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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuetday, December 3, 1V74 THE LtTMBmuuc TV highlights TUESDAY COMEDY: Good I p.m., Ch. John Amos as James finds a bag full of abandoned robbery loot and must decide whether a clear conscience is better than a fat wallet. DOCUMENTARY: p.m., Ch. 13. The Alberta government has done a survey on mental health. The results of the report are discussed. SPECIAL: Cartoon Festival, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Today's story is called "The Little Mermaid." Richard Chamberlain narrates as a mermaid falls in love with a handsome prince that she sav- ed from "drowning. POLICE DRAMA: Police Story, p.m., Ch. 7. Tony Lo Bianco and Don Meredith star as a detective is brought in when an extortionist threatens to bomb a hotel and has personal ramifications on the case. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Welby, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Robert Young and James Brolin star as an overprotective mother won't let her deaf child have an operation that might restore her hearing because she is fearful of the risks of surgery. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Johnny's scheduled guests are Gore Vidal and Phyllis Newman. CANADA DRY RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Prdgrams are listed by the Radio and Television Stations Any van- at m program schedule IH due to last-minute changes by Ihe atelion and is not the responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Lethbndge Herald Portrayal of Churchill Burton praised by critics LONDON (AP) Richard Burton, who angered many Britons by calling Winston Churchill a coward, portrayed the British wartime leader in a television play Sunday night and some reviewers said it was one of the actor's finest hours. The play, Walk With Destiny, broadcast by the British Broadcasting Corp. was among week-end programs marking the 100th anniversary of Churchill's birth. It covered the years between 1936 and 1940. Advance interest in the production was high because of wide publicity and criticism of anti-Churchill remarks made by Burton in a New York Times article. Bur- ton, 49, described the British statesman, among other things, as "an evil coward on CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday Farm News News, Weather, Sports News, Weather, Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after FREE BAND CONCERT By The Gilbert Paterson School Bands All interested people are invited to attend this concert which begins at p.m. on Thursday, December 5th, at Gilbert Paterson .School, 12 Avenue and 21 Street South. SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOLS, WE NEED YOU! CJOC 1220 Monday thru Friday Probe 1220 World at Six Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Tuesday As it Happens Tuesday Night From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Touch the Earth Folk Circle Wednesday Morning Warm-Ups Calgary Eye Opener World at Seven World at-Eight Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Eye Opener B.B.C. News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson Show Dave Barregar's Calgary World at Six SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ASH WEDNESDAY" starring Elizabeth Taylor, Helmut Berger, Keith Baxter, and Henry Fonda. Tues- day, Wednesday, December 3 and 4. Tuesday show p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PAUL MICHELLE" starring Arncee Alvina and Sean Bury. In color. Tuesday, December 3 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre DOUBLE FEATURE TUESDAY QNLY. One show at p.m. "BIG DOLL HOUSE" and the "YOUNG Restricted Adult. CANADA FREE RECIPES SPICED APPLE NOG 1 egg white 1 teaspoon sugar 1 cup apple juice 1 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon cinnamon Dash of nutmeg 2 large bottles of CANADA DRY GINGER ALE Beat the egg white until it forms soft peaks. Beat in sugar. Combine apple juice, ginger and cinnamon and fold into egg. Pour into 4 tall glasses. Fill with Canada Dry Ginger Ale. Mix gently. Sprinkle nutmeg on top. OPTIONAL: Add your favourite liquor to taste. Serves 4 tall glasses. December 5th p.m. CJOC Television KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE fD O Hollywood Squares O News