Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
TV FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Relentless 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A European versiyn tA cattle-ranching days in the American West. SPORT: Hockey Special, C p.m., Ch. J3. The world cham- pion team meets the U.S.S.R. in an ex- hibition game, live from Maple Gardens, Toronto. SPOUT: NHL Hotkey, p.m., Ch. 0. "Hie Boston Bruins meet the Minnesota North Stars in Blwmington, llinn., in the first NEC tekicast' of the season. COMEDY: Sonny and Ciitr, p.m., Ch. ]3. Jean Stapleton as a confuswi lecturer on acupuncture and pre- sentation of the Second Annual Bono Awards. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. A gala New Year's party v.ith special guest hockey star Paul Hender- son of the Toronto Maple Leafs. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, p.m., Ch. 13. The story centres on a man who arranges his ovrn kidnapping to escape his v-ife and earn a quick MOVIE COMEDY: "The Ballad of 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Frontier comedy about a widow involved in a range war. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Assault on a a.m., Oi. 7. A daredevil quintet plots a mid-ocean robbery of the Queen Mary. SATURDAY 1 p.m., Ch. CBC Champion- SPORT: Curling, ship Curling. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. A review of the great moments in Wide World of Sports. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program ore listed by the radio end (detrition Any variation In program due to nlnuta changes by the nations ond ij net the rnpon- sibOily of the Herald or Anglo DifMbuton Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC FRIDAY MIGHT Jt'.t FRIDAY NIGHV :M ef Six >3 John walfcer SATURDAY 3 Euryl Ctarr. CJOC CHEC FM FRIDAY NIGHT V.'orld et CBR ir Radio 1010 Calgary T.Irrg liee 55 3rd ht or y.'ror.g? SATURDAY New TC Professional Quality Sony CASSETTE STEREO TAPE DECK With revolutionary closed leap dual capstan drive sys- tem which permits perfect tape tension and tape-to- head contact. Separate L and R channel VLf meters with sliding recording volume controls. Solid state amplifier. Walnut groin cabinet...................... ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleleo and flhologiafihic Cent el 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY i: r s Fridoy. 29, 1972 THE IHHERIDCt HEP.ALD 3 Joan Walerfield ,NTERTA1NMENT LYE half-hour segments, a soap opera. The television. It's been done in the past, it can be doaa again. w TF it has been one of those Michell in the- beit of the sum-; a dazzling tour force, Liza i cut it to days when the was in mer re-runs. v.ith a Z. sell it as ox of his bad moods and the .ICNE: A fascinating chron- I OCTOBER: Well what more money will roll in to allow the telephone bill shows the conse- oi the Moslem religion could you ask v.ith the Canada-: network another year to give ua quences of vour daughter's long began with Islam. The Uream Russia hockey series. There some more truly great Cana- distan'-e love affair and your i Factory offered a treasure ofj was the World Scries too, Tony wife greets you with the fact of i film clips of Hollywood's great-1 Bennett and Count Basis made a broken down clothes dryer esi, The Mexican Connection i Sweet, Sweet Music, and a and a future of long term an inside look at a hillion-dol- inice piece of Canadianna in teeth straightening for your j lar drug racket. Glenda Jack-1 the Norman Campbell Don really bad news, son was back as Klizabefh It., Harron nmsical about Emily the final straw, will probably and all youse meslheads had Carr, The Wonder of Jt all. tx> "and it's a lousy night on the best of All in the Family! NOVEMBER: Elections. elections. Orson in the Man Who Came To Dinner, David French's powerful drama Leaving Home shown uncut, without cojr.mer- !s by the CBC. Wendy Hil- insulting and insipid. Story Theatre cVilighted, i 'm and the And after all you spent fvx-ne of the newer offer- 1 that rnonev for a colored TV called i when Sammy Davis Jr. It's everybody's favorite whip- the Bankers, ping toy. There's too much JULY: It was the sporting ipnre, too many commercials, I liie with the Canadian Open, too few good shows for chil- All Star Baseball, Ail-Star Foot- drcn It's uninspire.1 irrelevant, and The