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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS CK1KIB MYSTERY: Mission: Impossible, p.m., Cli. 7. "Takeover" tells of a political boss who hires a professional provocateur to stage a violent protest in a movie to dis- credit his stale's governor elevato his puppet, the mayor, to the governorship. ADVENTURE: Search, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A moon rock is missing and agent Hugh O'Brian is assigned to (he taint. VARIETY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Ch. 7. The Sup- remes, Ruth Biuzi and Bums and Schreiber join Flip in sketches. POLITICS: Talk, p.m., Cli, 7. The four parties will represented in this free-time telecast by the CBC-TV. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m. Ch. 7. France, Corsica and Somaliland are visited to film tho Frenoh Foreign Legion as it exists today. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Grillin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Carol Channing, Robert Vaughn and Stanley Myron Hancileman are among tlie guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Five Separate 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A psycopathic killer transforms a class reunion into a weekend of (error. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs bre listed by the radio and television Any variation iii. program is to.Jast. minute changes .By the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Diilrlbulors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Morley McGill and Allan Belf: Contemporary News Doug Marvim Contemporary Sporls Leo Dowi Farm News MONDAY Ihrj FRIDAY Trading Posh Grain 5-00 Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call 4-55 Farm John Olvire Bob Heskelh Farm News Chec-line Cattle Prices rices ,_.. rue Land Dave King Jack Neuleld Paul Tessler CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT World el six John Walker John Charles 1Z.M Vogf WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot 7iiQ News, Weather and SpcMs Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1320 Nonn Farm News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Jonn WaiKer World al Six CHEC FM News, Sports Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Consle) Dcr. Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY MIGHT As It Happens Tuesday Nlgnt I n1 reduction Tuesday Nlaht News, Whr., Sporls From 'hi Capitals IflilS Five NlghU a Week 10-30 Music of Scriabin Radio Nccrt Ruparl's Lnnd Rock MarJcef Slide from Hera WEDHESDAY Eye Opener World at 8 Eye Opener This Country TtmP Signal Nations Provincial Affairs Max Ferguson Henry Wood ConceHs Home Run BBC News and Commentary News World e! Six CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxd stereo playback cor cassette system. Fealuresi inttaload system; automatic continuous reverse system cassette over unlil you push eject buttoni 12 warts output; fast forward and rewind buttons can be locked; automatic eject ot end of Jape in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flkotoglapliic Center 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsron Ch. 6) TUESDAY MIGHT Weal her romising to create more ant more jobs. ISSUES TOUCHY The issues are touchy in AV berta, now ruled by Conscrva lives. Should the province op for hard cash for raw materials or should exports he res'riclec the interests of probahl future Canadian needs? Th United States is a voracibu market for energy and Albert is a source of energy from oi coal, natural gas and hydroli power. The Conservaitves are tli ones fighting the uphill battle in the west. They are confiden of a healthy gain In British Cc lumbia, achieve but will anything do well better tha holding their own here in Man itoba. They already hold mo of Ihe seats In Alberta, but Saskatchewan, all the fiv seats they hold now are grave danger from a jugge naut drive of the NDP socia ists. The NDP says it hopes to wi all, and there seems a goo chance this is more than a cam paign boast. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f If C RADIO AND TV V. IX 302 ST N FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau and Maureen Stapleton. Tuesday and Wednesday, Octo- ber 3 and 4. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" In color. Tuesday, October 3. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Not Suitable For Children. Slill single al 70, film slur to ived SUlClDES-IIenry lie Mon- Iherlanl, 7fi, Trench nov- elist ntnl playwright, shot and killed himself in Paris, his secretary renorlnl. He had lost the use of one eye anil a friend said 1m feared total blindness. MILAN, Italy (AP) Miss Paola Bortoni, an lUlian stage and movie star still single at 72, has announced she will marry soon. Her fiance is Brono Vilar, 30-year- old poet and actor. "I dnn'l know what H means to live with a hufi- said Miss Borboni, once a striking beauty who rocked the Italian theatre world by stripping nude lo the waist on the stags 50 years ago. Vilar said they have de- cided lo marry because Miss Borhoni's mother, Gemma, 102, does not approve of their going together without being married, October 3, 1972 IHE LFIHBRIDGE HERALD New film system seen for Alberta EDMONTON (CP) Classtf- Ication ol films likely will re- place censorship In Alberta, the chairman of a special legisla- tive committee studying censor- ship said here. Ernie Jamison, Progressive Consrcvative MLA for St, Al- bert, said more than 150 briefs have been received by the com- mittee which will hold public hearings Oct. 11 and 12 in Ed- monton and Calgary before making recommendations to the legislature. Mr. Jamison said he thinks Alberta should follow Quebec's example of inviting crilics and mecVH representatives to view questionable films before a classification Is made. He also expressed concern over the vi- olence in films and on televi- sion. "Violence is the number issue, not obscenity." He said research has shown a connection between violence in films and on television and Ihe actions of some people. Bobby Fischer, comedian? HOLLYWOOD (At1) Hobby i ischer, comedian? It happened in Burbank as lie world's chess champion matched one-line gags with Gob i :Iopc for Ihe comedian's Oct. 5 special. Fischer, who won the title rom Russian Boris Spassky in Iceland last month, earned 000 for about 10 minutes of air time and proved himself an able comic. Among the gags: Mail rate increase forecast MONTREAL (CP) The federal government would have to raise personal income I rates or first class mail rates il the post office accepted cur- rent contract requests by the Postal Workers' Union, Postmaster General Jean-Pierre Cote says. Speaking nt the opening of a Si-million mail processing planl in nearby Laval, Mv. Cole sale the union's demands would cosl million a year ami this. added lo the current annua' ieficit of SfiO million, would re- ull in a tofal animal deficit of 200 million. Mr. Cote said such a cieficii 5 unacceptable and erasing il require raising persona r.come (ax by two per cent or ncreasing first class mail rales rom eight to 13 cents. Increases would follow In other classes of mail and then mild be a loss of large volume customers he added. Mr. Cote also criticized unioi for allowing "Ihe rumo of a possible strike at the pos office to spread" and said lhe> must learn the public is losin; patience with strikes. Negotiations with the imio: are at Die conciliation stage. 1 strike could come before ill Oct. 30 federal election. Hope: ''Bobby, I heard that all through your match, you re given advice from Henry Esingev. Is that Fisclier: "That's right." Hope: "Did it will if 1 ever meet Jill St. said Fischer in refer- ee to the actress who has one of the presidential ad- ser's frequent dates. OT FUSSY T h e 29-year-old Fischer lowed few of the concerns for rrangements that he displayed iring his championship match ith Spassky. Rehearsing a comedy match ith Hope, he turned the chess able around and adjusted the me clock, hut expressed no oncern over the lighting and elevision cameras, two proh >m areas Uiat highlighted his latch with Spassky. "We didn't know until Frida; 'hether Bobby was really com Hope remarked. Fischer arrived late for re easal because be had over lept. But he seemed to hav is lines well rehearsed and Anclhcr Fashions !n Sewing WMt's Ihs Parloni FrariCdii Gow1 Vvonl Trouble Tracy Anything You Lift Style Can Do In Conversation S1ar Trok KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CabTevisEon Ch. 9) TUESDAY N1GHT Today Show fc> >liflO fc] rin Thf> Dcclor5 the Century Another WorFtf Hollywood Squares Secre! Storm Jeopardy fc) Mike Who, What, Wtiira Family Affair Game Jokcri WiftJ Ncwr, Nrsvs Concentration NBC