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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta !TV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MYSTEIIY MOVIE: Collimbo, p.m., Cli. 7. "Blue- print For Murder" finds Columbo tackling his toughest case trying to prove an architect murdered a tycoon who refused to back his project. SPEClALt Jacques Cousteau, 7 p.m., Cli. 1.1. "The Sound of Dolphins" is an interesting and informative hour with these sociable mammals. COMEDY: Laugh-In. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Gene Haclrnian is the special guest with cameo appearances by Robert Goulet and Sue Anne Langdon. SPECIAL: TV Auction, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Proceeds will go to Calgary amateur theatre and retarded children's funds. The auction runs for three hours. COMEDY: All In The Family, 10 p.m., Ch, 7. Sammy Davis Jr. plays Q guest role as himself in which Archie sets aside his usual feelings and opens his heart and his home to the star entertainer. MOVIE WESTERN: "Itcil p.m., Cli. 7. A young cowpoke 'ries Lo live down his reputation as a gunslinger. .MOVIE THRILLER: "Island of 12 midnighl, Cli. 13. Medical experiments on an isle off the coast of Ireland produce a breed of turtle-like creatures. SATURDAY SPORT: Sappum Review, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. Taped high- lights of the 1972 Winter Olympics in Japan. SPOUT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch, 13. Auto racing and skiing are featured on this report. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! on Until by flu radio and nltvition Italian. Any variation In program icheduli li due ta lait- minuto changes by the ttalloni and It not icipan- libllHy of Ihe Herald or Anglo Dlctribulori Stereo and Ptiotoorophlc Centra. FRIDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY News, Sports John Charles 1.00 Jack Newleld News Beryl Clark CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT B.m. Doug Wayne Barr? World a? Six son Show News Request Acllon Wayne Barry Lfne SATURDAY Soccer Resiilfi John Waller News Sporft American Ton 40 Newt, Wlhr, Sports News -K CKEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. (Bob Don Hedman Don MacMasler Don MacMaster Sign OH CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Playback Morning Center! FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run World al Six As II Happens The Entertainers 10-00 Mews From trio Capitals Five Nighls d Week Eye Openei News Right or Wrong Allanllc Symphony The Scene Solo 1 03 Identifies News, sport, Wlhr. Family Favorites The Big Bands Met. Opera SATURDAY Jan for the Record JUST ARRIVED Fll SONY 17 COLOR TELEVISION The World's Finest Color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" Single Gun Picture Tube. Supply Limited. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fkoloptaphic Centet 5th 51. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) fclcprotic 7 Marker Report Movie: Blupprinf (or Murder (c) l.augh-Jn Tommy Hunlor News tC) Teleprobe 7 Our Changing World Movie: Rod Sundown Cc) Tuniblei Movie: You Never Wrcsllmrj on Children's TB A McHale's Navy 9.30 npntle Bniley Kjmba (c) Marine Boy (c) Sarelv Roundup (c) Lets Make fl Dp ly al Andy Grilfilh 0 Bugs Qunny CFCN-TV lelhbridge Channet 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Hick Van Dyhe Hawaii Five 0 NL-WS icj Jacques Cuusleau fl 00 Thpntrp Cnlgnry TV Auclion News News Movie: Island of Terror SATURDAY Though! (or Day ,........_ 9.30 Rocky nnd Friends WJrir World of Underdog Sporls (c) Dalman Kir.go Blnqo Snort-. Digeil Thealre Calgary TV Auclion Like Young DO Mr. Chips (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} FRIDAY Glotctrollen (c) Woody Woodpecker Nrw. (c) In Hie News (c) Pink Panihor To Alt Wy Friends Hnlr Brar Hunch I'.IOMr Wirard On .Shore In the News Hugaloos Look Homeward Pebbles Jolsons Archie Jjitkie Glcnscn y Sabrina Invcrrary Goll Josie and Pussycats Classic. Ninht Gall NCAS (r) Tcnnr-1 SATURDAY 0 CGI on Itnrlp Ham 10 nn You Aro Them Business (c) F.lm Test Npws (O IJ-PO Dr. Ooolilllp lire Haw (r KFBB-TV Girat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY SATURDAY A'S (c) News Jerry Lcwh Rond Runner Tunky Phantom 5 OowllchetJ Lirtsuillc (c) f Liriosity Shop Jonny Quest Lancelot Link N 6-01 N'. Chronoloq (c) Odd Couple Lnvc Amcncnn -Stylo (c) ir.r.ji Mnv.c. Johnny Cool American Bands I and Al Perry (c) Roller Gamsa Golf American Adven- e World of rls n jnd million TV bill disclosed NEW YORK (AT) The three major U.S. television networks pooled llit-ir re- sources to cover President Nixon's Irip lo China, but men so it is costing each more than million. Voice and pictures come over a complicated relay from Peking, but viewers here have astonished al their excel- lent quality. Asked if Iherc were any special reason for the techni- cal excellence, George Miller al Die TV' Cliina Pool, said: "No, not