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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 19, 1972 THE U1HBMDGE UERAID 5 HIGHLIGHTS: WEDNESDAY MOVIii DRAMA: "Tile Blue 0 p.m., Cli. 7. An old sailor and two children are shipwrecked on a lonely South Sea island. DOCUMENTARY: It Takes a Lot of Love, 6 p.m., Ch.. S. An hour for and about animal lovers with Chad Everett ns host and narrator. COMEDY: IMcasc fl p.m., Cli. 13. Reports of a n-.dcsler lurking near the school result in an excess of amateur slcuching and an embarrassing case of mistaken identity. DRAMA: Emergency! S p.m, Ch. 11. A variety of prob- lems face the paramedics in their efforts to get accident victims to hospital quickly. ADVENTURE: Jnsuu King, p.m., Ch. 13. Novelist Jason King lands in the middle of a real-life spy story. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Devil's Choice." p.m.. Ch. 7. An escaped convict, forces three hostages to help him elude the police. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. Tonight the audeince and special guests are, all youngsters around eight years of age. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 12 noon, Ch. 7. A planta- tion owner brings home a new wife who proceeds lo make a play for his manager. SPECIAL: Apollo 1C, p.m. Ch. 7. The LEM is sched- uled to bcgn its descent to the lunar surface. MOVIE WESTERN: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A double-crossed sheriff vs. Apache attacks, gunfighls and stampedes. Ed leaves home after ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program Cre listed by the radio and feteviilon nations. Any variation in program ii dim tcr lait- changes by the stations and Is not the respon- tibllity of the Herald or Anglo Disirlbuten Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon Conlemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Conlemporory News THURSDAY WEDNESDAY K1GKT Dave King John Oliver Kir, CJOC WEDNESDAY N'GKT THURSDAY NeAS, W1hr, Sporl World al SU Jim Elliot and Grain John Walker CUC wev.s Prices Request Line News, W1hr, Sport iart itwt B'OT Jonn Charles Phone Bill 5h a.m. Dcug I'.'ayne Barry son Show Prots mi fM W. John Walker orld a1 si Hedman -OK CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour MON. THRJ SAT. Ccnsie) A-M Don MacTAastcr r. ri Vrr Concerts (Bob Jon macrAasrer ,.wj jijr CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Flue a Eye Opener nn it M I v 10-nO Vancouver Chamber v.'orld at 8 worm AI six orchestra This Cconlry As II Happens in Rock. Radio Noon Concern News. Sporls, V.'lrir schools 10-00 News, Sporls, Jazz Track Ferguson lO'lo the Capitals THURSDAY wend al 6 CJOC-TV Channel WEDNESDAY iVovle: Blue Lagc d vi j'-u'a- "T 8.00 F TRA 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) Farm Ancf CHy Ou Town 0 Ne (r) 27 years We have them Sony 12" and 17" COLOR TELEVISION The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have go! to see it to believe it! See rhc complete Sony line al ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Centet SWi St. S. Phono 328-6922 NEW YORK (AP) Televi- sion personality Ed McMahon has left his wife of 27 years and will live in California alone when the Johnny Carson To- night show moves lo Bin-bank text, month, a spokesman for Mrs. McMahon said here. The spokesman described Mrs. AIcMahon as "devastated" and the couple's four children as "very burl." He said McManon, announcer on the N'RC Tonight show and a popular figure on oilier and in personal appear anccs, "left home six weeks ago and the house in Bronxville is for sale.'1 Tlie spokesman said the farn- ilv split with Carson's successful (ipht to have NBC originate his popu- lar of the late-night talk pro- Burbank rather than New York. "Airs. McMahon and the chil- dren were all very excited about the he said, "But Mr. McMahon told his wife, Alyce, (hat he was "trapped by success" and. as a result, was never at home anyway. The M c M a h a n s have two daughters, 2G and 18. and two sons 21 and 12. NEW YORK (CP) Clarinet- ist Tony who played with many leading Dixieland jazz bands, died in hospital here, lie was 71. Parenti was a native oE New Orleans and his style was com- parer! with other leading New Orleans clarinetists such as Sid- ney Bechet, Barney Bigard and Johnny Dodds. He began playing jazz at the age of 14 but moved to New York in 1927. He played for many leading swing and dixie- land bands, including those of Ray Bauduc, Benny Goodman, Ben Pollack and toured the Ted Lewis band for six