Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: Guns for San Sebastian, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A Mexican bandit helps local villagers batllc marauding In- dians. Stars Anthony Quinn. MOVIE: Tlic Pink Panther, p.m., Ch. 11: Peter Sellers in a 1304 comedy about jewel thieves hi European high society. VARIETY: Andy Williams, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Kate Smith, Arle Johnson, and Gladys Knight and the Pips. MOVIE: One-Eyed Jacks, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: Marlon Brando directed and starred in this 1961 western about an ex- convict set on killing the man who betrayed him. With Karl Maiden. MOVIE: The Shakiest Gun In the West, S p.m., Cli. 13: Don Knotls stars in a remake of The Paleface, about an eastern dentist who goes west to establish a practice. DRAMA: Ironside, p.m., Ch. 9: CTV refused to run this two-part episode, about romance, crime and separ- atism in Montreal, because of the FLQ kidnappings. ..SPECIAL: Kifaru The Black Rhinoceros, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A Canadian biologist makes a census of African rhinos for the government of Tanzania. MOVIE: The Detective Story, p.m., Ch. 13: A tough New York cop is accused of brutality. Stars Kirk Douglas. MOVIE: A Kiss Before Dying, p.m., Cli. 7: A ruthless young man is forced to murder when he tries to marry into a rich family. Stars Robert Wagner. j SATURDAY SPECIAL: CFL Semi-Final, Noon, Ch. 7: The Montreal Alouettes and Toronto Argonauts play a sudden-death game whose '.'.inner will meet the Hamilton Tiger-Cafs for the eastern title. SPORTS: Football, p.m., Cli. 11: The Washington Huskies meet the Stanford Indians. FRIDAY NIGHT World 31 Market Report Paul Tlvldar Rob Ingram CJQC SATURDAY 1 Jim Elliott D News, Wealher D C3C Hews church Bulletin N-ws Farm Digest Jatk Thys News News All Nlghl Show Wayne CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT Larry wilh Bruce The Way I See It Donahue Farm and Ranch Dinner Showcase The Other Side Review Farm and Ranch John David Weather Rivlew Horn Bade to Bible J, D Voles.of China McAllister World Tomorrow Frank Afluslc Sherman CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bruce breakfast with Newi fll-Teen minutes lo Farm and Ranch Ihe hour. Review FRIDAY Wealher Larry Total Information Donahue Major News John David Morning Milodlet Frank Horn Luncheon Daft Shermai Major News Polpourrl Sporls Major News SATURDAY News flfleen minutei to the hour. Larry Donahue John David Horn Chuck Tanner FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Theatre Assignment Atlantic Symphony 9.1. rwk Music Past Mid- .9ilS night Action Eel H'9" Noon SATURDAY Major counrry iviujudi Eye Opener Malor Counlry Radio Free Friday News, High Couniry From tha Capitals Rev, Bill Port men Indian Magazine Supplement Projection Gene Telpner's Musical Notebook Eye Opener Hero It Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON HIGH PRICES! SOFA and CHAIR ONLY 5-PIECE KITCHEN SUITE ONLY BEDROOM SUITE ONLY 4 4 4 4 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. Phone 318-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (television Ch. A) FRIDAY NIGHT News Along The Mchawk Hillbillies Semi Final Saturday's Heroes Wrestling Uptown Down- town Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Movie: Detective Kiddle! on Kormra Wynne's Pad (c) ProM, Movie: The Guns SATURDAY tor San iebadlian Thimderbirds (c) 8.-00 Laugh-In tc) Spiderman (c) Tommy Hunter (c) H t R Puffnsluff Hawaii Five 0 (c) Movie: Drums "-..msionss ici SATURDAY From the Sidelines Thought lor Ihe Come Together (c) News (c) Andy Williams tc) Movto: Shakiest Gun in the V.'est F.B.I, (el News News (c) av (c) Marc's Music Shop Secret Service Animal World (O Movie: Forly Guns to Apacht Nallonal News [c) Pass (c) Gcorcie of Wreslllng Jungle tct Coffonpicfcers (cl Casper and Com- From Ihe Sidelines pany (c) sports Digest (c) d-H Clublima (c) Our Great Ouldoors Batman (c) Wide World of Underdog ic) Sporls (cl KKTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Doris Day (c) News (c) Head Maslor r--------- w. Movie: One-Eyed