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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Thursday. December 27.1973 1973 was good year AfterTchrifitmas 1for Broadway shows I Bv WILLIAM GLOVER Centre drama. CBS cancelled with a mixed BROKEN BARS Sale HAIR SPRAY 910 Chocolate 77tfK Sudden Beauty Oh Henry. Ib......'......... I I Ip 425gm. Can. I CHRISTMAS I WRAP Limited supply PRICE LAMES' BRIEFS Triacetate. Sizes S.M.L........ LADIES' KNEE HIGHS LADIES' SWEATERS spice. One size. 2 pr. pkg. 88' Broken styles and sizes. Season clearance. 3.88 PANTY HOSE LADIES' DUSTERS Polyester fibrefill. Sizes S.M.L........... 4.88 CHRISTMAS CARDS One size. Manufacturers clearance LADIES' SLIPPERS Various styles afl Limited supply MEN'S PLAID SHIRT Sizes Cotton and rayon......... LADIES' SLIPPERS PRICE .96 Various styles and colors.......... PACKAGED COOKIES Made in England......... 1 MEN'S HOSE Orion and nylon. One BOYS' PANTS Sizes 4-6x INFANTS' DIAPER SET Sizes Ideal for boy or girl.......... 2.97 PHOTO ALBUMS I88 8 no corners or oaste 8 TRACK TAPES Various artists. Discontinued tapes......... 2.00 L.P. RECORDS Special buy. POCKET RADIO Solid state. Carrying handle. 3.88 STYROFOAM CUPS 51 cups per pkg. TIMEX WATCHES All models reduced..... ALARM CLOCKS Various styles. 1 yr. guarantee........ 1.00 rmm Approx. 26 x 36 SCATTER MATS Various sizes. Clearance Price TOWELS WR 3.46 Oil GREY BLANKETS Cotton. Approx. 1.47 PILLOWS 99' Flaked foam. Non-allergenic. 1.77 pkg. of 2 bulbs PLASTIC DRAPES All approx. G.E. LIGHT BULBS Approx. x Assorted I s patterns............. I MAC TAG ROLLS x 10 patterns. 99 til SENIOR AQUARIUM KITS Complete with aquar- can- 4 Q opy and more......... 19s WILD BIRD SEED ACRYLIC KNITTING YARN 4 washable. Approx. 8 oz. HOUSE HOLD PLASTICS dish bowl set and others..................OU GLASS BAKEWARE loaf 1ft A utility dish A'4 QQ VH andmore...........efiX I sOO 1.96 K-TEL RECORD SELECTOR As seen on TV........... 3.99 Thurt. and Fri. until 9 P.M. By WILLIAM GLOVER NEW YORK is the theatre year that Shows on tour outgrossed shows on Broadway for the first time in box office million to Getting the producers sent more big pro- jects on longer tryout trips as a hedge against Times Square and somehow picked nine months as the best gesta- tion stretch an actress nam- ed Sylvia Miles emerged as the anti-critic activist of the season by dumping a raw hamburger on the noggin of a churlish reviewer The cross-country resident repertory scene was featured by more caution than with dynamic exceptions. The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and the Long Wharf Theatre in New sent Shubert Alley a The Changing Room For Joseph the theatrical Mr. Big of it was a time of modifying rap- ture. Critical brickbats greeted his initial demonstrations of a new life style for Lincoln FOUNDED QUARTERLY BOSTON Philip Rahv. a leading United States literary critic and a founder of the influential left-wing quar- terly Partisan died Saturday at age 64. a professor of English at Brandeis University since 1957. was considered one of the leading experts on Dostoevski and Tolstoy. Centre drama. CBS cancelled longterm television dreams and his musical Much Ado About'Nothing closed as a dis- cordant Broadway loser. FEWER NEW SHOWS On the produc- tion pace slowed to 52 from 59 the previous year. Only five looked like moneymakers There were enough revivals for an old-time religious camp but backers dropped a fast million on 35 ventures already departed Seven tur- keys turned up their toes after single performances On the other 13 hold- overs from previous years with profits ranging from on Butley to for and five other longruns continued to thrive The Pulitzer and Tony drama awards went to That Championship Season Top musical awards went to A Lit- tle Night which nobody could hum Picked as best actors were Julie Harris and Alan Bates for Glynis Johns and Ben Vereen for musicals Debbie ignored by proved her champ crowd-puller of the year in Irene No sudden talent performer or appeared in