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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta V, If72 THff LfTHMIDCf HttAtD 7 TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, C p.m., Ch. 7. A musical sal- ute to the universities of Stanford and Michigan and also to the New Year. SPORT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Pittsburgh Penguins meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 Ch- Profile of mountaineer Edward Feutz who came to Canada in 1905 to work as an Alpine guide for the CPR. DRAMA: Man At the Top, p.m., Ch. 7. The re- turn of this British series about a ruthless opportunist. MOVIE WESTERN: p.m., Ch. 13. Nine people attempt a dangerous journey through Indian country. REPORT: News Special, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. KRTV Great Falls presents a review of important news events during 1972. SPECIAL: La Roadine, p.m., Ch. 7. A repeat of Puccini's Met soprano Teresa Stratas as the star. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Desperate a.m., Ch- 7. A gangster escapes from prison and leads his younger brother and a confederate to Indianapolis where they hold a. family hostage. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A rac- ing car enthusiast with a 1904 auto fecfe his wife doesn't share his enthusiasm for the open rosd. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs Cre fisted fjhe radio and tdevmon Any variation to program schedule it due to last- minute changes by ffie stations and is not the respon- ef the Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Msrfey McGill Aden News; Dc'JS Cwrtemxx-ar Lee Farm Nsvs; We Remernoer MONDAY ttru FRIDAY Farrri News HesfcEtn ...A3 Ctec Trsdir.g Fssf Cs-Is Prices cjoc News virh Ma WEDNESDAY NIGHT TKU'SBAT Proie _ Jinn V.'slr.er Cr.a.-iss Barry 1223 CHEC FM MOM. THRU SAT. Don Grain Prices Cell of The L Dave Neursld Paul Tfcssier V.'rhr, Sport Grain f Prise 1220 World at Six Dc-n CER if Rcdio 1010 Colgcry WEDNESDAY NiCHT 1UKJ RscX World Six Scrwcte t-Vt I- 7--r. FefC'jSOfl Eye Opsr.sr rr. News, SKTTS, Wrf-.r e. j 1C: 15 Nights irr bfch." See it ifs New at ANGLO NEW 6R33 AM PORTABLE TRANSISTOR RADIO With ynrivclied sensi- tivity end selectivity. Leatherette cabinet end wosdgrcrn front. Feo- Tures: AC power jock, (cdcpior epflor.ci ex- con- trol, ecrphcne jcck, w factteries, earphone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and Centei 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Channel 7 {Cablevijron Ch. 6) THURSDAY fter'iTA PI'J! Penther WEDNESDAY HI6K7 3 vV'zifU cf bz MilJsr bind 9.CO Farm Sco5.'e; Wovlt: Dros -In CFCN-TV lefhbndge Chonnel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY MJGHT NHL Spdflibee; 'Yi Mc-fv Griffn THURSDAY Tfiough? fcr Desy (c) Trc'jfcle Anything You Can i Sat Do (c) Pie.-re Serfor, (c) Trek (e) Jhe Cll-ck Ur.ivtfiify rf At.- KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Agricuiture As the Worid Turns News in D2cTocs Card Price ii Risn? Ancther Centre Sale of Secret Storm Car.rAn Squares Dsutiles ?-00 Year Family Affair News V.'r.s What Joker's V.'ild Tor.ioht Shew News THURSDAY News J Our World 1 i Ccnct-rirrsTTsn KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT News 6: SO Truth cr (c) Pay! Lynce and .'Ars. Jo Jc-'es Lois THURSDAY Kewlywed Gerr.f Ger.eral Hospital La Lanne Life to Live Audrey Our Livei Dinah's rr.e Hea.'t II or. a Daiing Game fv S'cond Two for price of one Double screen offered by movie theatres By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Movie theatres have offered every- thing from three dimensions to wrap-around screens, and it seemed that noting new could be added. Now comes a movie with two images side by side. It's called Wicked, Wicked, and thatre patrons will be get- J ting two movies for the price of I one. I The device is the idea of I Richard Bare, veteran of fea- tures and television. He told about his inspiration: "I driving home from Newport one day after sailing my yacht. As I glanced from i one side of the freeway to the other, I noticed how my mind was taking a picture over here, then another over there. Why not teil a film story with two j simultaneous images j 'I played around with the! idea for two years before put- j ting anything on paoer. Tfoec 11 decided to try the double tech-' nique with a pycbo-drama I Canada's peacekeeping task frustrating chore By JOHN BEST OTTAWA (CP; Peace- keeping, said the govern- ment's defence white paper of 1971, "has all too often been frustrating and disillusioning" for Canada. