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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Final CTV link completed Joan Waterfield Friday, January It, 1074 - THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD - 5 Liberace sued TORONTO (CP) - Murray Chercover, president of the CTV Television Network Ltd., has signed a nine-vear microwave contract with CN Telecommunications to connect CJON-TV in St. John's, Nfld., with the networlc's affiUate CJBC-TV, in Sydney, N.S. The contract includes two-way transmission facility and is the final link in the chain that gives the network full microwave facilities from Newfoundland to British Columbia, a CTV news release said. Plan audience attraction film test ^lilt"''^^'' A group of pictures that are not based on the lowest common denominator^ of the human mind, that don't devote themselves to obscenity for the sake of obscenity, to sex, for the sake of sex, to violence for the sake of violence, to CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS I'MKiTinis .lie li'^h'd by (ho R.iriio and Television Sl.il inns Ally v.ir i.itioii in program srheriulf is due lo last iMiniilr changes hy the stations and is not the respon Mliility ol Ctiinook Beverages Limited or The Leth tir idge H er .1 Id FRIDAY 3:00 Jack Neufeld 5:00 News 7:00 Paul Tessler 12:00 Roy Rannlk FRIDAY NIQHT S:00 Probe 1220 5:25 Sports 5:40 Market Place 5:Sb Local News 6:00 World At Six 6:35 Jim Parsons Show 8:00 John Charles 12:30 Kevin McKenna Show CHEC ? SATURDAY 6:00 Buryl Clarke 12:00 John Oliver 12:30 News 6:00 Paul Tessler . 12:00 Roy Rennlok CJOC ? SATURDAY 6:00 News 6:05 Jack Thys ' 7:30 News, Wthr, Sports 10:05 Qord Whitehead 12:00 News 3:00 John Charles 5:15 Soccer Results 5:40 Sports 5:53 News CHBC'PM 100.9 MONDAY ttiru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman FRIDAY NIQHT 6:00 World at Six 6:30 As It Happens 8:03 BIstween Ourselves 9:00 Music West 10:00 News, Sport, Wthr. 10:10 From the Capitals 10:15 Five nights a Week 10:30 My Word 11:00 News 11:03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6:03 Sounds Like Saturday CBR 6 p.m.-l a.m. Deil-0 SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-l a.m. Oell-0 I SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores < (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus (German Program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l 2 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 8:00 News 8:45 Notice Board 9:00 News 9:10 Sounds Like Saturday 9:30 Family Favorites 10:03 The Country In the Morning (Pt. 1) 10:59 Time Signal 12:10 Our Native Land$ 2:00 Metropolitan Operas 6:10 Symphony Hall Special ONLY 3i89' FLUX DEP. * Canada Dry * Lo-CalAla * Tahiti Treat * Wink at all participating Dealaral CJOC*'rv Channal 7 (Cablavlalon Ch. 0) FRIDAY 5:00 Hollywood Squares 5:30 CJOC News 6:00 Chase 7.00 Mannix 8:00 All In The Family 9:30 M.A.S.H. 9:00 Tommy Hunter 10:00 Trudeau Press Conference 10:30 Delilah 11:00 News 11:20 P.M. 12:00 Movie: . The 25th Hour SATURDAY 8:30 Tales of the CPCN-TV Lathbrids* Channal Rlverbank 9:00 Uncle Bobby 9:30 Jeannie 10:00 Flintstones 11:00 Yogis Gang 11:30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 12:00 Spiderman 12:30 Safety Roundup 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Commonwealth Games 3:30 Edinburgh Revisited 4:00 Curling Championship 5:00 Bugs Bunny 13 (CaMavlalen Ch.�) FRIDAY SATURDAY 8:25 Thought for Day 4:30 Mod Squad 8:30 University of the Air 5:30 Doctor In the House 9:00 Star Trek 5:55 News 9:30 Archie Show 6:30 Sanford & Son 10:00 Buckshot 7:00 Movie: 10:30 Watervilie Gang Skyway to Death 11:00 Puppet People 8:30 On the Buses 11:30 Fanlastica 9:00 Ryan's Fancy 12.00 You Really Can 9:30 Kreskin 12:30 Nuts N Bolts 'N Things 10:00 The World of Kung Fu 1:00 Outdoor Sportsman 11:00 News . 