the theatrical sky during and there was irony for the profession generally in the most widely known song to emerge from the year's melody It's Not Where You It's Where You Finish It was in a show that started TV highlights THURSDAY Brinker and the Silver 6 Ch. 7. A Christmas favorite returns. It's the story of a teen-ager in Amsterdam who sets out to help his injured father and win a pair of silver skates for himself. CRIME Ch. 13. But is the story of a fading cosmetic queen with a penchant for murder. ABC 7 Ch. 11. of the examines the problems confronting the Nixon Ad- ministration. CRIME 9 Ch. 7. A man who acts as a go-between for a gang of jewel thieves and an in- surance company. CRIME 9 Ch. 13. A tense poker game between Ironside and a cardsharp murder suspect. CRIME Streets of San 10 Ch. 13. An ambitious young charmer whose true love is money. One of his girl friends knows he's the one who robbed a bank. MOVIE Legend of Lylah 13 mid- Ch. 7. A bizarre portrait of backstage Hollywood. FRIDAY MOVIE You Hear the One About the Travelling 1 Ch. 13. The wacky adventures of a woman selling player pianos in turn-of-the century Kansas. Effective January Alberta Motor Association offices across Alberta will observe the following hours of Weekdays.......... a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays a.m. to p.m. ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 608 5th Ave. South Phone 328-1181 CARRIAGE HOUSE OFFERS A WEEKEND NIGHT FOR TWO IN CALGARY .00 30 iriirch 30 deluxe room break- fast and Shishke- bob dinner tor two in dining room club facilities or collect lor MOTOR INN 9030 Macleod Trail S.E. 253-1101 OFFER ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE HIGHLANDER WOTOR HOTEL iaiB-16lhAvB NW.Cnlgnry 289 1961 with a mixed struggled through 296 performances and finished with a loss of million. Sic alas. Chariot causing problem Calif. Restaurant owner Nick Galaxidas bought a chariot and rode to work behind a team of horses. But the chariot wound up in the garage of a who won't gived it back without proof of ownership. Galaxidas explained yester- day that he bought the chariot from MGM which had used it in Ben Hur. Last week the chariot and horses disappeared Galaxidas's front yard. They turned up in the driveway of Municipal Judge Allen a neighbor who said he is not acquainted with Galaxidas. The sheriff's department sent the horses to the Animal which returned them to Galaxidas. But the judge wanted proof of ownership of the chariot. don't have any and MGM Studios is closed un- til Galaxidas said. I did so want to drive my cousin from Greece around town in I know is I don't know who the damn chariot belongs Judge Fields replied. The sheriff's people didn't know what to do with it and I told them they could hold it in my garage until its owner came after it. better than having it sit out in the rain or something. It's a nice as chariots go. Just come out and show me a pink slip and it's Founder of UFO 'no nut' TORONTO no wild-eyed nut and I don't be- lieve in little green men says Norine 33-year- old Toronto mother of two. Mrs. LeBlanc is founder and chairman of the Canadian UFO which she says is Canada's only organization dedicated to investigating re- ports of unidentified flying ob- jects. Mrs. LeBlanc said in an in- terview Sunday the group started in but so far has uncovered only false leads. the reports so far have turned out to be airplane lights or something equally in- she said. we are only interested in the truth and if the reports turn out to be we say She said her interest in UFOs began nearly 20 years when she saw a weird .light over a lake near Peter- Ont. was no explanation for it. There was nothing on the lake or in the sky above it. Just this She said UFOs have been much ignored in Can- group is the only one making a serious attempt to get to the bottom of some of these sightings. We are con- centrating on Ontario but we hope to expand to other provinces in the She said the group's four- member executive committee checks out all UFO reports in Ontario. Faithful employee NEW YORK George was known to his co-workers as a man who hasn't missed a day's work in 18 years at a bakery here. But he topped all dis- plays of loyalty yesterday after a band of young muggers shot him on his way to his baker's job at 4 a.m. Police said Keller shot in the stomach and but- tocks managed to board a go to as he -always did. prepare the bak- ery for the day's chores'before walking 12 blocks to a police station to report the crime. Am ambulance took him from the station to a hospital. His condition was critical after emergency surgery. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility ol The Lethbndge Herald. CHIC MONDAY thru FRIDAY Buryl Clarke Farm News News Checkline Walt Edwards John Oliver 12'15 Farm News THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Report 5.40 Local News World at 6'35 Jim Parsons Show 8.00 John Charles Show 12-30 Kevin McKenna Show 12-30 News Sports 1-00 Grain Prices CaTof the Wild Jack Neufeld News Paul Tessier Roy Rennlck CJOC FRIDAY 5.30 Jim Elliot 6-05 Jack Thys Show Wthr. Sport B'35 Phone Bill Show 10.05 Gord Whitehead Jack Thys Hour ot Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices Gord Whilehead Jim Parsons CHBC-FM 10O.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-o 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster THURSDAY NIGHT 6.00 World at Six 6.30 As It Happens 8'03 Themes and Variations News. Sports hrom the Capitals Five Nights a Week Our Friend the Flickers News Inner Ear Sign Oil 12 noon-6 p.m. pon Hedman 6 p- m -1 SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-l p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p m. The Gashaus Hour 6 p.m.-12 Midnight Overtures CBR 6.05 12-03 1-FS 4-05 FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener This Country Radio Noon StnnkmarkPt Take Time OH the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six HOLIDAY SPECIALS PER CASE 10 oz. SPECIAL BUY 6 FOR GET 2 FREE Plus Deposit At All Participating Dealers CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares 5.30 News Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates 8.00 Carol Burnett The Connection 10730 Maude 11.00 News P.M. Legend of Lilah Claire FRIDAY Pinnnchio Secrets of the Kitchen and City Wizard of Oz Mon Giant 8.00 Uncle Bobby Ed Allen Interchange Hollywood Squares Camera 12 10.30 Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Lassie Hollywood Squares General Hospital 1.30 Let's Make A Deal Our Town 3-00 Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT Anything You Can Do Buckshot Mod Squad News Mystery Movie Columbo 8'00 Kung Fu 9.-00 Ironside Streets of San Francisco 11-00 News News Merv Griffin FRIDAY 5.55 Thought for Day University of Air Yoga Canada A.M Romper Rooni This Week NFB Polka Dot Door 10-00 Lifestyle Pay Cards Galloping Gourmet Beat the Clock The Fllntstones Family Affair Did You Hear the One About the Travelling Saleslady' Somerset 3.00 Another World 3.30 What's the Good Anything You Can Do Buckshot Mod Squad News KRTV Great Palls Channel 3 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT News News The Waltons Oklahoma Oral Roberts Ironside News Toniqht Show FRIDAY Understanding Our World Salute Agriculture Today Show Today In Montana Pyramid 9-00 Gambit Hollywood Squares 10-00 Jeopardy What. Where Uame News Price is Right 11-30 As The World Turns Days of Our Lives 12 30 The Doctors Another World New Match Game 2 00 Secret Storm Mike Douglas Show Joker's Wild News News KFM Great Falls Channel 3 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT Crisis in the Presidency Kung Fu Streets of San Francisco 10.00 TV.ZI News The Power FRIDAY Farm News Captain Kangaroo News Audrey 9.30 Jack Lauanne 10.00 Young and the Restless '10-25 News 10.30 Search for Tomorrow All My Children Let's Make A Deal Newlywed Game News General Hospital One Life to Live Love American Style Wizard of Odds Three on a Match Girl In My Life Split Second Brady Bunch Password News Truth or Consequences ;