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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY CRIME ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, 6 p.m., Ch. 7.A leading supplier of heroin is dying of cancer and is about to name a successor and turn over to him the only known list containing vital information about the entire drug oper- ation. SPECIAL! Oral Roberts, (p.m., Ch. 13. Evangelist Billy Graham and pianist Roger Williams are welcomed to this special titled "Oral Roberts On Campus." CARTOON SPECIAL: "The gelfish p.m., Ch. 13. An animated version of Oscar Wilde's enchanting tale. A repeat. COMEDY: Comedy Bag, p.m., Ch. 7. JoAnn Wor- iey is the guest and plays a stewardess who with a pilot and co-pilot survive a crash and are met by Robinson Crusoe on a South Sea island. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Les Anglais" of Quebec an English minority in a French- speaking society and their concerns on various issues. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Prince and the 1 a.m., Ch. 7. An American showgirl on the London stage is invited by a roving-eyed prince to a private supper at the Embassy. WEDNESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Raquel Welch as an athletic secret agent pursuing spies in Spain. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program ure listed by the radio and television Any variation In program schedule is due to last- changes by the stations and It 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 News; Music We Remember; Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Tracing Post Grain Prices Bury! Clark Leo Dow Call of the Land Farm News John Oliver Dave King Bob Hesketh Farm News Jack Neufeld Chec-line Cattle Prices Paul Tessier CJOC ic News wiih Bill Skellon, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six John Walker John Charles Barry Hegiand WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Joan Walerfleld and Jim Elliot Probe 1230 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thya John Walker Probe 1220 world at Six WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concerts (Bob CHEC FM News, Wthr., Sports Hourly TUESDAY NIGHT As it Happens Introduction to Tuesday Night Tuesday Night News, Sport's, Weather Don MacMaster CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off Concerts Radio Noon Rupert's Land Rock Market WEDNESDAY Eye Opener Bob Kerf Home Ri Schools Max Ferguson World at 8 Eye Opener From The Cap Talc This Country BBC News and Five Nights A Time Signal Commentary Week Nalions Orchestral Provincial Affairs World at Six ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS PHOTO CONTEST 1972 WINNERS We are pleased 1o announce the following winners in our 1972 Photo Competition. All entries were judged by the University of Calgary Dept. of Art, and were judged on a 30 point maximum basis. In the Senior Division there were 3 categories and one combined class for juniors. The de- cision of the judges is final. 1st prize each category Gift Certificate Honorable Mention Gift Certificate PORTRAITS 1st Prize JOYCE WISWEIL Hon. Mention D. S. JOHNSTON STIIL tIFE 1st Prize IEN BACH Honorable Mention ROBERT J. PISKO CREATIVE 1st Prize D. S. JOHNSTON Honorable Mention JOYCE WISWELt JUNIOR DIVISION _ 1st Prize JAY MARTIN Honorable Mention BRUCE COMSTOCK ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Pkoloptaphic Centel Open Thurs. and Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. Until Christmas for your Convenience. 419 5lh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY HIGH! Wrpsllinfl Joan Waferfield Lct_s_ Make a Deal Movie: Prince and Marine Boy CJOC NO' Mission Impossible Irish Rovers Comedy Bag Mary Tyler Moore Flip Wilson Front Page Challenge Tuesday Nighl News (cl CJOC News Crossfire (c) the Show Gi WEDNESDAY Marvel Super Heroes Wizard of Oz News, Farm and Cily Mr. Dresstip Western Schools Prlendiv GianI Chez Helens Miday Pink Panther (c) Truth or Consequences Klara's Korner Hollywood Squares Ed Allan Take 30 Edge of Night Silents Please Family Court Drop In Lets Make a Deal CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Brady Bunch News (c) Oral Roberts on Campus The Selfish Giant Search First and Ton Ian Tyson Marcus Wclby News News Merv Griflln WEDNESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Karen's Yoga Community Calendar Fashions In Sowing Parlons Francais Trouble with Tracy Life Style Pierre Berton Boat the Clock Buckshot Flintstones (c) Fathom Somerset (c) Another World What's The Good Word Anything You Can Do Star Trek News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Cousin