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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucicfay, November 14, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGI HERALD 7 TV TUESDAY MYSTERY DRAMA: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The whereabout of a list of enemy agents operating in the U.S. is locked in the memory of a captured spy and no one, including the spy, can penetrate his mind. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, p.m., Ch. 13. A trilogy of dramas about McGarrett's efforts to crack a Ha- waiian crime dynasty. Something special for the next three weeks. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Divorce threatens Mary's friendship with the Fosters. SPECIAL: Burt Bacharacli, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A classy musical hour with Sammy Davis Jr., Anthony Newley and Vikki Carr. COMEDY: Flft Wilson, p.m., Ch. 7. Burt Reynolds, Tim Conway and Roberta Flack are the special guests. HISTORICAL: Tenth Decade, 10 p.m., Ch. 1. Scandals plague the reigning Liberals and the Conservative Party in this repeat. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Welby, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "Please Don't Send Flowers" dramatizes a young mother's battle with cancer and fear. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Meredith Baxter, David Birney, Kent McCord, Jackie Vernon and Schreiber are the guests. MOVIE DRAMA; 1 a.m., Ch. 7. A whodunit about a lough homicide captain who is the prime suspect in a murder. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Counterfeit 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An undercover agent (Jack Lord of Hawaii Five-0) tracks international counterfeiters. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! tire lined by the radio and television itotioru. Any variation In program tchedule it due to lait- minuto chcmgei by the station! and u not the reipon- ilbllity of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chre Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call of the Land Farm News John Oliver Cave King 8-25 Bob Hesketh Farm News Jack Neufeld a-35 Cncc-line Caltle Prices Paul Tessier if CJOC News with Bill Skel.on, Rod Whitt, Bill Matheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT EllloT Probe 1220 News, Weather World at 51x and Sports Phone Bill Show Joan WaterHeld and Jim Elliot Probe 1220 Noon Farm CHEC FM News, Wthr., Sports Hourly MOH. THRU SAT. Conslc) Don HedmBn 10-M Don MacMaster a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Stock Market As It Happens Eye Opener Schools 7-nn n q FlpHlnn 8'00 World at 8 Max Ferguson Report Eye Opener Bob Kerr pj. This Country Run An Evening of_ Time BBC News and John Walker John Charles Barry Hegland WEDNESDAY CBC News News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Walker Probe World at Six i evening wr Time sianal________------- nerlcan Politics Nations Commentary Rupert's Land Rock Provincial Affairs News Slide Radio Noon World at Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW CF350 SONY PORTABLE RADIO-CASSFTTE-CORDER COMBINATION 1.2 watt output, swing bol- curate constant tape speed when unit is motion (as when automatic shut-off stops set at end of tape, built- in electret microphone. Sony- O-Matic recording level, high sensitivity and excellent se- lectively with ceramic filters. earphone, AC cord, batteries, carrying case. S.L.P. 189.95. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flkoloptapliic Cent el 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NiGHl 11 Crossfire (C) Miday Lets Make a Deal Wreslling CJOC News Movie: The WEDNESDAY Marvel Super Heroes Wiiard of Oi News and Farm Facts Mr. Dressup Western Schools Friendly Giant Chez Heicno CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) Clock Mission Impossible Irish Rovers Snowmobile Satet) Mary Tyler Moore Flip Wilson Frcnt Page Challenge Tenth Decade News to CJOC News Joan Watcrfield Marine Boy Pink Panther (c) Truth or Consequences Klara's Korner Hollywood Squares Ed Allan Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Lets Make a Deal TUESDAY NIGHT Brady Bunch News (c) Hawaii Flvc-0 Headllno Hunters Burt Bacharacli Special First and Ten Ian Tyson Marcus Welby News News Mcrv Grlflln Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga Community Calendar Fashions In Sewing Par ions Francais Trouble with Tracy Life Style Pierre Derlon Buckshot Fllntstones (c) Movie: Counterfeit Killer Somerset (c) Another World What's The Word Anything You Can Do Star TrcK News KRTV Great Falls Channel13 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Cousin Maude Today In Monlflna News (c) Hawaii F-lvcO Price Is Right (c) The Doclors (c) Move: TDA Sflle of tfio Century Another World Bonanza Hollywood Square! Secret Storm News Jeopardy (c) Mike Douglas Who, Whnt, Family Affair Garno Jokers Wild Nows 4-.2Q Nows Salute AfirlcUlturB CuneentrMlon NBC Nightly Ncwi Today Show