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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Great I p.m., Cm. 7. A slapstick farce about two rivals in a 1MB road race from New York to Paris. Part II will be seen at 9 p.m. MOVIE DRAMA: "The AvtoMofraphy of Miss JaM p.m., Ch. f. Cicely Tyson gives an outstanding performance in a role that takes her from age 19 to 110. CRIME DRAMA: "Chopper p.m., Ch. 11. A police helicopter is hijacked to break a convict out of prison. CRIME DRAMA: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 13. A nightclub comedian attends a reunion with college cronies of 20 years ago some of whom turn up dead. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A Chinatown murder has Ironside looking for the son of an old friend in "Terror on Grant CRIME DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 16 p.m., Ch. 13. The widow of a philandering professor who was killed by the same campus sniper who shot her paramour. SPORT: Commonwealth Games, p.m., Ch. 7. Swimming and diving are included in tonight's highlights. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Man Who Finally 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A man returns home to find his father's death shrouded in mystery. FRIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Versailles 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Two secret agents compete against time and death for valuable secret documents. WANT TO BE POPULAR? Phone 329-0955 Monte Cristo Dance Academy AFTERNOON RATES FOR COUPLES V2 PRICE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "Justice" at the MINERS 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only LABOR CLUB Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Fri. and Sat. February 1st and 2nd "LINEMEN" Members and Their Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE NEPTUNE FACTOR" in color. Starring Walter Pigeon Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 31, February 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. PORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE DAY OF THE JACKAL" in color. Starring Edward Fox. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 31, February 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "PRIVATE DUTY NURSES" Starring Kathy Cannon. Thursday, January 31 show at p.m. RE- STRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HIGHPLAlNS DRIFTER" in color. Starring Clint Eastwood, Verna Bloom and Mariana Hill. Thursday, January 31 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT TABER Tower Theatre "TOM SAWYER" In color. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 31, February 1 and 2. Thursday show at and p.m. FAMILY. Turntable topics Country singer Susan Raye scores hit in new album By RIC SWIHART Plastic Trains, Paper Planes Susan Raye burst on the country and western music scene just a few years back and has been pouring out hit after hit ever since. A close association, professionally, with country and western star Buck Owens has created a strong union. In her new album Plastic Trains, Paper Planes, Susan brings her clear voice home with 10 new songs, many of them hit material. The entire album follows an easy-listening, relaxing path with Susan's voice predomi- nant over the music. The ac- companiment is excellent with some super guitar and drum work throughout. Eight Buck Owens songs contribute to the 24-minute album on a Capitol label. (ST Arms Full of Empty Buck Owens, long recogniz- ed as a leader in the country and western music field, puts 10 new songs together in Arms Full of Empty. His nasal sound is predominant throughout and he makes full use of some excellent vocal accompaniment. Instrumentation is terrific, particularly at the beginning of songs. This Capitol label album is not unlike the normal Buck Owens record but the material is new. Touch The Morning Don Gibson brings 11 songs of enjoyment to country and western buffs on his newest Hickory Records album. Distributed in Canada by London Records of Canada, Don achieves a real balance between fast-paced pieces and lazy, easy-listening songs, all directed at the number one topic of country and western music people their relationships, loves and hates. A clear and concise voice is somewhat obliterated in places by instrumentation. (HR Half Breed Cher, the female half of Sonny and Cher, rides her In- dian ancestry to the crest with a real hit in Half Breed. This piece is the best on the album. With 11 numbers, Cher loses some of her appeal in a few of the songs. One wonders when' her husband-singer Sonny is going to burst on the scene and after some of the songs, one wonders why he didn't. Her strong voice is enhanc- ed at all times by uncluttered background music. (MCA- Ernie Ford Sings About Jesus A topic usually a strong point with the pea picker from down south, Ernie falls flat in this album. Even a strong song like What a Friend We Have In Je- sus is presented like some evangelist. The strong point of the album is Ernie's voice a rasping deep-throated voice that is synomous with him He struggles through 10 songs on a Capitol record. If You've Got The Time, I've Got The Song .Ten songs on a Capitol record brings some good pieces from Red Steagall His numbers in this album require more concentration than the average country and western song. Red presents a real easy go- ing voice throughout but he never really puts out to try to overpower the listener. It is fortunate because his songs aren't suited to wall banging amps. The album has excellent ac- companiment, both instrumental and vocal (ST -11228) The Last Blues Song An easy-listening album with slow-paced songs that reach far back into country and western tradition, Dick Curless features Room Full of Roses, Get On Board My Wagon and Country Music Man among his 10 songs. Well-known for his trucker songs, he applies his precise voice to tunes that carry a lot of feeling in this album. The entire format of the album is traditional country western music, mostly slow-paced (ST TftMMMy, January LfTHMlDOt HEAALO-7 Film on China