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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: Coliiinuo. Wo p.m., Ch. 7. Story of a nephew who decides to knock off liis micle with a tox of exploding. cifiars. SI'OH'IV UiulfT Olympics. p.m., Ch. II. U.S., West Germany Finland in 5MO-metcr speed skating. Other compctdions will also be previewed. COJIUDS.': Don Itirklcs Show, p.m., Ch. I.I. Middle- aged Don is (he proud new of a used sports car and metis liie bugs in his macJiine. COMLD'V: Lanuli-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Carol Channing is the main gjcst with cameo appearances by Dick Cavett, Richard Civuna, Slappy White and Charlie Colics JIYSTEKY MOVIE: "The Champagne 8 p.m. Ch. 13. Legal rights to the brand name of a curtain cham- pagne is the main Ihcmc in a story Lhal focuses on bore- dom, eorn.'plion and murder among the chateau set. CHIME DIIAJIA: FBI, in p.m.. CIi. 13. "Arrangement With is a story about a drug addict and his wife and she's fowling his habit by stealing slock certificates. Uintcr Olympics, p.m., Ch. S. Women's downhill racing. Figure and speed skating and some bob- sleddina. SPORT. V.inter Olympics. p.m., Ch. 7. Taped cov- erage of men's and women's first and second runs; bob- slcdding, skating and Nordic siding. SATURDAY Pro Bonlws Tour, I.-JO p.m., Ch. 11. Closing Irenes tlie Cougar Open from San Jose, Calif. Sl'OIIT: Winter Olympics, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Coverage of hockey action from Sapporo, Japan. SPOUT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. High- light of the Pacific Invitational Swimming Meet held last weekend at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings tttgtttmtatm lilttti by radio ond ttlcvition tlollom. vortotion In program It dug minute thoigel by Hit rtallonj and li nol Ihe rtipon- Hmld or Anglo Diilrlbutori and Photographic CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC-FM SATURDAY Jim Shrarcr News News, Sports Jorin Charles Jonn Oliver Beryl Clark if CJDC if FRIUAY NIGHT fl.rn. Doug Wayne Barry World al ilx son Show Nev.s RequeM Adicn cnTiiunAv Wayne Berry Lire SATURDAY iocccr John WelKer Ucvvs Sxo spcrrs American i'cn M Wlhr, Sports Newi -A- CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MpM. THRU SATr Conr.erli (Bob Dnn ConslE) 6.00 Don MacMasler 1 00 Dan MacMastpr Sign Off CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Playback Morning Concert Right or Wrong 6: FRIDAY NIGHT :03 Home Rur Ne :00 World al six 11 :Q3 Allanllc Symphony :30 As It Happens Solo The Scene :03 The Enfc-rlainers News, Sporl, Wlhr. Mel. Opcrn :00 News The Blq Bands :10 From the CapMals SATURDAY JQZI For Ih :15 Five Niphls a V.'eek Eye Opener Record The World's Best MODEL TC-330 CASSETTE STEREO TAPE RECORDER A great combinnlior. of opon reel and cassette slereo tape recorder that makes a per feel stereo control centre. It offers Ihe convenient facility of duplicaling from open reel el. Fe. ate bass and treble conlrol, public address facilities, handy slorage bin far cassefles, 2 lid integrated high compliance 5" for superb sound. Complete wilh 2 F-25 micro- phones, connecting cord and AC cord. SUGGESTED RETAIL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and flhotoptapttic Centei 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch, 6) l.el'S Mat" (c) oealie flaiicy (c) U CO Ncv.'s tt) jViulllc-y Tele-probe J Kiniba WoncJ 10.30 Marine Boy ic) t hanqififi Solely Roundup '.Vnrlfl (c) Tumhlcv.rGds It) Olympics Ic) K' li .Viovio: Jonnny Dnrl Child'en'i Jusl Atrc-.s Cinenu Ic.) liir- ilrf-n 7.00 Winter Olympic SATURDAY -VKI Cuitmq CFCN-TV LcHibridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. A] SATURDAY loi Dsv and Fric-nd1 r in Mnvir: Hnllrrtts pf Navy 1 TO bpnrts 1-30 Ouldoor Sporr.snian WrDSlling (c) J-DO LiKo Vnung A-m Mr. Chins 1C. WidP World of Sporls fc> Kinno Rinijo KRTV Grecil Falls Chonnel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Grcal Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch, 11) t, Ifiry Lewis (..Ul Roci.1 Rumor 7.OH l-unky Phantom 11-00 Rollrr Gnmos flowlimi Wulr VVoltl S-00 Anir Advr Aims Winnipeg bullet wows (JAIIHV .IO.VKS M I-BO I1 II N K ICPl Packed, cxcilcil reviews have greeted Uie opening of llic Australian lour of the Royal Winnipeg ilallet. BalleL is Dazzling, said Hie headline over one review the morning after the opening nigh! in Brisbane's top Ihealre. An- Ol.hcr headline was Magic and Mortals Meel. Within hours of the hitting the streets Ihe projected two-week season in Sydney increased to three weeks. Tick- els are sold out in Brisbane and there arc few good scats lelt even in the extended Sydney week. The ballet company wil] be in I Australia almost two months, A ning was packed "''th Mi'lain- number of TICT..snipers have ed uinclh." voted jiage-long pre-sciison cl-j- In the Brisbane1 Courier Mail, sci-iplions of Ibo ballet which, ballet critic Constance Cum- until now has been little known inins said Ihe company danced in Australia. with "unfailing confidence and Critic Jean Sinclair in the stylish exuberance." She added: "These dancers have great verve and strong personalities that quickly drew u i v j u u u i a warm response from the andi- stonns of applause. Ballets I ence which took lo Ilicin whole- jcomplelely new to Brisbane hi'ai'Ledly." I were done wilh eloquence of movement and butter-smooth I Brisbane Telegraph wrote afler I Ihe opening night: "The Royal Winnipeg Ballet's refreshing in- dividual brougiil i "While the company is firmly I classically-based, it well ex- I plores the realitv that lies out- side the fniryLalc confines of eonvenlionai ballet. 'Hie eve- Luilgll-Jll p JvOWclll Top Entertainment at the LETHBRSDGE HOTEL 5fh St. and 2nd Ave. South Feb. 11, 12 "THE PENDULUM" Feb. 17, 18, 19-24, "HIGHWAY" ROCHESTER, Jlinn. (API- Dan ftowan, co-star of lelevi- sion's Laugh In. completed his i checkup at Mayo Clinic after having a small cyst removed from his right shoulder. Rowan said oilier than having the cyst removed, "I'm in fine shape." He returned lo Los Angeles. riidoy, Fcbrucny f, 1972 THE ICTHDRIDGE HCRAln 7 .MANY WOHK I.MI'OltT (JOODS Total in Ciiijadn lUjinufycli'red Roods conMi in ai'crfigL'd ot; tine more Ilian lliree-fifihs of whom li.riOll.WKi were women. I Canadian imporls. VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE, ALBERTA FrPjcnls far Your Enjoyment Tonight and Saturday Night! "PHIL LETHBRIDGE AND THE WEST WINDS" TO P.M. We're Newly Renovated and Fully SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "DON'T LOOK NOW WE'RE BEING SHOT Tn color. Starring Terry-Thomas. Friday and Saturday, February 4 and 5. Friday shows a( T-W and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LITTLE 13JG MAN" In color. Starring Duslin Hoffman and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Friday and Sat- urday, February 4 and 5. Friday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "JTY FAIR LADY" In color. Starring Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn. Friday. February 4. Show at p.m. only. Family .Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "BIG MOUTH" fn color. Starring Jerry Lewis. Family. All seals 50c. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT LI n Accordions (New) Reg. Now Reg. Now ____ Reg. Now en's or Ladies'___Priced from I 2j MUSIC STANDS Re9 525 POLISH Reg ,.2S 950 Reg. 12.50 METRONOMES 10.95 Si, 14.50 15.95 Baldwin Organs 5635 Model E10LB (new) with wonder chord and rhylhm. Reg. S1795........... Model 5x1000 (now) wilh rhythm Reg. J1085 Model 5x2100 u.ilh rhythm Keg. S935 USED LOWREY with rhythm Musf be seen to be appreciated Now 20% OFF 20% OFF 20% OFF AH iiiT'irinnirnls o> usorl cm full worrnnry RHYTHM BOXES tLECTRIC PIANO ROCK ORGAN SCHOOL OF NUSIC Exclusive Bold win Organ and Piano Dealer LESSONS SALES SERVIC: 2646 Soulh Pnrksido Drive Phorc 327-0115 For Sunday viewing Plionr 327-5166 GRANT EDMONTON (CP) Agri- cultiu-e Minister Hugh Horncr said today the of Viking is to receive a S50.000 provin- cial grant Lo construct a com- munity hal] and renovate an arena. rOKAI Her fdl'lll i.s gri-iil, atftM-riiiig lo hockey experts who liavc seen opera slar 'Anna iMoffo in ac- tion. Tlir American diva re- cently was named prvsidcnl ol the women's cnininiUce ttt It- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, February 5th at 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL-3rd Avenue North Music by WATMOUGH'S ORCHESTRA FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS aly's lion. Field Jockey T'cdcra- Black actor hot number HOLLYWOOD (AP) Bill Dee Williams, a 34-year-old blade actor, is a suddenly hot movie and television property. a 14-year acting vet- eran, became fill overnight sl.'jr last, Nov. 3 in Brian's ,cong, which ABf j-aid drew the larg- est audience nf any movie macle for rave reviews. The six-foot-tall Billy played Gayle Sayers in an adaptation of the professional football star's real-life friendship with his late, white, Chicago Bears team-mate, Brian Piccolo. A locker-room scene where Sayers tearfully tells his beefy fellow players of Piccolo's ill- cancer, fatal at was HTnoiip several powerfully moving sequences. James Caan also was bnlliant 03 Piccolo, and one reviewer a.skcd: do >ou split i Emmy? Bulh ricsene win." ABC and Columbia Piclurcs i have j-eleascd Lhc TV fcaLiu'e lo I theatres, and for Billy the offers are rolling TV series, two features ?o Tar. TRASH KJ'KU.5 THOLULE SEOUL IReuicrl A South Korean court lias jailed 277 housewives and kitclicnmaids. all from homos in Seoul, lor dumping garbage in the streets. Each will serve three davs. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY From p.m. to 12 Midnight "GGR0IE SULLIVAN" DALLAS TAVERN Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT I'riday Short Subjects 7.-00. "Strnw Dugs" Mil Last Complete Salunlay SlvorL Subjecls "Slraw Dogs" Last Complelc PARAMOUNT CFXEMA Friday and Saturday Sliort Subjecls "The Touch'' Last Complete Shaw Saturday Special Malinre "Tarzaii's Fight lor Life" "Rhino" One Complete Show COLI.EWi CIXE.MA I'riday Short Subjects "Ryan's Daughter" One Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects DnughLci'" Last Complete Moke Up A Forty And Come To The "EL RANCHO" Now Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Friday and Saturday Thursday Night Only All Ladies Admitted FREE! Playing In Tim CABARET Thurs.-Fri.-5af. "GENE REG DLOUHY" Entertaining In The LOUNGE "RIA" And In OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurs. -Friday-Sal. "Country Comfort" t> k CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPtEfE SHOW AT P.M. Box OfFice opens p.m. ON THE SCREEN "TARZAN'S FIGHT FOR LIFE IN COtOR with GORDON SCOTT HIT NO. 2 "RHINO" IN COLOR ROBERT CULP ALL SEATS 500 APPEARING NIGHTLY MONDAY, FEB. 7 TO SATURDAY, FEB. 12 "THE THREE OF US" AT THE MINERS' MEMBERS and GUESTS NOW FULLY LICENCED BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! a film of-startling suspense and involvement RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING nl and p.m. COLOR -PULLS NO PUNCHES 3 SHOWS SATURDAY ROUGH AND TOUGH" _ and p m RESTRICTED ADULT f CINEMA 4lh AVE ft Bth ST S3 7-5 NOW SHOWING 7 SHOWS DAILY nt and p.m. Elliott Qould Bergman's The Touch" ADDED COLOR CARTOON A slory ol low. Filmed by David L A D ULT-NQT SUITAf 11 TOR CHILDREN NOW One show only ol 8-15 a.m. Sat. nt and p.m. ;