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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta lueidoy, January 16, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TV HIGHLIGHTS! TL-ESDAY ADVENTL'RE: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A crime syndicate brainwashes ex-convicts into committing pol- itical assassinations. Barney substitutes for a former prison- er looking for an operation. SPORT SPECIAL: The China Clipper, p.m., Ch. 13. A documentary tribute to Calgarian Nonnie Kwong, former star of the Calgary S'.ampeders and the Edmonton Eskimos. Ken Ne'ivans is the prooueer-hosi. SPECIAL: Ding Crosby Cooling Ii, p.m., Ch. 9. A light-hearted look at leisure v.ith guests Dean Martin, Flip Wilson and Bemadeite Peters. GAME: Hollywood Squares, p.m., Ch. 7. The weekly nighi-iime version of Hollywood Squares will make its debui. Peter Marshal! is host and Wally Cox, Charley Weaver and Paul Lynis are the regular panelists. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Voyage of Ihe p.m.. Ch. 9. A tale of frustration and adventure on a 2600- mile journey from California to Hawaii with Desi Amaz Jr. MOVIE THRILLF-R: "The Night p.m., Ci'. II. A reporter's search for a killer whose record seems to stretch back more than a century. Stars Darren McGsrin. SPECIAL: Cole Porter in Paris, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Perry Como hosts this musical tribute to the songs of Cole Porter and gvests include Diaharji Carroll and Connie Stevens. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Vighi, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A report tracing the hisitory of the Japanese-Canadians from the I93fe to the present. WED.VE5DAY MOVIE DRAMA: "In Search of America'', 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An Effluent family comes to grips with contemporary valuei at an outdoor rock festival. ANGLO'S Radio TV (Mings ue Prrttd bf radio and Ktovision Hotiani. Any variation in pragimn uhcduk Ij due to kui- miirata dKmga by Hie station and b not the mpen- stiEtf of tfct Herald Angle Dinributan Sleno and Fhafcgnphk CHUKL _ be -i--. .'.'.L-S': R iuncay TUESDAY KiChT J lirCO KswS, 5 7 5-: sni 5- :-Tt Grain CHEC FM if TON. THRU SIT. HN--SS C.-1 B.-n. CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TuesEiY MGHT provincial Afte A; Ncyi -T -f-'s 1 DON'T MISS OUR Demonstrator Sale ave Op To 50% OFF ON if STEREO EQUIPMENT if PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo OJiJ. Photopiaphic Centet 419 5fh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 rE-.SCSi'.'.Y SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 3iY SIGHT :5 H.Elc.ie v v GIST CFCN-TV Lelhbndge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY Self '5 Vru Tracy C3-i Da KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) _' v -i KFSB-TV Grenf Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) t Garre (c) 5 ;o o I'.M Gener.il Haspllat s E :o One Io Llvi i Audrey (c) Days o( Pur Llvn (c) V-M V.if-e Ihe Heart Is 3-30 Dinar's V 3-.CO Tn'M o-i a 2 33 PafTi? Garve :-r '.'v CTd-ei i :.i j-c'ii ic) V L r' Vakc A y rr.it ic) M Pswword Theatre off to Europe WELCOME BACK, CHARLEYI Actor Cliff Arqustre, olso known 05 Choriis Weaver, gets kisses from Connie and Nanette Fabray as he returned to work on the '''Hollywood Squares" television in Hollywood. Arquetie wcs off Ins show for six months after a heart attack. Inaugural party ready WASHINGTON' f AP i three day rotsd K sccia! events recepGons. concerts and five inaugural bails sviil hersld the swearing-in of Pres- ident Nixon for a second term. The festivities in the -iTui in- auguration Jan. 15-20 are ex- pected to cost betiveen S3 2nd 54.5 million. But a si-million profit for charity is predicted from sale of tickets and souve- rtirs for inaugural events. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Sbori subjects "Valachi Papers'" Last complete siow Restricted Adult CIVDIA Short S-jbjects Space Odyssey" One Complete Familv TOLLEGE "Dirn- Ourlaw'' ''Dead Are Alive" Last Complece Show Kestricted Aduit Tne orJy thins free and open io the general public is stand-in2 room along the parade route from the Capitol down Pennsyl- vania Avenue to the While House. If you wanted to come to all of the special events, you'd have to be one of the lucky 000 or so who wnrked hard for Nixon in the 1972 election. And you vroulci have to pay any- where from S25 to S1.200 for tickets. Washington police have alerted their entire force for fi'jry those days. And anti-war groups have promised to appear as they did at Nixon's 1959 in- auguraL Nison will raie the 35-word oath of office in front of the Capitol with his wife, Pat, hold- ing iuT> century- Drown leather family Bj.es and Nixon's appointee. Chit: Justice Warren Burger. S'imiriisiering tie oath. A 2l-gun salute vril! mart the i oath-taiinE. At tie While Ho-ise tr.s heat- l eo presidential stand is the satue des'gn as that fsed 'in 1969, enclosed in latletproof Igiass. j The parade has granri- j stand seating fDr sbTjt adult tickets raising in price from 55 to 151. Some chil- dren's tickets rtr-2 as as S'2. Toe three fev; o! ierents will s.z-: Jaa ly with entertsinrnent by such celebrities as Sob Frans i Sinatra. Zsa Zsa Ciabor aad iSammv Davis J.-. Bighorn sheep special on TV MONTREAL (CP) The Stratford National Theatre oi Canada leaves tor Europe Jan. 22 on a tour of Denmark, Hol- lard. Poland and the Soviet Un- ion, alter 10 days of perform-! anc-es here. If they are H orried about hew their English-language perform- ances of King Lear and Taming of the Snrev v.ill be greeted by audiences, they should be reassured by the reaction of North America's largest French-language news- paper. La Presse. The newspaper began iis ueekend enienaLimeni section today v.iih a rare headline in English. if read: ''Good luck Strat- ford." Mania! Dassylva, writing ia La said- "The company car 20 alrcad I its production of King Lear r.as an unbeatable solidity and is valuable jewel vi'hich any theatre grojp would be pleased to possess. "David William's productir.. o hile remaining faithful 10 the arid because it underlined in a dis- creet et VEY subtle in the HUTT PRAISED Willism Hun's perlormarjce as King Ifsr drevr praise from Mr. Dassy-va. who said. T.-JS a nor performs ivith hii v.rj.Ve being, vv-.th his nerves, his senses, his hands, his his his gtlt The C-azer.e's Jacob Siskind echoed his co'- of me and Mr. Hun's pen'onr-ance. Hutl's King Lear is surely one of the mos; explosive ever tne Enaltsh I: bedr.5 fortissimo and con- tinues at thai jevei almost con- tinuously until the nr.aeDt o: The Gazette critic said the production was ''as mod-em ccntemporarv as '.her and WillianVs directio- "as ever, triousn there fell tie terr.txi c: the action could have been urged just a sbcde." Both newspapers praised the entire cast. Myron Gallf-ay. wrinng b the Montreal Star, took another 1 is not the best Stratford 'Tnis is a production not to can do, by any means, nor is ii be missed, for it succeeds at ev- the best Lear we have seen j ery bum and to praise one de- he said, '-but it does af-jtail over another might possibly ford MoLtrealers another oppor- j and mistakenly imply that ev- (unity to see a ery single one has not been as mounted and occasionally-mov- j