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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LE1HBKIDGE HERALD Saturday, Auguit 3, Trudenii was sloppy dresser TOKONTO ttie house? step over them, man. She's a wiiij; cvslomer." Then there ;ivc Hie reasons television sets won't work. "Dead mice inside, some- .imcF." says I.evine, 35. wliti 'las been in the business 15 "Or cockroaches. Tliey like the warmth and Ihe dark- ness." SEKVE AS HANKS Some set.1: won't v.'ork people hide ttieir money inside, says Hnth Hose, who takes Irouhle calls for her hus- band Jack in Washington Heights. Other times people forget how to turn them on. "Out of every 20 calls, T'll bcl we get two or three people can't rememlwr how to work the switch." says Mel Ressler. "The old sets had knobs you'd Lurn lo click them off and on. Now they've not knobs you pull ami push. And some people just can't get It." One repairman, who asked not to be identified, tells of particularly hectic day. "1 went up to a job in an apartment. Tlie woman said she didn't have any sound or any picture. 1 said, 'Of course you ilon't Somebody kicked your oul of the wall.' I put it hack in Ajid she owed rr.e the couple ol bucks it costs for my time driving over. But she wouldn'l pay. So I kicked the plug hack out of the wall, put in eight or nine tubes and charged her S30 smiled, paid rne and gavo ne a lip." The customers aren't always vrong. 'I had one guy working for me who fixed this lady's Hessler, "and stio called back hysterical, '1 can't urn it off. I can't turn it off.1 "So I figures maybe the switch wasn't any good. 'Pull out Hie I told her. And she called back a few minules later. Now she was really hys- terical. 'Kvcrything Is off ex- cept for the dial. It's still lit. And 1 can't get it lo go out. I couldn't believe this. 1 said, 'you just invented perpet- ual motion.' But I went over. And stie took me over to tho set. There was thus light inside, all light. The had left his flashlight in there and left it on will, the lifht shining through the French movie 7" T C1 lions in U.o. HOLLYWOOD (AP) It looked like a Hollywood film crow. But whe ti t be (li rec tor gave instructions to ilie actors, he spoke French. The company was filming in a motel in nearby Encino. Tho film. The Outside Man, is Ijcing produced for United Artists by .IncqiiGS Bar and directed by Jacques Dcray. It is sort of a reverse "runaway production." filmed by Krcnchmcn in Holly- wood. The lead actor of The Outside Man is France's hottest star, Jean-Louise Trinii'nant. Ho starred in A Man and a Woman, Z, My Night at Maud's, The Conformist nnd The Crook. In a hot summer day, Trinig- n ant was playing an imported gunman in a scene with Hoy Schcidcr. f 1 cue I lackman's buddy iii Tlic French Con- uection. Tbis is TrintignanL's first ex- perience wiUi nn American film company, nllhoutfli some of the key personnel are French. His rt'iiction: "t am amazed. We have o crew of 45 on Ihis picture. In France, ordinarily have no more than 25, and sometimes fewer than that. Many of (h pictures I have worked on i no x pensively we shot A Man and a Woman in 3Vz This picture will Iake mare than weeks." Holiday Show Times PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Mow You See Now you Don't" Complete Show Kunrlay Short "Subjects "Now You See Him, Now You Don't" Last Complete Show Mouilay Short Subjects "Now You Sec Him, Now Nudists meeting in Yugoslavia VRSAnr Yugoslavia (Ren- ter) Where Casanova once frolicked and In the lovers Book Your Vacation Truck and Camper NOW! 3 from all over the worTd are gathering for the 13th World Congress of While the great lover of tho 18th century came to this coastal resort to doclgo outraged husbands of the women he wooed and won, tha nudists flocked here to escape the pressure of mod- ern life and the restrictions of 20th-century clothing. They have no lapels on to which to pin identifying name they will have their names inscribed Instead on medallions hung round their necks. You Don't" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" l.nst Complete Show .Sunday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" One Complete Show IMonday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show I'OI.LIXJE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Duck You Sucker" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Duck You Sucker" One Complete Show Monday Short Subjects "Duck You Sucker" Last Complete Show rillEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "April Fools" "Something Big" One Complete Show Sunday and Monday "Twias of Evil" "FlaiKls of the One Complete Show SAFETY DEPARTMENT OFFERS Commercial Telling Bicycle Safety Training Snowmobile Safety Lccfvrei 1 Driver Education and Training 1 Advanced Defensive Driving Counei I Girl and Her Car Coursai School Sofery Palrol Training I Safety Education Leclurei ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd Ave. S., Lcthbridgo Phone 328-1771 Sizes for your convenience and enjoymentl Wo can also solve your MOVING PROBLEMS WITH A 1 TON TRUCK {Box and Tarp) ALSO AVAILABLE! PINTO MAVERICK TORINO GAIL DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. Avenue ond M.M. Drivo 5., Lolhbridgo Svx 1234 Phons 328-8661 FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM Common tense people weor HARDLITE LENSES Common Seme Lent Tn KXftc hard losin pfotoetive ]KIMI aro Law! Whyf They're ifuturprcot They're only half Uw might of onfirary They're bsckM by t warranty agaiort avsrhblo m YOUR fUtaipHon. who needt Speciollzing in the fitting of Eyo 'lJb'j Doctor's Prescriptions Sunglauei Fromei HWTI Mognifieri Repoirf ReoionohU Prieei OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7ir. ST 8. lETHBRIOOE Phone J27 TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY COMEDY: John Hyner Comedy Hour, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. The debut o{ a program of wacky humor 71111! wild iinprcs- with guests mid Frnnkio Avalon. SPOUT: Olympiad, 7 11.111.. Ch. 7. Interest focuses on Canada's Olympic hopefuls in track nnd lickl, gymnastics, nnd diving. INTKUVIKW: rnthcH's lipnprnl Slorn, p.m., Ch. 7, "Cypress Hills" is UK? Ionic with special guest Ian MacLcnn of the Historic Sites Service. SPECIAL: "The Anilcrsonvilto 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A dramatic reconstruction of the world's first war-crimes trial with William Shadier heading nn all-star cast. MOVIK SCIKNCK FICTION: "Colossus: The Forhin 9 p.m., Ch. 7, An absorbing bailie of wits he- twee n man a maclmic with dazzling computer gad- gctry. VARIETY: Tommy Hanks Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Charles Lynch, chief of Southam News Service, offers anec- dotes from his years as a foreign correspondent and he also plays the harmonica! MOVIE DRAMA: "The L-Shapcd 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A pregnant French moves Into a Ijondon apart- ment building whore she becomes involved in the lives of her fellow lodgers. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tim Shop on Main 12 mid- infill, Ch. J3. A film depicting tlic of a Jewish. shopkeeper and a carpenter luring the Nazi occu- pation. SUNDAY SPOUT: Pro Soccer, p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Cosmos challenge ttic Toronto Metros in a game already under way. DOCUMENTARY: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. "West i.s West" is a report on Prairie farmers from the foothills of AlrMjrt.i. SPOUT: Golf, 3 p.m., Cli. 13. Final action in the PGA Championship from Mich, MOVU: WESTERN: p.m., Ch. 13. A gunfighter's plsu to swindle a wealthy rancher is side- tracked. FAMILY: World of Disney, C p.m., Ch, 7. A repeat of a two-part lale about smugglers and young detectives. COMEDY: The Super, p.m., Ch. 7. Joe's whole building Is quarantined as the tenants argue whether it's bubonic plague or German measles. drama; 8 p.m., Ch. 7, Racketeers, threat- ened by a constable, fid out to frame Iliu policeman for bribery. ADVKNTUHK: "Flight of Arctic 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A repeal of the adventure flight by seven young Canadians across the North Atlantic lo Europe and nrounl Hie world. NEWS SPECIAL; Cuba, p.m., Ch. 7. A report from Ron ColHsltii' on his recent visit to Cuba. MOVIE WKSTKKLV: "Good Day For p.m., Ch. 7. A former lawman wJlr.csst'.s a murder and decides lo capture the killer but his daughter is in love with Uie boy and refuses lo believe lie's responsible, MONDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Man 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A detective involved In international ir.irigue while trying In recover a stolen diamond. MOVIK DHAMA: "Campbell's Kingdom." 1 p.m., Ch. n. A young man arrives in Canada to lake over his lalo grandfather's land. SroriT: Hnsclmll, p.m., Ch. 0. The Atlanta Braves meet the lien's In Cincinnati. MOVJI-; DltAiMA: "Tho Other 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A neglected wife is drawn into an affair Ibat leads lo murder, .SI'KCIAL: "ChlUHiond: The Knchangcd p.m., Cli. 13. A repeal of an engaging study covering the childhood years from birth to pre-srhodl clays, JYJKKVIKW: Distinguished Canadians, JlltfO fj.m., Ch. 7. Pierre Juneau, chairman of the CIITC ami the man re- sponsible for the increase in Canadian content on TV, is iiv- lervie-.vcd. INTKUVJEW: Mcrv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13, Spe- cifit guests arc Orson Bean, Ta.sha CV.rol Cook, Ted Knight, Hob and Ray. TUKSDAY MOVIR DRAMA: "The Houston I p.m., Ch. 7. A shrewd oil worker devises o scheme which would enable him to steal oil and gasoline from companies in the Hous- ton srea. MOVIB COMEDY: "Bachelor of 1 p.m., Ch. U. A German boy studying cl Cambridge pays raoro nt- tion lo a lovely girl than Ills studies. ANGLO'S Radio TV CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATUflDftV NIGHT Jusllce Sunday al 9 Olympiad !c) Ono northern Puckcfl'i General Summer [c> 51cro fc> Trial li-W) Hews 10: CO Tommy Uanki (c) Telcprofce 1 11 :M Arnoid Pal Celebrity F'ulling Movie: L Shaped Room lUNOAY Crossroads Gorpcl Hour Faith fcr Today Nivrjii Miller 11 :00 UnllrniPinJ 1! :30 Reach (or rrio (op TBA Sccctr Country World T. Butler's Best I Spy Pelllcoaf Juncllon Odd Couple (c) Partridge Family (c) Cannon (c) This K rhc Law Ol All F'er.fjlo o '72 MONDAY Farm and Ctly Today Room Mf, Up (q) Friendly Glan! [c> Cncr Melon Street (c) rV.cHale'i Wavy r S Inside L summer Town f. Live In 30 rjiiUri ct NtuM HerjMnd Malar TUESDfiT Farm Romper Wr Dreisup Friendly Giant Cut, Print Tha Super (t) 5: 'JO Garner Iflsh Pyle Houslon r Take 30 Edge ot Nigh) rnmily Courl Dfop In llwjtt Spcrf J.ick Oliver J.ick Nt-ufel Jflck SUNDAY Leo Uorfv SATURDAY MIGHT MONDAY l Clnrk Leo Do1. Dave CJOC Pelcr Snw BIci 5-inaj UlAcKfCfir h Bury! Clark CHEC Lino L.en John Oliver King cr Jack Thyi 'Walker 111D World fll Six Jchn Hc-queil John Chflrlei Doug Andencn CFCN-TV Lefhhridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY MIGHT Uows (C) ft: 10 Oil Repcrl [c] Arctic J tJcws (ct !c) Oil Pcnlecost Preienl: HMS Queillc-n GriMin Srvo- MONDAY ThctOhl fcr Ir W.ovJlh: Rupert Benr fct Sno r-on rV.arn Street in Scivln SUNDAY (c) LiU- Young (c) 6-M Rnlling on Rive Cnlossui Tfi-iijglil for House of Frlghren- Day or Discovery stein (c) Oral Roherll 55 llorlii fc) 10-30 Hoij AM About Tacts (c) i: W Seal Ihe Clock The Olhtr Wjtn The F.ncnanlcd Yeflri Pio end Irr.nside tc] i News r nils Plwre Barton tf.erv Griffm TUESDAY I Thraghl for Dny ;30 Ruperf Dear fc) iniiilq from (hi Ournidc Ccnllrktnral Hollilay John Charles Doug ;.niJc-rion Tho Enlcrfafncfi Terry Vryjl Hour o( Sirn'.hlna Cvangcl ____ Iho: Concern TUESDAY Rob Ingram fAOIJDAY (-CO f Of Symphony Jim EllloT Jlrn Ell'lotl BlacKfoot Indian CBC Phdna Dill Sti Prcgram Wlhr, Snt-rt Barry Solo F'none nil! Show News ana 0 NC'ivi Barry Prfcei Sctpr.CB Probe I ionp-.y Wlfir, LlnB Voice I World at Six i In SATURDAY HIGItT Beryl Clark Jotin Chnrlei i- CHEC FM -A- News Hourfy Wthr. Half Hour Jack rsl OuldoTf Sporrsmao Rex Humbard tc) CXn fc> Wicu (e) Call rne Penlcccret Present: FJImboard PGA Golf Untarr.eiJ Branded 212 F.imily Squad (c) Bird i KesXin DIcX Van DyXe Campbells KlnrjtJo What's Ihe Worti To Today fr> Montana lodriy -e) fiijT roncenlj-ation fc) In Snlo Cr.ncenir.iHon ir (cl Sali: c-f Century Jcoparfly Turni Thrj SATURDAY H1CIIT Identities Music Dfl Cherno'jj So'unn CDC Stngo [JKIinqulsricd J Artisll Antliolcgy lO'O] Jajr Canrir Du-.h and Safcn 10-30 II OlCrJIflt-o SUNDAY News, Wlhi Wirjrnln'j Concert V 7M! Children's Sfr-rlri Morning Sunrfav Mignlnt MONDAY Sunday Supplemcn) 6M Hyo Opfnei Tlrre Slirnnl M I CApit-if Re port It nl Six OuneJvii Ouchcc Mow Wlhr, Spoff From Five Nfutitl A TUESDAY rye Opener J Ihii C Tlrr.e Rcmflmtwr Sundny Frifndi J'll Thai Tnikn II (r Rur CLCC over Cnbl Caro Ch. 7 Mondciy ihru Friday ifiwt DOUB Alfolr 3: 'JO fAy Ihrco Sen Llylo fc) :10 Fomily Affai Lucy f KFBB-TV Greaf Foils Cfiannof 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Roorn (c) TOA 7.M Arrni RflCfl Uio Defpril Bureau Ar.rt Hrfnre 1 Din VXD Jflrnct Hargh Tyler Lawi-enco MONDAY Movie: Fly fjf TUESDAY U.15 rU'Ai (c) Capltin Kangaroo I: CO Fi' V; JO Audrey (c) OjMh'i tc> Gournr.'t LnLnnr.a fc] 10.00 Iltrirt It fcl If) i'. IK'Ai fr) Grillr.r.lni Gnurn-eT Wncre Heiirt M Ail LMMren in.v, tc W.-iVT A Dr-nl r.r.irrtt TJp.vlyv.ffJ Garr.o All Children fcl a (c) Oni lo Llv-r li.f-1 ol Our l.ljfil Storm [C> on IrlGi Onft Life 1o L Gnrno Oirr I fr.) t.Vi I II r 3. r'l in Family Al Tliis Summer Toke A Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also In stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS ttlcteo ana tf-'fiotopiavfiir. Center 419 5th St. 5. Phono 328-6661 "WE PERSONAUY SERVICE fVERYlKIMO SELL" ;