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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Moy 9, 197J _ THE I.E7HBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPORT: Stanley Cup Finals, p.m., Ch. 13. Tho fiflh game of tho cup finals moves hack to Boston tonight with tho Bruins leading the New York Rangers three, games to one. MOVIE: "The p.m., Ch. 7. A science- fiction drama about a secluded valley whose inhabitants pis- Bess strange powers and a secret bond. SPECIAL: Junior Miss Pageant, p.m., Ch. Ed McMahon is host for the ]5th annual pageant for scholar- ship grants up to SIO.OOO to the winners. PROFILE: Telescope. p.m.. CM. 7. A repeat pro- file of Cree artist Allen Sapp who is gaining attention on tho International art scene. SPECIAL: Primitive Man, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A fascinating glimpse of Papua and the people who are rapidly moving from the stone age to the space age. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Queen Elizabeth's personal physician, an actress a singer are special guests. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Mary Tyler Moore, Marcus Welby, MD, Carol Burnett. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Beyond 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A Medal of Honor winner now at West Point is brought to trial by an irate financier. MOVIE COMEDY: "Born 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story about the education of a ]unk tycoon's girl friend. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. The world of reindeer nnd how Eskimos tend a herd of near tlie mouth of the Mackenzie River. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! Cn lifted fay the radio and tefeviiion Jtallonj. Any variation in program ichbdub ii dm to lait- mlnuto by the station! and If not fhft respah- libilily of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Slerca and Centra. Tlr CHEC if Boger Charmon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Newreld Chedine 2-SS WEDNESDAY a.m. Jock Buryl ClarK CJOC Dave King TUESDAY NIGHT World fll Six :35 John Walker :00 John Charies :30 Doug And'eison WEDNESDAY :00 CBC News :05 Jim Elliot News, Weather and Sports Fhcne Bill Show 10 Wayne Barry ProGe 1120 Nocn Farm NCWS, Weslher and Sporls News find Grain Prices Jack Thyi Parly Line Jchn Walker World al Six CHEC FM .Jews Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MCN. THRU SAT. Don MacMftster 10.00 Concerts (Bob Consle) Don Hedmen T.OD Don MacMasler Sion-Ofl CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT urn WPMU vnrv 5.30 NHL New York Point Counter- Eye Opener nl '.1-1 This Ccunlry n.55 Nati3n5 at Boston n ;0 Rupcrl's Land Rock Provincial Aflairs Tuesday Night Slide Radio Nocn News, Sports, Wlhr WEDNESDAY Ferguson From the Capitals rfye Opener Home Run Five Nights n Week World al 8 Wurld ol Six SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid stale circuitry provides 20 walls of pure elereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Olher fealures include 2 professional VU meters, retroclomatic pinch-roller (or easy iheading, 3 head, 3 speed 3 and Sound-on-sound, switches for power amplifier and pre amplifier, speaker jwikh for external speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, tape counler. Complela wilh 2 SONY dynamic micro- phones, connecting cord and reel Suggested Price............ See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and fkotogiaphic Cenlel 419 5th X, Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY NIGHT 11 :JD Cringing World Midav-Our T 5.00 Trulh or Conse- 11 MS Under Attack Movie: Let's Make a Deal WEDNESDaY Beyond Glery Teleprofcc 7 6.S5 Harm and City Ni-vy Mouic: The Ppnple Today Mary Tyler Moore Rompor Room Carol D-jrnctl 9 1J ,V.r. Drcisup Tclcscnpe Western Schools Tuesday Night Friendly Giant 11-00 Nrv.-, in Cher Holcne 1J.-20 Isleprobo f ll.