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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 22, 197! THE IETHBRIDGB HERALD 7 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: Columbo, p-m., Ch. 7. A strong cast and a tricky investigation highlight "Death Lends a Hand" starling Peter Falk. COMEDY: The Partners, p.m., Ch. 13. A comedy of errors tracing Crooke's run-in with a paid killer. COMEDY: Rowan ami Martin's Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Emmy winner Lee Grant takes a rare fling at comedy. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "Colossus: The Forliin 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Scientists are pitted against their computer which has been programmed for U.S. defence. The machine wants to take over. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m.. Ch. 13. The conclusion of "The Mastermind" starring Bradford Dillman as the genius who engineered a robbery. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Music p-m., Ch. 7. The 1902 hit about a con-man salesman and a librarian in 1812 Iowa. MOVIE DRAMA: "Moment to 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The affair of a neglected wife and an American ensign on the Riviera. SATURDAY SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.nv, Ch. 13. The North American Water Ski Kite Flying Championships are highlighted. SPORT: Pro Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The Philadelphia Flyers meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. Trimbles 'are. Ijsted by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program it due to last-minute ehangei by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC if News on the Hour Wthr, on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY i Shearer John Oliver Richard Gprdon NJX Sporfc Barry Hegland NewS( News; Sports CHEC-FM Hr. of Information Bob Hesketh FRIDAY NIGHT world at Six Request Action CJOC Doug Anderson Show SATURDAY News News, wmnSports News Wayne Barry Soccer Results WON. THRU SAT. 6 00 Don McMaster 7 30 Major News P 00 Bob Cencie FRIDAY NIGHT 4 03 Home Run 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Th if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Major News News Mlka Murry a.m. Don McMaster Don Hedman CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Varieties Correspondents News Notice Board Atlantic Symphony Right or Wrong Orchestra The Scene Solo Our Native Land 00 News, Wthr, Sports News, Wthr, Sporls Identities Five Nights a Week Regional Light Big Bands SATURDAY Eye Opener Morning Concert Family Favorlties WCC Football Afternoon Concert Playdate Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 31411th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A BRAKE RELINE GUARANTEED 24 months or miles Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals Hepack frontwheel LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY News (c) Klmba 7 Movie: Trulri Consequences tc Teleprobe 7 Get Smart The Music Man Myslery Movie SATURDAY Laugn-ln (c) Spider-man Tommy Hunter (c) Beatlc Baily NHL Action Dasterdly Mutley Bob Rees Penelope Pitstop Marine Boy Tumbleweed (c) Safety Roundup Children's Cinema TBA Wrestling Bugs Bunny NHL Philadel- phia at Toronto CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (CabJevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Spcrls Batman Flinlstones tc) Alovle: Moment Hawkeye Hawaii Five-0 Moment (c) Movie: Sub- News (c) SATURDAY Room 222 Thought lor Day The Partners News Movie: The Forbin Underdog Project (Colossus George of tha 1980) (c) Jungle (c) FBI Peter Potamus News Rocky and Friends News Jackson 5 Command Sporls Digest Outdoor Sportsman wrestling (c) Like Young First and Ten Wide World of Sports Klngo Bingo KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) In the News ic) Hair Bear Bunch In the News Pebbles (c) In the Archie (c) in the News Sabrlna (c) Movie: Blind Bird Dr. Doolitllo Woody Woodpecker Pink Panther Bugaloos Mr. Wizard Jelsons Bugs Bunny Scooby Doo FRIDAY Mews {c) News (c) O'Hara (L) Cannon (c) News (c) __________ Tonight Show (c) In the NI _________ SATURDAY Joslc and Pussycats Danger Is My College of Great In The News Business Falls Tclccourse Tho Monkces (c) Harlem In the News News (c) Globetrotters (c) You Are There Haw KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Roller Games SATURDAY FRIDAY News (c) News II-.M Lhronoiwj Odd Couplo (c) Love American Stylft (c) News Night News Jerry Lewis Roati Runner "hanlor Jflckson i Belwltchcd Lidsvillft (c) Curiosity Shop (c) jonny Quest Lmicolol Link Air.r. Bandstand MAllnco (c) Foolbflll Wide World of Sports Mary Tyler Moore Partners BY HERB JOHNSON though there opporlunity for a review at the beginning of the run, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, at the Paramount this past week, is worthy of a brief