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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TVmGHUGHTS FI'.IIJAY MOVIE DKAMA: "legend of P-m-i Ch. 7. A man arrives in I" 'M !ead on a mysterious journey ir.lo the Sahara. CRIME DKAMA: "The Streets ol San p.m., Cti. 13. A murder vitness v.-Uh evidence in his Etoukler but he's concealing it rather than reveal his link tre victim. COMEDY: Sunny and Cher, p.m., Ch. J3. Burt Hevmids joins in rxjkcr5 Deluding one at women's lib! _ COMEDY: M'A'S'II, 8 f-m., Ch. 7. A vartime Christ- mas in Korea as Ha-.vV.eye writes to his Dad. CRIME DRAMA: lite Ramsey, p.m.. Ch. 13. blindness is the bizarre key to a murder frame-up in "The Green Feather." SPECIAL: Canada's Happiest Bankrobbcr, ID p.m., Ch. 7. A uped with a r.iin ier.-ing lime for bank rob- Uras. He works at tr.e University of Vk-toria ajxl lectures in a senior school out on paiies. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. quits a crime ring ana goes into for but tiere's a contract out on his life. MOVIE COMEDY: "A Grade for the Married Man." 32 midnight. Ch. 13. A husband gets wife-cheating Lessons from a philanderer. .MOVIE DRAMA: "The El? Slow" a.m., Ch. Tee story of Hie under the Big Top. SATURDAY SPORTS: Curling, i p.m., Ch. 7. EKwg Wyalt of Sas'K. vs. Biil Ken', of from Winnipeg. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, P.m., Ch. 13. Drag raring from California acd World rolls.- skating from ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pragranuure tided fay the radio and tcrfeviiion itmiam. Any voriotion in pragmm KheduU ii to lost- by Ow jfolioiH and not the mpon- tibaay of the Herald or Anglo Distributor, Stmo and Photographic Centre. FP.IOiY MIGHT DAY HIGHY 'X J-.-- C-i- f. CHEC THRU SAT, iliv. 15. 1972 THE LETHBF.IEGt KtfAlD 5 MussoJini film set E Joan Water field NTERTAINMENT i J'.OMK 'I for Hollywood LITTLE of Iras, a little bit of that as UK cnal entertainment w r. i r 1 uk-kens. The only comment that can e made Bob Hope ancel My Reservation is ancel mine too! Hcwever Buck and the Pre- cter is uwthy oi time out from rantic shopping i! only for trie of Kuriy Dte. Miis a quite rcrnsrk- able actress who has yet to find a vehicle worthy oi her fine alenls. The scene in which she alto of her We with "Buck" and That the future may hold or them is exquisite. j Sidney Poitier also has some j .ine moments. Tnese arc fewer han might be anticipated, pos-; si'oly in this production he doubles as director. j With the advent of Harry i tllalraie, hamming it up with obvious enjoyment, the movie makes a q'oic-i s witch from soggy drama to high comedy. It's a takeo-.-er by Bel-fonte that pays er.tertainijig dividends for Uie moviegoer. One other performarics be noted, that oi Julie Robin- soo. ?.Iiss Robinson is actually Mrs. Harry Belafonte and her showing here is rM only in- teresting but quite impressive. mj T: who praciic-! .11 m pa led fellow actor on ru jxjar: arid Jfle-vitaMy there is v.iJl make loud recog- nitiorj 'A his parents. But haloes will rx; straighten- ed, the iorjgs of Christmas 'Ail! i be heard, com- ic-ro.dina kids will be trans- into angel', and "mys- and y tradition, the Carol festival, Now in its have 12 choi et another happy annual Jiolary alMt on Monday. ,lh year it v.ill participating to ting and share the music i-i and Ue Ko'A'rt Jons. Torn Brooki, Srieryl LJiiw; Turner. Wiliy.ts and Parn Jarr.e-; were particularly j lir.i, and his wife, i Taylor, play Claretta rV tanr.-i, the former Italian dicta J tor's rnistiets. in a film I made car, it was an- wuncwi rA-re. The film, to Ijt Fine Endj win thfj-.v trrt ca-.'s oi Ciyre'.ta, v.iiO were dead by Italian partisans in April, 3Wv, and o re- las in'lioiy Cross Ceuic- in upside down o'Jtride a Mi- i Ian gas station. Tne film te by Carb Cotti. Punctuality medal V.