Nightly New World Tumi News Hawaii Fivc-O Headline Hunfers Search (c) First and Ten Ian Tyson Welby News News Grillin Cousm Maude Hawaii Fivc-0 Fool sTc ir, Bonanza News TonlflM Stiow WEDNESDAY Our Salute AoricLl KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Trsilri or Comc- qucncei O Tcmpcralurei Rising (c) Movie: Playmates f 'A Marcus (O Movie: of U'hisr WEDNESDAY Farm (Jews He _ Kangaroo Hevrt (c) JacX LeLflnni Audrey [c) 9-30 Gallnp Where (c) News (O Senrrh ITiW All My Children Lcl'-. Mflkfl A Gan General Hospil One Life to L Days rf our Gourmet Liver, fc> Heart IS Dinah's Tfirrn on 0 Dallnq Public Service Alliance of Cannda and the Ca- nadian 1'nion nf TntiHc Fin plnyros into a hMy of around SOO.itfwi members. 'arly to field ix candidates VANCOUVER (CP) Th Iritish Columbia wing of th Communist Party of Canad announced here that the part vill field six candidates In Ih Oct. 30 federal election. A party spokesman idcntific he candidales as: Bill Turner Vancouver Kingsway; Sea riff in, Vancouver Soulh; Mai rice Rush, Vancouver East Eric Waugh, Burnaby- Se> mour; Rod Doran, New Wes minsler, Mark Mosher, G mox-Alberni. In the 1968 federal election the party ran four candidates. B.C.'s 23 ridings. All fin- ished last in their respective constituencies. Tdday's Showtimes PARAMOUNT- Sbort Subjects "Burglars" Last-Complete Show 9; 15 PARAMOUNT CINEMA :'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Boxcar Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Scars of Dracula" "Horrors of Frankenstein" One Complete Show BARRIE, Onl. (CP) Dig Bird, Oscar the Groueh and other inhabitants of television'; Sesame Street have a lot oi 'riends that miss them in tho Barrie area. A petition with (he names o1 at leasl parents will be delivered lo television slation CKVR Thursday. The group wants tlie popular children's show back on the air A spokesman for the station said Ihe U.S. program wai dropped in July because of thi Canadian Badio-Televisioi Commission ruling that allowi the broadcast of only 40-per cent foreign material. Although cable television sub scribers in Barrie can get th program, a of people in rural areas can only get .AdaniBon, 87, in hospital for treatment of a heart ailment, died here. Adamson was creator and producer of (Ire Baiiyon tele- vision series and had written cripts for such TV shows as ionanza, The Untouchables and The Virginian. Aclamson entered- network ra- lio in New York City, where ho vas a writer for such radio se- rials as Sam Spade, Ihe Fat and The FBI in Peace and War. LOS ANGELS (AP) Udgar- George Ulmor, who directed .23 motion pictures in a career ie began as set designer, is dead at age 65. Ulmcr died at the Motion 'iclure Hospital in Woodland ilills, a suburb of Los Angeles. He had suffered a series ot strokes Born iji Viciuia, Ulmer stud- ed music and architecture be- fore coming to the United Stales in 1923 and worked as a set designer before directing his first film, Mr. BroacMvav, in The last film Ulmer direcled wae The Cavern in 1965. General layoff at Sask. plant YORKTON, Sask. (CP) A general layoff or staff at thn Morris Hod Weeder Co., was announced today by George Morris, president of the com- pany. The company employs about 300. Mr. Morris said Ihe layoffs result from poor economic con- ditions on the prairies and fol- low consultafion between man- agement personnel, technical staff and sales management. No estimate was given of the number of employees to be laid off. GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY j RESTRICTED ADULT 18 YEARS O? AGE AND OVER DM) NWEN-VIRNA USI -mm VAUGHN .THE STATUE" BELL "Lovers and Other Strangers' In cofor.wiih. Gig .Young BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS 5 TICKETS FOR.THE PRICE Of 4 A REAL THRILLER TONIGHT thru THURS. nt and p.m. OMAR JEAN-PAUL SHAWBELMQNDO DYAN CANNON .ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction Best Costume Design A SAM J, 5CHAFFNER PRODUCTION Nicholas and Alexandra A from NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. TONIGHT thru SAT. Showing at p.m. only RESTRICTED ADULT COLUGE CINEMA TONIGHT thru THURS. AT AND P.M. Andy Russell CARES ABOUT YOU WILL BE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ROOM E-690, ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4 FOR A CANDI. DATES FORUM. HEADQUARTERS 328 6TH ST. S., PHONE 328-2358 ;