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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 29, 1973 THE IfTHSRIDGE HERAID 5 1 TV MONDAY DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m., Ch. 13. Bar- bara Feldon as the critically iU wile ol a desperate doctor. SPOORT: Sportsman's Dinners Past, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Brent Seely's host and mil show filmed highlights of some previous dinners. COMEDY: Partridge Family. 8 p.m., Ch, 7. Trails of a young love unfold in this story ahout Danny and an 11-year- old admirer. DR.UIA: Circle of Fear, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. ''Doorway to Death" tells about a bargain apartment that isn't such a bar- gain. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 7. Cannon is out to protect a novelist who has written an ar.obiography of one of the world's richest men and is the object of attempted murder. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Small-town pre- judice blocks Ironside's Laempis to dear a murder suspect. DOCUMENTARY: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. A drama- tic reconstruction of the treason trial of Metis leader Louis Riel following the 1885 Kiel Rebellion. MOVIE DRAMA: "Never lo a.m., Ch. 7. A man confined to a mental institution for many years returns borne on the eve of his wife's marriage 10 another man. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Berlin I p.m.. Ch. 13. A tale about an investigator's dangerous hunt for a former partner. SPORT: NHL All-Mar Game, p.m., Ch. 7. East meets West in this 26th annual classic, live from Madison Square Garden. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Program! MB laKd by riu rod in and tdniijen tntian. Any variation hi program b dm to lam minute thangei by the Jhrttons and ii not Hie mpen- MEtf of llw Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if '.'crlsy Vj'v pcrary Sp-m; Leo Fan Vjs'.: ViE Sj-'Siy MONDAY tfiru FRIDAY Cr-K FcsJ Prices ELTV! 11 Leo v'l C ll Land Fs-n Nev.-s Il-Ki C E -5 ra--i KM 7.M Jeck CJOG Kid WW-. 3 553rt E-ent SKly a-Q c-c Rsrcn C MONDAY NIGHT TUESD1T Srsln CEC Ns.vs Prices S'x E Thyj CHEC FM Lavish musical cuts London run short LONDON fCP) I and et the Piccadilly Tnea'.re Xov j belt, the lavish S329.000 musical i 6 lo an enthusiastic audience 1 about Queen Victoria which fea- u tures the work of Canadian cho- reographer Brian Macdonald, will close Feb. 10 after only a three-month run. but cool notices. At least two critics hauled out that well-known phrase at- tributed to Queen Victoria 'we are not amused" to de- I The musical, first venture scribe their reacnon. into stage direction for movie I The show covers 60 years of director John Schlesinger of j Mctoria's reign and InevitaKy Midnight Cowboy fame, opened loses some sparkle halfway Post columnist hrough with the deati of Prince Albert. Star of the show Is British actress Polly James, who made her V.est End reputation In i the Canadian children's classic i Anne oi Geen Gables. It was the first West End show for Macdoaald of MOD- i Lreal, who holds tie Order Canada and is noted lor his j wort la ballet. He spent 11 weeks preparing for the musi- cal. HAD TOP TEAM The show had high-papered production team, with scrip by jav Allen, who adapted the suc- cessful stege and film versions nf The Prime oi Miss Jean .Brodie. and music and rrrics by the Broadway team o! Charles Strauss and Lee Ad- WASHINGTON (AP'i Wash- j who, the paper said, turned and ams. ingtcn Post columnist Macne yelJed: I The Evening Nei-s critic sap Cheshire is asking singer Frani You scum, go a-d lbe Sinatra