-l'KD NATIONS Bruce RanVJn of Canada was d a L'.'V medal of tery1' take possession cb- maxirg as very young press to t-ee It's s tradition at the very heart of Christmas, you may share it with your family this Sunday at St. Augustine's. AND MORE: Sunday Scholt is noon a'. Soythrniniter United Ch'jrch. the annual presentation of Haridel's Messiah. Wilired 15 Or2 SJll-S-t 2 nd C0f> ihd I'KOI'LK: Tne brwizc lures of OjaWale's Come Mar- are Jeaturod at Ooild Gaiiery of Artists Au'.hors in yourjg i'at long a oi the Anne singers, to audition and cifite a member of Cai- gary Phiiharnjonic Choir and" in Paris the youthiul Chip studying at TELEVISION HOLLYWOOD fAP; ArxW. i persvns, 'iiiV-rUiin- Darinv J a rj i: Benny, Bob Hope ar.d Dorothy ere for getting his meet- ings started ofi time. Rankin, Canadian cori'.ui general in NV-v York, has served as chair- man of the General c-cor.orn.c and fir.ance commit- lee during this year's assembly session. M.o--t of the assembly's seven main cornmittee meet- ings begin 15 to 39 minutes aJ'.er the Ix: rorn home this Chris t- A-ould surely welcome a line frora former schoolmate at the LCI and friend- in Leth- bridge Musical Theatre. the of it more Lnsn a Aiber- of v.hat the r.ear.t i.ere, the o: Arx-rhart. tOArapry reached 1 a oi eaves that will not VENTURA HOTEL Preienls for your enjoymenl SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT The One ond Only "DIEGO" ALCAREZ from the El Preiidente Atopuko, Wex't All THIS Vf3EK, DOHT WiliS HEARING HIM! And flntLy 1 son, thur Hunt is. Mar.- ar.d Ar- GREEN AND GOLD: Ap- Monday eve-, plause_ greeted the members o: ning. the Hamilton Junior concert. Plays, skits, piano solos, the Hamii the direction oi under Mr. J. Adam- son, Claus hiroself to iead the sing-song arid balloons and carcv cases for the under- ON STAGE: For many youngsters the Christmas con- cert or play, at school or church marks their stage de- but. Sentence editor 1STA-YBUL 'Re- the LCI Lands and their brand uniform.-, when the curtain rose at the Yates on their win- ter concert. And it was a dandy c-oncert. Try; rapport of members with their director j Jerry Pokamey was very e-.v dent, their s--.age discipline ex- celtent. And the lad involved i in the incident of the flyVg j cymbal ftbe strsp brotej should be assured that he han- dled the situation veil and the bonus of laughter TV as- apprt- r.d people should t-.d fir.d the se- o! the galiery erj DD- i gac Koiogg, former editor o( the Istanbul Daiiv Aksam, ha.: 'been sentenced to 7 years irn- Ar.d for manv it he the prisonment for "indirect Com- i rf a' munist propaganda by per- 1 a of an ar-1 FROM WINSTON: The mu-1 ticle bv lefr.nng columnist Ce- sic arid drama night turned tin Allan in the newspaper in up some very promising tal-1 jS53. i eat. Lily Larter's gL'ls' chords CHEC FM f alien with the theatre. Brushed, washed, grocmed to a fare-thee-well the youthful performers suffer the agoniss of stage fright, the relief of cues caught and lines remem- bered, the joy o! family atten- dance and approval. For over 20 years new gen- erations of cherubim and sera- phin have been a pan. of the Christmas joy of the Nati-.-jty t pky zi St. Augustine's. Just one j of these is Sheila PIsfco v-ho has i Rsdio 1 010 Calgsry i.'.J r--% made a contrira- tion to local E'-age. Tnose who and parents recall the often hilariovzs incidejits to such a production; the bcr.- j about to moijnt to the stage and. iactdng the rc-qdrad ss-im- i ming tronte under his s'riort j tunic, rescued sent adequately clothed in the r.eth- es garments of a quick-thiniiirig Performer tours encouraged! OTTAWA 'CP) The Can-1 across Canada. The Natiorial aria setxine up a tour- Arts Centre am external affsiri ing office to sdmuiate travel by department will also be repre- Caziariii.n pc-rforming com-! sen-.ed. panies here abroad, it was Da-rid liaber. now progrcmm- vrednesday. i ins direcrjor at arts centre, Eased in regions! help organize the toMrbg centres wiii be office. everr.ually in the Atlantic arid preis release s-aid the of- regions, Er.tbn Coium- rjontro! bia, Montreal Toronto, a cour-cil press release said. Ic v.ili be headed by an arivi- sory board made up of per- tnrwine tlfat helped make I famous GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., DEC. 16th p.m. BLECH" Members and Invited Guesls CHRISTMAS SALE AND EXHIBITION IKEDA CERAMICS 2410 -5th AVE. N. DEC. 20 TO 22 WED. 