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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY COMEDY: Mn mid the Cliinip, p.m., Ch. 13. No flnshlighl and a lost security blanket upsets Buttons and means sleepless nights for the family. VAK1ETY: David I'rosl Kcvlcw, p.m., Ch. 7. Guest star is Terry Thomas and the two combine their wit in an examination of the English. SPECIAL: Dob Hope, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Bol) takes aim at Oscar nominated movies with guests Elke Sommer, Dyan Cannon, Connie Stevens and Eva Gabor. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Cti. 7. A young convict is allowed outside for university study but he's serving as a courier for an imprisoned syndicate leader. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tlie 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A deranged sniper is the menace in this TV-movie pilot which follows the (raining and first assignments of new policemen. Darren McGavin stars as the crusty sergeant in charge. WESTERN: James Garner, p.m., Ch. 13. A rarity in a TV hero gets killed! Garner plays his twin brother who is killed. VARIETY: Sim City Scandals '72, 9 p.m., Cli. n. Show business veterans strut their stuff on this nostalgic hour with host Johnny Carson. RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Cli. 7. "Science and Religion" is the first of three parts with hydrogen bomb physicist Edward Teller as special guest. j TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Rawhide I p.m., Cli. 7. In the 1870s a man who shills for a riverboal gambler is implicated in a murder. MOVIE COMEDY: "Fancy 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A mother and daughter return to New Mexico from Britain with their English valet who is really an unemployed American actor. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings programs an titled by the radio and tteileiu. Any variation In program due to Ian- mlnure changes by (he stations and Is not the respoi sibllily of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon Contemporary Sports Morfey McGill wllli Contemporary MONDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegfand Jack Ncwleld TUESDAY Suryl Cfark CHEC-Llna CJOC Sho MONDAY NIGHT World at Six TUESDAY Requeif Adion CBC News Rob Ingram Jim Ellioll John Walker Phone Bill Doug Antfcrson Wayne Barry Leo Dow John Oliver Dave King News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly World at Six CHEC FM if on the Hour Wlhr. on the Half Hou Concert (Bob WON. THRJ SAT. Don MacMasfer Don MacMaslcr Den Hodman a.nx SigrvOK CBR- Rodio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Sounds Like Europe CommEntai World at Six Ne As It Happens Ideas Network Bringing ihe News Fulure Off Ihe Record Wevjs, Wtfir, Sport T., fcll) From CapUals TUESDAY Five Nights A Eye Opener Week 00 World a! Eight at Mint 9-15 This Country Radio Noon Holiday Schools Max pertlu50f, Home Run i: CO World at Six SONY The Worlds Best MODEL STR-230 FM STEREO FM-AM RECEIVER Music Power EIA Total 40w Anglos Suggested Retail Is 229 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sicteo and (Pkotoplapliie Centet 419 5'h S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT News (O c'nBo Telpprobe 7 Let's Make a Deal n Changing World Trlcprobc 7 Avencers Irish Rovers WresMmti T.rnp Out 7j3'3 David Frcit Revue TUESnAY Partridge Family Farm and Cannon Today Fronl Page Rocm Challenge (c> Mr. Dressup Alan nl Ihe Centre Canadian Schools Man Alive Friendly Gfanl Cher Hclene Sesame Slrect fVLiday Our Town Movie: Raw hide Years Gahcpincj Gourmet fc> Take 30 Eilga of Night Family Court Drop In Truln or CFCN Lefhbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Lucy Sliow Pick Van Dvli News We lh-> Chim Movie; Tnc Rookies Nichols Pig and Whistle IrcrUrtJa News (c) Pentium David Frost TUESDAY ThoixjM for Day University cf Air i Hcuso ol Fflgtitenslefn tc) Hi Liqhls (c) Fashions Parlons Francals Yoga In ConversaHon About Facts ILOO Ed Allen (c) Pierre Berlin Deal fri" Clock Movie: fancy Fanfs Wrwirs the Word (cl Another Wtirfd Anything You CM Do (c) Family Affair Lucy Shomr KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show fc) Doclors v in Montana Another Worftl V tc> Ccncenfralfon [c) Edge of Might 6.30 Laugh-fn Sale of Ccnlury Doris Day (O Squares [cl aoo Hope Special Jeopardy Sun City Scandals Who, What, Whcr News (c i Game Tonfght Show 10'iS News TUESDAY Somerset Our World World Salute to Agriculture News Love Americ Slyle (c) Family Affair 3 tucv (c> Corner (c Soni News (c) Me. News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Wake a Deal (c) Hev.'lywed Game MONDAY NIGHT News Bewilcned (c) Monday Sports _... ____ Lord Jim {Pt. 2) Audrey (c) A Bird's Eye Galloping Gt cl California Where the Hi New: S_... Movi Tna Son TUESDAY Farm News News TjOOCapfam Kangaroo N Dinah's Place (c> Secret Storm (c) Jack LflLanne (c) One Life lo i_1va Our Lives (c) met General Hospital f is Throe en a Match Dating Game 1Q.30 Search For Tomorrow AJJ Aly Chifdren That Girl Bewitched Password Monday, Worth 13, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID Pay-TV system for NHL games VANCOUVER (CP) B. J. Shepard, president of Premier Cablevision announced here agreement has been reached with Optical Systems Corp. of California for the for- mation of a Canadian company which will provide optional cable services to cable televi- sion systems in Canada. The pay-TV system may put home hockey games, accredited university courses and current movie? on borne TV screens by the end of ibis year, he said. Converter boxes developed by Optical Systems would be placed in subscribers' homes to decode signals transmitted on cable systems now in use. To activate the system, tlie sub- scriber would Insert a plastic card, punched out in a special code that would apply only to