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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY SPECIAL: Eutertttaer the Yew Awirdi, J p.m., Ch. Ed Sullivan basU the greats it the second annual American GuiM of Variety Artiste Awartk. Many top stars will be on hand. COMEDY: Dot RicUei Stow, U.B., Ch, 13. Thii Is the debut of a new series Etarring "Mr. Warmth." He plays a highly strung ad executive who is plagued by tht pressures of modern society. MOVIE WESTERN: "An Eye For As I p.n., Ch. 13. The story of the slaying of an ex-bounty huoter'a wife and son and the tracking down of the killers. COMEDY: All IB The Family. p.m., Ch. T. Fear breaks out In the Bunker family as, a government investi- gator is checking out Archie and Us friends. MOVIE COMEDY: "Those Magnificent Men hi Their Flying 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A 196S aviation epic witb spectacular aerial photography. SATURDAY MOVIE CARTOON: "The Ch. 13. An animated musical fable narrated by Dustln Hoffman. SPORT: Figure Skating, p.m., Ch. 7. Live cover- age of the Canadian Figure Skating Championships from London, Ont. SPORT: Curling. 4 p.m., Ch. 1. Jim Sanderson of Scot- land meets Matt Baldwin of Alberta in the CBC Curling Championships. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are lilted by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last' minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NI6HT Beryl Clark Barry Hegland Jack Newfeld CHEC CHEC-FM Jim Shaarer NeM CJOC Ntwi, Sporll t.-OOJolin CMrlts John Oliver Beryl Clark CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT a.m. DouB Wayne lirrv World ar Six Jon News Request Action Wayne Btrry Lint SATURDAY Soccer Rtiulti John Wllker f-M Newi Sport) American Top 40 News, Wlhr, Sporll Newi CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. (Botl Dm Hedmln Don Don MtcMnttr if CBR if R.dio 1010 Cale.ry FRIDAY NIGHT Playback Morning Concert Home Run News i yt DiQht ar wrana World >l Six Atlantic Symphony .I'l: A! It Happens Solo Seine The Entertainers NBWJ, Sport. Wtnr. Met. Open News The Big Bands From Ine Capillls SATURDAY 'or Five Nights a Week Eva Opener Record SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST Stereo Cassette Car Player MODEL CF610 Fill cars with the supplied under dash bracket.. Features fa- j mou! SONY "initaload" system thaf asturas you of fumble free can loading. Just snap in a playing ai the end of The tope the cai.eltft automatically' pops out and the set ii turned off. Manual cassette ejection is done while playing by simply pressing eject button. Tone control lets you iclect deilred tone quality. Push-button "Fast Forward" and SUGGESTED LIST 1 49.95 SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and STH ST. S. lapltic Ctntet 328-4922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabhviifon Ch. 6) FRIDAY Trulh or Consequences Hollywood ind the KlmDB Stars Ic) News 1C) Teleprobe 1 Myslery Movie Lorne and Harr Tarrlllc Hour ___________ Tommy Hunter [c) Mutlley All In tile Family Penelope Beatle Bailey Marine Boy TumbleoKd Roundup Singers Gllllgans Island Ffjwe Staling NFL Action Sugar Bowl Wrestling Curling Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabtaviiion Ch. 4) Movie: Those Oavy and smiarh nlficent Men In Hawkfya Their Flyliw Hit-11.-X Movie: Tht Point chines SATURDAY FRIDAY Fllntstones (c) Hawaii Flve-0 News (c) Story Theatre Don Dickies Show Movie: An lor Thought lor Day An Eye (c) Underdog FBI (cl Paler Polamus News Rocky and Frlmds Sporls (c) News Jackson Flvt Kineo Bingo KRTV Great Falli Chanml 3 (Cabl.vl.lon Ch. Globetrotters Sports Digest Outdoor Sportsman Wrestling (c) Call of lha West Like Young wide World ol FRIDAY News (c) News TBA Entertainer of Year Special TBA 1M Onnon (c) News (c) Tonight Show SATURDAY Renaissance 30 (c) In Ihe News (c) Hair Belr Bunch tin In Ine News Pebbles Archie __________...... Jnla and Puuycltl Scooby Doo (c) (c) MOTiKMS Danger Is My You Art There Business (c) Children's Film Newi M Fest. Hn Haw (c) Dr. TBA Pink Panther Buiztrd Bugaloos Jetsons Bugs Bunny KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ctbhvlilan Ch. 11) FRIDAY Saw Arcnle (c) News (c) SATURDAY News News Movie: Seven Jerry Ltwls Faces of Or. Lao Road Runner Odd Couple Funky Phantom Lova American i slyla ic) Bawltchcd News Lldsvlltt (C) Night Oallerv Curloiltv Shop Movie: Lasl Tlma I Jmny Qutit Lancelot Link American Bandstand Rolltr Games LM Trtvlw Golf Amtrlcan Aovenlun Bswllna Sports Arnla Arma VENTURA COALDAU, ALURTA PKEMNTS FCW YOUIl ENJOYMENT TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! "PHIL LETHBRIDGE AND THE WEST WINDS" TO P.M. 'Make up a party and In for a great fun-filled ivtmmjl WE'RE NEWLY RENOVATED AND FULLY UCENSEDI German Canadian Club 6th STREET and 91h AVENUE NORTH REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 15TH P.M. Music by "JACK BLECH" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS OUR ANNUAL MASQUERADE DANCE WILL BE HELD SAT., FEB. 12th LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Nights from 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight FEATURING "THE NIGHTRIDERS" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED PARAMOUNT SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY P.M. SPECIAL FAMILY MATINEE ALL SEATS THIS SHOW 50c DOORS OPEN AT P.M. THE ALL-NEW AND MOST EXCITING in incredible tumnwron i MfiMTMTf? OMWM.' CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CROMWELL" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Harris and Alec Guineas. Friday and Saturday, January 14 and IS. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Satmday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BIG JAKE" In Technicolor. Starring John Wayne and Richard Boone. Friday and Saturday, January 14 and 15. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE OBLONG BOX" In color. Starring Vincent Price and Fabian. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 14, 15 and 16. Friday show at p.m. Adull. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre Walt Disney's "KING OF THE GRIZZLIES" In Techni- color. A wildlife feature. Friday and Saturday, January M and 15. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "SHOOT OUT" In color. Starring Gregory Peek. Friday, January 14. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not suit, able tor children. Matinee Saturday at p.m. "PIRATES OF THE BLACK HAWK" In color. All scats 50c. of C reduces courses, staff MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET "VIBRATIONS" IN THE LOUNGE Saturday "WOUEY MOTOR HflTPL CAIXJABY (CP) IV Uni- versity of Calgary is reducing and staff became of B- nancul difficulties, F. A. Camp- bell, acting academic vioe-prac- ident, said Thursday. The situation has resulted from a drop in enrolment this year, he said. were for full time students but only registered. FINANCIAL CRISIS Tile university, facing its big- gest financial crisis in its six- year history, requested bom the provincial government a le- per cent increase for 1972-73 from Hs present budget of million. It is expecting 10-per- cent less than the 1971-72 bud- get. Government grants are based on the number of students en- rolled as of Dec. 1. Among the reductions are: English department, one of the largest, Is cutting its staff and the number of courses offered by one-third. division of continuing education is reducing courses from 15 to 20 per cent, mostly in liberal arts and the human- ities. mathematics depart- raent is cuttling all its new fourth year course, and nine full time instructors. The situation is repeated in other departments, including the dropping of five or sa teachers in physics, and reduc- tion of staff in archaeology, geo- graphy and engineering. Dr. Campbell said instead of expanding programs, continuing to work towards smaller classes and hiring additional staff, the university is forced to cut courses and teachers usually young sessional instructors be- ginning teaching careen. The Universities Commission has recommended. to the gov- ernment that next year's bud- get be calculated on toe same low enrolment that was experi- enced this year. DISAGREE Calgary university official! disagree with the student projection for next September. "It's very difficult for us to believe that in a city like Cal- gary, where the population is PARAMOUNT Frid.y Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show Saturday (Matinee) "High, Wild and Free" One Complete show Short Subjects '.'Skin Game" Last complete show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Carry On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Carry on again Doctor" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday ind Sjlnrdiy Short Subjects "Something Big" Last Complete Show rMflg by 20 per cent every year, the population of the uni- versity will remain static over two said Dr. Campbell. Student enrolment increased each year until 1971 by about he said, and the univer- sity has been 'hiring and plan- ning in the reflection of this continuing growth. He said adjusting to varying budget situations would be eas- ier if there were a long-range plan "If we could look at the fi- nancial picture over two or three years, we could make some meaningful projections and decisions it's very diffi- cult on a year-to-year basis." Jwtwrr H, THf UTNMIOOI HDUtD 7 at MANY An Mtlmiiidd couplet were married In Japan In ALL GO SOUTH South U the only direction i Uw Norti r r V LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests THE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Invites briefs, submissions and suggestions in preparation for THE CULTURAL HERITAGE CONFERENCE June in Edmonton Alberla is a province of many people from many different lands. Our common heritage is cultural diversity which has given depth and richness to life here in Alberla. By working together we arc developing a social climate in which Ihc- individual js respected and appreciated. But there is much yet to he accomplished! There are many people who believe lhat a greater charing and understanding of our cultural heritage wilt release even more of the creative energies and talents of the people of Alberla. We would like to hear from you! Would you please take the lime to write and let us know youc views especially on the following basic issues: a) What do you believe should be preserved, Alberta developed and encouraged from Albeila'i elhno-cultural heritage? b) What priorities should (he Government of Alberla scl; and, in your opinion, what would contribute to their effectiveness? c) What participation by individuals and groups would you recommend? Your response will provide the Government of AJberla wilh important information in preparation for The Cultural Con- ference next June 16, 17 and 10. Please forward your suggestions in writing before March to; W. H. k'aasa, Director Cultural Development Department ol Cull urn, Youth and Recreation CN Tower, Edmonton Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation Hon. Horst. A. Schmld, Minister; C, L. Usher, Deputy Minister 402 5th St. South Phone 328-7503 ]J ONLY 17" x 60" CLEAR VINYL RUNNER 100% SCULPTURED NYLON CARPET (C.M.H.C. Approved) Green one! Gold yd. ro e SALE, SQ. YD.............. JjO.a 100% NYLON SHAG 1 Color only en jq. yd. SAK, SO. YD....... TUFTEX Indoor-Outdoor Carpeting High Density Foam Rubber Bock R.9 iq ,d. C C SA16, SO. YD................ 3.W GAP CUSHIONED LINO SOFTRED Rig. tq. yd. SALE, SO. YD............ WESCANA 100% NYLON SHAG Reg, iq. yd. SALE, SQ. 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