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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 28, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 5 TUESDAY MOVIK DKAMA: "Swgranl (i p.m.. Cli. 7. A story of post-Civil War clays about a Negro soldier who is charged with murdering a 16-year-old girl. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wclhy, 8 p.m., Cll. 13. Cancer is tlie emotional impact in this story which deals with a woman's isolation as she copes with the possibility of a mastectomy. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, C'li. 7. A sa- tirical salute to Hie movies featuring Steve Lawrence and Dick Martin. A production number honors many of Walt Disney's characters. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. Authentic medie- val music highlights this profile of the Huggett Family Play- ers who perform in Canada and Britain. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A news special which assesses the top news events of 1971 with CEC's foreign and national correspondents. 0 NEWS SPECIAL: Conversation with tile Prime Minis- ter, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Prime Minister Trudeau discusses his government's record over the past year. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. George Burns and (lie Mills Brothers are David's special gusts. WEDNESDAY SCIENCE FICTION: "The lOlh 1 p.m., Ch. A beautiful actress hunts down her 10th victim in a future age when homocide is legal. DOCUMENTARY: "One Northern p.m., Ch. 7. This is the debut of a 13-part series on the Canadian Arctic regions1. Trimbles Programi ftn listed by the radio and.....' changes by thto stations end If not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports MoHey McGill with Contemporary News T.J., TUESDAY N.OHT Beryl Clark g.4S Checline n Barry Hegland Leo Dow Show 3-oa uarlv CJOC -K TUESDAY NIGHT News, Weather News and 'Jrain World at Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Andcrsor WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot and Sporfs Phone Bill Wayne Ber Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weathe and Sports Sho1 Prices Jack Thys ParTy Line Rob Ingrain World at Six CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaitcr Concerts (Bob Consie) Don Ma Don Hodman a.m. Sign-Oif CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six As It Happens F-in.-ile' Tuesday Night WEDNESDAY News, Sporfs, Wlhr Eye Opener From the Capitals 8 00 World a! 8 Five Nights a Week Commentary Prairie Recital World a) 9 This Country fts Nations Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World a! Six Trimbles Tire 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM GOT alignment specialists will do all tl inspect front-end, chock absorbers and wln-el flombly nlifjn front-end; correct caml> caster and too-in. LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences Teleprobe 7 Sereje.mt Rutlerlm Burnpt: Teleprobe Under Attack WEDNESDAY Farm and City Today Romper Room Filn Town Movie: Movie: Adventures of Tom Sawyer Take 30 Edge of Niglif Psychiatrist Ono Norihern Sum (c) Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4} DavitJ All About TUESDAY NIGHT C.nrlr's Cmnly Love Ampni.an Stylo (c) Miirtu-. WHtiy Eddic'f f athrr tan Tyson (cl Primo Mini'.lei New. News (tl Direction-., WE in Thought for Day Norlh New, fr) Bpwiti hrd 30 University of Air Best Ih? Clock Yorja (r) Movie: House of Frighten- Tho Tenth Victim stein (r.) Man Trap (c) Uncle Bobby (c) Anolhrr World Program Hi Liqhts Anything You Can Fashions in Sewing Do C.irtoon Thonlie Dick Van Dyke Ed Allen (r) Buckshot (c) In Conversation Flintstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} TUESDAY NIGHT Nmvs News Hnwiiti Five o Gunsmokp Nichols IO 1? (f New, Tonicjhl Miciv WE Our Woi KFBB-TV i Agriculture 7-flft Today Show Today in Mt Concentration of the Century Hdgo of Night o.M Hollywood Squares Corner Pyk U.) Ki.fiO Jropnrtly (c) Matinee Movif 111.JO Who, Whal, Where My Three C..imn Family Affair Nfv.s NBC Nightly N( Somerset News (c) World Turns News News (c) The Doctor-, (O Another World fficif Ttilis Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT .'.ft Hrw, 1? fO G.li News (c) .'