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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS I TUESDAY ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The DIF team is frying to intercept a'huge heroin shipment in the Pacific Northwest. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, p.m., Ch. 13. "Thanks For the Honeymoon" is tbe title of tonight's epi- sode. COMEDY: .Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Cl. 7. Phyllis' brother rejects Mary and makes a play for Rhode. SPECIAL: "Queen of 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A pro- file of tbe late Eva Peron, once the first lady of.AjgeBtiDa who rose from poverty to the pinnacle of power. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, p.m., 7. Andy Griffith and actor Roscos Lee Browne are Flip's special guests. SPORT: gee and Ski, 9 p-m., Ch. 13. A look at ski- teg in Norway. WEDNESDAY CHILDREN: Sesame Street, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The return of mis show will be Ken at this time fire days a week. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. A suspense thriller about a private eye trying to protect a girl who doesn't want help. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs feted by Hie radio and television simians. Any variation in program schedule is lo changes by statiam and is not the nspon- nbJIrry of Herald or Angb Distributer! Stem and Pfwfoyiupnic Centra. CHEC thru FRIDAY TrsTng TiKG-aln Lee CM of Leid i: .-cf-r: Jack Cetis Pries Feul Tess'er aoc Nsn! Ml'h E'H 5i.l B-enl !-i Cwg Cerd TUESDAY NIGKT I.-C e'-3' S--.--TS i-'x V.--'- Nsivs Grain i--': v-- E :c i: :.'.M-. As-f--. Trys -jlr CHEC FM HDK. TK5U 54T. Vri-'- CBR Tt- Radio 1010 Calgary TiiEsniY VGIT TC110B SONY Cassette Tape Recorder s'op RMlS end -swine c n'cksl-ccc'-nlL'-n berbery ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS fteieo and Cenfel 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} SIGHT -c x r x x y C" r? i x h; CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) TUESSiY SIGHT WEDNESDAI c i iik st, KRTV Grea) Fafts Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY Vre r 5C V..-- 2 IT .V r-.-A C-3-s i VEA-S V.EDSEED4Y T5J 5 MSEC N'S-Viy i .1-. KFBB-TVGrsar Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) TUESDAY NIGHT d Fe-rn 1] X J NE--S i Gi-e ic) t v X' i; -5; Auditorium bar attracts few patrons CALGARY (CP) Bar ser- vice was started at the Jubilee Auditorium for the Bret time Sunday but auditorium mana- ger Claude Blaciwood said bus- iness was slow. The audience was mostly old- er people and family grouts attending the regular concert of the Calgary j Orchestra and Mr. Blackwood I said they were not expected to do much drinking. I Tbe serrice was approved, last summer by the provincial government and is also sched- i uled to begin at the jubilee Auditorium in dmonton. j llr. Blackwood said the de-1 cision to sell alconolic drinks at I any particular performance is si tbe discretion of manage-' men and the show's sponsors, i RED SOIL Prince Edward Island's rich soil has a distinctive red color. Tuesday, January 9, 1973 THE LETH3RIDGE HERAID 7 Theatre director relieved of job ANNUAL MEETING LETHBRiDGE EAST CONSERVATIVE ASSOC. ERICKSENS RESTAURANT 8 P.M. THURS., JAN. II ELECTION of OFFICERS and DELEGATES Speaker: HON. BERT HOHOl. Minisler e! Manpower and Lebor. Mr. Hohol will c'isruss the wcrk of his c'esartTient in the GcvErrmEnt c: Alberta. SAMPLE SVEN'S FINE PASTRY AFTER THE MEETING A KSS FOR HIS BIKTHDAY-Pioneer filmmaker Adolph Zukor, a Hungarian immigrant who founded PoramcL'nl Picture o kiss frcm Dorc'hy Icrncur c'urina a party la ce'ebrcie his ICDih binhrfsy. lecrii to Zukor o hcpzy birthday. Zukor is saluted movie stars EDMONTON' (CPl The j board of directors of the del Theatre announced here that Sean MulcEhy, 42. has been relieved of nosition as tic director. The board, in an official Douglas claims jstory 'colored' OTTAWA fCP) T. C. Dougias. former the New Democrat? PET.', de- 1 scribed here as eo.'crftil end exarrerrrf" a re- j pen on irjcide-ts him- self Erie hi; they i were in Jamaica list month. Mr. Dowlas. E'M_: the iKm ty rr.s Canadian -res? de- clined to specif exonerations. but said the rtiry a c'o-ed" version o: what ac- ual'y H? said hi_- was the Jiir.sictr tourm ir- cttstry and 'he refaction cast on it by i.be Tbe story a spokes- man to- Mr. b Na- niirao. B.C.. as ssvirs the for- mer XPP hid E series o: statemer.t. t.