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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurday, January 6, 1973 THt LETHSPIDG! HP.ALD 7 HIGHLIGHTS ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings fnyrm laftui by iht radio and tetniiion rtariom. Any vorteSon m program idwdub is due to kat- changerby ffotiow H mpan- efcffiy of Herold or Anglo ffetribpiwi Stnco end CHEC -I i IE- S' A' i VCSDiY s- 5 SUNDiY Le: Trr. I; i -s 7-2: V-s-i'a" -i: Lee i CJQC siTURrnY NIGHT .-5 I _--7 ,-.v w-V. Sr- SUND'.T si: C-'a.n (KSisi _ .vv. .r V.'-j h'.CNDiY t :C t CHEC FM ir FUcio 1010 ,.k 1! rr '.'S --s -i Cr.-T SATIUDAY SPORT: NHL 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Tne Calilornia Golden Seals meet Lbe Canadiens in lloncreal. COMEDY: Bridget Loves Bernie. 7 p.m., Ch. 13. "Hon- esty is the VTorst PoUcy'1 v.hea it comes io past romances. Bemie finds o-jt abo'JL Bridget's lirst DRAJIA: Pc4ice Surgeon, p.m., Ch. 13. Locke out to prove the iiieniiry o.' a niEaial'y-disturbea killer ba'ore he strikes again. COMEDY: Santord and Son, p.m.. Ch. 13. Fred ac- cidentally j'iiK an anilq'je gurj at a ne ghbor's window and he's sure tnc- nan's dead. MOVIE WESTERN: "Sam 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Post adveziure comedy. MOVIE "Sel This Tom on 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A publisher his OVT. in a drama about a Esvea-j ear-old manslaughter trial. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Dandy in 12 midnight, Ch. 13, A spy Lhriiier EWJI a agent tet'.veen tbe Eas'. and the West. .MOVIE "The Liqmdalor." a.m., Ch. 7. A secret iLvolved in an aisassina- con Former movie magnate marks 100th birthday It! It's New! ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS a.'iJ fhoSoyiapliic Ctntet 419 5lS ST. S. PHONE 326-6661 "WE EVcRYTrING SHIL' CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Ccblevision Ch. 6) DISCV5STON: Youth Confrontation, p.m., Ch. 7. A on morally and reh'gioa in the nrsi of a ser- ies. 0 DOCUMENTARY: Telescope, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. First ol two programs ce-eb-stLng The centenrJal anniversan- of the Royal Moored Police. Today's program "sith the creation of Force in 1573 as tbe acd lie 91X1- mile trek arc. Par; 2 on Jan. IT a; 1230 p.m. deals vlih li'e Force today. SPORT: NHL Hockey, i p m., Ch. 5. The Boston Bruins meet the Chicago Black at SPORT: NBA BaskeibaU. p-m." Ch. 11. Us Au- geies Liters meet ihe Bucks at Milwaukee in ibe first cf S'jrjdsy es. JPECI.-U-: "Faith in Aaim." 3 p.m. Ch- 7. A program to launch "Key T5" across ihe North American comment. It is an evangelical thrus; to caj e3 Cnrisiiass lo Cnris- WILDLIFE: The Challenging Sfa. J p.m., Ch. 13. Tne Great Barrier Reef birds, fish and mammals is es- armred. WILDLIFE: World Vfe In. p.m.. Ch. 7. A rerurri of this series the cameras into the preoatc-ry r.-cneaib sea. MOVIE MYSTERY: "HoDeymoon With i Stranger." S p.m. Ch. 1.1. A S'jsrerisc yarr. abcu: brire vhose husbtad disappears during ther ita'jar. bc'seymoca. FAMILY: cf Disney. 6 p.m.. Ch. r. "The jrystsrv m Dracuia s the first of a de- lectlve about a theft. CRDrE DRAMA: Mod Sqnad. p.m-, Ch. LI. A drama abc-ut a cab io loan sharks. ADVF.NTTRE- The Bpachcombcrs. 7 p.m.. Ch. 7. A log- booming foreman fires ail his Corkers arjd the beacbramb- ers are lef: to iiii t-Te vacancies, ADYEXTVKE: "Black Beamy." p m.. Ch. T. Horse lovers er.icy this scries c-n So'.veli's clas-s'.c chil- HISTORICAL: The British Empire. p m.. Ch. 13. The rise and fail of the Empire in the Far East. VARIETY: Jnlie Ac-irens. S p.m., Ch. 7. Sid Caesar has the K'.i role a satire of "The txifathcr." CRIME DRAMA: Manaii. p.m., Ch. 15. "Tr.e Man Who Wasn't There" fciio-.vs a deadly game played by a mystery goal is io Mannix. "Cancan to BarcaroUe." p.m.. Ch. 7 Sunday r. leiis of taj serr jnent and magic of gay Faree in the COMEDY SPECIAL: "Is There a Doclor in ihr p.m.. Ch. 13. A ii-n: Engiar.d who GrJun. i: midnight. Ch. 13. Carol Efbby and J'.xuiny Bench are tie guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "Leave Her io 12: 05 a.m., Ch. 7. The story of a vriie's teiio'usy. MONDAY MOVIE nRAALV "Charlie Bnbbles." 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. Albct stars as a see-tmg an arudote for >veajth ar.d HOLLYWOOD (Renter) Adolph Zuior, a Isgend in the rnorie inc'.'jstry and a pioneer of Hollywood, will be IfXI en Sun- day. lEs health still is generally good, aitho'jgh bis failing eye- sight can.cause and a laugh. Recently, in a Los Angeles club where Zukor often lunches. Jack Benny w-alied over to have i chat vrit'p the former movie rcogul. Zukor didn't kDrriV Trho Benny was until someone tnld Him after the comedian had left. "Good heavens. Zukor es- claimed, "is he sail Zukor's career spans tbe dec- ades from nickeloderj parlors to superscope. and he remains contrary chairman uf the board tn" Paramount Pictures. Bom in Ricse. Hungary on Jan. 7. 