.ft 1? fO Nowlywrd Dinah's 'Place (c) lioo Secret Storm 6.30 Mod MIU-KI (c) Lal.anne Ono Life to Live Movie: Mflyhc I'll Audrey (c) Our Lives Conic Home in the Giillopinfi Gourmet General Hospital Spring (c) Where the Heart IS Three on fi Match WHIiy News (c) D.itim? Gain (i-) WEDNESDAY r'im Th.it 'Girl (O Dec. 31 deadline for cnlrics time again to pick Oscar winners Bust honored in Jerusalem By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) It's that time of year when film re- viewers go bleary-eyed and movie publicists start fattening their expense accounts. It's Oscar time. Dec. 31 is the deadline for en- tries in the annual awards of I he Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Inevitably, the last two weeks of the year bring a flood of previews, pre- mieres, special screenings and visits to Hollywood by stars and directors who have made the Oscar hopefuls. What kind of a race is it? Alas, not a very strong one. The year 1971 won't he regis- j A Clockwurk Urangu, Tlie Boy lered as vintage for film qual- Pncnd, Summer of '42 Mary, ity With such as Quccn of K fa Fiddler on the Roof afld Nic-ho- t las and Alexandra, most of the Kotch- A Da-v Uie Llfc Ivan DcnisovicJi, Hospital." Best actor Peter Broadway group facing dilemma film products have been tic" pictures, reflecting the penny-pinching needs of current economy. Some of the little pictures, notably The Last Picture Show, have produced quality. But many were too drab or sex- charged, or both. Here is one reporter's assess- ment of the Oscar race as it shapes up now probable no- minees are listed more or less of their relative NEW YORK (API Broad- way is losing some of its highly touted cross-country clout, says T h o m a s W. Mallow, prime packager of touring shows. "Some places we serve have even volunteered to help finance new properties better geared to their Mallow says, noting a trend. "The problem is that Broad- way plays often no longer auto- matically suit theatrical tastes in the rest of the country. At the same time, local sponsors rec- o g n i z e the eclat of that 'straight from the Great- White-Way' label. It's quite a di- lemma to resolve." Mallow's company, American Theaire Productions, provides the ccmedies, musicals and oc- casional dramas which each year visit up to 300 cities, towns and colleges for a gross. Indicative of growing resist- ance to some of the Broadway wares, ATP found it necessary to cancel three of eight sched- uled exhibits this season, the first time such a thing hap- pened. "There just weren't enough local sponsors interested to make a tour economically feasi- ble." S'ays Mallow of the apathy aimed at Brendan Behan's Bor- stal Boy, the lavish musical Canterbury Tales, and The Last Sweet Days of Isaac, a more ex- perimental tuner. MARKET GROWING "What makes that all particu- larly significant." adds Mallow, "is that the general market for stage shows is increasing." "1 had thought that the gen- j eral economic situation indi- i cated a slowdown this year, but practically every city is report- ing increased subscriptions." ATP usually books under local sponsorship with a guaranteed fee ana" occasionally ventures a percentage deal. "Even the colleges have only a limited interest in avant-garde attention the impresa-' rio declares. "That poses quite a problem when the average step has to be calculated revenue from a scat auditoriunr." M a 11 o w, a dapper, quiet- speaking alumnus of the Music Corporation of America, has both eyes open for fresh scripts of high potential appeal in the i in order strength: Best picture Nicholas and Alexandra. Carnal Knowledge, the Sunday Bloody Sunday; Waller Malthau, Koldi; Gene Hack- msn, The French Connection: George C. Scott, Hospital; Jack Nicholson, Carnal Knowledge; Topol, Fiddler on the Roof; Timothy Bottoms, The Last Picture Show; Paul Seofield, King Lear; Michael Jayston and Tom Baker, Nicholas and Alexandra; Tom Courtney, A Day in the Life of Ivan Denis- ovich; John Finch, Macbeth; provinces. Local readiness to share costs is getting a pilot test currently with the Toledo. Ohio, Theatre League underwriting ATP's pro- duction of Butterflies Are Free, starring Jan Starling. It's the biggest booking attraction with mere than 300 dates. Since being founded in 1905, ATP has sent out 20 prior pro- ductions and claims now 85 