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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV highlights MONDAY Uwreacc I Ch. 7. Tte entire miuical program is devoted to the melodies of song writer Harry Warren. The Girl With Ch. 13. John is assigned to try his first court case and things go well until Sally reads the mind of the defendant. NFL 7 Ch. 11. The Washington Redskins meet the Steelers in Pittsburgh. RAWO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tete- viston Stations. Any variation in program sched- ule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbrfdge Herald.' CHIC MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6.00 Buryl Clarke Farm News 7.30 Sports 900 Checline Walt Edwards John Oliver 12.30 News. Sports 1.00 Gram Prices 1.01 Call of the Land 3.00 Jack Neuteld a.OO News. Sports Paul Tessier 12.00 Roy Rennick CJOC MONDAY 525 Sports 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six 6 35 Stan Bailey Show 8-00 John Charles Show 12-30 Steve Pisko Show TUESDAY 6 00 CBC News 6.05 Jack Thys Show 8 35 Phone Bill Show 10.00 Gord Whitehead Ask The Doctor 11 00 Jack Thys Show 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1.05 Gord Whitehead Show 3.05 Jim Parsons Show 5 00 News 6 00 World at Six CHIC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 pm Dell-O 6pm -10 p m Don Hedman 10pm -12 midnight Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 pm Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a m. Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p m Overtures and Encores 1-2 p m The Gasthaus Hour 2-6 p m. Don Hedman 6 p m -12 midnight Overtures and Encores CBR MONDAY 8 00 6 30 As It Happens 8 05 8 03 Music tor Our People 9 00 830 Identities 9'13 1000 News. Weather. Sports 1059 1010 From the Capitals 12 03 1015 Five Nights a Week 1 55 Massey Lectures 11 03 -Ideas 1203 Groove Yard TUESDAY 4 00 5 30 Warmup 4 05 6 05 Eye Opener 6 00 World at Eight Calgary Eye Opener The World at Nine Country Time Signal Radio Noon Stock Market School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC Home Run World at Six You Get... GUARANTEED CIRCULATION When you adyertise in The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Next Chinook November Dndlim Novimbir CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. MONDAY 5-00 Hollywood Squares 5-30 CJOC News 6-00 Lawrence Welk 7-00 Going Places 7'30 Shrine Bingo Partridge Family fi'30 Cannon This Is The Law South Seas 10.30 Man Alive 11.00 CJOC News 11 '0 P.M. 12 00 Movie Joe TUESDAY 6 30 Audubon 7 00 Farm and City Today 7.15 Wizard of Oz 7.30 Ed Allen CFCN-TV ChMMWl 13 Ch. MONDAY 8P00 Pinocchio 6'30 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Alberta Education Won Ami Friendly Giant Canadian Schools Mr. Dress-Up Sesame Street 12.00 Aqua Man 12.30 Spiderman 1.00 General Hospital 1 -30 Let's Make A Deal Our Town 2-30 Klara's Korner 3-00 Take 30 3-30 Edge of Night 4.00 Family'Court Alphabet Soup 5.00 Hollywood Squares 4-55 Mod Squad 5-55 News 6 30 The Girl With Something Extra 7-00 Ian Tyson 1974 Miss Canada Headline Hunters Adam's Rib The Rookies 11.00 News News 12-00 'Merv Griffin TUESDAY 5-55 Thought for the Day University of the Air Yoga 7.00 Canada A M 8-30 Romper Room 9-00 This Week Parlons Francais 9 30 Polka Dot Door 10-00 Life Style 10-30 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11 30 Beat the Clock 12.00 Flmtstones 12-30 Woody Woodpecker Movie1 Every Man Needs One 2.30 Somerset 3-00 Another World 3.30 What's the Good Word 4.00 Anything You Can Do 4.30 Buckshot 4-55 Mod Squad KHTV Falta Channel 3 Ch. MONDAY 5.00 News 5.30 News Gunsmoka Mine and Oura Carroll O'Connor Special 1030 News 11.00 Tonight Show TUESDAY 6-15 Understanding our World 6-45 Salute to Agriculture' Today Show 8.00 Joker's Wild 8.30 Pyramid 900 Gambit 9-30 Hollywood Squares Jeopardy 10-30 Where Game 10-55 News 11.00 Price is Right 11.30 World Turns 1200 Days of our Lives 12-30 Doctors 1-00 Another World 1-30 Match Game 73 Secret Storm Mike Douglas Today in Montana KPM Mto ChMNtM Ch. MONDAY Password TV-Five News Truth or Consequences NFL The PrMtt'a Wife TUMDAY 6.SS Farm News Captain Kangaroo News Audrey Jack LaLanne 10.00 2.30 Young and the Reatleu Search for Tomorrow All My Children Make a Newtywed Game General Hospital One Life to Live Love. American Style Wizard of Three on Match Girl In My Lite Split Second Brady Bunch Mta CtMeta Ch. 11. The 27th annual Miss Canada Pageant is presented live from Toron- to. CRIME Ch. 7. Cannon's client is a leading suspect in the killing of a model whose hobby was collecting men. Carroll t Ch. t. Some new faces of TV's Archie Bunker in three sketches with touches of comedy and drama. U The SMIh M Ch. 7. A visit to the Tonga Islands with its British-styled constitutional monarchy. Man Ch. 7. The moral issue of using equipment to prolong life is examined. MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. A chilling study of a factory worker who hates hippies and social workers. Merv 12 Ch. 13. James Telly Norman Fell and Tony Musante are the guests. TUESDAY MOVIE Man Needs 1 Ch. 13. A swinging bachelor architect hires a vivacious young woman as his assistant and the battle of the sexes is on. CFCN to have its own studio CFCN-TV will move into a new studio March manager Stan has announced. Mr. Bates says CFCN will not renew its five year contract with where it uses CJOC's studio and production personnel. will provide better news service for the Lethbridge he says. According to the old which expired this year. CFCN gets its local news from CJOC which in turn gets it from CJOC radio station. are now offering our own news service which is controlled by he says. This will mean a more com- petitive news market because local news will not originate from the same he added. CFCN's new studio will also mean more local shows will be produced. Mr. Bates says. two TV stations using the same studio and produc- tion personnel to produce local there is not enough time to do an adequate he says. The new studio will cover 000 sq. leet and will be located at 13th Street N. and 7th Avenue in the building adja- cent to Mihaliks Mayfair Foods. Moving to the new premises will mean the employment of eight to 10 more people Mr. Bates says. Sven a prominent local has been appointed to CFCN's board of directors. The station will close its of- lice in the College Mall when the new studio is occupied. mm E NEW GARDEN HOTEL Proudly Presents I i 1 and the All this week.for your listening pleasure We regret any inconvenience caused to our customers last as the group we had advertised could not be present. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre NEW in color. Starring George C. Stacy Keach and Jane Alexander. Tuesday and November 5 6 and 7 Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre OF in color. Starring Bruce Lee. Monday and November 5 and 6. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre AND PAIN and The Whole Damn in color. Starring Maggie Smith and Timothy Bottoms. Tuesday and November 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. -ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre in Color. Starring Kirk Mark Lester and Neville Brand. Tuesday and November 6 and 7. Monday show at and p.m. FAMILY. Dine and Dance Lounge PrtMnts BEACON HILL HOTEL Red Coach RON ROWE Mom CORNER AVI. Tin ST. PHONI Ellington show booed WEST BERLIN An angry audience booed and whistled at a singer in the Duke Ellington sextet during a performance at the luth Berlin jazz festival Friday night. Their anger was directed at Philadelphia jazz singer Tony Watkins who performed blues in a concert-like style. The booing prompted 72- year-old Ellington and his which earlier had gain- ed frenetic leave the cutting the concert short by about 20 minutes. Ex-prostitute wins battle TORONTO Xaviera former has won her latest battle to stay in Canada. Miss who has written three books about her was granted the right by the federal court of appeal to appeal an immigra- tion department deportation order that would force her out ol the country. Show Times Look-alikes Actor Krnest Borginie bears an astonishing resemblance to the late Vince Lombardi. whose photo is behind him. as he prepares to portray the Green Bay Packers lootball coach in a television special to be aired Dec. 14. The film. Legend in is currently being made in Los Angeles with members oi the Los Angeles Hani taxi squad playing the part of the Packer lootball players. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short 2.15 9'00 2.40 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW' 9'00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENTpARAMOUNT CINEMA CLOCKWORK 9'20 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS' 7'00 9'20 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short 7.00 ENTER THE DRAGON. 7.25 9.05 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN He 'bugs' Nixon Watergate spoils fun for Dick By RICHARD E. MEYER NEW YORK It was like watching a clown cry. The prankster said politics isn't fun anymore. muttered Dick Tuck. would appear that prac- tical or what- ever you want to call these guys have just simply given it a bad name curly-haired master political trickster of the sounded dismayed. The name Dick he noted seemed to be cropping up more and more often at the Sam Ervin show in the Senate Watergate committee has been investigating the political dirty tricks of 1972. First had been Gordon Stra- chan. aide to the president's former chief of who had told the committee even before its August recess that the Republicans had talked during the campaign about a Dick Tuck capability Second had been H. R. the former White House chief of who con- firmed that he had agreed to for our side the same kind of activity that was so ably carried out over the years for Democratic can- and in 1972 for by Dick a man who has been widely praised Third was presidential speechwriter Patrick who said Tuck had trotted out a troop of supposed welfare mothers at Miami Beach in 1968 to demonstrate against Nixon. 6 forOU Suggested Politics never seemed like it should be played that way. scolded Richard Gregory pushing 50 summering these days in and 15 pounds lighter than the round-faced gremlin who tripped up. cam- paign after campaign in days gone by. I did wasn't illegal. it wasn't ever ma- licious. I've always tried to lighten to touch them with that's not al- ways easy. And I you in most to dramatize a serious or an important issue. what I did wasn't surrep- titious or anonymous. Some have said that I not only claimed I demand Tuck stumbled into his first prank when he was 22 years old and attending the Univer- sity of California at Santa Barbara. He remembered working hard for Helen Gahagan who was running against Richard Nix- on for Congress. a red- blooded American I was for the glamorous Helen Gahagan But then he got a telephone call from the professor who coordinated campus Young Republicans. must have been the original absent- minded because he asked me if I'd advance the campus for Nixon. thought. what the hell9' The Nixon people them- selves picked the which was fine with me since it was a when there was hardly anybody on campus. I picked the time. in the which was abso- I knew it wouldn't conflict with anything else because that was when there was absolute- ly nobody else around. And I picked the which was one of the larger ones 4.400 or something like- that. And so the rally started. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dentil Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 LethbfMge FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount NOW SHOWING Tonite at p.m. HiiLomJonflSilYir MMJUMJUMS KIRK DOUGLAS. SCALAWAG Not Suitable For Children college cinema The ultimate in Martial Arts adventure and NOW SHOWING Tonltt p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema NOW SHOWING At p.m. INTRODUCING COMMUNITY SIIIVICM DBPAHTMINT CITY OF LBTHMIDOI PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING ind MUSEUM UN. V UNI. mi. Nw. Nn. Nn. nw. 12 ran sat Noon Swim 1200-1 00p.m. Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim 12-00-1-00 pm Free Family Swim Swim 12-00-1-00 D.m Public Swim 7-30-9 30 p Swim Swim 1 00-5-00 p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p Swim p m. KMMM pMtia Skate Skating 2 00-4 00 Public Skating 4.00-5.30 p.m. CMC Iff Public Skating Skating Skating p.m. Public Skating Skating o Skating Mottiere a Pre-School Skate Sketlng Skating p m. Public Skating p.m. 4 Family Skating 30 00-4.30 00-5 00 p.m. ;