-DD Sesame Take 30 Edge of Niphl l-amily Courl One Northern Summer (c) Trulh rr CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Directions Family AMalr NHL Yorl: p ;i fc? at Boston E.3T University of Air Born Yesterday Cttle's ccunlv Prixiram Hi LlijMs Whal's the Good Beat 1he House of Frighlen- Movie- i on Prooi Doctor In Ihe House Ycga (c) Prirrinvc Man In Cr.nvorsalion News 10.-.70 All About Faces Ncwi 11-00 Ld Allen (c) V.'crrl c Anvlhlna YOJ Can Do Buckshot IcJ Family Allair (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT News Adam 1? Hawaii FIvp.Q Jr. Miss Pageant (c] KRTV Spccifi Ifl.'JC Tonirjfif WEDNESDAY Our iVnrlfl Snluln Aqru 7 no Today Show (c) 1J.3Q The Dcclnrs (c) Today In Montana Another World Ccnccnlratlon of Nirjht Snle of Iho Ccnlnry I ovr American Hollywood Squares Slylf (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Whn, Wnnt, Where .V Oil Lucy Show (f) 3. ,10 Am S In Ln Sp'rndorrd Thin 11..If) VJnrir) 1 urm (c) i oo rJfic tJinhily f (c) caiol Burnett KFBB-TV Groar Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Nrws (ct A: 30 Mod Sqund Mcvlc: Whnt's A Nlco Girl Llko You Msrcus We I by News (c) lO-liO Arnif> Movie: Miirrlrr Most WEDNESDAY :JL Farm Wows 17.00 Nfiwlywcd Gami Cnpl NCVJS R Oft Dlnnh's Placn (c) Stnrm f! 30 .lark LnLanna One Life to Llus Audrey (c) Our Live1; .30 Gnllopinri fiourmM 5-30 Ocnnrnl Hojpllnl Whcr in Nffts (r.) P Heart Is. .l.-rO on [Inltnn Gfl TV programs receive awards NEW YORK CAP) Joseph Biroc's production of Brian's Song for the ABC Movie of the Week received an Emmy Award as U.S. television's best feature-length program in 1971- 72. A 46 Emmy Awards were announced simultaneously in New York and Los Angeles in the categories of news, creative crafts, daytime drama and chil- dren's and religious program- ming Other Emmy Awards will be announced May 14 at the 24th annual Emmy Awards show sponsored by the National Acad- emy of Television Arts and Sci- ences. All three major networks re- ceived Emmys for news cover- age of special for The China Trip, NBC for its The Supreme Court and the Penta- gon Papers, and CBS for A Ride on I he Moon: The flight o[ Apollo ]5. Sesame Street was a repeat winner in the category of best children's programming. Two programs received Emmys for best magazine-type programs NBC's Chronolog and the Public Broadcasting System's Great American Dream Machine. NBC LED WINNERS In all, NBC led the winners with awards for 17 individuals and five programs, ABC gar- nered 11 awards and CBS 7. Emmy Award winners In- cluded Achievement within Regularly dicdiiletl News Programs- NBC for Defeat of Dacca. Documentary Program, Cur- rrnt Events-CBS Reports for A Night in Jail, A Day in Court; NBC special This Child is Rated X. Documentary Program, Cul- Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau for Sound of Dolphins: The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau for The Unsinkable Sea Otter; ABC's Hollywood, The Dream Factory. Documentary Program, Indi- J. Hazam, writer J for Venice Be Robert Northshicld, writer for Suffer the Little Children. Individual contributing t o magazine-type Wallace, correspondent for 60 minutes. Daytime The Doctors. Sports AFC Championship Game. Kcligions fredo Antonini of CBS for And David Wept; Lon Stucky. syndi- cated, for A City of the King. Individual Achievement, En- Hastings Dr f-nn Pn. NCV Programming-NBC's and Derek Marlow, writers for The Search for the Nile Farts 1-IV on NBC. Johnson for NBC's 'S Wonderful, 'S Mar- velous, 'S Gershwin, on NBC. Costume e t h Waller for PBS's The Lion's Cub. Ahem for NBC's Blue Print for Mur- der. HOTEL DESTROYED IIERRITT, B.C. destroyed the Grassland Hotel in Ihis community 40 miles south of Kamloops. HOLLYWOOD GETS NEW PROTEST Helen Funai, a Japanese-American actress and dancer, says it hurts when sha loses an Oriental part in a movie to a Caucasian because the laMer is a "name." Some young Oriental performers are beginning to protest this kind of casting in films and television in the hope more Oriental roles will go to Orientals. Several threats on Chaplin's life LOS ANGELES fAP) Sev- eral persons threatened to kill film comedian Charles Chaplin Unif arm pleased with new act EDMONTON CCP) The Surface Rights Act, introduced in the legislature by Agricul- ture Minister Hugh Homer, v.