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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY ADVENTUHE MYSTERY: Mission: Impossible, 6 Ch. 7. The IMP is called upon to expose a nuclear arms treaty secretly signed by a previously friendly country and a hostile power. CRIME DRAMA: Hawaii Fivc-0, p.m., Cli. 13. Bombs and bullets await McGarrett as Die head of the Vaslion crime empire seeks revenge for his son's death. Second of three dramas. ADVENTURE: Search, 8 Cli. 13. Agent Lockwood (Hugh O'Brian) looks for a pilot friend who disappeared along with his cargo plane loaded with fertilizer. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Cli. 7. "The Godfather" Is satirized in a sketch featuring the impressions of Frank Gorshln. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Ottawa's decision to complete the northern highway is probed and the question is asked "will the Mackenzie River Arctic High- way be a boon or a tax MOVIE: "Prescription 1 a.m., Ch. 7. A sus- pense yarn that deals with the premeditated elimination of a doctor's wife by her husband. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Tile Last 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A science fiction chiller about the population control law and the threat to the life of a couple's unborn baby. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio arid television Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: Con- temporary sports; Leo Dow: Farm Newsi Music we Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Price! Burrl Clark f.i! Farm News Bob Heskeln Chec-lln. Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Catlle Prices call of the Land Jack .____ Paul Tessler tnd CJOC with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Malheson; Sport Brent Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Cerd TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 4iOO World al 5lx John Walker John Charles Barry Hegland WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim EIHol News, Weather and Sports Phone DIM Show Joan WalerField and Jim Elliot Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and SporlE News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Walker Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM Newa, Wlhr., Sporls Hourly concern (Bob TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens Tuesday Night News, Sports, Weolher 10HI Five Nlflhti A Week Orchestral Caicerts Ruperi'i Land Rock Don MacMesler CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Slide WEDNESDAY a.m. Sign-Off Eye Opener World ill B Eye Opener This Country Time Signal Nnlions Radio Noon StocK Markat Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Homt Run BBC News ind Commenlary News Provincial Affairs World at Six See it it's New at ANGLO CF 450 SONY 'DELUXE CASSETTE-CORDER With built in eleclret microphone; powerful 1.5 wait oulput; swing b a 1 a n re mechanism; automatic shut off sys- lem slops set and turns off power. Continuously adjustable monilor vol- ume; AFC swilch; aulo- malic recording level; 3 digit tape counter; tun- ing meter, AC cord, balteries, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stelco and OjMn Thuri. and Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. Until Christmas for your Convenience. 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY NIGHT 11 ;30 Crossfire (c) Miday Lels Make a Deal 1 CJOC News Mission Impossible Irish Rovers Hollywood Squares Mary Tyler Moore Flip Wilson Front Paga Challenge Tuesday Night News (cl CJOC News TUESDAY NIGHT Brady Bunch News (c) Hawaii Five-0 Headline Hui Search First and Ten Ian Tyson Marcus Welby News News Merv Griffin lers :00 Wrestling Joan Water-field :00 Movie: Prescription Marine Boy Murder Pink Panther (c) WEDNESDAY Trulh or :M Marvel Heroes 30 Wizard of Oz 00 News, Farm and Cily :3D Mr. Dressup :00 Western Schools Cnnsequences Klara's Kornpr Hollywood Squares Ed Alien Take 30 EdR.e ol Night Family Cowl Drop In Lels Make a Deal CFCN-TV Lethbrid e Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY 55 Thought for Day CO University ol Air :30 Romper Room :00 Canada A.M. 30 Yoria 00 Communllv Calendar :05 Fashions in Sowing :15 Parlons Francais 30 Trouble wilh Tracy Beat the Clock 12.00 Buckshol Flintslones (c) Movie: Tho Last Child Somerscl [c) Another World What's The Good Word Anylhing You Can Do Slar Trek News Pierre Borton KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Cousin Maude Hawaii FTve-0 Move: TBA News ight Show DNESDAY :oo Today in Montana News (c) Price Is Right (c) The Doctors (el Sale of tfia Century Another World Hollywood