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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta iTV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY ADVENTURE; MUskm: Impossible, Ch. 7. "In- vasion" tells o( a defence department advisor who murders an sir force official and sells vital top-secret material to foreign powers. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Fivc-0, p.m., Ch. 13. "Jury oC One" is about a police informer who tells McGarrett that one of the jurors in a murder trial has been bribed but the juror is slain before Five-O teams his identity. COMEDY: Bob Newhart, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Bob's therapy helps end a pitcher's slump but now the catcher needs help. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A bet is riding on Ted Baxter's uncanny ability to muff his lines. ADVENTURE: Search, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A government re- presentative is being blackmailed and Probe is asked to help but the agent involved nearly loses his life. VARIETY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Ch. 7. The Supremes, Ruth Buzzi and comics Burns and Schreifacr are tiie guests. SPECIAL: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Chemical Generation" is a study of drugs and alcohol abuse. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Welby, M.D., 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Tortoise Dance" is about a high school student who has a morbid fascination with death. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Marriage-Year 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A 1971 TV-movie about a young medical student and a free- spirited young girl struggling to find themselves in big city environment. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by Radio and Television Stations.. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The lethbridge Hera'd. CHEC Morley MtGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News; .Doug Marvin: Con- temporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News; Musfc We Remember: Eunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Cfark Leo Dsw Call of the Land Farm News John Dave KEnq Bob HeskeTh Farm Newt Jack Meufefd Chcc-IIne Caltlft Prices Paul Testier CJOC Newt wUK Bill SkeltDn, Rad Whlll. Bill sparl Brent Seely and Don Ma dean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Jim El.lor Newi, Weather Probe 1320 News, Wealher anH Soorti John ChBTlw 12-00 Jim Parsons CBC Ntws Joan Waltr field and Jlrn Elllof JacX probe Noon Firm CHEC-FM 100.9 an. Jack Thys World at Six MOM. THRU FRI, i noon Don McMasfer 12 nocn-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.02 midnight SATURDAY A a.m.-12 nosti Don McMaster 12 noctvS p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.: a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Concerts, s.r..'1 p.m. and Encores Concerts, overtures (Bob Coflcie) end Encores (Bob Cwicte) p.m. The Gaslhaui Haur (German program) 3-4 p.m. Don Redman 4 p.m.-12 mldnlgM Concerts, overture and Encores (Bob CoiKle) TUESDAY NIGHT CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Concerts, Nations As It Haptwns Syphony- ".....Provincial Afralft Inlrodmllon lo "'M ,j.0] Koon Tuesday Night Tuesday Night News, sports, Wealher From (he Capl Five Nighti A Week Orchestral Slice WEDNESDAY Warm Up Eye Opener World at a Eye Opener This Country Signal Stocx Market Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run World at Six The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! Reaching over Leihbridge and district readers bi-monthly. Got something you want to fell? Next Chinook will be out March 20th. (Advertising Deadline March 14th) CALL 318-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevitien Ch. 6) Stampede Wreslllnj Chez Helena Hollywood Squares Movie: Before News winter Comei Mission impossible WEDNESDAY Dob Newhart Super Heroes Hollywood Pilnocchlol MaYy Tyler Moore Wizard of Oz Flip Wilson Farm end Fronl Page city Challenge Audubon Tuesday Night Joan Walerfiefd News Mr. Dresstrp News, Sporl. Weslern Schools Brier Reports Friendly Giant New China missile dwarfs anything on Soviet pad By WILLIAM BEECHER New York Times Service WASHINGTON China is reportedly developing an inter- Director will be Honored HOLLYWOOD (AP) Movie director John Ford, whose films nclude Stagecoach, The Grapes of Wrath and She Wore a Ycl- ow Ribbon, will be given the American Film Institute's first award for "a career's achieve- ment in film-making." Actor Chai'lton Heston, chair- man of the institute's board of trustees, said Ford will be hon- ored at a March 31 for having done "as much ss any man to enhance the American cultural experience through the motion picture art." Ford, 77, has won four Academy Awards for directing. LONDON (AP) True, it was a brief engagement, but the impetuosity of