ID Password O News ID News OD Let's Make A Deal Q News O Movie: Fun In Acapulco (D News Q Good Times Q) Truth or Consequences O Come Back O Mash 0> Happy Days O Hawaii Five-O IB The Little Mermaid IB Movie: The Elevator A Movie: Betrayal Happy Days B Bamaby Jones CJ Police Story flD Marcus Welby O Billy Graham No. 1 25th Anniversary IB Marcus Welby ft Front Page Challenge- O News QD News IB Harry 0 O Up Canada O Tonight Show 0) Movie: In Cold Blood O News Magazine National 09 News IB News Tommy Banks Show 0) Merv Griffin O Tomorrow Movie: I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew (J Wrestling Wednesday Thought for the Day University on the Air Pinnoohio Q Understanding Our World Yoga Wizard of Oz Farm Facts O Salute to Agriculture Farm News Canada A.M. O Today Show Captain Kangaroo Klaras Korner Tales of the Riyerbank CJOC TV O CFCN TV (B CABLE 6 CABLE 4 Q Today in Montana O Juliette ID News O Ed Allen ID Romper Room O Gambit IB Come Alive O Now You See It O) Audrey O Access (School Telecast) Q Hollywood Squares ID Jack Lalanne ID Life Style O Western Schools B Jackpot ID Young and Restless (B Mr. Dress Up ID Search For Tomorrow O Celebrity Sweepstakes IB Pay Cards Q NBC News O Sesame Street ID It's Your Move ID All My Children O Winning Streak O As the World Turns flD Definition ID Let's Make a Deal ID Buckshot O Dale Harney ID Newlywed Game ID Newlywed Game O Days of Our Lives O) Get Smart O Partridge Family O The Doctors ID News O Movie: Fighter Attack ID Movie: Angel In My Pocket ID General Hospital O Another World O One Life to Live O Match Game O Pyramid O Tattletales O Somerset 0 Edge of Night ID Name that Tune O Mike Douglas Our Town Another World O Jeopardy What's The Good Word O Take 30 Girl Ih My Life Family Court He knows, She knows Split Second O Joker's Wild Dr, Zonk News Hogan's Heroes Brady Bunch TH1 "COMEBACK" A stark but open depiction of the state of'mental health and treatment, as it was and as it really is in Alberta today "our .problem in our community" Produced and A bsna HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Pre- Christmas CLEANING SPECIAL by Shining Knight Living Room Rugs Bedroom Rugs Hallway Rugs 2 Piece Chesterfield Suites...... Scotch- Guarding 9x12' Rugs Dining Room Rugs 1995 1195 595 1595 gos Anti-toil at no extra charge! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALL WORK INSURED 3ur Quality Cleaning Warranty. f your rugs become excessively dirty within three months of cleaning, we will re-clean your ugs at no extra charge. Free Spotting Service for one year! Clean up Service alter set together with your friends ind have all your cleaning done ogether, for extra savings. If our total bill is or more, ou qualify for a 20% deduction. PHONE SHINING KNIGHT 328-B408 EXPIRES DEC. IS. 1974 GET TICKETS NOW! I5OOOO IN PRIZES SRADA GAMES LOTTERY NEXT EARLY BIRD DRAW Is DEC. 16 .PRIZES ARE: Automobile (valued at Sun Seekers Trip to Hawaii (valued at CASH PRIZE of LOCAL lANKt TftUtT COMFANIII CMOIT UMIMt TftlAtUKT IRANCHtt II7S Author of best-sellers doesn't enjoy writing a moral par with Hitler and Stalin." Only one London TV critic was lukewarm about Burton's performance. Some were ec- static. MASTERPIECE "Richard Burton's interpretation was a master- piece of subtlety, adroitness and Alan Coren wrote in The Times. Richard Last of The Daily Telegraph, wrote: "That he could play this complex giant so convincingly as a far-sighted, even noble saviour and actually mean what he wrote the other day is not within my capacity to believe." But James Thomas of The Daily Express said Burton played Churchill without an ounce of humor and failed to achieve the "towering perfor- mance" that was needed. GIVES HIM A LIFT FRESNO, Calif. (AP) Chuck Boornazian relaxes by lifting as much as pounds. The twin physics- math major at Fresno State College, who estimates he lifts about one ton during his IVz-hour workouts, competes in powerlifting cham- pionships throughout the United States. NEW YORK (AP) Best- selling novelist Frederick Forsyth doesn't really enjoy writing. That's why his new best seller, The Dogs of War, will be his last least for a while. "A writer-writer has a com- pulsion to put things on pa- per. If it's not what he wants, he tears it up and starts over. He's thoroughly professional, writes