Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Wedntidoy, Novimbir 13, 1972 THI LETHMIMI HtUlB 7 TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk Show. 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A melodic pot-pourri ol memorable music by the greatest operetta song writers is offered by Welk and his musical family. SPORT: NHL Hockey, C p.m., Ch. 13. The Atlanta Flames meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Prime of Miss Jean p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a teacher who ignores the usual curriculum to instruct her pupils in an unusual philoso- phy of life. BINGO: Kcinovislon, p.m., Ch. 7. The Knifchts of Columbus annual bingo for a total of in cash. CRIME DRAMA: "They Came to Kob Las 12 midnight. Ch. 7. Members of an armored car hijack gang fight among themselves as they try to break into a car filled with from Las Vegas casinos. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Burl Ives, the Lennon Sisters, song writer Sammy Fain and singer Jean-Paul Vignon are the guests. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Congratulations, It's a 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a bachelor whose swinging life is jeopar- dized by the appearance of a 17-year-old son he never knew he had. SPECIAL: "Keeping Up With the p.m., Ch. 13. Four modern young people a black couple and a white couple sharing a house in the city sets the scene lor the comic situations bound to occur. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ure lisfed by the radio and television ftatjont. Any variation in program schedule it due to fail- changes by the stations and if not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newi Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Leo Dow Grain Price. 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Gnllonlno; Gourmet Three on Mitch Wonilrrful World of Where the Heart Is Dnllng .Game AqqrAvaMon News Snlll Second Nrw. Srnrch lor Bewitched 10. .j ihr Lris MnKo a Deal IP Ytviri 'lojtioirc'1 i-M NPAI THURSDAY 11. On All My Clillclrcn 0 Nrws ..3 News Truin Jncniips Coiislrnii FULL, FUU EMPTY Sonia Monzano, who plays Maria on "Sesame starred out with a simple demonstration of the word "full" and ended up with a sur- prise result. The cardboard should have kept the milk from spilling but it didn't work out that way in this scene from the new season of the popular TV series. Sesame Street is designed to teach basic learning skills to preschoolers. Duncan show cancelled HOLLYWOOD (AP) CBS said here it is cancelling The Sandy Duncan Show and Anna and the King and adding a new hour detective drama starring Buddy Ebsen at mid- season. Robert D. Wood, president of the CBS Television Network, announced the decision at the annual meeting of the network advisory board. Miss Duncan's show was her second effort in television in two years. Her first show, Funny Face, was dropped at mid-season last year when she underwent eye surgery. Anna and the King was Yul Brynner's first venture into television, in the role of the King of Siam he had. created on Broadway and in the motion picture, The King and I. The new Ebsen show, tenta- tively titled Bamaby Cobb, will ooen at p.m. Sunday, Jan, 28. VAN NUTS, Calif. CAP) Anna Kashfi, former wife of ac- tor Marlon Brando, was ar- raigned hi muracipal court to- day on charges of misdemeanor hit-and-run and driving under the influence of Miss Kashfi, 38, a former ac- tress, did not appear in court, and her lawyer, Michael Abrams, entered a plea of not guilty. Trail was set for Dec. 28. Police said Miss Kashfi Sun- ELKS PUBLIC RINOO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. If no Bingo called after 59 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 52 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 TEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURS. NOV. 16 METROS FRI. NOV. 17 METROS SAT. NOV. IB ALBERTA RANCH BOYS Police officer turns TV actor THE NEWLY RENOVATED GARDEN HOTEL TAVERN presents THE SOUTHERN COMFORTS THURS., FRI., SAT. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS'1 In Technicolor. StaiTing David Tomlinson. Angela Lansbury and Rody McDowall. Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday, November 15, IS, 17 and IS. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SWEDISH FLY color. With an all star cast. Wednesday, November 15. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS" In Technicolor. Starring Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson and Roddy McDowall. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 15, 16, 17 and 1C. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DUCK YOU SUCKER" or "FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE" III color. Starring Rod Slciger and James Coburn. Wed- nesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday. November 15. 16, 17 nnd in. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. NEW YORK (AP) The best amateur actor in the history of the New York City police de- partment now is doing well as a professional television and movie performer. "I had to go into the movies to get said former detective Eddie Egan, who plays a police lieutenant in Par- amount's new crime thriller, Badge 373. Eddie, whose real life exploits were the basis for the award- winning film, The French Connection, is the legejidary detective who made ar- rests during a 19-year career as a crime-solver. This amazing total Is a record for the police department here, and, Egan said, "so far as we could find In a study made be- fore I retired, it is a world record in detection." Eddie, a maverick detective sometimes in trouble with his superiors because of his unor- thodox methods, retired last year because he was "tired of paper work" and because he had always yearned for an act- ing career. He