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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IIERAlll Mnnilny, Frliruniy V, OK iK'liirlum ill (if (lie limi-'jlimiiu: Ilicir (ifllir.-, In Hie town pulii-c II wns ML Ihcv could mniT cf- fin, inly I'lr timilncU'd fruiii cm' I'unni'illiir .1. oKshiWr rc- j'iirlnl llw hosniial amid pu.s- .sibly have a 5.111.1011 sin-plus. II n e v i r, llu1 mu'crnmcni Kidn'l .L'ivra Ilic hr.-piiai any indication of IL can cx- pod as far as a for Lilt nminij: year. '''Ml infonun- 'KTn :is In ln "I1 paiii'iila who 'M The srcrctarv H-.-IS inMni Ul U' f i I 0 niCMllbci'S of Parli.'l- menl asking Llicm lo elieck Hie mailer. sic trends Lw df c o in p o c; ;nul SlMiAPORi; (API For five ill-fades in i I I i o n s liau- ;md stomped lo I hi1 record inn arlisL titid music1 of Duke1 Hal j Following rave performances Hie Uuki1 snys il's a of j in Tliniland and lUalaysia, Kl- liiiK' hying lo figure out how linglou and hi-; 20-mfin 'iro will Riving concerts in Jakarta "Do you think il's sonic kind j -'nul Ihcn will perform in Singa- of crap lio asked an POIC inlervicux'r here d n ring stopover en route to Jakarla. "Trends in music depend en- (Iiiiirdian doscrihcs the work as ;i fiiscinaliuM cxpcri- CIH'C. Irving V.'iirdlr (if Tlio Timfs calls tlu1 piny "a funeral hul The. Daily Mirror's Arllnir Thirkcll "Wvn-y one of Al- hee's eharat'lers has the ring uf ruth." liiTly on people. 1 can'l forese Don't worry ahoul il's i going lo be next week. 'Hint's liad investment." ftJJinglori. 7" April. his music is ''an ammnilaiion (AP) All Over, a new play by Edward Albco, won applause from the au- dience at ils British premiere l la.st 11 i c li L hut ran inla a ,liml froin ihealre erilics Uidav. Illc were, unain- ELLINGTON on Lour of recall mous. however, in praising ihc "I've been wrilinR a i Peggy Asch- crofl and HolljTiOoil s Angela Lansbury, making her [irsl slage appearance in London. Dame Peggy and Miss Lans- bui7 play the wife and mistress of some presumably great American dying at tlic back at the stage while Ihey discuss his place in their lives. "It is wrillcn in beautiful elaborate English, polished lo a high literary sheen, which re- calls the prose of anolhcr Amer- ican mandarin. Henry James." writes Herbert Krctzmer in The Daily Express. But The Daily Telegraph's John Barber says: "Even- Ed- ward Albee play seems slower and more portentous Ihan the last. In the latest, All Over, only the tatters of his former talent survive." Michael Eillington of The Conn. (AP) A speech professor at Ihc Univcr- sily of Connecticut .says predict- able violence on television has i little effect on younf! viewers. "The more predictable Ihe. vi- i olen! shou Hie [ess aroused Hie viewer became.1' Dr. (lerliarfl J. ITamieman said of a study conducted under nn grant from Ihc University of Connecti- cut Research Fnundalion. "Young children do not real- ize the significance of the viol- ence they are watching." he said, adding that these children show as much reaction to a novel scene from Lassie as they do from watching a brutal beat- ing on TV. He said Ihe findings indicated that Ibe more a person watches TV violence, Ihe less reaction he '.nil have. He tested groups ol college sfudents and groups of children from six to 10 years of age. He noted Ihe college students, who knew Ihc significance o( death and injury, showed more anxiety over violence Ihan did the young children. AGT, pdilol Trans-Canada Telephons Systtm If seems that only yesterday he bought your first skates, signed your report cards and fixed a broken bike. Dad. He's only as far as the phone. LONG DISTANCE mokes fonder Call tonight World premiere for play (OP) Thr pro. fcssinnal :vorld premiere nE James Reaney's play The Run and Hie Moon begins a three- week run Monday at Hie Mani- toba Theatre Centre. The play, first performed in 19G5 by an amateur company, the Campus Players at London, Ont., is set in a small southern Ontario torni of the 1030s. The hero, played by English actor David Dodimcad, is a Protestant Minister, Rev. Fran- cis Kingbird, who tires an ille- gitimate chijd. After the child and the minis- ter's legitimate children have grown up. Ilic IOBTI is vis- ited by a Toronto woman named Charlollc Shade, who claims lo be an evangelist. She is played by U.S. actress Olive Deeruig "When the woman uncovers the minister's diary and learns of Ihe child, she falsely claims to be the mother. This set up a clash between the two and the whole community becomes in- volved. Rcany. who recently co- sipnctl a brief to Ihe Canada Council urping that English-lon- pur.ge theatres in Canada he rc- lo produce, a per cent Canadian content, is critical nf the plight of Canadian p 1 a y- He said Friday in an inter- view thf! theatrical establish- ment has tended lo ignore Cana- dian plays. HTV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY VAMIHTY: Irish Hovers, p.m., Ch. 7. Slanley Hol- loway is special gucsl star as Ihe Irish Kovcrs present Music Hall. CHIME DltAMA: Dr. .Simon Lccke, 7 p.m., CIi. 1. Tll9 story of a helicopter flight lo u patient whose remote house- is under surveillance by an escaped killer-convict. VAHIETY: David Frost Itevue, p.m., Ch. 7. Jack Klugman of Ihc "Odd Couple" guest stars when he joins tho comedy players for an examination of Ihc family. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical C'cnlrf. p.m., Cll. 13. "The ClKiice" probes a rloclor's ,'i.s lie weighs a career in hospital administration against a retiu'n to surgical practice. SPORT: Winter Olympics. p.m., Cli. Taped cover- age of men's Nordic skiing; speed skating and downhill ski racing; also hockey. PROFILE: Man At The Centre, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A glimpse into Ihe life of Uie 19th century writer, naluralist and phil- osopher David Henry Thoreau. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A geometric configuration plays a key role hi this mystery about a dis- appearance and murder. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 1.1 John McGiver, Paul Williams, Jack Caller and Jim Bishop are guests. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Last Anary I p.m., Ch. 1.1. If he wants to keep his job Ihc TV executive per- siiadc a Brooklyn doctor ki appear on his TV show. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Batter sea group lias busy year IRON SPRlNtJS IILVS1 The annual review of the year's inlics rcvraled thai J97I was for l.hc Ballersr.fi Women's In- It marked the -lOLh annivcr- I sary of the organization and during l.hn ye.ar its mnnliers raised funds for many worthy causes through their annual scries of card parties ar.d by raffling a rug wliich liad been mndc by Mrs. Davids, a i member of (he group Donations were made to Ihc Dorothy Uorxlcr Kcliool, I li c Southern Ticgion Canndiaii Men- al Health Association, (.he Pic- .nre RnMe School Band, and a presentation was made lo the i Picture Hulln Library. Suppoii was given to I It n Ijfllhbridgc A'nrtliern Husy Kees Girls1 and another pro- ject, the Lcthbridtre Northern P.eef Club banquet, was sponsored. Tho Battcr.sca WI presents three, trophies at t.his function annually. A eontribulion al.--o made Inw.irfJ a girl.s1 rxcliangc travel program. Dnlrgalps allrnderl provinci- al, districl, -uifl constituency Wil.li ilii: fla'vni of rt new >ear, the. group, willi ,1 of Imks forward to another busy year of rommunil.y ser- rjcc. Pragramt ore lined by ihc radio and tchnriilon Any variation in program it dut Is loit- minure by the Italians and li not Hit ntpon- cibilily of Ihe Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC 3oger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Newi TUESDAY Tolai Informallcm John Oliver Beryl Clark MONDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Jli Barry Hegland CHCC-Lina Jack Newfeld Leo Dow CJOC MONDAY NIGHT Show World al biX TUESDAY Rcauesl Acllon CBC News Roh Inaram Jim EPic'l New and Grain PrlcF.5 Jack. Pnrly Linn CHEC PM -A: News on fhe Hour on the Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Loncerl (Flnh 4.00 Don MacMaster Consle) a m_ sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY MIGHT 10 in Smmda Like Eurcpa Commentary Worid a' bix News V-'crid al Mini As I! Happens Ideas 1-Jelwork This Country nrincjiny Back Ihe News R.nfio Uoon FuJure 13.ID OF) Ihe Record I INday Wlhr, Sport From The Capiiall TUESDAY Max Ferquion Five Nights A Eye Opener Home Run Week World al Eight World nl SIT SONY MODEL HP-149 Al! built In one compacl unit Stereo Record Changer Cassette Recorder Complete with Speakers 5ec the Sony line nt ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo anJ Center 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 MEDICAL PIONKER D1KS noSTOM fAl1) Dr. Unis Wolff of Hronklino, who discov- ered wilh Dr. Paul Dudley ite and Sir John Parkinson the lienrl, condil.ion known as Wolff-Parkinson W li i I p, syn- drome, fJJerJ J) r r c. He clinienl professor of medicine. cmoril.U3 jiL Jlmvnrd Medical School. MONDAY NIGHT Slar Trrk Alhrria 1 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Mows fcl IT-'o Cnrf 5.00 Truth or 11 20 Tcleprcljo 7 11.- Tn'lcproCe 1 fhjn'el'ni' J M en Cjmpus 12MS Slmnpeac D TUESDAY 7.3D David Froil Rww B..r-0 I i Pflrlridcre Family l f r1 F.20 firnl C 7'in ''i n Cfl Man al Nip Fncrdiy CFCN' Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY (or D-iy Univt-riily Air News (c) fi'OO Mm.-.- r' World Around Us let Medical Cenlre HI i itilils (r) Nichols 9-05 rfl'h'ims Plr, and Whlslla 'l r.in- Ytr.i PrnJulum All Aiiout F-ricoi -i.jn David Kroil Cd Allen IO 5.00 r-linhlonM (c) KRTV Grcnt Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY MIGHT 7 V) u ;n Or.rhr-. 8 M Wovio; A Rgrj. to "1 iyC MMir V.'llll, .7 Mir-, tr 1 1 lnlr Winlor Oly.upki (c Now1: TUESDAY Somorprl Our Worlrl n 3iWirld him' Winlei Olympic) (c Nrv.-s KFBB-TV Grcal Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT TUESDAY 11.w All My CMildnn Guclflpcsi tfircun (c Ncws Gftmr< Movlo: ICG Slflllnn Crtplnln K.mmrrn i'i-n '.ivrpi stnrm frl ?0brfl J) (C) DilMlh'S Plflrr If) l' 1 Onn I (o (vo M.lrlV I I, V-( i (vc-. Boat :re Clock Tl-f I Angry Mar '.Vlifil 5 ihc Good V.c.rrl (c) World J..M You Ca. Da (r.) DICK Vrii, Dyke M lnl en ,1 Mflltn ;