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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday January 7, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TV TUESDAY ADVENTURE: Search. S p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a businessman's plot to kidnap a Search agent and torture him to death. SPECIAL: Year-End Review, 10 p.m.. Ch. 7. Top news stories of 1972 are reviewed by the CBC correspondents who covered them. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Welby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A married woman returns to nursing to forget she can't have a child and becomes involved with an emotionally disturbed patient. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griflii, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. "A Night With Cole Porter'1 features Ethel Merman, Veberly Sills. Carmen MacRae and Jack Sheldon. MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Ch. 7. The story of a teen-ager's romance with a young widow and sadistic Latin teacher who plagues him. WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Convict 1 p.m. Ch. 13. A gun-fighter helps a U.S. Marshall fight off outlaws trying to free two convicts under guard. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pngrnmi c.rt lined by Ihe radio and television Any vorialion in progmm dw to latl- ninuto changes by Hie ttatiom and ii not Hie mpon. virility of the Herald- or Anglo Stereo and Photographic CHEC Mo'i-Y VcSlir A'lan Cc-.tf-sc-jry DC BO Mrvjn: Cor Lsa COM Fa-m N5ws; We Sunday MONDAY thru 7-zil-v; Pas! Grain PricM 5 CO CI3-S LM Cell tf Utlrf t.i; Dave Kino CJOC if NaM Vii'fi Bill Sad V.'h'r. Brenl Vac'sa-., F-T-: c-d DCJ? Cera TUESDAY NIGHT Jin ElIlcT 5: 31i News and Griln WEDNESDA'I Tt CHEC FM HON. THRU SIT. TUESDAY NIC-MI CBR Radio 1010 Colgary V. l A'fei .i" S WEDNESDAY V-SX Fe-gus Eye Kf" e i-.u Run IT IT'S NEW AT ANGLO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER Feclj-es FUST buticri cc-1 s's. cux. jack for recording 3V specter, oc'cctor, earphone, cOrrymg ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Photoplaphic 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT -5 WEDNESDAY >j r ?D Tsk; ro :.x .-X- z J.35 ri I'.." Lcfs Mite E Ceil CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cublevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY SIGHT WEDNESDAY 11-! Cl.-ck t V G- -I Off Buckslrt c- Air Fllntslonei (t) Ve AA'. F Yea c: C -T- T Carvicr s SsmeneT :cl world W.ial's The We'd Trscy Can Do KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT AcriculfLjrs TLT.S v Cr--s> icl :o in The (c) c J.' i Ae-o is (c) l.MAnclhpr T-- ix Sa.e c' :-e Cer.ifry Sscre: r-j-J -'e-K h: Squares Dauclas [c) Family Vila1, Wneri JcKers Wilo 1C.3: Tc-ijl-t News WEDNESDAY i-M NBC Nighlly CLT NeM KFBB-TV Greol Falls Channel S (Ciblevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT 0 (c) 0 Cac! Ksncarw (cl General Hospilal 0 Jac< LsLanna 1-33 One 10 Days o' eur Uivtl (c) Charm? best feature ISLAND SHORTAGE Nevfouridland has no snakes, skunks, poison Ivy or hay fever, i activity in Canada's Far North. MAJOR INDUSTRY is the major economic By VINCENT CANBY Chloe in the Afternoon, the, Bunuel; Screenplay (FrenchI characters who hang around New York W.mes News Sen-ice s i it th of Eric Rohmer's moral and English subtitles) by Bu- NEW YORK By definition j tales, concludes the cycle of the 1C best of anything have lit- i witty comedies with the story released hy 20th Century-Fox. tie relation to the rest of the of Frederic (Bernard Verley) a nuel and Jean-Claude Carriere; One of Bunuel's most brilliant tiie fringes oi the boKing game in Stockton, Calif. Eiglitcen- year-old Ernie Hunger (Jeff t Bridges) is on his way up and things in their class the best, Paris businessman who, though I films, The Discreet Charm of TuUy 'Stacy Keachj being made irrevocably differ-; madly in love with his wife, is