Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE nilAiMA: "The liithilay 6 p.m., Oi. 7. A salesman is .sent to prison for trying to smuggle a wiisl watch through customs. SI'OKT: 1'ro PonllMill, C p.m., Ch. 0. Hamilton Tiger- Cats lake on tho British Columbia Lions in Vancouver. (Taped Aug. 8.) DOCUMENTARY: liarth. Warm 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A portrait o[ Indonesia, a nation that lives on islands. SI'OKT: Pro Kimlball, Cli. 13, The Toronto Argo- nauts mcel the Rouflhridcrs in Keginy. MOVIE DHAMA: "Coin' Down (lie 0 p.m. Ch. 7. A moving study of hvo young men doomed to social failure. This is a repeat of the 1D70 award-winning Cana- dian movie. INTERVIEW: Puckctt's General Wore, p.m., CM. 7. Father Tessier is the special guest and he and host Jerry Fuckctt talk about Father Lacomhc. MOVIK DHAMA: 12 midnight, Cil, 7. The tragic love story of Carmen, based on nizct's opera. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13. A columnist, author, news correspondent, astrologer and ac- tress are the guests, THURSDAY MOVIK WESTERN: "Guns Knr Fort 1 p.m., Ch. 7. An officer sets out to warn the women of Texas alHillt retaliatory Indian raids. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Geisha 1 p.m., Clf 13. A third-rate magician goes wild on a U.K.O. tour of Japan. For Jerry Lewis fans. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programi ire lilted by. radio and lehvliion llalloni. Any variation In program schedule ii due to lait- ailnula changes by the italleni and ti net the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributers Sloreo and Photographic Centre. Roger Clionnon Contemporary Sports Morley McGill Contemporary News THURSDAY Leo Dcw Bury, John Oliv.r Chedlna WEDNESDAY NIGHT Sid Paul Tester 3'M Dflve cjoc WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY WCfJd at Six Jim fclMol Jchn Walker PC Request Line John Charles Rar am. Terry Vcqt Probo Hews, W1hr, Spun News and Grain John Walker World of Sfx MOlf. THRU SAT. Don Concern (Dob CHEC FM if Mows Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour Ccnsle) Dan Hedrr Don MacMasfer Sign Off C8R Radio 1010 Calgary WEDKESDAY NIGHT Orchestra ?Jc World at Written In Rccfc SfccKmar If Happens Take '.I Concern THURSDAY 3.-0 Newsj Eye Opener Home R From flic CapilaU World el a A wrex Eye Opener Wcrld Vuricouver Chsrnbcr This Country As It H CLCC News Hourly Weather Half Hour Davfl Oberg Major News 6: IS Carol Se Major News Gnsitn- John This Summer Take A SONY 9" On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo ana tPkotoplapliic Centet 4T9 5th St, S. Phono 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CciblevisTon Ch. 6} SDAY KtGHT McHnle's I ;DO M'TvIc: Guns Forl Pdlleoal F.vnily Cour! Dr Iri CFCN-TV Icthbrtdge Channel 13 [Cahlevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY HlGfil Pierre nerlr.n Bcfll I he ClotK Family AM-nr GriMin Movie: 30 I Drrnm Ic.innle THURSDAY GelsMa Day A BEAD ON THE BEST Mrs. M. P. Smith of Nashville, Tenn., one of organizers of the first annual film collectors film festival held Aug. 3-5 In Memphis, gets the jump on four western heroes attended the event Don "Red" Berry, Max "Alibi" Ter- hune, Russell Hayden and Lash Larue. The festi- val 150 western film buffs lo 1 M features. Lcs Feux Follets Freedom stations get reprieve CHARLOTTETOWN fCP) Lcs Feux Follets, in a rebirth of the original dance troupe, opened to a warm reception at ho Ctarlotlctown Festival his week. Director Alan Lund had the cast in three weeks of rehear- i prior to the opening show in new home for the group, ounded eifiht years ago but disbanded because of financial .roubles. Tlic audience WES rcatcd to a series of dances depicting the ethnic background of many ef Canada's races, from the lively movements of Eastern Europe through stately Indian rituals to the jigs and hornpipes of the Scots and Irish settlers. One of the highlights was the presentation of a new dance suite based on composer Gor- don