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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta [TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIii DRAMA: "The 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.. An liour for and aboul animal lovers wilh Chad Everclt ns host and narrator. COMEDY: 1'lensc 0 p.m., tli. 13. Hcporls of a Inrkinj; near the school result in an excess of amateur sleuthing and an embairnssing case of mistaken identity. DRAMA: Emergency! 9 p.m, Ch. 11. A variety of prob- lems face the paramedics in their efforts lo get accident victims to hospital sjuifklv. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch, 13. Novelist Jason King Inmls in the middle of a real-life spy story. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Devil's p.m.. Ch. 7. An escaped convict, forces three hostages lo help him clucie the pnlice. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Uli. 13. Tonight Hie nnd special guests are all around eight years of age. THURSDAY MOVIK DRAMA: 12 noon, Cli. 7. A planta- tion owner brings home a new wife who proceeds to make a play for his manager. SPECIAL: Apollo 1C, p.m. Cli. 1. The LEM is sched- uled to bogn Us doscenL to the lunar surface. MOVIK WESTERN: 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A double-crossed sheriff vs. Apache allacks, gunfights and stampedes. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings fMgrami Cre by Ihe radio and Iclevlilon itailoiri. Any variation In program li dim 14 lan- change! by the itatlanj and li nor the raipen- tlbllity of the Hgrald or Anglo DitltlhuMn Stereo end Pnolographte Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Conlemporory News WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY I eo Dan dark J Jack New'feid Checline CO John Oli Kir.g CJOC WEDNESDAY N'GHT THURSDAY NettS, Wlhr, Sport fiiDOV.'crid al SU Jim Elliot 1-MNevs and Grain John Walter CUf. Ncv.s Prices Request Line 7-Sn, Wlhr, Sport i-flSJack inva BMJoMn rharlM Phone Bill Show a.m. Dcug iVayne Barry Jcnn son Show Prots 1220 t.M World a1 ilx ir CHEC FM -fr Ncws Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour Consie) Dc.n Heflman Don Mac Master 1.GO Sign-Off MON. THRJ SAT. Don MacMas'cr (Bnb CBR Radio 1010 Calgnry WEDNESDAY NIGHT F Wcrlrl A! Six Ai II Happens 11-33 11 en' fn Rock News, Sporls, Wlhr IzllO Jazz 'Track a Eye Opc-ner Chamber e.CJV.'orld al S .i'ra TnJs Cri-Dlry in Rock RBdiO [joon MlS 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 got to see it to believe it! Sea the complete Sony line ol ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Ofeieo avia Centei 419 b. Phono 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: fAfday W.ovlc The Dcvili Choice f.lovir: M.t BlLO IHURSDAY Ripcc-rd Msvia 10.00 TOA Romper ROCTI Mr. Drrssup .'3 Navy 10.30 Friendly Gmnf Cher Sesame Kl Drcp In J 00 Trutn or CFCN-TV Icthbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) Be-Aifcn-d U) Ncv.s fcl 11 ;40 Pendllurrt 7 IS Itioughl lor Day Unlveriily ol Air House Porlons Francaii i 10-00 In 10. JO Ed AUsn Pierre Derlon ;3-30 Bffll Ihe Clerk: 1 :DO Wftvip: Gunpoint Chill's Ihe Gcc-d Word (c) Family Affair BucVsnot Dic< Van KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevislon Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT fl-3Q Corctnlralion Edge of Night If Tjkcr, a Lol of 9.DO Sale of Ihe Century LO--C American Love (t) Hollywood Squares S'vie (c) Wpdieal Crnlri ID'OO Jeopardy Affair Cc) 6 M 10.3D Wlio, Where 9.M Cannon Gamefc) ArnAleur's Guide !o 10 y] lo.Si Love fe) 10 30 Toniijlil It.00 4.M My Three Sens THURSDAY 11.30 As World Ttrni News N8C W'3hriV 6 0-1 Itxlay in Wonlars Anofher Dick' Van (c) KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel S [Cab.'evliion Ch. 11) VrEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY MaXe a Deal J.30 6 2S r-arm Ic) NewlyAed Garr.l 6.M slKra Rooni capfain Kangaroo T Vi l Ko fl M Din9n'A Our Lives (c) Mifly FeJdman V-M Aulrey fc) Machine c GaurrrM 9.W Emergency 10 PO v.hs g mH 10-30 Smith lo.irj foi II. MAM ---J Darlno Gamt GourmH i-cl Spiil Eeccnd 10 ro y.'hsre rhe Heart li 4-50 Be.vltched PaiiisDrd leaves home after 27 years NEW YORK (AP) Televi- sion personality McMalioH has left bis wile of 27 years and will live in California alone when the Johnny Carson To- night show moves lo Bin-hank next moiilli, a spokesman for Mrs. Wc.Mahon said here. The spokesman described Mrs. McMahoii as "devastated" mid the couple's four children as "very hurl." Ife said McManon, announcer on the NBC Tonight show and a popular figure on olher pro- grams and in personal appear ances, "left home six weeks ago and the bouse in Bronxville is for sale." Tlie spokesman said Hie larn- ily split bewail with Carson s successful fiphl to have NBC j originate his popu- lar of Ibe laic-night talk pro- Durbank rallicr than New York. "Mrs. McMahon and the chil- dren were all very excited about the he said, "But Mr. McMahon told bis wife, Alyce, (but he was by success and. as a result, was never at home anyway. The M c M n b o n s have (uo daughters, 211 and 18. and two sons 21 and 12. NEW YORK CCP) Clarinet- ist Tony who played with many leading Dixieland bands', died in hospital here. He was 71. Parcnli was a nalivc of New Orleans and his slyle was com- pared with other leading New Orleans clarinetisls such as Sid- ney Bechel, Barney Bigard and Johnny DocJds. 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 Uauduc, Benny Goodman, Ben Pollack and loured wilh the Ted Lewis band for six years. He laler became one ol Ihe regular players at ICddic Con- don's, Jimmy Ryan's and Ihe Melropole, three ol New York's most prominent jazz clubs. ['ARM A, Italy (AC) Mercedes Fortunati, noted Ital- ian soprano ot the 1310s and 1950s, died in a I'arma hospi- tal. Slio was 55. IMiss Forlunali, who rose to fame in her early 20s had taken part in oper.ilic works through out the She was particu- larly known for her rendition of Olbello. El) McMAIlON family split WcJnosrfay, April 1972 THE UIHBEIOGE HERAIO 5 NEW YOHK (CP) Tile award-winning French-Canadian film Mon Oncle Anloine opened here to mixed critical review. The HO-niimitc production by Claude Julra, the winner of eight awards at last October's I Canadian Film Festival, is do- scribed by New York News crilic Kathleen Carroll as "an affeclionale dissection of b'fe in a French-Canadian mining lown." "It has humor, and a degree of she writes. "Whal is lacking somehow is (French direclor Francois) TruffauL's warmth." Vincent Canby of the New York Times writes lhal 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 Eeli-discovciy." Canby adds: "As the zoom L.C.I. STUDENTS COUNCIL PRESENTS "BYE, BYE BIRDIE" A MUSICAL Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday MAY T6-T7- IB- 19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKETS: EACH Available at Lofsler'i or a I tho LCI Julra never lives o[ bosses lliu eye and tplls it whore to look, Iho film keeps bossing (he cmolions in such ways that even (he quite charming perrormanccs by prorcssiona] aelors and fhifiliy seem as studied and niecbanical as the film ilself." Canby snvs Julia's perform- ance as Ihe assistant lo Uncle Anloine is ''probably the film's best performance." The slory is set in Quehcc's asbestos mining country in (he 1940s and deals wilh Ihe of ot Benooit, played by Jacques Gagnon, u'lio lives and works in Ihe general store opcr- altd by Uncle Anloine. Jean Duccppc plays Antoine who doubles ns the community's undertaker. Clemout I'erron wrote tbc screenplay about his own hoy- hood experiences in rural Black Lake, Que., where 'he, movie was filmed. The French-language film, wilh subtitles, was judged the best film and hcsl screenplay at (lie Seventh Chi- cago International Film festi- val and also lias been shown at eslivals in Moscow and Pli- liers, France. Ex-Beatle hearing deferred NEW YORK (Neuter) An immigration hearing to decide whether former Bcatle John Lcnnon and his wile, Yoko Ono, should be deported from the United States was adjourned Tuesday to May 2. The coupfc's visas expired Feb. 29, hut they had indicated their intention to file applica- tions for permanent residence iu (ho U.S. A possible barrier lo Lcnnon's application is his 1965 convicUoii in Britain (or marijuana posscs- sioh. At Tuesday's hearing, the cou- ple's laywer, Leon V.'ildes, un- successfully tried lo have Ihe