Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fill-ay, January 11, IH1 UtHMIDOl HUALD 7 HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "Sgmetklig 1 p.m., Ch. I. A TV-movie in which the Devil ie rest and terrifying to a frightened woman. Stars are Sandy Dennis and Darren Me- Gavin. COMEDY: Don Rlcklei Show, P.KI., Ch. 13. A bu- muEralic bungle calls up middteaged -Don Robinson for an army induction physical. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Carl Reiner is spe- cial guest with cameo appearances by Sue Anne Langdon and comic Slappy White. MOVIE DRAMA: "Bald on 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A World War H yarn made In 1971 with the same special visual effects that won "Tobruk" an Oscar nomination. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Hurt Ii a Lonely p.m.. Ch. 7. A moving story about the friendship between a tomboy and a deaf-mute. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Daddy In 1Z midnight, Ch. 13. A story about a Soviet agent caught between the East and the West. SATURDAY MOVIE CARTOON: Mother 11 a.m., Ch. 13. An animated adventure story which won a 1967 Academy Award. SPORT: College Basketball, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Coverage of the Bluenose Basketball competition including highlights of the final games. SPORT: Curling, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. Duke Smale of B.C. meets Dan Fink of Manitoba in CBC Championship Curling. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The Super Bowl is analysed by Howard Cosell and the U.S. Olympic figure skating at Long Beach, Calif., will be shown. The winners capture berths on the Olympic team. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings _ L.. and television m due to lait- minute changes by the stations and ij not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hegland JacK Newfeld if CHEC CHEC-FAA SATURDAY Jim Shnrer News News, sports John Charlei John Oliver Beryl clarK FRIDAY NIGHT World al 51? Request Action Line John Walker American Top 40 CJOC a.m. Doug Ander- Wayrn Barry son Show News SATURDAY News Sports News, Wthr, Sport! News if CHEC m if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. (Bob Don Hedman Don Don MacMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Playback Morning Concert Home Run News 9.30 Right M- wrong World at Six Allantlc Sympnony ..STH As It Happens Solo The Scene The Entertainers News, Sport, W1hr. Met. Opera News The Big Bands from the Capitals SATURDAY Five Nights a Week Eye Opener 3 for Record FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid srole circuitry provides 20 walls of pure stereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Other features include 2 professional VU meters, refraclomalic pinch-roller for easy t head ing, 3 head, 3 speed and 1% Sound-on-sound, separate switches for power amplifier and prc-amplifier, speaker switch for external speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, tape counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynamic mfcro- phones, connecting cord and reel caps. Suggested Price SEE THE COMPUTE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Photopiapliic Centet 419 5TH ST. S. Phone 32S-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevition Ch. 6) FRIDAY Truth or Consequences Teleprobe 7 Market Report TSA Hollywood ind Hie Mutt ley Stars (c) Penelopt Klmtja Marine Boy Tumbleweed News [C) Teleprobe 7 Our Changing World Roundup Movie: The Face Movie: Heart Is Wrestling Children's Cjnema Murder the Lonely Laugh In (c) SATURDAY Tommy Hunler (c) splderman (c) All In the Family Beatle Bailey Blue Nose Basketball Curling Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablsvliion Ch. 4) FRIDAY Fllntstones (c) Hawaii Flve-0 NEW] Icl Story Theatre News Movie: Movie: A Dandy In Mother Goose Aspic (c) Spins Digest outdoor sportsman Wrestling (c) SATURDAY Don Rlckles Show Thought lor Day Like Young Movie: The Raid Rocky and Friends Mr. chips (c) on Rommel (c) underdog Wide World of FBI (c) Call ol Ihe West Sporls (c) New! Hawkeyo Klngo Bingo KRTV Great Falli Channol 3 (Cablivision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Globelrotleri 1C) Dr. Doollllle News (c) In Ihe News 1C) Woody Woodpecker (c) Hair Bear Bunch Pink Pinlher Movie: In the News Mr. Wliard Something Elrt Pebbles Bugaloos Doris Day (c) Archie Jefsons Lishls Out Ic) Sabring Bugs Bunny News (c) Josle and Pussycats Scooby Doo (c) Tonight Show (c) Monkees Danger Is My SATURDAY You Are There Business (cl CGF Telecourse Children's Film News Ic) Harlem Fesl. Hee Haw (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevliion Ch. 11) FRIDAY News Ic) News Movie: Return the seven Odd Couple Love American Style (c) News Night Gallery Movie: Lady Possessed SATURDAY News f Jerry Lewis Road Runner Funky Phanlom Jackson 5 Bewitched Lldsvllla (c) Curiosity Shop Jonny Quest Lsncelol Link American Bandstand Roller Games Let Trevlno Golf American Adventuri Bowling Sports Arnlei Bewitched Jane Russell exhibits new talent VAN NUYS, Calif. (AP) "Jane Russell Presents Tare West Apartments two bed- rooms, all utili- ties, security." The BO-unit development in heart of Us Angeles' sub- urban San Fernando Valley Is Indeed a Jane Russell produc- tion, Indicating another talent of the bosomy beauty who be- came 3 Howard Hughes star in