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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesoey, April 23, tempmuuE TV highlights TUESDAY SPORTS SPECIAL: NHL Play-off, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. New York Is in Philadelphia for another play-off game in the semi-finals series. SCIENCE-FICTION MOVIE: Planet Earth, p.m., Ch. 11. John Saxon and Janet Margolin star in this story about an advanced race of men trying to aid a decadent world. COMEDY-DRAMA: Corpse and Robbers, p.m., Ch. 13. Helen Hayes and Mildred Natwick star in this comedy where Ernesta is receiving strange phone calls from a voice which sounds like a dear old friend who is supposed to be dfad. MOVIE CRIME-DRAMA: Chandler, p.m., Ch. 11. Warren Gates and Leslie Caron star in this throwback to the detective flicks of the 1940s. MOVIE DRAMA: The Sergeant, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Rod Steiger is the star in this tale of repressed homosexuality in the peacetime Army. WEDNESDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Lou Jacobi talks about some of his broadway hits. MOVIE MYSTERY: Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Peter Lawford stars as the famed amateur sleuth in this tale about the hunt for a strangles- PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisor) Stations. Any variation in program schedule if due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. A time to smile Tony winners show their awards on the stage of New York's Shubert Theatre. They are, from left, Christopher Plummer, best musical actor for his performance in Virginia Capers, best musi- cal actress for her role in Colleen Dewhurst. named best actress for her performance in "A Moon for the Misbegotten" and Michael Moriarty, the best actor for his role in "Find Your Way Monday Ihru Friday 6 50 Farm News News. Wthr., Sport CHEC 1090 it S 00 Chccline 12 30 News Prices 5 00 News, Wthr Sports CJOC 1220 Claims some powers in real life 5 00 Probe 1220 6 00 World at Six 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12.00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices Actor sure of clairvoyant role 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sporti b 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 900am-3 00pm Concie's Carousel 3 00-6 00 p m Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midmghl Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Mon- day Tuesday thru Friday De'l King GBR 1010 Tuesday 7 00 As it Happens a 10 '1 uesday Nignt 10 00 News 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights a Week 10 30 Dr Bundolas Pandemonium 11 03 Rupertsland Rock Slide Wednesday Morning 5 30 Warm-Ups" 6 05 Calgary Eye Opener 8 00 World at Eight 8 10 Eve Opener 9 00 World at (Nine 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1 55 Stock Market 2 03 Take Time 2 30 Off the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Homerun 6 00 World at Six By WAKA TSUNODA NEW YORK (AP) Joel Grey plays a clairvoyant in his latest film, Man on a Swing, and claims some modest powers along that line in real life. "The producers screen- tested two or three others, but I just auditioned in their of- fices in New Grey said. "Even before the deals were made, I knew I was go- ing to get the role. Maybe that was the beginning of that kind of perception." Even so, he said, he couldn't see himself in the role of Franklin Wills, a man who offers to help solve a murder through his "visions." "But whenever I say I'm wrong for a certain role, I in- variably end up playing it. I couldn't picture myself as the emcee in Cabaret or as George M. Cohan in George M! either." "Join The Pepsi People Feeling Free" JIMMY BAIRD The City ol Lethbridge Community Services Department announces that Jimmy Baird of Standoll has been added to the list of instructors for the Games City Hockey School, along with Les Colwill, Hector Negrello, Gary Canadme, Allan Rowntree and guest instructor Vic Stasiuk Baird played his Junior Hockey in Flin Flon and played pro hockey for New York, Seattle, Vancouver, Baltimore and Los Angeles He also toured Europe with the Drumheller Miners, and has instructed at hockey schools for the past five years The Games City Hockey School mail-in registration forms will be appearing in the local paper each Saturday during the month of April For further information please contact 328-2341, Local 256 or 327-1310 Tonight thru Saturday TUMBLEWEED' AT THE MINERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only Tuesday 5.00 O NHL Semi Finals O Maude (D News 5-25 (B Get Smart 5 30 (D Truth or Consequences Q Sanford and son 5 55 CD News 6 00 (D Happy Days 0 Adam 12 6 30 (D Hawaii Five-0 01 Movie Planet Earth O All in the Family 7 00 Q M A S H 7 30 (B Mystery Movie The Snoop Sisters O Some Honorable Members Q Dirty Sally 8 00 ID Marcus Welby O Emergency O Hawaii Five-0 9 00 IB Marcus Welby O Bob Newhart 0) News O Mews 9 30 O Tonight Show O Hollywood Squares ID Movie Chandler 10 00 (B Knjak O Mission Impossible 11 00 (B News O News 11 20 (B News O PM 12 00 IB Merv Griffin O Movie The Sergeant Wednesday Morning 5 15 O Understanding our World 5 45 O Salute to Agriculture 5 55 (B Thought for the Day Ot Farm News 6 00 O University of the Air O Today Show ID Captain Kangaroo 6-30 Yoga 0 Pmnochio 7 00 a of Ox. O> Canada A M. ID News O Today in Montana 7.15 O Farm and City Today 7 30 0 Secrets of the Kitchen O G.