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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ________....._________________________ Thursday, December 30, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 5 Duke breaks hip LONDON (AP) The Duke of Wellington, 85, has broken a liip in a bedroom but is recovering, friends said here. JIo is the seventh duke, and the descendant of the general who defeated the French at Water- loo hi 1815. DIVERTING CALL SAINT MAUR DBS FOSSES, France (AP) Mayor Gilbert Noel announced a dial-a-divcr- sion service, a recorded telephone message that tells the caller what's going on in this Paris theatre to sports. ITV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Whal's A Nice Gilr Like You p.m., Cli. 7. A Bronx has become a target for kidnappers. NEWS SPECIAL: CBS Itcpori. f.m., Ch. 11. Part 2 of a year-end review of foreign news and its impact on the U.S. at home. Eric Sevareid is the moderator. CRIME DRAMA; O'Hara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This is a repeal of the segment in which O'Hara tries to break a heroin smuggling ring. ADVENTURE: To The Top of Everest, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. A special in which 39 Japanese climbers worked their way to the top of Mount Everest. Six members of a nearby ski party were killed when a snow slope collapsed. COMEDY: Dean Martin Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Art Carney and Howard Coscll are Dean's special guests and take part in the zany antics. MUSIC SPECIAL: One Night Stand, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. An all-star, big band hour with Lionel Hampton, his band and a galaxy of top musicians. AIOVIE THRILLER: "Year p.m., Cll. 7. The survivors of a nuclear war are n.vrized by a monster. FRIDAY SPORT: Pro Football, 12 noon, Ch. S. Georgia Bulldogs meet North Carolina Tar Heels in Hie Gator Bowl at Jack- sonville, Florida. SPORT: Pro Football, 2 p.m., 11. The 47th East- West Shrine Game from San Use games as fantasy Cerebral palsy research TV football has male sex appeal [backed by foundation NEW YORK (AP) Wives, your husband's vacant stare during days of TV football might mean more than eyes- train. He might be sublimat- ing his sex drive. "Men use TV football games to sublimate their sex- ual said Dr. Morton Golden, a Brooklyn psychoan- alyst. "Men identify with the plunging halfback, the swash- buckling tackier, the crushing blocker, and eventually, the athlete who scores." Dr. Golden first presented his theories in a paper on emotional aspects of spoils" for the American Psy- chiatric Association in 19611. He elaborated on his ideas Tuesday in a telephone inter- view for the millions of arm- chair quarterbacks in the New York film critics pick Jane Fonda as top actress NEW YORK (AP) The New York Film Critics have named A Clockwork Orange as the best movie of 1971, and Jane Fonda and Gene Hackman best actress and actor of the year. Miss Fonda was selected for George Harrison's My Sweet Lord. In the country and western field, the top album seller was Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs and in soul albums Isaac Hayes' To Be Continued. LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Kecfe Brasselle pleaded guilty Jet terminal her portrayal of a prostitute in Klute and Itockman for his role as the narcotics detective in the French Connection, based en the real-life adventures of New York Detective Edward. Egan. A Clockwork Orange also won the best-director award for Stanley Kubrick while the best scrcenwriting award, given to _ the film, not the writers, went tO to the Last Picture Show. The latter movie, directed by Peter Bogdanovich, placed sec- ond in the best movie category with the French Connection and Sunday Bloody Sunday placing third and fourth respectively. Tuesday to a charge of assault a deadly weapon in connec- tion with a barroom shooting in which another man was wounded. Brasselle, who starred in the Eddie Cantor Story, initially pleaded not guilty last Sept. 7. The 47-year-old actor changed his mind before the start of his trial Tuesday. Sentencing was set for 24. Brasselle was arrested July 10 after Robert B. Crawford, 2S of Los Angeles, was shot once in Ihc chest with a .32-calibrc auto malic during an argument in bar. Crawford recovered. T LI I rimbles Programi are lilted by radio and television stations. Any variation in program shedulet Is due to last-minute changet by the stations and it not the i Herald or Trlntbto Tire Supply. CHEC if Roger Chsnnon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hogland Jack Newfelcf FRIDAY 6-00 Jim Shearer Sporfs Checlins if CJOC Leo Dow Hour of Information John Oliver Beryl Clark The awards will be presented Jan. 23. Wayne Barry Probe 1220 12-30 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain ________ Wthr. Sport :35 Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson World at 6 Rob Ingram Show Jim Request Action CBC News John Walker Show News, Line CHEC FM ic News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour c.