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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Plaia 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Walter Matthau plays three different roles in a comedy set in a luxurious suite in New York's Plaza Hotel. CRIME DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, p.m., Ch. 13. An ex-hit man in a bind for his former boss wants him dead. CO.AEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Mar Griffin, Lam- Storeh and the Mike Club Congregation are the guests. COMEDY: M'A'S'H, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A kooky officer plan- ning to write an expose on war makes an unexpected appear- ance and he's a friend of Hawkeye. MOVIE DRAMA: "Family p.m., Cb. 13. A drama of surnvaJ centering on four people whose small plane has gone down in a remote area o; Baja, California. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A plane has set a desperate prisoner free and left Erskine acd Colby among the injured victims. MOVIE DRA.MA: "The World of Snzie 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. An .American artist becomes involved with a Chinese bar-girl in Hong Kong. MOVIE DRAMA: "L'p the Down Ch. 7. A dedicated high school teacher in the New York slums. SATUIDAY SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The brief but unexpected result of tie Fraaer-Foreman heavyweight title fight in Jamaica will be the highlight. TUSK will also be tbe Pro Skiing Qampionship from Mount Snow, Vt. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program listed by the radio and tdnririon nation. Any variation in program tchedul. ii due to lafl- ninutv changes by the stations and is not the rcvpon- sibilrty of the Herald or Anglo Distributon Stem ond Mnlographic Cenrm. CHEC if V.r.'.ev Alliri Sill News; S.zrts; Lee Dew Farm Music Vie Remetnb S'jiaay FRIDAT NIGHT Paul Tissier S1TUR04Y Ccve King CHEC-FM BL'ryl Clirk JstK HfJ-'.l 5AS -c-rv a v Jif- ElMctl SKCEr Reb riKlieJ: Li-S winr. Sports Chsrlsi -Aa'ker Nfv..i CHEC FM WON. THRU SAT. Ccnsiel !.K Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT 15.13 From tbe CipBali M Ke-A-s Ch Ssfmisi RLT, Five KifhtB a WMk Notice JZ21 CEnc-icna This cour.'ry B.u the OL'7 Ni'ive Lsnd Fi'-vrt Na'ive Vcice rf SATURDAY Al.cla E-'ersi-e-s Scenes LiKe Favwltw Salurday Opert Wcrld at Six As Hsrrtr SEE II IT'S NEW AT ANGLO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER Fec'f-ei push b.-ftcn cont.eli, HUT. jcck fcr recording frcn radio, TV, ipeaVer, odoptor, earphone, carrying case, rerr-c'e micrcpncne. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and Pholopiaphlc 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 32B-666I PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) the DCJ-Al S'S'rcjjB i 3A1UROAT v. :a-d c' C: 9.3C c. CFCN-TV Leihbridge Channel 13 (Cnhlevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY People I a SlD-y F.5S 5.M L'riv e M Vr. y of e Gs-g NfAS KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cableviiion Ch. 9) FRIDAY Clili and Pink Pan'Sfr r TSA SATURDAY 4.M CGF Te'tcour Ro-nan Ho'iday W The 5-Mljib J .V .ftp 4 CO American Advpnrure Newi i XI Waltor- Emergtrvcy KFBB-TV Greot Follj Chennel 3 (Cibleviiion Ch. II) FRIDAY 3 M i..13 NrvM (c) i.Xs I'u'tt or I X) OOJ C 9.M L'Vf S'yie 1C 30 LldSVilIc Ba'ik SATURDAY Bandjtk' NfM 13 W T.B.A. M R i' .U J Pro Wo-ld rf Sp-vls J.iO Gc.iS- Birw Naiionai pro-A-i J.W Lirif Ppopif i.M T.B.A. Kt Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E Saturday, of his own childhood and folis return of Grave Digger Jones and joyfully wrapping his is not exactly I would all go for nought if the and Coffin Ed Johnson is to be tongue around riewing time, j exactly right actors had not i welcomed. i names. afternoon prime tele Agreed? And would you believe that a series scheduled in that slot tbe performers' I been found to interpret it and! Godfrey Cambridge and Ray- January 26, 1973 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Care of Alberta's aged frustrated by gov't laws BANFF (CP) ProvintiaJ legislation is frustrating com- prehensive