Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
!TV HIGHLIGHTSl named lor role MOVJF- Ir.rin p.m., Cli. 1. Tliis is l'arl 1 of a spy drama based on tlio Iruo slorv of a llrilLsh fale-cracker who became a double jigenl in World War 11. fart 11 o! this show will be wen fit 9 SPECIAL: President Nixnn. 7 p.m., Oil. 13. Conliimillg live coverage of Ihe f'residential tour of Peking's Forbidden Cily and ancient palaces. CIII1MH DIIAMA: Longslrrfl, 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Longalrct'l pretends he saw a crime to nail a murder susnocl. CRIME UIIAMA: 0'IIara. Treasury rtgenl, S p.m., Cli. 7. Frank Gorshin as a cheap hood who's trying lo pull off a blackmail scheme. VARIETY: Dean Martin Snow, D p.m., Cli. Kva Gabor as Snow While in a fairytale spoof; also comedy routines with Charles Nelson Reilly. LAWYER miAJIA: Tlie Hold Ones, ID p.m., Cii. 13. A mystery to keep the newer guessing, especially during an ex-marine's murder trial. MOVIE MELODRAMA; "Alom-Agc p.m. ,CIi. 7. A scientist gcjes on a murderous rampage aHer an experiment fails. FRIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "The .Man In (lie I p.m., Cli. 7. A man wakes up lo find himself in a private nursing home. .MOVIE THRILLER: "Tlic Man Win Could Cheat J p.m., Cli. 13. A Parisian doctor discovers the secret of eternal youth Alnn Lund, l-'esli-1 iirlistic clii'ccloj1, htis chosen Viim-ouvcr actress Jlcarn mid I'rcncli performer J.Tffjufs to in the musical, P.allatlc, will opnn Ihe fcsLival's season June 2li. JlllfM fl'C w ANIltU 5 Clings are litlid by tht radio and television ilailoni. Any variation In pragmm KAeeliib h dm fair, chaflgei by Ihe Italians and It not Ihe raipon- tlbllHY M HeraU or Anglo Diitrlbuton Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC ir Tlfpryr Charmnn widi Contemporary Moi'lcy McGill with Coutemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Bfryl ClarK f, M Jim Shearer Barry Hegiand 7 Snorfs Jack Newlcfd Checlme Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Man in the Wilderness1' Last Complete Show JA1tAMOL'.VT CKVEMA Matinee "Captain Sinbad" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Without a Stitch'1 Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Kidnapped" Last Complete Show Humility, Educational, THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Tli 8 LOUNGE SONGS BY "GRANT WEST" (EVERT NIGHT) IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TCI .MOM.1; Carson, star of laic night television, says ils "9.1.9 per cent sure" lio'll niovr his To- il i s h I show iicarlquartcrs Irom New York to Hollywood this spring. "The talent pool Is out berc Carson said in an interview in Holly- wood. "That's the basic rea- son for liie change." Aljnut 20 key members of (he Car- son (cam, including announc- er Ed Mt'Mabon 'and hand leader Doc Severcnsen, will make the cross-country hop, probably In May, Carson said. Canadian film nominated for award MONTREAL (CP) A. Na- tional Film Board production entitled Evolution has been nominated for an Academy Award in the animation short category. The lO-minute film, directed by Micliacl Milk, received awards si three 1.171 compelj- lions in Canada, Grenoble and Ajvnecy, France. Another Canadian short. Sel- fish Giant by Potterton Produc- tions of Montreal, lias been nominated in the same cate- gory. OTTAWA 'Hie educ.v liona) Iplevi.siun pJclurc J.s slil! unclear after months of sion between the toicral jjovern- Albcila, Unlario and Quebec. Thr> federal government said in Dccemher cei'lain conditions niu.st he accepted hy Ilir provin- cial govcnimcnls before it ivijuld cliange a pojiry thai de- nies broadcasting licences to provincial agonies. But State Serctary Gerard I'ellelier said last week lie is examining a Quebec proposal Ihat would aller one the- aulliorily of the Canadian Hadio-Television Commission over provincial educational TV agencies. Alberta