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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTSI NOTE: Regular programming will be pre-empted for the World Series Oct. 9 at a.m. FRIDAY ...MOVIE MYSTERY: McCloud, p.m., Ch. 7. Another in tlw scries starring Dennis Weaver. SCHOOL DRAMA: Room 222. 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Gail Fisher of "Mannix" stars as a teacher with personal problems and the boys hi her class feel the sting of her hostility. COMEDY: The Partners, p.m., Ch. 13. A simple assignment turns ir.to a three-ring circus as Crookc and Robinson wreck an FBI investigation. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A Mod World looli. at Hollywood with cameo appearances by Edward G. Rob- inson, Tony Curtis and Frank Gorshin. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Impatient 8 p.m., Ch. 13 Carrie Snodgress stars as a social worker with problems of her own. CRI.ME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Earl Holliman plays the heavy in "Dynasty of Hate" wherein he pays to have his brother murdered and the job is bungled. MOVIE DRAMA: "I Thank a p.m., Ch. 7, The Irish countryside proves a lush setting for this brooding tale of mystery. MOVIE COMEDY: "Angle ill My 12 Ch. 13. Andy Griffith as the rural parson who tries to bring peace to a faction-torn SATURDAY SPORT: World Scries, in a.m., Ch. 7. The first game of the World Series opens in Baltimore as the Orioles meet the Pirates. SPORT: Wide Worlit of Sport, p.m., Ch. 13. The Trenton, N.J., 300, postponed from last week, will be seen with Indy-type cars. SPORT: Pro Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Rangers and the Canadiens open the new hockey season in Montreal. Trimbles Radio TV Listings Jby the. 'radio and- television jtationt. Any' .variation' in program siiedule! is Hertld or-Trimbles Tire Supply. TV CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Richard Gordon Country Digest The Livino World Barry Healand FRIDAY NIGHT world at si- Request Action Line John Walker Jack Heufeld CHEC-FM SATURDAY Jim Shearer it CJOC Doug Anderson Show SATURDAY News News News, Sports Hr. of Information Shane Bickman Richard Gordon 30 News. Wthr, Sport Wcrld Series New, Wayne Barry Soccer Results News Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don McMaster i.nn Maior Mows Ecb Csncie CHEC FM -A- ly Wthr. Half Hour Major fJews Mike Murry Major News a.m. Don McMaster Radio FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run WnrlH M six e.uu worm ai six As it Happens The Entertainers News, Wthr, Sports From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Don Hedman CBR 1010 Calgary Regional Light Morning Concert Varieties Correspondent! News Notice Board Atlantic Symphony Right cr Wrong Orchestra The Solo Our Native Land News, Wthr, Sports Life in a New Land Big Bands Family Favorilies SATURDAY College Football Eyg Opener Playdale Once upon a time there were people like Beatrix Potter and Thorton W. Burgess who wrote animal stories. They wore good, old fash- ioned .stories. The animals had some human frailties, but jus- tice always triumphed and ev- erylhing turned out right in the end. There seem to be many people like tbem around today. Fortunately, MGM lias some- how managed to come up with Peter Rabbit and Tales of Bea- trix Potter an eminently suc- cessful film ballet based on Miss Potter's stories. It seems like an unlikely ap- proach. No dialogue just dancers from the Royal Ballet a loosely connected se- quence of dances. But it works. The adaptation 'or the screen was done by Richard Goodwin and Christine Idzard, who must have an hon- est affection and understanding or Miss Potter's stories. This seems to be what saves the ilm from being treacle sweet and overly cute, which it might easily have been. As it is, it turns out to be a leanly professional job. The choreog r a p h y by Frederick Ashton catches the appropriate novemenls for each animal: he masks are perfect. It is refreshing to see a film lone with simple, straightfor- ward good taste along with liberal dose of imagination. Now showing at Ihe Para- mount Cinema, the film will mdoubtedly draw some Bea- rix Potter fans and a goodly Kirtion of L.ethbridge's bud- ing ballet dancers. It deserves wider audience. Picking up on new television rograms that were misses m first flurry of fall sched-an1. is now part of (he univer- Friday, October 8, 1971 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD hollies of inussuurc Finding SAICJO.N' iM'i Tin.1 South i rk-d. Mure than persons Vietnamese government news arc believed to have been exo agency .said Thursday 51 inorc bodies n[ victims of Communist massacre al during the Til offensive in 51 I cuted by the Vietnamese the and Viet Cong during (lie Hue attacks. More than bodies have lier-n recovered from have been disinterred and rehu- 1 dozen graves near the city. uling cablcvision viewers can watch ono of the better "law and order" shows on the tube this season. Sargc, on Cii. 5 Monday al lias George Kennedy play- ing a detective turned priest. It seems to be almost manda- tory these days for the lawmen to avoid anything as mundane as being an ordinary cop. (The mundane part comes in on the script Kennedy, of course, is tough (former but still hu- man (now a And the show manages to avoid the Dragnet trap of painting the bad guys with the big black brush. Monday's program had a dy- ing man taking a final attempt