mention, in as much as it may turn out to be one of this year's more im- portant films. The movie lived up to ad- vance notices from the big-city critics. It has a kind of quiet strength that could strike view- ers as being boring in the ex- treme. I talked with people who found it "very boring" and a "two-hour perlude." Granted, director Robert Altman did move things at a deliberate pace. Granted, the "shooting through a film of gauze" pho- tography did give large parts of the film an almost dream-like quality. But these aspects of the film, once accepted, simply gave the violence greater impact. I found the contrast effective. My complaint a minor one is with Warren Beatty's playing of McCabe, who is by turns overbearing and insecure. The two facets of McCabe's character are by no means in- compatible, but Beatty seemed to switch back and forth be- tween two extremes with a dis- concerting suddenness. All in all, a powerful but not overpowering film. One television show thai was missed in the first round of new fall show reviews was the local- ly produced Bob Rees and Friends. CJOC has it in the p.m. slot Friday nights, a time that up until last week interferred with all attempts to sit down and watch the show. Let it be known that western music is not my favorite a personal bias stoutly maintain- ed through the years. Mind you, Pee Wee King's version of Steel Guitar Rag will set my toes tapping and Doc Watson (if he fits into the western classification) is one of the all- time greats on my list. But I don't usually seek out western music. Even so, the CJOC produc- tion was the kind of show I would be willing to sit through from time to time. Western mu- sic fans should find it a real delight. The show's most obvious as- set, aside from the music, is the fact that it is not over- produced. CJOC wisely opted for a clean, straightforward presentation in which the mu- sic is allowed to stand on its own merits, without the dub- ious benefit of the fancy script and "personality" announcer that can be disastrous for a music show. There was in the show I saw some lack of the professional- ism in camera work that one expects from the network shows, but this will doubtless improve with time. The music is good and it is generally a pleasant and re- freshingly unpretentious pro- gram. Don't forget lutenist Ray Nurse and mezzo-soprario Cor- lynn Hanney at the Yates Memorial Centre Wednesday. It's the second concert in the University of Lethbridge con- cert series and a rare chance to hear some real, live lule music. It should be an excellent eon cert. Renaissance music per- formed by only two musicians Nice, quiet, restrained, relax- ing, thoroughly enjoyable. Tickets mil be available at the door. It: Some spill-over from the re- Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, October 23rd FEATURING "THE INCREDIBLE LAUGHING BAND" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" 4 4 4 4 4 4 Members and Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA" In color. Starring Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. Friday and Satur- day, October 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Matinee Saturday, October 23 at p.m. "WICHITA" In color. Starring Joel McCrea. All seals 50c. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" In Mctrocolor. Stan-ing Elvis Presley. Friday and Saturday, October 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In color. Starring Dustin Hoff- man and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "FLIGHT OF THE DOVES" In color. Starring Ron Moody, Jack Wild and Dorothy McGnirc. Friday and Saturday, October 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "A GUNFIGHT" In color. Stan-ing Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. Friday, October 22. Shows at and p.m. Adull. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee October 23 at p.m. "TARZAN AND THE JUNGLE BOY" In color. Family. cent civic election While it may not have been general in schools throughout the city, there was some discussion this year in the classroom on the election. And not just in a senior high social studies class, as might be expected. This was in Grade 4. However much attention was paid to the election in city schools and there certainly must have been more than the one instance I encountered there can hardly be too much emphasis placed on this facet of education. Kids should be made aware of civic affairs right from their tender years. By the time they get to high school they usually have developed an attitude that enables them to treat every- thing as an academic exercise. When they're young it is still possible to get them genuinely involved. They may not com- prehend all the complexities o the issues, but at least they are learning to think about loca affairs. A sustained city-wide cam paign in this direction jus might result