-imbil 8 00 O Uncle Bobby ill Audrey O Now You Sec It 8 30 O Rrt Allen ID Romper Room O Hollvwood Squares (D Jack LaLanne 5 00 IB This Week O Jackpot O Polka Dot Door ID The Young and Restless 9 15 IB Parlons Francois 9 30 IB Access B Mon Ami Friendly Giant O Celebrity Sweepstakes ID Search for Tomorrow 10 Lifestyle O Western Schools O Jeopardy ID All My Children 10 30 O Mr Dress Up ID Let's Make a Deal O As the World Turns. IB Pay Cards 11 00 a Sesame Street IB Fred Davis Show O Days of Our Lives 0) Ncwlywed Game 11 30 ffi News B The Doctors 12 30 ID News 12.00 CB Buckshot B Pink Panther ID Gener.il Hospital O Another World 12 30 IB FlinKtones B Truth or Consequences 0) One Life to Live B Match Game 1 00 IB Movie Ellery Queen Don't Look Behind You O Lei's Make a Deal ID Love American Style B Tattlctales 1 30 a General Hospital B Mike Douglas ID Dinah's Place 2 00 a Our Town ID Three on a Match 2 30 ft) Somerset ID Girl m Mv l-ife 3 00 B Take Thirty IB Another World ID Split Sceond B Joker's Wild 3 30 ID What's the Good Word a Edge of Night B News ID Brady Ranch 4 00 B Family Courl ID Anything You Can Do a Password 8 News 4 30 (D Mod Squad B This Innd B News ID news SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE MACKINTOSH MAN" in color. Starring Paul Newman. Tuesday, April 23 show at p.m. ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLACK GUN" in 'color. Starring Jim Brown. Tuesday, April 23 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DEEP THRUST" in color. Tuesday, April 23 show at 8'15 p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "THE RUNAWAY" and "FANNY HILL MEETS LADY CHATTERLY" in color. Double Feature. Tuesday, April 23 show starts p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Grey was wearing a black turtleneck sweather, grey pants and black boots during an interview in his hotel a broad smile. The smile was brought on by re- views of the new movie that unanimously hailed his per- formance as a tour de force. "I'm very excited about he said. "I still get excited over things that work prop- erly. In creative things, the difference between working and. not working is so thin." Man on a Swing is the first film for the slim, 5-foot-5 per- former since Cabaret, for which he won an Academy Award. It is also his first ma- jor non-musical vehicle. Has he always wanted to be a dra- matic actor? "I always have he protested. "There has never been any confusion in my mind. It was only in the pub- lic's for a period, because I had a fluke success as a night club song-and-dance man at age 18. "It sort of stopped my abil- ity to gain access to roles on the stage and in films be- cause there are so many ster- pigeonholes that people insist you fit into. "I'm sure after this film, I'll be offered parts like Franklin Wills. For a while, I was only getting German em- cee offers. After each role you play, people say, 'Oh, that's what he does.' They have difficulty in coping with the fact that an actor needs to play many roles." What does he think of extra- sensory perception? "I'm yet to be a believer but I'm not an said the 42-year-old star. "I think everyone has psychic experiences. The person I'm most extra-sensory about is my wife. And I think that's because we are very tuned in. Most recently I was in San Francisco, and I bought a crystal heart for her. When she came to San Francisco (from Malibu where they re- I gave her the heart and she gave me. Grey stopped in mid-sen- tence, sprang up, flew into the adjoining room and returned with a clenched fist. He opened it to reveal a per- fectly heart-shaped piece of sea glass. "My wife found this on the beach taking a walk just be- fore she came to see me." True to his contention that he wants to play many roles in all areas of show business, he was doing a two-week stint at a night club here. Ziegler wins booby prize for 'humor' PARIS (Reuter) Press secretary Ronald Ziegler was awarded the booby prize by a group of humorists today for "unconscious humor" in rep- resenting United States