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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 10, 197! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 iTV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McCloud, p.m., Ch. 7. Deadly complications cloud a routine investigation into a helicopter explosion that disintegrates an electronics executive. CHILDREN'S SPECIAL: Dr. Seuss Cartoon, 7 p.m., Cli. 13. "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is a regular repeat at this time of year and tells a delightful story of the people of Whoville and the mean old Grinch. COMEDY: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Carroll O'Connor in a spoof of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" as part of the "Laugh-In" Yule show. Bing Crosby and Janet Leigh appear in cameo parts. MOVIE DRAMA: "How To Steal an 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A 1363 TV movie about two adventurers deter- mined to repossess a private jet from the playboy son of a Latin-American dictator. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. TWs drama fol- lows a move by syndicate loan sharks to get a strangle hold on striking fishermen. MOVIE MYSTERY: p.m., Ch. 7. Tlie wife and mistress of a schoolmaster plot to kill him. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Story On Page 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. An aggressive ycung lawyer defends a wo- man charged with ir.urdering her husband. SATURDAY SPORT: Pro Football, a.m., Ch. 7. The Detroit Lions meet the Minnesota Vikings at Bloomington, Minn. SPORT: Pro Football, "2 p.m., Ch. 11. The Miami Dol- phins take on the Colts at Baltimore. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The National Drag Racing Championships from Indianapolis and the World Pro Skiing Championship from Vail, Calif. Trimbles art listed by the radio a Any variation in program i< changes by the stations and is not the HeVald.V'TrlmHes-Tife Supply. due to last- responsibility -jSr CHEC News on Ihe Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY 9: CO John Charles :r-n hm S IJ-nd .klirt Oliver CHEC-FM FRIDAY NIGHT 6'DD World al Request Aclion Line John Walker CJOC American Top 40 American Top 40 Hews, Wthr, Sports a.m. Doug Ander- Wayne Barry son Show News SATURDAY Wayne Barry News Soccer Results MON. THRU SAT. Don MacAAaster CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Concerts (Bob Don Hedman Consie Sign Oft Don MacMasfer CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Varieties Correspondents 4-03 Home Run News Notice Board World at Six Atlantic Symphony Right or Wrong As It Happens orchestra The 8-03 The Entertainers Solo Our Nafivt Land 10-00 News, Wthr, News, Wthr, Sports Identities From the Big Bands Family Favorlfles Five Nights a SATURDAY Metropolitan Opera Week 6-03 Eye Opener Jazz to rtht Playback Morning Concert Record Trimble's Tire Supply 314 llth St. S. Ph. 327-2007 or 327-2396 PRESENTS THE ASTRO "GRIP STAR 550" TRUCK TIRE Full size, w i d e flat rugged tread de- k New tread .i-rubber com- _ pounds re- s u 11 in greater tread life. Heavy duty nylon cord con- struction resists impact and blowouts._____ _____ ASTRO PRICE <570xl5 6 TU 650x16 6 TU 8.00x16.58 TU Size 670x15 700x15 650x16 700x16 750x16 700x17 750x17 750x17 700x18 700x20 750x20 825x20 900x20 1000x20 6 6 6 6 ASTRO PRICE 31.20 37.62 33.80 37.80 47.88 49.71 53.44 57.89 54.60 64.50 68.66 79.60 94.64 119.80 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY tc] Marine Tri'lh cr TcleproU 7 Consequences Movie: Toleprobe 7 Diabolique Movie: Somebody's SATURDAY Out 1o Get Jenny (c) Spidcrman Tommy Hunter (c) Boatle Bally All in Ine Farr.ily Dasterdly Muttiey Hollywood and the Penelope Pitstop Slars (c) Kimba ley James Bay Goose Hunt NFL Detroit at Minnesota Sports Week Tumblewecd Safety Roundup Stampede Wrestling Children's Cinema Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) 8: FRIDAY :00 Flintslones (c) :30 Hawaii Five-0 News (C) ;00 How Ihe Grinch Stole Chrislmas :30 The Partners (c) :00 Movie: How to Strf.l an Airplane :rn FBI (c) :00 News :20 News 10 Speaking of Sports Batman 0 Movie: Story of Hawkeye (c) Pago One Mo SATURDAY .0 Thought for Day i.---i Underdog Gcorrie of ths Junqlo (c) Peter Potamus Rocky and Friends Jackson 5 Pony Soldier Sports Digest Outdoor Sportsman Wreslllnnj (c) 3.-00 Call of the West Llhf Youno Wide World of Sports Klngo Bingo KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9) Harlem In the News Globetrotters {c) The Monkees (c) 7-.lt, In Iho News (c) In the News Hair Dear Bunch You Arc There FRIDAY News (c) News (c) O'Hara (c) Movie: Mongo's Osck In Town Cannon (c) News (c) Infant Shnw (c) SATURDAY College -jrrai in ino News NCWS ic Falls Telecourso Joslc and Pussycats HC8 Haw in the Mows Pebbles (c) In Ins News Archie (c) in the News Snbrina (c) i tn tho News NFL Deirolt at Minnesota Buns Bunny Scooby Doo Danger Is My Business ews (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY Roller Games SATURDAY N< Nows (c) Movie: How Monl an Alr Odd Love AmTion (O Nrv..i Night Gallery In NfiWS Jrrry Lewis f :.lil Road Runner Funky PMnlom jfltksoR i Bewitched Lidsvillft (c) Curiosity Shop Johnny Quest Lancelot Link American Band- stand Nl-'L Miami a1 Baltimore Getting Ttogather Mary Tyler Moon Fonda ban decision reversed TOKYO (neuter) The Jap- anese