Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
November 76. 1971 THE inHBSIDGE HERALD 7 HIGHLIGHTS; HIVSTEHV MOVIK: McMillan and Wife, p.m.. Cli. 7. Rook Hudson and Susan Saint James star in "Husbands, Wives and Killers." Panic hits a masquerade ball when a close friend of McMillan's is murdered. CAKTOON The Selfish Giant, 7 p.m.. Cli. 13. An animaied version of Oscar Wilde's enchanting laic about a giant who forbids children to play in his garden. COMKDV: Hmvan and Martin's Lougli-In. 8 p.m.. Cli. 7. Veteran movie Moorchcacl, Vincent Price, Sheldon U-cnard, Jack Soo and Mike cameo appearances. MOVIK CIIIMK DliAMA: "lic'l'lill Affair." H p.m., Cli. 13. Darren Mcdavin stars as an investigator who is drug- ged, slugged and drawn into a romance during his search for a former co-worker in espionage. COMEDY: AH In The Family, 111 p.m., Cli. 7. Archie's clay turns frtm bad to worse when ha lays off one of his men then also learns his insurance is cancelled. Cltl.MIC DHA.MA: Fill, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. Assault on an Indian agent draws flic FBI into a case involving a scries of mining accidents and superstitions atioui an Indian burial ground. MOVi'F. DKAMA: "The p.m., Cli. 7. A cardinal in an Iron Curtain country is arrested on a charge of treason and is subjected to mental torture. .MOVIK HKKHt.U'JIV: "Song Without End." 12 mid- night, Cli. 13. Young Kranz Liszt is loin between his desire to compose and the financial rewards of concert life. SATURDAY SPORT: Grey Cap Festival, 12 noun, Cli. 7. Highlights of this week's celebrations in Vancouver. SPORT: Grey Cup Parade, 1 p.m., Cli. 13. Live cover- age of the annual Grey Cup Parade from Vancouver. SPORT: Championship Tennis, p.m., Cli. 13. The richest purse ever awarded in tennis goes to the winner of tire world championships which will feature the stars of the tennis world. CHEC News on the Hour on the Half Hour SATURDAY Jim Shearer News Nev.s, Sports FRIDAY NIGHT Bcryi Hf-glnr-l JrK1 NE.'.fcid CHEC-FM Jchn Charles Jchn Oliver Beryl Clark FRIDAY NIGHT V.'cricl 2! MV Rer.uEST Action Jchn Walter News MON. THRU SAT. it CJOC 11 :M Dcua Anderson Shc.v SATURDAY Ne'.vs CHEC FM Hourly Wihr. Half Concerts (Bob Wthr, Sports :05 Wayne Barry News Wayne Barry Scccer Results 1: Hour Don Hedm :OD Sign Off TV CBR adio 1010 Calgary Varieties 9. Ni-vvs 9 ACsr.lic Symphony 9 Orchestra 10: Sclo 12: K Nsv.s, Wthr, Gpcrls 1 Big Bands 1: SATURDAY 2 6.03 Eye Opener A: Morning Concert 5 Invites You To Try The Astro WH1SPERGRIP 83 RANGE S 2 5 1 314 llth Street South One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- merits. e 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabievision Ch, 6} FRIDAY humorist radio show TORONTO ICT) Humor- ist Henry Morgan resigned from Peter Gzuwski's radio show Wednesday on th-j air after criticizing its producer, Bill Cassclman, for 10 min- utes. The CDC cut his attack from the Toronto and West- ern Canada relays of the show but it went live to the Mari- Mr. Morgan said he was Dance troupe to perform for troops MONTREAL ICPI Lcs Feux Follets. Canada's national j dance ensemble leave Tuesday lo perform for weeks at United Nations troop bases in Cyprus and Canadian bases in Lahr and Baden-Baden, West Germany. Follets manager Ernest Abu- who announced the tour Thursday, said some pounds of costumes and equip- afrvimnnnv thf! dan- ment accoinpajiy uiu uuu- cers on their transport depart- ment Boeing 707 jet. Performing in Europe with the troupe will he the Sound In- vention, a Toronto-based rock group, 'and singer Diane Lan- dry, a former Miss Canada. The eight overseas perform- ances of Los Feux Follets will be recorded by CBC and broad- east on network radio before Christmas. angry because Mr. Casselman had asked him to do some preparation on his Kl-minutr stints, giving them a begin- ning, a middle and an cr.u. Mr. Morgan, a well-known American radio and television personality, recently moved to Toronto from New York. Mr. Morgan said Mr. Cas- selrnan had accused him of "a rip-off" in doing the show ex temporaneously. "That word is street chil- dren's language for stealing I've been talking on the air since I was be 40 years in this 11 the first time in 40 years that I've been told I was .stealing. "Nobody can talk to rni that fc'j gorxlbye Peter, I'm sorry, cause I lite you." Mr. Casselman's boss Frame said it is a producer function to give directions to on-air talent and that Mr. Morgan will not lie back on the show "because of that dii play of unprofession i conduct." ment v. MINUS ONE CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Nov. 27th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m POLISH HALL 13th St. N. Muiic by 'BRIDGETOWN TRIO' MEMBERS AND GUESTS MAKE UP A PARTY EL RANCHO CABARET NICHOL" IN THE LOUNGE Friday and Saturday-'BERTI AND HIGA" IN THE TAVERN Friday and KV The Rancho Motor Hotel U now licensed lo serve Mquor and winn in its Outrider Tavern Admission (Sido Entrance 9 p.m. io 1 a.m, FOOD Find rare violin SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) A stolen Guamerius violin made in 1703 and worth war, sold to Travis Brigham. who runs a flea market, by two young men for Brigham took it to a violin shop where he learned its true value. Authori- ties returned the Guarnerius to John C. Loutensock, second