Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuiiday, January 4, THI IITHMIDOI HIKAID B HIGHLIGHTSl TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Black 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The story of five nuns who organize a Himalayan con- vert school. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcos Welby, MD, I p.m., Ch. 13. The trauma of birth defects is exposed in "Basic the first of a two-part drama. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Peggy lee and Paul Lynde are special guests with everyone clowning in the circus-theme finale. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. Geneticist David Suzuki discusses genetic engineering, its Implications possibilities. PROFILE: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Three Men" traces the United Nations through the three men Who have held this high elective office. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Roger Moore plays four members of the Sinclair clan who are ill marked for murder by another Sinclair out for the family riches. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Deb- orah Kerr and her husband-screen .writer, Peter Viertl, Arthur Fiedler and Buddy Rich are special guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Murder By 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A district attorney, falsely accused of murder, tries to find the real killer. MOVIE 'ADVENTURE: "Captain Carey, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Betrayed to the Germans by an unknown per- son, a man returns after the war to find his betrayer. SPORT: Oue Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. High- lights of the second annual Northern Games held at Inuvilc last Bummer. Trimbles re I'tled by I he radit CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morl'ey McGil! with Contemporary News TUESDAY N10HT Beryl Cllrk Barry Hegland TUESDAY N18HT World at six Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elllol WEDNESDAY Jim Sheerer Checllne Leo Dow Show CJOC J News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Barry ProtW 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sports Total information John Oliver Beryl Clark Newi and Griln Prices Jack Thyi Pan? 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Movlo: Audrey (cl Our Oldgot Cell Married Galloping Gourmet Ginirll Halpllil When the Hurt II Tnm en I MlUtl Newi (c) Dallng Oimi _.______ NewlywM Glml capl. Kangaroo Newi Dlnah't Place (c) Secret Storm Marcui Welby Newi [cl Glen Campbell Dirt CftVBll 1C) WIDNflDAY Firm Newi Plane hits ear PESARO, Italy (Reuter) Enzo Sambirchi, 31, was seri- ously injured Sunday when his oar was hit by the wing of a light plate. Police said he ap- parently tried to take a short cut aoDSS en air field and drove Into tlie path of a landing aircraft. Zambuchi's son Aris, 3, was slighfly injured In the acci- dent. Search (or Tomorrow All My Chiidnn Mike i (c) Thil Olrl (c) Bawllchid Piuward Newt PORTRAYS NUN In the habit of playing women of world, Sophia Loren donj white habit for a change to play DID in her film, Sin." The Italian star portrays a nun serving at a hospital where a patient falls In love with her. Actress dies at age 58 STONINGTON, Conn. (AP) Comingore, 58, who played the female lead in Or- son Welles' 1941 film, Citizen Kane, died here after a long illness. She also appeared in 1952 in The Big Night, a film melo- drama starring John Barry- more Jr. She acted in Any Number Can Play the preced- ing year. Miss Comiogore also had Broadway theatre roles. She is survived by her hus- band, John Crowe, a son and a daughter. Apartment cable system poses problem OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion is still faced with a tough problem after turning down a request to connect some major Toronto apartment buildings to a cable television system. The problem is how to gain authority over master antenna television (MATV) systems in apartment buildings. Without jurisdiction over MATV, the commission cannot order master antenna opera- tions to abide by CRTC cable TV regulations or play a part in supporting Canadian broadcast- ing. Geoffrey Conway, president of Cable Utility Communications LUI., proposed to solve this issue by swallowing up MATV systems in 376 large Toronto apartment buildings in his cable TV operation. But the commission rejected his request in a decision last Friday, leaving MATV still out- side the jurisdiction of the CRTC. Essentially a MATV operation consists of a large antenna on an apartment building which picks up distant television sig- nals and pipes them to apart- ment suites, Toronto MATV systems can pick up Buffalo, N.Y., television stations as do cable TV opera tions but until recently there has been criticism of picture quality. GREATER IMPACT While there arc MATV sys- tems in other cities, master an tenna TV has had a far greater impact in Toronto than else- where. It is relatively unimpor- tant in such cities as Vancouver and Montreal. But some broadcasters say that if MATV is allowed to stay Death didn't worry star By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) _ "There is deeth in life-it is all around us. So the thought of dying didn't really bother me." Actress Kay Medford was re- flecting on Ihe ordeal of learn- ing that she had cancer of the tongue. She underwent surgery Oct. 3 and now has returned to her position as a