really. Techni- cally, nobody in China has been doing anything unusual. It's just a normal overseas satellite transmission." "Technically, it's a mira- cle" said Sid Kaufman of CBS. However, network execu- tives said one survey indi- cated not as many viewers as expected were walcliing. New York Arbilron. the onlv audience suiTcy available so far, said about (10 million Americans watched Nixon's arrival Sunday night. Network officials said this is about the same number who normally would have been viewing TV Sunday night. POOL COVERAGE The networks arranged their coverage on a pool basis but with each using its own correspondents. Cost of the pool was SI.5 million with ABC. CBS and NEC each paying one-third. Each network was allowed ]1 persons, and for this each paid the pool Keeler is chosen woman of year CAUGHT OFF GUARD HJO DE JANEIRO (AP) I Armed robbers raided a branch bank while Ihe guard was in CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Harvard's Hasty Pudding The- atricals, which bills itself as 'America's oldest theatrical or- has announced selection of Canadian-born Ruby Keeler a s its Woman of the Year. Miss Keeler, now appearing in No, No Nanette on Broadway, will be the 22nd recipient of the award. Other winner s include Ethel Merman, Roslind Russell, Carol Burnett, Carol Channing, Jane Fonda and Mamie Eisen- hower. Miss Keeler appeared In Broadway musicals in the 1920s and in movies during the 1930s. She retired in 1940, hut came out of retirement for No, No, Nannette. LONDON (Reuler) English director John Schlosinger won Britain's equivalent of a Holly- wood Oscar for the .second time in three years Wednesday when his film Sunday, Bloody Sunday, received [he five top awards. The awards for 1371 were given by the Society of Film and Television Arts. About 500 producers, directors and other technicians in the British indus- try picked the winners, 1 Besides winning the best director award for Schlesinger, the film was named best of 1971 and its actor Peter Finch and Glenda Jack- named best actor and best actress. The other award for the film went to Richard Marven for the best editing American-born director Jo- seph Losey's The Go Between and Italian Lunchino Viconti's Dealli in Venice each on four prizes. Schlesingcr's earlier award in JD69 was for Midnight Cowboy. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Vet as a lov.n businessman in the old Andy Griffith television ser- ies, died at 59 after a brief ill- ness. The actor, whose real name was Sherwood Keith LaCounl, died Monday. In addition to the Griffith show, he appeared in such other television series as Perry Mason, Man Ironi U.N.C.L.E., Get Smart, Guns- moke and Adam-12. His motion picture credits in- cluded feature roles in The Best Man, Funny Girl and Pendu- lum. He also appeared in numerous stage roles and in 1937 built his own theatre, the Boolhbay Play- house, in Boothbay, Me. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Com- poser Rudolt Friml, 92, went home Wednesday in good spirits after his discharge from Holly- wood Presbyterian Hospital for a checkup for an intestinal j problem. The Prague-born composer of such operettas as The Vagabond j King and Rose Marie had en- lered the hospital last Thurs-1 day. j Ihe men's room and made off! eran characler aclor Shenvood will] about SB.OOO. Keith, best, known for his role r LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT T IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! 4 mm MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BED TENT" In Technicolor. Starring Sean Crai- nery. Claudia Cardinalc and Hardy Kruger. Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday at p.m. FamiJy. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "CHISUM" In Teclmicnlor. Klarriug Jolm Wayne, Forrest Tiicker and Christopher George. Friday and Saturday, February 25 and 26. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre 'HOW THE WEST WAS WON" In Melrocolor. Starring Jolm Wayne, Jnmes Slewart, Carroll Baker and Lee J. Cobb. Friday, Saturday, February 25, 26 and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre IValt Disney's "SON OF FLUBBER" In Technicolor. Starring 'Fred MarMurrny, Nancy Olson and Keenan Wynn. Friday and Saturday. February 25 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Friday. TABER Tower Theatre "NUN AT THE CROSSROADS" In color. Friday, Feb- ruary 25. Shows at and p.m. Adull. Saturday, February Afternoon Malinoe at p.m. "JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS'' Family per seal. U.S. governor bans executions TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Gov. Reubin Askew lias de- clared a 16-monlh moratorium on executions i n j move wliicli could keep the stale's ill condemned prisoners alive even if Hie U.S. Supreme Court upholds (he death penalty. An executive order signed Wednesday by Askew banned he use of ihe electric chair at Railord state prison until July 1973. Askew's order