feels he has smoothed out his quarrels with the police de- partment. He has liis badge, and is still permitted to wear strapped to his right ankle the gun he wore while in service. And, beginning in 1975, he will start receiving annual retire- ment pay of which is 42 per cent of his final salary as a detective. PLAYED MANY ROLES Eddie feels his future is pretty bright. He has a contract with Paramount tying him to the production of 13 films for which he has submitted plot out- lines. Also in prospect is a tele- vision series, tentatively enti- tled My Partner and I. There are sound reasons for Eddie's optimism. He has al- ready played six professional roles, and behind him lie innu- merable real life roles while he was a detective, in some of which his own safety was at stake. Mammoth found EASLE (Reuter) Builders digging foundations for a chem- ical factory in tliis Swiss city I have found the skull of a mam- moth, officials of Basle Natural History Museum announced. PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Roof" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Funny Girl'' Two Complete Shows Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Legend of Frenchie King" Last Coni'ilcle Show Adult WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE MOONGLOWS" Members and invited guests only. Peking troupe coming By JOHN BURNS FP Publicjlion PEKING China's drive for international goodwill uill move into the world of popular enter- tainment later this month when a troupe of acrobats from the north China city of Shenyang begins a two-month tour of Can- ada, the United States and Mex- o. The term used by the Chinese to cover conjurers, jugglers and trick cyclists as well as daredevil gymnasts- will perform for ticket-buying audiences in more than a dozen cities in the three countries. The tour, originally expected to take place next year, has been brought forward to land the acrobats In the U.S. at the height of the Christmas sea- a sellout time for performances with a strong ap- poal to chillrcn. The acrobats, masters of skills that are as old as Chinese civilization itself, will be seek- ing to build on the base of goodwill established by groups of table tennis players, scien- tists and doctors who have pre- ceded them lo North America this year. They will go first to Canada, where they will perform in four eastern cities over a three-week Nov. 22 to 25; Montreal, Nov. 29 to Dec. 2; Quebec City, Dec. 7 lo Dec. 9; and Toronto, Dec. 12 and 13. Plans for the troupe to travel to Western Canada had lo be scrubbed when the Chinese moved the dates for the tour forward, apparently to benefit from the boom in popular enter- tainment that accompanies the Christmas season in North America: Originally, Chinese officials here were talking of dales sometime in the New Year, but preliminary discussions with or- in the three countries apparently persuaded Ilicm that the troupe would make a greater in the U.S.-at the height of the holiday season. It. Is understood thai tlw 71 performers in (he Iroupe will be paid arrordinj; to Ihe estab- lished schedule for entertainers in their field, nl least in Canada Biirl Hie U.S.. with Ihr thealrc owners taking (in agreed share of the proceeds. The troupe, Iho largest group tho Peoples Republic hns ever nent on tour In North America, for Iho lour from among of top-tn'nde pro- louional troupes lii China. day drove through a stop sign, hit another car and continued on. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Actor Tony Curtis won full custody of his two young daugh- ters from their mother, German actress Christine Kauffman, in a brief hearing in Santa Monica Superior Court. Lawyers for Curtis and his former wife told Commissioner Jacqueline Weiss they had reached an amicable apjreement giving sole custody of Alexan- dra, 8, and Allegra, 6, lo Curtis. Curtis, 40, and Miss Kauff- man were married In 1963 and divorced in 1906. He lives in Bel Air with his third wife, Leslie. Miss Kauffman was not in court because of a motion pic- ture commitment. Under the agreement, she may apply at any time in the future for custody. NEW YORK (Reuter) Con- (Victor-composer Dimitri Tiom- Hn, 73, wed his British secre- tary in London today, his rep- resentative here reported. The Russian-born musician, who composed the music (or more than 160 motion pictures including the theme of High Noon, for which he won an Academy Award, married Olivia Patch, his London secre- tary for the last two years. GASTONIA, N.C. (AP) Deputy Sheriff James Warren suffered two broken ribs Mon- day when he wrecked a sher- iff's cruiser while chasing a professional stunt driver in a movie scene. Warren was treated and re- leased from hospital, but the car was wrecked after the dep- uty lost control on a rural road. The scene being filmed for the movie The Last American Hero was to depict professional stock car driver Junior Johnson being chased by police as he hauled a load of moonshine in his early years. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite B-304 5lh St. S. Ph. college cinema (Tonight and Thurs. al and p.m. MaWur-ih ir, ADULT ENTERTAINMENT THE LEGEND 0 FmiCHIE KING an UKttlli paramount cinema NOW SHOWING I ft St. 4ih An. South, 3Z7-51M Brought Back by Popular Request FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT 3oo NOTE 2 SHOWS DAILY ol and p.m. paramount Ift SL ft Ave. South. 327-5100 NOW SHOWING Daily at t p.m. HURRY! ONLY 7 MORE DAYS! FAMILY MATINEE SAT. AT 2 P.M. Tiddl -w f LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "ZODIAC" FRIDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! ARMY, NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS LETHBRIDGE UNIT 3' SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING Wed., Nov. 15th at 8 p.m. In The Clubrooms All memben are urged to attend.