lo apologize publicly ior take a bath. Print that 'Jiss I "unspeakable, unprintable-' re- Cheshire. Get sway from' me. i I marks she said he made about want to talk to vou. I'm Ke a management her at a during ihe week-; here to rid rf spokesman as ssymg it nas end marking President Nixon's tbe of Jliss Cheshire a seaion wants apolog from Sinatra y mostly .S. is a "wtal Full of goo MONDAY thru 547. -A- CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Rail: :a Rt.1 eroisEvard S'Kk V.srtel Nr.v V.cr'S EisM SrTJ Kerr NSA-S, News t-- R.i Five e Tl-is Ci'.T'ry a: Six Sherry Dyke shows hondful of oil scocped off beeches cl Alert Boy, B.C. off orthEOst coast of Vancouver Island following oil spill from grounded freighter, Small -niy of volunteers is trying to clean up 1he cil. _______________________ Brando, Minnelli nominated for best-acting awards ward Bennett Williams, counsel' daa-t voa-. for the Washingtoa Posi. on be- vou ter reacned -.inning lor Ine show, which has an excepupmUy hall of Mrs. Cheshire, sources fco reacned -obbv Urge cast, hsve been hign and close to the case said. 30 bvstanders Vere Press aSmt sald largL Sinatra had been scheduled as watchinB Sinatra was mimed i were necessary ior ttt bv Post 53 stojsas to eTBL, f at the columnist' aoiS Hacdonaid relumed to_WB- but e broad voa knew sda to tnatt a master of ceremonies for the in- augural committee's Americas Music Concert a week ago Fri- day niEht in the Kennedy Centre. He did not show and no explanation was given. television aim witn Les C.-ranos Marl was j Ballets Canadians in asben and tugging at Sinaira to i tier, fcbeduied to club where a champagne break- fast was being held for the Re- pubh'can national commir.ee. The Port's account in last bilk. "Here's baby. Taat's what used be was said to Monday's papers said Sinatra j have shouted, and stuifed the was rude to autograph-seekers bills into Mrs. Cheshire's empty and weU-ivishers. Mrs. Che- shire, who was in the restau- rant, approached JEss Mara and was spotted by Sinatra glass, turned and disappeared inic his limousine. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Methsnll Suile 5lh It. i. Ph. 327-7244 LONDON fAP) Five Amer-1 sin'5 Sodery of Film and Teie- icans. including Marlon Brando nsion Arts, and TJ7ji Minneui, were nomi- The society the Amen- nated for besi-acung can Cabaret, sucrmj awards to be presented by Brit-1 Miss Minaeili, heads the list of SEE IT IT'S NEW AT ANGLO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER pL-i'h buflsn GL'x. jcck fcr recCrdirg frcm rcc'ia, TV, 3V speaker, cs'aetar, ea-prc-e, carrying and iPholopiaplnc 419 5th ST. 5. PHONE 326-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" DECORATOR DELUXE. Toronto's Robert Dirs'sJn is cerhsci the most expensive end rr.csi-wcnted corclor. Susan Cancn talks to him Iliis IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MOS'DiY MGMT -1 .'5 ?-B J.jir: j s: Trc Li'a TUESDAY SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES >S CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre WILDERNESS" In color. Sbowir.g llor.- cay. a only. Cneck for times at theatre. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre WILDERNESS'1 In color. Snov-jig or.e day only. Monday, 29. Show? and p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLEY" In color. Starring Fred Williamson. D'urril'e Msnin p.r.d Don Pedro Colley. Monday. Tuesday and Jar.uary 29. 