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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTSi FU1DAY MOVIE WPSTEIIN: "Flro 6 p.m.. Ch. 7. A. farmer and a part-time sheriff in a small town comes face to face with a band of outlaws who want to start trouble. CHIMi; DKAB1A: Streets of San Krancisco, p.m., Ch. 13. A convention delegate visiling in San Francisco finds he's a prime suspect in a murder. COMEDY: Sonny ami Clicr, p.m., Ch. 1.1. Robert Goulet and The Temptations in an opera spoof of tho For- eign Legion. COMEDY: MASH, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The medics are at Iho mercy of a iilm-makcr who is hoking up a docu- mentary about the Korean War. POLITICS: Talk, p.m.. Cli. 7. All (our parties will be represented in policy statements. MYSTERY DRAMA: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 33. A composer writes a song for tho commissioner's wife but someone is out to kill them both. CRIME DRAMA: FBf. 10 p.m. Ch. 13. An ominous mes- sage seems to connect assaults in three different states. The motive is the mystery the FBf must solve. MOVIE DRAMA: "Battle of (lie a.m., Ch. 1. A chronicle of Hitler's last major offensive in World War II. SATURDAY SPORT: World Scries, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The sixth game, If necessary, of the current World Series will be telecast from Oakland. SPORT: Vide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Eques- trian Grand Prix and yacht racing are featured on today's program. POLITICS: Talk, p.m., Cli. 13. Represents lives of the Federal NDP and Liberal par-ties will be heard. ____ ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! tre lilted by the radio and teteviiton nations. Any variation in program Is due to Igil- mlnute (Kangei by the italioni and it not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributort Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGilf and Ailon Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvlni Contemporary Sports Leo Dow s Farm Music We Rememben Sunday FRIDAY NIGHT t'M Dave King Jack SATURDAY Buryl CfsrVc CJOC News with BiH Skelton, Rod Whiit, Bill Matheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm ana" Ranch Doug Card FRIDAY NIGH'f World at SK 6-X John waiver Request John Charles SATURDAY Nev.-i Jim Elliott VJthr, Johnny Walker 7hys Johnny Soccer ResuHS CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Ccnsle) Don Hedmsn i: 00 Don iV.acMasler Dan MatMaslir Sign Off Concerli (Bob CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY IIIGKT Home Run BBC News News Frer> TJms Politic t: 00 World at Six If Happen? Five (Jig Ms a Wwk Jcnf MifeMI Atlantic Symphony This Country Canadians Our Na.lva LarxJ Bringing Back the 1 :03 Vancower l F'ulJre Family Favorih tporl Opera Tims SATURDAY FooloaU U of A Eyo Opener at UBC Sport, Wthr, MornTng Ccncsrl From Ih6 CapHals Correspondents Musical Progrfit Weather and Joem Water field NTERTAINMENT UYE E WHEN Charlton Heston land- ed on the Planet of the pes in 1D63 a runaway box of- cc success could not have icon estimated, nor could it ave been predicted that the ourth in the "Apes" series avoid the downward spi- al that generally accompanies uch proliferation. Yet, these filmic fables for ontemporary society, from the r i g I n a 1 Planet, through Be- calh (1970) and Escape From 1971) to the current Conquest f the Planet of Ihc Apes have ucceeded very handily because hey combine broad audience appeal, intelligent satire and solid story values. This time around the apes are adopted by humans as house- loM pets then, because of their used as a source if cheap labor. The racial parallel Is obvious he cLmalic rebellion bloody and inevitable. But the real strength of the movie is found in the screen >lay by Paul Delm which is dra nalieally deft and strongest in the early plot development. Caesar (Roddy McDowell son of ttie murdered Zira anc Cornelius is sheltered from the slaughter by circus opcratoi Armando (Ricardo Montaiban and protected in Ihc brave new world from the vicious Cover nor Breck (Don McDowell is top notch as th' sensitive simian, Don Murra; surprises with the characte switch from his usual "hones John" parts, and Hari Rhodes emerges well from what is th most contrived piece of plottin in the movie. Production, direction {J. Lee See it Ifi new ANGLO CRF ISO SONY 13 BAND RECEIVER marine, shorlwave, medium wave, and long wave. Op era let on house current. "D" balFeries and boat batlery. Rolary slide rule dial. 45MH2 26.T, MH2 En 9 bands, 16 Ibi. 5 01. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pholopiaptilc 419 5lh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) FRIDAY CJO Lers Mate a Deal Cro CJOC News Mov Trio -Jir Baitia FRIDAY Doris Day (O News 10 Slreeli of (an Francisco Sonny and Cher SATURDAY S Though! for Day of Ffighf- ensreln (c) Newt WAlcrville Oflr Hews Puppet Peopli Movie: GrarxJ Stem Story Triedlre h o m p son) iiisical score arc all first rate, and it is not, without the realms possibility that in ten years be seeing retrospectives of Apes scries, in twenty fhey probably be subject of ear- est study by Cinema One and o students. NEXT: Number Five in the eries (possibly Battle for the lanet of the Apes) is now in he mill with scriptwriter Dchn I lowing his cliaracters not o take over the world but de- troying it and themselves with .uman frailties. GROWING UP: It is hard to ealize Ilodrty McDowall is 44- 'ears-oltl. It seems just yester- day tliat he was the gentle little schoolboy (in tbe mould of, but ess stuffily correct than, Fred- die Bartholomew) with Lassie and Elizabeth Taylor, most out- standingly in How Green was My Valley. Unlike most child actors whoso star flamed and 'aded, McDowell wisely re- moved himself from the II oily wood scene, set off to learn his trade and hedged hia on acting career by becom- jig an outstanding photogra- pher. He is the all-time cha Dion movie fan wi th 1 arge bound volumes of movie aci s dating back to 1930 and movie magazines that go back to 1912. that made it the greatest band sound of the fifties. Best of all it was great to relax with a show uncluttered by overblown production numbers and banal comedy skits. TrHny, October 20, 1773 THE HERALD 5 Robinson needs sense of humor NICE: The Tony Beniiett- Count Basic special Channel Bennett is an ar Ustic winner with highs tha reach the top of the voca' spectrum and warm and ca resstng lows. The Basie bane broke out of a prevailing smoothness to give us some o the glitter of brass and rhythm if l 'so ling __..... i.oo ClaUe oiser> Free Political 8-Cfl Tumbleweed Safely Rnurulup Tommy Hunter Flinlsfone Hour Under Attack TO: 00 Dean War tin George of Bugs Bunny News (c) Lidsville NHL Hockey CFCN-TV Lethbridgs Channef 13 (Cpblevcsion Ch. 4} BucVlhct Ccnnonbsfl Mr. Chips Sporfs Digest Pendulum M of Spcrls PolHical Tclecasr News (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cobbvlsion Ch. 9) FRIDAY Tonight Show Mews SATURDAY News ft) CGF Telccoui pkfc_ Vfln Amailng All In 1he Family Scooby Ooo CBS (Jews Special Pu55ycati (TBA> Fllnlslcnei Nlne1y-NlTW Archies To Survival FA! AMssion lirrxwslbfe Buos CO Sflbrinfl Underdog Jefsons Pink Panlhcr Hound Roman Holiday Barkleys SflJfab 2070 .1-30 Ai-fluncJ World '-M Lflssia (cl News HCfl HflW 6. CO Mystery KF8B-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlslon Ch. 11) (ct Password New Tru- Conscquencei Br.irly Duntn Rtwm 13? Odd Couple (cl American (c) News Movie: Girl Happy SATURDAY News H- R. Pufiilluf Jackson S Tha OimontJi Movie: Otiver Twill anrt ths Arlful Dolger (PI. 1) (iO Kldi Bewllched Kiel Power (c) Funky Phanfom Lldsvllle The WonVeeJ 11-30 American Bandstand World of Sfwrfl NCAA LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "HIS, HER ond MINE" Members and Invited Guests! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CONQUEST OP THE PLANET OF THE APES" In color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Friday and Saturday, October 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee, Saturday, October 21 at p.m. "THE BIG Techni- color. 9 stars 1001 thrills. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CONQUEST OP THE PLANET OF THE APES" in color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Friday and Saturday, October 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday matinee Saturday, October 21 at p.m. "THE MALTESE BIPPY" in color starring Rowan and Martin. Family. All seats 50c. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" In color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Friday and Saturday, October 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CONQUEST OF TilF. PLANET OF THE APES" In Starring Noddy McDowell. Friday and Saturday, October 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee, Saturday, October 21 at p.m. "SHERRIFr OF FRACTURED JAW" In color. Family. SUNDAY: At nine and The Woman I Love described as the fairy-tale romance of King Ed- ward and Mrs. Wallis Warfield Smipsou. A fairy-tale it was that failed to capture the tenor of Uic times or the passion of a eople prepared to form a ing's party." Richard Cham- rlain was staunchly gallant was unable to project the serial charisma tliat enchant- an empire wliile Faye mawny, a convincing look- ike, did little to solve the enig- a that is Mrs. Simpson. It ay have been that the produc- on was trimmed to 60 minutes, it if skeletons are to he rat- ed in regal closets it would be setter to flesh them out some- iiat. And later on Week- nd, an enchanting interview ith Ben Wicks quizzing Ivau cbroff. Rebroff, of the fabu- us four-octave range, was orn in 1931 in Berlin of Rus- an parents, but has never een in Ru5sia! The chuckling ,ant sang in the bathtub for iewcrs though his offer to strip >r tile role was declined. Evi- Topol) is a firm booking local- ly for Nov. 9. C II E E R S: Three for Jullcllr. who showed honesty and character beneath the blonde bouffant when she (on Saturday's Tommy Banks show) slammed the powers- that-be for luring Lome Green to handle the narrative on a Trans-Canada television special. As she pointed out Green doesn't need the bucks there are plenty of Canadian ac- tors who do! AND A TIGER: Ppr Bill F r u e t whose first assignment as actor director Wedding in While copped top prize as best feature film of the year, with Doris Petric taking best sup- porting actress in the same production. Bill's parents will travel to Toronto for the Oct. 27 premiere. Since Bill was once a mem- ber o! Playgoer's wliich is cel- ebrating its 50th anniversary, why not a gala showing here under the club's auspieccs. Invite the lieutenant-governor, the premier and make it a dress-up, slam bang aKair. And Hie week: This weekend: Alberta Choral Directors Con- ently he was the Tevye of the rench production of Fiddler 11 the Roof.. wlu'ch leads into re fact that the movie (with Symphony audience larger TORONTO (CP) Toronto Symphony ended its 50th anni- 'ersary season in tte red, but reached more people than ever leforc, President Frank F. McEachren said here. He told annual meeting hat the symphony now plays to 2.5 million persons annually be- cause of an expanded educa- tional program arid Its summer season at Ontario Place, the provincial government's water- "rent showplace. Last season's budget was Its deficit of was cushioned by a surplus from the year before, enabling the sym- phony to carry a balance of 068 forward to the new sea- son. vcntion; tonight, .Linda Gay Flillon Sunday, Jazi Scene (Town Tuesday, U of L Film scries, Charge of (he Light Brigade Wednesday, Lome Walsrju con- cert Thursday, Poets Margaret Atwood and P. K. Page (U of Friday, Brent Laycock exhibition opens (Art All week, Fiala exhibi- tion (Quick HOLLYWOOD Ed- ward G. Robinson, who at 78 has just finished his 101st movie, says he needs a sense o[ humor in his worfe to keep his sanity. He continues his distinguish- ed acting career with a twinkle in his eye, relusing to be im- pressed with Hollywood or him- self. liobinson demonstrated his attitude recently when MGM gave him achampagne re- ception to celebrate his Wist mo v i c, Soylent Green, a sci- ence fiction story about over- population in the 21st century. Co-star Charlton Heston de- livered a flowery speech, Rob- inson's oldtime leading lady Joan. BlondeH gave him a kiss, and onetime boss Jack Warner tossed in some wisecracks. Robinson cut a cake and re- sponded with gracious thanks. Later he admitted: "Tin's isn't my 101st picture. More like 12011i. My God, I've done so many that 1 lost count long ago "I'm the kind of guy who eeps track of nothing, saves othing." 