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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS] TUESDAY ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Barney poses as a prospective rock-music recording artist to get evidence about the sudden death of a recording star being blackmailed by the syndicate. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-O, p.m., Ch. 13. A mad genius hounds a psychiatrist seeking to destroy him, Bepeat. COMEDY: Bob Newhart, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The heartache of a broken romance is unloaded on Bob and Emily. CRIME DRAMA: "The Police 7 p.m., Ch. 8. Vic Morrow stars as a hard-boiled cop. Pilot for a possible series. CRIME DRAMA: "Beg, Borrow Or p.m., Ch. 11. Three TV crime stoppers turn crooks as Mike Con- nors, Michael Cole and Kent McCord star in this 1973 TV movie. WEDNESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Blue t p.m., Ch. 13. A band of international jewel thieves operating in Switzer- land. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by {he 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 Herald. if CHEC Morley WwrGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News? Doug Marvin: Con- lemporary Sporls; Leo Dow; Farm News; Music Sunday Marnfngs MONDAY thru FRIDAY T.4Q Sports New 6-.QS Bury! Clark News Farm News Catlla Prices News News News Grain Prices CaH of the Land John Oliver 1 Dave King Jack Paul Tessler News Bob Hesketh Chec-llne ctiec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Farm CJOC News wMh Gill Sketton, Pad Whltt, Bill Mathesom Sport Brent ieely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Jim Elliot News, Weather Probe 1220 News, Weather arilj Sowts News and Grain Prices Jack Thys JoTinny walker World at six John Walker John Charles J1m Parsons WEDNESDAY CBC News and J.. ._ Phone Dill Shaw Joan Walerfinld and Jim Elliot Jacfc Thys Probe 3323 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 WON. THRU FRI, 6 e.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman IB p.m.-i2 midnight Concert: and Em (Bob Coracle) SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMasler 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O ___ SUNDAYS Overtures 6 p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encwn Toronto office, he said there's a lot of nostalgia for me connected with Massey Hall." He said he first sang there when he won the boys' open di- vision at the Kiwanis Music Festival when he was 13 years ld. He has fully recovered from a bout of Bell's Palsy which par- tially paralysed one side and which hit him on stage during tha first of four concerts last year at Massey Hall. Mr. Lightfoot has constantly refused to appear on television despite lucrative offers Irom CBC, CTV and an offer by ABC- TV in the U.S. which wanted to star him in a weekly music series in 19G9. "I don't want my maiei'la! to get over-exposed, and I don't like the sound quality you get out most TV set .speakers. Also, there's another reason. Right here in Toronto, I can walk around and hardly anyone recognizes me. Every time you're on TV, people start spotting you on the street and they nab you for this or that." GORDON LIGHTFOOT Williams in mellow mood LOS ANGELES (AP) "I ove writing. If you love some- thing, you do a lot of it." Tennessee Williams was ex- ilainlng how lie has been able o create a score ol plays, )ooks of poems and short sto- ries, a novel and screen plays during his 35 years as a writer. He made a rare public ap- pearance at a luncheon here sefore the Friends of the Li- braries at the University of Southern California. Williams is here for a 25lh an- niversary re-staging oi A Streetcar Named Desire, star- ring John Voight and Faye Dun away. Noting that he'd never stopped rewriting his plays, he disclosed that he had restored this line which he had dropped from the original of Streetcar: "Men only look at women in bed." The playwright, 58, was in a mellow and revealing mood as Something special at prison Today's' Showtimes PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Poseidon Adventure" Lost Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT "Love Doctor" "Scandal in Denmark" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Deliverance" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult OTTAWA (CP) "Nor- mally this is not the type of entertainment we offer in- mates.' So said a spokesman of the penitentiaries service as he attempted to explain how a go-go dancer got on stage clad in a bikiin and a couple of pasties. The dancer was part of a benefit show at St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary March 12. Noting the event, a Social Credit MP asked in the Com- mons last week whether this type of entertainment was go- ing to be part of the rehabili- tatioin attempts at other peni- entiaries. He got no reply from Solicitor-General War- ren Allmand. The service spokesman said Monday that the dancer was part of a varieity show staged by some Montreal entertain- ers. He said prison authorities were not aware that the girl was part of the act until just before the curtain went up. By then word got to Hie prisoners that something spe- cial was forthcoming. Prison authorities decided that discretion was the belter part of valor and tbat she should go on. After all prison- ers tend to "jump through the ceiling" when angered, the spokesman said. What's wrong with a pastie- bikini clad dancer appearing before prisoners? "These guys don't happen to see girls like might get over the penitentiaries spokesman said. le faced a panel composed of a .irofessor, a drama critic, a stu- dent and actors .Karl Maiden and Laurence Harvey. CANT EXPLAIN ROLES Williams admitted that the most striking characters in his days were females, but he couldn't explain why. "No psy- chiatrists have been able to en- ighten me to my satisfaction." JS'or could he explain source of his dramatic gifts. He remarked Uiat he had "very limited options of employment I worked for three years in a shoe company because my fa- ,her got me the'job I could wait tables up to a point, but I was soon demoted to passing out trays.' His latest play, Out Cry, recently closed a brie! run in York to mostly critical reaction. LARGE CONTRACT EDMONTON CCP) Th University of Alberta's faculty of business administration am commerce has received a million, contract from the Ken yan government to develop a business faculty at the Univer sity of Nairobi. TEiWESSEE WILLIAMS iROfttlDNWIEIitm BMSOK'-COtMBIKUtt1' ADULTS EVE. S2.0O ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount NOW SHOWING at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema fc AMI Dr., 328-6300- NOW SHOWING ADULTS EVE. What did happen on the Cahulawassee River? Deliverance S! RSet fire to anything-td; l JackLemrinon in hisrnostimportant dramatic role since "The days of Wine and ADULT ENTERTAINMENT "Language May Be Offensive To Some" ENDS TONIGHT "LOVE DOCTOR" ALSO "SCANDAL IN DENMARK" In Technicolor PARAMOUNT PICTURES CORPORATION 1 andHLMWAYS, INC. present JACKLEMMON In A MARTIN RANSOI1OET Production THE TIGER" CO-starringJACKGILFORD ondlntjodudngLAURlEHEINBviAN Exsojfiw Producer EDWARD S.FEIDMAN Produced by STEVE SHAGAN DireclsdbyJOHNG.AVlU3SEN 1 In COLOR A FWAVSOUNT PICTURE t STARTS TOMORROW at p.m. paramount cinema M to, 4th Ax. 3Z7-SWO ADULTS EVENINGS S2.00 ANOTHER Winston Churchill High School PRESENTATION ROGERS HAMMERSTEIN'S 'OKLAHOMA' Wed., Ttors., Fri., Sor. March 28, 29, 30, 31 8 p.m. nightly Wetf., Student' nigM Jl.OO Tfiursrfny, Famfly nighl Adullt under 12, Fri., Regular Sal. Regular YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE rickets cwailablt Itls'et't. Musiclancl, Yalcs Box Offict or WOtS 328-2803 ;