50 aBd SI. Monday snow at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre In color. Starring Hyweil Elke ir.cr a'ld Eklar.d. MoniTsy. asd WKincidf.y. January- 30 and 31. Monday shoves' p.t and c m. Adult. a ?or test movie oi j il'Tl. Cabaret received 11 ncrai-' notions, A Clockwork Orange seven and Young Winston and The Lsst Picture Show six each. Miss Minrjelli's ptrfonnarjce ir. Cabaret won ber the best-ac- tress nomination. Her rivals for the award are Anne Bancroft for her role in Yourjg Winston, Stepcace Audran ior her iormance in The Butcher and Dorothy Tuiin for her part in Savage Messiah. The nominations are made by within the Socier.' and the final awards are de- tidal by a ballot of iii 750 members. Princess Anne. president, wi'l present: Ir at a diicer Feb. 23. I Today's Showtimes PAAiMOUXT Short SubieclE the Sandbox" Last Complete Ehor CINEMA Snort S-jbiers "Slsuzr.tei'ho'jse 5" LsS Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Sreet "Hot Box" SAVE IN FEBRUARY WE SELL HEARING AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED Ary ce !er iel! ycj a htcri-ig cic, bu) coei hi the rv.oc'ern equipment end k-cwlec'as 1o f.t you thcl you ccn understand coiversaticn clesrly? DONT GAMBLE: Be sure Let our factory trained contulrantfl show you without obligation, hew yoi' can and should hear with a properly fitted hearing cid. Telephone 263-3197 for an office or home eppoinlmenl WORLD OF SUPERIOR HEARING RIDEAU MEDICAL DENTAL CENTRE 1711 4th STREET S.W. SUITE 207 CAtGARY, ALBERTA CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY 1? V t v c.-.- IP f i- ;o i; ss 1. G- "n Pierre DC KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) _MONDAY NIGHT t.lS IP A5-lCoHtTi 11-w 'i t.X Today NeVs e: ctf a Is c ,-i 5, c Cf cc-.'iu-y 1 s 53.ares (c) 1 S'.v-i 1. .0 i. 13.33 who, V.hflt, J.J TUESDAY Ll KFBB-TV Greol Falls Channel 5 (Ciblovision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY V.y Ch 'S-ci Perm New) Nevrt Captain Kangaroo Grntral Cs-MCQieicei ta LUc M Tl-e Jack (e) Doys ef Our J M B-H Ayflrty Cl JO C.rah'S Pi.icc 'p'" i: t-P hcsn is :o r.-1 GB ve Registered Retirement Savings Plans now at HIGH INTEREST J- TAX 0 SAVINGS NO Administration Charges Mail Coupon or Coll us Today TRUST 309 7th St. South LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5548 Please. send me. more. information NAME....................................... L05 AXGELE5 (API o: television tal1; hoM Griffin. -.7, sued ior di- vorce Friday. In Superior Corn peuiion to end ihe marriage, Ju- lann Griffin. 44. ciied irreojnci- !sKe differences EM estimated the couple's propertv- at H mil- ton. California homes, a 20- acre farm ii Jersey. in several radio rianons and office bui'dir.g in New York City were included in a lis! of couple's The Griffins on? son, AnThony Patrick Griffin. 13. S.W DIEGO. Calif. iAF'. who spent aeir'y ?0 years ?.s a srand-b for actor Gar.' Cooper, died o: car.cer. He was 77. Tabot. a of Hamihon. ILL. west to Hollywood Li IKS. Once he s-aid that Cooper, whoia he knew earlier in tana, perong a week when I pot NO a doabix.g ADULT NOT SUITABIE FOR CHILDREN paramount NOW SHOWING TONITE ot and p.m. XJP THE BARBRA STREISAND BOX HtMU W 71CAM4H HUM FtSTTVAL JLtRY PflIU AWARD RESTRICTED ADULT paramount Stt S- i Art. 327-5108 NOW SHOWING TONITE at and RESTRICTED ADULT RAVAGED... SAVAGED... TONITE thru WED First Show ct 7 p m. HETROCOLOR HIT lr Color NO 1 JVVCCI IVtkb Tob Humer ADDRESS Members Canada Deposil Insurniico Corp. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Jon. Jon. Feb. 1 1 Fri., Feb. Feb Feb. Feb. J FRITZ Hoyr n 1M J-l r P-T. 'b' v t- 30 PARK ICE to S 2 c 0 r m p r Fubl.c PARK j 5 CIVIC :-30 5 r-0 r NOTE: There will be no public ikoling Heno'cuon Pork Up Centre Fridcy evening February 2nd from 7 to 9 p m. due lo a provioui booking commitment. ;