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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 1972 THE lETHBlUXM HIRAID 9 TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: (i p.m., Cli. 7. Steve Mc- Queen as a San Krancisco detective investigating a complex murder case. CRIME DRAMA: Slrccls of San Francisco, p.m., Cli. 13. A Vietnam velcrah out to steal the son lie's never seen. An ex-wife and adoptive parents are also involved. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Cli. 13. Jimmy Durante nncl pop singer Gilbert O'Sullivan arc the scheduled guests. COMEDY: Bl'A'S'lI, 8 p.m., uli. 7. When Henry re- fuses to let n wounded helicopter pilot go home, things around headquarters begin to pop. COMEDY: All In The Family, p.m., Ch. Archie's visiling niece is going dancing with Lionel, a negro, and Archie is infuriated. JIYSTEKY: Columlio, p.m., Cli. 13. 'The Green- house Jungle" slars Hay Milland as a kidnapping victim's uncle and he's the one behind the plan to collect a big ransom MOVIE COMEDY: 12 midnight, Cli. 13. A sly spy spoof about a daring robbery in Hong Kong. 5IOVIB COMEDY: "Strange a.m., Ch. 7. A farce fealuring the battle of tlie sexes with Rock Hudson and Gina Lollobi'igida. SATUKDAY SPORT: World .Scries, It a.m., Ch. 7. The liUlh edilion of baseball's big show opens at Cincinnati helwcen the Hcds and Oakland Mhlctics. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. High- lights of the 10th annual Junior International Equestrian competition. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings E joun. Water field NTERTAINMENT LYE Programi we lined by the radio ond television Italians. Any variation In program tchedufo due to tart- minute changer by the ttatlonj and it not the reipon- ilbtllty of the Herald er Anglo Dlttrlbulort Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newl Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sporls Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember; Sunday Mornings FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack NeufeJd SATURDAY Buryl OarK CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whilt, Bill Motheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Moclean Farm and Ranch Doug Cord FRIDAY NIGHY world ar six Jcl-.ri Walker Request Line John Charles SATURDAY t-CS Jim rjlinU Np.'.s, wtrir, Epcrl Johnny Walker VlSS jifeV Thys Jc-hnny Soccer Resells Sporla [Jevjs WON. THRU SAT. Den MacMflslpr Concerts (Bob CHEC FfA Hourly Wihr. Half Hour Consie) Don Don MaCiViasrcr Sign CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Canadians Correspondent Homo Run Bringing BacX the Sound cf Strings World al Six Future This Country As It Happens K'E-vjs, VJIhr, Spoft Our Native Land The Enlcrtalners SATURDAY I :Q3 Vancouver Comedy News, Sporl, W1hr. Eye opener Family Favorites From trie Capitals Ccncert Musical Program Five Nights a Week Musical Program Foolball U of C Atlantic Symphony COS Weather and Spcrls at UBC I. Television came up with ils turkey for Thanksgiving I'ilh a loudly loulcd version of Hie 1931 smash muaicnl Of Tliec 1 sing which sucked the juice out of Ihc George S. Kaufman hook and took the joy out of the George and Ira Gershwin songs. Introduction to Hie show was a coyly conscious link-up to Ihe currenl election scene; Ihcn it was curlain-un on what could have been one of tiie brightest offerings of the season, only what was offered was camp not charm. The all-Slav cast, and il was a good one, threw themselves at the script as at an unlalcehd door and landed flat on (heir faces. The fault was not theirs, a though Carroll O'Comiur is too good an actor Irj shadow Jolm P. Wintergrcen with Ar- chie Bunker. What contributed most to the flatness of the production was Ihe indecision of director Dave Powers who swithe-ed unhap- pily from the front row centre of a slage production to Ihc un easy realization that televisioi was the medium, demanding a swirl of dancers and actioi rather than the token close-up and angle shot. The same approach killerd of performing triumph vhile laying down a solid musi cal background. Thai background had its bas m the Flitton farm In the Chair Canadian lo tour major soloist with ion district in a family that fed music and encouraged the liildren with voice, piano and ancing lessons. Winner of 35 scholarships and wards, four-lime winner on re Ted Mack Show, the first with USD, ho Univer- emplcd but II is to lie hoped that it will be rescheduled in the near future. Bill is director- writer of "Wedding" and writer for Out wliich was shot in this area and retitled (according fo tabloid Show Business) as Spring Coolie (sic) which ily of Toronto's Madrigal Sing- rs, outstanding performer in musical Lheatre and opera, fhe versatile Miss Flitton's credits are incredible. Her appearance here next Friday at the Yates is part of a provincial performing arts .our, with local sponsorship by [he Rotary Club. A capacity audience for Ihis one-woman show would be a great wel- come home lo Southern Alberta. WORKSHOP: And a most important one in speech and movement for youngster in high school. It will be held next Saturday from to at the Lclhbridge Collegiate In- stitute tlirough arrangement with the drama department of the provincial cultural develop- ment branch. Deadline for ad- mission is this weekend, local contact is Mrs. Maureen Mel- ling, fee is only and bring your limch or be prepared to pick up a hamburger. And it was announced on Can- ada A.M. that one of their guests for Thursday's show would be Bill Fruet whose movie in While debuts in Toronto this month. The in- terview must have been pre- may )ust give it a chinaman's chance of success. Looking for a good buy in government stir O OTTAWA (CP) Looking for a good government sur- plus buy? There's a hot little item go- ing in North Bay, Ont, Crown Assets Disposal Corp. is selling one regulation Bomarc missile site, com- plete 28 concrete launch- ing hunkers, and anyone can put in a bid. The highest bid so far is the city's mayor, Bruce Goulet, who wants to use tiie site as a training centre for Canadian nlheltcs. The base was, until this summer, home to a squadron o[ United Stales-owned Bo- marcs installed in the early 19GOs. Ten years later, the out-of- .sf THffllRtS CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 6) FRIDAY a Crossfire CBI Movie: SI BNlIellov.s CJOC 6: CO Mnvio Bullif (ct Pinxthio aiM MASH tc) fi-.OO liimljlc'.vicd All In Iho F.irriily Hour Tommy Hunler Gcrrqc of Jungle Ala World Series Spcris Week Wr Mil ing Children's Claire Chen Simsn Lxke MO. Bugs NHL CFCN-TV Lcllibridgo Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Day Francisco Sonny end Cher Movre: Greenhouse Jungle FBI It: DO llllO Nc-Ai Story Theatre Bucksnof Cannonball Fllnlilcncs 'Where's Huddles Hcuso of riqM- cnsrcin (r) Top Cal Gang PuppoJ People WresHinq Mr, Ch'ipi Sports Diyesl Pendulum (O World of Siwrf Ncv.s KRTV Great Foils Channel 3 (CablevTsion Ch. 9} FRIDAY VroiJcws Ntws (t) 9.00 's'MURDAy 6.00 LJicK van Uyfcp CGF: In the Family 7-" Chan Atovie: Mo-.v lo OCK> Ruin Your Life e Archies Fa1 Albert RiiiJl Bunn BAseball (r) News Hco HAW RrtnaccK KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevisron Ch. II) FRIDAY I ft. GO CO Bewifc.Tied 5-00 Password Kid Power (c) TSATUHnDAyhlBVM FunkV Lldwille A'.ioo H. R. Pufnsfuf The 5 American The Osmonds Bandstand Willia rM.iys World of SporlS r.r'l rhf- Sry Hoy T30 NCAA Football K'i.'l Tl.c Rcchiri 8 K.ill 6.W Sonny