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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 29, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE WESTEHN: "Legend of a 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Alter becoming an expert gunfighter this man sets out to revengo Ills parents' death. SPOUT: I'ro Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Boston Bruins meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. SPECIAL: One Wny To Quit, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This report on the hazards of smoking is repeated owing to overwhelm- ing viewer response after (he initial telecast. VARIETY SPECIAL: Gonlie Tapp, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The second pilot in a projected country talk-show series. Grampa Jones, Don Ilarron and his wife Catherine McKinnon are special guests. DRAMA: Emergency! 9 p.m.. Ch. 11. The paramedics arc kept busy a number of offbeat emergency eases. SPKCIAL: Two Arctic Talcs, p.m., Ch. 7, Life and death drama near the North Pole with Raymond Massey narrating. MOVIE COMEDY: "War Italian p.m., Ch. 7. Blister Keaton in his last film as a bumbling German gen- eral in World War II. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. IS. A dis- cussion of the Dracula legend; music from Kris Kristoffer- son and interviews with Greg Morris of "Mission. Impos- sible" and novelist Jan de Hartog. THURSDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Links of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man accused of murdering his wile is brought to trial. MOVIE COMEDY: "Law and 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A successful confidence man lo retire but finds it dif- ficult to give up old habits. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are lilted by the radio and televiibn ilolioni. Any variation In program schedule due lo last- mlnula changes by Iho station] and not the reipon- sibllity of the Herald ar Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King ,._, cl Barry Hcgland Jack Kev.-feld Checllno Leo Dnw John Oliver j.m Ktn8 WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDtY Wlhr, Sport ?M Worl" at Six Jim Elliot New! and Grain 4-35 jinn Walter CBC Nevis Prices Rcoiresl Line NewJ, Sport Jick Thys 8-W John Charles Phone Dill Show ,.cs j h a.m. .Doug Wayne rry Show 12100 Probfl 1230 CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour WON. THRJ SftT. Corvsle) Dori Hcdman ID-CO Don MacMaiter CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Concerts THURSDAY at Six News EYe AS I! Happen! Vancouver Chamber Concern ArU Noon 10-00 Orchestra Sound of Stfln World at 6 SONY TC-124 CS PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE RECORDER Fealures: 4 track stereo, 2 track mono, 2 external speakers, buill-in speaker, separate volume and lone push button operalien, microphone end auxi- liary inputs, "one point" slereo micro- phone with switch, micro- phone, earphone, le-orher carrying case, batteries. SUGGESTED RETAIL 249-95 Sco the complete Sony line a I ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo anJ 419 M. S. Phone 318-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabfevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY N1GHT Our s-oi Trulh or Consenucnces 5-30 Tclfprote 7 Movie; Legend cf Chez World SrrEtl War Mltfay Style (c) Way lo Qfi Smoking (c) 9'00 Gtxdie Tapp [c) Arcfic Talts News lei Teleprote 7 THURSDAY F-arm and CiJy Today Romper Room Mr. Dressup Canadian Schools Friendly Gianl 1-00 Llnki of justice Klara's Korner Take JO Edge o) Might 4-00 Family Court Drop In Trulh or Consequsncei CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) NIGHT THURSDAY WEDNESDAY LUCY Snow News fOO NHL Boslwl lirailo Marcus WeltY 9'MThe Sporlsbea! News CO IMONcv.'s (cl for Day Btal me Clock University of Air ftovie: Law and Disorder Whan til! Goo Frank Sinatra may attempt comeback JL FRANK SINATRA rumors NEW YOUK (Reuter) i Frank Sinatra, who announced his retirement from show busi- ness almost exactly one year ago, may be considering a comeback lo star in a new Ler- ner and Loewe film musical, it was reported here. Columnist Earl Wilson, writ- ing in the New York Post, says Paramount, Pictures has a ver- bal agreement from the 56- year-old entertainer to emerge from retirement to star in The Ijiltle Prince. The film is based on a 1953 best-seller by the Into French aviation pioneer Antoine tie Saint Exupery. The story is About a cynical pilot who crashes in the desert and Ls convinced by a nine- fly year-old boy who befriends him that life Ls worth living. Wilson says: "Although spec- ifying that Sinatra has not signed a contract but that nego- tiations are still under way, sources at Paramount arc confi- dent that Sinatra will return to work because of his fondness for a dozen songs written for the film by the reunited team of Alan Jay Lcrner and Frederick Locwc, who believe that The Little Prince could be Iheir next IMy Fair Lady. A spokesman for Paramount acknowledged that there had been discussions about Sinatra starring in the film, but de- clined any official statement. A spokesman for Sinatra in Los Angeles declined comment on the report. close friend of television show- meet Queen Mother Elizabeth man David Frost, is .sporting a Monday night and left her bra at home. Miss George, 21, played in the controversial film .Straw Dogs, raised a few eyebrows ruby solitaire on hur engage- ment finger. The ring came to light when she removed a glove during re- hearsals for Monday night's royal film performance in Lon- don, at which Frost will present the stars lo Queen Mother Eliz- abeth and Princess Margaret. Miss Carroll hastily put on her glove again to cover up the ring, and fended off pleas to say whether she and Frost plan to many. "I can't say any had better ask she re- plied. But all Frost would say was: "We are very, very happy." 