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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. The char- acter study of a has-been coach trying to make a come- back at a small college. COMEDY: Cob Newharl, p.m., Ch. 7. Emily re- fuses to become a Monday night football widow and she and Bob carry on an all-night argument. COMEDY: The Partridge Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Laurie falls in love but Mom is worried that things are too ser- ious. HISTOHICAL: Teolh Decade, 30 p.m., Ch. 7. Lester Pearson's first term as Prime Minister is covered in this repeal. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Psy- chiatric care is discussed by live doctors from the Mennin- ger Foundation. TUESDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "Crowhavcn 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A TV movie story about a young couple swept into a nightmare world of witchcraft. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Any variation in program ichedula il due la lail- minuta by the stations and is not trie respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Diitribulori Stereo and Photographic Centre. Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sporls Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call of the Land Farm News John Oliver Dave King Bob Heskelh Farm Jack Neufeld Chec-line Callle Prices Paul Tessler CJOC News wilh flifl Skefton, Rod Whitt, Bill Malheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card and Grain Prices Jack Thyi Pirly Line 4-05 John Walker MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1320 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Barry Hegiand TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot! Phone Bill Shew 10.05 Joan Waterlield Probe Jim Elliot World It CHEC FM News, Wthr., Sporls Hourly MONDAY Ihru SAT. mflsler Don MflCmnster a.m. Don Bob Don Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Home Run DEC News 5; 30 News World el Six As II Happens Between Ourselves Quebec Now News, Wlhr, Sport Five Nights A Weed Ideas U'JO Grooveyara TUESDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Calgary Eye Opener From Thi Capitals This Country Radio Noon Slock Market schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run BBC News New! World el Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW 6R36 SONY LATEST 7 TRANSISTOR AM PORTABLE RADIO Clear sound from large 3" ipeaker, at- Iractiva leatherette cabinet in choice of 4 colors. Complete wilh earphones and lite batteries. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and iPholopiapIiie Center 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Lels Make a Deal CJOC News Movie: Footslepi Bob Newharl 11: Parlrlcge Family Cannon This Is the Low :DO Nalure at Things :00 National News :20 CJOC News 30 Crossfire Movie: Great Escapt TUESDAY Super Heroes Wizard ot Ol Farm Fads Mr. Dressup Canadian Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helena Miday Joan Water-field Marine Boy Pink Faultier Trulh cr Consequences Nancy Miller Hollywood Squares Ed Allan Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Let's MaKe a Deal CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Thought (or Ihe Clock Show Star Trek Universiry of Air Bucksnol Sandy Duncan Romper Room Flinlstones News, Canada A.M. Movie: Crow Medical Centre Yoga Haven Farm Rollln Community Somerset Ghosl Slory Calender (cl Another World Nighl Gallery Fashions In Sewing WMals Ihfl Good Pig N Whlslla Parloni Word 7racy Llle Style Do [c) Pierre Berlon Slnr Trek The New Beat Tha Brady Bunch News (c) Merv Griffli TUESDAY KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT 5alute to Agrlcullura Concenlratior News Gunsmoks Movie; Giant (Par! S) Laugh-In Nows (c Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Today Show (c) World Turns Today In Monlani ijijo Doctors Price Is Right Another World Sale ol Century Secret Storm Squares (c) Mike Douglas Jeopardy (c) Family Allnlr Who, Whfit, Whert Jcknr'i Wild Game News News Nows KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Password (cj Nows News Truth or Consequences NFL News Movie: TUESDAY News MakB a (c) cnplflln Kangaroo Npwlvived Game News 17.33 News LaLanne (c) General Hospital Audrey (C) One Life to Live 9.-3D GnfJoplnrp Gourmet J.-M of Our Uvti Whoro the Heart Dinah's Place News (o -1 00 Threo on n Match All My Children PaiwonT HAPPY REFUGEES-Two young Soulh Vielnamese refugees from Quong Tri pose at their new home, the Nan O camp near D anang. Formerly a U.S. base, the camp now accommodates civilians displaced by fight ing in the northernmost province- attend annual dinner RAYMOND (HNS) The an- nual LDS Church Taylor Stake dinner, in aid of the Culture Centre, was successful. More than people were served dinner, cafeteria style, from the steam tables. Presidenly Fay H. Walker do- nated the beef for the dinner. Vegetables came from the gar- dens of the stake, canned at the Welfare Centre. A variety program was pre- sented in the Taylor Stake rec- reation room. The cast for the stage show featured talent from the wards. DISGUSTING MESS VfCTORIA (CP) The Capi- tal Regional Board of B.C. and the federal transport depart- ment joined hands in the clean- up of a small beach near East Sooke Park which had been pol- luted by several barrels of bunker sea oil, left by passing ships. "It was a disgusting said Larry