vio- linist for the Utah Symphony Orchestra, police said Wedncs- dnv. LUTEFISK AND TURKEY BANQUET SCANDINAVIAN VASA LODGE NO. 579 SCANDINAVIAN HALL SATURDAY, DEC 4, 1971 Supper From lo p.m. DANCING TO FOLLOW Tickets May Be Obtained From Any Member LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 60th ANNIVERSARY BANQUET FOR MEMBERS AND WIVES Moose Hall SATURDAY, NOV. p.m. FOLLOWED BY A SOCIAL AT 9 P.M. FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS Music by LONGACRES ORCHESTRA GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, NOV. 27th p.m. Music by the "MOONGLOWS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS NEW YEAR'S PARTY TICKETS NOW ON SAIEI JtN ALBERTA HEATRES ,c) Vaily ri lo'i'j'o'i Pitstcp Buris Runny CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabievision Ch. 4} fJc'.vi Gr.-y tup KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cabievision Ch. 9} FRIDAY 7 ?4 In tl.n News (r) llil'i) itm !-rM (c) 7 Br.ir Buncli I'r. 7 In ihf UPW. VJ'ril PrM-i's (i.) VW rink Ponlhcr In II r rjrv.s 1.3.1 Arcl-.it- and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "WUTHFRIXC HEIGHTS" In color. Starring Anna ('aider Marshall and Timothy Dalton. Friday, Novem- ber 2G Shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at l.MO p.m. "TAIWAN'S LAST SA- FARI" In color. OFF TO ENTERTAIN TROOPS Actress Jane Fonda and actor Donald Sutherland talk to reporters al Lo5 Angeles airport before departing on lour to entertain koops in Hawaii, Japan, Guam and the Philippines, Fonda, who wanted to take her ami-war variety show to Vietnam, says she was refused visas. Blind girl regains sight IIOLYROOD, Ont. (CP) A 10-year-old girl who sud- denly lost her eyesight 10 ironths ago, regained it just s: suddenly this week. Ann Ackerl. daughter of Mr. .Mrs. Lloyd Ackert of this community 80 miles northwest of Tcron'.o. was walking along a corridor at her high school .I'n ft whrn she suddenly be- blind. On Monday she was walking a corridor at her new when her sight re- turned. Ann said todav she had b i to11 b h11 drtctoib thnt 1 c vci'ld ictun but they didn't know when or ho.v." They "really didn't kr.ow what caused ray blind- ness." I Ann said the return of her sight was a gradual sensa- tion that was hard to de- scribe. The irst thing she re- members is seeing the corri- dor and the first thing she did was ask to see her par- ents. Friday and Saturday Nights From 8 p.m. to 12 midnight FEATURING "THE LINEMEN" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED HONOR jnnii McLnroii, artist and pio- UOIT in thp development of film will receive flu1 outstanding achievement award of the public service, prime minister's office announced in Ottawa. The juvard is the highest honor the public service can bestow. Tax rebate TORONTO (CP) City coun- cil IMS upiirovcd a fax rebate oE up lo for homeowners 70 yt-a'-s r.nd older for their 1fr72 properiy tuxes, applied against tr.o odiicntion part of their tax Great film director saluted HOLLYWOOD (API "John Ford can bring .nt in actors as many curves and beHs as we luue' in federal highways." Gov. Ronald Reagan said at a gala nUilc to the well-known movie director. After HO films as a director, Ford made an appearance as an actor this week and his per- formance was applauded by a stellar audience. Among tliose saluting him were two veteran actors who worked for Wayne and James one who 'One of my great regrets is that I was never directed by John said Reagan, who officiated at the showing of Di- rected by John Ford. The film is a documentary directed by Peter Bogdanovich. the hottest new director around because of th" movie The Last Picture Show. The Ford film, which has at the New York and San Francisco film festivals, i was sponsored by the American Film Institute. The 76-year-old Ford, consi- dered by most critics the great- est director in American films and the only one to win four Academy Awards, rarely ap- pears in public, especially since he broke his hip last year. But Ford came to the showing, walking with the aid of a cane. Directed by John Ford, which is designed for showings to film students, features reminisc- ences by Wayne. Stewart and Henry Fonda, plus an interview with Ford. SATURDAY MATINEE at p.m. only Saturday Matinee ot and p.m. Sunday Matinee at p.m. only All tlw thrilling adventures and amazing tricks that made Lassie the most famous dog in the world. TECHNICOLOR RODDY McDOWALL DONALD CRISP DAME MAY WHITTY EDMUND Gra-NiGEL BRUCE-EISA LANCHESTER-IASSIE L, BUlLUi ffl'tctld b fKLD M. r> S.'J.'.UU. WAhX P.UUMOl'NT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects Misly for Me'1 Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee Come Home" Complete Show PIU.VMOrNT CIXF.MA Friday "Dr. Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee "Lassie Come Home" Ui.-l Complete Show BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS FOR CHRiSTiViAS RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at nnd p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD FORME" It's a Killer! RESTRICTED ADULT TECHNICOLOR' DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASTERNAKS AT 8 P.M. ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. ONLY ADULT FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and SATURDAY AT AND P.M. FOR THIS ATTRACTION BOX OFFICE OPENS AT P.M.