'ectccl In Paris 11 years ago and S'ataiya Makarova, who left the company in London in 1970. when she appeared at the royal film premiere of Mary, Qucun of Scots in a thin red silk dress. she said, "I feel as though I've got nothing on." Site added: "The Queen Mother didn't say much to me, but she did ask if I felt a tittle hot." DIAIIANN CARROLL LONDON (AP) American sports spa rider entertainer D i a h a n n THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" (from CALGARY, THIS WEEK ONLY THE CABARET WILL OPERATE Wednesday Thursday Saturday WEDNESDAY CABARET EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! 125! 3rd Avenue Scufh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBUC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MARCH 30-MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, MARCH SI-CLUB CLOSED SATURDAY, APRIL T-CLIFFS COMBO MOVIES YOU LIKE -BEST at House of Frightensleln Program Hlllghls Fashion In Sewing Parlons Frsncals In Conversation Ed Allen Pierre Bertcn Family Affair Buckstiot Dick Van KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NISHT Concenlratlon ol NigM Carol Ournelt Sale of the Century Love American 1-wKlS (tl 9-00 Cannon Who, What, Lucy Show lo'ooriev.s GarneCc) Amateur's Guide to Tonight Show Love (cl II '00 Somprje! My TnreB Sonl THURSDAY As Ihe World News 8'Od Dick Van Ovke (c) News NBC NlgMly Una 6-45 salute Agriculture Doclcrs fc> News B: 00 Today In MDntana Another World Our World KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Catlewision Ch. 11} WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Lels Hake Desl 5-jO News Farm News IO Newlywed Game News News Nem Room tit captain Kangaroo Secret Storm Psrlridge Family Dinah's Place- Life MO Rcfdtrs Faintr JacK LaLanna Our Lives (O The Friars Roast Audrey (O Hospital Sammy Davis Jr. Gallopirrg GourmeT Three on a Malch Emergency Wfiere the Heart Is Dating Gama News Wary Tyler Wcore Search for Movie: Coma Fly Tomorrow 5; 30 News With Me (c) All My Children Newi CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "LET'S SCAHE JESSICA TO DEATH" in color. Wednes- day, March 29. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE STATUE" in color starring David Niven. Wednes- day, March 29. Show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER T- Tower Theatre LOSKHS" in color slarring Tom Laughlin (star of Billy Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 29, 30 and .11. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBR1DGE RED CROSS WATER SAFETY LEADER COURSE MOM., APRIL 3 to FRI., APRIL 7, 1972 a.m. to p.m. Daify FRITZ SICK POOL REGISTRATION 1. Persons who wish to register should apply at the Com- momty Services Departrnenr office, 122 5th Avenue S, 2. Pre-requisHes: Candidates musf be: o) 15 years of age or older b) in possession of on R.V.S.S, Bronze Medallion, Y.M.C.A. Senior lifesaving or equivalent. 3. Course 1 5.00 4. Deadline for receipt of applications: p.m., Thursday, March 30, 1972 for further informcition, contact the Community Department office at 328-2341, local 236. LONDON CAP) Movie star- let Susan George dressed lo No change 111 grains marketing OTTAWA The federal MOSCOW (Reuler) A Jew- ish soloist with Hie famous Len- ingrad Kirov Ballet company and his wife, also a dancer with Ihc company, have decided to emigrate to Israel, Jewish sources said Monday. They said Valcri Panov, one of the.1 Kirov's top male dancers, and his wife Galina Pagozina, a promising young star, have re- quested the character refer- ences needed to apply for an e.xit visa. In the Soviet Union, such ref- erences are needed to support a visa application, even for those who arc leaving permanently. I The Kirov company provided Nurueycv now performs In Britain, while Miss Makarova dances in the United States. NEW and USED 71TANO ACCORDIONS at PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE "Your Authorized Dealer in Lelhbrfdge since 1954" 530 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-7524 seed under the jurisdiction of the Canadian wheat, board, but Justice Minister Otto Lang said loday he is ready lo respond if j Producers want their as- sessed on the question. Mr. Lang, responsible for the wheat board, told the Commons public works committee he didn't foresee any immediate opportunity to re-introduce leg- islation, left over from Hie last session, which would have nl lowed the wheat hoard to take over the marketing o f these grains. Anyway, he said, this would not solve all problems. The present marketing system was "very effective'1 except for some price discrepancies, and the lack of yearly carry-overs in stocks. Nurcycv,