-ir cnnric 5'00 Don MscMaster WON. THRU SAT. gjn Don McMsster a.m. Sign-Off -A- CBR ic Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NISHT Home Run XVorld Bl Six As It Happens vmsicscope 10-00 News, Wthr, Elwood 10-10 From Ihc Capitals FRIDAY 10-15 Five Nights a Week Eye Opener 10-20 Prairie Chamber World Bt Eight Music Eve Opener 11-00 News World at 9 Winnipeg Orchestra This Country News, Wthr, Sports Radio Ni 2-03 Take It From Here Max Ferguson World at Six LOS ANGELES (Rc-jtcr) Jesus Christ-Superstar was the best-selling long-playing record of 1971. The Three Dog Night's Joy to the World was the most popular single record. The Los Angeles based these rankings Tuesday on a e o m p i 1 a t i o of weekly sales charts from the three top U.S. music magazines, BL'lboard, Cash Box and Record World. The newspaper said all three magazines were agreed on .these top choices except Record World in the single-record selec- tion which recorded a tie be- hveen Joy lo the World and com pletion new han- TORONTO (CP) A S53-milu'on terminal to die jumbo jets should be in full operation this summer at Toronto Intel-national Air- port, says Manager Ronald Harris. Mr. Harris said in an inter- view the first stage will be in partial operation by April, with the rest ready by June. The second stage cf the three-stage program is expect- ed to be completed by the end of 1972. Contracts for the third stage have yet to be let. The original terminal was built to handle about 3.5 mil- lion passengers annually, al- though about six million have been accommodated this year The expansion program wil' raise capacity to 12 million. Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11 th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MILES; FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A BRAKE REilNE 2995 GUARftHTEfl) 24 months or miles Beline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals Repack front wheel LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL TAVERN PRESENTS "ANYTHING GOES" THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 30th AND SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY Isf From p.m. 12 Midnight "Our Sincere Wishes to one and all for o" "Happy New Year" FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF LETHBRIDGE HOTEL TAVERN Ccr. 5th St. and 2nd Ave. S. Fully Licensed LOS ANGELES (AP) Lor elta Young testified Tuesda; hat the National Broadcastin 3o. should pay her millio 'or re-releasing television pro grains staving her in out-of iiate clothes and hair siylcs. The 58-year-old actress sai she authorized NBC io releas in foreign countries reruns o the Loretta Young Show scric in which she appeared in a fi< tional role and thus could IK ei peeled to wear clothing of a pc riod appropriate to the story. But she told a Superior Cour jury she sued when NBC r leased segments showing her a herself in the role of host. n that role she said: wanted present myself as a we .fashionable w o m a V iewers of foreign re-ntr might not know how long a_ the shows were made and wou think her unfashionable, said. The series WES in the United Stales from 19 to I960. NBC lawyers acknowledged that the original contract with Miss Young prohibited using the host segments, but they said an accountant who held Miss Young's power of attorney later gave permission to use them. The trial continues. niled States who have at east nine professional atid ollege bowl games to watch luring the New Year's wcek- "It's no longer just for en- ertainmcnt that men watch light hours of football a iaid Golden. "Men use the Sanies as a fantasy to relive hat youthful sexual aggres- siveness that may have ebbed vith age and boredom. It's a iced of most men who live a lassive existence to identify vith the aggressive football ".croes on the field." Dr. Golden, who has spent _j 5'ears in private practice, says the average man in anal- ysis often brings in these fan- tasies. He cautions that com- pulsive football watching might be suspect. "A man who watches eight hours of football could be just as pathological as the woman who watches eight hours of soap operas a day. That's her need to relive the fantasies of her own romantic past." GAME AFFECTS WOMEN Since football stresses phys- ical strength and masculine domination, Golden suggests the TV games might make the woman viewer feel weak and inadequate. He advises suffering wives who approach this coming football weekend with dread visions of neglect to recognize it as a seasonal activity. "Let your husband have his he says. "Tolerate his withdrawal. He'll come back soon and once again be a good father and husband." Golden hesitates to draw any conclusions about post- game activity if tlie man has been sublimating his sex drive by watching TV football all day. "You just can't generalize and say that a man's sex drive would be lower after watching so much says Golden. "But then again, it is possi- ble, just as youngsters who are very active in athletics have less need for their bi- ological urges to come out." TORONTO (CP) The On- ario Crippled Children's Centre IBS been awarded a ;rant by the Atkinson Charita- ile Foundation lo conduct ccrc- iral palsy research. The foundation, named after Toronto Star and Star Weekly 'uunder Joseph E. Atkinson, ap- jrovcd the grant at a recent neeting. It was one of the larg- est grants made by the founda- -ion. Centre director Dr. R. R. Mu- :rie said in an interview the re- search may offer hope for the children suffer- inf cerebral palsy. The ill- IK s form of brain damage incurs at birth, affecting control. VASA LODGE NEW YEAR'S DANCE FRIDAY, DEC. p.m. SCANDANAVIAN MALI Admission Per Couplt Lunch included Members and Inviled Guests! YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f C RADIO AND TV J J 302 ST. N. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences (c) Tcloprobo 7 Ski Report Movie: What's a Girl Like You? O'Ha Tcleprobe 7 11M5 Movie: Year 5BE FRIDAY Farm an-J Today Romper Roi.ti Mr. DrcSi.- 9-00 Movie: Big Hand Holidav Fimi for ft Lilllc Girl Friendly Oian News 1C--55 Choi Hcler.e CFCN-TV Lethbridgc Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} 11.00 Sesame Slrcti Miday-Our Town Movie: Curtain Call at Cactus Creek 2-30 Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Night Psychiatrist (C) Drop In Truth or Consequences THURSDAY NIGHT Buckshot Hintstoncs (c) Gunsmokc (c) News (cj Missing Link Lomislrcot (c) Dean Martin