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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 19, 1973 Joan Waterfield City movies on upswing A MONTH that has brought to the local cinema Sleuth, Paper Moon and most recently A Touch of Class could, for the moviegoer be compared to getting a pay raise having your team win the World Series and collecting on the of- fice pool Warm, slangy, A Touch of Class is a thoroughly engaging comedy with the classiest of performances by Glenda Jackson and George Segal Before anyone exclaims small can a world be let it be acknowledged that an en- counter in the park a glimpse of a face in a bus window and a shared can (and un doubtedlv does) happen Let there be no quibble about getting Vicki (divorced two children husband decamped with the family cars) and Steve I've never been unfaithful to my wife in the same town together What ensues in Malaga and the Macclesfield Road is human and humourous hilarious without the super- ficialities of the conventional brief encounter" farce Vicki is neither easy mark nor romantic In Miss Jackson's hands she is a stur- dy, honest admirable woman Not for her the quick tumble in the dirty sheets of a crummy hotel The satisfac- tion of her biological needs will be on her terms Not for her the feminine wile or the male ego- gratifying lie Swinging a hef- ty right in a glorious hotel melee weeping over a replay of the Trevor Howard-Celia Johnson classic turning down a final come-by-chance meeting Miss Jackson is superb taking comedy (as Llv Ullman was unable to do in News directors regret bugging LONDON Ont (CP) -The acting president of the Cana- dian Radio-Television News Directors Association says the bugging of a committee room on Parliament Hill in Ottawa by a reporter is regrettable Gordon Whitehead of CFPL Radio here said the incident comes at a time when the news media needs to Mr Whitehead said that after hearing the reporter's explanation of the incident he was satisfied that the reporter s action was design- ed to show that bugging is possible and relatively easy, and was not intended to obtain information by illegal means be building confidence in and understanding of the function of the free press To Entertain You This Week At The Ventura In Coaldale "WILF DUCHARME" VENTURA HOTEL and INN Coaldale Next Week Duo GORDIE and JEANETTE The DALLAS HOTEL Presents Gary Sullivan (Country and Western) Tonight For Your Listening Pleasure SATURDAY BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. VISION BATH TOWELS Big fluffy Terry towels ESKILON PILE RUG Lush pile area rugs, Our regular price 8 47 6 .47 CRIMP Assorted Fall colors, yd .99 TOASTED MARSHMALLOWS 1 Ib............2 for MAGNUS CHORD ORGAN 24-44 Our regular Price 29.95 KRESFAIR BLANKETS Polyester, rayon, cotton, blend, .33 HALLOWEEN KISSES lib.bag ...............2 for 77 KRESGES Forty Carats) into truth Geroge Segal is right there with her His Steve is a philanderer, his confrontation with Vicki intrigues, angers finally convinces (as it must do many men in the audience) that the new woman is not a harridan but a great human being Lovely supporting per- formances too from Nadim Sawahla as the confused night clerk Paul Sorvino and K. Callan, Steve's friends and Gave Brown as the tattv prostitute who offers to han- dle the overload "upstairs" A winner in every way gone now catch it should it return to the local screen GODSPELL. Hard on the heels of Jesus Christ, Super- star comes this reworking of the gospel according to St. Matthew. Originally a workshop production for a group of actor graduates of Carnegie Mellon University it formed part of a master's thesis of director John Michael Tebelak. It's a simple thing offen- sive to none, part Story Theatre, part Peter Max, part ernest young drama student thing And yet Godspell is oddly affecting where Superstar was blatant and somewhat dishonest The cast is obvious- ly talented if given to horren- dous mugging This perhaps more obvious because of the transition to the screen It could be wished that it had stayed with its own small stage on street or church basement But opened up to every New York landmark it still does very well with pace photography and editing first class The flower children have much charm Victor Garber is gently convincing as the Christ Figure David Haskell moves easily into the characterization of Judas Youngsters who have latch- ed on to the record will not be disappointed oldsters will find little to criticize and should appreciate the smooth and generally effective production SCARECROW: The plea- sant surprise in this all-too- shck film is Gene Hackman. Which shouldn't be a surprise dt all if you caught Hackman last week in television's I Never Cried For My Father. This time out he's a parolee who s off with hope in his heart tor a life of security in a dream car-wash franchise His partner on the seamy yellow brick road is Al Pacino, who might have been quite good if the script hadn t let him down and Hackman not acted him right off the screen The big plus in this one (apart from Hackman) is the great supporting perfor- mances from Eileen Brennan and Richard Lynch. And brief- ly Penny Allen, Pacino s wife who in a telephone scene reveals that their child mis- carried If you're the movie buff who collects such (another example Luise Ramer to William Powell in the Great Ziegfield) you 11 treasure this The movie s too long but never when Hackman is on the screen WHICH LEAVES A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, yet to be viewed "A glimpse of the true nature of man says Stanley Kubrick. Critics wasted no time proclaiming it the best picture of '72 What will not be argued is that Malcolm McDowell as the leader of a futuristic gang that with no sense of guilt, kills plunders and rapes is a talent with which to reckon If you can t hack Orange, McDowell is worth waiting for in O, Lucky Man. It's still your movie dollar GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Oct. p.m. Music by Jack Blech MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONIGHT TINKER BAND AT THE ALEC HOTEL SPECIAL Family Size P Depon (At all participating dealers) THE PARK PLAZA DINE and DANCE FEATURING: ft Carroll and Lawson" Weekend No. 1 GRILLED LAMB CHOPS-Mint Jelly .50 02 New Zealand Lamb Chops in Wine Sauce No. 2 MANHATTAN BROILED STEAKS (For two) boneless round steaKs rings .75 Specials Include Soup and Salad Choice of Potato and Baby Carrots TV highlights FRIDAY CRIME DRAMA: Chase, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A police sergeant is pretending to keep confiscated cocaine in order to lure the crook out of hiding CRIME DRAMA: Mannlx, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A vicious street gang out to kill Mannix to bolster their reputations SPECIAL: Special London Bridge Special. 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Tom Jones and Jennifer O'Neill star in this musical story of uoy-meets-girl COMEDY: All In the Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Archie's neighbors hold a friendly gathering in the Bunker house' COMEDY: Sanford and Son, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Fred's friend Bubba sees Lamont and Rollo mistakenly go into a gay bar COMEDY. p.m., Ch. 7. A wounded and ap- parently orphaned Korean boy awakens the maternal feelings among the medic unit DRAMA- The Six Million Dollar Man, 8.30 p.m., Ch. 13. Lee Majors stais as a super-human spy in the debut of this series COMEDY- Flip Wilson, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Redd Foxx, Helen Reddv and Joan Rivers join Flip in songs and skits CRIME DRAMA- FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The FBI tries to crack a i ace track robbery as one crime leads to another MOVIE MYSTERY- "The 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The story of a post-war search for a ranking Nazi war criminal MOVIES, DOUBLE BILL. 12 midnight and a.m., Ch. 13 Ambush Bay" is the first feature with "The Quiller Memorandum" the second presentation SATURDAY SPORT- CFL Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the Alouettes in Montreal SPORT World Series, 1- 30 p.m Ch. 7. The sixth game of the Series from Oakland SPORT: Wide World of Sports, 4.30 p.m., Ch. 13. Top U S stock-car druers compete at the National 500, Outboard Cham- pionships from Toronto and Equestrian Grand Prix from Van- rnnvpr all taped at earlier dates CRTC approves six FM stations OTTAWA (CP) -TheCana- dian Radio-Television Com- mission (CRTC) has approved CBC applications for six new FM radio stations and for a French language FM radio network In an announcement the regulatory commission said that the English-language FM radio network which now includes stations in Van- couver Toronto Ottawa and Montreal will be enlarged with new stations in St John s Nfld Halifax and Calgary The new French-language FM network will include an existing Montreal station and new stations in Quebec City, Ottawa and Chicoutimi Que The annouhcement describ- ed by a commission spokesman as of major impor- tance to broadcasting also included policy plans for the publicly-financed CBC The corporation s board of directors had advised the CRTC that it had approved in principle capital funds for the establishment during the next five years of either new CBC stations or improved coverage by existing stations in 31 areas now served by CBC affiliate stations Sixteen are French 15 English "When these new facilities are in operation, it is es- timated that coverage provid ed by operated stations will increase from a present level of approximately 75 per cent of the total audience in Canada to approximately 90 per cent While the new stations are being established, the CBC is discussing with its private af- filiates arrangements to provide a 'significantly im- proved volume of programs This plan would fill reserve time on affiliates with a 'mandatory selection of CBC programs considered as representative of the national service plus options for ad- ditional programs chosen from specific categories by the affiliate An increased number of programming hours will be phased in over a period of six months to a year The commission said the CBC still is studying a proposal by the CRTC earlier this year that commercials be withdrawn from French and English AM radio networks except where ads are needed to ensure the availability of programs of exceptional interest It added that the CBC has assured it that "initial steps" have been taken to make sure there will be a full range of programs on both AM and FM radio that are "distinctly different from that available on private radio The corporation has taken steps to supervise more close- ly the morning and evening peak hour local programming where a tendency to drift toward private radio formats had been most evident The CRTC said, however, that it remains concerned that listeners in areas served only by CBC-AM outlets have access to a complete radio service including some programs with depth and engagement "These are listeners who not only lack a variety of other broadcasting services, but who are also remote from the cultural and intellectual amenities of the larger urban areas BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. BUY OF THE YEAR Now is the time to act 3 acre parcels of lakeshore property Only 25 minutes from Lethbridge Buy now, before the price goes up next summer. Last Chance. Call N.R.S. 344. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council Contact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10am -5pm Telephone 327-2813 CURRENT EVENTS Oct 20 Concert Southmmster Junior Choir, Yates Centre, 2 30 pm Oct 21 Concert, Southmmster Junior Choir. Yates Centre, 2 30 pm Oct 22 Concert, 1-3 Ninth Chamber Trio, Myers School Taber, 8pm Oct 22 Film, U of L series, Yates Centre, 7 30 p m Oct 26 Concert, Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs, CBR Radio, 10 30 to 11 p m COMING EVENTS Oct 30 Film U of L series, Yates Centre, 7 30 p m Oct 31 Concert, Montana Woodwind Quintet, Yates Centre, 8 30 p m Nov 1, 2, 3 Play, A Thunder Carnival, by James Thurber LCC Harlequin Players, 8pm, LCC Auditorium CONTINUING EVENTS Until Nov 11 Exhibit, 'Prairie Suite' U of L Gallery. Mon Fn 9 a m -4 30 p m Sunday 2 p m 5 p m Sir Alexander Gait Museum Mon -Fn 1 p m ,-4 30 p m Sun- day 2pm -5pm 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 responsibility of The Lethbndge Herald. CHKC rmrm MC.HI 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennik i mim 500 Probe 1220 600 World al Six 6 30 Stan Bailey Show 8 00 John Charles 12 00 Sieve Pisko 6 00 News 6 00 Buryl Clarke 1200 John Oliver 1230 News 6 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC 6 05 Jack Thys 7 30 News Wlhr Sports 10 05 Gord Whitehead 12 00 News 3 00 John Charles 5 15 Soccer Results 5 40 Sports 5 53 News CHEC'PM 100.0 HUH mum 6 a rrt 12 noon Don McMaster 1? noon-6 p m Dell-O 6pm 10pm Don Hedman 10pm 12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) mm Bam 12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon 6pm and Encores Don Hedman 6pm 1am Dell O SI'MMYS 6am 1pm Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1 2 p m I he (jasthaus Hour (German program) 26pm Don Hedman 6pm 12 midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR i mim 4 03 Home Run 500 BBC News 5 30 News 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 10 00 News Sport Wthr 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five nights a Week 1030 Let the People Sing 11 00 News 11 03 Maior Progression mm 603 Sounds Like Saturday 8 00 News 8 45 Notice Board 9 00 News 9 10 The Glums 9 30 Family Favorites 10 03 This Country in the Morning (Pt 1) 10 59 Time Signal 11 03 This Country in the Morning (Pt 2) 12 00 News 12 10 Our Native Land 1 30 World Series Warm-Up 1 45 World Series 4 30 College Football Wrap Up You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you advertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook Octobor 30th (Advertising Deadline October 24th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC.TV Channel 7 (CablavUlon Ch. 6) 5 00 Hollywood squares 30 CJOC News 600 Chase 7 00 Mannix 8 00 All In The Family 8 30 MASH 900 Prime Minister Trudeau in China 10 00 Flip Wilson 1100 News 11 t.0 P M 12 00 Movie The Stranger SArURD-W fi 10 icicle Bobby 10 PinOChiO 10 Pink Pinther 800 Cartoons and Children s Movie 9 30 Flmtstoms 1030 TBA 1100 CFL 1 30 World Series 3 00 Wrestling 4 00 Goober and Ghost Chasers 4 30 Jeannie 5 00 Buqs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) i mim 1 Sr, Mod Squad News 6 30 On The Buses 7 00 London bridge Special BUU bantord and Son 8 30 Movie Six Million Dollar Man 1000 FBI 11 00 News 11 20 News 1200 Double Bill 1 Ambush Bay 2 Quiller Memorandum suumm 7 55 Thought lor Day 8 00 Josie and the Pussy cats 8 30 The Jetsons 9 00 Sport Digest 9 JO Amazing onan 1000 Archie 10 30 Waterville Gang 11 00 Puppet People 11 30 Fantasia 1200 Buckshot 12 30 Musical Friends 1 30 Outdoor Sportsman 2 00 Sports Digest 230 Wrestling 3 30 Roller Derby 4 30 Wide World ol Sports boo News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevlsion i mim 6 00 Hee Haw 700 The Shape ot Things 8 00 News Special THe Corporation 9 00 Flip Wilson 1000 News 10 30 Toniyht show SACUHIMY 6 00 CGF Telecourse 7 00 Scooby Doo 8 00 My Favorite Martian 8 30 Jeanme 9 00 Speed Buqgy 9 30 Josie and Pussy- cats 10 00 Archies 10 30 Whats the Energy Crisis All About 11 00 Flmsiones 11 30 Bailpy's Cornels 12 00 Baseball 3 00 Lidsville 3 30 Pink Panther 4 00 Lassie 4 30 News 5 00 Barnaby Jones G 00 I awrence Welk KFBB Great Channel 5 (Cablevlelen Ch. 11) KHIDAV 6 00 News 6 30 Truth or Consequences 7 00 Brady Bunch 7 30 Odd Couple 8 00 Room 222 8 10 Adam s Rir> 9 00 I ovo American Style 1000 Now! Id 10 M'wir Hook Line and Sinker mm r> riri Mows fi 00 Buqs Bunny fi 1C Yofji s Gang 7 00 Super Friends 8 00 I asste s Rescue Rangers 8 30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 0 00 Brady Kids 9 10 Mission Magic 1000 Superstar Movie 11 00 American Bandstand I 00 Widr World ol Sports UK! N( AA >00 ,t ir Trek fi 00 'Sonny and Chrr 7 O'l Partridge T.imily ;