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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -----------------Ihumlay, March 16, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 THURSDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "I'jnian's p.m., Ch. 7... A tuneful pastoral fantasy about leprechauns and buried gold. The second part of this show will bo seen at 0 p.m. CIUJIE DHAMA: Hawaii Fiv.'-O, p.m.. Cli. 13... "Quarry" is Ihe story of a huge brute of a man accused of beating and raping a young woman. CHIME DRAMA: O'H.-ua, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Cli. 7... A repeat of ttie story about air-cargo tlicits. COMEPYr Dean Martin Show, p.m., Cli. 13. Art Carney, Barbara McNair and comic Jackie Mason are spe- cial guests. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 13... This report probes our present power sources and the need to Jintl new ones. DOCTOR DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. Dr. Craig is put to Ihe test by a school bus accident with his own granddaughter among the injured. MOVIE MELODRAMA: "Cry of the II MS p.m., Ch. 7. A young native girl uses witchcraft lo make a plantation master return her love. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Lee Mar- vin, Dmitri Tiomkin and Karen Valentine arc among the guests. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Yankee 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A frontiersman tries to rescue a New Englander held cap- live by Barbary Pirates. MOVIE WESTERN: "Pony 1 p.m., Cli. 13.. Buffalo Bill and Wild Bill Ilickok prepare a trial run for the Pony Express. Wildlife movie opens here Friday ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are liilsd by the radio and lejevfilon Motions. Any variation tn program ichedub li due to loit- mlnuto changei by ihe itattem and It no) Ihe rejpon- jlblllly of tfM Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic. Centre. Wilderness Journey, a tense, dramatic, yet heart warming outdoor adventure motion pic- ture opens a five day run Fri- day at Uie College Mall Cin- ema, The film was produced on lo- cation in Alaska and has re- ceived rave reviews as one o( tlie best outdoor films ever made. An extraordinary emergency high in some ot the world's most remote mountains sends! Joniko, a young Tiingit Indian youth, nn a desperate search to find bis father who is away on a hunt. The boy must become a man and confront the rulers of the animal kingdoms, asking per- mission to pass through each 0! their domains. lie travels though a magnifi- cent, scenic wilderness, abound- ing with wildlife moose, grizz- lies, caribou, dall sheep and, in what is considered one of the most startling photographic se- quences ever filmed, the 60-ton gray whale. The role of Joniko is played by 12-year-old Tony Tucker Wit liams, a real Tiingit Indian cho- sen from among 500 applicants for the part. Chuck D. Keen wrote, photo- graphed and was the inspira- tion behind Wilderness Jour- ney. The director was Ford Bee- be, long with Walt Disney Pro- ductions, who gained fame as a I film producer of Disney's Lone- some Cougar. Spectacular camera work highlights the production whicl: earned the grand award at the Photographic Society of Amer- ica's annual film festival. it's an all family entertain- ment film, raled G. -A- CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Kln9 Barry Hegfand Jack Newield FRIDAY Buryl Clark Sports Leo Dow Jnhn Oliver Davt King CJCC Wayne Barry ProtJe 1220 [Jews, Wrhr, Sport News and Grain Prices THURSDAY NIGKT Doug WorJd aT 6 Sh FRIDAY Rob Ingram Shov; jim Enior 6-.3Q Request Action C9C News John Walker Show Wthr. Sport Line Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour unu Tuoir IAT Sports Don MacMasrer MOW. THRU SAT. 10-OQ (Bob Don Hedman jYicMaslcr ccnsfe) e.m. Sign-Off THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run World al Six As it Uusicscore Radio 1010 Calgary Prairie Chamber World at Eight Music Eye Opener 11-00 News World at 9 Winnipeg Orchestra This Country News, Sports Radio Noon (Jews, Wfhr, Sporls EUYGOd Glover 10-10 From the capitals FRIDAY Five Nlghfs a week Eye Opener Take il From Here Wax Ferguson World al Six Sign language The business sigu of a butcher shop found in the ruins of Pom was a carving of five hams Show Times PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show 9: PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Today We Kill" "Soul to Soul" Last Complete Show Grammy Aivards presented Carol King big winner marrage Breaks up SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Actor Steve McQueen's wife nearly 16 years was granted i interlocutors' divorce on of irreconcilable dif- renccs. Neile Adams McQueen was custody ot the couple's vo children. The McQueens were married San Clementc, Calif., in ovember, 1950, and separated June last year. HONG KONG (Renter) merican folk-singer Pete See- :r lias arrived in Hanoi on a isit at the invitation of the ietnam Musicians Association d the Vietnam Committee for olidarity with the American eople, the North Vietnam news gency reports. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) 1 a r e n c e Leonard Clancy I a y c s, 63, traditional jazz inger who appeared with such anils as Turk Murphy's and 3ob Scobey's. died fiere. A per- ormer and bandleader, Hayes' Biggest hit was a 1915 novelly ailed A-Huggin' and A-Chalkin'. NEW ORLEANS juana were found in their pos- session by customs agents who were making a routine weapons check of passengers, sheriff's deputies said. HOLLYWOOD (AP) ABC will drop its Comedy Hour Wednesday, April 12, and re- place it with two half-hour com. edies, The Marty F e 1 d m s n Comedy Machine and The Smith Family. Feldman, a British comedian, was introduced to the network in a special Feb. 7. He had ap- peared on a summer series rath The Golddiggers. The Smith Family, starring Henry Fonda, resumes with new episodes after an absence since January. NEW YORK (CP-Reuter) Singcr-songwri (er Carolo King won four Grammy recording industry's equivalent of a Hollywood in cer- emonies here. Miss King, who last year achieved the rare double of lop- ping both Uie U.S. single and album charts in one week, won (lie Grammys for writing the best song, You've Got a Friend, recorded by James Taylor; for the best album, Tapestry, for the best single record, It's Too Late, and for the best female pop performance, Tapestry, A pioneer rock song com- poser, Miss King began compos- ing songs when was a teen- ager iii the 1950s, spent five years us a housewife before coining back into show business, wriluig hits for artists such as Taylor and blossoming as a per- former in her own right. Married to musician Charlie Larkey, she was not present at the presentations in Madison Square Garden's Felt Forum because she only recently had a third child. Taylor won as best male pop vocalist, for You've Got a friend. Quincy Jones won for best pop instrumental performance for Smackwater Jack, an album with the title song written by Miss King. Carly Simon, who writes pop songs and plays guitar and whose sister is an opera singer, was acclaimed best new artist of year. Last yoar.'s hc.st new artist, the sister and brother (cam Ihe Carpenters, won this year's I "best pop vocal performance by a duo, group or chorus" cate- gory with their UP Carpenters. Isaac Hayes' recordings re- ceived the most nominations- eight, He won a composer's award for best score written for a movie or TV special for Shaft, a movie. He won an award for best instrumental ar- rangements for the single theme from Shaft. And Theme Irom Shaft won an award for its engi- neer, Dave Purple, Kris Kristoffcrson was nomi- nated five times, although songs he wrote were also nominated as sung by others. Krislofferson had three of the five nomina- tions for "best country song" and one of his three won, Help j Me Make It Through the Night. Sammi Smith won best female country vocal performance with that Kristofferson song. Jerry Reed won the best male country vocal Grammy for When You're Hot, You're Hot, which he sang on television during the 90-min- ute program on which 12 of Hie 44 awards were presented. The rest were presented at dinners held later in Uie evening by the National Academy of Recording Aits and Sciences, in New York, Atlanta, NashviUe, Chicago and IMS Angeles. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S All built In one compact unit Stereo 6 Record Changer Cassette Recorder Complete with Speakers Suggested Reloif V I w See the complete Sony line ot ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and tPkoloyiapliic Centet 419 5th M. i. Phone 328.6922 Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Photo Supplies A. E. CROSS STUDIO ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALIOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MARCH 16-HY-WAY FRIDAY, MARCH 17-BLUES SATURDAY, MARCH 18-CLIFFS COMBO THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In LOUNGE SONGS BY "BERNICE" EVERY NIGHTI IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN "The Ray Review" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) Weekday: Saturday 1.00, Sunday at cmcT Adults Ivering 2.00 Children 12 under 7Sc VASA LODGE DANCE Saturday, March 18th at 9 p.m. !n tlie Scandinavian Hall Music by "THE GOLD DOTS" ADMISSION 41.50 PER PERSON MEMBERS end INVITED GUESTS MARQUSS CABARET Phoni 328-0111 710 3rd Phone 338-0222 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences fr) Lei's Make a Deal Telcprobe (c> Mo-' 1F-45 Chez 11.