care of the aged in Alberta by dividing medical sen-ices among separate insti- tutions, Dr. David Woolridge of Calgary says. He told the annual scientific convention of the Alberta Col- lege of Family Physicians here tiiem for us. The selection mood St. Jacques play the DEADLINE: Ceramic artis-' mal "house-call the present law permits Alber- ta doctors to perform only nor- of Will Geer j Harlem dicks caught between tics have until February 1 to I nursing homes. procedures at Facilities were and spiritual life euffen be- cause he is removed from residence be considers home. The legislation governing various institutioris eenkr dt- izens are confined to must completely rewritten to permit the establishment of a compre- hensive "geriatric He said the centre woold combine the services saaor citizen's lodges, nursing f and ainriliary hospitals and elude an eight to 10 bed infirm- ary to deal with emergencies, Costlv new buildings might (on Channel 9) and with a lead-: 'Granpa) and Richard Thomas! an old-line mobster and the eater their work in Internation- properly treat illnesses ing character called (for heav-1 (John-Boy) is a master stroke, i 0-tensible do-gooder set to take- al Ceramics to be held in I not permitted. sake) John-Boy would turn j Juchael Learned is even better: over the ghetto drug market. Calgary, August and Septem-i "In good faith the Nursing out to be pure thai Patricia Nea] of the Home- i The plot often sags, but pro-: ber. The three-day conference Home Act of 1964 defined care Then do yourself a favor, ga-' coming and Ralph Waite splea- duction values compensate and and month-tag exhibit is the as that which could be prorid- did as the father. the fine expertise of Cambridge fir.t world exhibition oi cera- ed in the patient's own home and St. Jacques pulls the whole nits to be held in North .Am- and a great barrier was built; auxiliary hoon-al and part of into quite solid entertainment, erica. Prizes range from S250 between the more dynamic nospitai mm t 'to S..OOO and a number of: auxiliary hospital and the cus- nursmg home. MORE MAFIA: Honor Thy medals will be awarded by the toiial care nursing home." j Partial changes Ifl the pro- Fatter, Gay Talese's boot: and jury. Full information is oi file Tse government's policy has ent as maiing ther the family together, aid meet The Waltons. You may already made their aquairjtance in a Christmas special called The Homecoming which has briahtened these We could turn one floor rf a nursing home into a sort of The lads are t "tally believ- able and if EUen Corty (Grand- ma) is a face that's a bit too familiar to viewers, it would be nit-picking indeed to infer i from the paperback hit is to be made at the Bmvman Arts Centre, j made u for doctors to past two years, or found their I that this detracts like in author Earl Hamners j charm of the series, people of Spencer's Mountain. The VTaltons tells it like it somewhat admiring porti ait of the University oi Calgary. you will discover now is was for one depression family Bonanno. son of Mafia boss real family with bonds and. vith a simplicity that is eii-: Joe "Bananas'' Boaenno will values that are light years dealing, not EuEary. rus tiro hours- Talese will be sway from the plastic brats, Five o'clock "then. Saturdav consultani. The tide of the sniping parents, the penny-! Channel 9. for the it _ creating dreadful dross _ panned by so- j could be the start of something The Godfather, shows no sign Cm riters. i nice for your family. j of retreat. A similar wave i telecast, Midsi special for CBS. The with entry forms available from move their patients torn one Icrige ffl leve! maitudonai care to an-jeaecnie AND ON TELEMSION this ireek. catch Diary a Mad Housewife and Alfie (Sat- Lawrence of Arabia ananian Of nurse in each would be to- other, j He said proposals for new Dr. VToolridre said even when laws to permit such geriatrlt transfers are readily accom- centres ''have not been well the rratieni's social, ceived so called comedy writer! The Waltons are poor, dirt poor, but poverty has not rum-! FOLLOW-VP: An unsteady ed them into