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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta V.'iLL, BUY OUT WHITES NAIROBI (AP) Kenya has received a grant from Britain of million to buy out Eu- ropean farmers in Hie white highlands zone and settle land- less Africans there, tlie govern- ment announced here. The farms to be bought out total acres, said Lands Minis- ter Jackson Angaine. FRENCH COMPOSER DIES FAKIS (Reuter) composer Rene Leibowitz, 59, died here after suffering a heart attack, It was announced here. He was influential as a musical theorist immediately aftfr the Second World War and composer and conductor Pieerre Boulez was among his pupils. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Night Without p.m., Ch. T. A young composer wakes up with a hangover and fears he may have lulled someone during the night. SPORT; Summer Olympics, 7 p.m., Ch. II. Another three-hour special on today's events in Munich. CBC's 'one- hour presentation starts at 8 p.m. on Ch. 7. SPORT: Hockey Preview, p.m., Ch. 13. Canadian team members comment on the games with Russia which open in Montreal tomorrow. MOVIE WESTERN: "Rough Night in 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A town boss who rules by intimidation and murder finds opposition from a woman owner of a stagecoach line. MOVIE WESTERN: "Duel In the 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A half-breed gii-1 falls in love with the rebellious son of a Texas land baron. DRAMA: a.m., CK. 13. First of a two-part 1971 movie about the disappearance of a top Presi- dential adviser. SATURDAY SPORT: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 13. Rod Laver challanges Ken Rosewall in the final match of this series. SPORT: Horse Racing, p.m., Ch. 13. The Prince of Wales Stakes, second leg in Canada's Triple Crown, live from Fort Erie, Onl. Race Track. SPORT: Wide World of %orts, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. The 1958 Hockey Championship with the Whitby Dunlops meet- ing Russia and Harry Sinden, present coach of Team Can- ada, was the star player that year. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Joan Water field NTERTAINMENT I.YE E Friday, 1, 1972 SERIES REPEATS) The award winning CEC levision series The Tenlli Dec- te, which chronicles Uie Dicf- ibaker Pearson era in Cana- an political history, will be repeated on the national net- ork beginning Aug. 27. Programs era listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in, program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the and it not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Davo King Jack Neuleld FRIDAY NIGHV World aT Six John Walker Requesl Une John Charles CHEC Paul CHEC-FM T WAS a unique situation two works of a single di- ector showing cheek by jowl t the Paramount and its sat- llite Cinema. The cheek, of course, was he commercially successful and saucy What's Up the owl the critically acclaimed :he Last Picture Show: the di- rector Peter Bodanovich. Shot in black and white in Anarene, Texas, The Last Pic- ure Show is a discerning ex- amination of life in a small town in the early 1950's, a life of appalling sterility. It's an existence that breeds a woman who screams that lier child has been molested yet walks away in her indignation leaving Uhe child to trail be- hind; a "what can you expcc of an idiot" attitude when a re larded youth is killed; the sala cious interest of high school stu dents as one of their number i deflowered in a crummy mote room. The main thrust of the stor is the reach for manhood c two youths, a subject that mucf preoccupies current moviemak ers. In Summer of '42 it wa treated with humor and com passion. Here it is a joyless ril ual of ineffectual fumbb'ng i the front seat of a truck, a so acing service of a middle-agcc woman, a swimming pool pub erty rite. It's a grimly unhappy narra live, jerky and spasmodic bu made bearable by its players Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges Cloris Lcachman (reaching mo mcnts of Ben Join son injecting some mud needed humanity and a numba of actors who become v e r people. SATURDAY Bury] Clark k CJOC 3'00 a.m. Vogt WayM Show News SATURDAY News News, Sports CMEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Consist Don Hodman Don MacfAaster Don MacMasler Sign or) Concerls CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Snip This Country X-m Home Run Bringing Back Ihe our Njllve Land a'oo World al Six Future Comedy Vancouver It Happens Mows, wlhr. and Family Favorites 8-03 The Entertainers Sign OIF News. Sport. Wthr. SATURDAY From tha Capitals Five Nignls a WeeX correspents Let ina People Notice Board Sing Sound of Strings Opera The Scene Opening Ceremcnle' Weather and 5por Scores FdenUlles Summer McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. S. The film is illuminated by detail in dress, film clips id music, most of all by the rformances but it is overlong id remains strangely unsalis- ing. Bodanovich', a former movie rilic, is a very astute movie- im-maker, and perhaps (that's e rub for an examination of s work reveals clever mani utation rather than creativity. What's next for Mr. Bodano- ich? Perhaps the film's con- iusion with an excerpt from lassie Bed River as the "last icture show" hints at a west- rn. PROTEST: The exploitation n The Last Picture Show of the ofal nakedness of nallhelic iltle jzirls while youths are nasked in a series of coy Bur Reynolds ploys is objectionable The exposure may be at times unwarranted but need not be unequal. THE FIFTIES: The nostalgi span is diminishing. Early rocl and roll, thought to be a mer ransient effusion is being snap ped up by collectors and i up as current pop hits The Partridge Family, J o h Denver and Donny Osmond ar putting out the work of prolifi writers of the 50's, Neil Sedaka Paul Anka and the late Budd Holly. An excellent album aLso available featuring voice, Tom The Last Picture Show Tony