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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTSI FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McCloud. p.m., CK. 7. Burgess Meredith stars as a mortician timed smuggler, a serio- comic drama about a prisoner exchange involving McCloud, (Dennis Weaver.) COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A Mod World look at the economy with cameo appearances by John Wayne, Chad Everett, Jack Carter and Paul Lynde. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Deadlier Than The 8 p.m., CH. 13. A Bulldog Drummond story featuring a chase around London and the Riviera by two women who arc killers for a business-syndicate. DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A character study ol a traitor in turmoil, caught between the Commun- ists he sold out to and a driving urge to find his runaway wife. MOVIE DRAMA: "The p.m., Ch. 7. The story of eight Vassar grads, class of '33. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Harder They 12 midnight.. Ch. 13. A hard-boiled drama about a man who revolts against the corruption of big-tune boxing. SATURDAY SPORT: Winter Games Preview, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. A look at the athletes and sites of the llth Winter Olympics be- ginning Wednesday in Sapporo, Japan. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13, Olym- pic favorites are seen in the International Alpine Skiing Championships from Switzerland; also surfing from Hawaii. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program i are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule due to lail- minute changes by trie stations and i> not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. if CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC-FNl Beryl Clark SATURDAY Barry Hegland Jim Shearer jBCfc Nemleld Neivs CJOC if a.m. Doug Wayns Barry son Show News News, Sporta John Charles John Oliver Beryl Clark FRIDAY NIOHT World Rt Sit Request Aclion Line John Walker SATURDAY a.1BWM1 JUIIM News Sports American Top JO News, Wlhr, Sporll News if CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. t-.m Don macMasler Hedmsn ora Bon MacMasler s'9n o" CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Playback Morning Concert News 9-30 Right or Wrong Atlantic Symphony Solo 10.03 The Scene News, Sport, Wlhr. Met. Opera The Big Bands ft, fh- Record FRIDAY NIOHT Home Run World at SIX 6-30 As II Happens The Enlerlilners 10-00 News From Ihe Capitals SATURDAY Five Nights a Week Opener IT'S COMING-DONT MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and tPtioloyiaphic Center 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-4922 3rd ANNUAL GIANT WINTER STEREO FAIR "Sound Spectacular" Thurs. and Fri., Feb. 3 and 4 YATES MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from Sony! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Tommy Hunter (c) SATURDAY All in the Family Sportsmen's Dinner ,f WrSg Past Safely Roundup Truth or Consequences Teleprobe 7 Marker Report TBA Movie: A LHlle Plot at Tranquil Valley (c) Laugh In (c) World Movie: The Group Spor1s Curling Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevisien Ch. 4) FRIDAY Fllnlslones (c) Hawaii Flvc-O News (c) Story Thealre News Movie: The Great Movie: The Harder Missouri Raid They Fall Sporls Digest Ouidoor Sportsman Wrestling (c) SATURDAY Don Rlckles Snow Though! for Day Like Young Movie: Deadlier Rocky and Friends Mr. Chips (c) Than Ihe Male Underdog Wide World ol FBI (O call ot Ihe West Sports (c) News Hawkeye Klngo Bingo KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Globelrollers (c) Dr. Doolillie News (c) In the News (c) Woody Woodpecker O'Hara (c) Hair Bear Bunch Pink Panlher Movie: In the News Mr. Wizard She Wails Pebbles Buqaloos The Wind Drinkois Archie Jelsons TBA Sabrlna 3-00 Bugs Bunny News (c) KFBB-TV Great FRIDAY News (c) News Chronolog (c) Odd Couple Love American Slylc tc) News 10-3( Night Gallery Movie: Massacre Falls Channel 5 (Cablevfsion Ch. 11) SATURDAY News Jerry Lev.'is Road Runner Funky Phantom Jackson 5 Bewitched Lldsvllle (c) Curiosity Shop Jonny Quest Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller Gomes Bowling Wide Wold of Sporls Andy Wllllami San Diego Open