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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December 23, 1971 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Second p.m., Ch. 7. A homely but talented young girl has great difficulty in ad- vacning herself. CHRISTMAS CARTOON; "The Night The Animals Talk- p.m., Ch. II. A cartoon parable tells what hap- pened that December night long ago in Bethlehem when a group of animals suddenly began to talk. NEWS SPECIAL: CBS Year's Headlines, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. The chief CBS newsmen report on the big news breaks of 1971 with Walter Cronkite as moderator. CRIME DRAMA: Longslrcct, p.m., Ch. 13. Victor Jory stars as an old man trying Co prove he spent 10 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. A repeat. CRIME DRAMA: O'Hara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Moonslu'ne whisky and six dead customers spark O'Hara's efforts to nail a bootlegger whose product is poisoned with lead salts. COMEDY: Dean Martin Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Jon- athan Winters as a wisecracking Santa. Dan Rowan and Lonnie Shorr are also featured guests. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Trouble With 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Convent-school fun and games with Hayley Mills and June Harding as the students and Rosalind Russell as the wise Mother Superior. LAWYER DRAMA: The Bold Ones, in p.m., Ch. 13. Will Goer as a dying attorney out to right the only mis- take of his career. FRIDAY MOVIE CARTOON: "Magoo's Christmas 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Mi1. Magoo plays Scrooge in this cartoon version of Dickens' classic. MOVIE COMEDY: "Why Bother to 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A lady-killing bachelor makes a quick tour of Europe handing out his apartment key to all eligible females along the way. Trimbles Program! are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program shedulet is due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News CHEC if THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Beryl Clark Jim Shearer Barry Heglsnd Snorts Jack Newfeld Ctieclino if CJOC j THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson World 3T 6 Sh FRIDAY Rob Ingram Show jjm Elliot Request Action CBC News Leo Dow Hour ct Information John Oliver Beryl Clark Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices John Walker Show News, Whr. Sport Line Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOW THRU SAT Sports il Concer Dan McAAaster Cortsie) Den AAacMestei Don Hedma n a.m. Sign-Oft THURSDAY NIGHT Calgary Prairie Chamber CBR Radio 1010 World at EighT Home Run Music Eye Opener World a! Six News World at 9 As it Happens Winnipeg Orchestra This Country Musicscooe News, Wthr, Sports Radio Noon News, Wihr, bports Elwood Glover Take H From Her From the Capitals FRIDAY Max Ferguson Five Nighls a Week Eye Opener World at Six Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL r SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM WHEEL ALIGNMENT! Our alignment specialists will do nil Ihia work inspect front-end, sprinps, nhock ntanrlH'n; and M coring wheel ns- Femhly ftlign front-ond; correct camber, caster and toe-in. LET J1AAMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Zontar, thelPMSLhcz Helene First Baptist Choir Tfiing from Venus 11.00 SesamR Street Teleprobe 7 To- Ski Report FRIDAY Movie: Magoos Movie: SMS Farm and City Second Face O'Hara Movin: Trouble with Angels Ted ay Romper Rooi Mr. Dressup Holiday Film 1.70 Tcicprobe 1 Friendly Giar CFCN-TV Lethbridgo Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Galloping Gourmet Take 30' Edge of Night Psychiatrist (c) Drop In Htippy Wanderers THURSDAY NIGHT Buckshot Rintslones (c) GunsmnhR (c) (c) K] Link I t (c) Dcnn Mnrlln 'c' ifi Co: David Fi FRIDAY Thought (or Day 6.15 News University of Air Yoga (O House ol Frirjhtcnstpln (c) l Uncle Bobby (c) Os Program Hi Licihts Fasnions in Sewing .'.jrlr.i-n Thofilre (Ed Allen Ic) in Conversation All About Facos Pierre Berton 55 North Maple Bewitched Beat the Clock (c) Movie: Why Homer to Knock Man Trap (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (c) Dick Van Dyke Buckshot (c) Flinlstones (c) Nows (c) fJowr, Directions KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) World As the World Turns 6MS Salule Agriculturp News (c) Toddy Show (O The Doctors (c) Today In Montana Another World Concentration Bay City Scilo ot Century EcJtie of NiqM Hollywood Squares Gonior I'yle (c) Jeopardy (c) Mcrv Griltin Who. What, Where 4: GO Choleau Chorus Game k) Clscsicr High Choir News News (c) Understanding Our Somerset News (c) KFBR-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News Newlywed G.ime Captain Kangaroo Holiday Sounds Dinah's Placo (c) Secret Storm Jnfk LaLflnno One Life In Llvft Audrey Our Lives Undor