Bennett, Johnny Ray, J Stafford and Lefty Frizzell. _ BYE BIG BIRD: If sonv thing isn't done, and Sesame Street will exit CJOC TV as of September 8. Ihe show is caught in th CRTC crunch which' require that stations carry 60 per cen Canadian programming over all, with 50-per cent in prim time. Before the howl goes up tl show's supporters should t aware of the problems facin the broadcasters. No time can be sold In tl show (a b'.essing from the vie1 er's angle) it does co CLCC CLCC Broadcasls over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru News Hourly Wealher Half Hour 7-00 John Malekotf Carol Soars Doug Gosien Major News See It It's New AT ANGLO COMPACT DIG1TAI CLOCK RADIO Push fautlcn controls, sculprured cabinet, pedestal base. Plays up to 60 minules before sot automatically shuts oni manual or aulomalir operation; 24 hour alarm lyslem; Illuminated numerals, dial for cosy time reading ancf nirjht luningi wake- up alafm or radio; large 3" speaker. 3 colors: white, grey or yellow. earphone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fkoloylapluc 419 Slh St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Ift..: "Party Time" Congenial parties a host of new frivndi the time d your life are yours as a member ef our clubE Over club members act as hosts by introducing you 1a other members at our fabulous fun.filled parties, trips and outTngi. me content quota which could revenue producing, line broadc asters are not enal, they would prefer to for quality programming ra- rer than pack the daytime with leap material but it's a case you can't have your Cookie lonster and eat. All efforts to have Sefame treet and shows ot similar ilk laced in a neutral content area ave received the brush-off and Tax break system delayed CALGARY (CP) Premier Lougheed says he wil _ot proceed with a system o ax incentives for Alberta bus! nessmen until the effects of fed eral tax changes are known. The Progressive Conservativi government has promised tax jteaks will be given to smal )usinesse5 to offset the effects of federal changes, particular _y the introduction of a capita [ains tax. "The treasury people are try ing to get some statistics on i now and how the new b i 1 said the premier in a: interview. If I said we were going to give an income tax adjustmen to small businesses to offset the capital gains tax v, would have no idea if it w adequate." He said the Alberta system is about two years away. For Information without obligation, phone 327-7935 A Personal Interview is Required! Top Hat Dance Club INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATED MEMBER 1972 Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short "Last Picture Show" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Easy Rider" I Lost Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Groundstar Conspiracy" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Joe Kidd" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Shoot Out" "Sometimes a Great Notion' One Complete Show e only hope lies in pressure om an informed public. Don't just call the station or r favorite 'phone-in show letter to the CRTC will be uch more effective. Here's the ddress: Canadian Radio-Tele sion Commission, 100 Metcalff reel Ottawa, K1A-ON2. To the s u m m e: in Munich; from the pectacular opening through th :ars, tensions and triumphs lis is great television. Coverage is top notch cross the dial although ther s still a natural national bia nd commentators continue t et in the way of the action Vone, except Mhe gent coverin be boxing who got heated whe be decision went against Daf .ndersen of Rocky Mount a i louse has so far blown his coc o the extent of the BBC iprter of yesteryear who los us classic reserve to cheer o British runner. Hollywoo used to find some ripe picking among the sports stars rohnny Weismuller, B u s t e ;rabbe as Tarzan, Sonji Hen n a string of skating musica! sther Williams in water ba et-hoo. Nowadays a Joe Nam alth does not guarantee box-o ice success perhaps becau. here's more drama in the re .hing. Ar.d the old Dominion Cinema ;n Edinburgh, Scot, built 34 years ago and seating pat- rons is being twinned into Do- minions 1 and 2. This follows a North American trend which al- lows for the showing of a re- stricted movie in one house, a family or adult show In t'other and is saving the big cinemas from packing it up. So What? Get fflie Scottish twist, they're adding a fully licensed bar and I used to think the profits came from the popcorn sales! 7HE LETHBRIDGE Hfc'rfALD 7 BKGAN IN VANCOUVER George. C. Hobertson, execu- live producer of Sun- day night information series, Weekend, began his career with the CBC as a producer-trainee in Vancouver In 1954. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablovisTon Ch. 6) FRIDAY Truth or Consequences Comer Pvlo Teleprobs 7 Ic) MiVie: Nighl Without Sleep Summer Olympics Tommy Hunler The UnlouchBbles News (c) Wealher, sports (c) Hey Taxi (e) Movie: Duel In tha Sun 5ATURPAT Plnnxchlo (c) Spinermin Marine Dov capl. scarlet Tumlileweed Wrestling World of Man Klahanie (c) Summer Quebec Race 'CFCN-TV Lethbridga Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4} FRIDAY Neman's .tercel News 1C; Beat the Story Theatre The D.A. Rough Sports Digesl Nalional Film pierra Bfifton Board Movie: Tennis Vanished [Par! 1) Movie: Salurday'l SATURDAY Hero (c> _____........ Ttaught for Day World of Sports Night In Jericho CO Rocky and Friends Canada-Russia FBI Underdog HocKev KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cableviiion Ch. 9) children's Film Festival (c) Baseball Tennis Scoony Doo (c) Danger Is Business CO FRIDAY News News (O O'Hara (c) Movie: On the Double Magic Circus {c) News Ic) Tonight Shew SATURDAY CGF Tclecourja Harlem Globetrotters ccl Hair Bear Quncii Pebbles Arcnle Sabrina Jcile and Tne Monfcees You Are there Htt KFBB-TV Greet Fails Channel 5 Ch. 11} FRIDAY SATURDAY JonnY Quest Password News Lencelot Unfe News