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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Glasses unsafe TORONTO (Cl1) A new type of eyeglasses adjust automatically to glare should not be used for night driving, the Ontario Society of Optomet- rists said here. A resolution passed nt the so- ciety's annual meeting said (lie glasses arc unsafe at night be- cause they transmit only G5 per cent of the light falling of them in their clearest stale. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIUAY MYSTEHY MOVIE: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch.. 7. "An Elementary Case of Murder" stars Barbara McN'air as a singer suspected of killing her husband. COJIEDY: Don IJickles Slion', p.m., Ch. 13. "The Dr. Rudolph Affair" tells about an unexpected visit from Don's wife's old boy friend. MOVIE DRAMA: "My Sweet 8 p.m., Ch. A TV movie filmed on location at Galveston, Texas, with strong performances by Patty Duke and Al Freeman Jr. SPECIAL: Irish Hovers, S p.m., Ch. 7. A musical tour of Northern Ireland with the Irish Hovers and among the guests is Carmel Qmnn. COMEDY: All In The Family, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. T h e Bunkers travel to upstate New York to attend the wedding of Edith's relative. Archie sparks a fight between the bride and groom and the wedding is called off. MOVIE DRAMA: "Casllc Keep." 11 MS p.m., Ch. 7. An off-beat World War If story about the occupation of a strat- egic Belgian castle by American soldiers. SATURDAY SPORT: Pro Bowling, p.m., Ch. II. The Miller High Life Open with five finalists rolling for S12.000. SPORT: Women's Tennis, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. Second semi- final ot the Women's Singles Championships from Toronto. SPORT: Wide World uf Sports, p.m., Cli. 13. Finals in the Pontiac Cup ski series; also highlights of the 500-mile snowmobile race from Winnipeg to St. Paul, Minn. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs an listed by the radio and teloviilon nations. Any variation in program schedule it due TO loit- iritnuto changes by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo DUIribulors Stereo and Photographic Centra. FRFDAY NIGHT DavG King FRIDAY NIGHT at Request Action Line John Walker American Top 4 CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY Duryl Clark News cjoc Neva's, Dave King Paul Tessier SATURDAY Isir News SporTs News, V.'fhr, Sports News CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON, THRU SAT. Concerts (Dob 6-M Oon Hedmen Don A'lacMasler Don MacMasfer Sign Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Playback Morning Conccrj Newi Righ! or Wrong Atlantic Symphony The Scene Solo IdentiMes News, Sport, Wlhr. Family Favorites Nevjs The Big Bandi Mef. Opera Five Nighls B Week Eye Opener Record FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run 'World at Six As It Happtns The Enlertalnej Sfereo Record Changer Cassette Recorder Complete with Speakers Suggested Retail 1 See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flhotogiapliic Centet Phona 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY News to 9'30 Beaffe Bailey Trulh or Teleprobe 7 10.M ,r, Our 10-CO K.mta Let's Make a Deal Wcrld Marine Boy (c) ID lop rote 7 11 :J5 Movie Safety Roundup Mov taiy e: An Ele cf en- Movie: Irish All in I he Fam SftTURDAV McHalc's Naw ily Griffith Spiderman (c> Wrestling Children's Cine Karea Wagnuis Track 4-M Tennis Dugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Dick Vnrt DyXo News (cl Doris Day Story Theatre 7-30 Don Rickfis (c) A'.ovio: Chsrlie [c) FBI Wiovie: 1001 Deafrt of a Arabian 'er Sporfs Digest OureToor Sportsman for Day Like Young Rocky and Friends Mr. Chips (c) SATURDAY lOrOO Underdog HavAeye (cj n -oo flalman Wide World of Sporfs (c) Wews D CGF TpJficourss KRTV GreaJ Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY 9 30 Jobifi and Pu Nens (c) Wovie; GlotelVotters [c) 1r> the News (c) Hair Bear Bunch All In Ine Family Billy Graham News Tonight Show Monkesi You Are MCAA Regional Finals fc> Bugs Bunnv Scoobcy Doo Danger Is My usiness (c) News fc) Hee Haw (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. It) FRIDAY SATURDAY s. 1C) Hews News Jerry Lewis Movie: Gfic-it Story Road Runner Wovin On Funky Phantom Odd Couple Jackson 5 Love American Bewitched SfVle Lfdsville fc> Shop Mcvie: Jonny GJrl (c) Lancelot Linic American Bandstand Al Perry (c) 12-30 Jaycee Daze (c) 1130 Golf American Advert- Bowling Wide World cT Sports Alias Smith and (C> Joan Walcrficld E NTERTAINMENT UYE E IN A television season that finds the bait, lame and blind detecting, sufficient medi- cal scries to make us all hypo- chondriac, and aging movio movie queens in gory gothics, welcome, and