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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednelrfoy, Navtmber 23, 1972 THE lETHHIOGt HEDAID 5 TV HIGHLIGHTS I WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk Show, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Musical nostalgia for those to whom the Forties seem like yesterday, and exciting "new1' melodic thrills for the "now" generation. SPECIAL: CFCN News, C p.m., Cli. 13. Medicine Hat mayor Harry Veiner looks back over his 68 years in the Canadian West. SPECIAL: Drumhcllcr, p.m., Cli. 13. An inside look at the Drumheller penitentiary and an interview with the inmates. DOCUMENTAIIY: TMs Land, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. A visit to a modern Quebec boom town and the ecological prob- lems of the timer business. MOVIE WESTERN: "100 Rifles." 8 p.m.. Cli. 13. The Mexican government tries to annihilate the Yaqul Indians during the tum-oMhe-cenlury struggle. HISTORICAL: Tenth Decade, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. The tri- umph of Expo '67 and Diefenbaker's fall from Conserva- tive Party leadership are covered in this episode. MOVIE DRAMA: "Captain Newman, MD." 1Z midnight, Ch. 7. The story of a mind healer at work in an army psy- chiatric ward during World War If. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. William P. Buckley, Jr., impressionist David Frye and Pamela Mas- on are among the guests. THURSDAY SPECIAL: U.S. Thanksgiving Day Parades, 7 a.m., Ch. 9 and 11. A quartet of parades are covered by NEC and CBS with Mscy's 46th annual parade in New York City the big one. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A whimsical tale about a mail- order bride who doesn't show up and her impersonator who does. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio and television ilatio Any variation In program ichedule iv due to la minute changes by the stations and li not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC -iV Morley McGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary Newsj Doug Marvin ConlBfnporiiry Sporls; Leo Dow Farm MuMc Wt Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Leo Dow Grain Prices Farm News vi-nn Jnhn Oliver Ca" of 'nB Land Bob Heskelh "'JJ Dave King 8-35 Chcc-llne Fflrrn News 7-00 Jack Neufeld Chec Trading Post Catllfl Prices Paul Tessler News wllh Bill Skellon, Rsd Whitt, Bill AAnthescn; Sport Brcnl Seely And Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Newt, Wlnr, Sport Probe 1230 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Barry Heglond CBC News Phone Bill 'show Joan Walerfleld Jim Elliot ProbB 1220 CHEC FM Hews and Groin Prices Jack Thys 4.QS John Walker Probe 1220 World flf News, Weather, Sporls Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Bob Concla Don MacMaster Don MacMasler Concerls Don Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SIctK-nsrket Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr :03 Home Run WEDNESDAY NIGHT Wrlllen In ROCK World BT Six As II Happenl THURSDAY Concern Eye Opener News, Sports, Wlhr B 00 Woria al 8 From Ihe Capitals Five Nlghli a week Opener Vancouver Cham- This Country ber Orchestra Radio Noon News World flt As II Happen) See it it's New at ANGLO CF 450 SONY 'DELUXE CASSETTE-CORDER Wilh built in electrer microphone; powerful 1.5 wolf output; twlng b a I a n ce mechanism; automatic shut off sys- tem itopi set and turns off power. Continuously adjustable monitor vol- ume; AFC swikh; auto- matic recording level; 3 digit tape counter; tun- ing meter, AC cOrd, balleries, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Pkolog.taplnc Open Thuri. and Fri. Til 9 p.m. Until Christmai for your Convenience. 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch, 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT M: Lels Make a Deal CJOC News Lawronco Welk Laugh-In This" Lnnd Benny Hill T.30 Mr. Drcssup Selling Out Canadian Schooli FrlcnJIv Glftnl 10-.