trash. There's dig- sequel to Coaon Comes to Har- nity in a patched dress that's lem. Come Back Charleston well-Hashed. Blue lacks the punch and hilar- Hamner's feel for the time i iry o: its predecessor, but the Sinatra raps Post columnist slim check the listings in TV Guide of a PBS station you'll weep with frustration. S..O Power w .SAir.y ftnd CK Furvy Phantom Juli. WASHINGTON' (Reuters 1 Frank Sinatra called Washing- ton Post columnist Maxime Cheshire "scum'' and a "two- dollar broad" when they met here during the presidential in- i i augural celebrations, The Post! says. j The Post says Sinatra met Mrs. Cheshire in a restaurant j and yelled: "Get away from me. you scum. Go home and take a i bath.'' The article continues: "He reached the lobby where about; 10 bystanders were watching and shouted: 'You're nothing but a two dollar broad, vou i know that. j reached into his pocket and produced two one-dollar bills stuffed them in Mrs. Cheshire's empty glass, turned and disappeared into his lim- ousine." The newspaper says Sintra was staying in town as a guest of Vice-President Spiro Agnew. Asked why she thought Si- natra did not liie her. Mrs. Cheshire said in an interview she had written the first stories bringing out Saintras friend- ship with Vice-President Aeneir and had reported that once, in Chicago, the Democrats had not wanted Sinatra to appear at a concert to raise funds for the party. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES present "THE CHARADES" For your dancing pleasure! Friday, January 26th, Eagles Hall Members ond invited guest, onlyl t LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday 'VIBRATIONS'' Saturday "HOOTCHY KOOTCHY" Members and their invited guesli 4 ;mnmer wiiicb made stars of Jimmy Dream Pick the Humphrer Bogart and series scene; The A Edward G. Robinson lasted 10 i Tourfi of Grace. Madigan. Bob yesrs. Of course, in those days j Neffharf. If the teeni cmne Tras not supposed to pay. _...._. __. and the finab; frames ineritabiy wound up with the "long AlQKJUgh DO resui'e seems in sight from tie commercially successful currents, audiences already are sgns of satistion. npERA: No-r Uierc's E s'.rjtch. And opera occsJion? hsve been too rare on tbe local stsge. The Allied Ans Counol was able to bring a company from tbe Banff School for sev- eral years and the National visited the city. j This coming week tbe Lett- 1 bridge Symphony Association i vrill present the Sjmphcny j Cirorus in fi concert, sexi- dramataed. performance o: i Gluck'5 Orpheus. j Michael Kaufman sinp (be title role, "ith wife Colleen as Euiydice and Linda Johnson as Amor. Rehearsal sessions for the some aO-member chorus afld its conductor Goenzcn have been long arid arduous, and a considerable contribution j will be made by dancers of the Jolliffe Academy. It's an am- bitious undertaking worthy of support and encourafiement. In Calgary the Deirly-formed So-thern Alberta Opera Asso- ciation will premiere La Eoheme at the JubDee Audi- torium March 30-31. Maria Pellegrini. Ermaimo Mauro. Dodi Protero and Alexander Gray will star. Gray also doub- les as artistic director for the production with Herman Geiger-Torel as stage director. A major objective oi the association is to provide artistic opportunity for talented South- ern Albert-ans, General mem- berships cost liule but can be a major factor in putting the en- deavor on a sound basis. For more information call Calgary 2.2-1240. or drop a line to-P.O. Box 157. Calgary. Saturday afternoon instar.1 opera CBR and Metropoli- tan Opera of the Air. This week A Masked Ball, as UFual Milion Cross narrating awards to be televised NEW YORK (API Record- ins Aretha Franklin, Curtis Mayfield and Don have four nominations each for Grammy Awards, which will be given March 3 and televised from Nashville, Tenn. Grammy Awards are voted on by 3.0.0 members o! the Na- tional Academy of Recording Ans aad Sciences end are fo the recording industry what Os- cars are to movies. Records eli- gible this yesr were released in the 12 months prior to Oct. 