regular on the Dean Martin TV show. She was making up for her absence by playing In one day four of the sequences in which she portrays pianist Ken Lane's protective mother. The red-haired, Bronx-born comedienne lately has made a specialty of playing Barbra Streisand was her daughter in the stage and film versions of Funny Girl. But she has had a long and varied car- eer in the Your 8 Rome with Love. She joined the Martin show this season, and producer-direc- tor Greg Garrison says, "The old man (Martin) credits Kay with being the major reason the new format is working this year." Miss Medford was in the mid- dle of the taping season when she paid a routine visit to her dentist. He sent her to an oral surgeon. A tumor had appeared on the underside of her tongue. A biopsy proved it to be malig- nant. YOUR PHILIPS DEAIK WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 301 13th ST. N. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SCORCHING SANDS" In color. Starring Anna Karina and Gerrard Barray. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 4 and 5. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "WTLLARD" In color. Starring Ernest Borgnine. Tues- day, January 4. Shows at and p.m. Adult. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Linemen 4 AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY A 733 13th Si. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVITY PROGRAMS Children's Recreational Free Hockey CIVIC ICE CENTRE Noon) Tuesday, January 4, Wednaiday, January 5 and Friday, January 7, 1972. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Noon) Tueiday, January 4, Wednesday, January, 5, Thursday, January ,6 and Friday, January 7, 1972. ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Noon) Tutiday, January 4 and Wednesday, January 5, 1972. SCHOOLS Golbraith, Gilbert Parenon, Lakiviaw, and Floerwood- Bawdon. Monday, January 3, Tuniday, January 4, and Wedneiday, January 5, 1972. Recnatlonal Baikttball, Volleyball, ele. (FREE) p.m. NOTE: Plnu refer la the regular public swimming and ichiduU on Ihe page each Men- day and Thursday pertaining to Ihe tchtduli of llmei for Free Public Skating and Swimming at Ihe City RMreailonal Facilities during ihe Christmas holi- days. Her reaction? "My first feeling was one of guilt. Guilt that by smoWng- the doctor was convinced that the tumor had been caused by had made myself sick and bad endangered the show." Two options were offered to her. She could undergo cobalt I was told there was a danger of burning, with fair-skinned people like me; also the optic nerve might be burned." Or she could submit to sur- gery, which might destroy her livelihood as an can live without a the doctor said." She chose surgery. Her recov- ery was quick, though "at first I talked like a Chinaman" (Gar- rison sent her a large package of fortune One prob- lem she faced was giving up smoking after 30 years of addic- tion. She carries a plastic paci- fier that resembles a cigarette I'll probably get plastic On her first two shorn she merely appeared in the final for a lip-sync (mouthing to prere- corded Then she re- sumed her comedy role. Film magnate on govt. salary TORONTO (CP) James Hamsay has been called the first Canadian movie mogul on a government not without reason. Since 1967, the former busi- nessman who now heads the special projects branch of the Ontario trade and develop- ment department has spent million on a series of spectacular films to promote the province. And, as administrator of Ontario Place, the entertainment showplace on the Toronto waterfront, he's jockeying behind the scenes for treasury board approval of new ideas for 1972. His plans include a series of new films to draw holidayers to Cinesphcre, the. triodetic dome-shaped theatre at On- tario Place, but he refuses to go into detail. He may have dropped an in- dication recently though when he said a great lealure was the greatest priority facing the Canadian film industry and added: "I have long thought a feature could be done on the War of 1812." Mr. Ramsay has been cred- ited with almost singlehand- edly boosting Ontario into sec- ond spot in the country's film industry, ranking behind only the National Film Board. TO CHANGE IMAGE His fascination with films goes back to the New York World's Fair and it carried over into his preparation for the Ontario pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal. Forking out he came up with A Place To Stand, a film that accom- plished his aim of telling other countries "we're not a group of elves living in a for- est" He says with a smile former premier John Robarts got misty-eyed each of the 14 times he saw the film and adds that tlie Christopher Chapman production is near- ing in sales and resid- ua] benefits. He followed A Place To Stand with a series of television commercials asking "Ontario: Is There Any Place You'd Rather and then rehired Chapman at to produce Festival for Expo '70 at Osaka, Japan. After laying out another for four special pro- jects on pollution and three others for Osaka he set off on his biggest single spending spree to date: Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Matinee "Shinbone Alley" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Bless the Beasts and the Children" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Murders in Rue Morgue" "Witchcraft 70" Last Complete Show million in for Chesphere when Ontario Place opened