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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE 1JKAMA: "Assault On The p.m., C'h. 1. A film about foreign agents trying to sabotage a nuclear sub on a top-secret mission. SPOUT: Hockey, p.m., Ch. 13. The Calgary Cen- tennials vs the Medicine Hat Tigers in a live telecast of a W.C.H.L. game. COMEDY: Carol Ilurncll Show, p.m., Ch. 7. A repeat of one of Carol's satirical salutes to the movies with Carol Channing and Steve Lawrence. MYSTERY MOVIE: p.m., Ch. A black private eye is the hero in this TV-movie pilot for a po- tential series. Filmed in Chicago. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of di- rector Mark Warren at a behind-the-scenes look at "Rowan and Martin's DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Khrushchev Remembers" is a biography of the former Russian leader based on his autobiography and a series of Life magazine articles. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Cliff Robertson, Bob Considinc, Oscar Brand and Sandy Baron are guests. WEDNESDAY CRIME DRAMA: "Murder By I p.m., Ch. 7. Debts force a gambler to join a despondent girl in an un- usual murder-for-insurance plan. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Blue 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A fast-moving French movie about a band of interna- tional jewel thieves in Switzerland. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. Gulls, eagles and Kodiak bears fish for salmon in Alaska's McNcill River. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings ProgKihif are Ultra by the radio and televliion stations. schedule h due to last- ntHiuto change? by }he stations and is not The tibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. if CHEC ir Roger Cbannon with Contemporary Sports Moricy McGili with Contemporary News Tolal Information John Olivftr Beryl Clark TUESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hegland WEDNESDAY Jim Shearer Checline Leo Dow Show CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT Hews, Weather News and P'' World at 51? Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Prote 1220 Noon Form News, Weather and Sports Prices Jack Thya Party Line Rob Ingram World at Six if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MatMasltr Concerts (Bob Consist Don MacMasier Don Kedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six As It Happens TuGbday Nigh) News, Sports, Wthr Eye Opener r-r'om tiir- Capitals World at 8 Five Nights a Commentary Prairie Recital World at 9 News This Country 17'm ?rCT" wl Nations 12 ?0 hFnale' Provincial AifairJ WEDNESDAY Noorl SrhoolS Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six IT'S COMING-DON'T MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steico and tPhotojftapfiic Center 419 5th St. S. Phono 328-6922 3rd ANNUAL GIANT WINTER "Sound Spectacular" Thurs. and Fsi, Feb. 3 and 4 YATES MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAilY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from Sony! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Tclcprofce 7 Trufn r.r Conse- 11M5 Ur.clur WEDNESD 'JfiC l Cifv Too (iv on Romper Room Mr. Dressup nore UVCS Holiday Film Friendly Giant Cher Helens Sesame Street Town Movie: Murder by Agreement Gdllopinq Gourmet Take 30 Edge of High! Family Court One Norlhorrt Summer (c) Truth cr Consequences CFCN-TV Icfhbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NICHT RinKfcws (c) Oitle's County News I.two American Style (c) W.C.H.L. I.Ti [c) NPIVS NWS If) David Prost WEDNESDAY Thought for Day University of Air House of Fnghten- Pierre Derfon Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: The Blue nther (c) What's trie Good S-nn Hi Lights Word (c) Fashion's in Sewing Another World V: 15 Parloris Francois Anything You Can Ycqa U-) Do In Conversation Dick Van Dyke Alt About Faces Buckshot (c) Ed Allen (C) Flint.stones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT News Adam 1? Hnwtiii F-ivc-0 Winter Olympics Mystery Moviu 10-00 Mf-w Tfnifjhl Show WEDNESDAY Today in Montana Another World ConccntralioD Edtjc of Nioht Siile ct Century Love American Sfiuaros Style (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Who, What, Where Lucy Show (c) Gonier pylc My Three Son: fcl .1..10 TflA NBC Nlqhtly News Mows (c) (c) Carol Burnelt KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 {Cablevisien Ch. 11} C.ipt. Kantiaroo Ncwlywed Game Dinnh's Place (c) Ncwi Jack LaLanne ilSo On" Life I? Llva Audrey (c) Our Liver- Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Where thn Heart