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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS ADVENTURE: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, ? p.m., Ch. 7. Stolen gems worth millions, scheduled to be fenced, disappear and the ship they were en is blown up at sea. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-O, 6:30 p.m., Ch. 13. Kidnappers are holding a little girl in an impregnable army bunker at Diamond Head. COMEDY: Bob Newhart, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Howard doesn't want his visiting younger sister to know about his swinging bachelor life. WILDLIFE: Jacques Cousteau, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Cousteau and his crew travel to inland Africa to film the hippopotamus. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 7. Roy Clark, Delia Reese and comedian George Carlin are Flip's special guests. EXPLORATION: Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A repeat of the study of the Blue Holes of Andros in the Bahamas. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Welby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A hard-driving TV interviewer with a heart problem and during forced rest takes to drugs arid alcohol. DOCUMENTARY: Man Alive, 10:30 p.m., Ch. 7. "Life Before Birth" is a repeat of the first of two shows of the enveloping human fetus. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Devil's Eye", 1:05 a.m., Ch. 7. Satan, irritated by the innonence of a pastor's daughter, sends Don Juan to seduce her. WEDNESDAY MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: "Madigan". 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A police commissioner beset by problems the detectives he sends out after a thug . ANGLO'S Radio & TV Listings Programs ore listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- < minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. ? CHEC * Morley McGIII and Allan Bell! Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News; Music We Remember: lunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10:00 Chec Trading 5:00 Buryl Clark 11:00 Leo Dow 6:55 Farm News 12:00 John Oliver 8:25 Bob Hesketh 12:15 Farm News 8:35 Chec-lino 12:20 Cattle Prices Post 1:00 Grain Prices 1:01 Call of the Land 3:00 Dave King 7:00 Jack Neufeld 12:00 Paul Tessler ? CJOC * News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whlrt, Bill Mafheson; Sport and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch - Doug Card Brent Seely TUESDAY NIGHT 5:00 Probe 1220 6:00 World at six 6:35 John Walker 8:00 John Charles 12:00 Barry Hegland WEDNESDAY 6:00 CBC News 6:05 Jim Elliot 7:50 News, Weather and Sports 8:35 Phone Bill Show 10:05 Joan Waterfleld and Jim Elliot 12:00 Probe 1220 12:20 Noon Farm CHEC - m 12:30 News, Weather and Sports 1:00 News and Grain Prices 1:05 Jack Thys 4:05 John Walker 5:00 Probe 1220 6:00 World at Six News, Wthr., Sports - Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Consle) 6:00 Don Hedman 2:00 Don MacMasfer 1:00 a.m. 6:00 Don MacMaster 10:00 Concerts (Bob Radio TUESDAY NIGHT 6:30 As If Happens 8:03 Introduction to 11: Tuesday Night 8:10 Tuesday Night 10:00 News, Sports, 5 Weather 6 10:10 From the Capitals 8 10:15 Five Nights A 8 Week 9: 10:30 Orchestral 10 ? CBR ir 1010 - Calgary Concerts, Winnipeg II: Syphony 30 Rupert's Land Rock i?. Slide 1 � WEDNESDAY :30 Warm Up :05 Eye Opener :00 World at 8 :05 Eye Opener :13 This Country. 59 Time Signal Sign-Off 55 Nations Business/ Provincial Affairs 03 Radio Noon 55 StocK Market 03 Schools 30 Max Ferguson 03 Bob Kerr 00 BBC . News 05 Home Run 30 News 00 World at Six SEE IT - IT'S NEW AT ANGLO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER Features - push button controls, aux. jack for recording from radio, TV, 3%" speaker, adaptor, earphone, carrying case, remote control microphone.. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo an J Pnoloptaptuc Centet 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "we personally service everything we sell" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 12:05 Wrestling 5:00 Hollywood Squares 1:05 Movie: 5:30 News 6:00 Mission Impossible 7:00 Bob Newhart 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Flip Wilson y:30 Front Paga Challenge 10:00 Tuesday Night 11:00 News 11:15 News, Sport 11:35 Crossfire Devil's Eye WEDNESDAY 6:30 Super Heroes 7:00 PUnocchioi 7:30 Wizard of Oz 8:00 Roy's Place 8:30 News, Farm and City 9:00 Joan Waterfield 9:30 Mr. Dressup Wthr 10:00 Western Schools 10:30 Friendly Glam 10:45 Chez Helene 11:00 Sesame Street 12:00 Pink Panther 12:30 Luncheon Date 1:00 Ed Allen 1:30 Lets Make a Deal 2:00 Truth or Consequences 2:30 Klara's Korner 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night �4:00 Family Court 4:30 Drop In 5:00 Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT 5:30 Brady Bunch 6:00 News (c) 6:30 Hawaii Flve-0 7:30 Headline Hunters. 