-.at rec- ognizes tillable conrri- butjon Mr. has lo Lie Citadel's position in Car_aoian f-sstre during his almosi five years tenure in Ed- monLon. ihe dlreriora'-e has taken this step resret and after due dehberatic-n, CO3- only for TV theatre's future v.-e'Jsre End develop- iren'. V.'e w-irh hisi -s-eH." 'Ir. announced y-fr. i." director of the a: the ere c-' tbe cur- Sciso- '.lay 3: be :he way me cevebpbg. ihearcT5 ex- rd- Mr. Mai. cr.'.ir-rr. o: ihe theatre v. 5 at but de- ciiaed farmer oo the :i-. said the board's v-li Mr. 03 t-rs --ES -Eirjceble Lie" ere DO RASI! SEIZED AfgharJsian (AP) Aj-rn E'jLhcri-Jes said they pr.-jzis hashish -ri'rr. [_' jr-i-irrtr; 11 an eight- TONIGHT Generation Gap at the 733- 13th. ST.. N. Members and fheir guests only! Watch for Natural Gaj from Calgary Jan. IS to Jan. 10 4 SOUTH flLBfRTfl THMIHfS MOVIES YOU IIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THEY CALL ME In color. Siarrine Terence Hill. Tuesday and Wednesday. S EJQ 10. Tuesday Eixrw at p.n. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE NEW CENTLTtlON'S" In color. Sarring Gwrge C. Scott ana Stacy Keach. Tuesday snd Wednesday Jaouarr 9 sad 10. Tuesday sbc-.v a! p.m. Restricted Adolt. TABER Tower Theatre "SWEDISH FLY GIRLS" In color. All as? csst. Tues- day and Wednesday. January' and 10. at arxj p.m. Restricted Adult. ADULT SKATING CLASSES CO-SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDCE AND IETHBRIDGE FIGURE SKATING CLUB (FIGURE SKATES NOT REQUIRED) hcur w'iH to lec-n Tr-e c-' ter- c'l levels c- bciic skcfirg. T'-s-s wi'l te-b-icss C'-b. WHERE? Adams Park Ice Centra WHEN? Wednesday evenings frcm p.m. commencing January 10, 1973 nnd continuing through to March 14, 1973 REGISTRATION? Registrations for the above procrnm will be taken on the night of the first class, Wednpjdoy, Jon. 10, 1973 from p.m. at the Adams Park Ice Centre The registration fee will be 55.00 per person for ten (10) sessions For further informalion, please eonlocl the Community Services Department Office at 328-2341 Ext. 756 or 318-7146 BT BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD !r his binisay. and Adolph Zukor 52i in the unaecusioaed spotlight ES the movie be rose ar- veers. rtiari hiF.o- rians claitz the Ketiry Ford rf the the rto fonded inas; prc-Tjcticr. of zio- ulon re- cej-_V on his iC'Sh bL-thd3y by the he founded. siar-sfjcdec gathering i> cl'jded salutes troti; Bc-b Dorothy and Dta.ia Rnss. Ztior, a bu; Ele.-t cer- cante on at the closing and told the atiieEce: "I'm thrilled to be here. I'a hoping the picture business wili continue to do TveLV' Except for Samuel Zukor is the li-.k to the beginning o: the in- dustry. He wa er; Duvall won ihe brst-rjppor.- irc actor award for his role as the courselUv Ln Tne A spe.-ial aw.vd went to for The and the l vrjl be to mete changes every two weeks." Zukor recalled, "so we hacjo kesp repeating. "i'Qe next step was store shows or He Cfntir.-.si eipE-.iLng the the Queen 'Elizabetr. _L- Zuitr fcrzied Fa- res. The :g u; hjee thearre EAD MA.NT STARS Zuior steerec Paramount throup the Depression, s-'ntn the company into bank- ruptcy, ar.d bto the Drosrysro-js and IWOs. Arnohc his BtTs Croshy. Bob "Hope Alan Ladd. JIarlene Diernch, Can- Cooper. Lie Man Broth- Mae West, Grant, Holden. ilijand. eru. West, Can C-rant. Betty Button. He well paid for his serv- ices, ir, ip2g Zukor re-ceji-ec -z salary of S130.003 and a bonus Of Zuior remained active h PKSLfPS 'Thl! Best" Bring you !hs finsst in ents now rvoilafale i Compbn- JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th SI. N. Phone 327-W9 he board Hls yeiTs tare bro'jgh: ng eyesight end hesrrag, bu; his alert, Today's Showtimes 'Tilscb Papers'' Lzs: sbow 9.1 AduZ: CIVEUA "Dr. OK f Aru'.t TOLLEGE Adui: Sterfs Tomorrow Ai end p.m. YDULL LIKE ADULT Not Suitable Fcr Children The Syndicate. The way they lived-The fey tiisd. ADULT OLD CONGREGATION QITBEC (CP' St. .An- diew's Presbvierifin Church. whose concrecation is the oldest Enplish-Fpeafcng conc of Scottish origin in Canada, has celebrated its SlSUi TV congregation dates back it> 1759 and at firsi was comprised mainly of ihe famous Fr.w: Hi.chlanrfers in General Wolfe's army. HELD OVER THRU THUR5. ONE SHOW AT 8 P.M. LEISTER'S ANNUAL JANUARY RECORD SALE l TUESDAY price WEDNESDAY ANY REASONABLE OFFFR CONTINUES THROUGH WEDNESDAY LARGE SELECTION OF RECORDS ALL VARIETIES LEISTERS MUSIC LTD. Poramounf Theatre Bldg. ;