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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MUSIC: Talent Showcaie, C p.m., Ch. 13. Musical enter- tainment with talent from .Calgary and surrounding area. MUSIC: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 1. Glenn Yarbot- ough is special guest. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Centre, p.m., Ch. 13. Bubonic plague is the villain in "Terror" featuring medical conflict and a search for the source. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 7. This is a repeat of "The Girl in the Electric a compiei mystery yarn. WILDLIFE: Nature o[ Things, JO p.m., Ch. 7. A study of the lite cycle of lobsters and a discussion on the effects of pollution on these creatures. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Raymond Burr plays three roles in a story about the use of a mas. querade to trap a teller in "Death By Numbers." RELIGIOUS: Man Alive, p.m., Ch, 7. "Surviving" Part 2 examines the emotional and physical hardships that face the elderly on the death of a spouse. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. Act- ors, a Jazz pianist, a singing duo and comic are David's guests. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Naked 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Women guerrillas battle the Nazis on World War n Crete. INTERVIEW: Take 30, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. The life and works of Robert Burns are discussed with actor-poet John Cairney, an authority on the famous Scottish bard. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Frogrami are listed by (he radio and television stations. Any variation in program ichedula due ID lad- minute changes by the itations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald r- Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Total I nlormation Beryl Clark Jim Shearer ni, Barry Hegland CHEC-Llne Joh" ollver Jack Newleld Leu MONDAY NIGHT World at S.IK Request Action Rob Ingram B-OT John Walker Doug cjoc -A Show ruESDAT CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Wayne Barry Joh" Beryl Clark M Gr Prlcftl Jack Thys P Line Rob Ingram World at Six if CHEC FM News on the Wthr. on the Half Hour (Bob MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasTer Concert Consle) Don MacMasler Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT world at Six News As II Happens Ideas Network Bringing Back (he News Future the Record News, Wlhr, Sport From The Capitals TUESDAY Five Nights A Eye Opener Week World at Eight Sounds Like Europe Commentary World at Nine This Counlry Radio Noon Holiday Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six The World's 1 Best MODEL CF 100 Portable Cassette Recorder Portable monophonic cassette recorder features builMn radio for lolal listening performance. Record "live" or diredly from an auxiliary source. Features: Highly sensi- tive radio, convenient push buJton tape operalion, Recording level meier. Telescopic antenna and is eosy to carry Can be laid flat, stood upright or lilted while in opera lion. Complete with batteries (4 "C" size) earphone, microphone F10S and built-in AC cord. Suggested Price.............. 109.95 SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and iPkolojflaphic Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-4922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Man Alive (c) Chez Helene Trulh or News (c) Sesame Street Consequences Telepmbe 7 MIday Our Town Teleprobe 7 The Avengers Movie: Time Out Slampede Wreslllng Movie: Charle Irish Rovers (c) TUESDAY Chan Murder Cruise Klara-5 Korner Take 30 Edge of Nlgtlt Family Cour: Drop In TUESDAY Simon Locke M.D. Farm and City David Frost Revue Today Partridge Family Romper Room Canadian Schools Nature of Things Friendly Glanl Truth or Consequence! CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevlslon Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Pierre Berlon Thought tor Day University ol Air House of Frlghlenslein tc) HI Lights (c) Fashions Parlons Prancals Yoga In'Convcrsallon All About Face! Ed Allen Star Trek Alberta Talent Showcase (c) News (c) Outdoors UnHmlled Medical Nichols Pig and Whlslla Ironside News Nlghlcap (c) Pendulum David Frost Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: The Naked Brigade What's the Good Word (c) Another World Anything You cm Do (c) Dick Van Buckshot Dyk> Fllntslones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabl.viiion Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News (cl Here's Lucy Laugh-In Doris