years. He later became one of the regular players at Eddie Con- don's, Jimmy Ryan's and the Melropole, three of New York's most prominent jazz clubs. I'ARM A, Italy (At') Mercedes Fortimati, noted Ital- ian soprano of the 1910s and 1950s, died in a Parma hospi- tal. She was 55. Miss Fortunati, who rose to fame in her early 20s had taken part in operatic works through out the world. She was particu- larly known for her rendition of Othello. McMAIlON family split Canadian play JL NEW YORK (CP) The award-winning French-Canadian tilm Mon Oncle Antoine opened .lulra never tires ot bosses ttiu eye and tolls it where to look, the film keeps bossing {he emotions in such ways that even (he quite charming performances by professional here to mixed critical review. The HO-mlmite production by Claude Julra. the winner of eight awards at last October's I actors and amateurs, finally Canadian Film Festival, is de-1 seem as studied and mechanical scribed by New York News as the film itself. Ex-Beatle hearing deferred NEW YORK (Heutcr) An immigration liearing to decide whether former Bcatle John Letinon and his wile, Yoko Ono, should be deported from the United States was adjourned Tuesday to May 2. The couple's visas expired Feb. 29, hut they had indicated their intention to file applica- tions for permanent residence in (he U.S. A possible barrier to Lcimon application is his 1968 conviction in Britain for marijuana posses- sion. At Tuesday's hearing, the cou- ple's Leon V.'ildes, un- successfully tried to have (he deportation proceedings dropped. In seeking to end the proceed- ings, Wildes said he feared a repetition of the "error ot the Charlie Chaplin refer- ence to immigration proceed- ings which led to the famcuis screen comedian's departure from the U.S. 20 years ago. The lawyer said the couple's talcnls were so highly regarded that they prohahly appeared on "more records than anyone in the history of music." OITANYA (CP) The de- fence department lias settled on replacement of Uic heavy Centu- rion tank with (he light Scor- pion, a tracked fire-support ve- for C ;i n a cl i a n NATO forces in Europe, A department spokesman said today that the British Scorpion has boon then front-runner for some time in shopping for a re- placement vehicle that would fit in with a revised role for Cana- dian forces in Germany. The revised role, established four years to trans- form [Jie Canadian NATO ground force into a Sight, air- porlablc group from a mecha- nized combat brigade. That change hcis also involved ing manpower to 5.000 In Europe from IQ.OW. Canada has tr air-port cnpablc of Itu1 S' MT- pion, but not Uie Oitfunon. AUliouph dctcnrc have settled rjn UK: Scorpion. purchase contract the isb has not Ijern pinned. Lead pricr np VANCOUVER rvmiiri- co Ltd, today announced an in- crease; in its domestic price fur lead of one-IiaJT-ctnt a pound lo 16 cents a pound. critic Kathleen Carroll as "an affectionate dissection of life in French-Canadian mining town." "It has humor, and a degree of she writes. "What is lacking somehow is (French director Francois) Truffaut's warmth." Vincent Canby of the New York Times writes that the film "explores familiar emotional landscapes as if by guided tour. "Shot by picturesque shot, narrative detail by narrative de- tail, the film is so calculated to evoke humor, nostalgia sadness and regret that it leaves very little room for self-discovery." Canby adds: "As the zoom L.C.f. STUDENTS COUNCIL PRESENTS "BYE, BYE BIRDIE" A MUSICAL Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday MAY 16-17- 18-19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKETS: EACH Available at Leister's or al tho LCI WIRES; UKE'-BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE ROBE" In Technicolor. Wednesdaj', April. 19 only. 2 and p.m. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "SUMMER OF '42" In color. Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 19, 20, 21 and" 22. Wednes- day show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theafre Walt Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" In Techni- color. Starring Dean Jones. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 10. 20 nnd 21. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. Canby says JuLra's perform- ice as the assistant to Uncle itoinc is "probably the film's est performance." The story is set in Quebec's sbestcs mining country in the 940s and deals with the coming age of Benooit, played by acques Gagnon, who lives and orits in the genera! store oper- ttd by Uncle Antoine, Jean Duccppc plays Antoine doubles as the community's ndertakcr. Clement Perron wrote the creenplay about !ns own boy- ood experiences in rural Black ake., Quo., where 'hn movie as filmed- The French-language film, ,'Lth English subtitles, was the best film and best creenplay at the Seventh Chi- ago International Film Fcstl- al and also has been shown at csUvals in Moscow and Pli- iers. France. Release spy TEL AVIV (AP) Israel re- leased Arthur Paterson from prison Tuesday and deported the 72-year-old spy to London. Paterson, a freelance photogra- pher, was arrested by Israeli security agents in April, 1970, as he was taking photographs ot a military installation. The tall, bespectacled Englishman was sentenced to eight years lor spying for Egypt. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suile B-304 St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lelhbridgl Starts Tomorrow Those were the innocent daws, bui the summer ended, with a storm This YEAR'S CjRANcl pRIZE WJNNER AT TrlE CANNES filiYI fESTiVAl ADULT 2 ot and p.m. juliE chmsriE L BETWEEN MidfAtl J LAST TIMES TONIGHT "DEATH IN VENICE" In Color with Dirk Bogardo Set on fire KONG KONG (Renter) Five United States worships were set on fire in attacks by North Vietnamese forces during the last two days, Radio Hanoi reported today. A Viet namese language broadcast did not identify the warships which were believed operating of the Vietnamese coast. 9-30 Drrssup McHale's Navy Canadian Family Cowrl Friendly Gianf Drop In Chtr Melons or 11 :M Sesame Street Consequences CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 [Cabfevision Ch. 4) S-30 DkV Van Dyko Mlssir-Q Link Jacques Cousfeau Plea-e Sir J35W King '11 nc'ffi K> Ntv.s fcl Iticvught lor Day Universily ot Air House of HllrgMs In Sevang Frsncaii c Progra Fashion Parlons Yoga In Conversation Ed Allen Pierre Derton World to) Family Affair Buckshot DicK Van KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CabTevislon Ch. 9) EDNESOAY NIGHT Concer-lrsMor. Edge of Night 0 If Taker, a Let of SalD of 1he Cenfury Love American Love (c) Hollywood Sfvle CO Medical Cenlri Jeopardy Affair tc) WnnniY Who, Whflf, Where 3iOO Lucy Srirw Gamefc) Amateur's Guide Jo News. Love fe) 1KOO Scmeriet My Three Sens As trie World Tumi News News NBC Nightly Nev.'l Decrees (c) Nev.i 9.00 Cannon 10-00 Tonitjlil Show THURSDAY Our V.'nrld Sfllufe Aciricul KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S [Cablevlsion Ch. Tl) WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY Lets MaXe a Deal News 6.1S Farm Mem (c) Garr'' News Captain Kangaroo Dinah's Place Jack LaLanna Secret Storm Partridge Family Eddie's Falser Marly Feldman Aurlrey (c) Comedy Machine c Galloping Gourmet Emergency Where The liV25 Smifn Family Search for rV.ovJe: Alphabet Tomorrow Murders All Chflcfren Our Lives (c) Geneial Hospital Three on a Malch Daring splil Seccnd Heart Is Bewitched Password UC'.vi BINGO 125! 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 2ml JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER T6 YEARS ALIOWED1 ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY-APRIL 20-CHEMOS FRIDAY-APRIL 21-CHEMOS SATURDAY-APRIL 22-METROS FEW DOCTORS Ethiopia has one doctor for every persons. PAHAMOUNT Short Subjects "diriy on Ilcnn1 VIII'1 10: CO Last Complete Show PARAJICH'NT CFXEMA Short Subjects "Death ill Venice" Las! Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Fortvrae and Men's Eyes" Last Complete Show GREKX ACHES DRIVE-IN "Omega Man" "Skin Game" Or.c Coinplcle Show OLLEGE IN E MA PHONE 328-6300 Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER "BEST SCREENPLAY" A Joseph Janrii production of John Schlesinger's Him RESTRICTED ADULT Bloody Sunday itarrine Glenda Jackson. Peter Finch MurrayHead tith Peary Ashcroft TonyBritton MauriceDeniiam Bessie Love VK-ianPicUcs "FORTUNE IN MEN'S EYES" w ENDS TONIGHT C REEK AC RES III -IJI TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY WOULD YOU BUY A USEB SLAVE FROM THIS MANP James Garner Skin LouGossett Susan Clark ADULT H" "OMEGA Chorlton Heiton Gotei ot p.m. Show Starli p.m. Starts Tomorrow Matinee at p.m. Evening p.m. Chosen for the MATINEES THURS., FRI. and SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M. Nominated for Five Academy Awards Royal Film including Performance 1972 ADULT Best Actress Vanessa Rcdoravc Cmtumc Original Dr.iimtu" Hr-t Ait Diicclion it Sri A Hal ValllS Production Redgrave Ends Tonight-The Carry on Gang in "Carry on Henry7' in Color ;