-ill provide much-needed pro- lection for farmers, Dobson Lea, president of TJnifarm, said today. 'We are generally pleased with the scope and content of the act and have suggested only two he said in a prepared statement. The Surface Rights Act calls [or the repeal of the Right of Entry Arbitration Act and for establishement of a surface rights board to deal with cases of expropriation of farm land 'or oil well sites, pipe and chael Edgley, said today. 3ower line rights-of-way and other development. Unifarm asked for eh'mina- ,ion ot the right of a company .0 refuse board arbitration in ,he case of a dispute regarding damages off the right-of-way, and provision for the surface rights board to review compen- sation orders given prior to Jan. 1, 1972. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre AND MAUDE" In color. Starring EuUi Gordon and Bud Cort. Tuesda.v and Wednesdaj-. llaj' and 10. Tuesday show al. p.m. Adult Not. Suitable For Cliild- 1T11. PINCHER Theatre "JOE HILL" In color. Tuesday, May 9. Show at n m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION" In color. Starring Paul Newman, Henry Fonda and Lee Hemick. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 9 and 10. Tuesday shows and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children ws at during Ws four-day visit here last month, says a former city police lieutenant hired to guard Chapb'n in Los Angeles. William Jordan, now head of Computer Investigations Asso- ciates, said here, there were 12 to 15 anonymous threats on Chaplin's life. Jordan said the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hired him to guard Chaplin. Jordan said there were no attempts to harm the actor. Chaplin came here to receive a special Oscar from the Acad- emy for his contributions to the film industry. The visit rekin- dled resentments over his politi- cal views and personal life that led to a self-imposed exile to Switzerland 20 years ago. MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Betty Grahle will not be coming to Australia to star in the musical No, No Nanette, the managing director of Wil- liamson-Edgley Theatres, Mi- He said Miss Grable was In "life and death illness" in a Los Angeles hospital and her place in the show beginning June 24 will be taken by American ac- tress Cyd Charisse. BEVERLEY HILLS, Calif. (AP) Writer-producerdirec- tor Frank Tashlin, who directed all of Jerry Lewis's movies, died of a heart attack here. He was 59. He began his career as an an- imator and cartoonist with RKO in New York and came to Holly- wood in 1D33 as a cartoonist and illustrator for Wall Disney. MANY BIRDS About 430 species of birds can be found in Britain. Brando wins custody of son SANTA MONICA, (Heu- ler) Actor Marlon Brando and his former wife, Anna Kashfi, 37, reached a peaceable agreement Friday in their hitter court battle over custody of their son, Christian Devi, 13. The couple worked out an out-of-court settlement under which the 48-year-old actor will get sole custody of the boy, and the former actress will have visitation rights. The couple were divorced in 1959. ORLANDO, Fla. CAP) Walt Disney World officials have an- nounced a multi-million dollar expansion program for the million amusement centre. Dick Nunis, executive vice- president of the tourist attrac- tion, made the announcement here at a luncheon of the Florida Press Association. Nunis said a space explora- tion display and a new frontier pavilion were part of the project. Officials said the centre is ex- pected to spend about mil- lion in development costs during a period from October, 1972, to October, 1973. BOMBAY (Reuter) Squads of income-tax investigators to- day carried out raids for tho tiird consecutive day on the luxury homes