE MARKHAM JANET LEIGH and MELVffl DOUGLAS NOW SHOWING Tonight at 8 p.m. "THE GODFATHER" il a movie that 5eems to have every- thing! Warmth, violence, nostalgia, -the charisma of Marlon Brando in one of his finest performances and the dynastic iweep of an Italian-American "Gone With The Magazine NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P M. EVENINGS DAILY AT 8 P.M. ONLY GATES OPEN 8 4j P.M. One Complete Show AT P.M. ITONJGHT, SAT, and I.Y f IIIROKtL PRODUCTIONS JAMES GARNER JOANHACKETT WAITER BRENNAN SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF' COLOR intvi.-f llnilnd Acliols HIT o NO. 2 "BANANAS wilh WOODY AUEN ;