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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I TNI LFTHMIDOI HIRAID Saturdoy, January 21, OToole and Carson in courts NEW YORK (AP) Actor Peter O'Toole has won a judgment against pro- ducer Joseph E. Levine and two motion picture companies in connection with his perform- ance in the film The Lion In Winter. Justice Gerald Culkin of the state Supreme Court rejected Thursday arguments by the de- fendants that O'Toole violated the terms of his contract "disgraceful conduct" during filming of the movie in 1967. They said O'Toole was or- dered out of two hotels when he became "excessively drunk" and that he often was late for filming sessions. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh I. Pliant 327-1541 O'Toole's management firm, Sisra A.G., said the was due him under a contract in which he was to receive PETER O'TOOLE wins plus 10 per cent of gross re- ceipts, estimated at ?2 million. The two other defendants in the action were Avco Embassy Pictures Corp. and Anglo Em- bassy Productions Ltd. announcing our second COMPETITION and EXHIBITION FOR ALBERTA AMATEUR PAINTERS If you paint for fun, do not hove full university or art .chool training, havo never had a public ihowing of your work, ond live in Alberta you ore eligible to enter thii competition. YOUR PAINTING COUID GO ON TOUR! Winning paintings ond collages will be exhibited in major Alberta communities. We did this In 1967 with great success. COMPETITION RUIES: One painting only, per entrant. Work must be original In content and execu- tion. Eniry must be framed, glazed and ready for exhibition. Work se- leded for travel will not be released from the show until comple- tion of the full sched- ule in July. Entries, accompanied by entry form, must be shipped prepaid, ond received not later than February lllh, 1972. All works will be in- s u r e d between period of delivery and return. Winners will be select- ed by a professional iury whose decisions will be final. Per further Information and tnlry to: W C Morton Art! and Craftl Division Ml.-. llth Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton, Sponsored In cooperation with the Alb.rtd Association of Community Art Classes. Alberta DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION Hon. Horrt A. S.hmld, C. Minister D'pmr Mmiittr VENTURA, Calif. (AP) A judgment has been awarded the son of the late ac- tress Jayne Mansfield, 12-year- old Zoltan Hargitay, for a maul- ing he received from a lion at an amusement park six years ago. Superior Court Commissioner Kenneth Haymaker approved the o u t -o f -c o u r t settlement here on the suit originally filed for a million against now- bankrupt Jungleland of nearby Thousand Oaks. The settlement was reached by lawyers for the boy's father, actor Mickey Hargitay, and for Jungleland's insurance c o m- pany. Miss Mansfield was killed In a 1967 automobile accident. WASHINGTON (AP) Actor George Mitchell, 67, a veteran of stage, films and television, died here in his sleep at a Washington apartment he was occupying while in rehearsal for a new play. It was not until he was 35, and newly married to actress Kath- erine Squire, that he determined to be an actor. Previously he had been headmaster for 14 years of a school in Westport, Conn. His recent roles includes that of Chief Joseph in the broadway production of Indians and the drunken survivor in the film, The Andromeda Strain. He had appeared, usually as a villain, in numerous television westerns including Have Gun, Will Travel, Bonanza, The Vir- ginian and Gunsmoke. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac- tress Shirley Jones and her hus- band, actor Jack Cassidy, have agreed on a trial separation after 15 years of marrige. The actress, star of The Par- tridge Family television series, said here that no formal legal action was planned. The couple were married in 1956. They have three sons. Singer David Cassidy, also a Partridge Family star, is Cassi- dy's son by previous mar- riage. CHICAGO (AP) Police re- port the theft of a mink coat from actress Lauren Bacall and say it Is valued in the "thou- sands of dollars." Police said that Miss Bacall discovered loss of the knee- length coat when she relumed to her holel suite after a per- formance in the musical Ap- plause. NEW YORK (AP) Enter- tainer Johnny Carson's wife Joanne has sued him for charging that he broke a separation agreement by making certain remarks about her on his late night television show. Mrs. Carsoa brought suit in U.S. district court Thursday JOHNNY CARSON sued again seeking compensatory damages, punitive dam- ages and legal costs. She filed suit here for divorce and separation more than a year ago. The new suit charges Carson violated an agreement that neither would say or do anything to cause the other "disrepute, scandal or public ridicule." KILL 600 BIRDS SINGAPORE (Reuter) Po- lice blazed away with shotguns for two hours Thursday and killed 600 Golden garded as a hazard for jet air- Singapore's Pava Lebar airport. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION PRESENTS A TWO-DAY SEMINAR PLANNING PROGRAMMING and BUDGETING SYSTEMS (PPBS) PPBS htu found particular application In bringing ef- fective management to govern merit activities in Tha Education, Health, and Social Services fields. Public pressue for accountability in thestr areas if expected to result In Increasingly wide application of PPBS In local government, non-profit and volunlary organ- Izationi. At an initial overview of the principles and practice! applkaiion of the PPBS, this seminar will be of infer, esr 1o both elected and appointed officials at all levels of government, INSTRUCTORS: Patrick S. E. Brown, Senior Consultant, KaTei, Peat, Warwick and Company Management Coniultanli. John C. Witt, Western Regional Partner, KatH, Peat, Mai-wick and Company, Management Con- tullants. DATE AND TIME: February 9th and 10th, 1972. p.m. FEE: For further information and regimation formi, pleaie contact The Division of Continuing Education at 284-5431. HLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT; Pro Hockey, p.m., Ch. 7. The Boston Bruini meet the Canadiens in Montreal, MOVIE THRILLER; "The pit >nd (he I p.m., Cb. 7. Vincent Price stars in this thriller about horror In a Spanish castle. MOVIE DRAMA: "Story ol 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A diplomat's wife sees her marriage threatened when she's unexpectedly reunited with her ex-lover. PSYCHIC: Amiiing World of Kreskln, p.m., Cb. 13. This Is the debut of a series dealing with mind reading and ESP. MOVIE DRAMA: "Ship ol Fools." p.m., Cb. 7. The story about passengers aboard a German liner sailing from Vera Cruz to Bremerhaven in 1933. MOVIE DRAMA Night of the Following 12 midnight, Cli. 13. A thriller about a kidnapper who has planned the perfect crime but love brings complications. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, 12 noon, Cb. The Buffalo Sabres meet the Bruins in Boston. SPORT: Pro Football, p.m., Ch. 11. The AFC and the NFC All-Stars clash at Los Angeles in the Pro Bowl game which concludes the football season. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. A wolf pack's communal life is studied in the northern United States. DOCUMENTARY: L'Acadle, L'Acadie. 4 p.m., Ch, 1. An NFB production tracing a series of student demonstra- tions in Moncton, N.B., during 1966-69. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cb. 13. A visit to Ngorongoro Crater In Tanzania where a wide variety of Wild animals live. MOVIE DRAMA: "If Tomorrow p.m., Ch. 13. The mistreatment of Japanese-Americans sets the mood for this World War IT story. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A two-part drama about a musically Inclined family in the 1880s with Walter Brannan and Buddy Ebsen featured. SKATING SPECIAL: "To Europe With 7 p.m., Ch'. 9. Andy Williams guests on Peggy Fleming's skating special with European ice stars and scenery. COMEDY DRAMA: Jimmy Stewart Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Ruth Hussey and James Stewart are together for the first time since the 1939 movie "Philadelphia Story." DOCUMENTARY: "The Forgotten p.m., Cb. ]3. A Jacques Cousteau special giving viewers a rare look at the mysterious mammal, the manatee or sea cow. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Sbow, p.m., Ch. 7. Johnny Cash, June Carter and Jim Brown are the guests with Geraldine turning on the charm for movie actor Jim. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "Whitcoaks ot I p.m., Ch. 7. The premiere of a 13-part dramatization of the "Jalna" novels starring Kate Reid and Paul Harding. DOCUMENTARY: W5, I p.m., Cb. 13. Cartoonist Ben Wicks (he's in The Herald daily) challenges Minnesota Fats to a game of pool, also the increase in sales of watch-dogs and alarm systems. CRIME DRAMA: Minnlx, 10 p.m., Cb. 13. Barry Sulli- van plays the patriarch of a racketeer family in "Cry Pigeon" and a murder that may set off a gang war. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. For- mer British Prime Minister Harold Wilson discusses his career. Ganger Rogers and Peter Nero are also special guests. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Doctor At 1 p.m., Ch. 13. To escape a forced marriage a young doctor signs on a Devlin defies prison threat BELFAST (AP) Bemadette Devlin, fiery civil rights mili- tant, defied today a jail threat over a Christmas day demon- stration as Northern Ireland's wave of violence claimed the life of another British soldier. Miss Devlin and Frank Mc- Manus, both members of the British Parliament, were served with summonses to stand trial Feb. 18 for taking part in a bawled Christmas Day civil rights parade. Conviction car- ries a mandatory minimum jail SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES Ltd. INVITES YOU TO JOIN US AT A SPECIAL FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE AND TOUR of SAFEWAY SHELTERS LTD. in CLARESHOLM on JAN. 29 and 30 INTRODUCING THE NEW 1972 14' WIDE SAFEWAY MOBILE HOMES AND SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICES ON ALL 1971 MODELS Buses will leave our lot at 542 13th St. N., letrtbrkJge, at 10 a.m. and return from Claresholm at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29th and Sunday, Jan. 30th. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED THIS SERVICE IS COMPLETELY FREE! (NO OBLIGATION WHATSOEVER) Avoid disappointment and phone us early for your reservation. Call Ernie, Karl, or Tom at 328-1151 NOW. Sorry, due to limited space we can take adults only "Call Sidorsky's and Call Your Home Your Own" sentence of six months. The British trooper was killed in a boobytrap explosion while on a border patrol near Keady, County Armagh. He was the second trooper killed this year and brought the death toll to 214 since the wave of violence began In August, 1969. In Belfast, an early morning bomb explosion wrecked the warehouse of a grain merchant but there were no casualties. Both Miss Devlin and Mc- Manus greeted their summonses with defiance. They said they would be busy demonstrating in Belfast at the tune of tlieir trials. Husband kitted by wife's car TORONTO (CP) William Turnbull, 57, died after being run over by a car driven by his wife. Police said his wife was backing their oar out of the driveway when he fell or col- lapsed behind it. Today's 3howtimes PARAMOUNT Snort Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects 'Dollars" Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee 'Moon Zero 2" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Satnrdiy Short Subjects 'Skin Gome" last Complete Show cargo boat u ttmp'i doctor and falls in love with French girl on board. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The D.'amond 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. A U.S. federal agent arrives in London to track down the perpetrators of a million dollar diamond robbery. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are listed by the radio and television Any variation in program ichedult is dun to lo mingte changes by the and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Ncwi SATURDAY LCD Dow Leo Dow Beryl ClIrK Jack Newteld Total Information John Charles Barry Megland MONDAY Jack NewTeld Jim Shearer John Oliver SUNDAT Chec-llne Beryl Clark SATURDAY NICHT Sports News Inside from the Outside k CJOC News Hour ol Decision Christian Science sunshine Evangel Voice ot Prophecy Concern Sunday Magf.zlne News Conllnenlftl Holiday Rob Ingram Daryl Ftryul... Doug Anderson Remember When Blackfool Indian Program News Pele Snow NBWS SUNDAY News Rob Ingram________ AllanNc Symphony Cross Country Blackloot Indian Check-up Program NHL Hockey Solo The Entertainers MONDAY 5-30 Jim Elliot CBC News News, wtnr. Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prlcw Jack Thys Rob Ingram Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Charles -k CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Jack NewTeld SUNDAT Leo Dow Jack Barry Hegland CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Capital Report Jazz for the Record Inside from tnc 12: Symphony Hall CBC siage Distinguished Artists Anlhology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Children'! Stories Sunday Morning Sunday Msgailne Sunday supplement Time signal Outside Continental Holiday Remember When Sunday Theatre Gllmour's Album Jazz Canadians Celebration! News __ ___ Collage Sunday and Friends Don Sims Show Cross Country MONDAY Check-Up Eyn Opener World at I World at Gllmour's Album This Country NHL Toronto al Noon Chicago Schools Max Ferguson Home Run Sound of Sport World at Six FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid state circuitry provide! 20 watts of pure stereo music pow er utilizing speakers housed In detachable lid. Other features include 2 professional VU meten, relractomalic pinch-roller for easy (heading, 3 head, 3 speed 17'A, 3% and Hi Sound-on-sound, separate switches for power amplifier and pre-amplifier, ipeoker switch for external speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, tape counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynamic micro- phones, connecting cord and reel caps. Suggested Price SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleleo ana rfiotofiapliic Centei 419 5TH ST. S. phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevition Ch. 6) SATUBDAY NIGHT NFL Action I Spy Future Shock MONDAY NHL Country Canada Farm and City Country Wlldlire Unlimited Today Movie: Pit and the Movie: S'.if Bike Romper Room Pendulum lc) Sunday Hour Mr. Dress Up New Majority and Alberta School! News Friendly Giant Auduoon (c) Dick Van Dyke News Provincial Affaire Teleprobe 7 Movie- Ship of Fools SUNDAY Crossroads Captain Scarlet Fireball XL-5 TBA Chez Helcne Street world ot Disney Miday-Our Town The Rovers Movie: Diamond Wliard Galloping Gourmet Jimmy s'lewart Wilson Flip Wnileoaks or Jalna Take 30 Weekend (cl Faith for Today News Nlven Miller Nations Business French Chronlcales Teleprobe 7 safety Roundup Sunday Hour Edge of Nloht (c) Family Court Drop In Truth or Conse- quences CFCN-TV Lethbridfle Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIOHT Bingo Market Place (c} House of Frlght- Gideon's Way ensleln Rollln on the Rtrtr wild Kingdom (c) Fashions Don Messer Horsl Koehler (c) Parlons Francall Newsmaker'! Doris Day (c) 9-30 Yoga (cl Malcn Untamed World (c) In Conversation Movie: The Story Movie: All Aooul FaceJ ol a Woman H Tomorrow Comes Ed Allsn News Room 222 Pierre Benon Night Cap (c) Jacques Cousleau Kreskln (c) Eddie's Father Movie: The Night ot WS the Following Day Mannlx (c) SUNDAY News Thought for Day Nlqhlcap (cl Clubllme (c) Report Day or Discovery Question Period oral Roberta David Frost Rural Report MONDAY Window on Britain Thouoht (or Day Bewlkhed Beat Iha Clock Movie: Doctor al Sen whal's Ihe Good Word Anolher World Anything You can Da Dick Van Dykl Rex Humbard (c) University of Air Buckshot KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hee TBA Boston NFL Action Kid Talk Bold Ones Movie: Tha Rus- Nichols (c) Deputy Car S4 Today Show NHL Buflalo at Today In Montana Concentrallon (c) Sale of Cenlury Squares (c> Jeopardy (c) Who, What, when Game News (c) Somerset (c) As Ihe World Turns slans Are Coming Animal World Slxly Mlnules No.Miracle But SUNDAY j.30 Tom and Jerry Jimmy Stewart Groovle Goc-lln Peggy Fleming News tc> 8.00 Lamp Unto My Cade's County The Doctors (c) Feet Movie: Bridge Over Another World LOOK Up and Live River Kwal (PI. 2) Edga ol Night Kathryn Kuhlman Laredo Corner Plye TBA Morv Grlllin Show Camera Three MONDAY My TnrM Sons (cj Face the Hsllon Our World Family Allalr Meet Press Salute Agrclultlin NBC Nightly New! Falli Channel 5 (Cablevislon Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIOHT Bewitched Lawrence WelK Movie: The People The Slxlh Sense Alias smith tnd Jones News Dick CavaTt PBI Movie: Duel In Ihe Sun (c) SUNDAY Farm News The Christopher! sacred Heart _ This Is the Life News Reluctant Dragon News and Mr, Toad unun.v Here Comes tht MONDAY Doubledeckers A: 15 Farm News Make a Wish (c) Dinah's Place Revival Fires Jack LaLanne Insight Audrey (c) Directions Galloping Gourmet Issues and Answers Where Ihe Hearl Is NBA Atlanta News (c) Milwaukee (c) Tomorrow Pro Bowl All My Children wild Kingdom (c) Make s Dcsl ,'c) Lassie Ic) Newlywed Came .Snnnv and Cher News Mission impossible Secret Storm (c) Bullwlnkle (c) Cipliln Kangaroo News One LIU 10 Live Days of Our Lives General Hospital Three on a Match Dating Game Thai Girl Bewitched Pasmord (C) ;