his TV set. Mr. Shepard said discussions have been held wilh officials of Vancouver Canucks of the Na- tional Hockey League and with NHL officials, "but no costs have been worked out." He said it was the Canucks' idea to have their home games broadcast on pay-TV, with sub- scribers purchasing a season ticket. NO NAME CHOSEN Mf. Shcpard said no name has been selected for the new company, which will be owned equally by Premier and Optical systems. He said the company will sell the converter systems and (he programs (o cable television systems, but will not itself do any telecasting. Thus it will not have (o conform to the Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion rule that foreign ownership of broadcasting outlets be lim- ited to 20 per cent, he said. Cablo systems are operated by Premier in Vancouver and the neighboring municipalities of Burnaby, Richmond and Co- Theatre groups invited OTTAWA (CP) Sixteen the- atre groups from across Can- ada have been hunted to par- ticipate at Theatre Canada '72 Festival in Saskatoon, May 21- it was announced here. Invited from British Columbia was Company 1 of Victoria and from Alberla, Medicine Hat Col- lege and Theatre Francais d'Edmonton. "Fcohan High School Theatre Guild and Gateway Players, both from Saskatoon, and Ac- tors Showcase, Tec Voc Travel- lers and The No Name Theatre of Winnipeg also received invi- tations. Canadian Puppet Festivals oi Toronto, Dei Galosie Compag- nia of St. Catherines and Sir Robert Tiorden High School Dra- ma Club of Ottawa were Invited from Orclnrio as was Les Mari- onettes de Montreal, the lone Quebec entry. Tlie University of New Bruns- wick Drama Society, Les Feux- Chalins ot Moncton, St. Francis Xavier University Performing Group and the Dalhousie Musi- cal and Dramatic Society also were invited. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Tlie Boy Friend" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT C1NKMA ''The Conformist'' "Unman Wittering and Zigo" Last Complete Show ft: 15 COLLKGK CINEMA Short "Pocket Last Complete Stmw rjuitlam; in Victoria and in To- ronto. Mr. Sliepard have been held with the CIITC and (he company now is prepar- ing an application with the hopes of testing the system in (ho fall. He said the coat of the con- vert boxes is about SCO each and that the subscriber would be asked for a deposit of about Battle oi' clocks in East Kootenay area CKAMBKOOK, B.C. (CP) Daylight Saving Time, which I mission to switch permanently I fiority to operate People- living iii the souihcastcrn was the same as Mountain to mountain time. time. corner ot British Columbia arc girding themselves for a threat- ened battle of the clocks NiLh the provincial government. For 40 to 50 years no one really kmnvs how long this corner of B.C. operated on Alberta time because of I h e on mountain dose geographical and econo- mic connection with the neigh- boring province. Tlie corner has operated on mountain standard time during the winter, putting it an hour ahead of the rest of B.C. in the summer, it operated on Pacific SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MACHINE GUN McCAIN" In Technicolor. Starring Jolin Cassavetes, Britt Ekland and Peter Falk. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March ]3, 14 and 15. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children P1NCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "McCABE AND MRS. MILLER" In Technicolor. Star- ring Warren Bcatty and Julie Christie. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13, 14 ami 15. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "BILLY JACK" In color. Starring Tom Laughliii and Delores Taylor. Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Make Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hecirty food and prompt Friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-570! Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every Monday lo Friday from to 2 p.m. Standard the name changed but the clock didn't. Now, however, Alberla has decided to iastitute daylight saving time, meaning thai mountain time will be one hour ahead of B.C. aU year round. SEEK PERMISSION' That makes it a bit difficult for that little corner of B.C. so to avoid confusion, the execu- tive board of tlie East Kootenay Regional District recently asked the B.C. government for per- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce the return engagement of Two of the all time greats. COLOR "SWEETHEARTS" COLOR JEANETTE McDONALD NELSON EDDY SHOWING TUESDAY ONLY 2 SHOWS AT AND P. M. COLOR "WINGS OF THE EAGLE" IN with JOHN WAYNE SHOWING WEDNESDAY ONLY 2 SHOWS AT AND P.M. FAMILY 4lh AVE 4 Sth ST.- FAMILY TONITE and TUES. First Show at 7 If you're curious about terror., UNMAN, WITTERING AND ZIGO with DAVID HEMMINGS SECOND FEATURE BERTOIUCQ OF THE EUGANT SUIN1SS Of THE 1970 NEWYOKK FltM A Tart TJBw' JB Tveenvwat rwartt prutvH n the confarmiit Tiowcaw j, raaiouHr nciuv TMCBOYfRICND Last Times Tonight (it onti p.m. It taxes two to make such a special TONITE and TUES Frank Bnrtoia, secretary and administrator of the regional board, said the board has been told by Lhe attorney general's department that it has no au- 'me hoard now plans Lo ser.d a unanimous decision to Vic- toria of the full district board recommending the region Alberla fine. GUITAR TRIAL COURSE WKKf WITH GUITAR SUmiED, ONLY S22.5O PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE 530 Sth St. I. Phone 317-7534 NO BttOllMENT Ft ESI PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. CROSS 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Westinghouse PORTABLE DISHWASHER IIM1TED QUANTITY N HO UNBALANCED LOAD PROBLEMS BALANCED fLOW DRYIN8 Washer Dryer Westinghouse 3 cu. ft, REFRIGERATOR WITH TRADE Less For Cosh COMPARE: You'll Buy Westinghouse It' OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M ;