Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Forlime teller calls It right REDON, France (Reu'.er) i nights later the young raaji re- Josephine Desjardins, a 90-year- turned to her booth armed with I old fortune teller, told a client a knife, aid made Iwr hard over live cold coins and more than in cash. here he would sooon have a large amount of money. A few TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Viva 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A mod- ern day Mexican general and his men fake their way across the Alamo. CRLME ptreets of San Francisco, p.m., Ch. 13. A headstrong rookie policewoman who is out to get the man who killed her roommate. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. MLke Connors is featured in a musical comedy sketch about Sonny and Cher at the White House. COMEDY: M.A.S.H, S p.m., Ch. 7. Leslie Nielsen as a casualty callous colonel whom the medics want to take out of action. CRIME DRAMA: Columbo, p.m., Ch. 13. Columbo investigates the case of a fading actress and a Hollywood gossip columnist whose hated of each other culminates in murder. CRIME DRAMA: The FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A vengeful son of a crippled miner who's out to even his father's score by terrorism and extortion. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Two brothers in the Mafia disagree on priority of loyal- ties io their own family or the "Brotherhood.'1 MOVIE DRAMA: ''The a.m., Ch. 7. A blend of sex and violence in a rambling tale about the jet set and a South American country torn by revolution. SATVRDAY SPOKT: Figure Skating, 12 noon. Ch. 7. Highlights of the championships held in the Vancouver Forum. SPORT: Snowmobile Races, p.m., Ch. 13. High- lights of the international classic held at Peterborough, Ont ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings riBBiuim feted by the radio and tetoviimn italion. Any variation in program icheduk ii to kitt- mhioh) thonfla by Hi. station and U not Hit rejpon- fibflity of riw Herald or Anglo Stem and Ccntn. CHEC if e-i Dt--jz SNan-'in Cf-'E-rr-s-v Srs-'s; VL-SIC FRIDAY NIGHT PEL1! SATURDAY ChEC-FW Euri'l SATURDAY 7W-, if CHEC FM if V.OV. 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Malone. president snd general manager of FP publi- cations Ltd said his company wants to retain ownership of 17 per cent of the shares of a Cal- gary cable television company in order ;o keep its toe in the field. Community Antenna Tele- vision Ltd.. which serves the south half of Calgary. the CRTC to delete a clause in its licence which requires FP Put- !i cations to divest itself of its s'rarcs before the licence needs to be renewed July 31. Mr. Malone said no one knows the future relationship between the newspaper business and cablevision. It might be that cablevision companies will supply nevts for newspapers directly to subscribers by their csbe services, or by newscasts prepared by newspapers or news agencies, he said. He said he is e director of The Canadian Press and had discussed several possibilities for future development, but the future was unclear. Community Antenna was founded in Calgary- with finan- cial backing by Max Bell, late publisher of the Calgary Alher- tan. and R. A. Brown. Jr. late owner of Home Oil who sold his interest through Cygnus Corp. to Consumers' Gas Co. of Toronto. SEEKS APPROVAL The cablevision company also sought CRTC approval of a transfer of the indirect control owned by Cygnus to Consumers' Gas firm the late Mr. Bro'.vn. Thro-JEh the Bell estate's m- terest in FP Publications, the latter company now owns about 17 per cent of the shares of Community Antena. but Mr. Malone said FP Publications behind bank loan gup.r- anrces to the cablevision corn- pan v in excess of its equity in- terest. FP PublicE'.ion; does not war.t to donu'rare any neus media interest outside i's own newspapers, and is happy with its minority position in Coniu- niry Antenna. Mr. Malone said. He added that the require- ment that it divest iise'-f of its shares in :he cablevision firm was not contemplated when the firm got its original licence. He eiso said it seemed unfair thai F? Publications be forced to sell when Kher publishing companies were licensed as owners or part owners of broad- casting interests in other parts i of the