Mautlo Todny In Montana News (c) Hawaii Flve-0 Price Is Right (c) The Doctors {c> Move: TBA Snio of tho Century Another World Billy Graham Hollywood Squares Secret Storm News Jeopardy (c) Mike Douglas Tonight Show Who, What, WhCfB Family Affair WEDNESDAY Gamo Jokers Wild Our World News News Saluto Aqrlculturo Concentration NBC NlflhllV Newi Today Show (c) World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) News Tompornturo's Jack Lal-finna General Hospital Rising Audrey (c) Ono Life to Movie: Home for Galloping Gourmet Dnys ol our Iho Holidays Whci Mflrcus Welby Nows (c) Nows (c) Search for Movie: Tomorrow Priests Wito All My Children Lnl's Make A Dnnl (r) Newlywpfl Gflmo (c) WEDNESDAY Farm News News Cnpl. Knnfiann no Heart is Lives (c) Dlnali's Place Thrco on a (c) Dating Gnmo (c) Split Second (c) Bewitched Password News DICTATOR'S SON Romano Mussolini, youngest son of the former Italian dictator, practices at the piano in his New York City hotel room. He notes that having such a famous name infamous but respected in some circles has not hurt his Jazz career. "Poeple naturally associate me with my father, but they know me for he says. TONIGHT "THE NIGHT RIDERS" AT THE MINER I 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TALES FROM THE CRYPT" In color. Starring Joan Collins, Peter Cushing and Patrick Magee. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT Not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CHROME AND HOT LEATHER" In color. Starring Billy Smith and Tony Young. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. RE- STRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "X Y ZEE" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Caine and Susannah York. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, November 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GRISSOM GANG" In color. Starring Connie Stevens, Scott Wilson and Kim Darby. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, November 28 and 29. Tuesday 'shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. This Ad is for DRUMMERS only! WHY SETTLE FOR 2nd BEST? Gel professional instruction from BRAD VALGUAROSON and GREG COURT, South Alborta's BEST DRUMMERS. Now accept, ing students for all types of drumming: Blues, Western, Jazz, Light Rock, Country Rock, Hard Rock, Waltz and Polka Rhythms, etc. For enrolment starting December 1st contact SUPPLIES LTD. 1289 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-1056 Novtmbtr 1972 THE LETHBriDGE HESAtD 7 Burl Ives: it's nice to be REGINA (CP) The deaf- ening applause surged down from the packed grandstand and broke across the stage in a wave you could almost feel and Burl Ives smiled with a satisfied gleam in his eyes. It was nice to be back. The recent appearance was the first time in about 22 years Ives had done a show of this kind. His mellow folk- singing had dropped by the Gina becomes camera-clicker ROME (AP) Italian film star Gina Lollobrigida has switched from posing for photo- graphs to taking them. Neglecting her acting career almost entirely for three years, Gina used thousands of rolls of film to photograph Italy. Her work will be published in a book entitled Italian Mia. The picture book contains 200 black and white photographs. Miss Loliobrigida says she travelled incognito all over Italy to take her pictures, using two prune pits to fill out her cheeks and wearing a wig as disguise. "After a while I changed the pitts for two she said. "My mouth was getting sore." ELATH, Israel (AP) Movie director John O'Connor fell from a jeep and was slightly in- jured here while shooting a film on location near this Is- raeli desert town. O'Connor and two Israeli camermen were riding on a supporting platform attached to the front of the jeep when the platform collapsed. The London-based director was filming Sabra Command, a story depicting the Israeli army in battles with Arab guerrillas. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Old- time movie cowboy Ken May- GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA nard remains in satisfactory condition at Hollywood Presby- terian Hospital today with an undisclosed ailment, a spokes- man said. Maynard, 77. who appeared in some 300 Western motion pic- tures in the 1920s and 1930s, was taken to hospital Friday. He was confined for dehy- dration several days last month. Agatha's play in 21st year Named manager of Calgary's convention site CALGARY (CP) Douglas Goadby, 53, of Montreal has been appointed manager of Cal- gary's new convention centre, it was announced here. Mr. Goadby, now head of his own consulting