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp has frequently described the limited keeping mission that Canada has been involved in for 19 years In Indochina as a farce. Despite such expressions of disenchantment. Canada was poised on the eve of a new year for a possible new per keeping Vietnam. if might engage the services of more men than Canada has ever sent abroad for such duties, more than Suez. Tne Conzo or Cyprus. Figures of 3.0M and more Crash survivors ate their friends SANTIAGO. Chile (AP) Of- I ilcia! sources confirmed Tues-. day that survivors of as Andes i plane crash had eaten the flesh cf dead comrades to avoid star- vation during a 63-day orceaL The official sources said 15 survivors, either players or boosters of an Uruguayan rugby team, had made a solemn pact that they would not discuss the matter until they returned t o Montevideo, Uruguay, and then they would make a collective statement. Three have already returned to Montevideo. The other 13 have remained hi Santiago to recover but plan to fly back to Montevideo in a day or two. Toe plane had 45 persons aboard when it hit an Andes peak Oct. 13. By the end of Oc- tober, 29 were dead. There had been rumors that those who survived might have eaten human fes-h ro live through the bitter mountain buzzards, but the reports could not be substantiated until Tues- day. Tne sources said that of the young men. cor compared the group's decision AM My Childrsn Farm (c) Lei's Deal to use the cadavers as "similar to a heart transplant." His ex- planation: In a transplant oper- ation a heart is takes from a person at death to TnaJntain an- other's life, and in the same manner portions of bodies have been used to maintain the liv- ing. The sources said the survi- vors related that the decision to use the bodies of friends, and even relatives, was a collecsive one agreed to by all Earlier, the survivors told 01 having' a good deal of food, be- cause they had stocked up oc candy and preserved fruit dur- ing a stop at Mendoza, Argen- tina. REVIEW URGED TORONTO (CP) The gov- erning council of the University of Toronto has asked the On- tario government to reconsider the student-aid regulations in- troduced last March. The council's statement expressed concern that tuition fee in- creases and tighter grant regu- lations would further inhibit stu- dents from low-income famines attending university. We are now accepting Reservations for NEW YEAR'S EVE at HY'S STEAK-HOUSE Phone 327-7123 or 328-6233 ELKS PUBUC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NO? S250 IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no bingo called after 55 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. 2 CHANCES TO WIN NO CNE 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLiC-UPSTAIRS ELKS end INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS end INVITED GUESTS ONLY ?n CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, DEC. 2S-CHARADES FPJDAY, OK. 29-CHABADES SATURDAY, DEC. 30-MOONGlOWS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HOW THE WEST WAS In color. Starring James Stewart. Wednesday and Thursday. December 27 and 28. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PUPPET ON A CHAIN" In color. Starring Barbara Parkins. Wednesday, December 27. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GREAT NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA RAID" In color. Starring Cliff Robertson. Wednesday. December 27. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children, TABER Tower Theatre "BIG JAKE" In co'or. Starring John Wayne. day. December 27. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Ladv Sings ths Blues" Last Complete Show 9 Restricted Aduit Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Oliver7' 7.-M. Last Complete Show Family Thursday Matinee "Oliver' One Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "They Only Kill Their Masters" Last Complete Show Adult. Not Suitable for Caiidren ers and support staff have been mentioned.- As peace negotiations dragged in December. Canada was kespbg Its options open, insisting on the right terms of reference. And the whole pro- ject, also would involve trcops froai Polsiw. H1jngary ?nd Indonesia, dersended on the ach'-e'.'ernent of a cease- fire in the Vietnam war. The quick reactivation of long-standing contingency plans for a greatly expanded peacekeeping operation i a Vietnam caped an otherwise unspectacular year in the de- fence department, TO REPLACE ARGUS However, major decisions taken vrhich have important implications for de- fence spending by Canada in years to come. Chief if these was the deci- sion to purchase E new, long- range surveillance aircraft to replace the Argus that has been in operation with Mari- time Command since the late 1950s. About 25 sophisticated new- planes might cost upwards of million, with spare parts, and a number of British and United States aerospace cor- paranoas were vying for the lucrative contract. Three years after the gov- ernment's decision to reduce and re-structure the Canadian land force in Europe, it was announced that, the Scorpion, a British light tank, would be purchased to replace the Sec- ond-World-War vintage Centu- rions being retired under the re-structuring. Toe cost of 100 Scorpions is expected to run to about million. Though the 2.800-man battle group in Germany is to be equipped with them first, they also will be supplied to army imits