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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: 'Wad Hoal on a C p.m., Ch. 7. A Wend of comedy meloJrama about the escapades o[ a con man. COMEDY: George, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Jim has a chance at a good business with a tourist agenU-it George doesn't interfere. COMEDY: LHtle I'capk', h-m., Ch. 13. It's no happy birthday for Dr. Jamison because his pa- tient just got himself trapped in a mine shaft. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Steve Law- rence is the special guest in this repeat program. MOVIE COMEDY: "Hello DOWTI 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The misadventures of a Florida family testing an under- water home. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Coast of 9 Ch. 7. A melodrama a hujjt fur diamonds off thr: South African coast. SPECIAL: Diefcntjakcr: The Homestead Years, p.m., Ch.'IS. The Diefenbakcr family's journey v.-est and the early life in Saskatchewan is dramatized. MOVIE DRAMA: "The a.m., Ch. 7. A young man is released from a prison mental ward but hasn't been cured of his compulsion to kill. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. On the lam in Mexico for a crime he dirVi't commit, a Texan returns to avenge his brother's murder. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ere titled by the radio and Irievition Any variation in program schedule is due to lojj- minule changes by the stations and is not the sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributers Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC ttorlvj McGill AJIari lyife-npcrarY Nsrt; Ooyg Spoils; D'vr1 Farm Nev.s; W'jslc SuixJay s MONDAY ttinj Cfcsc Tracing poll Grain Jc.r.1 Firm fJ CetfEe Prices Call cr! Jne CJOC with Bifl SVelfon, Rad SVI Brer.! ri; Farm errf Ran-h Dc-3 Card THURSDAY NIGH7 FRIDAY Jim EilW it f.'ft CBC NEA) Jihn i'.'frr. Cc-or RH'jfit Lir-i Ph-.-.e Bill Jch-i Cherlsi .'Mr. Y.'i'erfiej-. Hjjlcf 1210 HC-AS, Sport 1 :CO Grein J3iX j 5 Hi CHEC FM )i ?A" J V.'s s t S K r' i MOM. THRU SAT. Bob DM CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY KIGHT hcrre RL'r> BBC rizn C5C Wield As It 3: ft 7.'' 3 Dots t f.'.ax NEW TC 160 PROFESSIONAL QUALITY CASSETTE STEREO TAPE DECK With revolutionary closed loop dual capstan drive sys- tem which permits perfecl tape tension and head contact. Separate L and R channel VU meters with sliding recording volume controls, Solid state amplifier. Walnut grain cabinet...................... ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Cental 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING 'WE SELL" Thuiltiay, December 28, 1972 THE LE7HSRIDGE HERALD J3 Educational television program wins acclaim FONDA-HAYOEN Actress Jone Fonda and Tom Hayden, one of the of the SDS, lolk at the home of a friend in London after fhsir arrival from Paris- Miss Fonda said earlier this month that she marry Hayden after hc-r divorce from French film director Roger Vadfrn is finalized, Miss Fonda vvcs cd IT, if red to Britain as a regular visitor but immigration authorilies limited Hoyden's stay to seven days. Leaves Loudoii in huff Actress protests 'smugness5 immigration LONDON fAP) American actress Jane Fonda, who came to Britain to protest the Met- nEm war, cut short her stay Wednesday and fiev; out in 2 huff protesting what she called I the "smugness" of British offi- I ciak. i With Miss Fonda was her fiance, Tom Hayden, v.ho was held up and questioned for nearly an hour by immigration officers when he arrived with the actress at Heathrow Airport Tuesday. Miis Fonda said Twfore hoarding a plane for Boston: "It is a tendency to smugness on the part of British officials. There may have been some YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S RA010 AND TV 302 13lli ST. N. We are now accepting Reservations for NEW YEAR'S EVE at Phone 327-7123 or 328-6233 sign of courtesy hut the smug- ness was unbelievable." Tne couple attended a Viet- nam, solidarity nyx-ting Tuesday then apparently decided to cut short their intended three-day stay, Kayden, a leader of the Stu- dents for a Democratic Society organization, was a member o! the so-called Chicago Seven group which won an appeal last month from a conviction for conspiracy ot riot during the Democratic party con- vention. Hayden ar.d Miss Fonda have said they will marry after her divorce from French film direc- tor Roger Vadim comes through. By GARRY FAIilBAIKN TORONTO (CP) Educa- tional television has come a long way since woodon-faced teachers stiffly read lectures to an immobile camera. At the Ontario Educational Communications Authority Uie programming Is often a kaleidoscope of fast- paced, attention-grabbing scenes, part of shows aimwi not only at classrooms but also at the general public. The current spearhead of I OECA's drive for p r o f e sional, entertaining programs is the planned series The True i North, due (o b shown in March. The pilot program won ac- claim from critics and the public at a recent To- ronto an award the Hollywood World Tele- j vision Festival. Jim Hanley, one of The True North's thrw direxrtors, says that nowhere else have satire, historical dramatiza- tion, soap opera, cartoons, rnusic, historic film and jour- nalistic comment been com- bined in such a format HAS VARIED ASPECTS Tne pilot alternates between cynicism, patriotism, cool analysis, genial humor arid nostalgia in examining what Mr. Hanley sees es the con- tinuing colonial mentality of Canadians. He said