youth cer tainly oUdn't figure in the mar- riage of American actress Elaine Stritch and actor J. M. Bay. They are ap- pearing here together in Ten- nessee Williams's Small Craft Warnings. They met during reiearsals for the play in January, am were married yesterday in a private ceremony. It was a first marriage for both. They are in tlicir 40s. continental ballistic missile that s even larger than the one in the Soviet arsenal and is also building concrete and steel'silos to protect it against surprise attack. The missile, well placed ad- ministration off iris's n liree-stage liquid fuel ICBM ap- >roxirnately'20 per cent larger 'n volume than the Soviet SS-9. COVERS CITIES A handful of new under- ground silos for the new missile is expected to have a range of to miles- arc being built at a missile test center west of Peking. Its range would permit coverage of most major cities and mili- tary targets in the Soviet Union and the United States. Once China successfully tests its first intercontinental missile at full range, analysts estimate, .t will take at least three years before a force of 10 to 30 mis- siles can be deployed. American planners believe that China wants a long-range ICBM both to deter the poten- tial threat of a first strike in some future confrontation with either the Soviet Union or the United States and' to prop'c China into superpower status alongside those two nations. Achievement by Peking of a strong deterrent capability would be expected to reduce the chances of war between Russia and China, planners say. But they worry that might also encourage Other countries, such as India and Japan, to develop nuclear wea pons and that it might evei load to Moscow and Washing ton modifying the treaty anti-missile forces to permi expansion of such defences. Slresl Pink Panther Luncheon Data Ed Allen Le1s Make a Deaf Truth or Consequences Klara's Korner 30 Edge- of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Leihbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT University of Air Buckshot Romper Room Canada A.M. Korean's Yoga Community Calenda 101 The University of Lethbridge 1 CONCERT SER6ES A RECITAL BY NORA ROSE (MEZZO SOPRANO) JOHN SEARCHFIELD (ACCOMPANIST) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, P.M. TICKETS: Leillers' Music Limited Switchboard Operator, University ef Lethbridge Votes Centre (immediately prior lo performance) Adult) 52.00 Students SOC PRESENTS GEORGE THE NIGHTLY IN THE SMPERfAL LOUNGE RETURN ENGAGEMENT. BY POPULAR DEMAND 1009 Mayor Magralh Drive -Tuesday, March 6, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD 7 Davis applauded for PoW offer Receives degree Chief Dan George, a British Columbia Indian who has gained acclaim for movie and television roles, sits with Ihe honorary doclorate of letters degree he received from Brandon University. The degree was for the chief's con- tribution to the Humanities and ihe Arts. Convicted killers might kill again DRUMHBLLEH (CP) A 25-year minimum _ sentence (or capital murder would turn a convicted killer "into an ani- who would have lost all hops for rehabilitaticii and might kill again to escape. That was the massage 15 con- victed murderers imprisoned in the Drumheller Penitentiary gave at a meeting Nyith Marcel Prud'Homme, the Montreal member of parliament and co- author of a proposed amsnd- Moiuitaiu View steer sells tor CALGARY (CP) The jrand champion market steer of the 1973 Calgary buU sale, a 5CO pound Charolais Angus crossbred, sold for 5855 in an afternoon of bidding that saw- no record prices. Rod McKenzie of Mountain View, Alia., received 95 cents a from Woodwards Stores ror the animal which judge Andy Brown of LethbrWge said had everything he desired in a quality steer. The reserve champion, an pound Angus Limousin crossbred shown by Calgary's Highland Stockfarms, went to Canada Safeway for 60 cents a pound. The 35 animals auctioned went for an average of 49.4 cents a pound or 5430.25 an ani- mal. SOUTHERN LBERTA Brady Bunch News CO Hawaii Hettttrx Hunter! Bob Hope Special Please sir len Tyson Marcus Welby News News Merv Griffin WEDNESDAf Thought for Day Fltntstones Mov'w: Marriage: Ynr One Somerset (c) Fashions Tn Sewing AnoTner World Parlons Francals Whafj The Troutle with Tracy Gtxxt Word Bet Anything You Style Oil Pierre Berton sjg Beat, the Clxk NHL KRTV Great foil. Channel 3 (Cobl.vition Ch. 9} TUESDAY MIGHT Cousin Maude Bridget Loves Bernie Salute Agrlcullurt World Turns Today Today In Montana 12J35 The DocTori Price Is Right Another Worli S8le w Century Secret Slorm President'! Analyst Hollywood Squtrei i-.m Mike Douglas H.w.11 Flvt-0 Jeopardy.......__ yir, Scully Show ,v Tonight Show WEDNESDAY our worm N8V.