as other people go to the office each day. That's a proper writer. "I don't really have to do it any more. So why do some- thing I don't enjoy." Forsyth turned put three best-sellers in a row based on his experiences as a journal- ist and might consider return- ing to that profession. A lean, curly-haired Eng- lishman, Forsyth was born in 1938, spent the war years growing up in Kent and left school at 17. He joined the Royal Air Force and decided when he came out to be a re- porter. "Everyone said it was a terrible thing to be, but it was what I he recalled in an interview here. He be- came an apprentice on a pro- vincial paper, worked there for three years and, at 23, went to London. He recalls wearing out a lot of shoe leather walking up and down Fleet Street, looking for a job. But his persistence paid off. Hired by Reuters, he soon re- ceived a foreign to Paris. The Algerian war was ending, the OAS was in open revolt against de Gaulle. Forsyth, junior man on the staff, was tagged to follow the general around. These ex- periences later evolved into The Day of the Jackal, about a lone assassin who hunted de Gaulle. A year behind the Iron Cur- tain covering East Germany similarly resulted in The Oil heiress aims to sing MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) June Hunt, the daughter of the late billionaire oilman H. L. Hunt, says she doesn't care about money and wants to be a singer and guitarist. Hunt last week. Odessa File, about a Nazi hunt. Forsyth returned to London in 1965 and joined BBC tele- vision. It was July, 1967, Forsyth said, that the deputy news editor poked his head into the newsroom and asked if any- one had ever heard of Biafra. "He said it was a brush fire war-going on in Nigeria, and that it would be over in a week. I was there 10 weeks and it was still going on." For- syth returned to London and eventually left the BBC, returned to Biafra as a free- lance reporter and stayed for two years. Many of those experiences translate into The Dogs of War. "Finally I returned to Lon- don, broke, out of work and not likely to get any work ei- ther. So I had an idea that I'd write this novel and make a few fast Forsyth said: In 35 days he had finished the first book, but it took sev- eral months to sell it to a publisher. Forsyth says he writes by setting himself a page a faces a blank wall because he finds a window distracting. Married last year, Forsyth and his wife Carol have bought a farm on the coast of Spain. They're restoring the old farmhouse, and hoping for a family. "It might be nice to return to he said, "to pick my own assignments, do just stories I want to do. Or I might get involved in writing for films, or there's non-fic- tion. But now I've got a home base for wherever I want to paramount TONIGHT thru THURS. It p.n. Tin Picture Thit Pliyt Dirty RESTRICTED ADULT fUlMMT MIMU NUfITi M UKIT S.MMV NHKTW BURTHEYNOIBS "THE LONGEST YARD" COLOR By TECHNICOLOR' A PARAMOUNT PICTURE paramount cinema TONIGHT thru THURS. It ind p.m. Leather Jackets, Greasy Hair and Graf- fiti in the 1950 Era! SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Show Times Tuesday, December 3 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: LONGEST YARD: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: LORDS OF FLATBUSH: 9-55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA SEX FREEDOM IN GERMANY: NAKED WITCH: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT COULD THIS BE YOUR BIG BREAK? WE NEED SINGERS TO TRAIN in a semi-professional capacity for a large trav- elling stage production which will be based in Lethbridge. 20 FEMALE SINGERS REQUIRED (minimum cge of 18 yoars) We will audition; all voice ranges required. If you are interested in a chance of a lifetime con- tact Miss Carroll Lande Music Director HI-LITERS 21 Days 329-4383 or Evenings after 6 p.m. 327-9363 LAST TIMES TONIGHT RESTRICTED ADULT AN EXPLICIT MANIFESTO OF SEX IN [WITCH BARBARA BEST EROTIC ACTRESS. DENMARK AND SWEDEN HIM FESTIVALS college cinema STARTS TOMORROW ________________________AT AND P.M. was the Fall of '54 a time when laughing was easy. And laugh they did, until they crossed RISTRICTID ADULT Samuel 2. Arkoff presents a Max Baer production MflCOII Marring AJan Vint Cheryl Waters Geoffrey Lewis Joan Blackman Jesse Vint and Max Baer Llf16 ;