American Adveniurt Arnie Bewitched Impaired driving cases increase OTTAWA (CP) The breath-test law resulted in a 63.3-per-cent rise in Impaired driving cases in Us first year of operation. A report by Statistics Canada says such cases numbered 76.614 in 1970, up nearly from 1969. Another drivers were charged alter refusing to provide a sample of their breath to police. The breath lest, which be- came mandatory Dec. 1, 1969, measures the level of alcohol in a driver's bloodstream. If the level exceeds eight parts per a driver under the law is impaired. A driver who refuses without good reason to provide a sample is subject to the same penalties theft LONDON (Beuter) Thieves escaped with an estimated 000 worth of silver bullion and coins bound for Rome Thurs- day in a raid on a freight train travelling through the London area. set out for impaired driving. Hit-and-run cases numbered up 900 from 1969, but charges were placed in only 19.1 per cent of these cases com- pared to 88.6 of impairmenl cases. Traffic offences under the Criminal Code numbered in 1970, up nearly with most of the rise in the impairec category. The number of accidents rose by less than in 1970 to and the rate of accidents was down from 1969. MORE KILLED Fewer fatal against in re- ported but they claimed more against in Quebec had the highest acci- dent death rate in the country and the lowest rates of impair- ment and negligence offences The hit-and-run rate in Quebec was exceeded only in British Columbia. The rate of impairment of- fences was higher in B.C. than in any other province. Quebec recorded of the traffic deaths, an increase MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL 13th St. and 8th Ave. N. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mutic by 'THE VARIETY MEN" MEM1ERS AND GUESTS WELCOME VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE, ALBERTA Pmenh for your enjoyment TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT "HELPLESS" TO P.M. up a party and In for a great fun-filled evtningl WE'RE NEWLY RENOVATED AND FULIY LICENSED! THE LETHMIDGE HOTEL TAVERN PRESENTS "CHANGES" TOP COUNTRY WESTERN ROCK GROUP Appearing this THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY from p.m. to 12 Midnight at LETHBRIDGE HOTEL TAVERN Cor. SHi St. and 2nd Ave. S. FULLY LICENSED CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor Starring Steve Forrest and Vera Miles. Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Jules Vern's "THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" In color. Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29. Friday show at pm. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fex Theatre "DON'T LOOK NOW WE'RE BEING SHOT In color. Starring Terry Tttomas. Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LAST VALLEY" In color. Starring Omar Sharif and Michael Caine. Friday, January 28. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "SAMSON AND THE SLAVE QUEEN" In color. Family. of 400 over In all other provinces but B.C., the number of deaths declined in 1970. ,B.C. reported 575 against 546 the year before but an increase In population lowered its death in all provinces but Quebec. Other traffic death totals, with 1969 figures in brackets: Newfoundland 82 Prince Edward Island 31 Nova Scotia 212 New Bruns- wick 219 Ontario Manitoba 163 Saskatchewan 215 Al- berta 404 Yukon and Northwest Territories 19 Only 14.4 per cent of tlic coun- try's fatal accidents were re- ported In the 12 largest metro- politan centres. But 40 per cent of accidents involving injury and 41 per cent of Uiose involv- ing damage over were in the 12 cities. The cities con- tained 38 per cent of Canada's population. Hubby takes Lana for SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Reu ter) A judge ruled yester day that actress Lana Turner's seventh husband defrauded her of and ordered the mar- riage dissolved. Superior Court Judge Goscoe Farley issued the ruling after a threeiay trial in which the hus- LANA TURNER divorced again band, Ronald Dante, 43, a night- club hypnotist, denied the alle- gation. Dante had filed the divorce action and Farley incorporated it into Miss Turner's civil suit in which the 50-year-old actress charged he defrauded her the money business