Sorvnillnnco Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Owen Marshall Whore the Hcarl Is Thrpo on a Match 'IV-i Nrwr, Nnwi Ddllnri Game 1 onnilrool Scorch tor Dick Cavrtt it) FRIDAY F-'ftrm NfWI THURSDAY NIGHT New, Here's Lu-y Flip (c) News (O Tcnifht FRIDAY iilkrd nrs ort (Pr.rt 1) CBC plans new system for radio broadcasting OTTAWA (CP) The CBC will make permanent Us ex- perimental Radio One and Ha- :lio Two networks in response to studies showing the public Broadcasting system has not adjusted to public demands in l.he last 20 years. In a brief to the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, the CBC said Canadians have changed their views on ra- dio since the advent of televi- sion. But a corporation study showed the CBC had not adapted to these needs because of its "over-riding preoccu- pation with the development of TV." "This lack of adaptation is re- flected in the relatively small audiences for CBC radio sta- tions in areas where they face competition from other sta- the CBC said. The corporation brief was re- leased by the CRTC with an an- nouncement reiterating that the CBC will be appearing at a special March 28 hearing to dis- cuss the new system. .Interest- ed parties or individuals will be allowed to present views on the new radio plans. WILL EXTEND KM SYSTEM The CBC has decided to ex- tend its French and English- language FM networks and to separate the types of program- ming carried on its frequency modulation and amplitude modulation stations. The corporation has applied for licences to set up new (En- glish FM stations at St. John's, Nfld., Halifax and Calgary and new French FM stations at Quebec City, Ottawa and Chi- coutimi, Que. Radio One will be carried on CBC-AM stations and will stress short news and informa- tion items and light and se- rious music. Eadio Two will be aired on Fit stations and will concen- trate on a more extended treat- ment of drama, the arts and music. Where both services are not available, the CBC will offer a combination of the AM and FM programmina. Canadian play draws cheers Christmas carol STIRLING (HNS) The Christmas Carol will be staged Sunday, Dec. 26, at 10 a.m. in the Stirling Cultural Hall under the direction of Mrs. Elodia Christensen Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects: "Bunny Last complete show: PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Goodbye Gemini" Last complete show: COLLEGE CINEMA "The Deserter" Last complete show LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NEW YEAR'S EVE FROLIC Dec. 31, 9 p.m. till Moose Hall 1234 3rd Ave. N. MUSIC BY WATMOUGH'S ORCHESTRA Few Tickets Still Available Phone 327-1777 NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT VERA SINCLAIR at the HAMMOND ORGAN Will be playing in our Dining Room, nightly throughout the Holiday Season. SOUTHERN THEATRES PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "HOTEL" In Technicolor. Starring Hod Taylor. Cather- ine Spaak and Karl Maiden. Thursday and Saturday, December 23 and 25. Thursday show at p.m. Adult TABER Tower Theatre "CREATURE THE WORLD FORGOT" In color. Starring Julie Edy and Tom Banner. Thursday and Friday, December 23 and 24. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. NEW YORK (CP) The folksy charms and simple innoc- ence of the Canadian musical, Anne of Green Gables, drew a bundle of cheery comments todsy from critic Clive Barnes of the New York Times, who recalled that as a little toy he cried when he read the original novel. The play, which opened a two-week run at the New York City Centre Tuesday night, is based on the children's book by L. M. Montgomery. It has been done the last seven summers at the Charloltetown Festival on Prince Edward Island by the Canadian National Musical The- atre, the troupe that is doing it here. Barnes asks "Where has in- nocence and answers his question by saying a large slice of it turns up in the musical. "Simple, innocent and Cana- dian this is the kind of show that will appeal most to the un- sophisticated in they are still going to the theatre these days." The story is based on the fa- miliar Canadian children's clas- sic of the growing up of an or- phan in a small Canadian town at the end of the last century. And Barnes says as a boy "I a 1 w ays cried even at the thought of orphans." HAS 'FOLKSY' AIR The musical "has folksy air to it, and it is unpretentious; unde- manding and with a certain spe- cial Barnes writes. He singles out the writers, Ca- nadian actor Donald Harron and Norman Campbell, one of Can- ada's best-known TV directors, for their efforts. Barnes praises Harron's ad- aptation as "very fair" to the original novel. "The agreeable but quite un- til emorable music by Mr. Cambell celebrates the pas- toral joys of picnics or the culi- nary pleasures of ice-cream. There is even a school pageant representing the birth of Can- ada, to say nothing of the inno- cent misunderstandings