country. Section, too, by Lament John- son. Try to catch this one next time around. THE BAD: Worfo speak loud- er than action in Portnoy's Con-plaint. Which suggests that Philip Roth is better read than obscene. A major contributor to the disintegration of the film is Richard Benjamin. Benjamin is a wind-up doll of an actor: you wind him up and Alexanc-jr Portnoy be- comes a plastic whine. Earen Black almost makes Portnoy worth seeing, but that excellent actress Lee Grant droNTis in the chicken soup of a standard Hollywood borscht cir- cuit Jewish mother Roth's hilarious savagery has been excised and since Ernest boih wrote and direct- ed ihls mes? the explicit profan- ity of the marie should be di- rected at him. THE UGLY: Having served up the spaghetti, western Italian morie makers are now preoccupied with instant meat- ball mafiosa. Dino de Laurentiis who pro- daced Bitter Rice and the mem- orable La Strada is now re- duced to gansbusters con san- gre and The" Valachi Pspers. Charles Bronson has replaced Clint Eastwood as Italy's favor- ite money making import. Here he is required io wade stolidly through assorted knif- ings, gunnings beatings and garrotingr. Walter Chiari is the oniv act- LABOR t CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLU5ROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "MUSK UNLIMITED" Members ond their invited guests H f .Mc Tht 7.N .'i SOUTHERN ALBERTA tHEATItfS CARDSTON Mayfalr Theatre "THF: HOT ROCK'1 In Robert Kwiford and George Segal. Friday end Ssturday. 13 and 19. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WHAT'S UP. DOC" In cdor. Statvir.g Bsr'ora j-j-ois- and liynii O'.No.il. and .lanuaiy is) and :o. Friday shows at and S'W p.m. Maiinco Saturday at p.m. Fanuly. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THEY CALL ME TRINITY1' In color. 1-Yidny aral Saturday. January ]9 and SI Krirfay shows at and P'W p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Afto.-iwon Matinee at pm. 'THF, MISSOURI TIUVn.KR" In Stnvrinp tx-o Marvin and Brnndon di-Wildc. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "KANSAS CITY HOMHKR" In color. Sl.irrini: Raqm-l M'l'U-li ami Kevin .MoC.ulliy. l-Vulay and Salurilay. Janu- ary 19 and 20. Friday shows at ami p m. Aiiull Not Snilablo For Cliildron. Special Matinee Salun'ny, Januaty Jo at pin. "MAHA, OK THE Wll.niil'i- Nl'SS" in CBC needs the money TORONTO CCP) CBC Pres- ident Laurent Picard said Thursday the corporation has ro plans for out of com- mercial television. Discussing fugscsions that the CBC should "be entirely fi- nanced from public funds, he ;o'id the Broadcast Executives Society tha: he sees "much more important'' thinss for the CBC to do. me wasts to look s; all priorities I would feel in- clined to suggest ihai getting cut of commercial revenue should sit very low in that Esc. "I don't deny that at some point the corporation might hive to review that position. But for the momeai I think that the demands which are put on the corporation are so wide ihsi to ge; Kit of commercial revenue should not' be given much serious consideration this time." Ke said he would agree with Pierre June.au. bead of the Ca- nadian Radio-Television Com- mission, thai he ooaM think of a future time when the CBC might be free of commercial operation and producing almost 10 0-per-cent Canadian pro- grams. "But much more study and a solution of our existing prob- lems would to be made be- fore serious thought and energy can be given to the ides.'1 he added. Picard said that to get 07 commercial TV would mesi to loss of around 540 million a ye-ir to the CBC- in revenue, but the total cost could run to between SSO million and S1W million. Todays Showtimes I'AfUMOl'XT Friday and Salnrdav Shon subjects "Hicki- ana Bojgs" Lasi complete show 9: Noi Suitable for Children Saiurdny Matinpp "Zebra in tlv Kiiciien" O.io Slow 1: PAK.AMOVXT CINEMA Friday Tno OM Complete Show SA Snuird.iv Wiih ihe Wind'1 Conuilolc Shows Adult Saturday Maiinrr "Cnino Vvilh rise Wind'' r. Ono Comilcto Show roi.i.Kc.i-: CINEMA V'rid.iy and Saturday Siori'Subkvis Complaint" Uist Comploto Slww Host rioted Adult Salurilay Mnlinof "Zobrj ir, iJn- Kiiolien Ow Complrte [or to emerge vith any defmi- lion, but by the time be be- comes the victim of a revclt- mg castralion the senses are so dulled that the audience 'emerges from the blood bathos betrayed and exhausted into :weak laughter. THE GREAT: The near and nol-so U to be found in the Big Four from M.G.M. Third in the package (following Dr. Zhivago and Space Odyssey j is the time- proven classic Gone Vuth the j Wind. It will find again a audience among the youns. an I audience joined by the nostalgic i faithful. N'eit up. Byaa's Daugh- ter. ON TOUR: Theaire Calgary's Childrens' Company coming to local junior high schools at the beginning of Februar.