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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Rev. Duhaime speaks Feb. 3 FORT MACLEOD (Special) Moltzahn, president o( the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association, has an- roimced that Rev. Duhaime oi the Blood Indian Reserve will speak at the annual banquet in tire Elk's Hall here Feb. 3. Lose 3 cows BROOKS White Brothers of Rosemary suffered the loss of three mill! cows in their slock pond recently. One of the COTS went through and under ice and was drowned. The other two were rescued but died shortly after from exposure. TV HIGHLIGHTS ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio and television itatioru. Any variation in program tcheduU is to larf- mintrtv changes by the stations and U not the respon- sibility ef the or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC if Allan 5sll Conrempcrary Doi-g Warvin MONDAY (hru FRIDAY Chsc Trading Pcsi Grain Prices 3-ryl Clark 11 :M Lso Call Lend F-r-n Sew; John Oliver Dave King 333 Fs-m Jack Neufeld Prices Paul Testier aoc Nsws witt Bill SKeiiss, Whin, Sport Bren! S-tly an-d Farm anc Rsi" Doug Ca'd THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Prc-b visit his house. COMEDY: George, p.m., Ch. 13. Pauline is a talking parrot has taken a liking to George. COMEDY: Lillle People, p.m., Ch. 13. Malpractice is the charge after Dr, Jamison treats a rock star's sore throat who Joses his voice in the middle of a concert. COMEDY: Carol Burneil, 8 p.m.. Ch. 7. Ruth Buzzi takes part in Carol and Harvey's spoofs. SPECIAL: Jack Benny's First FareweU Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 9, Bob Hope, Desn Mania, Flip Wilson and Joey Heaib- erton are Jack's special guests. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Odd S p.m., Ch. 13. Walter Mauhau and Jack Lemmon shine in this hilarious comedy about mismatched roommates. DRAMA: Kung Fu, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. This series begins regular weekly teleoasis with a story about a missing-per- son mystery with racial overtones. MOVIE DRAMA: "To All My Friends on 9 p.m.. Ch. The Emmy-winning story of a shattered dream starring Bill Cosby. MOVIE THRILLER: "Whatever Happened fo Babr a.m., Ch. 7. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford star in this IP52 film about the psychcoaitaic rdsiionship between two sisiers. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "My Sweet 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A curious friendship develops beiween a pregnant farm girl and a black fugitive. Television set Dead man rotes Thundoy, Jonuory 18, THE tETHBRjDGE HERALD 7 Oscar race off, running SINGER DIES Gospel singer Clara Ward, above, died in Los Angeles after suf- fering two strokes within the past fire weeks. She was 4S. She was the leader o[ the Clara Ward Singers. tax proposed BISMARCK X.D. fAF'-North Dakota Slate senators were di- vided yesterday over a proposed bUJ that would levy a S5 annual tax on television sets to finance I non-profit educational televi- con nenvork in the state. The network, when fully oper- ational, would operate stations in Fargo. Grand Forks. Mmot, Bismarck, Williston and Dickin- son. PIERRELATE. France A desd man teealiy in 3 local election here. Hector Rousian, BO cast his ballov early by mail and died tie next day. His was considered valid. Cops presented TABER (HN'Sl more of the Lo-o-ong souvenir caps, the Bra to mayor of West Covina. Calif.. Richard Oldenberg. the second to Fred Weisse ri the Coleman Grands, have been presented. SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfair Theatre "THE HOT In color. Starring Robert Redford end George Segal. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Janu- ary IS, 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WHAT'S IT DOC" In color. Starring Ryan O'Neal and Earbra Streisand. Thursday, Friday and Ssnrday. Janu- ary 16. 19 and 20. Thursday show at p m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "THEY CALL ME TRINITY" In Thursday. Fri- day and Saturday. January 19 ana 20. Thursday show Et p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "KANSAS CITY BOMBER" In color. Starring Raquel Welch and Kevin McCarthy. Thursday. Friday ard Satur- day. January IS. IP and 10. Thursday show's at and p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. Complete sellout in sight KGLEWOOD. 