Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
TuMday, J.niwry H, THf UTHMIDM HIKAlO 7 HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY COMEDY: Miry Tyler Moore, I p.m., Ch. 7. Edwtrd Asner, the newsroom boss ad t gruff one at that, sitting for a little girl. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wdby. MD, I p.m., Cfc. H A Japanese-American boy with rheumatic fever and I heart filled with hatred for his father. SPORT: Pro Basketball, I p.m., Ch. 11. The 22nd NBA All-Star game from the Forum In Los Angeles. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show. p.m.. Cb. 1. A M- tiricil musical tracing the lives of America's sweethearts Ken Berry and Carol, with Nanette Fibray as a wealthy patron- DOCUMENTARY: Teleicope, p.m., Ck. 7. A wigon train journey through the Qu'Appeue Valley, Sack., marking the province's Homecoming celebrations last August. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders. 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A thrill- er about a chase after gold smugglers ftnwgb the south of France. Filmed on location. INTREVIEW: David Font, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Jim Hen- son's Muppets are featured with Nipsey Russell, singer Gerri Granger and skiing expert Cliff Taylor. WEDNESDAY SCHOOL BROADCAST: Western Schools, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. Communities West will feature Lettibridge, Alberta. MOVIE WESTERN: "7lh 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A captain, ordered to leave Custer at the Littte Big Horn, tries to prove he didn't desert. MOVIE WESTERN; "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Ranch- ers battle against land-grabbing carpetbaggers In post-Civil War Texas. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings ore lined by the radio and Mleviiion itationi. Any variation in program schedule ii due to last, minute changes by the station! and it not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. TUESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Heoiand CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Tom information John Ollvtr TUESDAY NIOMT World 61 Six Rob Ingram John Walher Doug Anderson WEONESCMY CBC News cos Jim Elliot WEDNESDAY Jim Shearar CtlKlInt Leo Dow Show CJOC i! Ntwa, Weather ana spans Phone Bill Show Wavnt Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Wealher and Sporls and Grain Prices jack Thy! Parry Line Rob Ingram World ar SIX if CHEC FM Newj Hourly Wlhr. Holf Hour MON. THRU SAT. Dor, MacMasler Concerts (Bob Consul Don MacMlslar Don Madman a.m. Sign-Off CM Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World al Six As It Happens Tuesday NlgM News, Sporls, wmr Eye Opener From'the Capitals World al B 10-15 Five Nights a Weed Commentary Prairie Recital world It 9 News This Counlry Orchestral Concern iJ5 Sporjs, Newt, wthr v Provincial Allalra Radio Now School! 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Phone 328-6M2 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabltviiion Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences Teleprobe TBf, Movie: 8-00 Mary Tyler Moore Romper Room B-30 Carol Burnell Mr. Dressup Telescope Holiday Film 10-00 Tuisday Nile Friendly Giant News [cl OKI Heltnt Teleprobe 7 our Chanelng World Under Attack WEONESD.V Farm an Cily Today Sesams Street Town Movie: Seventh Calvary Galloping Gourrntr Take X Eggt cl Night Psychiatrist One Northern Summer (c) Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cablension Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIOHT 5-00 Flinlsloncs (cl Cade's counly News Love American Style (O Marcus. Wjiw David Frost Plerra Barton WEDNESDAY Bewitched Thoughl lor Day Beat the Clock university ol Air Movie: House of Frighten- The Raldara (e) Jlaln lit OwJ program HI Llghli Word (c) Doctor In the House Fashions in Sawing Anothar World t-30 Ian Tyson (c) Parlons Frantalk Anylnlnf You CE The pewiiaders Yoga (c) Do in Converiallm DICK Van Dyk> II-ID News (cl All About Fans Buckshot (c) II.-M Ed Allen Id fliiaaana KRTV Gnat Falli Channel 3 (Cablevhim Ch. f) TUESDAY NIOHT News Adam IS HawaFf Flvt-0 Gunsmoke Mvsli-ry Movie Adam 12 (c) Nows Tonight Show Agriculture Today Show (c) News (c) World Sale a the Ctnlury ol Might Hollywood Squaris Gomir Pyla (c) jeopardy (c; Mirv Grllllln lo-.M who, Tm-ae sons Ganio Naws 10-.SS Naws NBC Nightly Ntm ll.-w somerset J.