Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mwtd.y, Mmttry W, 1M LiTHMIMI HIIALB 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MUSICAL: Irish Rovers, CM p Ch. 7. Entertainer Shiri Lewis is special guest. MUSICAL: Robinson Crusoe Ice Spectacle, 7 p.m.. Cb. 11 A nueical on ice in a loosely adapted verrion of Daniel Defoe's "Robinson taped at Loodoo'i Wembley Stadium. SPECIAL: Bob Hope's Christnui Show. p.m., Ch. I A celebrity studded road show with Bob Hope taking Mi east on his annual visit to American troops at various world INTERVIEW: Front Page Challenge, pm., Cb. 7. TTtere are two Gordon SincMra on tonight as Gordon Sin- clair Jr., owner and manager of a Montreal radio station, joins the regular panelists. WILDLIFE: Nature'ol Things, 10 p.m., Ch 7. A study of the life cycle of the polar bear and an examination of some of the myths surrounding this animal. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m Ch. 13. A story about the stateside hand-grenade murders of several men who served together in Vietnam. RELIGIOUS: Man Alive, p.m., Ch 7. Adjusting to tiie death of a spouse is examined in "Surviving." TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Lady From 1 p.ni, Ch. 7. An eccentric Civil War widow is threatened with the loss of her ranch. MOVIE COMEDY: 1 p.m., Ch. 13 A light comedy involving a biochemistry professor (Tony Randall) with Shirley Jones and a domesticated lion ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program schedule it due to lait- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary SporU Morley McGill with Contemporary Newt MONDAY NIOKT TUESDM Total Inlormallm Beryl Clark Jim Shearer Barry Heglsnd CHEC-Line John.. Olhrar Jack Newleld Leo Dow Beryl Clark MONDAY NIGHT World al bis Request Aclion Rob Ingram Jonn Walker Doug- Anderson CJOC i Show TUESDAY CBC 6-.OS Jim Elliott Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry KM Prices Jack Ttiyi Line Rob Ingram World Pirly CHEC m if News on the' Hour Wthr. en the Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concert (Bob Consle) Don WicMssler Don Hedinan a.m. Sign-Off CUR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT World at Six News As tr Happens Ideas Nthvork Bringing Back Ihe tttws Future Off the Record News, Wthr, Sport From The OpHBls TUESDAY Five Nlgnis A Eye Opener Week World at Eight Sounds Like Europe Commentary World at Nine Tnls Country Radio NOW Holiday Schools' Max Ferguson Home Run world1 al six SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST Stereo Cassette Car Player MODEL TC20 Fits all cars with the supplied under dash bracket. Features fa- mous SONY "insiaload" system that assures you of fumble free cassette loading. JusI snap in a casselle and it starl playing at tlie end of the tape the cassette automatically pops out and ihe set is turned off. Manual casielfe election is done while playing by simply pressing ejeci button. Tone control lets you select detircd tone quality. Push-button "Fast Forward" end SUGGESTED LIST 1 49.95 SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleteo and Centet 419 5TH ST. S. Phone 328-4922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Man Alive (c) Friendly Giant Truin or NBWS (cl Htlene Consequences Teleprobe 7 sesame Street Teleprobe 7 Our Changing Mlday Our Town Time Out World Moule: Irish Rovers (c) The Avengers Lady from-Texas Simon Locke M.D. Slampedi Wrestling Klara's Korner David Frost Revue TUESDAY Take 30 Partridge Family Farm and City Edge of Night Cannon Today Psychiatrist Front Page Romper Room Drop In Challenge (c) Mr. Dressup Trulh or Nature of Things Canadian schools Consequences CFCN Lethbrldge Ch. 13 (CablcvUion Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek Talent Show (c) News (c) Outdoors Unlimited Medical Centre Nichols Pig and Whistle ironside News Nlghlcap (c) Pendulum David Frost TUESDAY Though! for Day university of Air House of Frlghlensleln (c) HI Lights (cl Fashions Parlons Francals Yoga In Conversation All About Faces Ed Allen (cl Pierre Berlon Bewitched Beat Ihe ClocK Movie: Fluffy (c) What's the Good Word (cl Another world Anything You Can Do (c) Dick Vin Dyki Buckshot Fllnlslones M KRTV Great Fdllt Channel 3 (Cabl.vition Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News (c) Hero's Lucy Funny Papers s'Woniferlut, S'Marvelous Bob Hope News (c 1 Tonlcih! Show TUESDAY 6: IS Our World Salute Agriculture Today Show (cl Today In Montana Concentration Ic) Sale of Century Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Where Game News Somersol World Turns News Doctors Another World Edge of Nlgnt Gomer Pyle (c) Merv Grlllln Show My Three sons News News News (c) KFBB-TV Gwof Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlilon Ch. 11) NiwIywM oeme NlWI MONDAY NIOHT News News (c) Captain Kanflaroo All In Ihe Family Dlnati'i Placi (t) Robinson Crusoe LaLann (c) Storm (c) Ice Spactacla Ic) Audrey (c) OIK Llfa to Live Movie: In Harm's Galloping Gourmet Our Lives (c) Way (PI. 2) Where tht Heart II GiMral Hospital NIWS News (c) Three Of 1 Watch SBroi (cl Search for Deling Dlcli Cavalt Tomorrow Thai Olrl TUISDAV All My Children Biwllchtd Farm NIWI Maki Dul (c) puawore CARDSTON Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Maureen Stapleton and Lee Grant. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17, IB and 19. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "SEE NO EVIL" In color. Starring Farrow. Mon- day, January 17 and 18. Monday show at B-.15 p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "JOE" In color. Starring Peter Boyle and Dennis Patrick. Monday, and Tuesday, January 17 and IB. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult Friendship first U.S. football broadcasters hit says Chinese OTTAWA (CP) The- empha- sis is on friendship, not competi. ton, ID CNnetc sport uy two Montrealen who have Just re- turned from an oghtrday visit there bo arrange an exchange of 'amateur teams'. John Hunnlus, president of the Canadian Amateur Sports Fed- eration, and Dick Gaul, a feder- ation director, discussed their trip during the federation's am nual meeting last weekend. Gaul, speaking at a Saturday night dinner, said the gospel be. hind Chinese sport "is friend- snip first, competition last." He said he also was im- pressed with the way the Chinese enjoyed playing games. The joy of playing was some- thing mat Canadians mostly have lost, Gaul said. Hunnius, in a brief report to the meeting Sunday, said it was bis impression that the Chinese liave no organized leagues for their sports: He said a national meet ap- peared to be the only one where competition was involved. FITNESS GOOD He was impressed by the high degree of fitness among the Chinese and predicted they would be a force to reckon with If they should decide to compete feriouily. During their trip, Hunnius and Gaul made arrangements for Canadian badminton and bas- ketball toun.of China. In return, Chinese table ten- nis, diving and swimming teams are to visit Canada. Both men repeated earlier statements tha: they nude no comndtmente to have the feder- ation back China's, admission to the Olympic games and have Taiwan expelled. i "It was made clear to us that they would participate only when the Olympics had a one- China Gaul told the Saturday meeting. But they had told the Chinese they had no authority to give federation backing to Chinese demands. They promiied only to pass on the representation to the Canadian Olympic Commit, tee. Gaul also expressed the thought that Chinese participa- tion in Olympic games was es- sential. 106 DIE IN COLD NEW DELHI (AP) A cold wave for the last 10 days has claimed 106 lives in India's northern Bihar state. mm mm FOLK GUITAR LESSONS For Adults 17 YMre and Over BOWMAN ART CENTRE- Thursdays 8-9 p.m. Featuring: I. GUITAR SELECTION 2. BASIC GUITAR SKILLS 3. FINGER STYLES 4. FOLK SONGS The YWCA Will Set Up Saturday ClaiHi If or Mere Children Call In Phone 327-2289 JEANNIE BOON TEN WEEK COURSE STARTING JAN. 20th Rtfllltfr al Clan COST f 1.00 PER WEEK Far Further Information Contact THE YWCA Phone 327-2284 or 327-8221 NOT: Bring your own initrumtnt if you havi ont. We lug- flett you do not buy a guitar until yeu htar buying hind at firlt clan. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, January Free Public Skating Wednetday, January Beginneri Skating Friday, January 21 Free Mothen Preschoolers Skaling Public Skaling Saturday, January Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, January Beginners Skating Public Skaling Family Skating HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Satudray, January Public Skating Monday, January Free Public Skating CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, January 21 Free Public Skating Sunday, January Beginnert Skaling Public Skating SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, January NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m, Friday, January 21 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, January Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, January Public Swimming................ p.m. Family Swimming............... 6iOO- p.m. Monday, January NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. NOTI: Then will be no Public Skallnf al the Htndentn Park kl Ctnlre on Friday, fram p.m., nor en Saturday, January 17, from 10.00 p.m. Civic Centre duo pravloua bilking cemmllmenti. 4-.00. 