Scooby DM Jacks (c) The Monkc Ironside News Tonight Show SATURDAY Groovie Goolles Dr. Dooliltle (c) Globetrolters Archies Fun house DM Dastardly and Multlcy The Jctsons H. R. Pufnsiuf Heckle and Jeckle ol Montana Grliilies vs. Montana state Bobcats (c) News Mews Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevliian Ch. 11) FIRDAY HIOHT SATURDAY Hardy BnV! News Dragon and Brady Ounch Mr. Toad Movie: The pink Molor Mouse Panther Lancelot Llnh Film Jerry Lewis 9.00 Tom Jones (c) Mere Come Double Deckuri Ths Imorlal Hoi Wheels Ckk Cavcll Hav.l-j American Uand Slnnd TBA SporlJ Show Koolball Wash. at Stanford Let's Make i Deal Newlywed Garni Weik CTAIIT Hie Itcvulnlion Willi- oul Me! never quite comes Lo terms wth what it wants to satirize: the French Hevolution, F i c 1 d i n g's Tom Jones, Douglas Fairbanks or a bedroom Sheridan. Bui put Donald Sutherland, Gene Wilder and Hugh Griffilli demands that those in power be buinpec! off. In the midst of this is the king, still in his rooster siu't, haimchcd down, searching for his particular note among a paper-strewn floor of them. MEDIA, MEDIUM? Not to in one movie, and it can't be i d'daclic, but this writer alj I has noticed a consistent mis- Sutherland of M'A'S'H and Wilder, Hie nervous-nelly undertnker in Bonnie and Clyde, portray two sets of twins who could have stopped the 1783 re- bellion if they had got their names straight. A Corsican nohleman's wife bears a set of twins at the same time and place as a peasant. Their distraught doctor, run- ning from one chamber to the other, bclievably Eels the chil- dren confused. He semi-solves the problem by giving each father an unmatched pair. 'i'.ie duke's children grow tin to be the celebrated Corsican brothers, as psychotic as they are snobbish. The other set, mixing equal parts cowardice and stupidity, are conscripted by patriots. A court henchman asks the Corsicans to help him murder the flea-braiijed Louis XVI, but upon their arrival in Paris, they are mistakenly replaced by the peasants. From then on, all the odds are in favor of a successful revolution. Griffith as Louis is a slack- jawed imbecile whose use of the word in speeches, written works and. on the broadcast media. Medium is singular; media is (or are) plural. That is, radio is a medium. Radio and TV are broadcast media. The mass media are movies, magazines, radio, etc. Got it? Class dismissed. (Now if someone could clue me in on the difference between "as if" and "as and why Ihe British are seemingly the only people wiio understand why "presently" Is not the same as "at I slial shut me gob on further gram mar lessons.) ALLIED ARTS The execu- tive of the Allied Arts Council was more than a little disap pointed Wednesday when it held open house for an invited crowc and only one representative ol city hall turned up. The executive said it Invited the eight aldermen, mayor, city manager and the city's finance director to a do at the Bowman Arts Centre. Only Alderman Vcra Ferguson attended. On the other side of the ques- tions is the fact that at least two glance registers a mind with v'lich thought has never .had discourse. Wilder is at his best as the Corsican twin, a psychoana- lyst's dream case study of Rhodesia., Britain Will Try gain LONDON (AP) Britain has f Britain will come to terms only on the basis of five principles providing for the ultimate trans- fer of power to the country's secretly arranged with the white rulers of Rhodesia to launch a ne_w and possibly final bid to settkT the disputed future of the rebel colony, official sources said today. The informants said first talks are expected to begin next week between Britain's ambassador in South Africa, Sir Arthur Snel- ling, and Rhodesia's diplomatic representative there. If they can agree on a basis of negotiation, the British will as- sign a special high-level emis- sary to conduct hard bargain- ,-p.dMio paranoia. informants added. But it is Sutherland who gives j Prime the finest acting. A dolt as a Edward Heath has stressed peasant, he turns into a pout' 11..' -.O'.TO'-I Burlier with twitch of the lip. Start the Revolution for some strange reason employs Orson Welles in