attacked PEKING (Reuter) China today unleashed a savage at- tack on a film about China made by .Italian director Michelangelo Antoniom, say- ing it echoed the anti-Chinese propaganda of the "Soviet revisionists." The attack, covering a whole page of the People's Daily, accused Antonioni, who visited China in the spring of 1972 to make the film, of dis- torting the reality of life un- der the Communist regime oy ignoring China's new achievements and concentrating on backward and reactionary scenes. The article said the film re- flected the "extreme hatred for the New China of a handful of imperialists and social- imperialists abroad" college cinema Younger CBC men to run operations OTTAWA (CP) A shuttle in top management of the English services division of the CBC announced last week is intended to put younger blood in command, says a CBC headquarters informant. The shuffle, to take effect officially April 1, replaces Eugene Hallrnan, S3, with Don MacPherson, 41, as vice- president and general manager of CBC English radio and TV services. It also brings Denis Harvey, 44, up the ladder as deputy assistant" general manager from the post of chief television news editor. Mr. Hallman, who has been head of the English Services for almost five years, is ex- pected to retire later this year after 25 years service The moves were announced as the CBC prepares to go be- fore the Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission (CRTC) next month to seek a five-year renewal of all its radio and TV broadcasting licenses. But a spokesman for the corpora- tion said the shuffle is not like- ly to be discussed before the CRTC since the regulatory body generally steers clear of internal management questions. Mr. MacPherson has been director of television in the Toronto region since 1971, and is a former film director and producer. He also was director of news and public affairs for the CTV Network, which now has been joined in Ontario at least by the Global Television Network as the CBC's competition. Wages hiked OTTAWA (CP) A month contract was signed Wednesday between clerical and regulatory workers of the federal public service and treasury board which provides average wage increase totalling 16 per cent The agreement, which con- tinues to Nov. 16, 1975, sets out a pay range between and retroactive to last July Mr. Harvey, a former news- paper executive editor, became chief editor of CBC- TV news a year ago. None of the principals in the executive shuffle would com- ment on the switching roles. The posts involved are senior to the two main operating branches of CBC heirarchy, which remain headed by Knowlton Nash in news and information programs and by Thorn Benson in entertainment pro- grams. Socialite donates million Socialite Mary Jane Sertel, bed-ridden with terminal emphysema, has donated million to the University of Miami Medical School. Mrs. Ser- tel. the widow of insurance executive Lino Sertel and founder of the Miami Social Register, says she changed her will to fin- ance pulmonary disease at the school after learn- ing the extent of the damage to her lungs. TONITE thru SATURDAY DOUBLE TRINITY DOUBLE the LAUGHS1 Mrs Adult JO MEAN, JIB SHOT HIS HORSE FOR SMILING! They Call Me Trinity' aefienZacaharias DanSturioe QselaHahn Elena Fedemotae and with fartey Granger Produced by tab Zingirelli HIT NO. 2 SECOND FEATURE TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME' with Hill EVERY THURSDAY 8 p NEW BLACKOUT Film ruled not obscene WINNIPEG (CP) The Manitoba Court of Appeal, in a 3-to-2 decision, has ruled that the controversial film Last Tango In Paris is not obscene. The judgment dismissed a crown appeal against a lower court dismissal of charges against Odeon Morton Theatres Ltd and United Ar- tists Corporation, declaring that the film, now showing in Winnipeg, was obscene and should be banned. Chief Justice Samuel Freed- man, in favor of the dismissal of charges, said it was his view that the film could be compared to a coat and its buttons "The film in its entirety may be regarded as the coat The sexual scenes the but- the judge said "The buttons have an essential role to play in a coat. They are not the coat, and it would be an error to treat them as if they were "The viewer who condemns the film merely on the basis of its sexual episodes has ad- judged the buttons and not the coat." CHILDRENS SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE paramount Destroy the most dangerous animal alive... TARZAN! NatMMl GtMril Peturtf prmntt m COLOR Based on Itie TARZAN TV Series FAMILY Plus Cartoons Doors Open Show At p.m. Only ALL SEATS THIS SHOW paramount NOW SHOWING at p.m. The Graduate-Summer off '42 and now the Paper Chase A Movie to 20th Century-Fox Presents Timothy Bottoms John Houseman "The Paper paramount cinema COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDBE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM Jin. Feb. Feb. Feb Feb. 4 wnacK Swim (Adults Only) 1200-1 00 Swim (Adults Only) 12 00-1 00 p m PUBLIC SWIM 7 30-9 30 p Swim "3 00-6 00 p SWIM 6 00-8 00 p Swtm irtulls only) 1 on p m HE'IKMM SKATING 2 00-4 00 p Public Skating 4 00-5 30 p m ADAMS ICE and PRE-SCHOOLERS FREE SKATE 10 00-12 00 Noon PUBLIC SKATE 7 00-9 00 p Skate '00 Skate 1 00-2 30 p m Public Skate 1 00 5 00 p m Family Skating 6 00-7 30 p CMC NX Public Skating 4 00-5 Skating 8 00-10 Skating 1 00-2 30 p m 'ublic Skating 3 00-5 00 p HR AUXMDH nn i 30 P m 00-4 30 p m 00-5 00-4 30 p m TONITE thru SAT. p.m. A Love Story for Young and Old. A beautiful Picture Adult. It's about the first time you fall in love. 7' 'Jeremy1 Elliott Kaitner "Jeremy" Written and Directed l.v Arthur Barren Starnni; Robby Benson introducing Glynnii O'Connor Music bv Lee Holdridge Produced Pftppti A Kentttet Film production IE DEUM ULUDAMUS" (J. Haydn) Accompanist Ruth ClarKe 'JUDAS HACCABAEUS" (G.F. Huff) Accompanied by t? Orchestra Lethbridge Symphony Association presents the Lethbridge Symphony Chorus February 4th p.m. Cmtrt) tOLOISTS: Colleen Kaufmtnn (Soprano) Mark Thornton (Alto) Kaufmann (Tenor) Arthur Hunt (Ban) Walter Qoernn (Conductor) 2 ;