1:30 Sports Digest 11:20 News 2:00 Wrestling 12:00 Double Bill 3:00 Roller Derby 1. Dracula I 4:00 Animal World 2. Dracula's Daughter 4:30 Wide World of Sports KRTV Qraat Palla Channal 3 (Cablavlalon Ch. 0) FRIDAY 9:30 Fat Albert 5:00 Hee Haw 10:00 Flintstones 6:00 Movie: 10:30 Bailey's Comets The Undefeated 11:00 Reach Out 8:00 Trial by Wiidrness 11:30 Pink Panther 9:00 News 12:00 Inch High. 9:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Addams Family 1:00 Emergency Pius 4 SATURDAY 1:30 Butch Cassidy 5:00 CGF Teiecourse 2:00 Star Trek 6:00 Scooby Doo 2:30 Jetsons 7:00 My Favorite Martian . 3:00 Lassie 7:30 Jeannie 3:30 News 8:00 Speed Buggy 4:00 Barnaby Jones 8:30 Josie and Pussycats 5:00 Lawrence Welk KFBB Oraat Mia Channal S (CaMavlalon Ch. 11) FRIDAY 5:30 Yogi's Gang 5:00 News 6:00 Super Friends 5:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 6:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Goober and the 6:30 Six Million Ghost Chasers Dollar Man 7:30 Odd Couple 8:00 Toma 9:00 News 9:30 Movie: tkflurders In Rue Morgue SATURDAY 4:55 News 5.00 Bugs Bunny 8:00 Brady Kids 6:30 Mission: Magic 9:00 ABC Movie 10:00 American Bandstand 11:00 T.B.A. 11:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 2:00 Wide World of Sports 3:30 Reasoner Report 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 Sonny and Cher TV highlights FRIDAY CRIME DRAMA: Chase, 6 p.m., Cfa. 7. Chase's unit is in pursuit of a crooked lawyer with a lucrative practice. COMEDY: Sanford and Son, 6:30 p.m., Ch. 13. Fred gets into a dispute with his neighbor over the boundary dividing their properties. CRIME DRAMA: Mannix, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Mannix Joins a band of freedom fighters in an effort to save their ailing leader's life. MOVIE DRAMA: "Skyway to Death". 7 p.m., Ch. 13. An aerial tramway goes awry hundreds of feet above jagged mountains and an approaching windstorm adds to the difficulties of a' rescue party. COMEDY: M*A*S*H. 8:30 p.m., Ch. 7. The comedy centres around the efforts to get prohibited plastic surgery for a private with a prominent nose. DOCUMENTARY: World of Kung Fu, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A penetrating look at the traditions and techniques of the world's latest sensation-Kung Fu. SPECIAL: 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A press conference by Prime Minister Trudeau. MOVIE DRAMA: "The ZSth Hour", 12 midnight. Cfa. 7. A World War II story about a Romanian peasant sent to a German labor camp. DOUBLE MOVIES: 12 midnight and 1:30 a.m., Ch. 13. A couple of horror shows and the first is "Dracula" and the second is "Dracula's Daughter". SATURDAY SPORT: Commonwealth Games. 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Canadian swimmers in the Games trials taped in New Westminster, B.C. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, 4:30 p.m., Ch. 13. Wrist-wrestling and international ski jumping from Innsbruck, Austria. LABOR CLUB Corner 2ncl Ave. and 13tn St. N. Weekeno tntartainment In Tha Clubrooma^ Friday and Saturday January 18th and 19th "Country Blues" Members and Their Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON-Mayfair Thaatra "BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES" - In color. Starring Roddy McDowall, Lew Ayres and Natalie Trundy. Friday and Saturday. January 18 and 19. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD-Empraaa Thaatra "LIVE AND LET DIE" - In color. Starring Hoger Moore as Agent 007, James Bond. Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19. Friday show at 8:00 p.m. ADULT. Not Suitable For Children. Special Matinee, January 10. "CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG" in color. Starring Dick Van Dyke. Saturday at 2:00 p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER-Sunland Thaatra "THE NEPTUNE FACTOR" - In color. Starring Walter Pigeon and Yvette Mimieux. Friday, January 18 show at 8:30 p.m. FAMILY. pincher creek-Fox Thaatra "A TOUCH OF CLASS" - In color. Starring George Segal and Gtenda Jackson., Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. ADULT. "EASY COME. EASY GO" - In color. Starring Elvis Presley. "Saturday show at 2:00 p.m. FAMILY. TABER-Towar Thaatra "NAPOLEON AND SAMANTHA" - In color. Starring Michael Douglas and Johnny Whitaker. Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p.m. FAMILY. racism, to divisiveness, to ex-ploititivesness, and what not, can attract a major audience. That's what producer Ely Landan says, believes, and that's what he is about in the creation of the American Film Theatre. AMF is a subscription series of eight filmed plays designed, says Landau, "to feed the intellectual curiosity of audiences." Will it work? Let's look at the product being offered "our intellectually curious audience". The first production, a gripping adaptation of one of Eugene O'Neill's best plays, The Iceman Cometh. Here's Fredric March, Robert Ryan, Bradford Dillman, Lee Marvin, Jeff Bridges, a superlative cast let loose in O'NeiU's four-hour marathon of pipedreams. There's Paul Scofield, Kathertne Hepburn, Kate Reid, Joseph Cotton, Lee Remick in Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance. There's Pinter's The Homecoming, directed by the brilliant Peter Hall, Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill's beautiful musical Lost in the Stars, Zero Mostel in Rhinoceros, Stacy Keach as Luther. All of this demands something more than a passive audience. It asks that an audience stretch itself, refuse to be played upon, but the rewards, as m live theatre are manifold. AMF asks for an audience of 500 to 750 twice a month and it's getting them. Will the small exhibitor go for it. He has. If he has, for the basest motive that he wants to see his theatre filled, that's fine. But it is a fact that the exhibitor in the smaller community is fed up, embarrassed and distressed at the junk he is pressured to show in his house and would welcome somethtaig he could be proud of. It is also a fact that however willing, the exhibitor must face pressure from major distributors who don't want the playing tbne of their own features cut into. Is it financially feasible for Landau? He believes so when his stars, the cream of the profession, back him by working for "peanuts". Is it possible for Lethbridge and for the conmiunity that supports and surrounds it? Need must be expressed before initiation. Indifference does permit the lively growth of the performing arts here, and it forbids the bringing of the best to this community.  *  ' Actress into author, and if ever a book cried out for screen treatment it is Joan Blondell's Centre Door Fancy. A star of the golden age of movies who still survives to-brighten television, her novel is obviously her story. There's the husband who is the cameraman, the one the star crooner, the third a great showman wo went into hock to finance his big ^ movie in widescreen. There's a prime description ol the whispery - Show Times Friday, January 18 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: 7:00 9:00 DEADLY TRACKERS: 7:15 9:20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: 7:15 9:30 AMERICAN GRAFFITI: 7:40 10:00 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEOE CINEMA Short Subjects: 7:00 9:05 JEREMY: 7:35 9:40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Presents-in the. . . lUTEC LOUNGE Piano and Vocals by . . . BobftLindi in the... CABARET Kithy&thi Kool Aid Kids THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. voiced actress who pinched husband number two and insisted on always calling him by his full first name, and we all know who that is. But what is best in the book is the description of family life on the old vaudeville circuit. This is the type of thing that at one time would have been a June Haver musical, now it can be looked at honestly and there's the makings of another Paper Moon in the story. *   What a great loss Canada has suffered in the death of Andrew Allen. If ever there was a golden age of Canadian radio it was in the great "stage" series of the forties. For these alone Allen would be memorable, but in the years since his