government reversed an immigration department deci- sion, today and allowed Ameri- can at-'trebs Jane Fonda und zn accompanying theatre group to give anti-war performances in Japan. Miss Fonda, and her 15- member group, including Cana- dian actor Donald Sutherland, arrived at Tokyo airport from Manila Tuesday night, but were refused entry by immigration officials because they held only tourist visas. The group planned a series of anti-war performances primar- ily for LLS. troops based in Japan. But U.S. military authorities had earlier refused them per- mission to perform at bases in Japan. Today's decision was taken by Justice Minister Slu'gesaburo Maeo, who allowed the group to remain in Japan until Dec. 12. New show business paper out TORONTO (CP) For the first issue of That's Show Busi- ness, an eight-page biweekly trade paper about the Canadian entertainment world, produced by tliree women, revenue matched expenses. ;We didn't expect the re- sponse lo be quite so over- whelming al the said editor Beverley Slopen. "We do have newsstand dis- tribution in the major centres and we're also giving it free to different tbe same each time. The response has been terrific." Miss Slopen was formerly an information officer with the Royal Pnlnn'fi Museum. Wilh publisher Barbara MnVnlm, been on fho bcavd M Toronto Workshop Productions, and managing editor Bette Lad- eroute, a former Toronto Tele- gram employee, Miss Slopen works on the paper at which- ever home of the threa is near- est at the time. The paper has two silent backers. The paper, selling for 25 cents a copy, covers all facets of television, theatre, radio, even has a section for casting. Miss Slopen said the paper will have top reviewers, and the search is on for correspondents in such centres as Winnipeg and Salifax to fill out a few corners, however, no one will get rich writing for the paper, Miss Slo- pen said. The reward is writs a word when used. No decision reached on ETV stations OTTAWA (CP) The federal government hcs not reached (inal agreement on permitting provincial agencies to own and operate their own educational television stations, Slate Secre- tary Gerard Pelletier said Thursday. Sir. Kelictier told the Com- mons that the federal govern- mcnt has set certain conditions for changing the federal policy of denying broadcasting lic- ences to provincial agencies. One condition is that the pro- vincial educational TV station will have to be under the licen- sing authority of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, the federal regulatory agency. Officer cleared of crime FORT MEADE, Md. (Renter) The U.S. Army Thursday dis- missed murder and assault Labatt profits pulled down LONDON, Ont. (CP) A loss on a sale of interests in a United States brewing company has pulled John Labatt Ltd. earnings for the six months ended Oct. 31 down to compared with during the same period of 1970. The loss on the sale in Octo- i bsr of Labalt's 47-per-cent share of Lucky Breweries Inc. of Los Angeles was which' was equivalent to 37 cents a common share. Earnings per common share before accounting for the loss, but after payment of preferred dividends, were 86 cents for the first half of the current fiscal year compared with 83 cents during the same period a year earlier. A company statement said beer sales increased during the period but returns from the food and allied products divisions "continued to be disappointing." charges against Brig.-Gen. John Donaldson in (lie deaths of six Vietnamese civilians. An announcement issued at Fort Meade said Lt.-Gen. Claire Hutcin, commanding general of the 1st Army, had dismissed the charges following a four-month investigation during which 23 witnesses gave evidence. Donaldson was the highest ranking officer to be accused of murdering civilians in the Viet- nam war and the first U.S. gen- eral in 70 years to be charged with a war crime. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday nnd Saturday Short Subjects: "Marriage of Young Stock- Last complete show Saturday Special Matinee "Living Desert" "Vanishing Prairie" Ctos Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects: "The Organization" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Living Desert" "Vanishing Prairie" Last Complete Slow Saturday "Living Desert" "Vanishing Prairie" Last Complete Show veterans draw pensions OTTAWA (CP) Seventeen years after the end of the last war in which Canadian troops fought, war disability pensions are still being paid to veterans. The annual amount paid out I in pensions is The figures, tabled by the govern- ment for Kenneth Robinson (L are for Sept. 30, 1971. Second World War pensioners number and receive an average annual pension of A second condition was that the. provincial agency would have to be as autonomous from the provincial government as the CBC is from the federal overnment. Replying to Opposition Leader Robert Stanfleld, Mr. Pelletier said lie had been asked by the cabinet to discuss the matter with the provinces after a policy re-examination by the federal government. The state secretary said he had conducted negotiations with the provinces of Alberta and Ontario, already active in edu- cational TV. The federal government intro- duced legislation in 1W9 to es- tablish a Canadian educational broadcasting authority, but the bill was withdrawn after vigor- ous protest from the provinces. The provinces said the federal legislation encroached on the iducational field which belongs to the provinces under the con- stitution. Since then, the CHTC lias li- censed the CBC to operate an educational TV station in To- ronto with the Ontario Educa- tional Communications Author- ity supplying programs. The provincial government pays the bills. There is a similar arrange- ment in Edmonton with CBXFT-TV, a CRC owned sta- tion. Half its programming is educational TV and half French-language shows. Asked whether the CRTC would judge what is cducr.'