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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saiurdoy. joni'tiry 30, 1973 T HIGHLIGHTS Funny iuce cr c United S'-'es g-c-dr-cvner w'-ose cc'-ed Her c fo SATl'UDAY SPORT: MIL IkKki-v. li p.m.. Ch. 7. Tho New York Rangers meet the Cx'.r.iu'ks in V.iranuer SPKCIAL: Marleno 6 p.m.. t'h. 9. A U.S. debut for the famous l-'s a one-uoman feat-jring songs she has presented in the U.S. and abrocd sinie Uis Fifties COMEDY: Bridgci Bciiiie. Ch. 13. Ozzie Nelson, Ray W'alston .' Cai-ter iippear in liiis stoiy about a lost engasemer.i SPECIAL: Inauguration. fi. 9. Filmed highlights of the inaugural HichanS Nixoi; stardng his second lerm as a the U.S. DRAMA: Police Suixfon. f-m., Cb 13. cover of a government spy tryir.i: u> Lmiitrate [he is uii- knott-ingly endangered by Dan .r. COMEDY: Sanford and ?on. p.m., Ch. 13 Fred, has a wild scheme to keep Lr-iwn; from learning who broke his valuable porcelain MOVIE WESTERN: "The Hi-si." 10 p.m.. Ch. 7. The story of a perilous wagon-trim joi-ney from Missouri to Oregon in the MOVIE COMEDY: "I Love My Hife." 9 p.m., Ch. 13- A philandering doctor v, ho sol.ioe v.-ith a ac'.ress. MOVI9 DRAMA: "To Sir W-ih miilnight. Ch. 13. Sidney Poitier si.TS in of a teacher of slum lads in a London high DR.LMA: "In C-Jlii Rlocnl." a.m., Ch. T. A true-Lie murder srory about a SUNDAY SPORT: MIL Hockey. io a.m.. Ch. 9. The Minnesota Nonh Stars meet ihe Red Wbgs b Dsrroit. SPORT: Hockey, i: nwin. Ch. T. The Er.giard IThaJers zneei ihe Jeis L- SPORT: Football. 1 p.m.. Ch. I. AFC and NTC clash in the Pro Bov.l at Dallas. DOCUMENTARY: The Challenging Sea. 4 p.m., Ch. 13. The many functions of the are examined. SCIENCE: Mfdical Exploration, 4.30 p.m., Ch. T pro [i'es cf f.vo reHowned medical Hward F-or- ey and Pasteur. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Crooked Hearts." 5 p.m.. Ch. 13. A pair of schemers who try ID cop each other's imagined wealth. FAMILY: florid of Disney, 6 p.m.. Ch. T. Disrey mem- ories are packed into this SOU anniversary salute with clips galore. CIDCE Mod Squad. p.m.. Ch. 13. Child beatinc li the menace explored in this Qrama. ADVENTURE: The Briichcombors, 7 p.m.. Ch. 7. Hugh is in love but his feiir of joining a secret club out. HISTORICAL: Tile Britisll Empiro, p.m., Ch. 13. "The Lois: Farewell'' traces the Briiish withdrawal from India. V-UHETY: Jnlip Andrews. 8 p.m On. 7. Jim Nabors, ,e tlornie and Maria von Trapp are the special guests C'HIMK DRA.MA: Mannix. p.m.. Ch, 13. ns a prostitute to help break up a narcotics ring. SPOUT: Fignrr 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the final competition in the Canadian Figure Skating Champion- ships in Vancouver. COMEDY: A Touch of Grace. p.m.. Ch. 13. Grace is plannmg to sneak olf with her gentleman friend for a KeA-end together. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Finian's Rainbow." a.m., Ch. 7. A ronoiu! pasroral fintasy about leprechauns and buried gold. MONDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Greene ES an aging farmer inrrigued and tormented by a young unwed mother. Service station death forecast CALGARV (CP> The Al- berta service station mdustiT nil! tK in little more than a year if the provincial govem- of gasoline, ssys Dick- 511. nee-president of the Auto- ment doesn't regulate the sale ir.ctire RetsjJers" .issociafcicn ol Mr. DLTp" said the govern- ment m'J5t act on the recom- mends'ipns of (he McKenzie re- port which called for a service station operators' bill of rights. 1 The report said present lease- contract conditions amounted to "economic since [he major oil companies controlled the price of gasoline sold in ev- er.' service station in the prov- ince. It suggested the ties that 1 bmd dealers to the refiners should be severed. 1 There are many instances where ofl companies are com- peeing with their OHTI dealers. Dixon said In an inter- view. PLAYGOERS MAIL THIS COUPON MEETING and AUDITIONS for the productions of "Black Comedy" and "Oh, What A Lonely War" BOWMAN ART CENTRE SUNDAY, JAN. 21 -2p.m. ALL WELCOME ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINstakes 1973, A.- of -_.., i t _... 5 JI2C i c-Ctr sa.-at Departing March 17 by Deluxe Hiway Cruller ADCRHSS ___ __ OR THIS ONE SEE Lcs Vesci, ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS FV KINslakes Y P.O. Enx 1972. Wte P'easa lenr i t.cvet i: :o TOTAL NAME ___________ ADDBES3 PBCVINCE ESCORTED: 9 fyn 'liiec cc7i CT50 A lew las J I 07 OR THIS ONE ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS KINstakes P.O. 1973, Edrncntcr. AJberta Piffjje je-r :.-e c! (Check 2 NORTH TO ALASKA SEE: Rjperf, eri INCLUDES: rerrr DEPARTING: July 7 c-c Auguit :-n AJ low 01 for FREf Brcxhvn CWt Tetir or. The Lethbridge Sketch Club will hold a special session of ART CLASSES MONDAYS for 10 Weeks with MR. VLADIMIR FIAIA insrturting IN FIGURE DRAWING Mr Fie i. r.'.sr Reg'itrQtioni Monday, Jen. 22 7.30 p m. Kon Clan Mtrr.bsrl Present Clnsj S10 t -cdels w I bs fso'ured Classes slorl Mon., Jon. 29 p.m. Must havt at leasf TO perfani to hold dais. PIEASE NOTE! Wed., Jon. Mi. John Sidorenko will on hand to art at critic end in- itrudor ct the club i Wed. Night Workshop-, p.m Open to oil members Bring your suppl Mr. Sidorenko it a graduate of Ihe Aiberia College of Art. For KINSMEN throughout Alberta 1st PRIZE 2nd PRiZE 3rd PRIZE 5 DRAWS EACH FINAL DRAW MARCH 8. 1973 ASSOCIATION OF KINSMEN CLUBS (Alberta) PO. Br.i J57J. Zd-r.rtnn. A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1161 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDC. PHONE 328-3000 DON'T MISS IT LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION fecond Concert of the Season Presents AN OPERA FN THREE AaS BY CHS1STOFHER GiuCB FSATLrED CAST. C- T -r- V-- Scr-3-3 A LINDA JOHSEON ACCCVPAN'WENT- CLi