to revenge a wrong suffered 20 years earlier at the hands of some big-time mobsters. The character of Henry Wain- wright was quite nicely devel- oped, at least by televis i o n crime show standards. Even the two thugs (indispensable in the big mobster's retinue) man- aged to break out just a little from the usual stereotype. With luck, Sarge could turn ort to be the kind of show one could watch regularly without getting bored stiff. sity's concert series. Age limit is 25 and the group size must be four or less. Audi- tions will be held Saturday, Dec. 1 adjudicator will be Dr. Richard Johnson of the Univer- sity of Calgary. Applications must be in by Nov. 8. If you are interested in performing in the spring concert, contact the department of music at the U of L. For the young musician who is really out to get to the top, the National Youth Orchestra is looking for recruits. The NYO provides a summer of training for young players that is hard to match anywhere else. This past summer it had ginst conductors such as Seiji Oxawa, Aaron Copland and Lu- cas Foss. They also have a regular conductor and what is called "an intense package" of rehearsals and lectures. The two NYO concerts I have heard were just about the best! I've been privileged to enthusiastic young players with unbelievable technique. Applications are availa h 1 e i through the NYO office at 57 Bloor Street West in Toronto. Deadline Nov. 10. Also from the realm of "did- comes an item about family movies, i which have been in short sup-1 ply these past feu1 years. i nlG.M recently re. released eight movies (classics such as The Yearling, Son of Lassie and National Velvet) for matinee weekend bookings. Fair enough. Tin- incredible part is that the governors of 2.1 states and the mayors of 57 cities have issued proclama- tions commending MGM for their action. When governors and mayors start doing this kind of thing, there must be some very seri- ous differences between what the establishment feels audi- ences want and what the film companies are actually able to sell to the public. On the local music scene, young Lelhbridge and district musicians (and singers, assum- ing they should be differenti- ated from musicians) are being invited to audition for the young artist's concert to be held March I. The concert, formerly spon- by the Lethhridge Music Club, was taken over last year by the University of Lethbr'idge The Winston Churchill High i School Concert band and girls chorus will be performing in the Yater Memorial Centre Oct. 2C. Director Willie Mathis has also lined up guitarist Dale Ket- cheson. who will be featured in some "soul rock" music with the band. The 65 member band will Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, October 9th FEATURING "BELL AND MARIE BREIN" Restricted film refusal an stalled LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Sat., Get. 9, at 9 p.m. In The Moose Hail 1234 3rd Avenue N. ADMISSION S2.00 A COUPLE Music by THE SWING KINGS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET IN THE LOUNGE 6 Friday end AND MAIL" IN THE TAVERN B Friday and WHEELER TRIO" VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- ish Columbia projection- ists have withdrawn temporar- ily, their plan to refuse to show restricted rated motion pic- tures to the public. A. E. McJIanus, president of Local 318 of the B.C. Projec- tionists Union, said Thursday the plan, which was to go into I effect Friday has been with- drawn "under protest." Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS FOOD AVARABLE The El Rancho Motor Hotel it now licensed 1o serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern play Hebrides Suite, The Mall, ..Our employers have main- Cha Cha for Band and other lained frorn start (hat no numbers from the concert band I can be laid against repertoire. I sajrj. "but this is not in keep- Tickets (SI for adults and 50 jrig wjth statements made by cents for students) will be city prosecutor available at the door. ..j to mak? u I clear that our action is only a In real life drama news, temporary move pending 'the ENTERTAINMENT Friday ANYTHING GOES Saturday THE ALBERTANS this week's star was aldermanic outcome of trials currently be-' k candidate Tony Dimnik, with tne courts." 733 13lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Gregory Hales a close second. In September, the projection- UPTOWN COUNTRY POP AT THE Both brought a much need- j ists' union told all employers. ed breath of fresh air to Wed- 1 including Famous Players and nesday's political forum at the Odcon Theatres, that as of Oct. Mr. Dimnik showed a I 8 members would not show to well developed ability to look I the public any movie that has at civic problems in "a fresh, been classified as restricted by i yet practical, manner. He also B.C. Film Director Ray Mcdon- NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER WILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A BRAKE RELINE 29 95 GUARANTEED 24 months or miles Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals .Repack front wheel bearing! LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FUUY LICENSED CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Truth or Consequences u) Teleprcbe 7 Got Smart Mystery Movie L.iuqi Teleorobe 7 Movie: I Thenk a Fool SATURDAY Spider-man Beatle Bailey Tumblewccd Penelope Pilstop Tommy Hunter (c) Dastardly Mutley All in the Family Cartoons Bnl, Reps World Series News Ic) Warmup