'AF1 A tef'-ih -scheduled concen by the Rolling Stones was nearly sold out to rock who paid more than hak" s. m'l- lion dollars for tickets to the benefit event Thursday night. Thousands of frns. of whom had camped out for sev- c :c ;hrojgi :h? chilly nieht end a grey, rainy day to pay from S10 to SI09 per seat A complete gross in i what backers describe as the most money ever prodded Iroia j a rock benefit. j Net proceeds will be chan- nelled to victim? of the Nlcara- guan earthquake. Tne New York for oesh are said to have crossed about S240.POO. The Stones are led by Mick Jaeger, whose wife, Eianca, is a Nicaraguan. Quick divorce for Jane Fonda SANTO DOMINGO CAP' Actress Fonda got a quick divorce from Roger tie French movie director she mar- ried in a court source re- ported. Miss and Tom Hav- den, a fellow anti-war have announced plans to mar- ry. The source said Miss Fonda arrived here using the "Jane S. Miss Fonda ar.d Hayden i pews corierence in N e w York earlier this month at which she called for renewed pressure on President Xiipn to end the Vietnam war. HOLLYWOOD (AP) The most expensive voting tam- :paign in the world? That title could v.ell belong to (he 45th annual Oscar race which is oil and running. The film companies spend about SI million to tout their achievements to the 3.123 vot- ing members of the Acafeniy of Motion Pictures Aris and Sciences. Thai's about S3.000 per vote. Where does the money go? In special screenings, trade paper ads. newspaper ads. p'jb- Uic-ists' salaries, mail cam- paigns. Is the outlay it? Tne answer is z resounding yes to the winner The French Connection, last year's big winner, added more than million in income for Ceniury-Fox after it coUecied Oscars for best picture, best ac- tor Gene and best William Fnedkin. The froni-rupjier this year Is Tre Godfather. You don't have to try as hard when you're No. but Paramount isn't neglect- i; ihe race. "We'll have a very low-key said a spokesman "We've sent persons] leners "o voters inviting them to screenings if they haven't seen The Godfather or if they'd like to it again. The nomination? wffl not be announced until Feb. 12. but its nominees can be guessed Here is how they look to this observer, more or less in order of probability. five ir, each category will be nom- inated: picture: The Godfather, Cabaret. Sounder. Sleuth. Fren- rv. Deliverance. Buaerfhea Are Free, Travels with My Aunt. Young Winston, Man if. La Mancha. Best aclor: Marlon Brando and Al Pacino. The Godfather; Laurence Olivier and Michael Cains. Sleolh: Jon VoLght, De- lirerance: Peter OToole. The Ruun? Class or Man of La Mancha: Charles Grodjn, Tne Hearbreak Kid: Paul Winfield. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short subiecU Sounder; Walter MaUhau, Pete 'n' 711116; Edward Albert, But- terflies ne Free. Best actress: Cicely Tyson. Sounder: Liza Minelli. Cabaret: Diana Lady Sings the Blues; Maggie Smith, Travels ivith My Aunt; Liv Ullmaan, The Emigrants; Joanne Wooc- v.-ard, The Etfect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Mwin Mari- golds: Tuesday Weld, Play 11 As It Lays; Carol Burnett, Pete 'n Tillie; Goldie Havn, But- terflies Are Free: Sophia Loren Man of La Mancha. Best director: Francois Ford Coppola. The Ckidiaiher; Al- fred Hitchocck, Frenzy-; Bob Fosse. Cabaret; Mania Ritt, Sounder: John Boorman, De- liverance: Joseph Mantiewicz, Sleuth: George Cukor. Travels n-ith My Aunt: Elaine May. The Heartbreak Kid; George Roy Hill, Sia'jghterhouse-five: Ron- ald Xeamc. The Poseidon Ad- venture Last complete Acult. Not Suiiabie for Cnildra CINEMA "Gone Wiui Tbe Oce Complete Show Adult rOLI.FGE CTSE.MA Shon S f :ffi "Portnoy'5 Complaint" 7.15. Last Complete Sboir Restricted Adult COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT- CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PU3LIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Facility Thurs.. Jon. 18 Fri., Jan. 19 Sal. N c c- -i He FRITZ SICK POOL Neon Hcur S-siTI 12-1 D.m. ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTSE CIVIC ICE CENTSE NOTE: There v, ill br np public ;1 a''n3 at ParV Ice Co'ilre Flidcy. Jo-uory 1 frcrr to p.m. due to a previous becking commitment. PHILIPS "Tl" Take Time lo Build tht rniLir j y00 lne ,msi) in Slfreo cntt now Ervailoble at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th SI. N. Phone 327-4979 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 56 NO5. IN 57 NOS. S125 IN 58 N05. IF no bingo called after 58 numbers we wilt continue For 550 BONUS JACKPOT 51 NOS. NO ONE UNDEH 16 TEAKS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. 16 CHARADES FRIDAY, JAN. 19 CHARADES SATURDAY, JAN. 20 RAYMOND CANADIAN! CAESAR'S CELLAR CABARET AT THE i PARK PLAZA NOW' OPEN Wed., Fri, Sot. LADIES' FREE EVERY WED. and FRI. This week featuring "TAMARAX" THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Iht AZTEC LOUNGE UPTOWN COUNTRY MUSIC by "LANCE RILEY" .'a-i. 23 Sun., Jm. 21 Von., .'an. 22 F.blif n ths CABARET THURSDAY. FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted 'NATURAL GAS' From CALGARY TONIGHT ond SATURDAY at the 733 13th St. N. Members and Their Guests Only! paramount NOW SHOWING at ond p.m. TheyVe not cool slick heroes. They're worn, tough men and that's why they're so dangerous. ADULT NOT SUITABl! FOR CHILDREN KILL COSBY .HOKKltT CULP TONITE thru SAT. ol 8 P.M. ONLY MATINEE'SATURDAY AT i P.M. I WINNER OF 10 ACADEMY AWARDS! ADULT DAVID O.SELZNICK-S AT 8 P.M. DAILY ft" "GONE WITH THE WIND pafaitioOnt Sat. and Sun. AT P.M. ONLY r A. t i Di, STS Saturday Only AT P.M. The animal kingdom escapes from the zoo winds up in everybody's TONITE thru SAT. ot ond p.m. with RICHARD BENJAMIN KAREN BLACK ;