Mucaiion Minister llyndman aplly summed up the current situation in a recent irjternew: "The whole area of educa- j (ional TV is a hii up in the air I ajid uncertain." ALREADY ACTIVK Alberta and Ontario already are active in educational TV and Quebec has declared ils in- tcnlion lo get into direct educa- tional brcadcasling j Talks arc most tdvanced with Quebec, where Communications Minister Jean-Paul L'Allier said recently he acccpls all federal conditions except the one con ccrning Ihe CTITC. the federal broadastirig regulatory agency. Mr. Pelletier said last week that Mr. L'Allier recently sulj- milted a proposal (hat would make the council of provincial education ministers and the CRTC jointly responsible for de- ciding whether programs are educational. The state secretary said the federal government is consider- ing the proposal. He said Mr. L'Allier appar- (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) 10.00 Leo Dnw Hour ol information John Oliver Beryl Clark THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson Weyne Bfli Show Yl (JO PrcUC 1IIIJ Sta Jir Acllon CBC John Line Phone Bill Show THE EL RANCHO CABARET CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hou "THE SACRIFICE SOUL" from EDMONTON Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Proinc chamber S'.oo v.'orid .1 m Momr Run Music. fi.15 Eye Oprnrr World el MX 11-00 World nl 9 10-Ofl Vi'lhr, Etwrrci C-lovar J Five Nighls a Week 6.05 Eye Opn Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE 1 JUST ARRIVED ently objects to giving I'K'M.' .soie authority lor dcci'J-1 ing whether programs are edu- j rational under a definition set out in an agreement between Ihe federal and provincial gov- ernments two ago. The Mate M'crolarv [did Hie in Dcrr-mlirr ihe a'l- Ihnrhy of Ihe CliTC niuM lie maintained in any deal mill (he provinces. UK SKIMII.UK Another condition was tint Ihe provincial educational TV i agency would have to be as sep- arated from (he provincial gov- ernment as the CBC is from the federal government. A third requirement was thai provincial agency wouid r.hide by the? mutually agreed definition of educations! reached by the federal and pro- vincial goveiTimenls Mr. Pelletier has described this definition as ".so broad you can roll a truck through il." Basically. Ihe definition re- quires programming tor educa- tional TV to be different from ordinary broadcasting. lie .said in the in December the CHTC wou.'d not pass judgment on program j quality because the definition of' educational TV already had been accepted by Uie provinces. THf uncl assport Photos Candid WtMng, Mcloa framing _ A. E. CROSS STUDIO Hwwjai-Olfl 710 3rd An. ttt4tt3 MARQUIS CABARET (Grenadier Room) Brings back by Popular Requesf ALECIA and Her WALLBANGERS Dancing and Entertainment THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADICS p.m. to 1 n.m. Fully licence! Dish-id news on page lo YOUR rnlLlr j DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A C K'S AND n IV J INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS ANNUAL SPRING DANCE At The Lethbridge Labor Club Sat., Feb. 26fh p.m. MUSIC BV RAYMOND CANADIANS Members 2.50 Per Couple Non Members 3 CO Prr Couple Advance Tickets From: M. Trsmel, 328-27E6; R. t'.'henlcirjn 327-6141. NOW SHOWING at and p in. "SOMETHING TOTH1UK ABOUT-EVEN SEEING IS NOT BELIEVING COLOR IE IE VISION The World's Finest Color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" Single Gun Picture Tube. Supply Limited. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and irnotopiapliic Ccnlci Phone 328-6922 419 5Ki Si. 5. LKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m, 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AHOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT tor ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, FEB. 24-CKEMO FRIDAY, FEB. 25-CHEMO SATURDAY, FEB. 26-CLIFFS COMBO COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING 1-00- p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 6.00- FRITZ SICK POOL February NOON HOUR 12.00- Public Swimming........... Public Swimming Salurday, February Public Swimming......... 