of a school-time romance and one of (he most, sentimental stage deaths since Little Nell got hers." The character of Anne, the perennial orphan played by Oracle Finley of Charlottetown, "remains totally lovable, the kind of girl everyone should in- vite over for Barnes says. "And although the show's at- mosphere is at times aggres- s i v e 1 y are times when the Canadian thea- tre can take simplicity almost to the point of and there are a few blank- minded stretches where little happens except Iwredom, Anne of Green Gables is light-hearted and light-headed. It is also gen- tly sentimental and fiercelj wholesome." Children's dance STIRLING (HNS) The an- nanl Children's dance will be held Christmas Day from 3 to 5 in the Stirling Cultural Hall. All children of the community and district are welcome. May We Suggest That You RESERVE YOUR TABLE NOW for Dinner at the MARQUIS HOTEL lliDfl All My Children LrU Maka a Denl U... rd (O -rd IO THE GRILL ROOM for Christmas Day and New Years7 Day SPECIAL FAMILY RATES FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE PHONE 327-3191 COMMUNITY SERVICES CITY OF Public Swimming and Skating Tuesday, December 21 to Monday, December DATE FRITZ S1CK POOL CIVIC ICE CBNTRE'ADAMS ICE CENTRE.HENDERSON ICE Public Dec. 1- 3 1- 4 p.m. 12 12 Beginners 3 1- 3 p.m. 1 3 Dec. 5 8 5 5 Dec. 10-12 10-12 p.m. Freo 10-12 Freo Bcginnert i 2- 4 4 p.m. 1 1- <1 p.m. NOTE: All facilities will bo cloiod on Christmas Day Critics rave over London performances LONDON (AP) Critics today raved over the perform- ances of Laurence Olivier and Constance Cummings in the Na- tional Theatre's new production of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night. The Guardian's Michael Bil- lington says Lord Dinner's per- formance of the posturing actor lather was "as sustained a piece of great acting as we have seen in years." "One of the Himalayas of our c e n t u r y 's drama scaled in says Peter Lews of The Daily Mail. "This is what the National Theatre exists to do. and how glad I am to see it do it so STtpcrhly." Irving Wardle of The Times says: "I had not imagined a performance with anything like the degree of authority and spir- i t u a 1 transformation which Constance Cummings presents as the wife." LONDON (AP) American folk singer Julie Felix proudly displayed her lirst baby today, but has not decided on a name. Nor, for the moment, will site name the father. "I want to keep that a secret for a she haid. Miss Felix, 30, is married to advertising executive David Evans, but they separated some years ago. Her s i x -p o u n d two-ounce daughter was born three days ago in a nursing home. Wins divorce CRANBROOK (Special) Presiding in B.C. Supreme Court to hear divorce petitions, Judge Michelangelo Provcn- zano awarded a decree nisi to Joanne McMahon from Michael rian McMahon. Singer killed VIENNA (Renter) One of Eastern Europe's most famous folklore singers, Pasha Ilris- tova, a, was among 28 people killed when a Bulgarian air- crashed on take-off in So- fia Tuesday night, it was dis- closed Wednesday. Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable 2-70 is jusl one ol 18 quality Zenith hearing One o( Ihem might be just right (or you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings Bids are priced from the quality goes In before the name goes on. Mill 01 bung in this coupon for free copy ol Ztntlh'i "Sound Keaiirg" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Thenlre Bldg. _______IETHBRIDGE_______ NAME YOUR PHILIPS DEAtER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f If I C RADIO AND TV j n j 3M ST N 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 55 NUAABERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS 2 Turkey Bingos every Thursday until New Yean NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBtlC-UPSTAIRS EtKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, DEC. 23rd-VAGABONDS THE CLUBROOMS WILL CLOSE 6 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE TONiTE and FRIDAY FIRST SHOW 7 P.M. ZACHARIAH Starring John Rubinstein, Pat Quinn, Don Johnson, co-starring Country Joe and the Fishr The James Gang, Doug Kershaw, The New York Rock Ensemble, White lighten', William Challec as the 'Old Man' and introducing Elvin Jones 'Job Cain.' SECOND FEATURE A JOSEF SHAFTEL PRODUCTION "GODD8YC Gcrmnr RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE Starts Tomorrow at ond p.m. "NEVER GIVE A INCH" was the motto of the Stampers of Oregon...and live it they did! Rioi3RD jaerm- unua unison CUFF POTTS LANGUAGE USED MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME STARTS TOMORROW She's blufi ribbon ...he's back-alley... and IT'S A DOGGONE WONDERFUL WORLD! T- MATINEE FRIDAY AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT It's love and laughter ever after In the happiest canine cartoon ol all. DISNEY presents TECHNICOLOR'CINEMASCOPE Kids Matinee 50c Evening 75c ;