Slaght, dis- trict manager for the transport department. Today's1 Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Roof" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Public Eye'1 Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Legend of Frcnchie King" Last Complete Show Adult Canadian film in the works KLEINBURG, Ont. Canadian [ilm-makcrs have taken gallons of water, added four Hollywood stars to swim in it, and hope the re- sulting movie will bring a flood of fans lo the box office, file Neptune Factor, a 51.5 million underwater adventure film which Nova Scotia-born Daniel Petrie begins shooting Monday, also features Ihe most dazzling display of tech- nology ever seen in this rural village north of for that matter, probably on any movie set anywhere in the country. Co-produced by Toronto's Quadrant Films, The Neptune Factor is a mainly Canadian venture, with a in- vestment by the Canadian Film Development Corp., 000 from Famous Players, and some from private sources. Toronto-born Gordon Stul- berg, president of 20th Cen- tury-Fox, which invested has informed his staff around the world that nothing short of "another 20.- noo Leagues Under Ihe Sea" is the expected result. FEATURES EARTHQUAKE Actually, the movie is de- scribed as a futuristic drama, and it concerns a romance be- tween a woman marine biolo- gist and an aquanaut, an earthquake in the ocean depllis. and a specialized un- derwater rescue unit. A lot ol action involving Hollywood stars Waller Pidgeon, Yvctte Mimeux, Er- nest Borgnine and Ben Gaz- zara takes place in a gallon sea lank erected on the parking lot of the arena in nearby Woodbridge. ARMY, NAVY and AER FORCE VETERANS LETHBRIDGE UNIT 34 SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING Wed., Nov. 15th at 8 p.m. In The Clubrooms All members ore urged to attend. While the stars flail around in the lank, they will be fil- med by a special 15-man ca- mera crew. Cameramen handling undenvaler equip- ment had to take a course in diving, part of which was a two-hour written examination and a 'Tree fall" in waters off Halifax. Jack McAdam, a Toronto set designer with 10 years' ex- perience at the CBC, has masterminded a bundle of electronic gadgets used in the mono, including a cassette TV set, a ship-to-shore com- munications network and an advanced chemical processing unit. He also produced de- tailed, plans for mock-ups rf an ocean lab and a mini-sub- marine. SET EXPENSIVE The set alone cost The Kleinhurg sound stage is almost filled with an as- sortment of technical marvels which include an authentic mock-up of an underwater habitat, a steel reproduction of a decompression chamber; reproductions of a mini-sub's interior and exterior, and a "ship's deck" fronling a space-age laboratory com- plete with a pre-programmed computer and chemical-test- ing gear. Mr. McAdam said the mini- sub exterior will be sub- merged in the pool at Wood- hridge while cameras record Ihe action through sperial two-indi glass imported from England. "We built our own pool be- cause we shot exterior scenes in Halifax an] underwater se- quences in Freeport in the Bahamas and we knew we couldn't match the color of the Freeport water with that in Mr. McAdam said. "We can match it if we con- trol the water and give it spe- cial lighting when cameras are rolling." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "POCKET MONEY" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Mar- vin and Paul Newman. Monday and Tuesday, November anrl M. Monday show at 8.15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SWEDISH FLY UIRLS" In color. Wilh on all slar cast. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13, M and 15. Jlondny show flt p.m. Deslriclcd Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TMH IllIUCD HAND" In color. Starring Tctcr Fonda, Warren Dales and Vr-ma nionm.. Monday and Tuesday, November 13 and M. Monday show al p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PUPPET ON A ClUIiV In color. Slnn-infi Bui-nan Packet and Svcn Bertal T.inhc. Monday and Tuesday, November lit and H. Monday .slums ni and p.m. Atlull Nol Suitable For Children. STUDY DAM CHANGES SASKATOON (CP) A re- search centre to study changes resulting from the Gardiner dam, which spans the South Saskatchewan River, has been suggested by a group of sociolo- ;ists at the University of Sas- katchewan. Prof. E. J. Abram- son said the dam has Implica- tions in agriculture, economics, political science, geography and sociology. The dajn was opened in 1967 to provide water to irri- gate farm lands, generate electrical power and increase recreational facilities. General to face charges SAIGON (Router) Charges carrying a possible death pen- alty have been filed against a South Vietnamese general whose division retreated from Ihe northernmost province of 3uang Tri at the start of the North Vietnamese offensive, military sources said Saturday. Gen. Vu Van Glai placed un- der house arrest last May after the Fall of Quang Tri city, faces charges of refusing to carry out the orders of a superior officer in the battlefield and of aban- doning a position in the face of the enemy. Monday, Novlmbir 13, 1972 THI UTHMIDGI HIHALD 5 LOBSTER PROTECTED Bermuda's marine delicacy, the spiny a giant protected by law from April 15 to Sept. 15 each year. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Denial Muhanli Sultt 1-304 5th St. I. Ph. 327.7244 lelhbrido.