deportation procecilings dropped. In seeking to end the proceed- ings, VTilrte.s said he feared a repetition of "error ol (he Charhe Chaplin rcfor- oncc to immigration proceed- ings which led to the famous screen comedian's departure from the U.S. 20 years The lawyer said the couple's talcnls were so highly regarded Ihat they probably appeared on "more records than anyone in the history of music." OTTAWA The de- fence department has settled on replacement of (he heavy Centu- rion lank will) the light Scor- pion, a tracked (ire-support ve- hicle, (or Canadian NATO forces in ICuropc. A department spokesman said today thai Hie Hritish Scorpion has hecn the: front-runner for some time in shopping for a re- placement vehicle that fit in a revised role for Cana- dian forces in Germany. Tlir revised role, established four years tvas to Irans- form [he Canadian NATO ground foi cc into a iifilit, air- pjrlaWe from a mecha- nized combat brigade. That Vuis also invnhrtl ing manpower to a'louL I Europe from Canada has Lrau-pnrL capable of airliflinr. Ihc pion. bill not Ihc Oulunnn. AHhoUBli dcfrnrc have setllcd an Scorpion. purchase contract v.i'h Ibe liij1 has not Ijcrn Lead u VANCOUVER co Ltd, today an i'i- creasc in its domestic price for lead of one-linlf-ccnl n pound lo 16 cents a pound. mm MO VIES '-VoU LIKE -BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TIIB TiOBE" In Technicolor. Wednesday, .ApriJ.19 only. 2 and p.m. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "SUMMRR OP '42- In color. Wednesday. Tliursday, Friday and Saturday, April 19. 20. 21 and 22. Wednes- day show at p.m. Reslricled Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "MIIXIQN DOLLAR DUCK" In Techni- color. Slarring Dean Jones. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. April IB. 20 nnd 21. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN S7 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY-APRIL 20-CHEMOS FRIDAY-APRIL 21-CHEMG5 SATURDAY-APRIL 22-METROS 71100 REEN ACRES TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY WOULD YOU BUY A USED SIAVE FROM THIS MANP James Garner Skin LouGossett Susan Clark ADULT 'OMEGA Release spy TEL AVIV (AP) Israel re- leased Arthur Paterson from prison Tuesday and deported Ihe 72-year-old spy lo London. Paterson, a freelance phologra- pher, was arrested by Israeli security agents in April, 1970. as he was taking photographs of a military installation. The tall, bespectacled JingUslunan was sentenced to eight years for spying for Egypt. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suile B-304 ilh SI. i. Ph. 327-7244 lelhfaridgi Starts Tomorrow Time were the innocent dm, but the summer ended with a storm iliis YEAR'S ADULT CjRANtj pRIZE WJNNER AT CANNES filM fESTiVAl 2 nl and p.m. juliE chmsTJE bATB BETWEEN Iciqlno.v mdqriAvt dOMINic LAST TIMES TONIGHT "DEATH IN VENICE" In Color wilh Dirk Bogardo Scl on fire HONG KONG (Reuler) Five United Slates worships vore .srL on fire in attacks by Norlh Vietnamese forces (luring the two days, Hadio Hanoi reported today. A V i c I namese language broadrast did not identify the warships which were believed operating of the Vielnauicse coast. FEW DOCTORS Kthinnia has one doctor for even.' persons. Sliort Subjects "diny on Heniy 7 10: CO Last Complete Show Short Subjects 3: Sn "De.llli in Venice" Ctmiplcle Show rOJ.LEOK CI.NE.MA Siioi t Suhjct-t.s and Men's Eyes" Last Complete Show CHEI.V ACRES IJIHVE-IN "Omega Man" ''Skin Gamp" Cv.e Sliosv Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER "BEST SCREENPLAY" A Joseph Janrii producer, of John. Schlesuiger's Rim RESTRICTED ADULT Bloody i tarring Glenda Jackson PeterRnch MurrayHead iriifa TonyHritton Maurice Dcnham Bessie Ijjre VH'Un Pickles "FORTUNE IN MEN'S EYES" 1N coloR ENDS lONICHT DRIVE-IN Gafei ot p.m. Show Sforli p.n _ Starts Tomorrow Tn 111 -i Matinee at p.m. Evening p.m. MATINEES THURS., FRI. and SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M. Nominated for I7ivc Academy Awards including Best Aclrcss Chosen for the Royal Film Performance 1972 ADULT Vanessa Al-bl ValliSPioduclion Redgrave T. i Dal ton Davenport [Howard '85T 1 t- Ends Tonight-The Carry on Gang in "Carry on Henry" in Color ;