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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY 1MYSTKHY DRAMA: Mission: Impossible, C p.m., Clu 7. "Blast" tells of a local leader of a revolutionist group spe- cializing in robberies for the financing of a movement lo overthrow the U.S. government. CiU.ME DRAMA: Hawaii Fivc-0, p.m., 13. "Journey Out ol Limbo" is a myslrey lliat ties a Chinese diplomat's visit to an attempt on Danny's life. COJIKDY: Mary Tyler iUonrc, 8 p.m., Cli. 1. "Farmer Ted end the News" is about Ted's contract which is up for renewal bul he refuses lo sign unless some special clauses are deleted. ADVENTUKE: 8 p.m., tli. 13. An agent is slow- Iv dying of a mysterious poison and there's only 12 hours to find an antidote. VARIETY: Klip Wilson. p.m., Ch. 7. Carol Charming, Edward Asner and soul singer Donny Hathaway join Flip. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Welliy, MD, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The slory of 11 struggling young composer-pianist and his who's stricken with multiple sclerosis. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Tammy and the 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A composite of four "Tammy" TV shows. Mod movie house packing RMM OfC w HNULU O "'tings Proafanuere listed radio and tefovhion stations. Any varlolion in program schedule ii due to .tort- rnlnule ihcmget by the stations and Ii not the respon- sibility of Heraldor Angle Drttrlbuton Stetee and WiOrOflronhtcCjntre.- CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember; Sunday Mornings A-H Farm N'CWS John Oliver Dave Klnp Bab HssKelh Farm NDV.S JecX Newfeld Chec-line CaHle Prices Paul resuler if CJOC 's with Bill Skelton, Rod WhUt, Bill Malheson M1DDLETOWN, Conn. Movie: The Day ivcrtAll Chlltfren Split Second (ct CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLIE" In color. Starring Fred Williams and D'urville Martin. Tuesday anrt Wednesday, October 31 and November 1. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children, Tonight at p.m. "WHO SLEW AUNTIE ROO1' In color. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Emoress Theatre "STRAW DOGS" In color. Starring DusUn Hoffman. Tuesday ami Wednesday, October 31 and November 1. Tuesday show nt p.m. Restricted Adult. CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE RIDER" In color. Starring Anthony Quinn, Kos- anna and Rita Hayworth. Tuesday, October 31. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH" In color. Star- ring Sholly Winters. Tuesdayj October 31. Shews at p.m. Adult. Tbdqys Showtimes ARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Slaughter'1 Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PAIiAJIOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEJIA "Cool Breeze" "Night of Lepus" Last Complete Show Restricted Adull One Internationally-promi- nent recording label had ex- pressed interest, he said, but was committed to a full roster of artists for the remainder of this year. Sample albums, meanwhile, have treen sent [o radio sta- tions from Windsor to Hamil- ton and to small stations around Detroit, and have been getting some play on the air, Sotiroff said. The performers also carry copies with them for sale wherever they put on shows, and are considering advertis- ing to seU them, using a post office box address. STUDIED ORGAN Mitchell, 24, is a graduate of the University of Waterloo with a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. He aiso has taken a university course in classical organ. Hoddle, 21. is the son of Kitchener Aid. Frank Hoddle. The music on their album represents a variety of reflecting jazz, rock and classical roots. The vocals at different times resemble the. style of singing of such British performers as Herman's Her- mits, John L e n n o n and Tommy Steele and some num- bers sound like selections from a stage musical. A kind of baroque musical hacking gives a freshness to what otherwise often would he fairly routine nightclub or- chestration. The dco did all their own arranging and Sotiroff admit- ted certain shortcoming in Ihe vocalizing, adding the com- ment that Mitch 'n Hodd wanted more to "become known as composers and ar- rangers than as singers." Buys air bus TOKYO (Reuter) Two ma- jor Japanese airlines an- nounced Monday they will buy "air bus" jets worth about million from the Boeing and> Lockheed companies. Japan Airlines and the All-Nippon Air- ways Co. said the planes would be used on their domestic routes. Floods kill two in Australia SYDNEY, Australia (API persons have difid in Aus- tvcilirsn floods caused by lorrcn- tial rain. An 18-month-oM boy drowned in a flooded creek in Brisbane, and o farmer died in Tuckom- l bil, New South Wales, when his pickup truck was washed oif a causeway near his home. Floods have isolated towns and caused damage estimated in the millions of dollars, but now appear to have passed their peak. paramount Avt. South. 327-5IW STARTS THURSDAY FOR 4 DAYS FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT KIDS 75c ANYTIME THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL SPECIAL HALLOWEEN DANCE TUESDAY, OCT. 31 FEATURING BOGUS BOOGIE BAND Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Halloween Masquerade Social TUESDAY, OCT. 31 sf 9 p.m. 1 a.m. NO COVER CHARGE PIZES FOR THE BEST COSTUMES Music by "Anything Goes" MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS Radio Noon's a mixed bag. Open iiat 12 and you'll hear 120 minutes ol good listening as co-hosts, John MacLeod and Norris Bick serve up a total Information mix for rancher, townsman, farme; and housewife.Grain prices, market reports, live- stock news, road conditions, weather forecasts, special features, ..there's something for everyone on Radio Noon. Open CBR's mixed bag every week' day at 12. You'll like what you hear. In the AZTEC LOUNGc I Ballads by I "BLISS MACKIE" 'in Ihe 1 CABARET "BOGUS BOOGIE, BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY if THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Kree of Charge Your CBC nidio network station in southern Alberta. AN IDEAL GIFT FOR ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVF. BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS RESTRICTED ADULT ET. 4th Ave. Souih, 327 5100 TONIGHT and WED. Al 7-00 and p.m. 'SLAUGHTER' his name ,il's his business A FBANKOVICH PRODUCTION ADUIT ENTERTAINMENT m ABEFREE St. ft fib Art. South, 327 SIOO Tonighf and Wed. at and p.m. RESTRICTED ACULT Coilt-gfi S Ave. ti Mayor Dr., 6300 TONIGHT and WED. first Show ct p.m. He Kit trie M a n for S3 mil lion. LEPUS" IN COLOR ;