last May. EXTOLS NORTH The result was highlighted by North From Superior, a dizzying Graeme Ferguson film that cost and took up most of the 65-by-85 foot Cicesphere screen, one of the largest in the world. Also included were Seasons In The Mind, which cost and portrayed eastern Ontario, and Where The North Begins, a film that glorified Northern Ontario for AlSioDgh less in total cost than the others, North From Superior had the highest per- minute cost of the The Ontario investment In' films, including education tel- evision, totalled million in 1970-71, compared with the budget of the Na- tional Film Board. And as far a< Mr. Ramsay is coiueraed, the benefits have only started to surface. "We're only beginning to see the creative potential of large format he says. Canadian held in Cyprus drug roundup (AP) Cyprus po- lice with the help of a Lebanese Interpol officer have broken up an international narcotics gang engaged in smuggling hashish from Lebanon to Canada via Cyprus, it was announced here Monday by the island's chief of police. The gang, composed of a Ca- nadian citizen and Hiree Le- banese, was rounded up on New Year's Eve. Police Chief Savas Antoniou said they were caught near Larnaca, southern Cyprus, while they were unloading 313 pounds of hashish from a Le- banese motor boat. Antoniou added that the hash- ish, worth on the illicit market, originated in Lebanon. The four men appeared before a local court Monday and were remanded in custody for eight days. Tlie Canadian was identi- fied as John Stewart Robertson, 29, and the three Lebanese as Bahri Basraoui, Mahmoud Said and Zohti Suleyman. outside CRTC authority, the na- t i o n a 1 broadcasting system could be affected. They say that CRTC policy on cable television is designed to strengUien Canadian TV by re- quiring cable operators to follow a number of guides aimed at softening the impact of U.S. tel- evision in Canada. The CRTC July policy an- nouncement on cable TV was supposed to boost Canadian tele- vision program production by stemming the flow of advertis- ing revenue to U.S. border tele- vision stations and encouraging advertisers to spend money on Canadian TV. Murray Chercovcr, president of the CTV Television Network Ltd., told the CRTC in Decem- ber hearings in Toronto that Una CRTC policy would lose much of its force if it does not apply to MATV operations. Broadcasters say the rich To- ronto market supplies much of the national advertising revenue for the national TV networks. Any move cutting into that source of revenue would hurt the national broadcasting sys- tem. But if MATV was allowed to ignore CRTC policy, master an- tenna systems could cany U.S. television stations without worrying about helping increase Canadian television program production. 7 As MATV systems are being installed in big Toronto apart- ment buildings they reach an in- creasingly large proportion of the city's population. LQ. of 145 And a Poor Memory? A no led publisher In Chieega reports there it a limpid tech- nique for acquiring o powerful memory which can pay you dividends in both business end social advancement and works like magic to give you added poise, necessary self-confidence and greater popularity. According 1o Ihis publisher, many people do no) realize haw much they could influence others simply by remembering occur- ately everything they see, hear, or read. Whether in business, at social functions or even in cas- ual conversations with new ac- quainlancei, there are wayi in which you can dominate each situation by your ability 10 remember. To acquain! the readers of Ihis paper wilh the eosy-to-fol- low rules for developing ikill in remembering anything you choose 10 remember, the pub- lishers have printed full details of their self-training method in a new booklet, "Adventures in which will mailed free to anyone who requests if. No obligation. Send your name, address, and zip code to; Mem- ory Srudfes, 555 E. Langt St., Depl. 628-90, Mundeleln, III., 60060. A postcard will do. STARTING WEDNESDAY 3 DAYS JANUARY 6, 7, 8 THE BOOGIE BAND at Ihe YORK HOTEL 3rd Avt. and 13th St. N. MRAMOUOT CINEMA Bid SI blOO SHOWING DOWNTOWN WEDNESDAY MATINEE ONLY AT p.m. carol charming ,eddic bracken THE WONDERFUL REAL ROMANCE OF ARCHY AND MEHITABEL color- a fine arts film- released bjr allied artists QD CHILDREN 50c FAMILY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE National Lifeguard Course Fritz Sick Pool Wednesday evenings p.m. January 12th to March 15, 1972. Applicants for this ccursa must: 1) be 17 yeors of age or older 2) posseis one of ihe following current (i.e. less than two years old) awards: a) R L 5 S Bronze Medallion b) Red Cross R L S S Joint Instructor Award c) Y M C A Senior Lifesaving Award. 3) present a current certificate from o physician certify- ing good health and at least vision wilh or without correcting lenses. Application forms for the course can be obtained al the Com- muniiy Services Department office, located at 122 5lh Avenue South, during regular office hours commencing Wed- nesday, January 5, 1972. James Garner From ftw. A Kmev iMirt SenrtM Matinee Today and Wed. Evening and p.m. ADULT PARAMOUNT SHOWING TODAY THRU. SAT. ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and WED. STANLEY KRAMER'S Shewing of and p.m. i u rni Murders nlNTHE RufMorgue Hit No. 2: "WITCHCRAFT 70" RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT and WED. Fint Show al p.m.