'DLL K CIS Except art. lie was Ule firs f tlie famous Hollywood ollectors, amassing a gather ng of Renoirs, Gauguins and Matisscs that m lis Bcvovly Hills home an art over's paradise. The collection was sold art of the divorce scttlemen with Robinson's first wife. II las since assembled a mor modest hut equally lovel group of paintings and sculp ,urc. "Art Is a surcease from SOT row; it makes your life livable I never tire of my art, never. Nor does lie seem lo tire -as acting career. He'll ba Sandy Diiiieaii wins divorce LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Sandy Duncan, 26, the girl who became a Hollywood star after being spotted in television com- mercials, was divorced here from her husband, Bruce Scott Zahariades 26, on. _the grounds of "irreconcilable differences." Tlie couple met when they played twins in an off-Broad- way production of the musical play Your Own Tiling and mar- ried in September, 1968. Miss Duncan asked for no alimony. She filed for divorce In Octo- ber, 1971, but the action and her own role in a television, se- ries Funny Face had to be de- layed while she had an eye op- eration for a tumor which cost j her the sight in one eye. I i Mental health FORT MACLEOD (Special) here have been invited to the IOOF Mall Nov. 1 from 2 to 5 to learn more about the Canadian Mental Health As- sociation. Tea will be served. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT i ay snd Saturday Short Subjects "Tlie vSalzherg Connection" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment Special Matinee Saturday Tarzan's Three Challenges" One Complete Show Family Entertainment PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Conquest Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment Saturday Short Subjects "Conquest Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Skyjacked" "That's The Way It Is" One Complete Show Adult Entertainment ec. 12, but he continues at pace. How long will I stay at it? long as it's fun, ss long aj can keep ray sense hu- lor." PARK CANCELS VISIT SEOUL (Reuter) President hung-Hee Park Friday can- celled his state visit to Japan cxt month because of the in- situation In South Korea, president ial office an- ounced. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Ihi AZTEC LOUNGE Songt and Organ Slyltngs by "MARTA CLINE" CABARET "WINTER" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY if THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free or The LETHBRIDGE ROTARY CLUB Is pleased to present LINDA GAY FLITTON FRIDAY, OCT. 20th 8 p.m. YATES CENTRE Advance licksli now on talc cl Leiiter's and al Centra Door Ocl. 20...... ADMISSION Sponsored by ths Rotary Club In conjunction wilh Tho Province of Alberta IINDA GAY FlITTON Performing Arti On Tour. SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ON THE SCREEN 'TARZAN'S 3 CHALLENGES' COLOR wilh JOCK MAHONEY -ALSO- DISNEY CARTOONS ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN P.M. All Seats This Show AN IDEAL GIFT AT ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS Calgary Eye Opener. A rousing good show. ADUIT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHItDREN TONITE thru MON. of ond p.m. BEST-SELLER BECOMES MOVIE SPY-THRILLER! THfSALZBURO A FRA N KOVKH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE ADULT TONITE thru TUES. at ond p.m. ADULT Ihe Itift C-iitjary Eye Opencj's on Ihe air! Bill Kptiier Don McDermid get you goinq each day at 6 with local and network special reports, lime, tempetalure, weaiher, music-, lolal infor- mation package right at your fingertips. The Calgary Eye Opener, radio-style. It's a rousing good show' CBR 1010 tour CS.O tttfio ml miKtli litn In iwOisrn Album, COLLEGE FHE NEWEST AND BIGGESTYET! CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES NOW SHOWING ol one! p.m. MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M. Mli> Century-fox 1000-AO 3S COtOfi 6V M LUXE "A TAUT AND TIMELY HOLLYWOOD DCPORTtl SKVJKKED CHARLTON HESTON YVETTEMIMIEUX ADULT HIT NO. 2 ELVIS PRESLEY "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" TONIGHT, SAT. AND SUN. Gales open p.m. complete show at 8 p.m. ;