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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV highlights WEDNESDAY MUSICAL 7 Cl. II. A award-winnipg fantasy based on stories for children with Rex Harrison as the star. I Ck. 7. A powerful irama of a family crisis set in Toronto in the mid-'SOs. A MM CtUed II Ck. 13. An inter- view with Msgr. Athol Murray who built a college from poverty it Sask Normie Ck. 13. One of the s great players recalls the humorous moments in his il- ustrious career. MOVIE 12 Ck. 7. Blind and faith in their father keeps a family together until i young rebel daughter comes of age and wishes to leave home. Merv 12 Ck. 13. Peter host of Hollywood and authors Dan Jenkins ind Sylvan Scholnick are among the guests. THURSbAY Thanksgiving Day 7 Cluuuieli t 11. Parades from New Detroit and Poronto are telecast live and on tape. MOVIE 1 Cb. 13. A former living with his family off the Carolina enlists the lid of a pirate to fight two brothers who consider the island to telong to them ELKS PUBLIC B 1251 3rd AVENUL SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NBW BLACKOUT Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Nov. MARKET Fri.. Nov. AND Nov. RANCH SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES John Wayne and wife during 1970 Oscar night separation' for Duke and spouse CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre in color. Starring Burt Alain Delon and Paul Scofield. November 21 show at p.m RESTRICTED ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre AND THE in color starring Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte. Thursday and November 22 and 23. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT 4 PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre in color. Starring Elizabeth Hartman and Rosemary Murphy. Wednesday and November 21 and 22. Wednesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre AND LET in color. Starring Roger Moore as Agent 007 James Bond. Friday and November 23 and 24. Thursday shows at p.m. AQULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. NEWPORT Calif. Actor John and his have agreed to a separa- tion The Waynes were living in the same house Monday and it was unclear what the future arrangements would a spokesman said. The couple were married in Nov 1954 They have three John and PARK PLAZA CABARET Sat. Featuring s. LETHBMDGE FOLK ARTS COUNCIL THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBHDGE THE ECONOMICS CLUB cordially invite you to their JAPANESE CANADIAN MUSIC AND DANCE FESTIVAL Traditional Japanese Dances Traditional Japanese SoncfS and Music Chinese Dances Philippmian Dances NOV. 22nd 12 NOON Main 6th Floor Academic Building Unlvtrslty of Everyone SPECIAL OR DIET PEPSI 6. Wayne has been married twice previously. His first wife was Josephine Seanz They had four children He had no children by his second Esperanza Baur. DEL Calif. Elizabeth whose love oi dogs is well has been reunited with' her lit- tle lost Daisy Mae. Daisy Mae disappeared while running on the beach and Miss Taylor offered a reward The fire department said a couple returned the but did not know whether the money was paid. Miss Taylor made headlines a few years ago when she chartered a yacht at a day and anchored it in the Tames to serve as a home for her pets who were barred from Britain by quarantine laws. Conn. The city's traditional Christ- mas Festival of Lights is be- ing replaced by a of The huge light display was cancelled because of the energy shortage. Mayor Gorge Athanson urg- ed families to bring their children and flashlights and join in singing carols Friday evening. THE DALLAS HOTEL Proudly Presents the ALL GIRL TRIO Entertaining Nightly All Week ros BEACON HILL TAVERN Tfem.-Fi1.-tM. Dine and Dance Lounge HOTEL Red Coach Lounge RON ROWE HOIK CORNER 4lli AVE. Mid 7th ST. S. PHONE Show Times November 21 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE 7.25 9-40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 10 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects. 715 920 BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY. 740 9.45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9.00 BROTHER OF WIND 7 35 9.40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT 6 86 SUGGESTED RETAH PRICE Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMYLOUNQE MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS ONLY London is glittering with outstanding stars Chrtellu Scleace MMitor LONDON Long- established as the world's greatest theatre London is glittering with 'new plays and outstanding stars this year. There are several fine festivals in other parts of the but of course none can offer the wealth and variety of entertainment provided in more than 40 live theatres in the capital. Among the big names who can be seen in the coming months are Alec Maggie