2.30- -1.30 Sunday, February 27 Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday. February NOON HOUR p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Fridayf February 25lh Mothers Pre-schoolers Free skaling noon Public Skafmg 2.-00- p.m. Public Skoiing 7.00- p.m. Salurday, February 26lh Public Skating Public Skaling Sunday, February 27lh Bcainncrs Skoiing........ Public Skating Family Stealing...... HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, February Public Skating....... Saturday, February Public Skating Monday, February 28 Free Public Skating......... CIVIC ICE CENTRE Frfdoy, February Free Public Skating Sunday, February Beginners Skaling............... p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating nl Henderson Park Ice Cenfre on Friday evening Feb. 25 From p.m. nor at ihe Civic Ice Centre on Sot. evening Feb. 26 from p.m. nor Sun. afiernoon, Feb. 27 from p.m. uue to previous booking commitments. 1 00- 2 30 6.00- 7.30 7.00- p.m. 7-00- p.m. 5'30 p.m. TODAY thru SAT. Dl p.m. FAMIIY The Story of a Girl's Love, a Boy's Courage and a Rogue's Reckless Daring. SATURDAY CONTINUOUS FROM P.M. MATINEES ONLY P.M. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Doors Open p.m. ADMISSION ALL SEATS 326 RttGHJ THICKS LIGHT TKESCREERASSINDBftD FIGHTS THE EVIL CBPTBin GUY WlLUAMSSSr CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY N1GH1 11 Tclffirobp 7 IP'.iSUicz Hrlcnr i.TJ nr Ot-r flwnglnt; 11 .PI tjrerf frn-r-, -rcp, v.rritl Town 3'Jli Atcin Age I-M Vdriipirn 'in Roni] fl'JD f.'.ovic: Triple FRmAY Gnlloplnq Gounncl 1) rnriii aixl City -T'Ti lake 3n f-OH O'J-l.-irn lfd.iv nl nirhl 'i-rn o r Gi-ni' CFCN-TV Iclhliiidgo Chnnnnl 13 (Cohlcvision Ch. 4) NIC.HT i-- -n M.IV.-I i n 1 T) rRIOAY 17-flT pOAilthrrJ M vfln n 1 fri" Pfl'1' 1? -13 (fl HMO Oircilions (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) NIGHT (.15 Unfl-rr.tfinrJing Our As Ihe World Turns Shew Trif (r) TTD Tntlriv in Anr.llirr V.'orlcl S ;1 f nn-.cnh fllirn n.'iy fily '1 (Vjr.r rf Id-if-t "l S'i H-I n rBinAv f.i C', 11 0-1 KFBD-TV Grcal Trills Chnnncl 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11} U.no Nrwlyv.fcl 8 Din.ilVi Pinto U) 5ixrrl Slonn P.in .inck l.iiLnnnn Oi.n Life lo I IVP 1 OL) fiallopmn fiourrnM 5'00 Days Our Lives Girl r.rncrnl Hospital Whom tho Hcnrr H Thrrr on ,1 M.ilcn in ;s Hi-v.s n.-iii.-Hi n.nnr (c) 11 -1 'VI it) 'I A I My UnUi.'ii s U J.S Tnnn H..10Lrl.-. A Dcol 5.3rt A.'n Pur.rh In r.'.ni'hfill IV S hi II SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE MED TENT" In Technicolor. Sinn-ing Scan Cardin.ile and Ifardy Krupi-r. Thiii-s- (liiy. I'ri'l.iy nnrl Salnrflny, Fcliniary 'il, :.i and 2S. Thurs- il.'jy ;il p m. MILK RIVER Sunlond Thocilre "CIIISI'M'1 In Technicolor. Starring .lohn For- rvsl Tuctor, Chrislophcr George anad Bnico Cabol.. (lay anrt Salurday, February 25 nncl 2fi. Friday show ill PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre 'HOW Till': WUST WAS WON" In color. SlnrrinK John H'aviic. .lames Slpwarl, llonry Fonda, liicliard U'idmark Can-oil Raker. Fritlny, Snliinlay and Sunday. I'rhru- :v; .-ifuJ 1'7. Fridr'jy .slmu1 .if p.m. PINCHER CRfcEK fox Theatre In TrrlmiroH. KlnrrinK C.-indii-n ReTRcn and I'plcr Slraiiss. Tliiirfday, Frlinino- !l. Kliow nl HMTi Ileslrirlod Aclnll. TABER Tower Theatre AT THE CROSSROADS" In color. Thursday nnd Friday, Foliruary and Thursday ai and il (in p.m. Adull. STARTS TOMORROW and p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT MAN IN THE WILDERNESS" In color with RICHARD HAKRIS lljnrk] JILL ST. JOHN CHARLES GRAY ESUCL MB01 Matinees Friday and Saturday 2.15 p.m. Evenings at 7 and 9.JS p.m.