8:00 Jacques Cousteau 9:00 See and Ski 9:30 Ian Tyson 10:00 Marcus Welby 11:00 News 11:20 News 12:00 Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY 5:55 Thought for Day 6:00 University of Air 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Canada A.M. 8:30 Kareen's Yoga 9:00 Community Calendar 9:05 Fashions In Sewing 9:15 Parlons Francalls 9:30 Trouble with Tracy 10:00 Eye Bet 10:30 Life Style 11:00 Pierre Berfon 11:30 Beat the Clock 12:00 Buckshot 12:30 Flintstones (c) 1:00 Movie: Madigan 2:30 Somerset (c) 3:00 Anorner World 3:30 What's The Good Word 4:00 Anything You Can Do 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 News 6:00 NHL KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT 6:00 Cousin Maude 6:30 Bridget Loves Bernle 7:00 Movie: Great Man's Whiskers 9:00 Hawaii Flve-0 10:00 News 10:30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY 6:15 Our World 6:45 Salute Agriculture 11 7:00 Today Show (c) 12: 8:00 Today In Montana 12 8:30 Price Is Right (c) 1 9:00 Sale of the Century 1; 9:30 Hollywood Squares 2: 10:00 Jeopardy (c) 3: 10:30 Who, What. Where 4 Game 4 10:55 News 5 11:00 Concentration 5: 30 World Turns 00 News (c) :30 The Doctors 'c) :00 Another World 30 Secret Storm 00 Mike Douglas :30 Vln Scully Show 00 Jokers Wild :30 News :00 NBC Nightly News 30 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 TUESDAY NIGHT 5:30 News 6:00 News 6:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 Temperatures Rising 7:30 Movie: Great Amer- WEDNESDAY 6:25 Farm News 6:30 News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 News (c) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9:00'Audrey (c) 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10:00 Where the Heart Is (Cablevision Ch. 11) lean Beauty Contest 10:25 News (c) 9:00 Marcus Welby 10:30 Search for 10:00 News (c) 11:00 AHT"0Children 10:30 Movie: The House 11:30 Let's Make A That Screamed Deal (c) 12:00 Newlywed Game (c) 12:30 News 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Days of our Lives (c) 2:30 Dinah's Place 3:00 Three on a Match (c) 3:30 Dating Game (c) 4:00 Split Second (c) 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Password � uesday, February 13, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - J LIZA MINNELLI PETER O'TOOLE MARLON BRANDO MICHAEL CAINE DIANA ROSS The Godfather scores big in Oscar races By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The Godfather, film of violence in the Mafia, scored top honors in the Motion Picture Academy nominations Monday with 11 mentions. Cabaret, the musical of Berlin life in the early 1930s, placed second with 10 nominations. The review Fruet production wins acclaim With "Wedding Li White", director - writer Bill Fruet has ripped off the veil of cloying nostalgia afflicting the current cinema. His story is fiction, but his realistic, totally honest view of a Canadian working -, class family in the grey year of 1943 is a wrenching experience. Fruet knows the Dougals, who they are, what they are, where tney are and so carefully has he crafted their melancholy little story that a mood is evoked that is rarely attained by more ambitious movies. To a peeling frame house comes son Jimmie (Paul Bradley) with his army buddy Billy, played with stunning sensuality by Doug McGrath. The war is still 6,000 miles away, but the camaraderie of the uniform can only be served by a booze-up end brawl at the legion. For the women of the family there's a kiss, a rhine-stone broach and an appraising eve for the waif - like sixteeen - year - old sister Jeannie. The separation of the male and female world is explicit. Jeannie's dreams are in the sweetness of a Deanna Durbin movie; the mother accepts her role as drudge and servant with a washed - out patience. Only the tartish girl friend offers the challenge of her own terms, the challenge of "teaser" that results in the rape of Jeannie. The boys creep away, sick and sweaty, in the early morning light, and life goes on; father and his pals in the veteran's guard and a constant boozy jocularity, mother coping with a life as juiceless as the plastic fruit oh her table, until Jeannie, three months pregnant, admits