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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New Paar show has rocky start NEW YORK (AP) Come- dian Jack Paar is back running a late-night television show in competition with the one he left n'jarly 10 years Tonight program His return came on the ABC television network, where he be- gan the first of his one-week-a- month shows with: noticeable case of open- ing-night jitters. dull home movie about two Siberian tiger curs he briefly raised. separate equally-funny interludes with guests Goldie Hav.-n and comsclian Jonathan Winters. nusuai home movies, never seen before on oi three Kenr.edy Robert ard John F. as young life jLn the related company of friends >4 swr.'.ed hesitant and unsure of himself until he swapped quips with Miss Hawn and Winters. He lapsed taste on several occasions, such as when a videotape broke and a floor mo- tioned to him to keep ad-lib- bing. "Well, now that we've hired the handicapped, when are we going to bring the real crr.v in'.'" he asked. Informed the tape had bro- ken, he said. "Oh. this is going to be one helluva debut, isn't It was a rocky start for the man who turned KBC's once- shaky Tonight show into a huge profit-maker in less than five years. Paar. who left Tonight !n 1962. lived up to his perennial billing of "unpredictable'' in his ABC "debut. But he has a long wav to eo before his new snow acquires the "lustre of 'nis good old days. EAGER TO WORK CALGARY (CPi A o! 107 oi the 4.700 expelled Ugsn- dans who arrived In Canada come to Calgary-. Mike Evanochko. regional co-ordina- tor for the Ugandan movement, said: "Wherever they gone, the Ugandans have sealed in well. Many have proved to be adaptable and eager to work." To all thoie. yourg anH old who 'ove lo Cld Time and (host who hod diff'culties at the Pemnvcan Fol'. Co-e see ui we will only be to happy lo help you and keep the eld Traditional dance alive, FOR FUN AMD PFACTICE HI NEIGHBOUR CLUB Westminster School Gym 5th Ave. and 18th St. N. EVERY WEDNESDAY TO P.M. For More Informclion Cell 32B-0634 oMer 6pm, ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Sculh EVERY THURSDAY 8 o.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. S250 IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. If no binao called offer 57 numbers we will continue for BONUS SSOO JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDHt 16 TEARS AtLOWEDl PUELIC-UFSTAISS EIA5 INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment Is: ELK'S c-d INVITED GUESTS ONLY ir. CLUS ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. n FRIDAY, JAN. SATURDAY, JAN. HITS AND A MISS" Wedneidoy, 10, 1973 THE LFtHSRIDOt HERALD 7 BACK TOGETHER AGAIN-Eniertcmsr Jack Pcor, w-o has reTurned to night television with an AEC-TV pre- miere, hues Mrs. Miller during taping cf the opening pra- g-3m. Mrs. v-'cs a fequeni member of Ihe audience Poor hosted trie Tonight Shew ot NBC IT lh- ecrly sixties. NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT At The LEGION 'The Frankly Brothers" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THEY CALL ME TRINITY" In color. Surrjig Terence Kill. Wed.Tesdsy. January 10 at 8.15 p.m. Adit FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre 'THE XEW CENTUR'ONS" In color S-.2rrirg G-co-gs C. Siace> Kcach. Wednesday. January 10 sho'.T- at pm. Adali. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre KNOWLEDGE" In color. Starring Candice Eertmar.. Wednesday. January 10. Show at p.m. Kestricte-d ad'Jlt. TABER Tower Theatre "SWEDISH FLY GIRLS" In color. All Star cast. Wednes- day. :o shows and D.m. Restricted Aduli. ANNUAL MEETING LETHBRIDGE EAST CONSERVATIVE ASSOC. ERICKSENS RESTAURANT 8 P.M. TKURS., JAN. 11 ELECTION of OFFICERS and DELEGATES Speaker: HON. EERT H3HOL, Minister of Manpower end Lcbcr. Hcrcl w 1-e cf his In the SAMPLE SVEN'S FINE PASTRY AFTER THE MEETINO APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED AT THE B.P.O. ELKS CLUB OF LETHBR1DGE 1251 3rd Ave., S Ph. 327-7219 FOR THE POSITION OF COOK Contact (he manager for on appointment Giildren's programs under fire WASHINGTON (APi The j Unite.. Stales television in- dustry has responded to a peti- tion to prohibit all commercials on children's programs with a plea that it be allowed to coo- i Unue with self-regulation. i "This is not so much a plea for gradualism but rather a plea to use the apparatus we Stockton HeU'frich. di- rector of the National Associ- ation oi Broadcasters' (XAB) code authority, told the Federal j Communications. Commission. HelHrich tcld the commission he questions a suggestion thai a minority of public members be added to the code review board. That suggestion was ad- rarjced by Rev. Edward A. Powers, general secretary of the division of Christian educa- tion of the United Church of Christ. WOULD BE ADVISERS "The N'AB code review board." he said, ''should be augmented by the presence of public rcenibers to evaluate children's programming and to act as advisers to the NAB board of directors with respect to the needs of children ESC how the- should be fulfilled." Mr. Powers said these mem- bers should not be named DY the industry, bis rather by such groiEs as the League of Women Voters, the National Education .Association, the AFL-CIO. and Action for Cffilorea's Teleusio" (ACT'. The FCC is holding bearinss on 8 petition by ACT. a ciriiens" group based in Mass., to ban ail commercials firm children's TV progrrris ar.d to require at 14 hours 0' p7ogram.