a prologue and epi- logue, as unnecessary as they are time-consuming. And the movie itself tends to end scenes with an apologetic shrug, as if to start a scene is enough reason for it to be in- cluded. But there are some hilarious moments. In one, Louis, led astray by his conniving, nym- phomaniac wife, Marie Antoin- ette, turns up at court dressed for a masquerade ball. Hence the party's participants feature approximately 250 perfumed, powdered ourtiers and one man-sized rooster. The party itself turns into a note-passing orgy, as court in- trigue reaches an epitome of Offer Reward For Slayer Of Policeman PRINCE ALBERT (CP) A reward for information leading to the arrest of fanner Wilfrid Stanley Robertson, 40, wanted for the Oct. 9 rifle slay- ing of two RCMP members, was authorized today by the Saskatchewan attorney-general. Staff Sergeant W. H. Preston, in charge of the Prince Albert RCMP sub-division, said the identity of any persons supply- ing information will be treated as strictly confidential. RCMP said it is possible j Robertson, a farmer in the Macdowall district has grown a beard or dyed his hair. "Patty" Suggests Try Our Special Fri. and Sat. I--------------------- BURGER SPECIAL QUEEN BURGER FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKE Only HANNIGANS 1413 Mayor Mogrnlh Drive) Phone 328-4038 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A MAN CALLED HORSE" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Han-is, Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7. lYiday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "THE CAT'- In color. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TRUE GRIT" In Technicolor. Starring Academy Award winner John Wayne "Best Kim Darby and Glen Campbell. Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" In Metrocolor. Starring John Wayne, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds and Henry Fonda. Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "CHARLY" In Technicolor. Starring Cliff Robertson and Claire Bloom. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Novem- ber 6, 7 and 8. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TWO MULES FOB SISTER SARA" In Technicolor. Starring Shirley Maclaine and Clint Eastwood. Friday and Saturday, November G and 7. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not suitable for Children. Special Matinee Saturday, November 7 at p.m. "TilF, GREAT SIOUX MASSACRE" In color. TABER Tower Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS '69" In color. Starring Tom Stern and Jeremy Slate. Friday, November 6. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. Malinec Saturday, November 7. Show at p.m. "JUMBO" In color. Starring Doris Day, Stephen Doyd and Jimmy Durantc. All scats 50c. Gel marl out of Taki Iht family to a movii African majority under any new Rliodesian constitution. Premier Ian Smith has re- jected publicly any settlement incorporating the five principles adopted by successive British governments. FRIDAY PARAMOUNT Short "Hotel" 2-25, Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Start The Revolution With- out Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA "Going Down The Last Complete SATURDAY PARAMOUNT Short Last Complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 'Start The Revolution With- out -.ast Complete ALLEGE CINEMA Special jast Complete 'Going Down The Last Complete aldermen said they did not re- ceive invitations. About 10 of the arts council's 29 membra- groups were out in full force for the open house. What tho event amounted to was an indication of who uses the Bowman Arts Centre's facil- ities and how much. There seems to be z great push these da.vs for an "organ- izing" of the arts Li the city. The department of youlli's unappreciated study on Leth- bridge residents' leisure time touched on the arts, Dick Mclls, the cultural development sup- erintendent, produced a report earlier IMs year on the Yales Memorial Centre and the arts council. A city council commit- .ee is to start holding meetings next' week with groups, as an aid to ils study of Mr. McllV report. The Lefhbridge Cham- wr of Commerce