Day Movie: Tht of a Woman Bob Hope News ic Tonight Show TUESDAY Salute Agriculture World Turns Today Show (cl News Twlay In Monlans Doctors Concentration (c) Another World Sale of Century Edge of Nlqht Slwy Squares (c) Gamer (c) Jeopardy (c) Merv Grltfln Show Who, What, when AM My TllrM Game News News News Our World' Somerset Niws (cl KFBB-TV Great Fallt Channel 5 (Cibleviilon Ch. 11) MONDAY NIOHT News Nawlywid Glmt 6100 News (c) Captain Kangaroo uews All In the Family Dinah's Plan M Jacques Cousteau Jack LlLanM (c) Stern Storm (c) Audnr (c) OIK Lift to Lln Movie: Downhill Racor News sarge (c) Dick Cavell TUESDAY Firm Mows Galloping Gourmet Our Lives (c) Where the Hear! Is Gemril News (cl Search lor Tomorrow 11.00 My children Makt Hospital Threa on I VUtctl Dating C-imt That Olrl Bewllched Pauworg Jury stitt out on new show Television has been good to Moore By CYNTHIA LOWHY NEW YORK (AP) Roger Moore, who tpent seven years playing a Hint but has been lucky to scrape thrugh one sea- son as i lord, is even braver than Simon Templar and Brett Sinclair, his two television im- ages. Moore visited New York re- cently on a week when his ABC series, The Persuaders, was the bottom show on Nielsen's popu- larity list and was not exactly eager-to talk about (lie program. Moore politely brushed aside queries about why he thought The Persuaders, in which he co-stars with Tony Curtis, had failed to catch on early in the season, although it will have a second chance at a different network time. "Oh, I think we've been run- ning into a bit of hard Mom murmured in his best casual milord manner. Whatever the ultimate .fate of The Persuaders, Moore really can not be too downcast. Televi- sion has been good to him, from the day be won the title role in Ivanhoe, which introduced the handsome stranger to American audiences. Moore's Lord Brett Sinclair of The Persuaders and his Simon Templar of The Saint are al- most interchangeable charac- urbane, upper- campy burlesques of the old-fashioned clean pro- file hero. He apparently was already socked into the part almost 10 yean ago when, for half a Bea- con, he played Benu Maverick, a long-lost British cousin of the poker-playing clan who surfaced after James Gamer, who played Bart, left the Maverick series and brother Brett needed a partner. The Saint, through seven years and 106 playing around successfully on a lot of American channels- was his big hit. "We stopped three years Moore laid, "and I wai busy after that making films. I'm not quite certain how The Persuaders came about except that my partner, Bob Baker, Producer of TV drama series ready for blasts TORONTO (CP) The Whi- teoaks of Jalna, a 13-part telev- son drama seres that cost million, has started on Eng- Lawyer shortage expressed CALGARY (CP) Concern about a shortage of articling openings for new lawyers was expressed here by Eric Mc- Cualg of Edmonton, president of the Law Society of Alberta. Mr. McCuaig said the large number of graduating students wanting to become lawyers has placed a strain on the articling system. A national committee of law- yers was examining various al- ternatives to handle the increas- ng number of students coming into law. Mr. McCuaig said that while the articling system may not be perfect, it is the best way to ensure a person is adequately prepared to practise law and should be retained as long as possible. lish language CCB stations across Canada. And, if it bombs, producer John Trent is prepared to shoul. der the blame. "In Jalna, you'll find shots that you won't see in a normal television show, like all UK wide angle he says. "Scenes are actually played on a single, continuous-soot mas- ter. "Either it1 works or it doesn't. You take the rsk. If it falls on its ass, I'm the one to blame." He's confident, however, it will meet with the success that greeted similar British produc- tions such as the Forsyte Saga. TOOK 11 MONTHS He spent 17 months nursing the series from its conception as a lunch-time idea to its birth as the largest project ever under- taken by the CBC. The efforts of about 140 people are involved. Based on the 16-volume series of Jalna books by Canadian au- thor Mazo de la Roche, Mr. Trent says he hopes it won't take more than two episodes for viewers to become familiar with characters and understand the juggling of past and present in the series. "I think the soap opera for- mat is particularly he says. "As the Forsyte Saga CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SEE NO EVIL" In color. Starring Mia Farrow. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 24, 25 and 26. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "ADIOS SABATA" In color. Starring Yul Brynner. Mon- day and Tuesday, January 24 and 25. Monday show at 815 p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "McCABE AND MRS. MILLER" In color. Starring Warren Beatty and Julie Christie. Monday and Tuesday, January 24 and 25. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adclt. we have music ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING, ALBERTA CHORAL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION January 28th and 29th, 1972 RED DEER, ALBERTA If you're a choral director, come and join this vital new association. Meet fellow directors from all over Alberta, and enjoy a choral workshop conducted 'by Miss Nancy Vang of the Universily of Missouri, Kan- sas City. If you're a music lover, come to hear the blending of 64 voices in concert, under the direction of Miss Vang. LOCATION: Si. Thomas Aquinas School 36th Avenua an 39lh Street, Red Deer REGISTRATION FEE: S3.00 Make cheque or money order payable to Mrs. Doris Burrington Alberta Choral Directors' Association Box 475, Rid Deer, Alberta SESSIONS: Friday evening, January 28th, p.m. Saturday, January 29th, commencing a.m. CHOIR CONCERT: Saturday evening, p.m. St. Mory's Roman Catholic Church THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS WELCOME Alberta Deportment of Culture, Youth and Rtcnwtior, HON. HOKST A. SCHMID Mlnliltr C. LES USHEK Dtputr MlnliUr showed, a continuing story holds an audience." Normally, he adds, audiences are encouraged to change chan- nels. "That's probably why televi- sion has been brought down to its present level. I'd like to think that, with Jama, we're bringing viewers to a slightly higher level. "We're asking them to think about it, to become involved with people." Mr. Trent says Fletcher Mar- kle, head of the CBC's television drama branch, has wanted to do the series about a southern On- tario family since 1964. The pro- jet got off the ground in Sep- tember, 1970, and 11 episodes have been filmed. "We decided to show two as- pects of says Mr Trent. "First, what it was like fe the past, which was WASP, British the whole number Second, we'd show today a con- temporary North American so- ciety." While the over-all cost has been estimated at million: the producer says he can't ao curately pinpoint the final fig- ure because of that will be amortized. The series has already been sold for to the CBC's French-language network ani efforts are being made to sell il in Britain, France and Ger- many. The Jalna books which give the series its origin have been translated into 13 languages and various versions of "the Whi- teoaks" have been used on radio, the screen and the stage. "The CBC has never under- taken a project as vast as says Mr. Trent. The crews had to come up to an international level, and they did." First cartridge television sets cost NEW YORK (AP) Sears Roebuck and Co. announced here it will market this year the first cartridge television units for the home for The unit will be capable of playing prerecorded tapes of up to 114 minutes duration; to record programs off the air for viewing at a later time; and is equipped with a black-and- white camera which will Uke 'home movies" within 100 feet of the set. The sets will go on sale in Chicago in June, and elsewhere in the United States later in the year, a company spokes- man said. The unit looks like an ordi- nary television console. It in- cludes a 25-Inch color television receiver and a videotape car- ;ridge recording playback at- tachment. The camera, with its 100-foot cable, is stored separately. A spokesman said the camera ac- counts for of the total cost, and without it the set alone is Scars said t color camera will be available in late 1973. Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show 9: in PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects _ 'Dollars" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 'Skin Game" Last Complete Show discussed the idea with Sir Lew Grade, although they didn't tell aie." Somebody thought it would be amusing to throw Moore, with his Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts accent, together with Tony Curtis and his pure Bronx, as a team ol fun-loving undercover The still out on that, but Moore is occu- pied with film plans and seems most excited by the fact he has rsrenUy been named to the board of the cosmetics company which also has a chair for Gary WANTS TO PLAY VILLAIN His acting ambition is to play a villain, but he believes that while