-CO 5csar Rainbow (PI. I) O'Hiii Movie: Rainbow (Pf. Romper Room Reck ant) all Mr. J.V7 Albert Sthor.K NC'.vs Friendly GianT Helcne srreet )ur To.vn _ Gallcpinri Gour Take 30 Edao of Night F-amSly CciUff Drop In Truffi cr Consequence! CFCN-TV Lefhbridrje Channel 13, (Cablevision Ch, A) THURSDAY MIGHT David I m'J Pierre Berlcn BuckjJint FRrDAY Lucy ThaurjW Bc.it the Clcck (c) Dick Van University of Air news c( PonV 6.30 Hawaii F (c) Wh.it'i )hc GcxxJ Medical Centra Progr-im Mi fc) DC.ID Warlin Hashicni in Scwina Another World llerr; Comrr, Ihr 70s F'arlcns Francais AnyUiir.g You Can Oold (c) (c> NCVJS (c) Jn Convprsan'on AIMir News Air About Faces fc) Directions Allen Dick Van KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabfeviston Ch. 9J TKURSDAY NIGHT News D'CX VflJi Three Sons (c) Dean Martin Srify Gralisno News (cl Tonight FRIDAY 11 :30 As trie World1 Turnt Snlufe Aqriculture News (e) Today (O The Doctors (c) Today in Montana Another World Concentration Bay City Sale ef Ccnlury Ecftjo of Ntqht Hollywood Squares Love American (c) S1yle (c) Who. What, Where Family Affair (c) G-ime [C) 3rOO Lucy (rt Wews .v.li Pyij fc) jj Our 1 1 :00 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Cli. 11) FRFDAY Lel5 Maka fl Deal Fflrm Ncv.1 Newlyv.ed Gams News News (c) Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm Dinah's Place (cl One Life fo Live Jactc Lal-anne Days of Our Uves Galloping Gourmet General Hospital r fltc Thar Girl Three on a Match Conslifutjon Reporl 10-oO Where fhe Heart (l Dafinp Game (c) TV-5 News fJcws Tnal "Girl k'J Don Ricklcs Search fcr Bewitchtd (c> 1PM Movie: Law end Passvvor4 tc> JaKa Wadt AH My Children THURSDAY MIGHT Kev-s (C) News Brady Bunch (c) Rclurn to Pcylor THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "THE SAINT" (from CALGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret1 EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE 1 1 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Fri. Mar. 17 Sar. Mac. Mar. 19 Mpn. Mnr. 70 NOON HOUR SWIM PuWic Swimming Public Public Swimming foniily Sw i m rt' i n g NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p ,n. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK fCE CENTRE Fri. War. 17 Mofhers and Pre-Schoolers Pubfic Skofing Saf Mar. 18 Public'Skating Public Skofing Sun. Mar- 19 Bcgmncrs Skating 1-.30 Publfc Skotins p.m. Fnmfly Skating 6.00 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Fri. Mar. 17 Frco Pubirc Stmfi'Mj i.30 p.m. Sor. Mar. 18 Public Skating p.m. Sun, War, 19 Scaling p.m. Publk Skafjr.g p.m, NOTE: There will hfi no Public Skating at the Henderson Park Jee Centre on Friday evening March 17, 1972 from p.m. and Saturday afternoon Mcrrch 18, 1972 from p.m. cfue to previous booking commitments. Anne Campbell Singers and The Teen Clefs PRESENT KATIE JOHNSON 1968 International Vocal Soloist Winner Assisted by GLEN MOSSOP-PIANIST JAKE SOLOMONS-CLASSICAL GUITARIST SUNDAY, MARCH 19 at 3 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE ADMISSION SI.00 Ticfcels available at leister's or choir member! One performance only NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday THE KAYO'S Saturday THE ALBERTAN'S (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS "ACES HIGH" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY NO.COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. la 1 a.m. Fuly Licenced "BRENDA" Will be Entertaining tn Ihe RED COACH LOUNGE THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY COLLEGE LAST TIMES TONIGHT JMRST SHOW AT P.M. TODAY WE KILL... TOMORROW WE PIE! h COLOR ADULT SECOND FEATURE 'SOUL TO SOUL" WITH SANTANA AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS ARE REMINDED THAT MARCH 31 IS THE LAST DAY FOR DUES. NOW SHOWING at p.m. NOMINATED FOR 5 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "BEST PICTURE" "THE NIFTIEST CHASE SEQUENCE SINCE SILENT RESTRICTED ADULT piwenls THE FRENCH CONNECTION COLOR BY DELUXE' CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE OMEGA MAN" in technicolor starring Charllon Jloston. Thursday, Friday .-mcl Saturday, March 16. 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. Adult, not fiiitalife for children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WUTHEH1NG HEIGHTS" in color starring Anna Caklcr- jMarshall and Timothy Dallon. Friday and Saturday, Jlarch 17 and 18. Kriday show at p.m. ArtnU. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "WILDERNESS JOURNEY" in color, fm advcndivc Icir the wliolc family. Friday, Mardi 17 only. .1 shows, and p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" in technicolor starring Lre Marvin Jean Scbcrg and Clint Eastwood Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 16, 17 and J8. Thursday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theafro "WILDERNESS JOURNEY" in technicolor. An adventure the whole family. Thursday, .March IB only. Shows at and p.m. Family. SATURDAY and SUNDAY Matinens at p.m. DOWNTOWN ONLY _--------COLOR UURENCE HURVEY- CUIRE OSCAR BARBARA EDEN MIMIEUX fiUSS TAM8LYH m mm BEUUH BONDI TERRY-THOMAS BUDDY HACKETT ;