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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MOVIE FANTASY: "The Yellow p.m., Cli. 7. An animated fantasy about a once-joytul kingdom ter rorized by music-hating Blue Meanies. The Beatles star. MEDICAL DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m., Ch. 13. The male ego gets the once-over for it's Mr. Harper who's the doctor and the breadwinner. MUgIC COMEDY: The Partridge Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 1. The family's vacation in a mountain cabin becomes a mara- thon of rain, mud and gloom. MYSTERY: Ghost Story, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. No rest in peace for the ghost of a woman beseeching her twin sister to join her in death. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 1. Cannon's the key witness to a robbery that implicates the daughter of an ex-cop. DOCUMENTARY: The Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A study of the descendants of the great Mayas of Mexico. MOVIE DRAMA: "Inherit The 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The famous Scopes trial is the basis for this film in which a young Tennessee teacher is accused of teaching evolution to local youngters. TUESDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "Wild, Wild 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Girls, rock 'n' roll and skiing spice up the lives of a group of fraternity brothers at a small mountain college. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs listed by the radio and television Any variation in program schedule if due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. if CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Prices 5-00 Bury I Clark Leo Dow Call of the Land Farm News John Oliver Dava King fi-25 Bob Hesketh Farm News Jack Neufeld Chec-llne Cattle Prices Paul Tessier CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Matheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Barry Hegland News and Brain Prices Jack Thya Party Line John Walker Joan Waterfleld probe 1220 Jim Elliot World at SIX TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliolt Phone Bill Shew CHEC FM News, Wihr., Sports Hourly MONDAY thru SAT. master Don Mac- Bob Concie Don Mscmaster Don Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Colgary MONDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World ai Six As it Happens Five Nights A Week Ideas Grooveyard TUESDAY Eye Opener 8-03 Between Ourselvei World at Eight Quebec Now Calgary Eye News, Wfhr, Sport Opener From The Capitals This Country Radio Noon Stock Market Schools Max Ferguson Orchestral Concert Home Run BBC News News World it Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW 6F 1610 SONY Powerful 10 Transistor Portable RADIO with large slide-rule dial scale for easy tuning; with built-in telescopic ant enna and tone control switch. Operates on AC (AC adaptor op- tional extra) or DC. Cabinet is set off by simulated I e a t h er end chrome trim. batteries, ear- phone and carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fholog-taplilc 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJQC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTon Ch. 6) Marine Boy Pink Panther or Consequences Nancy Miller Farm Facts Hollywood Squares Mr. Drcssup Ed Allan Canadian Take 30 Friendly Giant Chez Helene Miday Joan Waterlield MONDAY NIGHT Movie: Lets Make a Deal inherit the Wind CJOC News TUESDAY 8'00 Super Heroes Wizard cl Oz David Frost TDA Partridge Family Cannon This Is the Law Nature of Things National News CJOC News Time Out Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Let's Make Deal CPCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Star Trnh Sandy Duncan News Medical Ccnlro Rollln Ghost Story Night Gallery Pig N Whistle Ironsldt News News (c) Merv Griffin TUESDAY KRTV Great MONDAY NIGHT the Clock Show BucKSTiot Fllntstones Movie: Wild Wild Winter Somerset Another World Fashions In Sewing Whats the Good Pnrlons Francais Word Troubio wim Tracy Anything You Can Life Stylo Do (c) Pierre Berton Star Trek The New Beat Brady Bunch Thoupht (or Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga Community Calender (c) Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Salute 1o Agriculture Concentration Today Show (c) Turns NBC News Special Price Is Right Another World Laugh-In Sale of Century Secret Storm News (c 1 Squares (c) Mike Douglas Tonight Show Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Who, What, Whirt Joker's Wild Gamn News TUESDAY Our World News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevision Ch. II) MONDAY NIGHT Password (c) Newt News Truth or NFL News Movie: Cutter's TUESDAY Farm Newi News Make Deal (c) Captain Kangaroo Newlywed News NOWS Jnck LaLannt (c) General Hospital Audrey fc) Ono Life to Live Gnlloplnq Gourmet Days of Our Lives Where the Henri Is Dinah's Place iit'JS New, (o Three on A Match ftiAc K i Dating Gamt Search for Spli, 'Socond Tomorrow Bewitched All My Children Paiword Manning critical of government EDMONTON (CP) Sena- or E. C. Manning has criticized he Alberta government for 'bemoaning the past" during ts current dispute over finan- cial responsibility for the Al- jerta Resources Railway. The government is negotia- ing with Canadian National tailways to determine who hould pay million in re- >airs needed to restore sections f the ARE line between Irande Cache and Grande 'rairie. The line was washed out last spring. >OOR ATTEMPT Senator Manning, former So- ial Credit premier of the prov- ince, said in a telephone inter- view from Toronto "bemoaning he past is a poor attempt to :over up the lack of ability to cope with the problem "Instead of wasting time try- ng to discredit the judgment of the previous administration, he government should address tself to the problems created >y the unprecedented flooding ast spring. ENTERTAINER DIES-Harry Richman, above, Broad- way song-and-dance mon who once was one of the highest paid performers in show business, died in Los Angeles at the age of 77. __________ Burton, Taylor win film prizes LECCE, Italy (Reuter) The 1972 Rudolf Valentino Prize or outstanding film stars has >een awarded to Richard Bur- ton and Elizabeth Taylor, the organizers of the prize an- nounced here. The prize, to be awarded at a ceremony here Nov. 19, con- sists of gold statuettes. It was not yet known whether Miss Taylor and Burton will attend. 6Clh BIRTHDAY COMMO, Italy (AP) Movie director Luchino Visconti cele- arated his 66th birthday by tak- ing a walk in this Italian lake resort his first public appear- ance since he suffered a severe circulatory failure early in September. Vieonti appeared to have re- covered fully from the illness, which caused partial paralysis of his left arm and leg. He said that during his compulsory rest Motel is fined for dumping its sewage GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Lancastrian Holdings Ltd., which operates the Silver. Crest Lodge here, was fined for dumping sewage into a road- side ditch. The motel is located on the city's outskirts and is not tied into the city's sewage system. Court was told the contents of the motel's septic system lad been tracked to the city's sewage lagoon and the road had jeen impassable on the day of the offence. lie had finished cutting his film Ludwig. The director said the world premiere of Ludwig will be held in the United States before Christmas. CAVETT ANGRY NEW YORK (AP) Dick Cavett said the American Broadcasting Co. knew "damn well" he would not be on vaca- tion Nov. 20 to Dec. 8 but went ahead anyway and announced it would use his air time then for other shows "when Mr. Cavett will be on vacation." A Cavett Show spokesman said the star told his audience he actually was being pre-em- pted during that time. ABC had made its "vacation' announcement in a statemcn saying it would use Cavett's time slot to present the TV equivalent of Broadway shows' out-of-town tryouts. ABC had previously an- nounced that the Cavett Show 'will be seen, as part of a new series, five nights a week for one week of each month. An- other week will be devoted to a new Jack Paar Show, marking Paar's return to late-night regular programming. Export delicacy HONG KONG (AP) Chefs i China have perfected quick-freeze process for one of their greatest deh'cacies, Pe- king duck, a Hong Kong Com- munist paper reported here. Ta Kung Pao quoted a Canton trade fair official as saying China is ready to ship the fro- zen ducks to foreign customers. "All you need to do is to heat the ducks in a pot of boiling vegetable the official said. COLLEGE CINEMA TONITE THRU WED. FIRST SHOW at 7_p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CATLOW' In Metrocolor. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, November 6, 7 and 8. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PRIME CUT" In color.. Starring Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman. Filmed in the Calgary area. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 6, 7 and 8. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult, PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "TWO LANE BLACKTOP" In Technicolor. Starring .lames Taylr, Warren Dales and Laurie Bird. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 6, 7 and 8. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "HERE COME THE FUZZ" In eolor. Starring Raqucl Welch, Yul Rrynncr and Harry Bclafonlc. Monday, Nov- ember 15. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suilnblc For Children. Senator Manning's comments ollowed the release of corres- wndence involving A. 0. Aal- wrg, former provincial treas- urer, and CNR president N. J. MacMillan. SHARP DISAGREEMENT The letters indicated sharp disagreement over payment of he ARR's rapidly-growing def- cits. A 1965 agreement said the government, then headed by Premier Manning, would fi- nance construction of the ARR 'or about million while the CNR would supervise building of the route and would provide maintenance. Senator Manning said the agreement to build the railway 'ollowed a series of meetings between the CNR and the pro- vincial government and was first porposed by their head office but by their regional supervisor." CBC personnel changes announced OTTAWA (CP) Organiza- tional changes at CBC's head office were announced here by CBC president Laurent Heard. Programming vice-president Marcel Ouimet, 57, of Ottawa, jecomes wee-president of spe- cial services, a newly-created department combining the CBC's old external services and Jie northern and armed forces sroadcasting services. His appointment is effective Dec. 1 when the former direc- tor-general of external services, H. G. Walker, retires. Effective Jan. 1, W. T. Arm- strong, 43, of Lucerne, Que., becomes vice-president of pub- ic relations. For the last three years Mr. Armstrong has been director of French- and Eng- lish-language broadcasting op- erations in Ottawa. Gordon Bruce, 37. of Ottawa becomes the new Ottawa area operations director. Sentence mobster NEW YORK (Reuler) Jo- seph (J o Jo) -Manfredi, identi- fied by police as a top organ- ized-crime leader, was sen- tenced here to 300 years in prison and fined for nar- cotics trafficking. Judge Harold Tyler imposed a 30-year sen- tence for one of Manfredi's nephews, Joseph Lacosa, 23, and fined Lacosa Seven other defendants re- ceived jail terms of from six to 15 years. Monday, Novtmbir 1972 THI UTHMIDOI HERALD 5 NOT PERFECT CRIME ORILLIA, Out. (CP) A man attempting to steal an au- tomobile fouled up his flight for freedom after being frightened off by the owner of the car. Faulty spokes on the bicycle be chose for his mode of escape collapsed, and he was captured. Judge Albert J .Glass described the case as "far from being the perfect crime." Guards protect German planes BONN (AP) Trained se- curity officials will soon fly aboard West German airliners in a stiff anti-terrorist move following the recent Arab hi- jacking of a Lufthansa plane; Conrad Ahlers, chief govern- ment spokesman, said here. paramount cinema St 4th Aw. SMrth, 3Z7-S1H HEREATLONG USTISR.HLM THAT SHOWS, WITH GUTTINC DETAIL, DIRTY BUSINESS POLITICS Tonife and Tues. at and p.m. ADULT ROBERT BEDFORD "THE CANDIDATE" AUDIT ENTERTAINMENT ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN STARTING THURSDAY Introducing "FATHER" VANHORNE. He's not what the Lord had in mind. TONITE thru WED. cv paramount St 4th South, 327-5100 2 SHOWS 2 at and p.m. MGM priHflO ft FILM tl NELSON ROBERT MFTCHUM The WRATH of GOO IN TECHNICOLOR with WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Wrath of God" Last Complete Show Adults Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Candidate" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Love Cycles" "Pleasures of the Bath" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 telhbridae Arc you tired of being out of the social pic- ture tired of waiting for fun to happen? Fun, friends and popularity can be yours as a member of our club but you must act now. As a member you'll meet hundreds of con- genial, fun people. You'll attend parties, dances, outings and dinner'balls. You won't have to wait for fun and friends to happen they'll be yours if you act now. You've Waited Long Enough! Act Now 327-1442 Call Today TOP HAT DANCE CLUB 535 13th ST. N. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 1 Nov. Nov. 13 FRITZ SICK Swim Swim (Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim Adults Only 12-1 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Public Skating Skating Mothers and Pre-School Skating 10-12 Skate 2-4 p.m. and 8-10 Skating p.m. Public Skate 3-5 p.m. Family Skate HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating 7-9 Skating 2-4 Public Skating 4 p.m. CIVIC ICE Publii Skating Skating p.m. Public Skate 3-5 NOTE; There will bo no public skating at the Adams Park a previous booking commitment. Ic Centra Friday, Novtmbtr 10th from to p.m. dut to ;