> aimed a: specific age groups from rwo to 12 .All three U.S. rjetworks- Araerics! Brosccasdnj Ce.. the Mumble B-oadcas-lng and ths National Broadcasiog against the prr> posal Ukrainians eiven death sentence MOSCOW fAP' Tiro tt-Ei- niarj hsve been sentenced to death a.'ier beins conricted of collaboratine srith XEH occ'jpa- forces in The Second Wrrld War and then Doming under- ground nationalist bsuds lhat opposed p.' So- ixwer when the Germans were defeated _Tbe k'est issue of Pravda reached Mtsrow today. also reported a third man wss sentenced TO 15 Li E labor camp and five addi- tional years in Siberian for similar crimes The report broucht to 34 the nunber 01 Soi-iet ciii- zens ccirKemned to die before firing SQ-JSCS b. Lhe Last tvro years for crimes. At least 30 have steady been executM. There is no of tons in the Soviet I'mon. The paper said P. S. Kovalchui. I. Z. Chaika and A. M. Kukhiruk "actively par- iicipsied in Lhe mass arrefti and execution cf nearly So- viet activists and S-COD Jews." and Chaika n-ere sentenced to die and Kukhanik sot 15 years. No visa for Mick J agger TOKYO 'AP) The justice: ministry said today it has ad- vised aeainst granting a Japa-: rest visa to Mick Jagjer. leader of the Rolling Stones rock band, because of a past conviction on a drug charge. j Justice ministry officials said, however, there were no objec- tions to allowing ]9 other per- sons associated with the British gj-oup to visit Japan for five concerts in Tokyo beginning i Jan. 23. The Music Office, which is, promoting the Rolling concerts in Japan, said it will decide Wednesday whether go through with them without Jagger. .All 60.000 tickets for Ihe five concerts have been sold out. officials said Justice ministry officials said the conviction referred to was or tnree years ago in Brit- ain after he was charged Hiih possession of mariiuaria Jagser was fined SiSO ra Brit- ain in K10 for possession cf. drugs. It is the second marriage for the 39-year-old actor and the first for Miss Baksh, K, ex- pecting a child by Cainc in July. SAHASOTA. Fla. (AP: Otto Joseph Griebling, a clown, and balancing artist Jans Jahn have heen elected ta the Circus Hail of Fame posthumously. Both were bom in Germany. Jahn died in 1930 at the age of 36 when he plunged to the floor of the Bronx Coliseum in New York during a performance.! The act consisted of turning on his head on a pole on the shoul- ders of his brother Carl. He had worked for 12 years for Ring-' ling Brother Circus. Orienting was as a clowi wii Emmett Keliv in the Co'.e Brothers Circus frsm ;K5 to He later iobed Rbzlae Brothers and Barnum and Bailey, for v.-'nom he worked vn- til his dssth last April. BRASILIA (AP) Justice Minister Alfredo Buzaid has banced a collection of erotic print; by Pablo Picasso, caliiLg then] "contrary to the morals and good principles of the Bra- zilian family." Ministry sources said Monday thai after tie minister's orders, federal police began peiang the prints from and stores, The collection has been Bold in Brazil since 1939 in a sealed envelope priced ai about K. An official of the Arteoova Publishing Co.. which published the collection in 1969. said more than 5.WD sets have beea sold in the country. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Suile Sth Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 LAS VEGAS 'AP> British actor Michael Caine and former beauty quean Shaiira Baksh v.ere married here. Cair.e used his real r.ame of Maurice moments be'ore' !be marriage 10 otiain a licence. Citv manager system ends BRANDON 'CP' dry courjcil voxd to abolish the po- sition of city manager arjd in- road administer the c i t y ihrougb E maBigement board consisting of the city clerk, dry and city engineer. The council decision. iL a sev- en to two vote, followed a rec- ntarnendation of a three-mem- ber committee of council and a runiciDa! consultant. City clerk Lloyd Thompson is to be chair- man of the board and hold the title of executive secretary. Trie COXICL comrrJCes was fonaed jast to study the matter following the resie- r.ation of Denis Scott city manaeer. Todays Showtimes PAAAMOl'YT Siwrt 9.15 ajochi Papers'' siow F: Restricted Acu'ii Zhivago" On? cornple'.e show f: in COLLEGE CINENU "Yo'.rij Uke My ?iTothor'' Las Complete Snow Adult, Not Suitable for Children poninipuiTt Itb S; Avt, Saav. NOW SHOWING ct and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT id DI ai 'THE GODFATHER' The Syndicate. The way they Lnred- way Lhey died. Valachi Papers TONIGHT Ihru SAT. 7 00 AND 9 10 P.M. Hun Run for your life! ADULT NOT SlTiA-LE FOR CSI DREM YDITKEIiIKE a thriller The Syndicate. Tin way flay lived-The vray they died. 'The Wladu Papers RESTRICTED ADULT paramount NOW SHOWING Tonight nt and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ACADEMY AWARDS! DOCTOR i; i An Sank. TONIGHT and THURS. ONE SHOW AT 8 P.M. MEN'S CLOTHES the man's shop Rack of Extra Special Suits............ Rack of Sport Jackets CLOTHING AND RJRNSSHIN0! INCLUDING ALL MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHES COMMENCES TODAY AT: MEMS CLOTHES 321 7th St. S. Phone 327-2073 OPEN TKURS. ONIY TILL 9 P.M. Cl URGES ;