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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS; COMEDY: .Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., C'li. 7. A strike cuts the stalf in half and Mary churns out copy for her glowering boss who turns to newscasting. DOCTOR DIIAMA: Marcus Wclby, iMD, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a man who neglected his family for his career. When he K laid off and stricken with illness he needs the love he never had time to give. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. A takeoff on "The Drunkard" in which Bing Crosby plays the soused father, Paul Lyixle the villain and Carol as the daugh- ter. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. Jockey Sandy Hawlcy has risen in five years from stable boy to top rider and is second in total wins only to Willie Shoemaker. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m.. Ch. 7. A cap- sule history of the Toronto Telegram which ceased publica- tion on Oct. 80 after 95 years. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Guests arc Earabara Walters, Hank Snow, comic George Carlin and author Jim Bishop. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "But I Don't Want To Get 1 pin Ch 13 This is a 1970 film about a recent widow who is'pursued from all sides by offers of marriage. Stars Shirley Jones, Ilorschcl Bernard! and Nanette Fabray. SPOUT: Pro Hockey, p.m., Ch. n. The St Louis Blues and the Canadiens face-off in Montreal. Trimbles Programs listed the radio and tclcviiion stations. Any in -program sriedules is due to last-minute changes by titi and Is not the responsibility of the Herald or Triniblej Tire Supply, CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Richard Gordon Barry WEDNESDAY Jim Shcar-r TUESDAY MIGHT World fit Six Rob Inqram John Walker WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot Leo I Total CJOC Plione Bill Sho Wayne Barry Probe 12-30 Hews, Weather and Sports John OH--. Richard Gordon News Stocks News. Sports News, Sports Bob Hesketh News and Grain Prices Jeck Thys Pariy Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Ha'f Hour WON. THRU SAT. Bob Cencie CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World at As It Happens Tuesday Night WEDNESDAY News, Sports, WMir Eye Opener From the Capitals Wurld at 8 Five Nights a Week rornmentarv Prairie Recital World 3t 9 News This Country Orchestra! Concerts n .55 Nations Business Sports, News, V.'ihr provincial Affair Finale Radio Noon 2-03 Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six Trimlile's Tire Supply Invites You to Try the 83 WHISPER GRIP NYLON WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD WHITE 775-14 825-14 825-15 4 4 28.40 28.40 29.50 3M llth Street South One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built to premium ny-- Ion standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comforl. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 Movie Column Tuciday, November 2, 1971 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD 5 new career Hv BOB THOMAS Ilo can be these 1 nslling aro'.inl Hie set of Col- umbia's Slaml Up and Be em in Poland WARSAW (AP) American jazz reached the peak of its pop- ularity in Poland Saturday night when Duke Ellington and his band gave a performance here. Polish jazzmen long have known his music from record- ings, but after the concert one of them said- a revela- tion." The Congress Hall, largest theatre in the country which normally seats 3.300, was crowded by more than fans for the concert. A top Polish musician said: ''Ellington's orchestra sounds like one large instrument, able to go down into the most deli- cate pianissimo but also is cap- able of immense force of sound.'' i Before Ellington's band ap- peared, the audience heard an alt-star group including Dizzy I Gillespic. Thclonious II o n k. Sonny Slitt and Art Blakey. a follow who has endured the it was in Allied An- IIOI.LYWUOD (AP) One of ups and downs of a career that i ists he said. "1 the film world's most enduriiiR started when he was j couldn't see myself cominuini; names, Jackie Cooper at 50 is i "That was when they were like thai." beginning his fifth career. Or is making silent piclures." he re-' Cooper left Hollywood (o ap- it his seventh? called belveen lakes of an air- i pear on the slage in Mister Hob- days plane sequence with .lacijiieline erls. later slarred on Broadway Ilis.-ct and Gary Lockwood. "I in Remains to Be Seen am! King made it through lo sound in Our' of Hearts. That wa.s when tele- I i minted, a comedy about the (ianR comedies and was a star vision wa.s in the asmidaniy. omen's lib iruvciiient. Cooper by the time I was I even and he began appearing in dra- is dircclor, and it's the first managed to bridge lhat malic roles out of New York, lime lie has directed a feature ward age' that most child ac-: lie returned lo llollywnnd lo i tors go through. The war took star in two television scries, i Jackie Cooper no longer looks care of that, too." The People's Choice and Henna- j like Skippj, the role that made Cooper enlisted in the navy scy. Both ran three seasons. him a star 40 years ago. The and returned after the war to In KM. the television world face is lined, biit he retains all, discover his career as a film i was startled by the annoimce- his his youthful alti-1 actor had slumped. mcnt that Cooper had been tude. No small achievement for' "I managed to find work, but placed in charge of production ior Screen Gems, the television arm of Columbia. Mo lasted five years. I OHMKI) COMPANY After leaving Screen Gems, Cooper formed a production company, hut Ire admitted thai heart wasn't in kepi flung over hpacb.es on Baja C for a place to retire." Producer Michael J. Frankov- ich changed all lhal. He picked Cooper to play a harried Iclevi- cion executive in The .Ma- chine. Said Frankovich: "I was so impressed with Jackie's know-how and enthusiasm lhat I chose him lo direct Stand and Be Counted." Said Cooper: "I guess I didn't really want to retire. I was just waiting for someone lo offer me a job that 1 really wanted. This is it." INKillTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Fisi! Leiiibridge and the Blue Stars AT THE A 7iJ 13th 51. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY: TL'LSA, Okla. (AP) A Tulsa drive-in theatre cannot show any X-rated movies until its screen is blocked from view of persons outside the fence, a judge has held. j Ate m p o r a r y restraining j order was continued today by District Court Judge Robert D. i Simms until some corrective ac- tion is taken by the Capri Thea- I Ire. j It has shown horror fiims rather than X-rated movies since the order was issued early last week when area residents said the screen could bo seen from outside. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (APi Josephine L. Antonic. once a leading soprano at the Metropol- itan Opera Company in New York, died Saturday of a heart attack. She was Ki." The coloratura soprano made her debut at the Met in 193fi and WEDNESDAY TONITE AND 'A DESPERATELY FUNNK FILM. IT SUCCEEDS. CARL REINER IS ABSOLUTELY AT HIS BEST WITH SUCH MAGICAL ANOTHER CAREER At ihe age of 50, Jackie Cooper, onetime child movie star, embarked on another career, that of movie director. He's at the helm of a film on women's lib. Stand Up and Be Counted. Ghost towns in prospect OTTAWA (CP1 Former son, said it WHS his experience prime minister John Diefenba-; that more station agents were ker asked the government Jinn-! removed during the time Mr. day to appoint a lawyer to ap-! Diefonbakcr was prime minister pear before the Canadian trans-, than under Liberal govern- port commission and argue: ments. Mr. Diefenbaker retorted that the answer was false "and does station'agents'from 2115 Prairie i the minister no social a against a Canadian National Railways proposal to remove towns. j reference to Mr. Olson once Mr. Diefenbaker said in the j being a member of the Social later sang with opera compa- Commons that such actions in j Credit party, nies in Chicago, San Francisco j the past had the effect of turn- j and Cincinnati. j ing the communities into ghost; At the time of her death ?he towns. was professor of voice at the i Agriculture Minister II. A. University of Rochester's East-1 Olson, replying for the. absent man School of Music. Transport Minister Don Jamie- Today's Showtimes CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 5.00 liutli or Teleprc Her Bri (ci l-M Movie WEDNESDAY Tckyo ic-P Romper Room Mary Tyler V-onre VuO Mr. Dressup fi-30 Giro! Burnott Western School 'Iflf.rr.po (r) Friendly Giant Tuesday fJito fJeivi id CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Cli. 4} WEDNESDAY ft-10 Though! tor D News (c) University of Yoga Pierre Borton 51) North Mapie BcwitcHed Beat the CIocV: Movie: But I Jon'! W.int Gel "d Trap Bobby (c> Man m Hi L iqliK .TOO Anotnnr wnr Srwing Anything All Aboul Faces KFBB-TV Groaf Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Cnpi. Kanciaroo Ninvs KRTV Grcctt Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Tomlny in Monlana The Doctors (c) Concontr.ition Another World 9-M Sale ot Ihe Century Rdflo of Nlflht 9-30 Hollywood Sfiuarfts Corner Pylo (f) 10-00 Jeopardy (C> Mrrv Grillin ic) 10 'iO Wlint, Where Hillbillies (c) C-mri- r.imily Affiiir !fi New. NIK. Ninhtly Nt1.'.! n no New, (tl 11 ,.io World limn d 00 Newi YOUR PHILIPS DEAtER WITH SERVICE SEE THE SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S Escape to. the Sun 1 with HORST STEINHILBER in person in his latest exciting adventure film. DISCOVERING THE MEDITERRANEAN e SPAIN ITALY RIVIERA also the enchanting islands of MALIORCA 6 PONZA and CAPRI 90 MINUTES OF FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY. at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Sunday, Nov. 7th at p.m. Tickets at Leisters or at the door Students SI.00 CARDSTON Mciyfair Theatre "CAT MM-: TAILS" In Ti Wednesday. November and p.m. Adllll. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "FOOL'S In culor. M.-HTinp .lames Sleuan and Kennedy. Tuesday and Wednesday. XoM'ni- her and '.I Tuesday- .sliuu- at p.m. Adull Nut SnilaMe For Cliildren. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "DAHKICR THAN In Teeliiiienldr. SlamnK Kinl Taylor and Kendall Tuesday .'ind Wednesday. 2 and .1 Tnesdav slinw al 11: IT) AdlllL Sllilalilt1 Fur Children. TABER Tower Theatre 'TliF.TTY MA1I1S AI.I, IN A In color. Slai-rim; Hock Hudson and Pieknisnn. Tnrsday. Xiiveinbi'r Shows al and p.in lie.-lricled Adull. PARA.MOUXT Short Subject "The Love Machine" 9MO Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Where's Poppa'1 Last Complete Show COLLEGIi CINEMA "Gone With the Wind" One Complete Show lirlio Sis irfs "WHY DON'T THEY MAKE GOOD FAMILY SHOWS We say thai they do but due to lack of support at such Family Movies, there are less and less of them. We challenge you to see "Railway Children" it's a groat Family Movie and certainly one worthy of your support. R. E. SHACKLEFORD MANAGER. FAMILY Ends Tonite "LOVE MACHINE" In Technicolor STARTING TOMORROW THE WORLD IS DEAD. ONE SURVIVOR. THEN THE OTHERS, CRAWLING IN DARK- NESS, HIDING FROM LIGHT, THE STRANG- EST SECT OF ALL, HUNTING THE LAST MAN ON EARTH. CrWRLTON "GONE WITH THE Vv'IND" ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 8 P.M. ;