bans execu- tions pending the findings in niid-1973 of a state study com- mission on capital punishment, commission still has to be ormed. Davis freed on bail of PALO ALTO, Calir. (AP) Black militant Angela Davis has been freed on S102.500 bail and is expecled to spend her first day in more than months out- side jail walls at a secret hide- out in Santa Clara County. Tlic 28-year-old Communist and former philosophy instruc- tor gave a clenched iist salute as she emerged from the county jail here Wednesday night after in cash and a surety bond were [wstcd. Superior Court Judge Richard E. Araason, will preside al her trial on murder, kidnap and conspiracy charges s ta r t i n g Monday, set bail. Miss Davis is accused of fur- nishing four guns and helping plot an unsuccessful escape at- tempt by three San Quenlin prisoners at the Marin County Civic Centre in San Rafael on Aug. 7. 1970. A judge, two con- nets and au accomplice were killed. She was arrested in New York Oct. 13, 1970. Nixon lauds Chinese dancers PEKING (neiilcr) Presi- dent Nixon, during his visit lo ihe Great Wall here, lold re- the Chinese revolu- tionary ballet he and Airs. Nixon saw Tuesday night was the equal to any he had seen. The ballet, The Ilcd Detach- ment of Women, included one scene in which guerrillas fired mock bullets at on efficy of Nationalist Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek, whom the president recently referred to as "an old friend." He said he thought the bal- let was "great" and its mes- sage was powerful. "I have seen ballets all over the world, including the Soviet Union and the United the president said. "This is certainly the equal of any bal- lel I have seen. "I thought some of Ihe pro- duction effects were very dra- matic, too, like the scene where they showed the guer- rilla forces going across the sl.igc at Ihe end of great speed in the dark. Iliongln another thin? wss His vivid effect when they had the rifle fire, having the gunpowder smoke float, back into the audience so we could smell it. "You had a feel of realism lhat was quite vivid." Frldny, February 25, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 CO.WI.K'J'KI) l.N 'III Construction of Canada's railway into the Northwest Ter- ritories was completed in I'M. UI'XEIVK JII.OOIJ A (juarler of ;i million pcuplo receive blood in some form dur- ing a year in Canada. MARQUIS CABARET (Grenadier Room) Brings back by Popular Request ALECIA and Her WALLBANGERS Dancing and Entertainment THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. to 1 o.m. Fully licensed GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Feb. 26th 8.30 p.m. In the HALL 9lh Ave. and 6th Si. N. Music by FIORINO'S ORCHESTRA Members and guests welcome A GERMAN MOVIE Will BE SHOWN SUN., FEB. 27lh, 7 P.M. IN THE HAH MILK KING LUCERNE, Switzerland (Renter) A 35-year-old shep- herd. Kildaus Fankhauscr. has j b e e n declared Switzerland's milk-drinking champion. His average daily consumption ol 1.5 gallons beat 769 other com- petitors in a contest organized by the Swiss dairy industry. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "GRANT WEST" (EVERY NIGHT) IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Diamondas are Forever11 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Matinee "Captain Sinbad" One Complete Show Short Subjects :15. "Without a Stitch" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Kidnapped" Jast Complete Slow Saturday Short Subjects 'Kidnapped" Last Complete SIlow THE 11 RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- 'THE SACRIFICE SQUL" from EDMONTON THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE M222MMIJj ADM1TTED FREE I I ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL (In co-operalion with ihe Dept. of Culture, Youth and Recreation) Present MAREK JABLONSKI in Concert Yates Memorial Centre Friday, March 3rd, p.m. Tickets at Leisters: ADULTS STUDENTS COMING! SUNDAY, MARCH 26th ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Tickets at Leisters SINGLE MINGLE Once a year we open our private club ta the public. The club it detigned for tingle adults aver 30. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY ONE SHOW AT P.M. Doors Open p.m. ADMISSION ALL SEATS GHILDREN5S MATINEES: U of L, U of A, SACP Affairs FILM FESTIVAL FOR EVERYONEI Yates Memorial Centre Friday, Feb. 25 Saturday, Feb. 16 p.m. Noon 5-00 p.m. p.m. Also: 1 Film Workshop! (Saturday) 200 FILMS 6 "THEATRES" "YOU SELECT WE PROJECT" NO CHARGE "PITCH-IN-THE-TUB" IF YOU LIKE! 328 MAGIC THICKS LIGHT TIE SCREEN AS SINDBAD jo flGKTSfflEEW, fffe ELGARIMI DRESS For The ladies After 5 Attire FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 327-1442 GUY WILLIAMS XS NOW SHOWING p.m. A OARING EXPOSE! NOT FOR EVERYONE NOW SHOWING at and p.m. "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT-EVEN SEEING IS NOT BELIEVING TODAY and SAT. a Monumcnlal Mono" ficiurc 0 p-m. uinci'mili1.' i; Sal. continuous lo p.m. ;