doubly so, aro Kopy Kats. Some astute mind at ABC de- cided to rescue a raft of imper- sonators from night clubs, ban- quet circuits and incidental TV appearances and launch it into the tricky waters of Oie Wed- nesday comedy hour. So far its been lularious sail- ing for Ilich Little Grank Gor- shin, George Kirby, Marilyn Michaels, Joe Baker and Fred Travelcna. Particularly memorable have been Little's "Carol Charming" and a Jimmy Stewart reportina Hie loss of New York: George Kirby's tribute lo "Eatchmo'1 anil the eery combination of Jolson (Gorsiiin) and Garland They clown, sing, dance and while the show sometimes suf- fers from a surfeit of Nixons, a trio of Rod Stcigers is FUNNY! Unnecessary' though is the mandatory "guest star." Orson Welles, Raymond Burr and Robert Young have filled this slot with varying success. Young made a return appear- ance recently, and attractive as he is, his replay of a scene from an earlier success "Cross- fire" while relevant to the times was out ol context in Kopy Kats. The show's strength comes from its own "regulars" and a cast of thousands assembled by their own nimble talents. ICE FOLLY: Skaters excit- ing, cameras erratic, Esaw execrable. That was the story of last Friday's CTV coverage of the world figure skating championships. All the elements for a great show were there; the glamour of the skaters, the tension ol competition, a natural pride and hope in Karen Magnussen. What did we a con- stantly intrusive commentary, cameras skittering wildly from empty ice to crowd masked skaters, interviews that were an embarrassment, abortive at- tempts to reach Dick Button fin some unreachablc confusing sound leak, and cuts to commercials that left the viewer second guessing re- sults. Video segments were ill- timed. Missed, for example, was the sparkling performance of Dorothy llammill, the Amer- Passport Photos Candid WwUlngt Picture framing Pholo SuppliM A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phww 32t-0lll 710 3rd S. Phone 3384122 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE BOX SOCIAL AND DANCE SATURDAY, MAR. 18-9 p.m. at the MOOSE HALL Music by IONGACRES ORCH. Ladles' please bring a box lunch FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS "ACES HIGH" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. lo 1 a.m. Fuly Licenced "BRENDA" Will be Entertaining in the RED COACH LOUNGE THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "THE SAINT'" (from CALGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE 111 IfflTRJS CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE 01IKGA MAN" in fechnicolor starring Charlton Ilcslon. Friday nnd Saturday, Maj-cli 17 and 18. Friday shows at and p.m. suitable for children. Special matinee Saturday, March 18. Show at p.m. "WHEN DINOSAUnS RULED THE EARTH" in color starring Victoria Vctri. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WUTIIERING HEIGHTS" in color starring Anna Calclcr- Marshall and Timolhy Dalton. Saturday, March 18. Show Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" in Icclinionlnr starrinff Marvin, Jean Scberg, Clint Eastwood and Ray Walston. Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18. Friday shows at and p.m. suitable for children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee, March 18 Show at p.m. "THE FAMILY JEWELS" in technicolor star- ring Jerry Lewis. Kamily. TABER Tower Theatre "EVIL KNEVH." in color starring George Hamilton and Sue Lyon. Friday, March !7. Shows at and p.m. Adult. can rookie who received a standing ovation from the crowd. Ajid surely a teclinique could >e developed, somewhere be- vveoo the intimate murmur of he golf commentator ,-md the lockey howl of the HcwiUs, that would give adequate and nformative commentary to this most artistic of sports. The irowds in the Stampede Corral sucmed truly apprecia- ive of the performances. Tliey were lucky they weren't watching it on televi- lon. A1.OIIA: Back from Hawaii, L'Mdy Dietrich is sporting a tan and a happy memory of ap- pearance on the Don Ho show, nvited to the. stage for the usual fun and games, Eddy bor- rowed a violin, tuned up and whipped iul his own "P i p s y Number comes from his new record with the Stone Clover out soon on the Sound Canada atel. Country Rock is backed by Commercial String Artistry for which Ed lays down a multiple violin track for sound dimen- sion, At the Yates, March 21, Ham- ilton Junior High will present an evening of drama ajid music featuring the grade nine drama class and the senior band. One of the highlights will be an abridged version of Noel Cow- ard's Blithe directed by Hamilton, teacher Syd Sail- er. Cast includes Carla Young. Leon Francis, Diane Pinter, Surt Ellison, Cheryl