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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Rain creates power crisis SITKA, Alaska (AP) Sit- ka Mayor Jolm Dapccvich de- clared a state of emergency Fri- cViy as rain-swollen Saw Mill Creek washed over a hydroel- ectric ixmerliouse, cutting the flow of electricity lo Ihc city- The declaration meant mos non-essential activity would he hailed and schools would be closed for the duration oi the power criss as officials pre- pared a helicopter survey of the creek, Blue Lake above and the Blue Lake Dam. Spokesmen for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric AtV mirlstration's Sitka Observa- tory said more than 5 V4 inches of rain fell on the city in the last 24 hours. Over 10'i inches had fallen in the past week. Newcomer breaks TV rule show, Ciunsinokc, James Ar- Full house BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (AP) Peggy Lauzon and Dick Cotter have built a 10-bed- room house for 18 of their chil- dren. They will marry Satur- day. Cotter, 45, has 10 children from his first marriage and Mrs. Lauzon 42, a nurse, has nine. "I think I may have paid my last federal income Cotter said. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Dur- ing the filming of tlw fourth episode of The Delphi Bureau Laurence LucklnbiH decided to introduce a little variety inlo his.role as an inept but good- natured government agent. Luckinbill, in the scene, was on the telephone to Anne Jef- :reys, who co-stars with him in the ABC series as his boss. It is one of the shows oa The Men Thurday nights. He was telling her that he was having trouble solving the case he was on and she said: "You'll work out something." He said; "I got hostile and shouted. The producers came around the next day and said Glenn Garth Gregory wouldn't react that way. You're going lo cross up the audience. And I realized they were right. I had to play the same reactions al! the time." That was the introduction of theatre-trained Luckinbill to one of the cardinal rules of prime-time series television. He might have been able to vary his reactions on the stage, or even when he was in the soap opera Secret Storm, hut not now. The based On television's success largely a series is familiarity, longest-running DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 51h St. S. Ph. Copithorne named WINNIPEG (CP) Quebec Highways Minister Bernard Pi- nard was named new president of the Roads and Transporta- tion Association of Canada. Al- berta Highways Minister Clar- ence Copithorne a vice-president. was named Examine radio setup EDMONTON (CP) The Canadian Radio Televisioi Commission examined involvei financial actions leading to an application by Drumheller May or E. A. To'sach to buy radio station CJOI in Wetaskiwin. Mr. Tosach told the commls sion he is prepared to give u his position as mayor and wor actively in the management o CJOI. He said he does not knoi whether he will resign befor his term of office expires not stand for re-election. Robert Ross of Drumhelle secretary treasurer of Parl land Radio Ltd., owners of I C.10I, said Mr. Tosach has been putting a month into the station since May and now wishes to take it over to pro- tect his investment. SI SHARES J. D. Millar, majority owner of Parkland Radio, testified he obtained 29.999 shares, valued at ?1 each, by giving the ccm- "pany a promissory note for that ess has established Matt Dil- n as a stoic man of atjon. He as never varied the role. The audience knows that Ar- e Bunker's dyspeptic Icm- will always erupt on II in Hie Family. Coexistent with familiarity nd anticipation is another ele- nent. "All performers who survive n television have one thing in ommon that great film stars ion't Luckinbill said, "They arc likable. You can )uild a film career on being lated, but you can't do that on elcvision." It's not that way in the heatre, where Luckinbill made lis mark. "You're expected to c he said. In Oedipus Rex he was a 60- vear-old man. In Boys in the Band, he was a homosexual. In Memory Bank he was a creep who ran an electric map at a Civil War battlefield. Today's Showtimes' Satuidoy, Cclober 7, 1972 THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAlb 7 Fischer produces chess record "LAURENCE LUCKINBILL Powerful station called obstacle MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL 7th Ave. and 13th St. N. Saturday, Oct. 7th-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by the "WESTERNERS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Frontier Dining Room EL RANCKO MOTOR HOTEL Presents Dining and Dancing every Sat. Evening from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by "THE STARL1TE TRIO" Family Dining EVERY SUNDAY 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Special Children's Menu) MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR THANKSGIVING DAY (Open 4 p.m. lo 12 midnight) amount when the'company was formed. The station ran into severe financial problems hut Mr. Mil- lar was never called upon to pay the he owes for the shares. Under the apolication before the CRTC, sha-es would be transferred to Mr. Tosach. Mr. Boss said Mr. Millar does not have the money lo redeem the note. Mr. Ross explained that Mr Tosach became financially in volved in the company bj guaranteeing a company de- benture which Mr. Milla- sold to a hank. Mr. Tosach's loans directly to the company total to Mr. Tosach owns appliance stores in Drumheller, Medicine Hat and Brooks, plus an inter- est in a Drumheller motel. Mr. Ross said the radio sta- tion now is at the b-eak-even point and future prospects look good. EDMONTON (CP) The powerful watt radio sta- ion is an obstacle to develop- ment of local community sta- tions, the president of Yellow- icad Broadcasting Ltd. says. Ernie Mushtuk, whose Yel- lowhead broadcasting firm op- crates Radio Station CJYR in Edson, told a Canacian Radio- Television hearing that his sta- tion would suffer if Radio Sta- tion CFCW in Camrose were allowed to increase its power to watts from watts. Mr. Mushtuk argued that Edson advertisers would be at- tracted in greater numbers to the Camrose station, which now has only a weak signal in Edson But H. J. Yerxa, president of Camrose Broadcasting