has estab- lished a cultural committee. What all this means is any- one's guess. Apparently city council figures it is dropping prants into the arts groups' till and isn't that sure where the money is going. All one can hope for is that here is no attempt to clump an administrative strait-jacket on he arts, nor bring them under ontrol of the recreation de- partment. Persons involved in Jie arts bridle at the idea that lainting a picture, a creative ict, is the same as enjoying a game of handball. It is a pity there was a mix p over the open house. Some f the aldermen could stand fc know more than they do at present about the arts council. One alderman, in conversa- tion about the proposed land- assembly development, which includes the Bowman Arts Centre, still refers to the Bow- man school as if the place were standing empty. And another city official, after visiting the potters' room at the arts centre, suggested members should turn the facil- ities into a commercial cera- mic producing outlet. Such attitudes towards the arts are not bound to produce a feeling of encouragement, NOTES: The Canadian Opera Company's production of Orph- I ens in (he Untfcrworld arrives in the city next week. Weep, all those who didn't bother to buy a membership in the Overture Concert Association The Anne Campbell Singers will compete in a carol festival Dec. 19 in Calgary Tickets are going like hot cakes for My Fair Lady. The show opens two weeks from next Monday The University of Saskatchew- an, Regina, has announced a playwriting competition, for full-length plays. Further in- formation can be obtained by contacting: William Dixon, c-o Drama Department, U of S, Regina campus, Saskatchewan. Friday, November 6, 1970 THE LETHBE1DGE HERAID Dyiuimile UJast Hits Synagogue ras the third synagogue HENRIETTA, N.Y. (AP) A dynamite explosion today blew two holes in the rear of Temple Belli Am in this suburb of Rochester. No injuries were reported. It w bombnig in Hie days. Two were damaged in Rochester Oct. 27 in explosions. Six other buildings in the city were bombed Oct. 12. GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Nov. 7th p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave- and 6th St. N. "THE SUNSET FOUR" MEMBERS AND GUESTS MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY! "JUST US" GLEN'S DEN ADMISSION 1.25 "Donald Sutherland Is A Real Gem" "WHATA PLEASURE TO LAUGH! The acting to a man is Wildly -CHIMGQTRIBUNE 'JUST FUNNY-JUST GREAT.' -CHICAGO SUN-TIMES GENE WILDER out of "The Producers" DONALD SUTHERLAND Iresh from "M.A.S.H." ADULT Start 101ft PARAMOUNT t CINEMA TONIGHT and SAT. at and p.m, An All Canadian Production with the screenplay by tclhbridge's own Bill Fruc-t t WINNER CAMDI1N FILM AWARDS BEST PICTURE OFTHE YEAR BESTScriinpliy WllllimFniH BEST Hclor IJOIMT DouiMcGiilh-FiulBriillir SATURDAY First Show will Start at p.m. Continuous Thereafter COIN DOWN THE ROAD ii a literally brilliant film, glitter- ing with intelligence, perception and integrity. A human document and a Fascinating and absorbing enter- lainmenl. Donald Shebib, with script wriler William Fruet, has erected a verile that cinema rarely captures. Donald She-bib's ADULT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING TONIGHT ol 7 and p.m. Tonight and Fri. At and p.m. HURRY LAST 2 DAYS BROUGHT BACK FOR ALL TO ENJOY The sensational novel that sold over copies author of 'AIRPOITP TECHNICOLOR' KARLMALDEN CATHERINE SPAAK .DULT ROD TAYLOR MELVIN DOUGLAS UL STARTS SATURDAY ovev, has got a lot to give (it's pure Gould) ElllOTT GOULD PAUIA PRENTISS GENEY1EVE WATTEnMOVE tv HE Elliott Gould From "MASH" In Another Smash Comedy Hit COLLEGE SAT. SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY CHILDREN'S MATINEES SATURDAY AT 12 NOON AND 2 P.M. SUNDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. ALL SEATS t UUMPFORJOY BO! ITS JUMBO! OfMDGMS ANDHMU M-G-M presents A JOE PASTERNAK Production DORIS STEPHEN JIMMY MARTHA DAY BOYD DORANIE RAYE In BILLY ROSt'S witli tin VMdtrfi! if RUDCERS 4 in PANAVISION and METROCOLOR AISO SHOWING AT TOWER THEATRE, TABER SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY AT P.M.