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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WniftMdny, January 11, THI ItTHIIIIBCI HEKALP 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "DoD't I p.m., Ch. 7. A sand-and-surf-farce for adults with Tony Qirtis playing an innocent tourist. SPOUT: Pro Hockey, p.m., Ch. 13. The Los Angeles Kings meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. COMEDY SPECIAL: Super Comedy Bowl, 7 p.m., Ch. I. More ban 70 Hollywood and NFL atari look at football's funny side. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of Canadian Eskimo author and commercial pilot, Markoosie. DRAMA: Man At The Top, p.m., Ch. 13. Exposing a business associate for fraud is a problem, for the man just saved the life of Joe Lampston's daughter. MOVIE DRAMA: "Funeral In I p.m., Ch. 13. An intricate spy yarn with Michael Oaine as the agait. PUCCINI OPERA: La Rondlne, p.m., Cb. T. Opera with the Norman Campbell touch. Met soprano Teresa Stratas is the star in this blend of haunting arias and waltz music. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Cold Wind In p.m., Ch. 7. An off-beat story of a love affair between a stripper and a 17-year-old boy. THURSDAY COMEDY-DRAMA: "Copacabana 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Fun and games in and around Rio's famed luxury hotel at Carnival. MOVIE COMEDY: "Wives and 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story about a writer whose marriage is jeopardized by late night' conferences with his attractive agent. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are litttd by the radio and releviiion Jtatieni. Any variation in program schedule It due to latt- mlnun) changei by tht italioni and it not tht mpon- wbillty of tht Htrald or Anglo Diitrlbutori Slorao and Photographic CHK Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporti Merley McGill with Contemporary' NBWI WtDNESOAT Nib.. I Totil Inlwmallon Btryl Clark Jim Shearar I.M Barfr Htgland t-.U Clucllm Jick NevSald Leo Dow Blry! Clark CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY World at Six Jim Elliot Rob Ingram Show CBC News Rtquesl Action News, Wthr, Sport 1-05 Jack Thvi Jonn Walker Show US Phone Bill Snow a.m. Doug Artfler- wavne Barry ROD Ingram aon Show ProM 1220 World it III NIWI, winr. Sport NIWI and Griln Prices CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMBIItr Concarts (Bob Consle) Don MacMaller Don Madman Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 WEDNESDAY NIOHT Alberts CWCtrtl THURSDAY World at Six Newt qn A i> ii world at B it Happtm Vancouver CnamBtr world it B.-03 Concern Arti This Country Between OurMlve. Radio Noon News, Sports, .Wlhr Orchestra jjj School! From the Capitals News, Sports, Wthr Max Fargusefl Five Nights a weeK Jazz Track World I SONY ENGINEERED TO LAST A LIFETIME! Deluxe Stereo Cassette Tape Recorder With AM' FM Stereo Radio Complete profeiJJona.' music Combine! a top qualify stereo radio and the latest iTareo cajsetta recorder all encased in a walnut cabinet. 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Phent 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslon Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: A Cold SeMma Slrwl Trulh or Wind In August (c) Mldly Consequences TeleproM 7 THURSDAY Movie: Farm and City Don't Make Waves Today THIS Land Romper Room Man at the Top Mr. Dressop La Rondlne (c) Canadian Schools News 1C) Friendly Giant Teleprobn 7 Chez Helena Movie: CopgcaMna Palace Galloping Gourmfl Talu JO Edgl of Nlgnt Psychiatrist Drop In Trulh or Consequtncts CFCN-TV Lelhbridgi Channel 13 (Cabliviiion Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGnT THURSDAY Plirra Barton Thought tor Day I'M NHL Los Angeles University ol Air at Toronto House ol Sportsbeat Frlghlenstaln Movie: Program Hlllghls Funeral In Berlin Fashion In Sawing News re) Parlonj Francali News Yoga Pendulum In Conversation David Fro! Ed Allen Btwltctltd Beat the Clock Movli: wlvei im Man Trap Another World Anything You Do Dick Van Dyto Buckshot FllntSIHM 1C) (C) KRTV Great Falli Channel 3 (CabUmilon Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIOHT SBlule Agriculture NIWI News (c) Today Show (c) 13.30 Doctor! Icl The D.A. Today In Montana 2nd Super Comedy Concentration Another World Bowl (c) sale ol the Century Eilga of Night Mannlx Hollywood Squares Comer Pyla Lost Tribal ol Jeopardy Merv Grlllln Mindanao (c) Who, What, When My Tnree Sons News Gamete) Family Attllr Tonight Show Nawl NBC Nightly NIWI THURSDAY Somerset News Our World As the World Turns News KFBB-TV Grant Folli Chanml 5 Ch. 11) NIOHT WEDNESDAY NIWI NIWI Room 111 News Ntwlywed Garni captain Klnolroo NIWI Dlnah'i Plica Slorm Jack LaLannt One Llle Audriy (c) Our Lives (c) Jot Nimilh Mm Is My Name Nlws Persuaders Dick Cavelt THURSDAY Firm Nawl 1C) Whara I In Htlrt II j'jj oilfno "dim NIWI Thai Oln Starch tor Biwllchrt Tomorrow Paiiword My Cnlldran NIWI LlH Mlkl NIWI CHARLIE CHAPLIN Money First made a living from it. I'm just h B n k f u 1 people appreciated what I did." Chaplin even rejected the idea hat his films were designed as social commentaries for the LONGEST SKATINO RINK