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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ------..Friday, March 10, 1972 THE HERAID _ Pearl Bailey 'doing well' LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer l'cm-1 Bailey was re- ported "doing very well" hero her second heart at- tack in four weeks, a spokes- man said. Miss Bailey, 53, liad liecn listed in guarded condition after being admitted to hospi- (al Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS! FHIDAY JIYHTKIIY MOVIE: McCloml, p.m., Cli. 7. Tlic vic- tim is a cop who may have been using blackmail to get his daughter itilo a Broadway MOVIH DHAMA: "To Sir Will 7 p.m., til. 13. Hostile high school class in London's tough East End battles wits wi til 'the teacher. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Jo Ann Pflug as communist wife in a Mod World look at love and marriage, a bellhop in hot pants and J. Edgar Hoover's secretary. SI'KCIAL: Figure Skating, 0 p.m., Ch. J3. The world's women figure skaters compete for the crown at Cal- gary. MOVIE DRAMA: "Far From Ihc Madding Cli. 7. Julie Chrislie as a headstrong farm owner who shares fateful relationships with three men. JIOVIK WESTERN: "Onc-K.vccl a.m., Ch... The story of a man who breaks out of prison io take revenge on the accomplice who betrayed him. SATUHDAY SPORT: Tennis 4 p.m., Ch. 7. First of three Canadian Open Tennis Championship matches filmed last August at Toronto. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. High- lights of the week's action at the Canadian Curling Cham- pionships at St. John's, Nfld.; Indoor Tennis Classic in To- ronto last month and. World Figure Skating Championships from Calgary. wmVjSML fitted by the radio and itolloiu. rAny. variation r" program icheduto it due to lent, ctiMgei by .Hie italioni and U not the respon- of 1he Herofd or Anglo Ditirlburen Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King fl-iOO Barry Keg I and Jack AT CHEC CHEC-Ff.V SATURDAY Buryl Clark News News, Sporti Dave King Paul Tessier FRIDAY NEGHT World ar Six Request Action John Walker American Top CJOC a.m. Dcug Wayne Barry sen Shaw News SATURDAY News Sports I'D Mews, VVIhr, Sparls News if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOM. 7HRJ SAT. Concern (Bob Den Hedi Don ftlacMasler Den MacMsslpr Sign OH CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Playback Marjiiny Con FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run World af Six As II Happens The Enierlamci News From Ihc CapHaK Five Mights a Week Eye News Right or Wrong Atfantic Symphony The Scene Solo Identities Sport, VJthr. Family Favorite) The Big Bands Met, Opera SATURDAY Jazz for the Record SONY TC366 THREE-HEAD ERIO TAPE DECK FEATURES: Reversible Slanted Walnut Base provides 1he perfect angle for either Horizontal or Vertical Operation Noise Suppressor Switch Three-Heads for Source Monitoring ft Ultra-High Frequency Bias Pause Conrrol with lock Controlled Bock Tension Vibration-Free Motor 0 Sound -on -Sound Cap- Record Equalization Selector Two VU Meters Suggested Retail 319.95 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcteo and fholopiapliic Centet SHi SI. 5. Phone 328-6922 I c Tt CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) Lelhbrirfge 72 Bejllc Galley Kinita (r) Marine Boy {c1 News tc) sequences Teleprorit! s Make1 a Dean Our Chang' 7 World Safety RounJup Give My Movie: Far Tumlileweeds (c) to Bread' 1 he Madding Crowtf 1 :M Children's Cinema "TURO" iSan rommv All in Jhe Family Spiderman (c) Bugs Gunny CFCN-TV Lothbridge Channel T3 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY f.'cv-i Movie: Safn-fln 13.20 Movie: One-Eyed Art Instruction J'KKi Sports Sportsman With V.'orJtl Skalin FBI C SATURDAY TJiought for Dsy Like Young Rocky and Friends Mr- Chioi 'c Batman News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch, 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY Josie end PuJWcats Ncvvi fcj CGF Telecwrse Mwkecs O'Hara (c) HarJem 10'30 You Arc There Movie; [c> Chifdren's Film Fcit In Ihe News (c) NCAA First Hair Dear Bunch Round in 1he Danger is My Pebtirs Dusinesi fcj fi-SO Archie News Sabnnd Haw (c) All In the Fa Wlfjfil Tonirjhl Sli KFBB-TV Great Falfs Channel 5 (Cablevisron Ch. 11} FRIDAY News (c) News Movie: t Frame a Figg Odd Couple WrOO Love A TJe Per Mo SATURDAY News Jerry Lewis tr2G Read Runner Funky Phantom Jackson 5 Sewifched fc> 6.30 (ct cr, Curiosity Shop Village ol Jor.ny Quest nncd Lancelot LfnK '-tt- Roller Games American Ad ture Bowling Wide World ol Sporti Alias Smiih arrf Jones (cl .loan Water field Al Uirt ll aflcr rv RICHMOND, Va. (M') Al; intestine, which absorbs an esti- Hirt, the tram- j inaictl BO JILT cent ol what is NTEIITAINMENT T YE E IT'S Dance Fcslivaf Lime again, Nine years old and still growing. GutiLjif attentions arc in order lo the Gyro club and Ihc Lelli bridge Ballet Aux- iliary. Festival president, Dr. Kcitli Ixnvings, recalls