that many persons who saw the trial broadcast over C1CA-TV, the OECA tele- vision station in Toronto, thought for at least the first part of the hour-long program that it was anti-American. "But it isn't. If it's got.any- thing to say, if it's slamming anything, it's slamming Cana- dians and their attitudes to- wards these kinds of things" ollution, export of re- sources, foreign e c o n o m ic control. The only restraint was OEC.Vs normal low produc- tion budget, but even that was loosened for Tne True North. Officials said the average cost for each program in the series will be compared with for an average hour of OECA programming. That makes The True North the most expensive OECA produc- tion. In foreign locations. The United Katioa-s invited OECA Ui make some of the programs in a L'N ser- ies on ecology and pollution. In evaluating its program- ming, OECA relics on its re- search department, the views cf teachers, representations from the public arid a spocia! system of advisory councils drav.-n from the regions of On- tario. Although all these Indica- tors to success, OECA ciiyirrnan T. K, Ide admitted ctartwl oat with a rnisconceptinn cducationaj program- inir.j: ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no bingo colltd ofUr 55 numbers we will conlirua for BONUS 5500 JACKPOT 48 NOS. 2 CHANCES TO WIN" NO ONE UNDEK 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUELIC-UFS1AIRS EtKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CIU3 ROOMS THURSDAY, DEC. 28-CHARADB FRIDAY, DEC. 29-CHARADES SATURDAY, DEC. 30-MOONGIOW5 FRIDAY and SATURDAY The 4 K's AT THE CJOC-TV Chonnel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT PRIDAT PaVMr Str-, j r.yj p Tr'.-'o cr CJC.C '.J> irx a tl.'.'ViSj; Pv-r'l i.'S- >..'f> r.SAi r.; 5 n-v> HAM i c.' Utlfl V. -J-; Fr ,--y OS-.! Siis'.'l 'n "1 'S, CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT 111', nrVjE-l' fr-- Tracy O-.'.l KRTV Greot Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT _ FRIDAY A! 1 Flip r N KFBB-TV Greof Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. It) THURSDAY HIGHT FRIDAY V5 B O'Sl OUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES 1 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HOW THE VTEST WON" In color. Starring Jamea Stewsrt Thursday, December Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BISCUIT EATER'' In Technicolor. Starring Godfrey Cambridge. Thursday, Friday end Sat- urday, December 28, 29 and SO. Thursday iwn: at p.m. Family. TABER Theatre "JOE KIDD'1 In color. Starring Clint Eastwood. riay, rriday and Seturdav, Dtcc-mber 28. 29 and Thursday sho-.v.s A 'r.tfi iad p.m. Adult Nut Suiuble For Children. Todays" Showtimes PAKA.MOU.NT "Lsdy Sing.s tie Blues" List Complete Shovr Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CIXEMA "Oliver" One Complete Show 2: CO "Oliver" Lait Complete Show Family COLLEGE CIXEMA Short Subjects 'Thev Onlv Kill Their Jfasiers" Last Complete Show Adult Friday and Saturday Special Mitine-e "Snow White and the Toree Or.e Complete Shoi Family W5 RATE HIGH Another top program now irj production is Careless Love, a special on venereal disease. Among oilier revelations in the show will be that the cur- rent veneral disease rate in the armed forces is almost as high as during the Second World War. OECA shows cow on the air, on CICA-TV in Toronto or in morning slots on CBC stations elswhere, include: a series of sKts on the educational system tbat manage to portray in only slightly-exaggeratc-d" form the absurdities of the school sys- tem. Arts 100 university credit course in communica- tions, the hosts a professor and a yellow toad. Dot Door, a budget show for pre-schoolers that OECA research shov.-s they like more than the U.S. show Sesame Street, whose 59 million annual budget com- pares with OECA's total budget of SI2.3 miliion. of Poliia Dot Door co't 5270.0W. Programs range over all topics, as well as problems in other Canadian provinces and other countries. Now under preparation Is a series of videotape programs to train Canadian busir.ess- men in management skills. T'lLM ABROAD OECA's 24 usually use free-lance film ranging farther ind farther in their pro-juc- tioiis, making prc- 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY1 r CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "SIDE HILL" Members and their invited guesls SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION FRI. AND SAT. MATINEES ONLY ON THE SCREEN 'SNOW WHiTE ATHED 3 STOOGES' In COLOR wifh CAROL HEIST PLUS CARTOONS Door Open p.m. af p.m, SPECIAL PRICE THIS SHOW ONLY ALL SEATS THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEASON 1972 73 SECOND SESSION REHEARSALS: Mondays, 7 p.m. Lethbridge Collegiate Institute 5th Avenue and ISlh Street South Commencing January 8, 1973 CURRENT VACANCIES: String players (especially Violas, Cellos, and Cor angiais, Percussion, Harp {Other vacancies may occur before commencemenl of the lession) Reasonably experienced performer! ore Invited lo cont-cl: LUCIEN NEEDHAM, CONDUCTOR (OFFICE PHONE: 329-2338) DIANA ROSS BILLIE DY SINGS THE BLUES THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL n the AZTEC LOUNGE RESTRICTED ADULT SONGS ood PIANO STYUNGS fay "CARM" TONIGHT thru SAT. ol p.m. CABARET FRIENDUN PAGE" more! more! more! THURSDAY, FRIDAY S SATURDAY 6 ACADEMY AWARDS Avtotinee Daily 2 p.m. THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT thru SAT. Al and p.m. With JAMES GARNER, KATHERINE ROSS FomHy Entertainment H jJ E-. iL- 327-51 W TODAY thru SAT. ;