-S Conc.nlr.iloo X- 30 News J-oo NBC N.wl KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (dblevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News Mews Trulh Of Consequences Temperatures Rising The Lelters Marcus Welby Movie: "10 Rillinuton Place" WEONESOAY Kevjtywtd Farm Game News News Caplaln Kangaroo General Hospital News Lite to Llvt JSCK LlLinnt Days (X Audrey GallDplng Gourmet Dlnan's Place ov My Children The Last Let's take A Curlews Deal Password CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "KASY RIDER" In color. Starring Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 6 and 7. Tuesday show nt s'rla p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "X, Y and ZEE" In co'or. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Caine. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAKING IT" In color. Starring Marlyn Mnson, Bob Balagan and Joyce Van Patten. Tuesday, March 6. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT'S UP, In color. Starring Barbra sand and Ryan O'Neal. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March G, 7, 8. 9 and 10. Tuesday Shows at and p.m. Family. Todayi Showtimes "Pulp" "Return to Ssbala" Oiio Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable For Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Cabaret" Two Complete Shows Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "The Getaway" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult WASHINGTON (AP> iammy Davis Jr: announced xrtore President Nixon and a White House audience that hi lamed to give a gala enter- airunonl in honor of returning irisoners of war and to start an mergency fund lor the families f PoW's who didn't come back rom Vietnam. Davis was playing a one-mari Dvening at the White House and .ie gathering of about 250, in- :luding a large number of con- jressmen and the Apollo 17 as- ronauts, gave hire a standing vation for his offer and for his lerformance. Recalling his famous embrace if President Nixon at the Miami Beach Republican Na- tional Convention, where he campaigned for Nixon's re-elec- tion, Davis laughingly recalled at the start of his show: "Where else but in America could one grown man hug an- other grown man and get in- vited to his Launching his hour-long per- formance in the East Room with Candy Man, the song that won him his first gold record, Sammy explained: "I'm open- ing up with Uie heavy weights. As they say on tile cornerr "This is as far uptown as I'm ever gonna get.' His repertoire included imper- sonations of Fred Astaire, Frank Sinatra and Louis Arm- strong. pull ipr "The People Who Take Timo to Build rillLir J Bring you tlle ,inM, !n now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13lh St. N, Phone 327-4979 Heartache Razz Band" lent to the capital punisbrnen ill now before the House jus ice committee. Mr. Prud'IIomme, who di-af ed the amendment with Liberal Jim Fleroronig of Tor onto, has proposed a 25-yea eligibility date for parole ;ases of "first degree murder. First degree murder wou include murder of a peace, o ficer, prison guard, and mur- der during a kidnap, rape, or armed robbery. The amend- ment made no mention of pun- ishment in other cases of mur- der. HOOD FOH HANGING Mr. Pnid'Homme told the in- mates the 25-year minimum salience is a necessary com- promise between abolishionists and relentionists in the current debate. "The mood of the country is ui favor of he said. Ha said in his opinion the iresent federal cabinet would ;ang a man if there were no grounds for the exercise of- mercy in the case. "Some of my colleagues who in favor of abolition in 967 would vote today for hang- ng because they are fed up -vith the violence in the coun- try. That position has a certain logic to it." But he said, "to me, the death penalty is totally unac- ceptable." Even if there was evidence (hat hanging deterred murder, he said he would vote for aboli- tion.- In a violent society, the state must not be violent If i hopes to lead the country awa> from the common use of vio- lence. paramount STARTS TOMORROW HRST SHOW 7 P.M. "I don't live the rest of my life as a man... RESTRICTED ADULT Ivtsint wharf; toe a, woman.. That sensational book is now a major motion picture starring Anne Heywood SECOND FEATUREJ EASTMAN COLOR The young people return to OLD MAN'S L lACJb It will never (he same. NOMINATED FOR 10 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "LISA M1NNEU1" BEST ACTRESS RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema St 4lh South. Tonight and Wed. AT P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT STEVE MucGRAW IN ?0ui Ave. Mayor Tonight and Wed. Al ond p.m. TIMEO IN TOOO-AO 35 THE MOST EXCITING SHOW SINCE "BULLin" Is this a human being? YOU BE THE JUDGE SEE THE NON-RELIGIOUS PRESENTATION HOW IT IS" Based purely on medical, social and physiological areas. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE MARCH llth 2-4-7 end 9 p.m. Free Admission Presented by the Knights cf Columbus Council 1490, Lethbridge Thri ntSveriiiemertt imerlacf by Knights ol Columbus Council M90, telhbridgn "'A ;