she's "in trouble." "In Trouble". A euphamism ridiculed in the seventies, but in the forties the ultimate, assault on working - class morality. The father reacts brutally, unable to see his daughter as victim. The mother painfully accepts the resolution that allows her child wedded to a man old enough to be her| grandfather. Such a fragile theme could have been so easily ground into nothing. But so sure is the eye of director Fruet that his actors have been transformed into reality. The superb Donald Pleasance offers a performance with every nuance intact even to the chain- smoker's cough which you know will eventually kill him. Doris Petrie in the very grayness of her role is unforgettable and her painful weeping which can neither comfort herself or her child is unbearable. Carol Kane (Jeannie) wisps through the movie creating in the viewer a desperate urge to shake her until it is realized that her passivity is inbred by her-environment. Excellent performances come from Leo Philips, Christine Thomas and Bonnie Carol Case, only Paul Bradley and the pursed - mouth viewers of the wake-like wedding jar. Special commendation must go to Richard Leiterman, director of photography and Ted Watkins, set dresser, but Wedding in White must first be acknowledged as Bill Fruet's film. It is his triumph that the moviegoer is left with the smell of damp khaki still in the nostrils, the empty laughter echoing in the ears, and an aching void created by a heart that has broken a little. Poseidon Adventure, a shipwreck saga, was third with seven. The Godfather won four nominations for acting-Marlon Brando as star and James Caan, Robert Duvall and Al Pa-cino as supporting actors. Besides "Brando, nominees for best actor were Michael Caine in Sleuth, Lawrence Olivier in Sleuth, Peter O'Toole in The Ruling Class and Paul Winfield in Sounder., Nominees for best actress: Liza Minnelli in Cabaret, Diana Ross in Lady Sings the Blues, Maggie Smith in Travels With My Aunt, Cicely Tyson in Sounder and Liv Ullmann in The Emigrants. For best picture of the year: Quebec artists would cut ties MONTREAL (CP) - A convention of more than 500 Quebec artists-sculptors, painters, Actress loses second baby LONDON (Reuter) - British actress Susan Hampshire has lost a baby for the second time in nine months, her press agent said here Monday. Miss Hampshire, 31, noted for her portrayal of Fleur in the television series the Forsythe Saga, gave birth prematurely to a daughter in Lausanne last Thursday. The baby died the following day. The actress, married to French film director Pierre Granier Deferre, had a miscarriage last May after a three-month pregnancy. The couple have a two-year-old son, Christopher. Sinatra $18,750 expenses WASHINGTON (AP) - Entertainer Frank Sinatra's office requested $18,750 for his expenses last July after he testified before the House of Representative select committee on crime under threat of being subpoaenaed if he didn't appear voluntarily, a committee spokesman said here. A few days later, the spokesman said, Sinatra's office telephoned to ask that the expense request be disregarded. Committee records indicate, the spoeksman added, that Sinatra never filed any expense voucher request when informed by letter that he was eligible for a $20 fee for his one-day testimony, plus commercial airlines roundtrip fare or 12 cents a mile if he came by auto. Chairman Claude Pepper (Dem. Fla.) received a July 24-dated letter from the office of the president of Sinatra Enterprises, Hollywood, listing Sinatra's expenses as $18,000 for leasing an aircraft at $1,200 an hour for 15 hours, and $750 liv- PHILIPS YOUR rnifclX* DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV a C RADIO AND TV 302 13th SI. N. JACK'S SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre 'PLAY IT AGAIN SAM" - In color. Staining Woody Alien, Diane Keaton and Tony Roberts. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 13 and 14. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult - Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "WEEKEND WITH THE BABY SITTER" - In color. Starring Susan Romen. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 13 and 14. Tuesday show at 7:30 p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "THE FRENCH CONNECTION" - In color. Starring Gene Hackman. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 13 and 14. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. Restrictied Adult. TABER - Tower Theatre "DAGMAR'S HOT PANTS" - In color. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 13 and 14. Tuesday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Restricted Adult. kg expenses for five days at $150 a day, the committee spokesman said. This was the request Sinatra's office countermanded. Sinatra had been asked to testify when the committee learned he had invested $55,000 in a now-defunct Berkshire Downs racetrack in Hancock, Mass. He balked until the subpoena threat was issued. Sinatra told the committee he had made the investment in the track, but when he learned that-without his knowledge or approval-he had been elected vice-president of Berkshire Dpwns, he asked his lawyer to get him out of the venture. Sinatra said he did not know anything about committee reports that an organized crime figure was a hidden investor. Statue centre of hassle ATHENS (AP) - A seven-foot Carrara marble statue of Pericles has sparked controversy about the length of his skirt and the thickness of his legs. "Ridiculous," some art critics called it, panning the short skirt and the heavy legs. A long tunic would have been better, they said. A Greek shipowner who paid to have the statue of the ancient Greek statesman to be set up in a public park in downtown Athens has threatened to take it away. The statue shows Pericles wearing a "miniskirt' and helmet p-nd holrtim a roi' of "an-yrus. It stands before the city's new cultural centre. Shipowner John Theo-dorocopoulos paid a German sculptor $80,000 for the statue. REVENUES UP EDMONTON (CP) - The Alberta bureau of statistics says that the province's 25 private r?dio stations obtained $11.7 million in operating revenue during 1971. This represented an increase of 11 per cent over the 1970 figure of $10.5 million. The stations employed an average of 581 employees during 1971. actors, musicians and others-voted to overrule convention planners and to set up their own organization. They also voted over whelmingly to demand separation of Quebec artistic endeavor from the rest of Canada, seeking money from Ottawa without strings. The convention was organized by the Canadian Conference for the Arts, formerly called the Canadian Arts Council. It followed meetings in Halifax, Toronto and Calgary called to help prepare a brief on arts and culture policy to be presented to the federal and provincial governments next April. But the Quebec regional meeting decided on a new, independent course." Led by a score of young acitvists, the conference objected to the tie with the Canadian cultural community and decided it wanted to form a Quebec arts council. Delegates demanded "repatriation" of money from Ottawa-the money now being paid out of the federal treasury for the promotion of artistic endeavor-but with Quebec rather than federal direction on how it should be spent. Some heaped criticism on the Quebec department of cultural affairs, saying it should be directed by the artistic community and not by the politicians. Delegates called for an assembly or common front composed of Quebec's creative artists, and said such an organization should replace the government department. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects - 7:03, 9:10 "Pete N Tillie" 7:15, 9:30 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Adult, Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:15, 9:15 "Rowdy Man" 7:45. 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:15 Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA "Night Call Nurses" 7:00, 9:55 "Beware of Brethren" 8:20 Last Complete Show - 8:20 Restricted Adult Cabaret, Deliverance, The Emigrants, The Godfather, Sounder. Supporting actor: Eddie Albert in The Heartbreak Kid, Cann, Duvall and Pacino in The Godfather and Joel Grey in Cabaret. Supporting actress: Jeannie Berlin in The Heartbreak Kid, Eileen Heckart in Butterflies Are Free, Geraldine Page in Pete 'n' Tillie; Susan Tyrrell in Fat City, Shelley Winters in The Poseidon Adventure. Best director: Bob Fosse for Cabaret, John Boorman for Deliverance, Jan Troell for The Emigrants, Francis Ford Coppola for The Godfather, and Joseph L. Mankewicz for Sleuth. , Broadcasters face crises TORONTO (CP) - M.E. Hamilton, president of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, said here private broadcasters face a number of crises and it may be time to call for a review of the commercial advertising of their competitor, the CBC. Mr. Hamilton, vice - president of Moffat Communications Ltd., said private broadcasters, unlike the CBC, depend solely on adverising revenues for their existence. Speaking to the Broadcast Executive Society here, he