IN THE WORLD The National Capital Commission claims the Rideau Canal skating rink In Ottawa it Irm longest rink in the world, but whether or not it is, the rink provides many Ottawa ns, young and old, with something to do or something to watch during the winter. The more athletic skaters can travel about SVi miles from start to finish, while others play hockey in areas such as under the Bank Street bridge. In the summer the canal is a scenic boat route. Chaplin is money hungry LONDON (Jteuter) Charlie Chaplin, one of the screen's greatest comedians, told report- ers here he cares more about money than laughter these days. In fact, the 82-year-old come- dian said he never cared about making people laugh. "I am not interested In laughter. I Just times. He said "I have never intellectualized the little man. I thought of my work in terms of what would give me enthusi- asm, make my boss laugh and give me money." He added "money means more to me than you think. It'? a long story and It goes back to my youth. I didn't starve but 1 didn't have a regular bed. NEW YORK (Reuter) Artie Shaw, one of the most famous band leaders of the swing era, sued Time-Life records for million Monday for allegedly using his name without permis- sion. The 61-year-old clarinetist- composer brought an unfair competition suit against the company in Manhattan Su- preme Court. Shaw claimed Time-Life had used his name without permis- sion on a record and in adver- tisements for a record offer of The Swing Era 1940-41, He also alleged the public was ted to believe that three ver- sions of his work were from his master originals. But none of them were performed by him, he said. LONDON (AP) The main- land Chinese are to get a look at two films from the West-one showing Peter Rabbit and Squirrel NuOdn, the other with Julie Christie and a teen-age voyeur. The Chinese government has agreed to buy the children's movie The Tales of Beatrix Potter and The Go-Between, the award-winning love drama star- ring Miss Christie, a spokesman for the British film and record company EMI said. "We submitted a list of 10 of our films and they selected these two for limited screenings for film clubs and-student film- makers in the EMI spokesman said. Film is hailed as masterpiece LONDON (AP) British movie critics today hailed Stan- ey Kubrick's A Clockwork Or- ange as a masterpiece of film- ing and acting, but some cx- uressed fears it may open up in era of excessive violence on the screen. The film, called best of 1971 >y New York critics who named Kubrick best director, opened in London Monday night. "If you are young, regularly put the boot in and ran with Jobless aicture improved CALGARY (CP) Alberta's obless picture shows a slight mprovement over last winter's otafc, Statistics Canada said Tuesday. Trie unemployment rate climbed to 4.5 per cent last month or up from No- vember's 4.2-per-cent level when were seeking work. However, in December, 1970, Ms were unemployed Jbertans with 5.7 per cent of le labor force out of work. The jobless figures don't in- lude people who dropped ut of the labor force last De- cember when they couldn't find work. province's labor force stood at in December, own from tile previous month. rape this film Is your writes Fergus Cashin in Hie Sun. "In New York, the criUcs- who are afraid to walk from the cinema to their offices in case they're it the best picture of last he says. "All you kids who love violence at first-band will think likewise." Cecil Wilson of The Daily Mall believes that now, "fired by Kubrick's eiample, all the shoddy directors will jump oc the Eex-and-brutality bandwa- gon in the scramble to turn pul lesser 8Bd more leerinc Inuta- 1 tdons." The Daily Telegraph's Patrick Gibte dismissed the New York Critics Award by saying: "I con only assume, charita- bly, they've had a lean year." He adds: "The impression Is left of much self-confidence, In- deed exuberance, in handling the serious subject but little sense or taste." John Russell Taylor of The Times, however, found the film brilliant and 'just hits, and hits hard. It works, as only a master could make it." Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Skin Game" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CFNEMA Short Subjects 'Carry On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Something Big" Last Complclfl Show BEGAN IN 1928 The racing of greyhounds after a mechanical hare started in Britain in 1926. CTV network appointments TORONTO (CP) Murray Chercover, president and man- aging director of CTV Televi- sion Network Ltd., has an- nounced the appointment ol Keith Campbell as executive vice-president of the network and Leslie Halpert as vice-presi- dent of finance and secretary- treasure. Mr. Campbell, 38, Who joined the network in 1966, formerly worked in tie radio and televi- sion department of MacLaren Advertising Co. Ltd. Mr. Halpert, 31, served in a number of executive financial positions with M. Loeb Ltd., Ot- tawa, from 1966 10 1971. TV series brainchild of former Calgary man LONDON (CP) -'Any televi- sion producer who sets out to tell the story of the British Em- pire to the British public with all Iti passionate opinions on the imperial past is a brave man- especially if he happens to be a Canadian. Max Morgan-Witts, born In Detroit but raised from an early age in Calgary, is ready for the controversy he sees as "Inevita- taking into account the fact that one generation looks back on the Empire with nostal- gia, while many younger Brit- ons are ashamed of It. "We record history without departing from the facts, but without doubt, a percentage of the audience will be he says. The (fl.25 million) series, made by the BBC in con- junction with Tune-Life Books, was his brainchild, conceived In 1969. Since then, a team of five is edi- shot 75 miles of color film in 30 countries. The first of the 13 weekly epi- sodes of The British Empire hiUi screens here tonight. It por- trays an impressionistic feeling of Britain at the zenith of em- pire, in the diamond jubilee year in 1887, when Queen Victo- ria ruled one-quarter of the globe and its people. ONE EPISODE ON CANADA The fourth episode is devoted to Canada's place in the Empire story. Asked whother his re- searches here had thrown up anything surprising, Morgan- WitLs said he did not realize at the beginning "quite bow much the Canadian frontier and coun- try was threatened by its neigh- bors to the south, and for how 1 o n g n d how strong that threat was to the Empire." The idea of doing a television history of the Empire "just cEme to Morgan-Witts, 40, said in an interview. "I suppose It was because I've worked in so many former imperial countries, and I've al- ways been interested in his- tory." He cut his broadcasting teeth in Toronto, teaming TV produc- tion techniques in the Academy DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Notional Slora ildaj. Ph. 327-7244 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenui South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 58 NUMBERS 2nd- 500 BONUS JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THUR.- JAN. 13 SHEMO FRI. JAN. 14 SHEMO SAT. JAN. 15 CLIFFS COMBO LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight FEATURING "THE NIGHTRIDERS" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED In the Centre of Things WED., JAN. 12th VIMY LOUNGE 'SUNSET 4' SAT. JAN. 15th VIMY LOUNGE 'THE PHAROAHS' Royal Canadian GENERAL FOR M1MIIRS AND GUESTS FRI., JAN. 14th BEAVER ROOM 'VERA SINCLAIR' SAT., JAN. 15th BEAVER ROOM 'THE EMBERS' BURNS SUPPER TICKETS JANUARY 22nd ON SALE NOW STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 lit AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. of Radio and Television Arts In which Lome Greene was a diiv- ing force. After that came a spell acting with the CBC when he says "1 quite quickly' learned that I wasn't cut out to be an actor." He returned to Calgary-, worked as a trainee announcer with radio station CFCN and then took off for a round-the- world trip during which he worked as a drama producer in Australia, and a producer-an- nouncer in Ceylon and India. SWITCHED TO BBC In Britain, he first joined a commercial TV company and then switched to the BBC, con- centrating entirely on documen- taries. Morgan-Witts, who is married to a Yorkshire girl, says he hopes he has kept his private views on the Empire out of the making of the series. He has tried "not to pass edi- torial but instead to leave viewers to make up their own minds on the basis of tht facts he presents. "He doesn't believe you can judge the Empire as being good or he says. It had parts of both in its a human being." As well as a battery of British historians, the production team had considerable help from re- searchers in the varioui coun- tries. In Canada, Morgan-Witts named Prof. E, A. McCourt of the University of Saskatchewan and Prof. C. P. Stacey of Uni- versity of Toronto as b.vo of sev- eral neijjiul The CBC "gave us every as- sistance" and he hopes the ser- ies will be shown in Canada. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE ANDERSON TAPES" In color. Starring Sean Connery. Wednesday, January 12. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "LAST SUMMER" In color. Starring Barbara Hershey, Richard Thomas and Bruce Davison. Wednesday and Thursday, January 32 and 13. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SHOOT OUT" In color. Starring Gregory Peck. Wed- nesday, Thursday and Friday, January 12, 13 and 14. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suit- able For Children. TONIGHT thru SAT. of and p.m. A SWINGING WESTERN DEAN MARTIN BRIAN KEITH 'something big' Song Mutt By BURT lAOMMCH nl by HAL tttlf ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING At ond p.m. WOULD YOU BUY A USED SLAVE FROM THIS MAN? ADULT James Garner Skin LouGossett Susan Clark NEXT ATTRACTION I The film is 'Carnal RESTR1CTED Joseph E. Levine presents a Mike Nichols Rim ADULT starring Jack Nicholson Candice Bergen Trie language in ihit film moy be oKtnsivt 10 tome ptopli. -Tht Man Bar PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. SOMETIMES X-RAYS ARE DE-SEEVING! A MOD DOCTOR aRRr ON GANG" get togelhtr lo keep you In itiluta. ADULT SIDNEY IMES-KENNETH WILLIMMMRLES HAOTftMIM Wit JOAN SIMS-BAfiBnRAWira-NtTTIE JACQUES ;