the Bourgeoisie is my choice of. is on his way out. ent by their quality. I momentarily draira to Chioe the best feature film of the Frenzy, directed by Alfred In 1972 that was especially' a free but remark-1 year. Hitchcock; screenplay by An- true of films, which were most-; ably mudded spirit, to expe-1 Il's a crystal-clear social thony Shaffer, based on (lie nov- ly less than exciting, sometimes: rience "the pangs of anticipa- j comedy of surreal shape about el Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell for long periods. tdon" he now m i s s e s in mar-1 a small group of chic, upper- j Leichester Square, by Arthur There were occasional lyj hage. crust Parisians who spend most La Bern; produced by Hitch- things like What's Up, Cries and Whispers, of the film trying unsuccessful-' cock; released by Universal Fritz The Cat, The Candidate, directed and produced by Ing-' ly, to dine together. Every time Pictures. Frenzy is rDtchcocL- Pocket Money, Supsrfly, Gum- i mar Bergman; released by they sit down at the table, pe-' in the dazzling, lucid form iha: shoe and Sleuth, films that were New World Films. Because culiar things happen; an army is as much the meaning as the either fun, or easy to take, or Bergman is a man who loves arrives, the hosts disappear, or method of his films, ambitious in unusual ways. woraan without identifying with perhaps a curtain goes up and The Godfather, direcled by My choices for 1972, listed in them, this film about the tor- the guests find themselves on Francis Ford Coppola; screen- alphabetical order, are: merited lives of three sisters, stage in a play whose lines they play by Mario Puzo and Cop- Chloe in the Afternoon set in a Swedish manor house don't know. pola, based on the novel (L'Amour, di- rected by Eric Rohmer; a', the turn-of-the century, is full Fat City, directed by John Puzo; produced by Albert S'. of the sort of wonder and spec-' Huston; screenplay by Leonard i Ruddy; distributed by Para- screenplay (French with Eng- ulation experienced by a tour-1 Gardner, based on his novel; i mount Pictures. A superb popu- lisb subtitles) bv Rohmer; pro-11st in a strange land he knows produced by Ray Stark; distri-'lar American movie. The God- duced by Pierre CottreU; A j well but where he'll never be a buted by Columbia Pictures. father is the gangster melodra- Films Du Losange-Barbet Sch-; native. Huston's Hne, lean film version ma come-of-age, truly somr.v- roder Production; released by; The Discreet Charm of the of Leonard Gardner's fine, lean ful and exerting, without the Columbia Pictures. I Bourgeoisie, directed by L u i E novel about some second-rate false piety of the films that flourished 40 years ago. The Heartbreak Kid, direct- ed by Elaine May: by Xeil Simon, based on H s'orv by Bruce Jay Friedman; pro I duced by Edgar J. Scherick: a Palomar Pictures international p r o d u c lion, disiributrd by "TVas It as good as you'd Liia i the bride, asks he- husband in the dark of the Virginia (room. ''Exactly." says Lenny. j "Exactly or Lila sJEtE. Lila is clearly asking for trouble in the Elaine May-Neil I Simon-Bruce Jsy Friedman CDI- Isboration. Tne Heartbreak Kid. which is all about how Lenny falls in love with a girl from Minnesota while he and Lila are ro thar honeymoon in Miami Beach. Tokyo Story, directed t-.y YasyvL-o Ozu: screenpisv Man- English hy Koro Nrxia and Oru; released by Yorker Films. In Tnkyo Story the principal characters are an and who make their fifi-i trip 10 Tokyo 10 visi; their children. who are eisd in see par- ents b u r eventually z fcie bored by them. Traffic, directed by Jacques Tau; orid-na] screenplay by Tati. with the creative col- laboration P: Jacques Ls- Grange: produced by R o b e r t Dorimann: a Jacques Tati Pro- duction. Corona Films-Paris; released by Columbia Pictures. Tati's fifth feature film k E splendidly funny comedy thai returns Mr. Hulot to the screen, this time as the eccentric, raih- er dimly seen inventor of a camper car that Hulot and his associates try to drive to Am- sterdam for the International Automobile Show, but cessfullv. WORKING ON THE Harrison H. Schmilf is shown work- ing beside a huas bculder ct Stciion 6 (base cf North Massif) during the Ih'rd Apcllo 77 extravehicular activity ai the Tcurus-Lilfrcw landing site. The front portion of the Lunar Roving Vehicle is visible on left. Th's pholo was taken by Asl.