deal. Dante said Miss Turner gave him the money to compensate him for a nightclub tour he can- celled to stay at her side at her request. The couple married May 8, _J69, and separated sii months later. Dante was her seventh busband and this was her eighth marriage. She was married iwice to another of her former lusbands. BROOKLINE, Mass. CAP) Television personality Ed Sulli- van has been presented the Brotherhood of Temple Ohabei ED SULLIVAN award repeater Shalom's annual brotherhood award. It was the second time Sulli- van received the award. The Drily other person in 39 years to receive the award twice was the ate Richard Cardinal Gushing, loman Catholic Archbishop of Boston. Sullivan received the award SPECIAL CANCELLATION NOTICE! Due to the inclement weather, the FACTORY BUS TOUR TO CLARESHOLM on January 29th and 30th is CANCELLED. For those people wishing to make the Tour on their own, the factory in Claresholm will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 30th only. SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. last night for "devotion and dedicated service in furthering the cause of human brother- hood." Sullivan's regular Sunday night television show went off the air last June after 23 years. Now 69, he produces eight specials a year and writes two newspaper columns a week. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Comedian Red Skelton says he won't schedule any more per- sonal appearances after eight remaining that were booked in advance. Skelton in an interview Thurs- day night, said: "I'm through with television. I won't go back. I think I was treated very un- fairly. After all those years, no one said anything to me. The show was just dropped." He admitted he plans to still keep busy in the entertainment fell I RED SKELTON peeved industry. After leaving here this weekend, he said he will begin work on a motion picture. He said he also planned to write music. COLLEGE Tonight and Sat. FAMILY ENTERTAINMINT Plus Spectacular Ski Short "GET HOT" TONIGHT al and p.m. SATURDAY SHOWS AT and p.m. MATINEE ADULTS CHILDREN 75e EVENINGS ADULTS V2.00 CHILDREN 14 Years and Under NOTE: Theatre Ticket Panes and Golden Age Cards are not valid for this attraction only. Janiwrr 21, THE LITHMIDOt HERALD 7 CO BY BUS Just over 11 per cent of Aus- tralians travel to work by bus. Today's PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 7iOO, "Carna! Knowlcdgn" Last Complete Shov: PARAMOUNT CPNEMA Friday Short Subjects "Hellslrom Chronicle" Last complete show Saturday Short Subjects "Hcllstrom Chronicle" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Toklat" Last Complete Show Saturday "Toklat" Last Complete Show Make Up A Parly And Come Ta The "EL RANCHO" New Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Friday and Saturday Thursday Night Only All Ladies Admitted FREE! Playing In The CABARET Thurs.-Fri.-5ol. "BILLY NICKEL" Entertaining In The LOUNGE "GREG WOLSEY" And In The OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurs.-Friday-Sor. "BERTI HIGA" GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. REGULAR DANCE SAT., JAN. 29th p.m. Music by JACK BLECH MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Be sure to attend our Masquerade Dance on Feb. 12th FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE FRIDAY, JANUARY 28th 9 p.m. Music by 'THE ALBERTANS" ADMISSION (INCLUDES LUNCH) Members and Guests LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday From p.m. to 12 Midnight This Week Featuring- "THE NIGHTRIDERS" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! Oi best movm Smith. Cotmopolltin Uigtiint Mike Bergtn. AnhirGarfunM, Ann Margtmnd Jute Reifler. Carnal Knowledge. RESTRICTED ADULT u Thi linguige in (his lilm may bt olfensivi lo somi piopli. Mmilir NOW SHOWING TONIGHT' At end p.m. FAMILY PARAMOUNT CINEMA TONIGHT, ttiru. SUN. At and p.m. Shocking. Beautiful. Sensual Deadly THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION SECOND CONCERT of the Season MONDAY, JANUARY 31st P.M. featuring the SYMPHONY CHORUS Major worki supported by part of Ihe Symphony Orchtitra, under the direction of WAITER GOERZEN ALL CONCERTS AT THE Yates Memorial Centre SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 2 MORE CONCERTS WATCH FOR DATES ;