carefully, painsts-kir.gly and ing production, for all its brilliantly attended to. --The h-jnors oi the evening SOLID, OLD-FASHIONED I must E0 Jeas Gas. Mr. Gallowsv described the: production as solid, if some-'ran- and v.hat old-fashioned one." Hutt works tremely hard and certainly j ever in- does have his moments. LI ErL-nnuc-Vry beyond they ere jus; te: isolated, mo- ;ihe matter o: ue play iiseil." merits and for nte. ai any raie. the character is not coavinciag as a whole." i But Mr. had warm j The siari Atlas moth has words for the r.-ompsny's pro- j wing spread oi more than oae auction of Temi" of the Shrew. foot. yes. one mighi as vrell say it, ev. theatrical ge.iiai, dazzle IE NZVf YORK (API A beautifully photographed spe- cial about the endangered big- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre HARRY" In Technicolor. Starring Clint East- wood. Harry Guardino and John Tuesday and Weouesaay. 15 and 17. Tuesday show ai p.ro. Restricted FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre MZPHISTO YTALTZ" In color. Starring Alan Aids. Tuesday and Wednesday. January 16 and IT. Tuesday show ei p.m. Kcsrricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre GOOD FRIENDS" In color. Starring Dyaa Can- non. Jarr.es Coco. Jennifer O'Neil ar.d Kc-n Tuesday and Wednesday. January 16 and 17. Tuesday show a; p.m. Restricted Adiilt. TABER tower Theatre "SITTING TARGET" In COAT. Sisrnng Oliver Reed and JiK St. John. Tuesday ?.r.d Wt'dnpsday. January 16 and 17. Tuesday show at and 9.M p.m. Restricted Adult. From CALGARY 'NATURAL GAS' JAN. 15th to JAN. 20th at Ihe MINERS' 733 13th St. N. Members and Their Guests Only! horn sbeep of Caiada and the United States starts appear- ing this on various lele- stations in Z2ijor U.S. cities. It's called lasts an hour, and features sinele- composer John Denrer, vrbo has six albums and several hit records to his credit. Denver, a dedicated envi- ronmentalist, winds up maS- ing th-e sbeep stare the bill with new album Rocky Mouuffiin High. A is his r-iDc. a i'onr.er po'Jce- man Tonmy pkzns. rumed his back on big city Ii_re a number of yesrs a so Co taie up life the TompkLns comes Ecross quiet, knowledgoable man. the sort of bash roide VTO speaks lo'-v so a? Eot io dis- turb Uw for ihst maner. lie beauty oi the Rockies. The pronram ers all four seasons and p-imari'V .r. Par's and in Vi'yonur.g. It's a good look at an endangered species and at the larger quesupn oi preserroii! c-ne of North America's last fron- tiers. "The People laf.i Time Build The Best" Bring you the finest in Stereo Compon- tnls now pvcilable JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. 327-4979 pcmnnouiit STARTS TOMORROW He 5i i ta A-- Sarfv, 2274103 MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. i WINNER OF 10 ACADEMY AWARDS! DAVID O.SELZNICK'S "GONE WITH THE WIND" A ADULT EVENINGS AT 8 P.M. DAILY Ryan's Daughter STARTS SUN., JAN. 21sf The Sjmdicatc. The way they lived-Thc way they died. ThetfalachiPs------' RESTRICTED ADULT .paramount TONIGHT and WED. AT 7.00 P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT the Ultimate trip IS THIS THE FUTURE IN SPACE? Sti SL tt Arc. ScKh. 27-5 VO Bit. -it. last Times Tonight ODYSSEY ONE SHOW AT B P.M There's no place to hide RESTRICTED ADULT NO 2 'THE DIRTY OUTLAWS" Last Times Tonight FIRST SHOW AT P.M. ACTRKSS WKI1S Diincnn, is honfymoon- ine nl Lake Tahop Dr. Thomas C. falrallors. iho snrpoon oprralod to ri1- movr s Inninr holiind lin1 lofl oyc 1. Thr aclrrss nnd Dr. ni.nr- rird by n juslirr o[ in Carson CUv, nwww 2Wi Ktyof A CONTROVERSIAL BOOK NOW A CONTROVERSIAL MOVIE! Compla RESTRICTED ADULT ,-i-vi ;