tc) World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) 1J-30 News Ifimpeniture's Jack General Hospital Audrey (c) One Lire to 9; SO Galloping Gourmet Day s rf our Wlirro Ihft Heart II Lives (c) Movie: The Victim Marcus Wclfoy News (c) Tho Mummy WEDNESDAY t-iirm Nows Cflpl. Konfliif News (C) (or Tomorrow All My Children Lei's Make A Div (c) Nftwlyvvrd (c) Three on a Match (c) Dating Gnnm (c) Split Second Bewitctird Password Ntw> Native council plans own show EDMONTON (CP) The Na- tive Council of Canada said to- day it is upset with "asinine" television portrayals of native people and intends to produce its own special show. "The council proposes devel- oping a big, lively, funny, melo- dious television special to ex- press the vitality, the humor and the optimism of our peo- council president Tony Belcourt said in a news re- lease. "Television portrays us as an unwittingly victimized, naive and 'primitively' angry subcul- he said. "Not only are we frustrated and unfuriated, we're bored with this asinine view of our people so are the people who watch TV." Perry Como still 011 linip after onstage accident HOLLYWOOD (AP) Perry Como, who has never been noted for swiftness of move- ment, was going through his tel- evision special at a more delib- erate pace than usual. Reason: the singer still is re- covering from an onstage acci- dent that halted his career for eight months. It happened just a year ago. Como was here for an NBC spe- cial that was to occupy five shooting days. The first three were mostly devoted to acts with guest stars Art Carney and Mitzi Gaynor. Then it came time for Como to do his thing. remember I was to walk PERRY COMO knee broken up a platform that was to split he said. "Something went wrong. The spotlight wasn't on me, and I moved to my left to compensate for it. 'Meanwhile the set was start- ing to separate. I fell off the platform, hit the other side with my knee, and dropped about five feet. All this with the cam- eras on me. People started rushing over to see what hap- pened to me." STILL HAS LIMP Como was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was told that X-rays showed no serious in- jury. But next day his knee swelled to double its size and another examination showed that it had been seriously bro- ken. It was re-set, and Como was placed in a plaster cast. He was to remain in it for eight months. "I almost went out of my he admitted. "What the hell can you do for eight months in a cast? "I watched.television. I mean everything." When the cast was finally re- moved, he began a long "and boring" period of therapy to restore the leg to fitness. Como, who finished the spe- cial while still in a cast, was recovered enough by August to fulfil a postponed date in Las Vegas. Still gimpy, he came here for his Dec. 6 CBS special with guests Joey Heatherton and Art Carney. Underground paper tells of trials MOSCOW (AP) Eluding a massive secret police effort to suppress it, the Chronicle of Current Events has appeared on schedule again to report a wave of political trials in the Ukraine. In its customary deadpan prose, the Chronicle also up- dates its running list of political prisoners, records police searchers, digests protest letters to authorities and says as usual on its title page: "Human Rights Year in the Soviet Union Continues." The Chronicle was 1968 to coincide with International Human Rights Year. Since then it has kept its readers abreast of repr- ession of political, ideological and artistic non-conformity in the Soviet Union. Issue No. 27, devotes nearly one-fifth of 24 typewritten pages to a police crackdown in the Ukraine is a testing ground for a new, more repressive pol- icy that could be applied to the rest of the count Details the Chronicle provides in its section "Repression in the Ukraine" suggest the author- ities are concerned with per- sistent feelings of Ukrainian na- tionalism, to appear every two months. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "POCKET HONEY" In Technicolor. Starring. Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. Tuesday, November 14. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SWEDISH FLY GIRLS" In color. An all star cast. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "TIIE HIRED HAND'' In color. Starring Peter Fonda, Warren Dates and Verna Bloom. Tuesday, November 14. Show at p.m. Adult Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PUPPET ON A CHAIN" In color. Starring Barbara Packet and Sven Eertal Taube. Tuesday, November 14. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Hollywood sex symbol suing director on film RAQUEL WELCH given bodyguard China TOKYO has in- tensified its word barrage against Soviet leaders, accus- ing them of endlessly shouting about disarmament "to cover up their arms expansion and war preparations." "In the last six years alone, their strategic weapons have increased more than said an article in the Commu- nist party newspaper People's Daily by Commentator, usually meaning a high-ranking official. It accused the Soviet Union of "an inglorious performance" in presenting to the United Na- tions a resolution against the use of force and prohibiting the we of nuclear weapons. "The new Soviet resolution boils down to a verbal declara- tion of the prohibition of all kinds of weapons on the one hand and, on the other, the' ac- tual possession and energetic expansion of all kinds of weap- ons, particularly nuclear weap- ons, for carrying out unbridled nuclear threat and nuclear blackmail against countries with little or no culear arma- People's Daily said. FIRST MILL Canada's first paper mill was established near Lachute, Que. in 1803. We are your Printing HEADQUARTERS for oil your WEDDING REQUIREMENTS INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES PLACE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS COASTERS Etc. Tonight! HYWAY at the MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEDDING GIFT included with your wedding invitation order! Puzzled with your Wedding Plans? fRES I QUESTION and ANSWER CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her wedding to he just per- fect. To help you pre- pare for that wonder- ful day, we hove com- piled a list of questions most commonly asked by the bride-to-be. The answers ore taken from authoritat vo sour- ces on etiquetro. The Lethbridoc Herald LONDON (AP) Raquel Welch, Hollywood sex symbol, announced yesterday that she is suing the director of her latest movie for assault and battery after an incident in her private dressing room on location in France. In a statement issued from her London hotel, Miss Welch said she had been given a body- guard to comnlete the filming of the movie, The Last of Sheila at Nice. She said her suit is against director Herbert Ross and will probably be filed by her law- yers in Los Angeles. After the dressing room in- which she gave no Welch said she "justifiably fled to London to escape physical harm." Raquel arrived in Britain last Tuesday and burst into tears when asked by reporters about the progress of her new film. The next day, looking more cheerful, she flew back to Nice to shoot the film's final scenes. BUBBLY SENDOFF Then she returned he-e saying, she had been through "a very difficult time" but had been given a champagne sendoff by the movie crew. In the meantime, British co- star James Mason had bean quoted as saying: "She is the most selfish, ill-mannered, in- considerate actress that I've ever had the displeasure of working with." He accused her of staging tantrums. And Friday night, Warner Brothers, producers of the movie, issued a statement! praising Ross and criticizing I Miss Welch for her behavior "and her public utterances." Raquel denied In her state- ment here that she had stormed off the set in have never in 21 films walked out or quit any movie." She said she had returned from London to Nice to com- plete the jilming "only with the protection of a bodyguard" pro- vided by Warner Brothers. Her statement added: "I have no quarrel with Warner Broth- ers or any of the cast or crew and I am hi no doubt that I have performed my duties In a professional manner." Electric-powered autos go into service in 1973 DIJON (AP) The first electric-powered automobiles to loak like real cars instead cf beach buggies or props for circus bears will go unplamo- rously into service next year in this central France city. Only the standard engine ar.c'> transission have been re- placed in a series of 80 work- adav Renault R-4s that Elec- tricite de France, the state- owred utility monopoly, is modifying to serve as repair and customer-relations cars. It wants to purh the idea that autos that don't make smoke or noise have grown into something solid. "As far as know, there's no other experimentation with electronic cars on this said Pierre Wolf, the utility monopoly's research director, in introducing the cars in Di- jon. Turning the start key brings the disarming novelty of power and motion without noise. The transmission is an- chored to second gear, but the car accelerates rapidly, the engine working itself up to the drone of a vagely souped- up electric razor. HOLDS 1G balleries The source of power is 16 regular automotive batteries placed across the width of the car where a back seat nor- mally would be. The batteries drive an electric motor linked to each axle. The eight of the b a 11 e r i e to 800 their cumber- someness is one of the big disadvantages of the car. Tiie cars' range in city driv- ing is 40 to 48 miles without recharging the batteries. The cars have a top speed of 40 miles an hour. Today's Showtime? PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Hoof" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Public Eye" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Legend of Frenchie King" Last Complete Show Adult YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERV.KE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th St. N. 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