Calgary pede. Theatre cVilight-xl, Bob Disliy. j Arthur J'cnn talked about his movies, Kenneth Mckellar took the Road to the Isles, and an intimate humorous record WES made of one man's battle in A Matter oi Fal. i AUGUST: And the dog days produced some teiS1. ision set so you're entitled to something better. Well what a d vou get? Let's look at 1972. J V-N'L'ARY: Gunsmoke, Iron- ci Mission Impossible, Tne Bold Ones, Marcus Welby, Ha- an Five-O arxl other series Madigan Bo Widenberg's 1 into the new year, ser- ene in their ratings, slick of production but often marked b an ingenious plot or a sm- t c splendid perform a n c e. Jalna began and although that j sweet love story, four 1 dC a dovroer. there was Pablo i tire evenings of the tC'asals and master musicians I it the V.Y. Fcrst with John Lennon and Yoko Ono and Jacques Cousteau to give us an the .Fischer Spassty engaging look at manatee, [championship. FEBRUARY: And it was off I SEPTEMBER: T ings disappointed, but the Moore team sttil came through sr.d Conrad continued to pro-.pe thit fat couid be teautiful in Carmen. DECPIMBEK: mwth of tbv specials, borne govj, swne but lie-rton, the bc-bt of iriien-iev.ers Set us ortr sanity ivltn a grtat nostal- mostly re-runs. Tlif Anderson- ville Trial, Saul Levitt's drama of the war crimes trial o! a Sic Jullc gave Elvira a Christmas goodie, Man at the Center gave us Grey Owl, and toppLng the year, the night blast-off of" Apollos 17 and epic j incredible pictures from the and Peace, Ihe Trial nl the Chi. cago Seven. move by n Cf.555 WHITE Lugosi, cne of beluga ot the Vancouver Aquarium, surges from the pcol in a demonstration of jumping skill. aquarium has of the white smaller than killer only lugcs-i has become a performing jumper. 3S72 wasn't too bad a year. It was ail there and more v.ith a little discrimination in the dial-switching. __ ]'J73 And a happy, ir.ter- Sirs'1! John i we'll see attitude.' .televLsion year to all. And for Gielgud and Ralph Richardson were the Olympics in Munich, j P'J' Jalna. turned the slave's Home into drama ttimed into tragedy, o. a good fhm eaUor, stunning Burt Bach-i Dick Cavett scooped with CUf-1 arach had a great srrsial with ford Irving whose biograpny Juliet ProTA-se, Dusty Spring- of Howard Hughes earned him I field and Mirielle Mathieu, Ben a jail term for fraud, and there Hur and Cleopatra were the i was a searching documentary ggies although the low on Caril Fugale, the youngest idgct GUBJ at Batasi was bet- j American woman ever to be THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL n AZTEC LOUNGE SONGS and PiAKO STYLINGS "CARM" n the CABARET "FRIENDLIN PAGE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY S SATURDAY THURSDAY Everj-e-ne Admitted Free o' World animal group to life imprisonment. tO blOCK stampede lhe performance of his John _ DieienhakCr's cor. SOUTHERN ALBERTA '-Km, t f: ifHEMRlSI CALGARY 'CPj Tne World Bill Prat'., general manager of Federation for the Protection of; the stampede, said last week the Animals, which has beadquar- i federation has not giving the pe.......____ -_ __ fife. There was Kenneth Haigh tinted in The Tenth Decade in Man at the Top, Redd Foxjt 'and Liza Mmnelli was seen in in Sanford and Son and an Ap- ters in Zurich. Switzerland, says it will try to the Calgary stampede from touring Europe The said in a news release it is against the stam- pede because ''the exploitation of horses, cattle and Corral, j MARCH: Telescope took a look at Don Harron and pt-d the show but itj seem unfounded. treat rodeo horses _ better than pleasure horses." Campbells Anne of Green Leon local admini- strator of the Society Prevention of CrueStv for the Ani- al- for anuiwrntm io not in any j filiated v.ith the Zurich group, way justifiable.-." The stamped e announced i the association works __ ______ stampede officials and veterin- mor.ths is negotiating for j Brians each year, a 10-day show in Copenhagen I in the last three years, yea" and possibly a tour: there has seldom been a prob- of other countries with a more' that wasn't corrected as extensive program being consid-; soon as ft was brought to the ered for 1974. attention of management. CFCN-TV Ulhbridge Channel 13 (Cpblevision Ch. 4) 'J 1-1 Of JpWll KRTV Great Falls Channel FRIDAY T 1 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) lle-yrl ".1 fit I- SATURDAY V CGr ft'e-w.'