said crises facing private broadcasters include: -Increased political and consumer attacks on advertising, particularly of drugs, patent medicines, cosmetics, autos and products directed at children; -Additional competition for audience through continuing development of educational television; Proliferation of cable TV systems at the possible expense of conventional broadcasting. He said so far private broadcasters have not come up with any practical solutions to problems posed by the massive growth of cable TV. Disney screen show expended HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The Wonderful World of Disney television series, now in its 12th year, has been extended through the 1976 fall season, NBC-TV and Disney executives announced. The network also has options to broadcast the series through the 1976-77 and 1977-78 television series, NBC-TV president Don Durgin said Tuesday. E. Cardon Walker, Walt Disney Productions president, said the agreement will enable his straff to plan productions two years in advance. YOUNG HARPIST Judy Loman, since I960 the Toronto Symphony's principal harpist, began studying the harp at age five. No indecency cries raised this time OTTAWA (CP) - When bar* breasted African dancers were to perform in Canada's capital a few yearn ago, cries of indecency brought an order to cover up. Not so in 1973. Girls of Lea Ballets Africans danced unfettered here in a fascinating display of African art and culture with no imanediate protest from citizens. Response to the entire show was enthusiastic The 44 young men and girls ranging in age from 15 to the 30s, singers, dancers and musicians all, are subsidized by the government cf Guinea, whose president, Sekou Toure, calls them "travelling ambassadors of the African culture." They come close .to perpetual motion. The dancing, stilt walking, leaps and other acrobatics, psychedelic costumes and pounding ryhthm may leave the audience limp but the dancers never seem to tire. Journalists bill okayed HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A bill that would allow journalists to keep news sources confidential has been given tentative approval in the Montana House of Representatives. The measure, sponsored by Representative Michael Greely of Great Falls, would place the newsman's relation to his source of information to the same category as the lawyer-client, doctor-patient and priest-confessor. Representative James Lucas of Miles City said he sees no need for the bill. "I haven't seen a news reporter in Montana who is badgered." Representative Max Baucus of Missoula replied "We should take care of the situation before it exists." Letter bombs addressed to actresses ROME (AP) - After letter bombs were addressed last month to film stars Elsa Mar-tinelli, Laura Antonelli and SoM Stubing, the Rome newspaper II Messaggero asked a dozen other actresses how their mail was being opened. "It's my husband who opens up the mail, the poor darling," Erika Blanc replied Tamara Baroni, a former Miss Italy known as The Body who was involved in various sex scandals: "Do they really want to disfigure me I'm religious, you know. I'll go to church and light candles." The bombs addressed to Misses Martinelli, Antonlleb' and Stubing exploded before they reached them. Prince Charles on navy tour PLAYMOUTH, England (AP) - Prince Charles, heir to the throne, sailed Monday for Bermuda and the West Indies aboard the Royal Navy frigate Minerva, in which he is serving as a sub-lieutenant. The Minerva is due to spend six months on routine patrol in the Caribbean area but it was not clear if the prince will stay for the full tour. ADULT - NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount �* St. It 4th Ave. South: 327-6 ID* TONM1HT and WcD. Tonight at 7:00 and 9:10 p.m. Walter / Carol Matthau / Burnett "PetewTlllie" ] "-All about love andmarriagel ' HURRY LAST 2 DAYS! It's always harder at night for the Night Call Nurses J A NEW WORLD PICTURES RELEASE in Melroeofor r"^# ||n^^ "Beware My Brethren ADULT - NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema 8th St. & 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 TONIGHT and WED. At 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. In Color RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20th Are. & Mayor Merath Or. 328 6300 T0NCGHT and WED. First Show at 7 p.m. You'll love tin's charismatic, happy-go-lucky, compassionate rogue. He lived for the good times. A CANABT FILMS PRODUCTION the Rowdyman ..........GORDON PINSENT "in color  A CRAWLEY FILMS RELEASS ;