-5 Chfi Hrlens MirJay Joan Walcrlleld Caplaln Newman M D. THURSDAY Super Heroes Wizard cf Or News and Farm Tenlh Decade New; CJOC Crossfire Marine Boy Pink Panlher Truth or Consequence! Nnncy Miller (c) Hollywood Squares Ed Allnn Ic) Take 30 Sllents Plo.isn Family Court Drop In Lets Mflkfl a Drjfll CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News Special Gunsmoke Drumheller Movie; 100 Rifles Sporisbral '72 News NO Me THURSDAY Thought lor Dny University oT Air Romper Room 7 00 Canada A.M. Yoga (c) Community Calpndar (c) Flinlsloncs (c) Movie: Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico Counly Somerset (cl Fashions In Sewing Another World (c) Pnrlons Francois Whnls Iho Good Trouble wilh Tracy Word Lllo Style Anylhlnq YOU Can Pierre Berlon (c) Do (c) Deal Ihe Clock Star Trek (c) Buckshot (c) Paul Lynde KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablovislon Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Carol Mcdlcfll Cnnnnn Mannlx (c) News Tonight Show THURSDAY IS Agriculture Prc-Parfld6 Program fl'OO ThsnkwiMnq Day Pn ratio Robinson Mormon Tabor- naclo Choir M.H.S.A. Annlyill NFL Family Allnlr Wild 4.30 Nftwi ,VM New! KFBB-TV Great Fa Hi Channel 5 (CibUvmon Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT NBWI Newt Truth or Consequences (c) Paul I 7iM Jullp Andrews Movie; All My Darling Foot Lin 11 Nawi Movie: Tht LflM Challrnfjt THURSDAY Farm News (c) T 0 Nr NCAA Galloping Gourmet Spill Second nrwllchrrl Love Story wedding hit WARSAW (AP) Poles are getting married to the strains of Ihe western hit Love Story. It's the latest fashion at War- saw's official Palace of Wed- dings located in Castle Square, where a roadsign forbids park- ing, but a small notice beneath says: "Except for ncwlyweds." Normally couples would walk off to the strains of Men- delssohn's March. But lately young Poles have been bringing in their own cassettes and Love Story appears to be the most Up to 70 marriages a day are performed in the building's two halls, entered from a marble- floor staircase and antecham- bers. The 15-minute ceremony costs the equivalent of 55.50 with champagne at an extra charge. NEW YORK (AP) True Grit, the John Wayne western that was a hit at the box office, also proved a winnd" on United Today's Showtimer PARAMOUNT "Fiddler on the Roof" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Up the Chastity Belt" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Bluebeard" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Slates television, Nielsen rat- ings made public show. The 1969 film, broadcast by ..IP ABC Television network eight days ago, topoed the list of the 20 highest-rated shows on television for the week ending Nov. 12. CBS's All in the Family and Cunsmoke came in second and third, respectively, followed by two NBC specials, Snoopy at the Ice Follies and a half-hour cartoon about comedian Flip Wilson's days in public school. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Donald Clayton Driggers, a character actor who played in more than 400 movies in a Hol- lywood carea- that spanned 32 years, died in a hospital here at the age of 79. 8 Signed for his first movie role as an extra in 1927, Driggers subsequently worked in Reap the Wild Wind, with Paulette Goddard; Love Crazy, with Wil- liam Powell and Myrna lay; The Badlands of Dakota with Robert Stack; Woman of the year with Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn; Her Honor with Rosalind Russell and Ed- ward Arnold; and Sergeant York with Gary Cooper. ROME (Reuter) Ennio Flaiano, G2, novelist, critic and satirist and behind-the-scenes influence on the Italian cinema boom of the 1950s and 1960s, died of a heart attack. Flaiano helped write the film scripts for Federico Fell'mi's La Dolce Vita, Eight and-a-Half and Roma. However, despite his own suc- cess as a novelist and play- wright, he was little known to the general public. He helped another famous Italian film director, Michela- ngelo Anlonioni, with the SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CAREY TREATMENT" In color. Slarring James Cobum. Wednesday, November 22. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Double Feature horror show. "THE WHIP AND THE FLESH" In color. Starring Christopher Lee. Plus "BLOOD OF THE VIRGINS" In color. Starring Lex Barker. Wednesday, November 22. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE REVENGERS" In color. Starring William Holdcn, Ernesl Borgnine, Woody Strode and Susan Hayward. Wednesday, November 22. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE TOUCH" In color. Stan-ing Elliott Gould and Bibi Anderson. Wednesday, November 22. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. are you mfm screenplay for his film La Nolle. Primarily a newspaper film and theatre critic, he kept out of Ihe limelight, but wen the Premio Strega literary award in 19-17 fcr his novel Tempo da Uccidere (Time to Award for Suslov MOSCOW (AP) Mikhail Suslov, politburo member and Ihe Kroml'n's chief ideologist, ivas awarded Order of Le- nin Tuesday on his 70th birth- day. Tlie order of Lenin is the Soviet Union's top civilian award, ft is customarily given to leading officials on their 00th and 70th birthdays. PERFORMING PALS Famous Russian clown Oleg Popov and his dog are pictured in pre-show pose a! a press preview of famous Moscow Circus in New York. Popov and his pooch are among performers in the show, which opened a near six-week engagement at Madison Square Garden. I I You've always want- ed to get out more, to be an outgoing fun-typo person, wilh lots of new friends. You've longed to be able to mix easily, and be more popular, more confident socially. YOU'VQ waited end wailed, bul wailing didn't help bul now the wailing can bo over, now you can gol out more, enjoying Ihe company of hundreds of people at parties, dances, outings and dinner balls But you must act nciwll If you are single or unallached, you'll wanl to belong to our club But you must act now don't wail I FUN, FRIENDS AND POPULARITY CAN BE YOURS ACT NOW 327-7935 ACT NOW YOU'VE WAITED LONG ENOUGH! FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL NOW TOP HAT DANCE CLUB INC. 535 13th St. N., Lethbridge Pay television system ready LONG SMOKK5 GRAHAMSTOWN, Soulh Af- rica (AP) Police reported drug pushers were peddling marijuana cigarettes inches long. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic fuili 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 3J7-7244 lelhbridai ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenua Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no Bingo colled 55 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 TEARS AtLOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EtKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 23-METROS FRIDAY, NOV. 24-METROS SATURDAY, NOV. 2S-RAYMOND CANADIANS Eaton's Main Office 2nd Floor Theatre Next to Leister's and at all Theatres to p.m. OTTAWA (CP) Pay tele- vision, via existing cablevision systems, soon will bring sub- scribers concerts while monitor- ing their homes for fire ahd theft, the president of the Cana- dian Cable Television Associ- ation said here today. Robert C. Short told man- agers of the American Market- ing Association that the equip- ment for such services exists and several Canadian cablevi- sion companies already have submitted pay TV proposals to the CRTC. Subscribers would pay spe- cial pvice for exclusive pro- grams, such as concerts, first- run movies of sports events and the usual monthly rate for nor- mal broadcasting. The system's two-way nature means that by the installation of various monitoring devices some of the 36 or 60 channels available on the cable could be used to link home service me- ters for oil, electricity gas to central monitoring computers. Similarly, closed circuit tele- vision cameras monitored at a central surveillance centre could be used to thwart house- breakers. Fire detection could be simplified by attaching heat sensing equipment to yet an- other channel. Such a system becomes "eco- nomically feasible for systems as small as Mr. Short said. How quickly pay television is inaugurated depends on public demand, he added. college cinema NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. 20lh An. b MafpiUi Dr, 32B-6300- RESTRICTED ADULT 'BLUEBEARD' He did away with beautiful women. WtflriU 1CH.O KAR'H SCHL'StRT AGOSHNA BELLI SVBI DA JOCY HCATHLRTO'J ai'Ann'-MM IDUARD f-'EEKS (s Je- "CHUCKLES AT THE A ROBUST AND GOOD- HUMOURED BRITISH TAKE-OFF OF THE DAYS WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN Clyde Gilmour, TORONTO STAR Che UPPOmPEII gang Is cauortlng again In FRANKIE HOWERO UP THE CHASTITY BELT ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING paramount Ch Si Are. Soulh, 327 5100 DELUXE SHOWS P.M. 2 parajnount Btti St. 4th Aye. South. 327-5100 STARTS TOMORROW 2 Shows and p.m. Sellers as Albert T.HopIn Hospital Adminislr Where Does It Hurt? ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A JOSEF SHAFfiL PRODUCTION, "WIILRE DDLS IT PETER SELLERS- jdAvuia's KWIFNZ by KEITH ALLISON. i.cuiht JOSEF by BILL SCHWARTZ I ROD KOD AMATEAU IN (ASU'ANCOIOR REIEASIN5 LAST TIME TONIGHT AT P.M. 'FIDDIER ON THE ROOF" IN COLOR WITH (Family) ;