Angela Lan- Lauren Glenda Keith Michell and Albert Finney. The National Theatre still at the famous Old Vic while building proceeds on the com- pany new headquarters with its twin auditona start the summer with an interesting starring Denis Quilley and Diana Tom Stoppard's with Miss Rigg and Michael Hordern in fine the highly successful revival of The Front by Ben Hecht and Charles Moliere's The and Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. At the Adlwych for most of the year the London home of the Royal Shakespeare Peter Daubeny's tenth World Theatre Season continues un- til late with outstanding companies from many countries. The death in March of Sir Noel Coward was a great loss British 'but two of his shows can be seen in London at the moment. At Sir Bernard Miles' delightful Mermaid Theatre there is Cowardy an enter- tainment featuring his words and music of the 1920s and 1930s which has played to packed audiences all winter. It is now being given on alternate nights with Shaw's Misalliance. At the Queen's Maggie Smith and John Standing star in John Gielgud's much-praised production of Coward's Private Lives. Sir Alec Guinness has returned to the London stage in Alan Bennett's unusual and funny Habeas Corpus at the and Glenda Jackson is starring with John Wood and Joss Ackland in a new comedy by John Mor- timer. Keith Michell and Geraldme McEwan play the Victorian Robert Browning and Elizabeth in Dear Love by Jerome which has just opened at the Comedy. Mr. who achieved world fame with his interpretation of Henry takes over next year as direc- Love best at cool TORONTO PeopU can live and love better with the thermostats in their houses turned Univer- sity of Toronto scientists say. The who have been studying the reaction of the body to temperature said in inter- views that people feel more sleep better and love better at lower tempera- tures Dr. Roy profes- sor of applied physiology at the university's school of hy- recommended that the house be kept at 68 or 69 de- grees in the day and 60 at riight. He said such temperatures make people feel more active. Dr. Shephard how- that the temperature should be kept higher in houses with old people and those with respiratory problems. Dr. Robert a respi- ratory said that male reproductive organs seem to operate at a slightly cooler temperature than the rest of the body He added that Arctic survival studies show people can survive in the nude in a temperature of 32 degrees freezing they don't move and use up body heat. Ombudsman TORONTO The CBC has announced Montreal lawyer Robert Coopjer will act as Ombudsman for the network's new TV series of the same name Mr. a ne'wcomer to is a McGill University law school lec- a former special ad- viser to the Quebec justice minister and now acts as counsel for the Quebec Police tpr of the Chiechester Festival Theatre from Sir John Clements. Two big-scale musicals opened in a new produc- tion of the 1925 No. starring the remarkable Anna Neagle at Drury and at the which gives Angela Lansbury her first starring part in the city of her birth. Well-established produc- tions continuing into the sum- probably much Show Boat at the Applause with Lauren Bacall Ma- the Sudden- ly at Home and Sleuth Crown which stars Wendy Hitler and Peter and deals with the British Royal Family at the time of Edward VIII's ab- and the Musicals Hair Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell A quick look at the major theatre festivals outside London shows that Stratford- upon-Avon the season runs until is per- forming Romeo and Juliet and Richard II only until June when As You Like It is added to the repertory. Love's Labour's Lost comes in mid- and The Taming of the Shrew in early with Alan Bates as Petruchio I.VI J Hearing date postponed by CRTC OTTAWA -TheCana- dian Radio-Television Com- mission has postponed a proposed public hearing corporate changes in Q Broad- casting owner of various British Columbia television and radio stations The commission said Broadcasting was origins scheduled to appear at a public hearing in Toronto Nov 26 to discuss corporate changes which the CRTC was concerned might affect ownership and control of the company. No new date was scheduled for the college cinema TONITE thru SAT. B _ FAMILY Brother flfatt DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSS HOSACK 5th SL S. Ph. 327-7244 TECHNICOLOR WEEKDAYS 2 SHOWS 7 and 9 P.M. SATURDAY SHOWS AT 1 P.M. 3 P.M. 5 P.M. 7 P.M. and 9 P.M. ADULTS S2.0O AND UNDER NO PASSES NO GOLDEN AGE paramount cinema TONITE AND THURS. AT P.M. Nothing is more important than friendship. Not not not death. Paramount Pictures Presents Bang the drum slowly irfl Color A Paramount Release Robert De Nto fvtchaelMoriarty paramount TONITE and THURS. AT PJ. It's a grubby dMtrrottsworid. But it's the wrid they know And they're the only friends Eddie has memitfsn ;