per cent of the market available to "national touring companies." That trade phrase identifies troupes organized by some management other than the original Broadway sponsor. If the latter sends a cast en file j The Last Picture Show, Fiddler on tlie Roof, the French Con- nection, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Dustin Hoffman. Straw Dogs; Malcolm MeDowall, A Clock- work Orange. Best actress Jane Fonda, Klute; Glenda Jackson, Sunday road, it is called company.' a "national Heroin Jddden in books s successor answers critics PARIS (Renter) French customs men seized a multi-mil- lion dollar shipment of 132 pounds of heroin hidden in a consignment of old books at Le Bourget airport near Paris dur- ing Christmas, it was an- nounced today. The heroin, one of tlie biggest recent bants made by French authorities, was split up in 120 small packets when it was seized Friday. The books were on their way to Canada. According to calculations by anti-narcotics authorities, a kilo (2.2 pounds) of pure heroin can be worth up to when sold to addicts in the United Stales. On this basis the haul could be worth up to S24 million. The Canadian address to which the parcel was addressed was not disclosed but police said it was false. No arrests have yet been made, they added. MORE GRADUATES EDMONTO N (CP) record 133 persons graduated in chartered berta in record, the Institute of Chart- accountancy in Al- 1971. The previous ered Accountants of Alberta was 88 in ALBfRTA a Dr.il ic) A., 10 News CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE HORSEMAN" In color. Starring Omar Sharif and Jack Palance. Tuesday and Wednesday. December 28 and 20. Tuesday show at p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" In Technicolor Starring Elvis Presley. Tuesday and Wednesday, December 28 and 23. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's "IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolor. Starring Maurice Chevalier. Hayley Mills and George Sanders. Tuesday and Wednesday. December 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "FLIGHT OF THE DOVES" In color. Starring Ron Moody and Jack Wild. Tuesday, December 2S Shows at and p.m. Family. By JOHN BARROWS UNITED NATIONS (Rcuter) Kurt Waldheim of Austria, the new secretary-general, has answered critics who have stated publicly and privately that he is too weak and cautious for the job declaring, "these people will soon find out what kind of man I am." In an interview Waldheim also angrily rejected the view expressed in some newspapers heard repeatedly in the corridors of the his service with the German army in the Second World War made him a strange choice for the post. "My brother and 1 were he said. "What choice did we He served as a lieutenant with the Wchrmacht on the Russian and Kalian fronts and in 1941 was wounded. "The good Lord had helped me and I was sent home to re- sume my university studies." RECALLS OCCUPATION He said that when Austria was occupied by the Nazis in 1938 only Mexico moved a fin- ger to help. "These people who are now criticizing should think back to the lime of Anschluss (German annexation of Austria) when Austria was pleading for help." Waldheim said his whole fam- ily fought against the Nazis up lo and beyond the occupation of Austria. lie was a member of an anti-Nazi Austrian youth movement. "The whole family was perse- cuted by the Nazis. My father, who was a school inspector, was dismissed because of his well- known opposition lo the Nazis and was then put in prison." The tall, elegant career diplo- mat, who is 53, was equally out- spoken in rejecting the view's of those who have said he lacks the necessary moral force to be an "intervenlionist" secretary- general ready lo use his office to play an active role in world political crisis. "This is just I people who do not know me can speak such he de- clared. Waldheim said that as Austrian foreign minister he had had been confronted with the most delicate and difficult prob- lems. Referring to his narrow defeat for the presidency of Austria earlier this lost to Franz Jonas by only asked: "How can a man be colorless when he gels the votes of almost half the Austrian population? Such a re- sult is not achieved by a man with no charisma." He added: "Tlie secretary-general, in my opinion, has to be active. He has to undertake initiatives and do his utmost to contribute in an active way to the solution of political problems as well as all the others with which the UN is confronted." But the UN chief had to stay within the limits imposed by tlie UN charter. "It would be a great mistake for somebody to go beyond (hose limits, and dangerous for the UN itself. "If the secretary-general tries lo force an issue, he is heading for trouble." Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Lady and the Tramp" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Ketch" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Sometimes a Great Notion" Last Complete Show Bloody Sunday and Mary, Queen of Scots; Janet Suzniaii, Nicholas and Alexandra: Va- nessa Redgrave, Mary, Queen of Scots and The Trojan Wom- en; Ruth Gordon, Harold and JERUSALEM Prof. Charles II. Best of Toronto, co- discovercr of insulin 50 years Eigo, has been awarded an hon- orary doctorate from the Ile- brev linivursitv. Hector Jacob in making Maude; Twiggy, The Boy i the; prcscn t a t ion. said his Friend Ann-Margrct, achievements were "the finesl Knowledge; Tuesday Weld. A example ol'.science in the scrv- Safc Place; Bib Anderson, The ol mankind." Touch. A reccplion alter the cere- Best director Peter i als" was "tended by Ca- novich, The Last Picture Show; Ambassador Charles Mike Nichols, Carnal Knowl- edge; William Friedkin, The French Connection; Franklin Schaffner, Nicholas Alexan- MOST POPULAR Scotch pine is most popular as dra; Stanley Kubrick, A Clock- a Christmas tree among Canadi- work Orange; Charles Jarrott, Mary, Queen of Scots; Norman Jewison, Fiddler on the Roof. They can't all win. Five in; each category will be noini-l nated Feb. 23. I The final winners will be' known al tlie Academy Awards! dinner April I. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S PARK PLAZA by BRIDGETOWN Phone 327-1448 chickens killed in lire EDMONTON (CP) An esti- mated 12.000 chickens were killed when fire destroyed a building owned by Lilydale Poultry Farms on tlie city's western outskirts Saturday night. A fire department spokesman said the fire is believed to have started in the building's heat- ing room. where heating units were working hard to counter- act temperatures that dropped to 37 below during the night. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVITY PROGRAMS CHILDREN'S RECREATIONAL FREE HOCKEY CIVIC ICE CENTRE Noon) Wednesday, December 29 and Thursday, December 30, 1971 HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Noon) Wednesday, December 29, Thursday, December 30 and Friday, December 31, 1971 ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Noon) Wednesday, December 29 and Thursday, Decem- ber 30, 1971 SCHOOLS Galbraith, Gilbert Patei'son, Lakevlew and Flcetwood Bawden. Wednesday, December 29 and Thursday, December 30, 1971, Recreational Basketball, Volley- etc. (FREE) p.m. ba NOTE; Please refer to the regular public swimming and skating schedule on the entertainment page each Monday and Thursday pertaining to the schedule of limes for FREE public skating and swimming at the city recreational facilities during the Chrisfmai holidays. May We Suggest That You RESERVE YOUR TABLE NOW for Dinner at the MARQUIS HOTEL for Christmas Day and New Years' Day SPECIAL FAMILY RATES THE GRILL ROOM FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE PHONE 327-3191 HOLIDAY FUN FOR EVERYONE ENJOY A NIGHT OUT AT THE MOVIES! TODAY and WED. IT'S DOG-GONE GOOD! (FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT) MATINEE DAILY p.m. EVENINGS and p.m. NOW SHOWING ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ABC Picture! Corp. WALTER MATTHAU "KQTCH" Walter Matthau in a role only he could make so excilinglydifferent...you'll start talking about it from the opening scene. Jack Lemmon directs. Ho takes his lent "behind" the camera lor j thetirsttime toaddancw, fresh dimenston to his brilliant career. Mta MATINEE DAILY p.m. EVENING p.m. COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING Al and p.m. ADULT: Language Used May Be Offensive "NEVER GIVE A INCH" was the motto of the Stampers of Oregon...and live it they did! tv NEXT MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT P.M. ;