5-.30 p.m. p.m. noon p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. NEW YORK (AP) The CBS radio network tiyi tele- vision pro football "as a lavish form of enter- tainment." which lacks "the journalistic enterprise, inde- pendence and objectivity that marks the coverage of other events of such national scope and interest." The charge was made by commentator Allan Jackson on the radio network's CBS Yews The Press. Jackson took a look at tele- vision coverage of pro football and other sports in two five- minute programs. The first is scheduled for broadcast to- DIES Fadriic Colum, M, an Irish poet and playwright, died In Enfield, Conn. One of the founders of the Abbey Theatre in Ireland, he liter became a Columbia Univer- sity professor and a writer of children's books. Shaw plays featured NIAGARA ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. (CP) Two plays by George Bernard Shaw, a classic American comedy and a seven- week-tour involving visits to both the Canadian and United States capitals are planned for the Shaw Festival 1972 drama season. Snaw's Getting Married will open July 16 arid his Misalliance July 19. They will alternate in repertory until Sept. 3. Misalliance, directed by Festi- val artistic director P a x t o n WUtehead, will become the first Canadian production to appear at Washington's John F. Ken- nedy Centre for the Performing Arts June 26-July 8. It opens May 22 for two weeks at Otta- wa's National Arts Centre. The Kaufman-Ferber comedy The Royal Family will open the Shaw Festival season June 12. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Let's Scare Jessica" "Down So Long" Last Complete Show Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 Is just one ol 18 quality Zenith hearing aids.. One ol them might be just righlforyou. Al no obligation, lesl-hear Zonith hearing aid today. Ztnllh hmringi life an priced Irom ihe quality ta bolore the name goes on. Zenlln'i "Sound 1 Ntirmi" Booklil. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Thefjtri IWf. LtTHUMDOl NAME STAlt IIP night on the eve of the Super Bowl in New Orlemi. second will be Cut- (ky night. "ProfeaaonaJ football goes virtually imported by the three major Jack- son said, though it on the screen every Sunday aft- ernoon and Monday night for half of eadi year. "Hie mast serious Journalis- tic failing in television cover- age of professional sports lies In the areas off the field-de- veiopments and events of great importance to the world of pro and other sporii-." SKIPS, INY ASPECTS He said television gives lit- tle or no attention to such things as labor-management disputes, charges of monop- oly, racial problems and eco- uomic issues. Nominated for film awards HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) Gene Hadtman, Jack Nicholson and George C. Scott were among (hose nominated Wednesday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for Golden Globe'Awards. Also hi the running for the best dramatic actor of 1971 at the Feb. 6 awards are Peter Finch and Malcolm McDowell. Dyan Cannon, Jane Fonda, Gleoda Jackson, Vanessa Red- grave and Jessica Walter were nominated for best dramatic ac- tress. Nominated for best drama were A Clockwork Orange, The French Connection, Hie Last Picture Show, Mary Queen of Scots and the Strainer of '42. Movies in the musical-comedy category are The Boyfriend, Fiddler on the Roof, Kotch and A New Leaf. Actor nominations in this class are Bud Cort, Dean Jones, Walter Mctttiau and Gtene Wilder. Actresses nominated in musical-comedy are Sandy Dun- can, Ruth Gordon, Angela Lane- bury, Elaine May and Twiggy. Best director nominations are Peter Bogdanovich, William Friedkin, Toronto-born Norman Jewison, Stanley Kubrick and Robert Mulligan. Other awards will include sup- porting roles, foreign films and best picture made for television. TO SPUR INDUSTRY TOKYO (Renter) Japan's cultural agency plans to hand out prises totalling million for the 10 best Japanese pro- duced films starting next year. Jackson con- tinued, "the networks have become a part of the game Itself. Then- investment 'a million a year just for television rights." This results, he said, in tele- vision being "as concerned with the image and exploita- tion of the sports as the team owners and league officials." Jackson claims that most commentators and play-by- play men "are more bootterg than reporters quick to declare the glory on the field, but notably hesitant to men- tion blunders, especially offi- cial blunders." Tlw commentator claims that the real news about the game comes from newspapers and magirinm While most of Jackson's cri- tique dealt with television cov- erage of pro football, he said that baseball has the "dubious honor" ofpresentingtbe greatest problems because broadcasters cannot ireke critical observations and cam- eras must pan away from fights and rhubarbs. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DOSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mxhanll 1-304 Jlh St. 1. Ph. 327.7244 Mhbrldffl A Night Robbie Burns Saturday, Jan. 22 nd at p.m. LEGION MEMORIAL HALL FEATURING: Judge Alan J. Cullen Rev. L. D. Hankinson Peggy Mallalieu W. 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