someday ii a truly informed electorate anc a functioning participatory democracy. Another education note There seems to be a constan hue and cry about the need for improvements in the education system. On the plus side of the ledger, there seems to be sonr evidence that things have im proved remarkably in recen1 years. One example is the case o an eight-year-old (the produc of a modern open-area class room) who has recently taken to correcting her father's spell' ing and beating him at check ers. (He came up through the old "three grades in one room in the country school" Obviously the modern syS' tern is turning out a superior product. It probably won't be long before she's beating me al crokinole (my one area of su- periority at the present Today's Showtimes Friday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee "Cartoons" "Snow White and the Three Stooges" One Complete Show Short Subjects "The Love Machine" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Taking Off" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Gone With the Wind" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Broken Land" "Patton" One Complete Show Some of the products of the improved educational system might be interested in a rather unusual contest. The federal de- partment of justice and the CBC are sponsoring an essay contest on any aspect of the law in Canada that deserves comment or criticism insofar as it affects young people. Essays received by the spon- sors will be used at a Febru- ary conference in Ottawa that will centre on legal problems in a changing society. It is a chance for people with concrete suggestions on how things might be changed to put their ideas into the hands of persons who may have some influence and maybe win ?500 at the same time. Deadline is Nov. 30; informa- tion on the contest can be had by writing to Conference on the Law, CBC, Radio Schools and Youth Dept., Box 500, To- ronto. The weather (that eternally popular topic) deserves some mention this week. It has been noted that many Lethbridge residents have a distressingly negative and pessimistic atti- tude about the forthcoming winter season. While it is reasonable to wor- ry about winter if one lives in Edmonton or Winnipeg, in Lethbridge such an attitude is patently ridiculous. It is also actively harmful it is well- known that nasty weather strikes first at the weak spots. Knowing we are vulnerable, winter will strike quickly and with a vengeance. The best de- fence is to think positive thoughts about sunshine and beautiful girls in bikinis. The total effect of all this mental activity (assuming ev- eryone really tries) will be to forestall the snowfall until Christmas Eve. BUHNT SHIP TOWED IN FALMCUTH, England (AP) The crippled Norwegian bulk carrier Analina, swept by fire in the Atlantic five days earlier, arrived safely off Falmouth Thursday. The vessel, her superstructure destroyed and two crcsv killed, was towed in by the West German salvage tug Oceanic. The fire broke out after the ve.s.sel left for Europe from Sorel, Que. MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET NICHOLL" IN THE LOUNGE Friday and AND MAIL" IN THE TAVERN Friday and COMFORT" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday 'SUNSET 4' Saturday 'PRUDENCE PAST' AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13ih St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONtYl The El Rancho Motor Hotel is now licensed to serve liquor and wino in its Outrider Tavern 4 4 4 From SCOTLAND The Golden Voice of DENNIS CLANCY The Dancing Fingers of ARTHUR SPINK ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION on Oct. 28th-29th-30th 9 p.m. SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON KIDDSES' MATINEE BOX OFFICE OPENS P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOY AT P.M. ON THE SCREEN "SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES'7 IN COLOR CAROL HEIST 3 STOOGES PLUS CARTOONS ALL SEATS SOc BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TIC "TS AND SAVE AWARD WINNER! CANNES FILM FESTIVAL TAKING OFF INCOICH RESTRICTED ADULT CINEMA I 4IB-AVE TONIGHT and SAT. at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. In newsmen siilenilor...Tlie nmsl magnificent picture ever! DAVID QSELZNICKS "GONE WITH THE WIND" 2 SHOWS DAILY MATINEE 2 P.M. EVENINGS 8 P.M.___________ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT f POPULAR PRICES! filiOHGE KARL Z2: "BROKEN LAND" Tonife thru Sun. GATES AT 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. Starts Tomorrow ot and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT ALL SEATS SI.75 k II I1 wrist! W tjmffi' I'N A FRANKCMCH PRODUCTION Jacqueline Snsann's ThcLpcMadiinc CMN ROBERT COOPER rt DAVID HEMMINGS WILLIAM GREYN SHARON FARRELL JODIWEXLER [SNWLDPj LAST TIMES TONIGHT COLOR "McCABE and MRS. MILLER" will) WARREN BEATTY JULIE CHRISTIE ;