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. THUR5. AND FRI. 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Studio One Wholerale forming arts professionals from !__ tent or supplant current tourine airaogements of ijf. companies or trjs vrarl: of coTsmercia! presajioi. See it it's New at ANGLO NEW TC 90 A PORTABU CASSETTE TAPE CORDER b'jih-in Irl; rTMCi-cprsnf. 1 welt pjt frcm X" Other contrcl, vet- c-r, fro I, c' w ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and rnotoyiaphlc Cenlet Open Trun. and Fri. 'Til 9 p.rr.. Unfil for your 419 5ih ST. S. "WE PERSONALLY SERVI PHONE 323-6661 E EVERYTHING SELL" paramount S'- !i S SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.15 P.M. ONLY ON THE SCREEN 'BATMAN' in TECHNICOLOR ilorr'mg ADAM WEST and ALL STAR CAST Plus COLOR CARTOONS ONE PRICE FOR ALL CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) P .r .i y, SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Todays Showtimes Iperial Matinee Saturday lartooos .LS-. Complete Friday and Saturday Shon" Subject 'i Reser. ation" FamiJv PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subject :20, on Las- Complete Show 9iK Adult COLLEGE Friday and Satarciay Sho ar.d the "v -v -T LABOR CLUB H 4 4 t ii." CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevition Ch. 4) Grecf Fofls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) KFBB-TV Greot Fallt Channel tt fi'fi if'' S (C.hlevUion Ch. It) CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "RED In Technicolor. Starring Charles Bronson and Ursula Andre-is. Friday and Saturday, December 15 aM F' shows at and p.m. Adult. Specia! F'REE Sat'jrriav aterr.oon matirAe Saturday, December 15 at prn'''SV.'OHD OF FOREST" In color. Starriiig Richard Greene and Peter Cuihj.g. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LITTLE BIG In color. Starring Dustin Hoffman, Fsye DunsTi-ay an-J Chicl Dan George. Friday ar.d Sat- urday, December 15 and 18. P'riday at and p.m. Adult For Children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee, Saturday, December i8 at p.m. '-THE; TEXICA.V In color. Starring Audie Family. All seats 5Cc. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FACE OFF" In color. -Starring Trudy Young, Austin Willis ar.d John Verron. Friday and Satfjrday, Decem- ber 15 and 10. Friday shois at and p.m. Adult. Saturdav afternoon Saturday, Deccmbc-r at JA.SON AND Tifh AROO.VAUTS'1 In color. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "RYAN'S DAUGHTER1' In color. Starring Robert Mitchum, Trevor Hov.ard and Sarah Mills. Friday and Saturday, December 15 arid 18. Friday sho-v at p.m. only. Adult Not Suitable For Children. shows for the kiddie; Saturdav, Deeernbtr !p. at and p.m. JOrK.VEY TO TflE SEVENTH PLAN'ET in color. Family. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" FRIDAY "ANYTHING GOES" SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and their Invited gusstj THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Beaver Room "The Sunset Four" Beaver Room "The Metros" "Berti Fri., Dec. 15th Sot., Dec. 16h THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL the AZTEC LOUNGE SONG STYLINGS "GORD1E SULLIVAN" Ihe CABARET "SUNLIGHT" lo-Deninion Bcnk _ Collegs Moll: ealr- efflc r.ext lo Ulslfrs: All FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TONITE thru SUNDAY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY. FRIDAY SATURDAY TONITE and SAT. el ond p.m. TONITE ad SAT. ;