the first festi- val mn Thursday evening and all day Friday and Saturday, Sole adjudicator was Gwynclh Lloyd of the Winnipeg Ballet. Now, with entries, Ilio festival will open Monday and go the week to Saturday's Fes- tival Highlights. This year Ibe ballet rater be Smith, for- mer prima ballerina, with tlio National. Miss Smith's career was highlighted by a dazzling partnership with the great Krili Hruhn, but since suffering a knee injury she wil 1 concen- trale on choreography and the formation of a small concert group. Tap and stage dancing adju- dicator is Roland of the Roland Romainc dance studios in Toronto. Choreographer of the Pig 'n Whistle dancers, Roland follows in the lively steps Brian Foley and Don Gillies, two adjudicators who had tiie happy faculty of teasing young competitors into laughter while handing them a tough evalua- tion of their work. From Sydney, Australia, comes Dorothy Kcrr lo handle Highland and Irish dancing. Mrs. Kerr's interest in the Al- berta festival is such that she is coming to Canada a month before .she is required by the Highland Her dedication can be mea- sured by the fad thai she will land in Vancouver, fly to Cal- gary and drive to Lcthbridgc to arrive just six hours before she confronts her first dancers. 1 Competitors like John Kam- inski, Crawford and Debbie Skalcy return year after year. An interesting aspect of festival works is that these young dancers and many others have broadened their original involvement to include Hie whole spectrum of the dunce. It's all at the Yalcs from sun-up (some classes a I seven) to close to midnight and well worth your attention and attendance. The Limp Qill award for '72 goes to the writer of last Satur- day's Best of Karen, Narrator John B a il h a m ploughed gamely through a script that was True Romances out of Lawrence Welk and cre- ated a verbose bloc to the ma- gic that is Magnussen, Yes, there arc nine months more to submit nominees, but nothing worse could turn up. Of course there is alwavs Jalna! GAMES: A favorite on TV. Passport Photos .Candid Wtddlngi Picture Framing Pheto A; i. CROSS STUDIO Phon! 328-0111 710 3rd S. Phono 338-0322 VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE ALBERTA Presents for your enjoyment TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHTI "EVENING SHADOWS" (Yvonne and Harry) 8r30 1o p.m. We're newly renovated and fuljy licensed! CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS known as "Acidic- Ihc proper- ly." Here's how il works; an agent has a "star" in search of a series or suffering a prolong- ed period of "resting." Example; Hurl Reynolds. Thus; a guest liost shot on John- ny Carson, slots with Carol Bur- nett, Sonny and Cher. You can now make book on whether he'll pop up on Hollywood Squares or Dinah Sliorc. (Latest check on TV Guide; Enrt is three across from Charlie What now the Baling Game? The exposure is almost inde- cent uut any number caJi play and it helps while away a weary season. Watch now for Karrn Valentine (Room Touring Southern Alberta churches is the rock-folk musi- cal Natural High. Director musician Annafoellc Pruegger has taken a non-de- nominational group of young people and whipped them into shape, added musicians Curtis Stuckcri, Don Flaig, Robert Cowie and Bob George and come up with something that is lively and moving. Next appearance will he Ihis Sunday at McKiilop United Church. NO WREATHS FOR HADIO: Ths arrival of television here in 195G was seen by local Cassan- dras to toll the demise of radio. Well the death knell has been, at most, a resounding tin- kle, and ttie advent in 1959 of CHEC AM-F.M (making Leth- bridge a two station city) gave evidence that any rites were more than premature. Now CHEC president Ilarolil Brown announces application to the CRTC for power increase, a counter to night pattern wipe- out of Canadian radio here in the south. Also planned are sat- ellite broadcast operations and FM stereophonic sound. It's an ambitious and imagin- ative concept, but these are not the boondocks. The area lo be served is worthy of Ihis larger thinking and support of the brief by local residents should be forthcoming. Such an advance in service, supported by tile exciting pros- p of stereo programming by CHEC, should prove that radio is alive, well and living soundly in southern Alberta. TV WEEK: Saturday, Ch. 5, p.m., Last Child (Van Hef- Ch. 13, 9 p.m., A Matter of Innocence (Hayly Ch. 13, p.m., Guns o[ Navar- one; Sunday, Ch, 7, p.m., j Chariots of the Gods; Monday, Ch. 13. p.m.. The Goddess (Kim Ch. 7, p.m. Take Thirty (Cecil Tuesday; Ch. 13. a.m. Pica-re Ecrton (Baby Mara- Cli. 5, p.m., Gram- my Awards, Cli. 7, p.m., Telescope (Ma Wed- nesday; Ch. 7, p.m., Tarn- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney presents Jules Vcrnes LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" in leclmicolor Friday and Saturday, March 10 and II. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" m color starring Walter Matlhall Maureen Staplelon. Barbara Harris and Grant. Friday and Saturday, March 10 and II. Friday sliow al p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH- ill Color starring Victoria Vetri. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March JO, It and 12. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "STAR SPANGLED GIRL" in color starring Sandy Dun- can. Friday and Saturday, March 10 and II. Friday at and p.m. Matinee Saturday af p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "BILLY JACK" in color starring Tom Laughlin and Delores Taylor. Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tues- day, March 10, 11, J.I and 14. Friday slwws at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special malincc Saturday at p.m. "AROUND THE WOULD IN A DAZE" in color with Ihe 3 Stooges. All sent.'; Me. Family. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short'Subjecfs "The Boy Friend" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "Devils" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "Pocket Full of Money" Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee "Disorderly Orderly" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "RIA" EVERY NIGHTI IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN "The Ray Review" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) ing of Hie Shrew (Taylor-Bur- p.m.. liomeo and Ju- liet Ch. 13, p.m. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Midnight, Da- vid Frost (David Thurs- day; Ch. 7, p.m., Pinian's Rainbow; Kritlay, Ch. 5, p.m. Double Play; Ch. 13, p.m., My Sweet Charlie (Patty CALENDAR: Tonight and Sat- urday, King and I; Sunday, Je- sus Christ, Superstar, Natural High; Monday, Dance Festival Opens; Tuesday, R.M.T. Reci- tal; Saturday, Festival High- lights. peter from New Orleans, has undergone surgery for obesity in the Medical College of Vir- ginia Hospital. "He is doing the hospi- tal reported m a statement yesterday, one week after the operation. Hirt, 49, underwent surgerv to achieve a bypass of the small sion in 1975. eaten. With the bypass, his txxly will absorb less food and he should be able to lose as much weight, as 100 pounds, doctors said. COI.OH IN Australia is to get color telcvi- Tiny Tim contesting ivife's suit NEW YORK (AP) Tiny Tim said today he is contest- ing Miss Vicky's suit for sepa- ration or divorce because "I don't ever want to be sepa- rated from her." Moreover, he added in tele- phone interviews, should her suit be successful f'if she mar- ries again, I'll consider she's living in sin." The rong-tressed singer said earlier in the week that the bride he married before 20 million viewers on NBC's To- night show had left him after he went through the fortune he made with falsetto versions of such old favorites as Tiptoe Through the Tulips. He said Miss Vicky told him in. a phone call from Haddon- field, N.J., she is living with her parents: "I don't love you anymore. What I told you before the changed my mind. I don't believe in what you do. I want to live, I want to live in this world and not in the world to come." Tiny Tim, whose real name is Herbert B. Khaury, said that before the marriage "I told her 1 didn't believe in rierire I did not want to make marriage for s-e-x and for the lust of the flesh." WEEKEND Special 3 Mama Burgers 99 Special in effect Sat. and Sun. only AT BOTH LOCATIONS 210 3rd Ave. S. 1507 Mayor Magralh Dr. (GRENADIER ROOM) MOJO REVUE" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGF FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES 8r30 P.M. TO 1 A.M. FULiy LICENSED THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- THE 1812 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE I I I DALE KETCHESON Ashtnfli for leuoni fer CLASSICAL GUITAfc MONTHIVI "22.50 SESSIONS START IN 7 DAYSI v. fHONE 327-7524 TODAY! TRUEGGER'SSTUDIOS 530 5th Street South CHILDREN'S SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE COLLEGE On The Screen "DISORDERLY ORDERLY" In Color With Jerry Lewis Plus Cartoons One Complete Show at p.m. Doors Open p.m. All Seats This Show 50e NOW SHOWING of ond p.m. Treat yourself to this fabulous musical and gel thli fantastic gift! Adult ticket holders will be entitled to one free intro- ductory gift certificate for donee instruction at the 'Monte Carlo Dance Academy' a value. lltART U'ARMIMj TOt-TAppiNC, exwriMjously ddiqltTful. MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA is Kf N Ruistll's Pnoducriw of TilEBOYmiEND FAMILY Mc-trocolcr Matinee Saturday at 2.15 p.m. "A Unique and Often Stunning Spectacle! As a Glimpse of Hell, It Superbly, Frighteningly h, i II Based on "The Devils of LoutJon" by Aldous Huxley VANESSA REDGRAVn-vOUVnU REED JN KEN RUSSELL'S FILM Ol- THE DEVILS RESTRICTED ADULT TONiTE thru SUNDAY 2 DELUXE SHOWS at nnd p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING al and p.m. It taxes two to make such a special one! ;