Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
S 1HJ LFIHBRIDGE HERALD Tucirtny, August I, 1972 HIGHLIGHTS; ll'KSDAY I 1II.MIO .Mission: Impossible, p.tn., 7. An Fittompt to L'U-ar nn American businessman in Japan of charges ho murdered bis wife. IHIAMA: r.iunty, Ch. U. An Arab college sindent :.s of murderuif; a ranch foreman, VAKICTV: C.cinil linirs, s p.m.. L'li, 7, Singer Huss Thorn- berry joins Caihcfino' Mflunnon, ,lim Etofjorls ami fhc I-'am- ily Six. ro.MKDV: Show. u.iti., Cli. 7. Jack Hums and A very Stiireiber assist their hast, in a comie at psydiialry in prison, rommrtiH'niie Carol joins Ihcm for a spoof en pre- Coinmuns.-l Di'Ha Itceao sir.gs up a storm. nocnJKM'AKY; Mam, in Hi. 7. Lslam's role in India's biricr strife is proboi) in this INTKKVirW; .MoIT Criffui, a.m.. t.'h. 13. Sally St nit hers. Camininella. Ple.slicUc1 and the imtcd nn1 the special guests. MOVII; t'u.MKiiV: "Liu-ky i ch. 7. The ad- ministration of a provincial Briiish college looks askance at tlu- luslory of Jim Dixon. .MOVIK "Si-m-t of llu- 1 p.m., Cli. 13. Peru's Andes and a rediscovered city highlight this on- location of romance yiul CHEC -fr Rnprr Shannon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy Mcfjill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT vpn v Leo Do 7.CO Jack; He'-Uerrf i CO Bury! dark Dave 'r ir CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT Jim El I id ,.Palter World AT z'.s. weather ar.d Spcds John and Grain Phina Pricq-i Terry V-o1 t'XdS Wayr.e Barry Thyj UiCCi Protc I3J5 Jnhn CBC 10 ;JC'Cn Farm Wcrld a! Six CHEC FM ir News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Radio 1010 Calgary CLCC ir ClfC over Cablevhion Ch. 7 Innj rridoy Hourly Half Hour This Summer Take A lit On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stetco and flkologtapliic Cenlel 439 5ih Sr S. Phone 328-6661 SERVICE EVERYTHING SEU" CJOC-TV Chcinncl 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) TUFSOAY NIC.nr n f. j c. WEDNESDAY CFCN-TV Lrjlhhridtjc Channel 13 (Cahlovlsion Ch. 4) 13 F f TUESDAY NIGHT C WED.JbSDA f Actors turn lo By nOM 7IIO.MAS HOLLYWOOD (AIM Qucs- :ion: do performers sucli us John Wayne, Ktamc May, I'dt't1 Uobort NCWMKHI, Sidney I'oiticr, Lcotitinl Nitnoy, Hip Torn, Jnck Uvinmon and Clint Eastwood have iji cotniison? Answer: All of them liavc lunuxl film director. A few stars have tried cHreel- ing once cud never repeated: Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, fiint Laneaster, .lames Cagncy, Most ador-dlrectors are ropea- lers, even llionfjh ttiey earn far less behind camera than they tlo in front of it. Take Clint East wood. He stands No. 2 among the moncy- mnking stars in the Motion lure Herald's animal poll of the- alre operators. Is first. KRTV Greuf Falls Channel 3 fCtiblevision Cb. 9) i i KiuHwood cotitd bo content to continue collecting millions for liis hard-fi.stpd. Lighl-lippcd trayals. Instead, he look on the added dulies of directing hist year's IMuy Misty for Me. Before the end of the year, he will direct two more films: High Plains Driver, a we.1 tern in which Kashvood will also star; mill IJrctvy. a contemporary story with William Holder; in the Icadim; role. WHY PIHKITV KaslwtHKi Uilkrd about his double career before leaving for Ihc High Sierra localicn.s for High Plains Drifter. Why do actors want