'a. 197.. Miss Franklin's nominaiionf come in three categories, pop sincing, f.r Day Dreaming: rhythm blues, for Young. Giiied and Black, and foul gos- pel. for Amazing Grace and Precious Memories, the last a cruet with James Cleveland. Mayiield is nominated for the rhylhin and blues piece Fred- die's Dead: for rhythm End blues instrumental perform- EDce. Junkie Chase, for rhythm and blues songwritijig. Fred- die's Dead, and" mo-Jon pic.jre or TV score writing. Superfly. Don McLean's four nomi- nations are all for American Pie. They are in the categories of record of the year, album oi the year, song of the year (a award i and pop srng- Record of the year, consid- ered the big priie of the year, will be one of: Alone Again 'Naturally) sung by Gilbert O'SuUivan. The" First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, by Rob- ert Flack: Song Sung Blue, by Neil Diamond: Without You. by Nilsson or American Pie by McLean. Hippie priest suspended GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Regular Dance Jan. p.m. Music by 'JACK BLECH' one invited guests only. NOTE: Tun- In to our guest house hour with your hosts fiOOO ond ERWIN tviry Sunday at 1 p.m. on CHEC FM Radio. paramount ti S-_ I. t-- Art. Sa-nh. NOW SHOWING AT p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN BARBRASTREISAND NO .AATINEE SATURDAY paramount cinema TONITE and SAT. ONE SHOW AT 8 F.M. IB S-- I 3J7 IK WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS (e !7 ADULT NOT FOR CHILDREN .V-T A story of Rlmsd by David Lean A 'Ryan's Daughter TrSVCRHCTAM) MAHNEE SATURDAY AT P.M. 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfdir Theatre "WHAT'S IT. In color. Starring Barbra Streis- and and Ryan O'Neal. Friday and Saturday, January 26 and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "CIN- DERELLA" 'in color. AH ncn- and all lire. Family FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre AND THE PREACHER" In color. Starring Sid- ney Poitier and Harry Belafonte. Friday and Saturday, January 26 and 27. Friday at and p.ni. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Sixvial Saturday afternoon matinee Saturday, Januarj- 27 at p.m. PRINCE AND THE PAUPER" In color. All seats 50c. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES'' In color. Starring Carllon Heslon. Ijnda Harrison and James Francisciis. Friday and Saturday, January 2S and 27. Fri- day shows at and p.m. Matineo Saiurday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "TWISTED NERVE" In color. Slnirins Hayley Mills and Hytvcl Bcnn-t. .'Yid.iy. Januan- 26. Shows at nnd Adult Not Suilnblc For Children. Showing Saturday, Jaminn- 27 only. "VANISHING In color. Shows a I and '.Vrtl p.m. Familv. SAN FRANaSCO (API Rev. Richard York, so-called "hippie priest" of Berkeley who presided at the marriage of ac- tress Jane Fonda and anti-war activist Tom Haydea. has teen suspended by the Espiscopa) Anglic.311 diov-t1.? from adminiMering sacra- ments. Rt. Rev. C, Kilmer Mvers. Friday and Saturday Short Subjecis the Sandbox" 7 ii "Jo Lasr Complete Show Adult, Noi Suitable for Children PAR IOUNT CIVEMA Friday and .alurnay One Complete Show Adult. Not Suitable for Children Saturday Matinee "Ryan's Daughter" One Complete .Show MLI.KGE Friday and Salnrday "Vanishing Wildenv-ss" Last Complete Show Kamily Saturday Matincr "VanLshing" Wildorness iVmnlple Shovr Sunday Matlnrr "Vuiihing On Otmiplcte Show Eishoo of "..be diocese o: CaJLfomia. said thai Father York failed t, obtain the requir- ed permission from a bishop 10 i remarry a divorced person. Miss Fonda reoeauy was di- vorced from French film direc- tor Roeer Vadirn. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL i in the AZTEC LOUNGE UPTOWN COUNTRY I MUSIC by "LANCE i RILEY" in Ihe CABARET THURSDAV, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted ot Choigc I iLCUlFE F.I.V. FCR 1973 MAN CAN LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE ..-F. t .v I-. A ?i r'..i i. f! '_SFF ITBFFORF CIVILIZATION SWEEPS LAST 3 DAYS college cinema Jm, Art. S and 9 00 p.m. Sol. 5 00 7.00 Ond 9 00 p.m. Sun. 7.00 ond p.m. ADUITS Sr.OO SORRY NO PASSES UNDER 13 CARDSrON-PINCHER CRIEK-FOR. MACLEOD TAUR ;