.ional TV, Mr. Pcllelier raid the com- mission would not make any value judgments. But the commission would de- cide on questions of fact as to whether the stations were edu- Ticket! ot Leisterl ANNE CAMPBELL Conductor Relax to recorded music for Christmas Half hour prior to performance. THE MINUS ONE CLUB CHRISTMAS BANQUET and DANCE PARK PLAZA, RIVIERA ROOM SATURDAY, DECEMBER IHh AT P.M. (tONGACRlS ORCHESTRA) Tickets for Ihe Banquet myst be purchased bofore lhat date, Tickets for the dance only will be on sale at the door. NEW YEARS TICKETS ARE NOW ON SAtE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Annual Christmas Dance will be held SATURDAY, DEC. 11th p.m. Music by "THE DIAMOND 4" DOOR PRIZES MEMBERS AND GUESTS cational or just ordinary televi- sion outlets. Mr. Pelletier said that Uio government is also seeking a solution which would allow pro- vincially-owned radio stations to continue operating. The Alberta government is cor.ccmcd that Ihe licence of nr.iio station CKUA in Edmon- ton may not be renewed be- cause of the policy against pro- vincial ownership of broadcast- ing licences. CKUA is owned by the University of Alberta which was established by the provin- cial government. Loyal Order of Moose Social and Dance Saturday, Dec. 11 ot 9 p.m. at Ihe Moose Hall 1234 3rd Ave. North Admission Per couple Music by THE EMBERS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" 4 4 4 MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! jf Now Fully Licensed J AT THE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Nights From 8 p.m. to 12 midnight FEATURING "THE LINEMEN" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED TONITE and SAT. at and p.m. So what's wrong with being a voyeur f RESTRICTED ADULT CLUB The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. FOOD REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE The El Rancno Motor Hotel ii now licensed to serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern CORNER ?nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In the Clubrooms Friday and Saturday "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! TONITE and SAT. TONITE and SAT. TONIGHT FIRST SHOW AT 7 P.M. THE 6REAJEST WILDLIFE SPECTACLE KIDS OF THEM ALL! CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MY FAIR LADY" In color. Starring Rex Harrison and Auclry Hepburn. Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "A GUNFIGHT" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee December 11 at p.m. "FORT UTAH" In color Starring John Ireland. Family. All Seats 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LE MANS" In Technicolor. Starring Steve McQueen. Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN" Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 10, II and 12. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Starring Steve Forrest, Vera Miles and Ronny Howard. Friday and Saturday, December 10 nnd 11. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "CARRY ON UP THE .IUNGLE" In color. Starring "THE CAKRY ON Friday December 10. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Malinces Snlurrlay at and p.m. 'COMEDY AND CARTOON Admission free lo both shows. Family. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following noiice is published in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act: 1. The area comprising VILLAGE OF FOREMOST has been designated os a local option area for the purposes of the above Act. 2. The TWELFTH day of JANUARY 1972, has been set as Jhe date upon which the Board will consider applica- tions for licences under Ihe above Act, unless prior lo lhat date the Board has received a petition signed by 500 electors of the above described local option area or 10 per cent of the number of persons named on Ihe latest listi of electors for an eleciion of a member or members to Ihe Legislative Assembly from the area comprising the local option area, whichever is the les- ser number, requesiing that the Lieutenont Governor in Council submit to o vole of the electors nf the local option area a question in respect of the class of licencfl applied for. Dated at Edmonton, this TWENTY-SIXTH doy of NOVEM- BER 1971. A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman, The Alberta Liquor Control Board NOTE: Petitions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on thn official petition forms which may bn oblnined from The Alherta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Slrcet, Edmonton, together with instructions for the nubmis- iron of a petition. so THE- DISNEY'S LIVING vanishing DESERT! Prairie TDD MUTKUQNYMNKI KHMER! FAMILY TECHNICOLOR' MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. CONTINUOUS Also Showing Saturday at the Paramount Theatre One show only at p.m. ;