-cnaut Eugene A. Cernan, flight commander. Schmitt was the lunar module p'lci. Moon soil is poivdered glass HOUSTON" (AP? An in- triguing orange suil discovered on the moon by the Apollo 17 astronauts actually a deposit of rxnvder-like glass that may or may not have been formed by volcanic aclion, United States space agency said Friday. "It's a silky type of material, the finest .vet seen from tne said Dr. William Phin- ney. a Manned Spacecraft Caitre scientist. "It's greater than 90-per-cent glass." Phinney said the material largely is droplets, spheres and fragments of com- posed of glass which is a to burnt orange in color. Dr. Paul Cast, chief of plan- etary and earth sciences at MSC, said the orange soil was not formed as a result of a "hydrous alteration" or some volcanic action involving water. This, however, he said, does not eliminate the possibility of lunar volcanic action, although it now seems less likely. The soil, he said, could have formed hy vapors or gases es- caping the moon. Another scientist. Dr. Eugene Simmons of Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology, reported underline that 'an instrument called the could be deposits of wa- face electrical properties ex-'ter about 30) feet below the periment discovered what "con- i moon's surface. Today's Showtimes YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVI-E MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S KADIO AND TV 302 13lh 51. N. paramount' eft SL 5. Are. South. 357-S108 One man alone understood the savagery of the early American west. TONIGHT AND WED. AT AND P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT BUET LANCASTER ULZANA'SRAID KCHAP.DJAECKEL STILL UNDEVELOPED Only one-iird of Causds's tote] area hss been brought under development to date. STARTS TOMORROW Si. 6 W, An. Souih.327.5100 FIRST SHOW 7 P.M. JftNOAUDEKILLY The world's greatest skier in his first fjH-length feature motion picture. A DARING RIP-OFF OF AN ALPiK'E RESORT. COLOR "SKIN 2 Starring JAV.ES GAP.NER STARTING TOMORROW parampunt SHOWING WED., THURS. and FRIDAY MATINEES ONLY AT P.M- FAMILY ALL J SEATS 750 Probably never to bt toMagala PARAMOUNT Short Siibiects "llzans Riid" Last Complete Kestricted Adult Special llr.tiri'e Shoit "King One complete Family PAR-AMOUXT CIXEMA Shon Subjects 11.-M "Elris on Tour" Last Complele ShoT Family TOLLEGE Short Svibjects "They Only Kill Masters" Last Complete Show Adult SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CARRY ON" AGAIN. DOCTOR' In color. Starring Sidney James. Alister Sims and "THE CARRY ON Tues- day and Wednesday, January 2 nd 3. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KANSAS CITY BOMBER" In color. Siarring Raquel Tuesday, and Wednesday, January 2 and S. Tues- day show ai p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" In Starring Kirk Douglas. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 2 and 3. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Adult. STARTS TOMORROW DELUXE SHOWS at and p.m 5-3-n; PETES ci'SHivG PATRICK MAGES BARRY MORSE BAPSARA P4RVSS ROBERT PC.'.E-'L F.iV-L'NS SYLVIA SYMS TCCD JAVES ,rr'.v.-.-j- 3. s-iv- ENDS TONITE I 'THEY ONlY KILL THEIR MASTERS' wi, th JAMES GARNEK THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Proudly Presents MARK WESTCOTT IN RECITAL PRIOR TO HIS LONDON DEBUT FRIDAY, M. 5fh 8JO p.m. (PIANIST) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets at LEISTER'S MUSIC STORE Adults All Students SI.00 ;