World Series Baltimore vs Pitts- burgh Sports Week Fireball XL-5 Kimba Marine Boy Safety Round Up Stampede Wrestling Bugs Bunny N.H.L. New York at Monfreal CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Balman FRIDAY Flintstoncs (c) n 5.30 Hai.fHi hive-O 3D News Room Ttt The Partners Movie: Impatient Heart News News Sports Special Anqcl m mv Pockct SATURDAY Thought tor Day News Underdog George 'of the Junrjle (c) Peter Potnmus Rocky and Friends Jackson 5 i Hawke- Movie: The Court Jotter Call of the West Outdonr Sportsman Wrestling (c) Like Ycunq Spcrts Digest Widf World of Sports Kingo Bingo KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY (c.) .VOO fJCAS (Ll O'Hfirfl k) Movtr; llio Of Canncn dr.) Nrwr. Id lorimlit Show SATURDAY Cnllrgt> nf Gn Pa 111 :oursc Harlem Globetrotters (r.) In Ihr News ic) Hnlr De.ir Bunch In thf> Nows Pebbles Ir.) In tho News Archie (c) In the News Sabrlna (c) In the News Josie find Pussycats In Tho News Tlie Monkcrs (c) In the News You Am Iherfi Basctnll Bunny 5-coohy Doo Dnntier is My Business News (c) Hee Haw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Roller SATURDAY FRIDAY NCAS (c) Now, Mi Hr Nlghl Gallery rrv If ;.co BptwtUhct) LldSvillA (c) Curiosity Shop (c) Jonny Qucsl LftnCClOt Link Amr RflndMand MftliMrf (c) II '3i1 1 oMhnll Wftl Id of -1.30 Mnry lylcr Moon i.M Partneri CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Until Saturday, Oct. 9 "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! seems to have a pretty good aid. sense of humor. If I thought I could influence Lethbridge voters at all, I would suggest city council snre- ly needs such men. The other Iiighlight of the for- um was something of a non- event Alderman Vaughan Hembroff s neat sidestepping of the fluoridation issue. Fluori- dation was the one issue that prompted several written ques- tions from the audience. The Jaycee panel decided to sim- ply poll all the candidates on their views. Aid. Hembroff protested that whether aldermen were for or against fluoridation had never been brought up before and therefore should not be discuss- ed. Nobody challenged him and j the questions were never ask- ed. j At this rate it could be years before anything happens on flu- oridatjon. The union said members were concerned they might be charged with participating in an obscene performance. Showtimes SOUTHERN A L BE R7 A r THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Wall Disney's DUCK'' In Technicolor. Star- ring Dean Jones. Sandy Duncan and Joe Flynn. Plus "FREEWAY Friday and Saturday, October 8 and 9. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunlctnd Theatre "BATTLE OF NEIETB.V In color. Starring Orson and Yul Brynner. Friday and Saturday, October 8 and 9. Friday sliow at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "DARLING LILI" In color. Starring Julie Andrews and Rock Hudson. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 8, 9 and 10. Friday show al p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's Duck" In Technicolor. Starring Dean Jones. Sandy Duncan and Joe Flynn. Friday and Saturday, October (i and il. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Salurday at p.m. Family. Good harvests HONG KONG (Renter) China has had good harvests for nine years and another is ex- pected this year, the New China news agency reported Wednes- day. Quoting an article in The People's Daily, the agency said the grain situation is improving and grain storage is increasing steadily. TABER Tower Theatre "SABATA'1 In Technicolor. Starring Van Clc find William Merger. Friday, October n. Shows al 7: nntl p.m. Adult. Special Matinee Salurday. October n :il I MO p.m. FIGHT KOI! UKK" In color. Sl.-irrmg Mike Henry All seals Family. Cleef :00 "The People's Group" present THE BENEFST all proceeds to SOUTHERN REGION CANADIAN MENTAL HEAtTH ASSOCATION IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COtLEGE GYMNASIUM 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Oct 9 Bands MORIDANA CAMIUION GOIDI LOCKS JOHNNY AND THE SATELLITES Snack bar open 1.50 per perion 2.50 per couple Tim Atl Sponsored by GENTLEMEN III PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Million Dollar Duck'' Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Million Dollar Duck" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects: ''Tales of Beatrix Potter" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Salurday Short Subjects 'Lawman1' Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN Friday "Operation CIA'1 "Z'' One complete show 'Sierra 'Tora Tora Tora'' One Complete Show when a family finds a 24-karat layaway plan named Char oean JONES sarro DUNCAN joeFLYNNiona ROBERTS GREGORY CHILDREN MATINEE 5Qc EVENING 7Rp Continuous Saturday First show p.m. Box Office opens p.m. 2 shows Sunday and p.m. Monday p.m. continuous. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TODAY tlrru TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER Technicolor'' MATINEES SAT., SUN, ond MOM. p.m. EVENINGS at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLFGE TONIGHT and SAT. nt and p.m. BURT LANCASTER ROBERT RYAN LEEJ.COBB in A MICHAEL WINNER COLOR by Deluxe' United Artists Enough excitement to eclipse James Bond ACADEMY AWARD WINNER Y MOWTAND I- PAPAS J.L.TRINUdNANT 2 "OPERATION C.I.A.' ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and SAT. GATES OPEN 7.-00 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. IN COLOR ;