Ughlfoot's story of the building of the national rail- road, The Canadian Railroad Trilogy. The show had a rousing Klon- dike finish, complete with a bar-room brawl. UOI.F TREKS Wolf trees are trees with many branches which have grown up in the open before the forest closed around them. WASHINGTON (Reuter) Congress has approved leg- islation authorizing United States funds for the operation of Radio Free Europe and Ra- dio Liberty lor another year. Final action came when the IIouso of Reprcsentiitives voted to 17 in favor of a stopgap measure, requested by the Nixon administration, author- izing million for the two stations for the financial year ending June 30, 1973. Tho bill provides funds for another year until a special study commission proposed by President Nixon would submit recommendations to Congress on methods of future funding. Actress ilics HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Joi Lansing, a blonde, buxom actress, died Monday night o cancer, St. John's Hospital sak Tuesday. She was 37. The heau'Jful actress, whose face was familiar lo TV movie viewers, had been opcr ated for cancer in 1970 and als suffered from severe anemia, a hospital spokesman said. SHALLOW WATER The Japanese salamander 1: found only in swift mountain streams, some of which are sr small that there is hardl; enough water lo cover the five- foot-lonf! creature. 1251 3rd Avenuo South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. IDA GAME PICTURE FRAME BONUS JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no bingo called offer 55 wo will conlinue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, AUG. FRIDAY, AUG. GtOWS" SATURDAY, AUG. HITS AND A MISS" The stations, which broadcast o the Soviet Union and Eastern ;urope, have been funded pre- iously by the U.S. Central In- elligence Agency. The stations have come under ire from some members of lotigrcss, particularly Senator Auguit 9, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Ancient enmity to be forgotten GLASGOW fCP) Ancient valries will he forgotten as ic heads of the Scottish clans ampbell 2nd Macdonald meet n Toronto Aug. 18 to attend the .'orld premiere of the hour-long ilm Massacre at Glencoe. Financed by David Mac- ionaW Stewart, head of the flacdonald Tobacco Co. of Mon- rcal, the film is based on the 692 murder of members of the Macdonald clan by the Camp- bells. It stars James Robertson lustice, rugged Scottish char- acter actor, Justice is a wcll- falconer and friend of Prince Philip. The film was shot in ahout 17 (Jays wiUi a budget of The Duke of Argyll, chief of the Campbell clan, will attend the premiere, along with the duchess. Also at the opening, ii the Ontario Science Centre al Toronto, will be Lord Moc- donalrj, chief of the Macdonak lands at Sleat, on the Me of Skye, threatened by death duties. The British premiere Is [o take place later (his year. The site has not yet been se- lected. Patty weds BETHESDA, Md. (AP) Ac- tress Patty Dnko and actor John Astin were married here last weekend. But there was no announce- ment, photographers and re- porters were barred from the ceremony, and Miss Duke's manager ran up to each arriv- ing guest and requested that they say nothing. Miss Duke, 26, who won an Academy Award in 1962 for her role as Helen Keller in the Mir- acle Worker, was married twice previously. Astin, who starred in the television series, clan. He v.ill he accompanied Addams Family, also had by Lady Macdonald. I wedjoefore A number of other well-' known figures have accepted: invitations including Gen. Sir Henry Lcask, head of the Brit- ish army in Scotland. Proceeds will be devoted to the clan inter- national appeal to buy clan DSETRECH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbrdetr. J. William Fulbrighl, chairma of the Senate foreign relations j committee. Fulbright has argued that Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty are propaganda relics of the cold war and should be phased out. COLLEGE NOW SHOWING and p.m. TOM NEALE in 1952 and 1971 Grade B actor Where "WILURD ended begins. NOW SHOWING p.m. Master of Shock A Shocking ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S _ _______ RESTRICTED A UNIVERSAL RELEASE ADULT 6 00 News Triot I fr fl.10 Rtjpcr O.