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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 17, 1972 IHt lETHBtlDGt HE5AIO Two films for pr i of one ITVHSGHL1GHTSI WKDNKSDAV Double screen offered by movie theatres 0 p.m., Oi. 7. A rnu.icil sal- nlorJ and Michigan and also MUSIC: l.awn-ncc ute to the universities K to the New Year. SPORT: Mil, 5 p.m., Cll. 13. Tr.c Pittsburgh Penguins mtet the I.tals in Toronto DOCL'.MKNTAP.V: This J.aml. X Cli. 7. Profile of mouritair.'jcr Kd'.iard Feu'.z carne to Canada in 1M5 to work as an Alpine guide for the CI'R. DRAMA: Man A[ the Movie theatres havr- off wed every- thing from three dirntnsioas to and it mwJ (hat noting jic-.v could he added. Nov.' corner a movie wrth irnygc-s side by side. It's called Wit kerf, and thatre patrons v.-i" fxr tint; movies the price ol Thfc Wicked, was filmed in w days at the venerable Hotel Uel Coronado near San JJiego. other, I noticed rny mind I owned, Tlw Squirrel." was taking a picture ovc-r here, Bare produced his RCI levkft i.s the idta rj[ then another over there, Why signing the action with careful ttirnaid vetr-ran of fey- not a lilrn Morv two balance between the IctevLsion. simultaneous "screens. He that the i Alhougn he was actually lio toM his inspiration: j 'I played around with the i viewer could not absorb events "f driving hoine frorr) idea for tv.o years before put- and dialogue on both screens at one day after sailing ting anything on paw. Tnen I i onte. So at most times there- yacht. As glanced from decided to try the double tech- was an side, where one --irk- rjf the freeway to the ni'jue v.ith a I 1 important tilings were happyn- ing, and u "passive" side, i where the action and dialogue v.ere limited "For instance, I have an old lady recounting how grandly she once lived: on the other NKW ROAD cifcl a nvw JViMle rn of Trans-Canada i has St. fly KwiHUiraiska. 70 rni'w cast of here. Try.- estimates corf of new sc-ctiwi at rnijli'jn. ing t'-vrj enrnplete fi'ras, Bare able to keej) the budget un- der iJ.5 million. He the cost and shvrtir. t im e w ct'tt more than they v.ould have been for a nor- jiiisl film. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC P05S A. MOlArt Certified Der.lot Mfthonle Suile 8 304 Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbrltlgs Canada's peacekeeping task frustrating chore RKI'ORT: Ntws H.-itcin-l, 'i p.m.. Ch. 'J. KRTV Great Falls preix.nls a if.i'j.v of events during j 1S72. j SPECIAL: I. a Rondine, p.m., Cli. 7. A repeat of Puccini's 07. era Met soprano Teresa as the star. .MOVIE "The Desperate a.m.. Ch. T. A eicar-'-s frw.i r-.-JiOT and h'3 younger brother and a conlcdtrale to In-JianapUis where trev hold a family hostage. THURSDAY .MOVIE COMEDY: I p.m.. Ch. 13. A rac- I !ng car enthusiast with a IMS auto firu'u Ms wile doesn't share his en'.husia'm for the open JOHN liKST in Inticcriina as a farce. OTTA fCiJ of sai'J tr.e i trp.fjn'.. Canada v.'a.'i V.TJUJ of 1 on the eve of a ne'v all too rx-en year for a possible nc-v. -rustrftina and disili'jsinning" ktsninq Vittnam. or Cana'Ja. It might engage the sen-ices External Affairs .Mircs'.cr I o! rnrjrc men than Canada has 1 Mitchell Sharp has frcquer.Uy eve- s'.-r.'. abroad for such tec-ihtd ;te du'-ies. more than Suez. Tne :eepin? mission thr-t Canada Congo or Cyprus. Figures of as bten Lnvoivfl in forr W j Wl ar.d more truce observ- and support staff have j peace negotiations dragpfrd in Canada i its rjptioas open, on the terras of roferftncf.'. .And the pro- i v-pich v.-o'ild involve fid on fire in Tne quiet; react iva'.ion of on 5-stan d i JH g con tin sency for a greatly expand peacekeeping i n 'i etn am ca ptd a n h f.TAi-.e survivors rite their depanrnent. TO nrpLArr HwAever, major decisions i SANTIAGO. Chile 'AP, Of- to the cadavers 55 "similar taken -A-ilJ have j r.-ia: sources to a he-art transplant." HLs ex- important cte- dead .comrade w avoid altofc jo maintaM if these was the deci- 1 minute changes mi b iwf mpon- DaailnHon Stereo end official sources said 15 manner portions of bodies have urvivo-. either players or used to maintain the to purchase a long-rajige sunx-ilJaJice aircraft Uj replace the Argus that hss t CHEC _ MONDAY FR IDAY 1 1 j L S: iSiM 7ra- r-.