firm, was in- volved in the civic centre and football hall of fame in Hamil- ton and the Montreal interna- tional automobile show. He starts the Calgary job Feb. 1, 1973, with the centre to open several months later. Yukon land use in revealed LONDON (AP) Agatha Christie's detective thriller The Moustrap begins its record 21st year on the London stage today with its performance and an assurance that "we won't go nude." Opened on Nov. 25, plai WHTTEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) A proposed Yukon land use sys- tem, including public recreation areas and encompassing six separate areas in the Yukon, was announced here. John Guldner, director of the travel and information bureau, said the areas will include a core similar to provincial parks in other parts of Canada which will be reserved for public rec- reation. This will include camp- grounds, playgrounds, govern- ment services and picnic areas. The area adjacent to the rec- reation facilities will be set aside for cottages and business- es such as boat rentals, while the bulk of the land will be des- ignated for other commercial and industrial development such as mining. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Where Docs it Hurt" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "And Now For Something Completely Different" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Kluebcard" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Wednesday Only "21 Days In Europe" Lust Complete Show Family Mousetrap has outlasted rock 'n' roll, the Beatles and the miniskirt and still is playing to full houses. "We'll do our quarter cen- forecasts director Peter Saunders, who has been with the play throughout its run, "and we won't go musical and we won't go nude." "Things have never been so says Saunders. "There is not the slightest sign of any diminishing business. "More than people have seen it, and are being born every year. Logi- cally, there's really no reason it should ever end." CHICAGO (AP) Mirage by Armando Hobles Godoy of Peru and Bleak Moments by Michael Leigh of Britain shared a Gold Hugo as the best feature film at the Chicago International Film Festival. The jury judging feature films also voted a special Gold Hugo to Volker Schloendorff of West Germany for his Summer Lightning. The jury praised the performance of Margarethe von Trotta and lauded the film for its "sophisticated treatment of women." HI NEIGHBOR FUN DANCE WED., NOV. 29 WESTMINSTER SCHOOL p.m. 11 p.m. WESTERNERS ORCHESTRA EVERYONE WELCOME wayside while ha tackled Broadway and Hollywood, the Btage, films and jnost recently a series called The Bold Ones. had been the oldd nightclub appearance or TV guest-spot, but the king of American balladeers hadn't turned on a big open-air audi- ence since 1949. "I've been busy with too many other he ex- plained In an interview after settling his six-feet-one-inch and 200-plus-pounds frame in a comfortable chair at his hotel. STYLE EASY-GOING At 63, having been an enter- tainer for more than 40 years, Ives is perhaps best remem- bered for such songs as The Big Rock Candy Mountain, Jimmy Crack Corn and Blue- tailed he still can't get off a stage without stag- ing. Audiences won't let him get off. He has more than 6 albums which still sell well where they're available and they in- clude folk-songs, Christmas and Easter music, religious tunes and songs for children. His easy-going, sometimes- sad style pleases just about anybody. His film career included about two dozen in- cluling a role in The Big Country which won him an Oscar. He also did Wh the screen and stage versions of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin K o o f. In The Bold Ones, lie portrayed a top- notch attorney and he feels the series, now discontinued, was good for him. Born into "a large family in a small house" in southern Il- linois' Jasper County, Ives was named after a friend of his father's: his first name isn't short for anything. His wife Dorothy travels with him, Kti lie describes wherever h'j'.s playing as "home" although his real home is a little village on the old Santa Fc wagon trail in New Mexico. From there he travels all over the world to give audi- ences a taste of Burl Ives. BUKL IVES BUSY ISALI.ADEER YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 ST. N. 7th ANNUAL MUSICIANS PI1F AND DANCE MONDAY, DEC. 4fh P.M. SVEN ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT FOR LETHBR1DGE AND DISTRICT ADUIT MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT GROUPS Ticket! no. at Musicland Musi- bs picked up by Sat. 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