productions, his essays have flowed into this culturally thirsty land. Allen was a disciplined man, but warm withal. This story told on This Country in the Morning the other day. Lome Green working with Allen found the director's habit of calling him "Mr. Green" somewhat offputting. To the request that he be addressed as "Lome", Allen replied that he preferred to be Mr. Allen working with Mr. Green, but, he added, . . . "after rehearsal Andrew would be delighted to buy Lome a drink." This Saturday evening starting at 8 p.m. CBR will carry a tribute to Andrew Allen. The first hour will be of his great production of The Heart of Darkness, the second will tell Allen's own story. For Allen, his epitaph should read, "he opened minds", and what man could ask to do more than that. Ballerina dies at 80 ROME (Renter) - One of Europe's most famous ballerinas, German-bom Clothilda Sakharoff, 80, has died here, hospital officials reported Monday. Mrs. Sakharoff and her husband, Alexander, danced in theatres throughout Europe, Japan, and North and South America, becoming famous for their style of free movement and expression, opposed to the traditions of classical ballet. Alexander died here 10 years ago. Mamie okay WASHINGTON (AP) -Mamie Eisenhower, widow of President Dwight Eisenhower, has been released after a two-week stay at Walter Reed Army Hospital for "a periodic physical evaluation." The 77-year-old former first lady was reported by a hospital spokesman to have come through the tests with "everything OK." REGISTER INVENTOR The cash register was invented by James Ritty, an Ohio saloon keeper, to keep his bartenders honest. LOS ANGELES (Renter) Pianist Uberace, 54, is being sued for $1.5 million by a former Moulin Rouge chorus girl who claims she was defamed by the celebrity's published account of their romance. The chorus girl, Joanne Rio Barr, 38, has files suit in Superior Court here, charging an account ot tneir relationship in Liberace's recently published autobiography had subjected her to ridicule. In suing for damages. Miss Barr claimed the account im- gied she was Liberace's girl-iend, had been unchaste and had used their relationship for her own pecuniary gain. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Contact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Jan. IB-Feb. 15 - Exhibit: Jim Smith, wood engravings; Bernard Mars, pencil drawings; U of L Gallery, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. COMING EVENTS Jan. 30 - Concert: Sherrill de Marco, coloratura, Yates Centre, 8:30 p.m. CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Museum - Hours Monday-Friday, 1-4:30 p.m., Sunday, 2-5 p.m. UKMINMN CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEABUE DANCE Polish Hall-13th St. & 8th Ave. N. Buffet Supper 8 to 9 p.m. Dance to follow - Good Music - $3.00 per person Members and Invited Guests Only THE ACTIVE 20-30 CLUB of LETHBRIDGE hat OLYMPICS! MILLION CANADA LOnEBY TICKETS Available at: BLOCK BBOS., 1240-3ri Ave. S.-rM Critak 32t-23SS AN6L0 DiSTBIBUTORS, 426-6th St S.-6e�rfe CenttiMler 32I4S7S PAAB ELECTHONICS. 1710-2ii4 Aw. S.-lwry Mier 32MS33 ROYAL BANK. ZeJtenSlwpi** Hail AboAvalliMeatCOLLEBEMALLon Thirtin, 6-9p.IR. FrMay. 6-g 9.m. Salardiy 1-4 p.ii. Mtnm ANY ACTIVE 20-30 MEMBERS     CHILDRENS SATURDAY % AFTERNOON MATINEE 4 paramount ONTHBSCRHN ' TARZAN'S LOST SAFARI In Technicolor With Gordon Scott PLUS CARTOONS Doors Opon 1:30 Show At 2:15 P.M. Only All Soatt This Show 75^ THIS WHKEND at tha LBQION Friday - Beaver Room - "Charades" Saturday - Cabaret - "Moonglows" - Vimy Lounge - "Dave Gordon Duo" MEMBERS AND iNVITED QUESTS ONLY ADULT paramount TONITE AND SAT. At 7:00-9:05 p.m. THE DEADUrTRMlCEIIS THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS SEEIN6 AND TALKING ABOUT It was the time of makin' out and cruisir ADULT paramount cinema TONITE AND SAT. At 7:1S-9:25p.m. college cinema TONITE AND SAT. AT 7:00-9:10 P.M. a'sabout the first time - you fall in love. Jeremy ^ United Artists ;