-30 Ntwi (c) World Tyrnl Ciral lurriitt KFBB-TV Ortol Folh Channel I Ch. II) TUI1D4Y NIIHT Newl Ji" C'P'- It piriili'i Nmi SKrtf Ifirm Oilllng I; JO jack Away from if Al! (c( ow Ll All- oalioplM OovrmM Otmril Oama lc> WIWI ih Htm Ii l-.CO Thru Slir O .5 Sf.n r.mBMll WIDMISDAY tit Farm Nawi Nawl (cj "KB Saarcll lor Tomorrow My chlinrin i DM (cl Om Lfti H LlH Llm l HoMlal tMittk Dallng Aamf Thai Olrl (c) latHOta Nrrt Box office king has new pitch HOLLYWOOD (AP) Come- dian Pat Paulsen may find Ms candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination will bar him from performing, on televi- urra during the campaign. NBC, saying there Is no way to separate the entertainer from the canlidate, is refusing to carry on its five owned stations a segment of Walt Disney's syn- dicated Mouse Factory In which Paufeen is host. "I would think any station would not want to carry it. We would be required to give equal time to other Bob Howard, who heads the NBC- owaed KNBC-TV here, laid. Paulsen's lawyer, Daniel M. SUar, said, '-'if NBC. doesn't run the segment we will file a com- plaint with the Federal Commu- nications ComnusGion alleging improper use of the equal time law to compel Pat to withdraw from the race or lose his liveli- hood." Paulsen said earlier he is a "serious" 'candidate for the presidency and has filed for the Republican ballot in the New Hampshire primary. NEW YORK (AP) John Wayne, Hollywood's strapping, strong man symbol, mounted the stage of Radio City Music Hall and urged young- sters who had just seen his latest film to honor God, coun- try and Uieir parents. In a rare promotional appear- ance here, tbe 64-year-old right Govt. jolted in Chile SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) President Salvador Allende suf- fered a stunning setback in two special congressional elections Sunday, but his leftist Popular Unity government called the re- sults only "a transitory defeat." The anti-Marxist deposition and the government parties each united behind a single can- didate In the elections, one for a Senate seat, the other for a seat in the Chamber of Deputes. Opposition candidate Rafael Moreno, a Christian Democrat, won the Senate election in Obi- chugua and O'Higgins prov- inces, just south of Santiago, with votes to for Socialist Hector Olivares. In flre election for-deputy in Linares province, farther to the south, Sergio Diez, a National party member, defeated Maria Mery by a vote o[ to Neither election changed the balance in Congress, where the opposition already has a major- ity in both nouses. CHILDREN SHOPLIFT ACTON, Ont. (CP) Six ju- veniles, the latest of many who have been stealing from stores in this Guelph-area town, have been warned by police who also informed their parents. The six included some previously caught shoplifting and warned. wing box office king, currently starring in The Cowboys, ad- dressed the crowd ai "tomor- row's America" and said: "Growing up Isn't supposed to be easy, but that's no reason to throw stones or break up the best flag God ever gave. Living in Oils country means you have to pay your way and that belli down to living by the Golden Rule." As applause echoed through the famed theatre, an usber Mid: "We haven't had anything like mil since Sophia Loren ap- peared last year." JOHN WAYNE drawi applause Screen violence off the hook WASHINGTON (Reuter) Violence shown on United States television causes some anti-so- cial behavior among the young but not much, says a govern- ment report released Monday. A .group of psychologists found only a modest relation- ship between the viewing of violence and aggressive behav- ior. Their report represented 2VS years of research and was prob- ably the most exhaustive study ever made of the Influence of violent television on the young. "The evidence suggests that the effect is small com- pared with many other possible causes (of anti-social such as parental attitudes or knowledge of an experience with the real violence of our the report said. SURVEY IMPACT The survey of the Impact of television violence, particular on Hie young, was carried out under the auspices of the de- PLANS TO RETIRE _ Comedian Red Skeltn lays he plant la retire nan, but a spokesman says Skelton doesn't men complete re- tirement. The spokesman said the 60-year-old Skellon planned to wd appearances on the night club circuit, but he would not rule out televi- sion and movie work. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfair "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Maureen Stableton, Barbara Harris and Lee Grant. Tues- day and Wednesday, January 18 and 19. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SEE NO EVIL" In color. Starring Mia Farrow. Tues- day, Januay 18.-Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "JOE" In color. Starring Peter Boyle and Dennis Pat- rick. Tuesday, January 18. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THI MINERS 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND OUfSTS partmmt of htalth, education and wtlfsrt. trw group of scientists, mostly from leading universi- ties, said it presumed American society was more violent to some degree because people, (torn childhood onwards, were exposed to violence on televi- sion. But it stressed that the harm- fid consequences did not appear great. It Mid there was some sup- port for the theory that televi- sion violence wee encouraged and perhaps made inevitable by the competitive economic struc- ture of the American broadcast- Ing industry. Name architect Egypt premier CAIRO (Reuter) Ariz Sidky, architect of Egypt's in- dustrial revival since the 1967 Middle East war, has been named the country's new pre- mier. Sidky, 51, who was the first deputy premier, succeeds 72- year-old Mahmoud Fawzy, who becomei a vice-president and special adviser to President Anwar Sadat. Sidky has a reputation as a manager rather than a politi- cian, and did not involve him- self in the power struggle which led to Sadat's purge of his prin- cipal opponents last spring. Also minister for industry and petroleum, he is expected to continue along the general line pursued by ing Egypt's economic potential, improving education and the social services and rooting out administrative inefficiency. Network faces strike TORONTO (CP) Manage- ment perMonel will lUcmpt to nutataJn naUoul CBC televi- sion tat radio service if employees of the public network strike later Ail week. "Management will maintain (he national service u fully is possible should 1 strike or with- drawal of service take Rocket battle rages SAIGON (AP) American fighter planes exchanged mis- siles with North Vietnamese anti-aircraft defences along the Laotian border Sunday and today and were believed to have destroyed two of them, the U.S. command announced. It said the American planes were not hit. North Vietnamese missiles batteries near the Ban Karki pass fired three surface-to-air missiles-SAMS-at U.S. planes operating in the region 35 to 45 miles north of the demilitarized zone. U.S. fighters escorting the bombers fired two missiles, and the U.S. command said one SAM site and one anti-aircraft artillery radar were believed destroyed. This brought the total of so- called protective reaction strikes into North Vietnam to 10 this year. Paralleling the intensified air action was a Communist "high point" of ground activity in South Vietnam, which began a ago. The South Vietnamese com- mand reported 20 small-scale ground assaults, rocket, mortar, sapper and terror attacks, most of them In the central and northern provinces of South Vietnam, fhis raised tbe total of such attacks to 190 in the last seven days. 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 to Death" "Down So Long" Last Complete Show UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 Dale Reubart (piano) Yattts Mtmorial Centre January 19, 1972 8.30 p.m. Admission: Adults S2.00 Studants Ticktti: Ulsrtr's Muiic Switchboard Operator Univtrtily Wait Cdrnpiit Switchboard Operator Univenily Edit Campus said Cec Smilh, CBC informa- tion offictr. Newscasts will be maintain- ed, be added. Kenneth Steel, regional direc- tor of the National Association CHARLIE'S of those Chaplin girls Is in pic. tores. Josephine, 21, makes her debut in i French pic- ture, "The Wild B e a s t s' the second of Charlie Chaplin daughters to launch a.film career. of Broadcast Employees, says the union membcn will vote be- gbning Friday on i concilia- lion board report released lut week. strike raid- night Thursday night. Mr. Steel said the cameramen, sound technicians, radio technicians and announ- cer operators are in "a foul mood" over the report which recommends a six per cent wage increase for the period July 1, 1971 to July 1, Vm, and a 4.2-pcr-cent increase July l, 1972 to the end of the 21-montb contract. The union has asked two-year agreement with raises ot 12.2 per cent', 8.5 per cent and 7.8 per cent. This would raise wages to a week in key categ o r I e s. Present starting rate lr [or a 40-hour week, increasing to a maximum of after seven years. The union also wantt t 92- hour week, with one maximum salary achieved after five years. best friend fails to co-operate CALGARY (CP) Man's best friend didn't co-oper- alc. Hugo Muhlpfordt was shot in the hip by his dog while tile middle-aged Calgary resident was driving on a highway east ol tbe city. RCMP said a loaded .22- calibre rifle was on 'the oar's front seat. The dog jumped from back seat to tte front, setting off the rifle. YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A C K' S AND TV J a 302 ISHi ST. N. PARAMOUNT TONITE AND WED. and p.m. FOR LAUGHTER. ADULT COLLEGE STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. SO TREMENDOUSLY FUNNY IT MOVES TO THE COLLEGE CINEMA STARTING TOMORROW WOUUIYDUBUYAOSEDSUK ADULT James Garner LouGosseft SusanClark Joseph E. Levins presenls a Mike Nichols Film starring Jack Nicholson Candice Bergen Arthur Garfunkel Ann-Msrgret Ends Color with James Garner RESTRICTED ADULT "I've experienced only three or four movies I S" that I was genuinely sorry to see end, t J. I was sorry to seetamal Knowledge' end." I Vincent Canny, New Yark Times Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson, Candke Bergen, Ann Maigret and Jules Peiffer. I Carnal Knowledge, D An AvCO Embfsiy PJctu.t It MatinM Wtdnetday and Saturday p.m. Evenings and p.m. Thi languagi in thil film STARTS TOMORROW bi le pitpli.