Sallen- bach and Cheryl Keith. Wendy Anderson plays Mad- ame Arcati, originayy defined for stage and screen by Mar- garet Rutherford and played to fare-thee-well some years back for the Playgoers produc- tion by Kaye Robison. Should good fim mark the date! POEJIS: And from Westmin- ster school these delgiths; Did you ever see a theatre Manager's beaming, popcorn boxes, babies screaming. Did you ever see a math book Peace signs, love notes, broken hearts. Laurie Anderson. There were some chocolate bars That came from the planet Mars, It was really keen How Nancy Green Called those bars "Mars Bars" Wayne Totli. WELCOME BACK: Katie Johnson, appearing in recital Sunday at the Yates. A singer of exciting poten- tial, Katie is currently studying with Alexander Gray, artist-in- residence at University of Cal- gary- Her training here was with Anne Campbell, and it was with the Campbell Singers that she scored outstandingly al the Life sentence for slaying EDMONTON tCP) Joseph Caron, 57, formerly of Valley- view, was sentenced to life im- prisonment for the non-capital murder of Wilfrei1 Thomas, 49 a Fox Creek pipe fitter. Mr. Thomas was shot in the stomach as he sat drinking in a cabin at Little Smoky, 70 miles southeast of Grande Prairie, Oct. 26, 19G9. Caron was convicted in Al- berta Supreme Court following a two-year stay in Alberla Hos- pital after being found unfit to stand trial in Welsh Eistcdfodd and the Tee- side Festival. In her appearance here she v.ill be accompanied by Glen Mossop and, in a series of songs )y Kenjamiu Britten, by guit- arist Jake Solomons. Tile purpose of the recital is :wo-fold; to give the 21-year-old singer concert experience be- bre her Calgary debut and a very gesture to assist in raising funds for the tour of Britain and the Conti- nent by the Anne Campb e 11 Singers. AT THE DANCE FESTIVAL: A flipping fig-leaf on a youthful Eve convulsing the audieice Collelte Hryncw four years ego a terrified little girl at her first festival, win- ning her class Wednesday [Eirce-ycar-old Angela Vauglm belting her song to the back row of the Yates a five- year-old patience ex- bausted, shaking her fist at a a u g h i n g adjudicator "N'ana" Carson up to the small hours sewing a hat for grand- daughter Carol W e n d a Crawford, hot tip for future stardom a new dazzler. Myrne Fowler, stunning Roland with her performance and youth. And the SOLD OUT sign up for Festival Highlights Satur- day. CALENDAR: Tonight; Dance Festival, Ice Show. oSaturday; Festival Highlights, Ice Show. Sunday; Katie John- son Recital. Tuesday; Hamilton Drama Music. Thurs cl a y; Chitri Arpi Ensemble. Satur- day; High School Drama Fes- tival. TV WEEK: Saturday; Ch. 3, p.m. Americanization of Gmily, Ch. 13 p.m. Beck- et. Sunday; Midnight David Frost (Northern Mon- day; Take 30, p.m. (Ger- maine Ch. 5, p.m. Jaqucs Cousleau. Tuesday; Ch. 3, p.m. Fabulous Fordies. Wednesday; Ch. 7, p.m. Springhill. Thursday; Ch. 13, p.m. Wayne Newton, Ch. 13, p.m. Hall of Fame. Friday; Ch 7, p.m. AH In The Family, Ch. 7, p.m., Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. -Friday, March 17, 1972 THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD 7 Show Times PARAMOUNT Kriday and Saturday Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Wilderness Journey" Complete Show Salnrday "Wilderness Journey" Last Complete PLAN TAX REBATE BONN (Reuter) The West German government announced that an extra 10-per-cent tax levy, imposed on all taxpayers in 1970 to combat inflation, will be repaid June 15. The rebate will put about miUion back into circulation. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SON6S BY EVERY NIGHTI IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN "The Ray Review" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) CINEMA 4th 8th ST 3276100 Just a person who protects children and olher living things TONIGHT and SAT. ot and p.m. JACK RESTRICTED ADULT uA ftnAdvcnMiclorl Ihc Whole jv A RAINBOW ADVENTURE FILM Pj-otiuced by CHUCK KEEN STARTS TODAY COLLEGE MALL Saturday Regular Pasj tisl Suspended Adulh 00 Children 12 and under 75c SAT. and SUN. MATINESS ONLY al p.m. DOORS OPEN at p.m. Dragons and demons and witches and kings, and magical comedy musical things. MATilNEES COLOR LAURENCE HMVEY CLAIRE BLOOM-KARL BOEWM WALTER SLE2AK-OSCAR HOMOLJU BARBARA EDEN YVETTE MIMIEUX SUSS TAMBLYN JIM BACKUS BEULAH BOND] TERRY-THOMAS -BUDDY HACKETT NOW SHOWING at p.m SUNDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW at P.M, A Film of almost Incredible suspense! Pure Dynamite .20 THE FRENCH CONNECTION Kn camm-mx rftsom -nt mxtt MWKTOT A "HSfflfi1 cw G OAVt) (new.- r fftNf ST TOWN RESTRICTED ADULT "NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE and BEST ACTOR" ;