The Outlaw. "It's an old bobby of she remarked in the roomy Tao West apartment where she lives. "I've been studying houses all my We, and I've built sev- eral for myself. I've seen so many apartment buildings go wrong that I decided I couldn't do any worse in building one myself." She didn't consult an archi- tect. Her brother, Tom Russell, is a contractor, and together they drew up a plan. They hired an engineer to satisfy building code requirements. HAS MEXICAN LOOK "I like the trend of going back to our Spanish and Mexi- can in California build- she explained. ''I espe- cially like the New Mexico style of round poles, arches and adobe. And I like UK wall- ed front. Windows may look all right from the outside, but woo wants to sit on a porch and look out at the Taos West opened two months ago and is now three- quartcrs occupied, despite higher than average rentals and a slow apartment market. She plans more such projects but also 15 pursuing her acting career. She does occasional roles in films, television and theatre, but she doesn't have the economic pressure of most other still has a couple of years to go on the 20-year contract by which Howard Hughes pays her 000 a week. Worker killed at bush camp FORT McMURRAY (CP) Alvin E. Johnson, 30, of Good- ridge, was killed in accident at a bush camp 30 miles east of the northwestern Alberta com- munity of Fort McMurray. RCMP said Mr. Johnson was felling a tree when it struck and killed him. TO OPEN RELATIONS HONG KONG (Reuter) China and Cyprus have agreed to establish diplomatic rela- tions at ambassadorial level with immediate effect. New Belgian govt. formed BRUSSELS (AP) Gaetaa Eyskens announced Thursday he has finally succeeded in forming a new Belgium govern- ment after more than two months of negotiations. Eyskens has been at it since the election of a new Parlia- ment Nov. 7. His task was made difficult by the bitter differ- ences between the Flemings, or Dutch-speaidng Belgians, and the French-speaking part of the population. The cabinet will be another Catholic-Socialist coalition, with nine ministers from Eyskens' Catholic Social Christian party and nine from the Socialist party, and five state secretaries from each party. Prince's car racked up PORTSMOUTH, England (AP) Prince Charles bent his Aston Martin sports care in a five-vehicle pileup in Ports- mouth today but cot out unhurt. The sa-year-old heir to the throne, who is serving as a sub- lieutenant in the Royal Navy, bad stopped for a traffic light when another car hit his car from behind and pished it into the car in front. The other cars got into the tangle, but all were only slightly damaged. Cabinet quits after defeat SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) President Salvador Allende's cabinet resigned today in order to let him restructure the 13- member body following stun- ning defeats last Sunday for congressional byelections. Allende, first democratically- elected Marxist president in the Western Hemisphere, is ex- pected to announce a new cabi- net during the weekend or at government candidates in two the beginning of next week. Queen's pay envelope fatter LONDON (AP) The Queen will get the big pay increase she requested, the House of Commons has agreed, despite Opposition charges she show- ed "indecent arrogance" by not telling Parliament how much her private assets are worth. The Hous-e gave an un- opposed third reading 'o the Civil List Bill increasl-g the Queen's allowance from tne na- tion to million from million. An Opposition Labor party amendment cutting her allow- ance to million was re- jected. Julie signs deal for million LONDON (AP) Julie An- drews o! My Fair Lady and The Sound of Music has .sign- ed a contract worth million to her for a television series of song, dance and comedy. Sir Lew Grade, chief of Brit- ain's Associated Television who JULIE ANDREWS (at contract signed tire contract in Holly- wood last week, told a news conference: "This is the big- gest deal of my life." ATV has sold the show to the American Broadcasting Co. and will make about million out of it, be said. SOUMM fllBffllfl THfJWS M 0 V I F 5 YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" In Technicolor. The hunt for the great White Shark. Friday and Saturday, January 21 and 22. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "A MAN CALLED SLEDGE" In Technicolor. Starring James Garner. Friday and Saturday, January 21 and 22. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" In color. Starring Richard Harris, Sean Conncry and Samantha Eggar. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 21, 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN" In color. Starring Joe Cocker. Friday and Saturday, January 21 and 22. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "BUNNY O'HARE" In color. Starring Betty Davis and Ernest Borgnine. Friday, January 2J. Shows al and p.m. Restricted Adult. Matinee Saturday, Janu- ary 22 at p.m. "WAR WAGON" In color. Slsr- ring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. All Seals SOc. Family. The contract also stipulates that Miss Andrews mil make two full-length movies for ATV, he stated. The 24 one-hour episodes will be filmed in Hollywood, and the feature films in Britain, he said. The TV shows will be air- ed by ABC'next fall. LONDON (AP) Flown to Britain in its entirety, the Broadway production of the musical Company opened this week, and toe critics unani- mously lauded it. The Guardian said its bril- liance and "spot-on social pre- cision" put composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim into the Cole Porter class. "The perfect Manhattan said The Daily Tele- graph. "The staging is so alert, the wisecracks so pungent, the per- formers so athletically alive." "Thank God for a musica designed for mature wrote B. A. Young in The Fi nancial Times. "Thank God for a musical that deals with cur- rent social comment. Thank God for a musical in which the songs don't seem to have been dropped in like cloves into an apple pie, in which the Words of the songs are worth listen- ing to, and the tunes mem- orable more than 10 minutes after leaving the theatre. The Times applauded the show's "zest and precision" and concluded: "It looks as though we will be having the pleasure of this Company for some time." Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Dollars" Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinw "Moon Zero 2" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Skin Gaipo" Last Complclc Show TV hours extended LONDON (CP) In a move .hat will bring some comfort to both private and public broad- casters, the Eritteh government has decided to permit round- the-clock- radio and TV pro- grams but to defer indefinitely the opening of a fourth televi- sion channel. Private broadcasters, who wanted the last of Britain's available TV channels, get a consolation prize in mat they earlier were given the go-ahead for commercial radio, which is expected to become operative in 1973. inn extended TV hours also will give them more adver- tising revenue. They now have one TV chan- nel while the BBC has two. For the BBC, the announce- ment by Communications Minis- terChristopher Chataway yesterday means it can extend its radio broadcasting by three hours a day while the prospect of competition from a second commercial TV channel is de- ferred. At present the independents and one BBC channel are al- lowed 66 hours of TV broadcast- ing a week. The second BBC channel, leaning somewhat to educational and cultural pro- grams, gets 36 hours a week. The Independent Television Authority, which regulates the commercial operation, had asked that the available fourth channel be allocated 'to its broadcasters. But Chataway told Parliament he is "not per- suaded that the time has yet come to allocate me fourth net- work." The minister emphasized that no decrease will be permitted in the amount of time given to ed- ucational programs and such re- gional ones as those in the Welsh language. On the radio side, the enlarge- 'Inside job' suspected in theft EDMONTON (CP) An "in- side job" is suspected in the theft of cash and cheques to- talling from the vault of tte main post office, police said Thursday. Police and postal inspectors said they had no leads yet or the theft of five registered packages early Wednesday. The money from five loca- tions was for transfer to Ed- monton locations and for "on- going a postal spo- kesman said. Another postal official said Hie theft "puts everybody at the post office under sus- picion." MAKE UP A PARTY AND COME TO THE "EL RANCHO" featuring in the CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY "MAGELLAN" entertaining In the LOUNGE "GREG WOLSEY" and in the Outrider Tavern THURS.-FRI.-SAT. "Bert Higa" ment of hours will permit the I tween 2 a.m. and 5 a.m., which independent to broadcast be-1 now are silent. DANCE PARTY Saturday, Jan. 22-8 p.m. POLISH HALL-8fh Ave. and 13th St. N. GOOD MUSIC-LUNCH WILL IE SEtVED MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Spomortd by t'n Ukrainian Min'l Club Loyal Order Of Moose SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JAN. 22, at 9 p.m. at the Moose Hall Music by LONGACRES ORCHESTRA FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday From p.m. to 12 Midnight This Week "THE LINEMEN" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 Slh STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED riABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH k Weekend Entertainment r IN THE CLUBROOMS P FRIDAY AND SATURDAY r "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests J SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON KIDDIES7 MATINEE PARAMOUNT One Show Only at 2.15 p.m. Box Office Opens at p.m. ON THE SCREEN FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT -PLUS CARTOONS FROM WANNER BROS. ALL SEATS THIS SHOW RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING Tonight at 7 and p.m. Saturday at p.m. "Camal KlWWledge'li of the bnl movlM ArttaiTGarlunMAnnManJtf and Jute Reiner. Carnal KnoHledge. Tlii lingutji in this lilm bt ofhnsivt lo stint pioolf. Minigtf UJflRR RESTRICTED ADULT MMMOUOT (Dollars) Produced ty NOW SHOWING Written and Directed by RCHBRD BROOMS Tonight at and p.m. ADULT COLLEGE Tonight and Sat. Tonight at and p.m. James Garner From Ba. A Krmy Issue Sena EARTH BREEZE and CJOC Proudly Prtient Tho Mott Important Bluo.man In The World Today JOHN LEE HOOKER Plus Hit Wicked Bluttband "THE HOOKERS" and Special Guett A In hit lima I WrIWr of over 400 recorded longi Hkt "Sugar "I Wanna "I'm Mad" and many mart. Doort Open Advamt tickets at LEISTER'S, MUSICLAND, MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP ONLY OR AT THE DOOR SUNDAY, JAN. 23 p.m.