-rlor in tde House 9 MS f rtr.ni CFL Vwrri Sir House '1J Moin (c.) dl lor Day Rc tha Good g AnDlher World (c) It) of Frigrden- You Can Do fc> Rnlman fc) itched Ntwi All About facet family Affair KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CahlevHion Ch. 9) MO MIGHT CUn Pro Govfrricr an'1 JJ McdiCAl Ccnlro I7nwj lontghf SVtnw THURSDAY Our World Sliti-A- 8.00 Tcdsy In MonMnfl Hion Another World ___ ho Onlury Edge of Nlghl 9.30 Squaroi Love American Jeopardy Slyle (c) wno, WJi.il, Whore Family Alf.ilr (c GflinoicJ Lury Show fAy Tfireo Snni Ltivo Is fl Alflny HillbllHi Splendorcd Thing ,-35 KFBB-TV Great FalJs Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch, Tl) WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY Dfal F Ann News It) Ltfi Nettft 6.CO Newt "'I" Alias Smllh anj 6-30 ________ _ _. (c) Captain Kanijaroo Life Hie DinahX Placi Our Lives Audrey (c) on Kflll Gnllopinfl Dftliia Ga lhn Spllj Seen SOUTHERN ALBERT CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre color. Starring Steve McQueen. Wednes- day, August 0 show at p.m. Adull, FORT MACIEOD Empress Theatre "CLAY PIGEON" In color. Slnrriiif; Telly Savalns. Wednesday, August S. Show at p.m. Restricted Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre (DOLLARS) Slnrring Goldie Hawn and Warren nontty. Wrtlnesday, August Sirow at p.m. Tie- strirlcd Adult. ".MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS" Starring Vanessa tied- grave, (ilcndn .lacksoii, Patrick McGoonan. Starls Tlmrsday, August 10. TAEEK Sky Vue Drive-ln 'limisd.-iy. AuRU.sl ID is Nicht pr "TUT, MOONSIIIN'K color. Starring Ricliard Wid- in.irk nnd Pol.rirk McGoohan. Thursday ovcnini" cartoon ftarls Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT'S THi: JIATTEn WITH HELEN" Wednesday and Thursday, AiiRust I) and 10. Shows at and HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) j Former actor Tom Neal, vvliose stormy career included a prison sentence for slaying Iiis wife and n celebrated fist fight with film star Franchot died at is home Viere Monday. Authorities said they believed the death was from "natural causes." Neal, he-man star of a num- lier of B-gradc movies, was re- I leased from prison last year afer serving six years for kill- ing his wife Gail. He was con- victed of involuntary man- slaughter after she died from a bullet wound in her iiead. Neal hit (he world headlines in 1951 when he and Franchoi Tone had an early-morning battle over (he affections of late r.ctrcss Barbara Paytoii. Tone so Ijadly beaten up in the fipht on Miss Payton's front lawn that he was sent to hospital. Tone married Miss Payton a fev.- months later but when'he and Hiss Payi.on were di- vorced, she licccme romanti- c-ally involved with Neal again. The fight put an end lo Neal's film career which had included pictures as "the Fly- ing Tigers and First Yank over Tokyo. He moved to Palm Springs and took a job as a landscape gardener. Short Last Complete CINE.MA Short "What's fp Complele Slwv.- n.2" COI.I.KCK CINKMA Short Last Coniplrle 'iliKKN ACIiKS DRIVE-IN Gyro 15 "Seven Golden "Billy One Complr-to Show iday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account- Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy ihem more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN TONITE and THURS. at S p.m. --HJIOIII TWO- DDIUE REEN ACRES UKIVfc-IN JUNCTION OF MJYOfi MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY JTONITE, THURS., FRI., SAT. Just a person who protects children and other living things JACK Hit No. 2 "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" JOMIAUGHUH DELORES TAYLOR IW COIOR ADUVT -NOT SUITABLE FOR CHIIOREN GYRO BINGO TONITE ONLY JACKPOT IF WON IN 54 NOS. 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