. j 1 KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel FRIOAY T. '.'j (Cablevision Ch. 11) i.-fl YM fantr (c) 12 V- TEA 2.W NCAA I TfiA P CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "SiDE HILL" Members and their invited guesls GaMes, went to see Ma Mur ray of the Bridge Rive-LUloet Xews. Jimmy Stewart and Helen Hayes delighted in Hall of Fame's Harvey, Tne Char- iots of the Gods had even-body buzzing, the World Figure Skat- ing Championships put the in- ternational spotlight on Cal- gary, Lionel Hamton brought back big band music, the Kopy j Kats laughter, James Whit- more the great Will Rogers. There was opera, Gounod's P.omeo and Juliet and Erich Bruhn danced Swan Lake. APRIL: More opera with Teresa Strats in La Rondine, a shining profile of Edith PiaT, the French chanteuse. Man went with the crew of the Apol- lo 16'5 crew to the moon and George C. Scott kept his feet on the ground in Yellowstone allowed to stay CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Wait Disney's "DUMBO" in color. Plus "LOBO'' in Tech- nicolor. Friday and Saturday, December 29 and SO. Fri- shows at and n.m. Ssturdav at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's ''THE BISCUIT EATER': In Technicolor. Starring Godfrey Cambridge. Friday and Saturday, De- cernber 29 arid 30. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "JOE KLDD'' In color. Starring Eastwood. Friday and Saturday, December 2i and i'l. Friday chows at I'M and p.m. ADULT Xot suitable for children. LONDON (CP) Toronto- born James Walkinshaw, who for 13 months has been strug- gling with immigration author- ities for permission to remain in Britain, has been granted an extension of his stay after a persona] appeal to Prime Minis- ter Heath.' In a telegram, Heath told the 25-year-old Canadian singer that his stay has been extended until the end of 1973. Walkinshaw plans to take up "lucrative offers" with a popu- Park. There was Carol Bur-1 lar variety group, the Black nett spoofing 42nd Street and and White'Minstrels. early movie musicals, the vital-; Tne Canadian came to Britain ity of Eurt Lancaster in Elmer in 1953 as a visitor but later changed his status to that of a Gantry and the i Oscars, dull the Tooys de- student, entering the London Opera Centre for a year of op- lightful. .MAY: George C. Scott came eratic studies, back with Colleen Dewh'jrst in' Durina that time, he married Artur Miller's The Price and :a British cimen. but this did President Nixon left for Russia. not give him an automate right i You could watch the Prf akness i to stay. and World Championship Ten-; Since his studies. Walkinshaw nis, the in-fighting for has performed in several minor sion's Emmys and the sporting opera roles and with the min- life of Henry VIII with Keith strels. SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION FRI. AND SAT. MATINEES ONLY college cinema ON THE SCREEN 7SNOW WHITE THE 3 STOOGES' In COLOR with CAROL HEIST PLUS CARTOONS Door Open p.m. Show at p.m, SPECIAL PRICE THIS SHOW ONLY ALL SEATS Lerhbridge Jazz Club Presents New Year's Eve JAZZ PARTY at lhe Town Chef membership includes admission, dancing, and a hearty smorgasbord supper. JAZZ COMBO In Attendance ON SALE NOW (Chef ths from Pcramount Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday "Lady Sings the Blues'' I'M. Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOU.VT CI.VKMA Friday and Saturday Last Complete Shov.- .Matinee Saturday ''Oliver'' One Complete Sborc Familv Friday and Saturday Short S'jbJL-cls "They Only Kill Their Masters" Last Complete Show C' 05 Adult Special Matinee Saturday "Snow White arai trie Three Stooges1' One Complete ShoT 2.15 F'amilv RESTRICTED ADULT TONITE and SAT. and p.m. EVENINGS ONLY DIANA ROSS IS BILLIE _ DY SINGS THE BLUES more: more! Family Entertainment ACADEMY AWARDS Matinee Doily 2 p.m. TODAY and SAT. p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN II! TONITE and A1 and p.m. k'ETSCCC'.CR With JAMES GARNER, KATHERiNE ROSS CJOC proudly presenfs in person one of Canada's most exciting groups Originally from Hambcrgh, Germany and now from Vancouver AND THE HANS STAMER BAND PLUS FROM VANCOUVER "SHAGNASTY" Concert and dance combination, -jif Saturday, December 30th 9 p.m. Vr Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion it- All tickets at the door.