in Canada. Finally, the government's two-year plan to place Armed Forces pay on a par with the public senice was completed Oct. 1. and most servicemen in consequence got a 10-per- cent pay increase. Cost of the new pay package is about million a year. BOMARCS DISMANTLED The year witnessed the par- tial de-nuclearization of Can- ada's role in continental air defence, and the launching of preliminary staff talks on re- newal of the Cansda-U.S. NORAD agreement. The cur- rent agreement expires in the spring" of 1S73. Canada's two squadrons of nuclear-tipped Bo'marc B anti-aircraft missiles, at North Bay, Ont. and La'Ma- caza. Que., were dismantled snd quietly shipped back to the United States, from where they had corae nine years ear- lier Li the wake of swirling political controversy. The Voodoo interceptor squadrons which Canada con- tributes to continental air de- fence remain equipped with ruclsar missiles. Canada re- linquished its nuclear role in Europe earlier. Gen. Jscques A. Dextraze. 53. cne of Canada's best known and mcst colorful field over as chief of defence staff Sspi. 15. He succeeded Gen. Frederick R. Sharp. 57. who retired and went Into private business. owned, The Squirrel" Bare produced his scrip, de- signing the action with careful balance between the two screens. He realized that the viewer could not absorb events and dialogue oc both screens at once. So at most times there was an 'active' side, where important things were happen- ing, and a "passive' side, where the action aad dialogue were limited "For instance, I have an old lady recounting bow grandly she once lived; on the other screen we see that she had really been a Bare said Four or five times during the script, Bare made the action full-screen "for shock value." I Bare showed the script, which concerns murder in a resort bo- tel, to bis former boss Warner Brother, William Orr. i i They formed a company and I took the project to MGM, Within 48 hours they had a go- j ahead- Wicked, Wicked was filmed in 48 days at the venerable Hotel Del Coronado near San Diego. Alhough he was actually shoot- ing two complete films. Bare was able to keep the budget un- der million. He figures the cost and shooting time was aboil 50 per cent more than 1 thev would have been for a nor- NEW ROAD QUEBEC (CP) The provin- cial roads department has nounced a new 13-rciie of the Trans-Canada has been opened near St. Pascal de Kamouraska, 75 miles aorth- jeast of here. The department I estimates cost of building the new section at DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HQSACtC Certified Dental 5rh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 j Police foil i (nice leap NEW YORK CAP) A New: j York City man stood on a 17th- j floor window ledge at the St.. Regis Hotel here and threat- i ened for several hours to jump, j But po-ice tricked him with a j telephone call from his wife. j The would-be jumper. Jack; Sloan. 45, was finally subdued j by four policemen in his hotel! room, carried out of the hotel strapped in a chair and taken to j hospital. j Toe man began periodically j climbing out on the window j ledge and threatening to jump Sunday afternoon. i After about three Sloan's wife, Anne, arrived at j the hotel, was taken to the j room adjoining her bysbesd's I and called Mm on the tele- i phone. When Sloan answered, police] knew he was in a part of fee j room far from the window, and they broke down the door, rushed in and subdued him. TONIGHT AT Allied Arts Council Presents The Old Woman In The Shoe" YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE ADULTS ALL STUDENTS Ticket! at Ulsfer'f end erf the door SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE TONIGHT WEDNESDAY, DEC 27th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE CROWSNEST PASS CASCADES LETHBWDCE MIDSFT 'A' ELKS 5Q6 Students 25C L Elementary School ond School Children Accompanied by Parent -FREE WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE SUNSET FOUR" For members and invited guests onlyl RESTRICTED ADULT paramount DIANA BILUE HOLICW NOW SHOWING tit P.m. more! more; ncHNicaor Matinee DeHv 2 D m. AWARDS SINGS THE BLUES Family Entertainment paramount cinema W> SL i 3Z7-51W TODAY and THURS. p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN they only their NCW SHOWING At and .m. METHOCOLO3 With JAMES GARNER, (CATHERINE ROSE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Facility Dee. 23 L-ec. Dec. 30 Jan. I i i FRITZ SICK j POOL Fcmiiy j Swim i 10-12 Noon j Free Public j T.A -r, Public c v M 1 I i Swirr j 7 C .m. Free Aduit 7-9 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Public Neon Free Public Sicotlr.g 2-- Skcfe 2t p.m. Skcte 1 3 p.m. 9 PARK ICE 2-4 2-4 CMC ICE CENTRE Free Public Skating 1-3 p.m. Public 2-- c.m. Thert will be no public skating et Henderson Fork Ice Centre Friday, December 29 from 7.-00 to p.m. dwt to a previous becking com mitfmenr. All FACILITIES WILL BE CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY ;