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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1572 Earth. Warm People' Documentary on Indonesia The people, places and cul-j hire of 'Indonesia an equator- straddlirig ration of 3.000 islands and some 122 million inhabi- tants of a cteen ethnic back- grounds are the subjects of Wet Earth. Warm People, a full-hour NFS documentary to be colorcast Wednesday, Aug. S at 8 p.m. or, the CBC-TVi and its people by means of network. National Film Board direc- tor Mike Bubbo employs much judiciously photographed edited tiocumcntary sequences. Wet Earth. Warm People is de- Saigon' He communicates his criss-crossed the country mak- personal impressions of Indon-! ing this documentary. SATURDAY, AUG. 5 Morning QJ Farm News QJ Jerry Lewis Q Telecourse QJ Road Runaer QJ Funky Phantom EJ Harlem Globetrotters 0 Bear Euncb QJ Jactson S Q Pebbles 0 Bewitched Q Archie QJ Lidsville QJ Curiosity Shop Q Sabrina Q Pussycats Q Fireball X1V5 QJ Jenny Quest Q Spiderman Q The Monieos Q You Are There (JJ Lancelot Link Q Marine Boy CD American Bandstand Captain Scarlet Q Children's Film rest i {0 FEATURING Automatic Fine Tunrnp 5-Yr. Warranty plan Accucolor ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-5020 Don't Miss Out On The Savings Of One Of The Great Models Of HONDA way to Z50A Mini-Trail This tcugh liitle bike big fun to ride. 50ec overhead com engine and 3-speed gear- box give you the go you need over tho open jpcco; or blaze the trails. And when you gcT beck from the ends of 'he earth, you fold your Z5CA Mini-Trail up eOiily ond 5tow it in the trunk of your cor. Until the you're ready lo take on world. Regular NOW ONLY..... AMPIE PARKING LETHBRiDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 Closed Monday. Open Doily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday c.m. to 9 p.m. TTY Southern Alberta's largest and Molt Progressive Motorcycle Dealer SL.-A JS CD EjJ 53 QJ I S3 I 0 i 0 I JD Thought for the Dny Rocky and his Fri Tumblcweed Lncrossc Finals Baseoafi Vnderdog Roller Sports Digest Lacrosse World of Spons Sports Week Bags Bvimy Wrestling Tennis Scoobey Doo PGA Golf World of Man is My Business World of Sports (g) News Bugs Bunny gj Hee Haw Lee Trevino JB Room 222 (0 News fj Under Attack CM) TEA EJ John Byner Show S3 Oil Report i E Kingo Bingo -----J0 Like Young Q) Movie: Fireball 300 0 Olympiad Q Bolt! Ones Q Puckctt's General S-.ore O Rollin' On The Rivor g) Movie: TEA gj Andersonvilie iriais Movie: Colossus Q) Lawrence Wclk ffl Longstreet (9) News Q Nichols Q Tommy Banks f7] News (TTJ News (B News (Tj Tclcprobs 7 Qj News (ES News Don Messor fj Arnold Palmer Q Human Dimension (Q Movie: Showdown at Boo'.hil! I O Movie: L Shaped P.oom I Movie: Shop on Main Street DID YOU KNOW? You can rent paint iprnyers. laddejS, cement mixers, tents, cribs, cots, shampooers, San- ders! ho'sts, lawn mowers, rollers, filers, etc., at WARD'S SERVICES 1712 2nd Avc. S. 328-8775 Open 7-7 ex. Sun, and nol. THE TOMMY BANKS SHOW-The Music Man? Charle? Lynch, a columnist, writer, radio-TV personality ond chief of Southam News Services, Ottown Bureau, counts ploy- ing the harmonico cs one of his many talents. He's a guest of Tommy Banks on Saturday, August 5 at 10 p.m. (in color) on the CEC-TV network. Last major golf tourney to be telecast August 6 On Sunday. Al.pust 0-. at 3 p.m., the CTV Television Net- work telecasts the final day's play Li the last major golf tour- nament on the 1972 PGA Championship'' from the Oakland Hills Golf Club in Birmingham, Michigan. The PGA is the lest of the "Big Four" tournaments this year and attracts a star-filled field of the world's top golfers. They will be competing for S2CKJ.IHV3 in prize money as well as the prestige of a major championship win. Jack NicklaiLs is the defend- ing PGA champion. However. at time of press, his status as a player in the PGA is in doubt following surgery on an infect- ttl finger. who hoping to win the Grnnd Slam of'international Mas- ters. U.S. Open, the British Open and the PGA. narrowly i missed winning the prestigious I British Open by one stroke !o Lee Trevino. Bassauo gets TV on Ch. 10 CFCX-TY went on tl-.e air in Bassano ot p.m. P.assano now CFCN- i TV on channel 10. The satellite transmit! .r antenna was mounted 100 feet above tho i ground on a water lower. Get- I ting the transmitter installed was a project of the Bassano Television Association, to im- prove television reception in their area. NEED PRESCRIPTION? WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAYS A WEEK! Cords Accepted! "The People's Drug Store" 418 13 St. N. Phone 327-3445 Open Mon. thru Sot. 9 to 9 Sundays and Holidays 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Downtown THE FINEST IN CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT Li-'NCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS; Open Doily S am. to 8 p.m. C'csed on Sundoyfl ond Holidoysl 612 3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-7511 Exclusive Ihls week on CableVision SATURDAY. AUG. p.m.-Channel 1 BASEBALL-Baltimore vs Boston Red Sox AUG. 6-1.00 P Channel 9 AAU INTERNATIONAL on Fiold AUG. p.m.-Channel 9 EASESAlt-Ailanlo Breves Cincinnati Recs WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9-6 p.m.-Channel 1 HAMILTON TIGCU CATS vs B.C. LIONS ;