lo direct? ''It's a logical plncc for an actor to move." suid the rangy actor, "unless lie's content to sil in his trailer between shots and do nothing else. I war; never .sal- irecting isficd to rio thai. I've always been an activist; I like the pic- ture business and I have a great curiasily about Play Misty for Me was well received at the box office, and most reviewers- agreed that Mast wood made a creditable debut as a director. Does this portend a tulM-imc career as rlirector? said Eastwood. "I llg- urc I've got a few more acting years ahead ot me, l wouldti'i up acting, and I'll certainly tiot direct all my own pictures, "Dirccling is hard work. You have to slay on lop of every- thing all day long, and it can be tiring. I learned to pace myself. It's not like acting, where you flowing of Antony and a i'M'i JlrUi.sli movie starring Char I Urn HcsLon. S1CIUKS SOLD To Sec Ourselves, the CBC-sc- iie-s of n half-hour television dramas based on stories hy C.v nadian authors, has been sold lo Canadian' Scottish Television, Revenue up RET) DKKK (CP) Oilfield Hauling Lid. and sidiarics had net income of or a sliaro for the nine months emterl June ;fO. compared with or rents a .share (lie; correspond- ing period. Wiley, a pipeline stringing company, gro.s.s rev- lo f r STARTS TOMORROW ot and p.m. MOVES DOWNTOWN THE FUNNIEST PICTURE IN YEARS SHOWING WED., THRU SATURDAY Greek cabinet changed ATHENS fAP) Premier George Papndopoukjs reshuf- flrd his army-haekef] regime j today lo I wo former right-wing members of parlia- ment, ft was the first time that dep- uties from Lhe parliament dis- solved hy an army tfikc-ovcr (ive years ago agreed lo join ihn regime. I Tlie two former deputies, Ocanllus rjamianos and Spyri- dnn Kjjtsota.'i, sworn in as umterMieretary fif national economy and assistant (o the premier, respectively. The new additions to the cab- inet, were considered a first al- templ by the grn'ornment lo bring the gEip IjcLwecn the ofd political order and .lie regime in a move toward eventual elections and restoration of de- mocracy. ll was second major re- shiifflc since January in (he government, which now has more than -SO ministers, alter- nate ministers and under- secretaries. Just a person who protecis children and other living things Adult _ No) for Children TONITE and WED. at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE CHILDREN -V Ifcinvy wanlwl in LAST TIMES TONiTE at nnrl p.m. I is..i FAMILY mt LAST TIMES TONITE tit und p.m. "ANDERSON TAPES" 1H COtOR SEAN NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER" in COLOR WIIH GENE HACKMAN CFCN shows profit CAJ.fJAHY (Cl'l _ CKCN Cnnimuniciitinn Ltd. of Cnlgnry earned J-IW.WI or 31.1 cents a sli.-ire for the six months ended .lime 311, from or 2 ko ecnls a shaio. Oross revenue rnse to Wi, mi incicfisr of per cent from for Hie fir.sl half last >car. Showffmes Sliort 1-M, fl: "Hilly .lack" f.n.sl 'Jvrx I'.MlA.MOr.Vr flMC.MA Kliorl Subjects '.I'M "L-ist of llw Hod Mril I.rrl Sliov.- IM-.MA .Short .Siibji'tl.-, '.i: 10 "What's Up Doc" 7 Complele .Show ACItKS DRIVIMN "Anrlcrsoi) "I Never for Mv I'Viliier" II f'oinr.Irfe Sho-.c CINEMA COLLEGE MALL ACHES-OF FREE PARKING STARTS TOAAORROW AT P.M. WILL BLOW YOU APART BYTHE MASTER OF ADVENTURE SERGIO LEONE ADULT N'OT SUITABtE FOR CHILDREN ROD COBURN-ROMOLo'vALLI SUCKER"