-.'li Pali CJOC 'i-- had made a solemn part The sources said survi- Command since the late hat they would not discuss the vors related that the decision to 19503. natter until they returned t o uve the bodies of friends, and About 25 sophisticated new U'.iiguay, and then i even relatives, was a collective 1 TOSt up'A-ardi of hey would make a eoilective one agreed to by all. _ "million v.ith spare pans, tatement. Earlier, the survivors told of and a of British and Three have already returned baling a good deal o: food, be- Unite'! States aerospace cor-o Montevideo. The other 13 cause they had stocked up on pxations were vying for the nave remained b. SaniiaE'j to cardy and preserved fruit army units in Canada. Finally, the government's two-year plan to place Armed Forces psy on a par with the public sen'ice vsas compk-ted are now accepting Reservations for NEW YEAR'S EVE HY'S STEAK-HOUSE ill G? fi B Phone 327-7123 or See it it's New NEW 6R33 AM PORTABU at ANGLO TRANSISTOR 1 got a 10-per-1 cent pay increase. Cost of the new pay package is about S77 million a year. BOMARCS DISMANTLED The year viaiessed the partial de-nuclearization of Canada's role in continental air defence, and the launching of preliminary staff on re- y _____ PUBLIC BSNGO 1251 3rd Avenue Sculh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 53 NO A, Dextraze. fif-'d c'nief c: 15. Ge-ri. Freiierick P.. 57, v-ro re-'.i-e-fi and v.tnt into private t sj fe CFTN-TV Chorine 13 (CablevUion Ch. 4) f, Mayfair Theatre Till: V.'j.V1 In '-ol-.r. JrsTir-s at Jiii.v p.m. .V'ull. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "Pri'PKT OX A CHAIN" In color Starring Perkins. Show at p.m. ArfiiH Not SuiUihle For P1NCHER CREGK Fox Theatre GKKAT NOHTHFJKMJ. RAID11 In color. SVirriny Tliff M.ArlMn. Dc-cc-rr.bc-r 27. Show at p.m. Not Stable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre ''Kid JAKT.' In ffjVi.-. ir.e J'.V.n -Uriy Sings tie Blues" Show F'ARAMOCNT CI.VFMA "O.'" bho'-v Malinre rOf.l.KOR OXEMA Short Subjects "Tr.r-y Only Kill Iholr Kh'AF C'.OS Adulr. Xot Sjiuhie for Criikiren i e i KRTV Grcot Fall-, Clionne! 3 (Cablevision Ch. 91 IE Otf t CHT ft il f--- T'jrr.l -1 Cx --1 A r i i 'i 1 C, 1 F M" r t s T C KFBB-7V Grctil Channc 5 (Cahlevision Ch. 11) y.EOMEiDAY IIIGH1 1? 1 o il H }1 1 r. j screen we tee that the liar] I really a Byre I said I Four or five times during the script. Bare made the action for Bare showed the script, which murder in a re-sort ho- :1, to his I winer a t V.' Brother, William Orr. They formed a company and took t. he p r o j ect to M G M. Within h'-iurs they had a go- ahc-ad. Police foil CLUB 67 NEW YEARS EVE FROLIC Tickets and More Information Available by Phoning 328-1367 AFTEH P.M. nice leap NEW YORK f.AP) A New York City man stood on a !Tth- flwr window ledge at the St. Regis Hotel here and threat- ened for several hours to jump. Put police tricked him with a telephone call from his wife. Tne would-be jumper, Jsck Sloan, 45, finally subdued by four policemen in his hotel room, carried out of the hotel strapped in a chair and taken to hospital. The m sn beg an periodically climbin g out on the wind cr.v ledge and threatening to jump Sunday afternoon. After about three hours. Slaan's wife, Anne, arrived at the hotel, taken to the room adjoining her husband's and palled him on the tele- phone. When Sloan answered, pjolice knew he v.-as in a part of trie i room far from the window, and they broke dovm the door, I rushed in and subdued turn. J TONIGHT AT Allied Arts Council Presents The Old Woman In The Shoe' YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE ADUUS AU STUDENTS SI.00 TieVeti at ond ert the door SOUTHERN AlEERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE TONIGHT WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE CROWSNEST PASS CASCADES LETHBRIDCE WIDGET 'A' RK5 Adulli 50t Sludenli 25c Elementary School Pre School Children Accempor.ied by Porenl F E S E WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE SUNSET FOUR" For members and invited guests only! RESTRICTED ADULT paramount i