Presi- dent Nixon. The repudiated 1922 Russian government awarded him by the Association for the Pro- motion of Humor in Inter- national Affairs set up by three Americans in the French capital. APHIA was started by law- yers Alfred Davidson and Richard Moore and United Nations official John Fobes because, they said, "most of our world leaders today seem to lack the lightness of touch that would help them to com- municate and relate with people." The prizes were presented at a luncheon here by NATO's Secretary-General Joseph Luns of the Netherlands who said of the booby prize: "If you can find someone better than (Libyan leader) Col. Khadafy then I leave it to you." The jury chose Ziegler. The award for the world's top funny man, which carried a cash prize of went to American columnist Art Buchwald. The L.C.I. Band Fund Committee PRESENTS The Jazz Scene Special Guest Artists and the 1974 Provincial Champion L.C.I. Stage Band "IN CONCERT" TUESDAY, APRIL 30th p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION per person available at LEISTER'S, MUSICLAND (3rd 13th St. S. and it CENTRE VILLAGE AND COLLEGE MALLS on Thurs., Fit, Sit., Apr. 25, 26, 27, and from all bind students. Door Prizes All proceeds direct to L.C.I. Band Fund to enable band to participate in National Stage Band Finals Toronto, and Expo Washington. University TV station serves campus, public OTTAWA (CP) Carleton University Television (CUTV) is unique in serving both the university and the Ottawa community. It is a training ground for students in journalism, arts, architecture, engineering and social work, while also providing local cable TV channels with docu- mentaries. In February a program called It Happen Here? produced by a group of third-year journalism students, was presented on Ottawa cablevision. In March a follow-up program called It Couldn't Happen Here, a documentary on news coverage of the Detroit riots, was also shown on cable TV. Jim Millard, manager of Carleton University's television operations, said more programs are scheduled for the future. CUTV is only one branch of what is known at Carleton as the instructional-aids depart- ment. Its divisions include audio-visual, theatre, film and media production, which in- cludes teivision. The TV department's facil- ities include portable television equipment used primarily by students for on location production, a workshop for maintenance of equipment, two television studios, one of which is color, and master control, which includes a campus television cable distribution systm. There is also a videotape room that contains two broad- cast-quality video recorders and is climate-controlled for storage of videotapes and film. Carleton has facilities for producing anything from a low-budget small-format television production to a broadcast- quality two-inch videotape in color suitable for any com- mercial broadcasting station. Fourth-year journalism stu- dent Tony Deyal has recently shown that students, working with CUTV resources, can produce high-quality work. As a research project, he produced a half-hour documentary on Carleton professor Mel scientist and Semanticist. The production has been called a technically -expert and engrossing half-hour of en- tertainment. About 20 people are involved full-time in the day-to-day operation of the television department. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: 7.00 9.15 McQ. 9.30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA THE STING. 7.15 925 No Short Subjects. TWO COMPLETE SHOWS ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA PAPILLON: 6 30 9'00 No Short Subjects- TWO COMPLETE SHOWS' 6'30 9'00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE THE BRAIN- 8'00 A DOLL'S HOUSE- 10.00 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. GATES OPEN: 7.30 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount NOW SHOWING Thru Thursday ADULT WAYNE ON WHEELS! JOHN WAYNE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR Tonight thru THURSDAY it takes is a little Confidence. ADULT NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD ROBERT SHAW A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM STING' college cinema NOW SHOWING SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Escape Is Everything! CONTAINS VIOLENT SEQUENCES' ALLIED ARTISTS prrsi-iiii, _ STEVE DUSTin jncQUEEn HOFFimn in a FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER Mm green acres drive-in ALEC WEDNESDAY and THURS. ADULT HITLER: THE LAST TEN DAYS SECOND FEATURE I "I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night. Alive as you or me." compltto p.m. Joe Hill ki Cokif Ptramoufit Piclure ENDS 'THE BRAIN'with DAVID NIVEN TONITE: "DOLLS HOUSE" Wild CLAIRE BLOOM n ;