-. Toe j company is presenting a new CacaC'lan play Mr. Xordquist Remembers written by Calgary free-lance writer Claudia Gib- sin. Financial assistance for the 1 tour comes from the Junior Leaeue of Calvary and schools which have net yet booked a performance could Theatre Cal- gary at 262-21146. Could be ar- f C 0 IN G: Arrangements have been made by Marie I Jodiffe for a bus to travel to I Calgary for the Royal Winnipeg i Ballet's performance, Friday j January 26 performance at the i Jubilee Auditorium. Ticket sr-' i ranaemeats for students and chaperones will be made by Mrs. Jouiffe trot ot'rers wish- ing to travel m> on the bus are to call the Bay Ticket Wicket to reserve seats for the performance. number is 262-7761. Fuller deiaiis are available by railing the ins Council's B'ovvman Centre of- fice, 327-26-.-1. HAPPENING: Tonight a; the Vates Pianist Waller Hopsick in recital for the Overture Con- cert series At the Bos-man Ans Centre a reception for I past, present and future mem- bers of Playgoers to launch the 50th anniversary' celebrations Sunday at 2 p.m. readings j for Plsvgoer's production of Oil What A LoveK War in the Bow- man Gallery Tussoay. at the Vates arcuil Churchill High School Folk Fes- tival Wednesday. Yaies. the University of Lethbridge Concert series with Howard Leyton-Brcwn. violinist and Chapman, piano. HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Jane Fonda and Marlon Brando were Lhe world's most popular female and male Elm stars last year, as shown by a world-vide sun-ey conducted by Reuters news agency for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association I Tne two are to receive Golden Globe awards as ''world film favorites" at a banquet to be held here Jan. 28. Brando was carried to (he top position by the runaway success of The Godfather, already es-1 Illes SU.lt lablished as the most profitable i film ever made. Candid. Camera producer Actor engaged to ad girl YUMA, Ariz. fAP) Actor Lee Majors says he may prise a few people'' and marry in June. Majors, here to film scenes for the motion picture Cyborg, says he is engaged io Farrah Fawceti of Los Angeles, a blonde irequently seen in tooth- paste ?jid cigar advertisements. Majors. S3. says the picture will be as an ABC Morie of the Week ana is to be used ES a pilot for i weekly tele- vision series. L' the project dees become a series, he says he will lesve the television series Owen Marshall and star in tre new one. NEW YORK sion producer Allen A. Funt ol Candid Camera fame filed suit yesterday for S105 minion which he claims was stolem from him by his former accoun- tant. The action WES brought against Joan Goldes, wife of Seymour Goldes. By court order, she was named guartiign of her husband's prop- erty after he was declared in- competent to manage Ihe prop- erty by himself. FTTJI charged that between 1951 and last September the ac- countant stole approximately SI.5 million from him and hii prcducticn company A II a n A, Funt Productions inc. Goldes was indicated on five counts of grand larceny and is awaiting trial. THE GARDEN HOTEL Presents RON aiid the OUTLAWS TONIGHT AND SATURDAY For Your Listening Enjoyment! THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL "AZTEC LOUNGE UPTOWN COUNTRY MUSIC by "LANCE RILEY" CABARET "TREE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY S, SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyons Admitted Free of Chajca How to make your home safer Tne best v.sy creipen' 2 the home is aware of The free bcosiet "Horn? puts you in the krc-w. Pick ur crcy your local CcHcdian C'Vrce. cr write or our pL'h: Infor-iEiion Decar.rner1! in Another Public Service c; canaoian ujesrern narurai.oas companv umireo S.i..1.9 llterKnt 191! paramount college cinema ir, S-. 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