he may be able to get away with playing an occasional "weird" role, the public would not accept him as a heavy. Why not? "I suppose it has somethng to do with being bom with blue eyes and a straight nose and growng to be 6 leet he said. As a business man-actor, Moore is under no illusions about the importance of selling a British-made television series to the American market. "And the cream of that mar- ket is, of course, the American he said. "They are finding niore television shows in England now. I suppose they are less expensive to make there are location shots, which is difficult because of the weather." Between the end of Maverick and the beginning of The Saint, Moore starred in a film shot in Yugoslavia and con- tinued living on for a while in the Eternal City. While there he met actress Luisa "the first lady I met' in Rome" later married her. They have two children, a girl of eight and a boy, five. COLLEGE Starts Wednesday The stirring saga of a Grizzly Monarch's Sun International Productions WMnomt Family Entertainment PLUS SPECTACULAR SKI SHORT "GET HOT- WED., THURS. AND FRI. EVENINGS ONLY at and p.m, SATURDAY SHOWS at and MATINEE ADULTS CHILDREN 75c EVENINGS Adults Children 14 yrs. and under Jmwty 24, THI UTHMWOI HIULD 7 Strom urges faster pay for jobless EDMONTON (CP) Opposi- tion leader Harry Strom has in- formed Prime Minister Trudeau that many Albertans are expe- lenting extreme difficulty with the Unemployment Insurance Commission. In a telegram to the prune minister, Mr. Strom said delays in the processing of cheques of up to two are not un- common. The former premier and lead- er of the Social Credit party asked Mr. Trudeau to quickly review the situation so' those eligible for benefits receive them as soon as possible. Mr. Strom said the burdens of unemployment arc heavy enough without extensive prob- lems generated by the unem- ployment insurance commis- sion. GENTLE GENIUS Nor. man Mclaren'a productions have won more than 100 awards since he Joined the National Film Board In 1941 he seldom goes to the cinema. He finds most of the modern movies boring, espe- cially the sex movies. The movies of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and the Marx Brothers are among his fa- vorites. ON THE BALL KENTON, England (CP) It's a pity Simon Marchant won't be allowed to lake charge of any soccer matches, espe- cially as he passed his Middle- sex county-football referee ex- amination with the top score of 99 marks out of 100. Trouble is, Simon, 12, is too young for the profession. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327.7244 lettibridj. LEE DUCK CLEANERS '1.49 DAYS CONTINUING ALL THIS WEEK 0 2 Piece Suits 1.49 Dresses 1.49 Lee Duck Cleaners 330 13th St. N. Phone 327-2770 Community Services Department City of Lethbridge Public Swimming and Skating Schedule SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, Jan. NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming............... p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Jan. NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Jan. Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, Jan. Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m, Monday, Jan. 31 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, Jan. Free Public Skaling p.m. Wednesday, Jon. 26- Beginners Staling p.m. Friday, Jan. Mothers and Pre-Schooler- Free Skating Noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday, Jan. Public Skaling p. Public Skaling p.m Sunday, Jan. Beginners Skaling p.m Public Skating p.m Family Skaling p.m HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, Jan. Public Skaling p.m. Monday, Jan. Free Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, Jan. Free Public Skaling p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating at the Hendenon Park Ice Centre on Friday, January 28, 1972 from p.m.; nor at the Civic Ice Centre an Satur- day, January 29, 1972 from p.m., and Sunday, January 30, 1972 from p.m. and p.m., to previous booking commit- ments. RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and TUES. Tonight at 7 and p.m. "'Carnal Knowledge' it oi tat movitr. Lit Smiiti. CeimopottUn M Mike YKhoKtock Bergen. AnhurGarfunkel.MinMargrfl and Jules (filter. The language in this lilm may ollinsivi to some people. Minigir ULJflRRen HflUJfl RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA (Dollars) TONIGHT and TUES. Wnuen and Directed by R1CHRRDBROOHS Tonight at and p.m. ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT and TUES. Tonight at and p.m. James Garner ;