1873, hs carue lo tie I'rJted at 16. HE amred in York orJy in the Using oi his clothes. But he studied at night to im- prove his English, moved 10 Chicago and in four yaars had his own prosperous Jur busi- ness. Early in tbe century Zuior returned to Nen.r York. Iracted by the erjtsrlainmeni business. He invested in a company thai ran penny then hinted ui ''make-believe lo'jrs." in v.hich peoni? sat In an imita- tion raihvay car scenic picnres were on a screen. Nezt he ro shoeing films. Zukor believed lie public Eke loiser. morE anisiic From France, he a four-ree- ler called Qtieen EJ'ZEbKh. starring Sarah Bemhardt. Cynics said the pubb'c wouldn't sit still for four whole reels, but Zukor right: this mone was a smash hit. by this success, he iourjded his Famous Players film company in 1912. Its first Dtcrures Trere. Tbe Prisxjner of Zenna, Tne Count of Moijtc Cristo and Tess of the d-'UroemH-es. Ethel Barrymore arid llarr :Picitford were persuaded !D ap- pear in films. Both Hollyvwd and Adolph Zukor were launched. Paramount Pictures Corp. v.-as founded Jan. 1, 19J7. through ihe merger of three other protection companies Famous The company rarely went in for intellectual produc'.lon. but produced a meh and consistent grade cf entertiiniEent. Among IEOSI successful films were Tne Command- and sou'jd Going My Way. stsrnng Bing Crosby as a Driest. Uganda plans takeover ;of firms i KAMPALA. L'Eanda 'Reuterl President Idi Amis ari- nounced today that 3% Bri'J5b comnanies wii! be taken over by Ugandans. 'He the acting British h i E h commissioner. Briid. that M other British- civ.ned firms be aHo'-ved 10 continue under British ership. Radio Uganda quoted Amin as ssying details of the com- panies concerned vril! be an- no'-inced hy a cabinet com- on Briiish affairs. He added that Brind 'Ji'D be notiiied of tie detatis in ad- vance, "so that be is not taken by surprise." Tne radio did not the takeovers wtli be erected. "W PARADE HOMES SHOW HOME Open To The Public FRI 7-9 p.m. SAT. 2-4 p.m, 7-9 p.m. SUN. 2-4 p.m. 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Road (1 doors N. of Woolcc Main Entrance) PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 328-8535 Gen. Aleiander Haig, ce-purv Former B.C. agriculture m in- to presidential adviser Hesrr _5ter Crri] Jheliord has been Kissinger, has left the White hired minicipai cierk for the Hixisc to s position as I'ilisEe of Port SL Joiner, in vtce-cnief of CE the V.S. liorLrj-renrrsl Britisi Army. Wcite House scosesruan Sbel'oro has been Grad Warrea aDawnced ;or JES; four _ p'.Eved a part n tbe Soda: Credit took 2 beaase rrcm tbe in the Aug. 3J prtTvirtcia: arjc ha i-tisi his 0-jirjecs seat. He ssid re IOO'K the cjerk's ox of fcsr.ti; isosev in thm-jrh pordcs and ttc't tie eiinbie !cr a peDKOj for four ysars." be said. Today's Showtimes SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theotrs "TORA. TOR-A. TOB-V -3 color. JspaMst EtU.i PI Peari Harbor. Ssmrday. January 6 tt aDd 5 p.m. Fanrjv FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TPJM7Y IS STILL XAilE" b color starring Eiil. Sarjrdsv. Jssuar.- 6 at an: Aduit. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre ''BEN" L- sUirrbj CampensiU esd ATiir" O'CoTiBeli. Saturday, Jsnuarr 6 sbors e: snd leaves peic? nei'.xuiions IE A Fpo-resrain t r-l--f lha: Pnaccss Muna. K3? s i? CSD Tbe siid ie prjicei? UTJUJC rerorr. froa B U.S. "hie1-. :K had :o oc> I Ampiir. 5S. re- CFCN-TV Chnnrel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 41 s N o. s- KRTV Great Falls O.annel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) X E -r.o-.rv 52-r- X Cj-. 5UV01Y is KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Csblevision Ch. Ill SATURDiY SIGHT f .V L! Frari'.LT D. 5bo Adui: Ore oo-D-re sri.--- CIN tMA "Dr. Z.-itvifc" rpLLEGE T-S. ?.3f Last" _ ".Arv'ium" i show Adi: paramount MATINEES ONLY Sundoy and Monday One complete show only at p.m. Family L_ No Man's Land of ths Frozen North Irene MacBonell. wno Mssd a I'.S. l o- f SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT P.M. Tonight al end p.m. ADULT i WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! Arrest hoarders DOCTOR TONIGHT thru TJES. ZHIlAGO :P ONE SHOW AT S P.M. Trs dirc-ctor-itenerai of Nation- al Bure.vj said stxvulaiors had Ivor, detiinod tVr ir. hoarding o: oil ard fishery Adult Not suitable for children I i SHOWING SUNDAY ct P.M. TONIGHT thru TUES. SSTER'S ANNUAL Clearing A Large Selection Cf Our Regular Stock Records WEDNESDAY ANY SATURDAY S1 MONDAY V3 off TUESDAY Price REASONABLE OFFER if CONTINUES THROUGH WEDNESDAY ALL VARIETIES if INCLUDES MUSIC AND TAPES PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING ;