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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridoy, January 12, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: 6 ri.'m Ch. 7. A larcen- ous butler who masterminds a ring of charming th-eves. CRIME DRAMA: Streets oi San Francisco, p.m., Ch. 13. A headstrong rookie po'jceworaan in a drama about rape, murder SPECIAL: Bennett TT 7.30 p.m., Ch. 13. Tony and the Count in concert in this repeat program. CRIME DRAMA: McMillan and Wife. p.m., Ch. 13. An imkno'.vn someone close ;u Sally, reveals his psychopathic raiu-e by killing a petty thief ivho snaicfce; Sally's purse. CRIME DRAMA: FBI. in p m., Ch. 13. Inspector Erskine takes to the fairways to trap some and recoyer a sto- len cyamord MOHE IVESTERX: 12 midnight, Ch. ]3. James Stewart ard Dear, as ouiUw brothers pur- sued by a sheriff's posse. UOVIE DRAMA: "The a.m., Ch. 7. A sru-dy o: people caught tip m "Papa Doc" Duvaliers reign of Terror IP. SATURDAY SPORT- College Basketball, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Golden Boy fjials hc.d in VTinmpeg Dec. 28-30. SPORT: Wide World cf Sports. p.m., Ch. 13. Razzle- dazzie basketball by the Hai'.sm Globetrotters Li a game iviib the Shamrocks ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings jth. radio ond trfevT inata changei' _____ Cnhm. Kbcdnh h to Int. pud b net Hit rwpon- and FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY CJOC C -c CHEC FM Cc'gcrv FRIDAY _MGhT DON'T MISS OUR Demonstrator Sale Save Up To OFF ON STEREO EQUIPMENT if PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS fteieo and 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) -f ;-j T c -f c wi 5-7L V v -re CFCN-TV LethbiJdge Chcnnel 13 (Cnfalevision Ch. 4) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvision Ch. 9) SiTURDiY "V Vr, t KFEB-TV Great Falls Channel S [Cablevision Ch. 11) Joan Water field NTERTAINMEM .YE T7IFTY YEARS AGO. January j and Joan Littlewood's Oh What that April mil bring Butterflies 20. 1923, the curtain rose i a War- Arc Lo Lhe on the first production oi the Playgoers of Lethbridge. Its Playgoers's president. Bill Jearmie Graham. Dniid Malheson inriies those involv-1 Kaye Rohison and Ed ed in dance, drama, music to are the cas: merr.rx-'rs. For would like to present a Satur- j MUSICALS: A big season day moraing o! theatre for i ahead. First up. Gilbert Pat-' title Going L'p. take the stage to make it a Kaje. the Leonard Gershe In 1962 a week. i its original emphasis or. reunion was celebrated and I flrsi comes from Leth-1 Mrs Baker, should give ier a among the early club members I bridge Jioptli Theatre w h i c h i great role present were Jean and Jack' 'J Coney, P. J. Coffins. Lena Connor, Charles Da-ram. Tom children. Any inquiries, sub-1 erson School and Babes in Ferguson. Chns Gibson. Mamie i missions, suggestions may be Arms. "Babes" plays the Yates Gibson. Edna Jacobson, Bob! made care of the Botraaji Arts; February 5 and 6. Director 15 .Lawrence. Marguerne' Light-! Centre office. Brian Walker and in the jbcund, Ben Martin. C. R. Mat-i Meanwhile the search for roles are Alasdair Macintosh.. Tom. Pizzav, Kitty memorabilia goes on. Mary De'tie Jubber. Xoms BlaiiaU Reber, Gladvs Talbot.' I licinitz has made her scrap-, and Joy Siepbure. j Tiirali. Rhyiiis Walker. Violet. books available, but there must Immediaisly following 'Fe'-> tt'ilks and Bryans. i be many more theatrical treas- i ruary 7-S-9) comes YTilson Jiii- j On January 19. almost 50 ures- Tnese too can be sent to ior High's journey UD the yel- years to the' day a EK- or left at the Bowman. It's low brick road to The Wizard together for past, present ind ;o a greai .vear. of Oz. prospective members oi PLay- March opens wiih the goers will be held in the Bow- WELCOMT; BACK: And a qu-n Players cs the Commun man Arts Centre really joyful note for the com- (itv College. Elector Betrr Its the beginning o: a year' theatrical season, the re- ensen will bring in You're a nity theatre groups in North drama activities oa rus junior Winsion Ch-jrchiii K_gh School America. bgh srudents these past ears the Rogers and Harr.- Highh'e'nt oi that year be bin for who remernber Eersiea favo-'.e Oklahoma. a festiyal of the performing that superb production The! Deo Gray is Laune. Debris De arts scheduled May :0-26 E: the Well of "the Saints Ur.h Sandy Grooi. Corlv. Oiers m the cast Yates. McCallura and Peggy are Gay Piomp 'Ado .tare Playgoers will stage two heu i and others from Rooert De Jong (Will'. Aiber: Jor producnoas. Black Comedy Little Theatre its good Aziarra 'Ail i i Randy Kae LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 13th 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music by "SWING KINGS- MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONIY ar.dJuc Only rtrr.air-s io be casr by direc- tor Li.'y Iri'.n UKRAINIAN MEN'S ClUB 'DANCE' Saturday, January p.m. POLISH HALL 13th St. and 8th Ave. N. Good Music Provided Lunch will be Served MEMBERS ond INVITED GUESTS ONLY CEASAR'S CELLAR CABARET at the i PARK PLAZA is NOW OPEN Wed., Fri., Sat LADIES FREE EVERY WED. AND FRI. This week featuring "HYWAY" oaie anoiner >J- (Jube1. Carj1- Vrrue Caen Faccen Lee Krjeinbojc: 2.'s'_-g is An story cc-v.'i s ing and Au triese v. h3.e pare. ; Fcr ;he tre goer large a ere c: i? to iO'an.d ir. the >o'jrjg the c_T. mise y Oorsei; a rerular tbea: sesson. 20 OUl lo 3 C10T-C- a bit of i'or you. Churchill ihe Lv n_s Sarah ai 2 Oj l-'-iU 15 Plaza Suite on i! Seir.T a Fortran of l.jdolf Friml the maa -.vb-j er.e >cj Rose .Vsrie. I: shc'-J u; lo Lne Ojd c.-ps o: Jeaner.e MaiDo'.a'd NtisGp Eddy Allan ynj dc-'j.ds to 'o oj car L Tl" s Shirlev Booth. a rc-v, A Touch oi Grace. Mondaj. c-hec1. 11 a: Dojfhs j! Ji hirn an in this ore D.i Y C.-.. 13. 6 p m Cole I'or.tT in Paris Per.-' ard a' It .Ti. 02 .Nirht irie o: Ja> -.3 the prefer.: c.V- s Lip Cr. Tb'.irsrl2> r- ;j" a: i The Odd -_-e TV Fir-, Farnull T... Ail :-lC I- nenrif nn Shore1. Kr-ew Too .Much LOYAL ORDER of MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 13 at 9 p.m. in MOOSE HALL Music 'SWING KINGS'' Members ond Invited Guests Onlyl a pnft-dated reviev, c'.c Michsd J'lliife v-r? ce --r; or. t: bj ri THE LETHBRIDGE PHOTOGRAPHY ClUB VrlU NOT MEET FRIDAY AS PLANNED A special meeting of the club will be held WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17 at p.m. in ih CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY AUDITORIUM GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Regular Dance Jan, 13, p.m. Members and invited guests only NCTE Tune In lo our gues) hour with your hosts EODO end ERW1N every Sunday a I -00 p m on CHeC F M iiDf.s. This Weekend At The Legion FRIDAY NIGHT- "THE MOONGLOWS" SATURDAY NIGHT- "THE FRANKLY BROTHERS" SATURDAY NIGHT CABARH SPECIAL "DAVE SHEARER AND HIS LAMPLIGHTS" Members and Gussis! r-? are .re? U C- sue- z fesv-.s ;roid be I; Feb Sr-f-j; f-rr Secjr.f VToriz vrz- ;r.e br from direcior? c: the SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre THE PLAXET OF THE APES In Siirnng Chjrlion Kesion. and Linda Hrcr_-on r.-.js> me. i: snd !o Fri- dsv s: 7 M r.r.d p in Msunee Saturaaj 2 p in S-irurdav at 00 p r.i Family PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "JIA'IOR EONNER" In color Siarr.up Sieve ard Ssturday. Jamisrv- U r.rd 1.; F-i.-i.-y shows at 7W and S 00 p m. Matmeo Satardav at C p T, Family. TABER Tower Theatre "LITTI-E BIG MAN' In color. Pustin Hoffman and Canadian Indian, Chief Dan Coerce. Fridav and Sat- urday. Januarj 1." and 1.5 Friday sliovrs at and 9 p m Adult Vot Suiialile For Children Sfwi.-I S.iturdav Afternoon M.itineo at 1-30 p m "TAFFY AMI THK HUNTER- In color. All teals 5iV Fanuh T'..c Hifrh School LCI CO-I ard An- the 1: s THE A o: irs ir" 0.: CO__d o- C II Kuihei-fnrd M.s? lop. Saturday. as TrrE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL H AZTEC LOUNGE I a 0 "LANCE I CABARET 'FREE FALL" THURSDAY FRIDAY S SATURDAY THURSDAY j Ai-.-ed Free cf C-c-ce APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED AT THE B.P.O. ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 1251 3rd Ave., S Ph. 327-7219 ?OR THE POSITION OF COOK Contact the monooer for on appointment THE GARDEN HOTEL Presents R0> THE OUTLAWS TONIGHT and SATURDAY For Your Listening Enjoyment! Toddy's ,ind o--' .Ao..'; vr Friil.iv anil Or.o ..o'.K Fndnv .TIU! S.ilunl.iv The way Iheylnred-The way Ihey died. RESTRICTED ADULT i luUBUiiwunt i-" _ TONITE thru MS. AT 7 DO AND 9 10 P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT tts ultimate Uia MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. ONITE tiiru' TUES ONE SHOW DA11Y AT S P M TONITE "thru" TUES. ODYSSEY r MOTHER s thriller for childrtn KT-- TONITE and SAT. AT M AND 910PM "in person" CJOC proudly presents Canada's Top "Rock and Roll Band" Vr Sound by Keliy De Jong (One of Conndo t top iound "CROWBAR" PLUS FROM HAMILTON. ONTARIO THE AWARD WINNING GROUP 'LEE ASHFORP1 PLACE-lnhbridqc ro, st Jonuniy TIME-9 p m ;