Squares Secret Storm Jeopardy (c) Mike Douglas Who, What, Where Family Affair Gnmo Jokers Wild News News Conconlrnlicn N DC Nighlly Nowi World News we Our World saluto Arjrlcullura Today Show (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Tempcrature'i Rising Movie: Bryan's Song Marcus Wcluy News (c) Movlfii Torch Song WEDNESDAY Farm Nawi News Cipl. Kangaroo News (c) Nc Jack LaLanne General Hospital Audrey (c) One Life In Llvi Galloping Gourmet Days of our Where tho Heart Is Lives (c) News (c) Dinah's Place Search for Three on a Match (c) Dating Game (c) Split 'Second (c) Bewitched Password Tomorrow All My Children Lcl'r. Mnko A Deal (c) Newlywrd Gflinc (c) News NOW HOLD THAT POSE r Famed danced Fred Astaire motions to his sister, Adele, as she prepares to take his picture af the opening of the 1900-seat Uris Theatre in New York Astaires, and many other entertainment personalities were on hand at the opening of the first" new legitimate theatre to be builr in New York in many years. No commercials well, some day TORONTO (CP) Pierre Juneau, chairman of the Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion, says he can foresee the day when the CBC no longer will carry commercials. Mr. Juneau made the com- ment on the nationally-syndi- cated Pierre Berton television jrogram broadcast Monday on 17 Canadian stations. Mr. Juneau also indicated that eventually the CBC's total content may be Canadian. "However, an important in stitution like the CBC.should al ways have the opportunity- should always have a flexible enough import mate- rial of great quality wherever it comes he added. Mr. Juneau said the commis- sion already has recommended that the CBC get oul of com- mercials on its radio networks "as soon as possible.1' Violin virtuoso tired of begging LOS ANGELES (AP) Why did Jascha Heifetz emerge [rom emi-retirement to give a con- crt at the Los Angeles Music Centre? "Because I was tired of pass- ing the hat, Bred of begging for money for says he 71-year-old violin virtuoso. I also wanted to call atlen- ion to the fact that something important has been going on, something that has been kept a secret for a long time." The "something important" arc the master classes thai Hei- fetz and cellist Gregor Piatigorsky have been conduct- ing at the University of South- ciTi California since 1962. Hei- fetz has almost ended his per- forming career to devote his time to teaching. His Oct. 23 concert was a sellout that raised more than at the bojt office and in matching gifts. The money will be used for continuing scholar- ship funds at OK USC School of Music. A Heifetz interview is as rare as a Heifetz concert. Heifetz does nothing to coddle his audience. Despite heavy traffic outside the Music Cen- tre, he starts the recital on schedule "well, 15 seconds he notes. Although he found lu's listen- ers boisterous, he told them: "You make me work hard. It's good for me. I thank He shrugged off a suggestion that he might do more concerts. "Every first one is he said. "It's not like a broadway show that can open in smaller cities and then go into New York. "There's no opening 'out of town1 for conceits. So it's hard work each time." YUtETIDE YUMMIES Won! :orrm great recipes for home- made Christmas candy? You'll find them this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Don't miss Ma'rgo Oliver's suggestions for brittle and other confections the children will love. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "THE CAREY TREATMENT" In color. Starring James Coburn. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21 and 22. Tuesday show p.m. ADULT Nol suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theotre Double Fcalure Horror Show "THE WHIP AND THE FLESH'' in color, Christopher Lee. Plus "BLOOD OF THE VIRGINS" in color. Starring Lex Barker. Tuesday and Wednesday. November 21 and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE REVENGERS" In color. Starring William Holdcn, Ernest Borgnine, Woody Strode and Susan Hayward. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21 and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT Not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE TOUCH" In color. Starring Elliott Gould and Bibi Anderson. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21 and 22. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Trudeau sends congratulatory note to Queen OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau Monday sent Uie following congratulatory mes- sage to the Queen and Prince Philip on their 25th welding an- niversary. "On behalf of the government and the people of Canada is is with great honor and respect that I offer to Your Majesty and His Royal Highness Prince Philip warm greetings, on the occasion of your 25th wedding anniversary. "On this November 20th, Ca- nadians share with peoples throughout the Commonwealth a spirit of celebration. Your Majesty's visits to this country have, each time, added to the depth of our enduring affections towards members of your fam- ily. All of us, and in particular the citizens of Prince Edward Island and Ontario, look for- ward with great anticipation to your return to Canada in 1973." The Queen and Prince Philip will attend celebrations mark- ing Prince Edward Island's cen- tennial during a 10-lay visit next June. They also will tour parts of Eastern Ontario. COYOTE WEIGHT The average adult male coy- ote weighs about 40 pounds and females about 30 pounds. Tbday's Show'times PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Roof One Complete Show Family Wednesday, Nov. 22 "Fiddler on the Roof' PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Without Apparent Motive" "MASH" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Lady Liberty" "Money Talks" Last Complete Show Adult. Not Suitable for Children Demand full salary HOLLYWOOD (AP) The Screen Actors Guild will de- mand that actors be paid their full salary each time a tele- vision show is rerun, unless net- works drastically cut the num- ber of reruns in prune time, the guild's president lays. "The guild served notice to the networks that, unless their rerun policy was modified, pri- mary goals for the next negotia- tions will be a strict and effec- tive limitation on the number of reruns permitted 100 per cent of original salary ev- ery time a nactor's perform- ance is John Gavin said.' Contact talks are scheduled for 1974. Gavin spoke today at the annual meeting of the guild at the Hollywood Palladium. The guild want reruns limited to no more than 25 per cent of prime television tune. Reruns now take up as much as 60 per cent of prime time, the guild says. SOLD IN CANADA About 90 per cent of the entire output of Canada textile mills is sold in Canada. We are your Priming HEADQUARTERS for all your WEDDING REQUIREMENTS INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES FtACE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS COASTERS Ele. FREE WEDDING GIFT Included with your wedding invitation orderl Puzzled with your Wedding Plans? FREE QUESTION and ANSWER CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her wedding ID be just per- fect. To help you pre- pare for tho I wonder- day, we have com' piled a lisl of questions most commonly asked by ihe bride-to-be. The answers are token from authoritatjvt iour- ces on etiquette. Tltc Lcthkidgc Herald 1 PRINTING DIVISION Cor. 7th St. and Jin S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3203 In Crowinait Pan Vern Deceux In Blalrmort Coll 562-2149 YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVIC1 SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S P P .TONIGHT RON and THE OUTLAWS AT THE MINERS' 733 13lh ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONtYl 4 4 4 4 Tueiday, November 21, 1972 THE LETHHIDGE HIRALD f Modt vehicles are insured EDMONTON The provin- cial government Is looking into possible ways to reduce the number of drivers without in- surance on Alberta highways. Attorney General Merv Leitch said Thursday in the legisla- ture. In reply to a question from Gordon Taylor (SC-Drumheller) Mr. Leitch said recent was done in the Lethbridge area which showed there were less than one per cent of vehicles without insurance. paramount BL 4th Ave. Souih, 327-51CO TONIGHT AT P.M. POSITIVELY ONLY 2 DAYS MORE TiddlerontheRoof FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT United LAST MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT P.M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT FIRST SHOW P.M. paramount cinema ft SL S, tin AVI. South. 327-bltlO RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT "A GOOD, TOUGH f DETECTIVE "JUDITH CKIST, NBC-TV Hit No. 2 "MASH" In Color STARTS WEDNESDAY OK nPPOfflpeilSons college cinema STARTS TOMORROW BURTOn I RAQUEL WELCH beautiful body ...suffocated VIRNAUSI beautiful body ...guillotined SYBIL DAMNING NATHALIE DELON beautiful bodies ...chandeliered KARIN SCHUBERr beautiful body ..shot MARtlU'TOlO beautiful body ...drowned AGOSTINA BELLI beautiful body ...fataalerl ENDS Allen Funt's TONIGHT and MONEY TALKS" LIBERTY" THE LETHBRIDGE Y'S MEN'S CLUB ANNUAL NUT CAMPAIGN Tonight p.m. All proceeds to Y's Men's Community Projects, Leth- bridge Family Y, and Y's Men's Native Sons Hockey Team. ;