Is Throe on a Makh Hews (c) Dntinq Game Scnrrh for Girl (c) All My Children PaiSword Mako A Deal (c) Dick Cnvt-tt (cj 1'nrni News News Tuesday, February 1, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ison estate strike 'worth million EDMONTON (CP) The Social Credit parly, apparently smarting from government comments that it left the prov- ince in poor financial shape when it was ousted as the Al- berta government in August, Monday hit back at the Pro- gressive Conservatives. At a weekend meeting of the Conservatives, Premier Peter Lougheed said his party had in- herited a "leaky ship of state" that was supposed to be in good shape. Monday, opposition leader Hairy .Strom said in a state- ment that for X! years the So- cial Credit government pre- sented a balanced budget "and after 36 years left the province with a reserve of over mil- lion." "If Mr. Lougheed examines the facts he will realize that the only areas which caused the rapid escalation of cxpcndi- fures in the past few years causing deficit financing were health and education Mr. Lougheed at no time pro- vided any constructive contri- bution to cost control, but in- stead made many irresponsible promises. Mr. Lougheed should face the public honestly and openly and admit that the promises of his election cam- paign cannot be met and that they were for political advan- tage CHICAGO (API Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, v.ho once packed dates in a factory because she said she didn't know there was money in sing- ing, left an estate estimated st SI million, her lawyer said here. Lawyer Chaunccy Eskridge said Miss Jackson owned real estate and assets worth and had another in cash in accounts at several banks. She died Thursday in Chicago at the age cf 60. NEW YORK (AP) Singer Pearl Bailey has been chosen the recipient of the American Heart Association's 1972 Heart- of-the-Ycar award. Ross Reid, chairman of the association, announced the award here and explained that Miss Bailey was chosen be- Singer Isaac Hayes was nominated for eight Grammy awards in the annual competition for the year's host recordings. Calgary siar dances in paio BRISBANE (Router) A ballerina from Calgary danced in pain at the Australian pre- miere of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet here Monday night, with white tights covering her badly sunburned legs. The dancer, Patti Ross, 20. said she was sunburned at Fiji I on her way with the company to Australia. She was treated I doctor before her performance. Heir fetter with ttie finestittle hearing aid ZenitJtJBSj everntte !f VOLT lieorinc loss is mild, theZ-70mayhe exactly v, hat you've been looking for. If not, we carry other Zenith models and styles to match almost any loss a hearing aid can help. Prices start at S85. And in the price of every Zenith Hearing Aid, we in- clude, at no additional cost a hearing test, the skill and experience in selecting the aid that will be most benefi- cial to you, as as the personal ad- justments of setting and consultation so necessary to insure your satisfaction. LEISTER'S MUSiC Paramount Thcatro Bldg. Lcthbridgo PEARL BAILEY heart award cause she has had a productive career despite a history of heart disease. Miss Bailey won a Tony award for her starring. role in the Broadway Hello Doily. She made her Broadway debut in 1946 in St. Louis Woman. lo Jesus Christ. If Jesus Christ was in this room tonight you would not dare to drop another bomb. The president's guests booed her, and Coniff asked her to leave. She lold reporters she thought she accomplished what she wanted to and feels "a lot of people are going to have the courage to voice their opinion after this." Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show Wednesday. Feb. 2, 1972 Matinee p.m. "Straw Dogs" PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hellstrom Chronicle" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Scars of Dracuia" "Horrors of Frankenstein" One Complete Show Soviet Union sends Cuba defence aid WASHINGTON' (AP) The Soviet Union is sending Cuba bigger, more heavily-armed missile-firing p a I r o 1 boats, United States defence depart- ment sources report. The first two OSA-class boats reached Havana in mid-January after being towed across the At- lantic by Soviet tugs. They arrived nearly a month after Cuban gunboat "attacks on two unarmed Panamanian-reg- istered freighters in the Carib- bean brought U.S. warnings of possible air and naval counter- action. The 35-knot OSAs mount four Styx missiles with high-explo- sive warheads and a range of about 15 miles. The new 200-ton craft have a greater operating range and carry twice as many missile launchers as the 18 older Ko- mar-class patrol boats furnished to Cuba by the Russians in the 1960s. Last October, Russia deliv- ered MiG-21 jet fighters to Cuba for the first time in more than four years. i Some Pentagon officials view j the deliveries as another indica- j lion that the Soviet Union is em- barked on a program of strengthening C u b a 's armed forces. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S AND TV IX J 302 13th ST. N. LOS ANGELES (AP) The singer who made an unexpected peace speech to President Nixon the White House says she thinks it's incredible that Iwr action embarrassed some peo- ple, Carole Feraci, 30. denounced the Vietnam war Friday night before an audience in the East oom that included evangelist Biilv Graham and comedian lob Hope. After returning to her home here Saturday, the Canadian singer, a native of Toronto, said she joined the Ray Cpnitf Sing- ers a week before wilh the in- tention of making the state- ment. Just before the singers were Lo start a program, she unfurled CAROLE FERACI peace speech cloth sign saying, "Stop the and stepped to the Tont of the stage. She then told Nixon, who was ;itting in front of her. "Stop xmibing human beings, animals and vegetation." "You go to church and pray MP buttons up LOXDON (Renter) Mem- >or of Parliament William Price vore hiis overcoat here while naking a speech in Hie House 'f Commons on discrimination igninst women. The reason: he zipper on his trousers had )roken, he explained to the louse. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 season) MALCOLM TAIT (cello) IODISE CHAPMAN (piano) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9th P.M. Yates Memorial Centre Admission: Adulll Students 501 Tickets: Leister's Music Limited Switchboard Operator University West Campus SOIIIH flLGWf) IHEflffifS MOVPIS YOU IIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHO IS HARRY KELLERMAN AND WHY IS HE SAY- ING THOSE TERRIBLE THINGS ABOUT In color. Starring Dustin Hoffman. Barbara Harris, Jack Warden and Dom DeLuise. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 1 and 2. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE HORSEMEN" color. Starring Omar Shariff, Leigh Taylor-Young and Jack Palance. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, February 1 and 2. Tuesday 'show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE STATUE" In color. Starring David Niven and Verni Lisi. Tuesday, February 1. Shows at and 9'00 p.m. Restricted Adult. ARCHERY INSTRUCTION PROGRAM CO-SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETKBRIDGE AND THE LETHBRIDGE ARCHERY CLUB This program is open to anyone in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta interested in 'earning the basic fun- damentals of archery. WHERE? Lethbridge Civic Sports Centre Gym No. WHEN? Thursday evenings from p.m. com- mencing February 3rd, 1972 REGISTRATION: Registrations will be accepted the night of the first class, Thursday, February 3rd, 1972 commencing at p.m. in Gym No, 2 of the Civic Sports Centre For further information and telephone registrations please contact Mrs. Marie Popson at 327-8266 in Lethbridge. "'CrilTldi KilUWiCfIjjc'is one of the best movies ever." RESTRICTED ADULT Smith. Coirtopolilan Mike Nichols, Jack Mchoison.Canclicc Bergen. Arthur and Jules ftillcr. Canial Knowledge.] The language in this lilm nny be offensive to some people. FAMILY LAST TIMES TONIGHT Al and p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT At and p.m. Shocking. Beautiful. Sensual. Deadly THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE STARTS _ _ _ TOMORROW There are moments when everyone is the same age. Jean Simmons Jinds her youngest romeo, SECOND FEATURE Jason Robords ii Katharine Ross J First Show At 7 p.m. ENDS e "Scars of Drccula" and TONIGHT e .-..Korror of FraniCensteir." STARTS TOMORROW First Show of 7 p.m. ADULV NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Ultere yen feson, Brother cm rJiu Et at ere yau (icing tiers naiu? SECOND FEATURE k.TffiSTEEL TRAP HHD THEM APART..., r CIHEPRO PRODUCTIONSpreterti 'fcj' with Abdullo the Butcher as Abdulla EASTMANCOIOH STARTS TOMORROW A FILM OF STARTLING SUSPENSE 0 RESTRICTED ADULT With Dustin Hoffman starring and Sam Peckinpati (The Wild Bunch) directing, the stage is set for ons of the year's most powerful films. Hoffman portrays a quiet young man who moves with his English wife into a seemingly peaceful village, only to discover thst the savagery and violence ho sought to escape is about to engulf him totally... ;