Co. Ltd-., Sneaky type of paper ad FAIRFIELD, Iowa (AP) An advertisement in a shop- per newspaper publ'shed here offered a musical instrument for sale, listing a telephone number but no name. Tlie ad said; "Husband's, S200 clarinet for rale for a lot less. If a man answers hang up." said the Edson station was able to get along very well a year in which CRCW's signa, reached Edson with good qual- Mr. Yerxa said technical ad- justments to improve reception elsewhere resulted in the good- reception limit being reduced slightly in the Ecacn area. He promised that CFCW would not make an increased effort to get Edson advertisers. "A CFCW power increase is not going to alter the Edson revenue picture by five cents." Big Stan leads PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Napoleon and Samantria" Last Complete S.iow Sunday Short Subjects "Napoleon and Samanlha" Two Complete Shows Monday Short Subjects "Napoleon and Simsntha" 3: UO, Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA SaUirday and Monday Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Simdav "Butterflies are One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Culpeppei- Catt'.e Co." Last Complete Show Sunday Sliort Subjects "Culpepper Calt'e One Complete Show Monday Short Subjects "Culncpuer Cattle Co." Last Complete Show GREEN' ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Chubasco" "The Cowboys" One Complete Show Sunday and Monday "Mary Queen of "Company of One Complete Show I.OS ANGELES (Rcuter) Intel-national chess champion Bobby Fischer has started mak- ing a recording on the funda- mentals of playing chess antii his own winning strategics. j Warner Urcther Records said I (he record was composed of material prepared by Fischer during his victorious chess battle against Russian champi- on lioris Spassky in Reykja- vik, Iceland. Jos Smith, president o! War- ner Records, said the record would be on sale together with a chess board antS a supple- mentary hook of instructions by Fischer just befora Christ- mas. _ "The People Who lake Timo lo Build Besl" Bring you the finest in Stereo Comporv enli now pvailable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 8 P.M. LAST TIME TONIGHT 'COWBOYS' IN COLOR JOHN IN COLOR RICHARD EGAN Y LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT SATURDAY "ALBERTANS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS flllffl IMS' MOVIES YOU I IKE BEST FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "POCKET MONEY" In color. Starring Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. Saturday, October 7 at and pin Adult. Thanksgiving weekend midnight preview Sunday. October 8 at a.m. "CRY OP T11E BAN- SHEE" In color. Vincent Price. Adult Horror Picture. Starting Monday, October 9 Jules Verne's "LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SILENT RUNNING" In Technicolor. An incredible adventure that journeys beyond imagination! Satur- day, October 7. Shows al arm p.m. Family. Sunday October 8 at p.m. "COUNT YOP.GA, VAM- PIRE" In color. Starring Robert Quarry nnd Donna Anders. Adult. Starting Monday, October 0. "TALES FROM THE CRYPT" In color. Starring Pclcr dish- ing, Richard Green and Patrick Magcc. Monday show at p.m. Adiill Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "DIAMONDS ARl! FOREVER" In Technicolor. Star- ring Sean C'onnci-y as James Bond OT7. Saturday, Sun- day, Monday October 7, n, 9 and 10. Satur- day shims at and p.m. Sunday one show only at p.m. Monday 2 shows at and p.m. Adult. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sest., Oct. 7th 9 p.m. FOS YOUR DANCING PLEASURE WE FEATURE MUSIC BY "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME in tallest building race CHICAGO (AP) Big Stan has become Chicago's tallest building, healing Big John. A steel heam bearing Mayor Richard Daley's sig- nature ard an American flag was tilled feet to top the Standard Oil Building. Big Stan is 29 feet higher than the John Hancock sky- scraper. Big Sten's reign will last only a few months, how- ever. The Ssars Tower is on its way to feet and will tec'ome the tallest building in the world. j SHOWING SUN, thru TUES. j ADULT Save 5100 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. If no Bingo called afler 54 numbers we continue fat 10A GAME- PICTURE FRAME NO ONI UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT MELOCANTOS I Chosen for the Film Performance. 1972 Nominated fur Five including n BcslActrts! Vanessa hvDallon -NviDavcnport" [Howard] ...TT-v. KIT NO. 2 'COMPANY OF KillERS' In Color with JOHN SAXON NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Bakei Earl Collins-John Tennanr Frank Schmidl Jack Running If you con wait until Wed- nesday you'll save a neat on a luxurious woven Axminster rug of your 9x12' was look for Simpsons-Sears 32-page full colour Home Furnishings Festival circu- lar. Bargains stort Wednesday, Cclober llth Ending Oct. 9 ALL MENU ITEMS (EXCLUDING CIGARETTES) Fast, Friendly Service 1515 Mayor Magrath Drive Phono 328-4717 Scrmo Portions At Discount Prices TONITE thru TUESDAY A WONDERFUL HUMAN STORYi The long-run hit play on the screen, with all its humor and all its heart. ADULT A FRANKOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTEBFME8 ARE FREE GOLtCHhVrli i COLUMBIA PICTUReS Sunday one show at p.m. Monday Holiday Matinee at p.m. Evenings at and p.m. ADULT COLLEGE TONiTE thru TUES. CULPEPPER tjave you a chance.- if you could slay aKvc! 720111 CEMVaY-FOX COLOil UV DC Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Game No. 1 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51-00 All Wood Cards Each TONIGHT AT AND P.M. SUNDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. MONDAY AT AND P.M TODAY thru TUESDAY GRAND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Two ninamys snd a pusrdhn fioa. Children Under 14 Not Allowed Dingo will also be plaved in Ihe c'ub room for members and Ihdir invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Mirhao! DOUGLAS Will GEKR TECHNICOLOR' ADDED WALT DISNEY'S 'THE HOUND WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A RACCOON' CONTINUOUS SHOWING TODAY FROM SUNDAY AND P.f.'i. MONDAY 3 iHOWS: MATINEE r.M. EVENINGS AT AriT> P.M. CHILDIUN: MATINEES 50t EVENINGS 7St ;