here of India's top film stars, producers and distributors. Revenue sources said great sums of money, jewelry and ac- count books were seized. A squad of about 300 Income- tax men from New Delhi has been drafted for the operation which is being directed by Fi- nance Minister R. K. R. Ga- nesh. Dodging Indian Income tax, probably the highest in the world, is almost a national pas- Lime. Picard talks Jalua, ads New CBC chief TORONTO (CP) Laurent Picard, newly named to the presidency of the CBC, slates his priorities in simple terms: first, to improve the quality of CBC programming. He promised an administra- lion which would stress betlor internal human relations. Asked about the costly Jalna series which has been con- demned by some critics, Mr. Pi- card said: "I would ralher have liked that you didn't ask that qucslion. We have to have our Edsel." Asked whether the promise to make 14 more instalments of Jalna was not a major error, he said: "Tlu's error is not made yet, I'm not saying it's not going to I be marie hut it's not made yet. 1 don't think we're committed to jit.1' The CBC has made 12 instal- meflfs Jaljja bui sold a pack- agc of 26 to Thames Television of Britain, apparently commit- ting the network to complete the remaining 14, which are sched- uled to start on the CBC next January. LOOK AT ADS Mr. Picard also implied in a CBC-TV interview that the net- I work might soon cancel r-.ll ad- vcrti'-ing on radio a hard look at arlvc'rlisc-n-f-iils on children's TV. Asltcd Eiboul the possibility of cancellation of ads on both radio and TV, he sjnd: "Not at this slaRc. 1 know that there's worry about UK: ef- fect of advertising on children's programming, and this might be a tiling that we'd have to consider in the noL-too-disLant future. The commercial policy on radio might ha revicved at this time." Tagg elected FOREMOST (Special The recent annual meeting of tho Foremost Golf Association j elected Geoff Tagg president. i Mr. Tagg replaces Gordon Nicoll. Mr Nicoll was named tour- nament chairman: Gil Melilen was re-elected s e c r e tary- and Wai-fan Calioon, Bill Heranger and Arne Houg- en make up the balance of the executive. Club activities will gel under way with an 18 hole club tour- nament open only to club mem- bers and prospective members, on Sunday, May 14, at p.m. YOUR PHILIPS DEAfER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A C K' 5 AND w w lv J 302 13lh ST. N. PHONE 71100 KEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hot Hock" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Going Home" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Lady in Cement" "Stage Coach" One Complete Show SHOWING TONIGHT ONLY I FAMILY HIT COLOR 'LADY IN CEMENT' with RAQUEL WEtCH [WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY! STANLEYS.CANTER presents ADULT I Hi 'A NEST ROCK HUDSON SYLVIA KOCINA I 'NED KELLY' GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT Jrh AVt Bill S? SIM TONIGHT thru THURS. AT AND P.M. The first fun picture of the year! Robert Redford The George Segal BIHTE TOVE SUSAN HURLEY INGER STENDER DANIEl GELIM mnd Ihe Ala HOSTESSES FHOM COPENHAGEN durcd nndDiretleaby JACK O'CONNELL rfoeuced ty MA-NTRtD I. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. BYE BYE BIRDIE Presented by the ItTHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 16, 17, 18, 19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tuesday is Students' Night ot 7 p.m. per person Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ol p.m. per person Ticked al Uiilor'i at al Ihn ICI STARTING TOMORROW Showing at and p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT r 'Going Wilh Robert MilcSum ADULT Not suitable for children NEVER SEEN A DOCTOR LIKE DR. CAREY He has a unique way of operating If s called THE CAREY TREATMENT _______________________________ _ ____________ TANftMSiCrr MGM Presents A BLAKE EDWARDS WILLIAM BELASCO PRODUCTIONS-JAMES COBURM JENNIFER O'NEILL In "THE CAREY TREATMENT" DAN O'HERLIHY ;