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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IE1HORIDGE HERALD Solurday, August 12, 1972 og? ivanls SGHLIG NTS TORONTO Robert n Montreal singer whose alhum culled says he to at- tract ;m uu- dicnce. The French .singer, whose al- bums arc sold across the world, said in jm internw IIL'IV in- is iiiL> to record EI single record in English. "You all seem like Ameri- cans to me lie said. "You drive Hie same cars, .speak Ihe same language, watch the same movies. He .said lie's recording the single to tie called Halloween in Hollywood because tio likes writing solids in English. :Tm a uiueii-iit iii English. I'm a swooner they conio before crooners." RATl'lllMY 5IOVIK DKAMA: "War anil 7 p.m., Cli. II. I'ait I of the 1907 Russian classic based on Tolstruy's inaslcr work. JNTKIIVIKW: I'licki'd's General Store. p.m., Cli. 7. Jim Blower of the Provincial Museum in Edmonton is (he, special guest nnil he talks about the Yukon gold rush and the effect it had on Alberta's capital city. SI'KCIAL: Chicago Conspiracy Trial, fi Ch. 7. Ai> acclaimed re-enactment of the Chicago 7 conspiracy trial. MOVIK S1YSTEHY: "Tony 0 p.m., til. 13. Frank Two great concerts with love from Earth Breeze And Introducing "SKIP FRAZER" Tomorrow Might, Son., Aug. 13, 9 p.m.-l a.m. Plus hifmaker of "NEW YORK CLOSED TONIGHT" Special Guest 'BARRY GREENFIELD" SATURDAY, AUG. 19 Both shows in the Lethbridgu Exhibition Pavilion S3.00 Advance At The Door TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S, MUSICLAND AND JEAN JUNGLE Convictions under Drug Act down OTTAWA per cent during the second quarter of 1972 com- pared with the same period in 1971. The quarterly report of con- victions published by Hie fed- eral health department showed narcotic convictions for April to June totalled A year ear- lier the report showed convictions. Convictions for simple posses- sion of n eludes marijuana and hashish as welt as opiate.-, and other "hard" compared with n year earlier. In the first quarter of tills year, convictions for simple possession were compared with a year earlier. The report also showed eight convictions under Hie food and drug sections involving manu- facturers. In June, the Golden Wheat Bakery of Winnipeg was fined for n violation involving manufacturer and storage of food under unsanitary condl tions, [lie report said. Other violations for which convictions were made included excessive bacteria in milk, manufacturer of donuts under comlitioas and illegal sales of a drug requiring a pre- scription. 4, v ViAf X iifivier sets in Beautiful British Columbia The golden days of summer mergo with the (jolclon days of autumn. And ths fun on. Fishing and water sports on dozens of laker, and salt-scented Pacific covns. Golf on richly scenic, cvorgrnon courses. Sparkling night life in Vancouver. Fabulous riightseoinrj. in the island capita! of Victoria. And above the joy of viewing unspoiled natural hnauty ?.r. yon travel rnarjnificient mountain highway.'; and cruise coaitM If you can't mate it for a summer holiday in British Columbia, don't bo discouraged. The fun is only beginning. Visitor's Kit, nrr.onvsnllon information, Rovnrnrnent of Rrili.'.h Coliunbia, 1010 otrof.-r. Victoria, tiritiih Sinatra plays n touKli eye Involved odd- ball I'hiiractcrs, liluekrnail and murder. VAIIIKTY: Tiiinniy llanlis filiow, p.m., Cli. 7. Coilll- Iry-westurn star (lordie Tapp recalls the boners that plagued his "Country Hocduivit" scries in Ilio days nf live telecasts SIOV1K nUAMA: "Fall 12 Cli. 7. A doomsday tiirillcr which focuses on llm tcnso hours after the. U.S. accidentally launches n nuclear attack on Moscow S10VIK COAIKDV- 12 midnight. Cli. 13. A comaly aljoiit a playlxiy who falls In love with his chauf- feur's daughter. SUNDAY SI'OKT: 1'ru Soccer,, Ch. 7. 'Hie Dallas Torna- does meet the Montreal Olympic in a gnmo already in progress. Vntnnird World, 5 p.m.. Cli. I.I. Plant and animal life on the B.C. coastline are filmed. MOVIK DltA.MA: "irdl Ilclou' A girl journeys to Ihe Antarctic to investigate Ihe death of licr father. l''A5HLY: of Disney. B p.m., cli. 7. Conclusion erf "The Strange Monster of Strawberry COMEDY: The, Super, p.m., Cli. 7. Joe goes on a crash diet Lilt loses more friends than pounds. DRAMA: p.m., cli. 1. A duty to her client Is upirermost in Harriet's mind as she discovers a legal precedent which might help his case. SPECIAL: i) p.m., Cli. 7. An underwater adventure with a Canadian expedition exploring dm treacher- ous reef off the British Virgin Islands. Flight nf Arctic, 7, 0 p.m., Ch. 7. The valley of the Loire River in France Is the destination on this third leg of a round-the-world tour, SPECIAL: Life ol Leonardo ila Vinci, p.m., Cli. a. Introducing an award-winning five-part series of this giant of the Italian Renaissance. 1NTKHV1KW: Mcrv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13. Men- sa- lutes "blondes" on this show featuring Carol Channing, Eva Gabor and Charo. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Everjthing's 1 p.m., cli. 7, A brash sailor and his bumbling side-kick find a talkins duck. MOV1K ADVENTURE: "Supcrargo Against 1 p.m., Ch. n. Superargo seeks to thwart a uranium tlucf plotting world domination. Elderly steamboat pilots to make sentimental trip YELL OWKNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) A modern powcrfioal will week as r.iirvivinH pilots make a sentimental journey on (he Mackenzie Hiver. The trip may lie the final voyage for the elderly pilots who guided (heir vessels from the Alberta boundary to the Arctic coast nt the start of the century. Henry 78, plied his craft at the peak of the fur trade that opened Ihe western Arctic nwl, as he travels north, will pass the modern diescl- >owered lugs and liufic barges hat have replaced the flimsy craft of years ago. He will accompanied Ijy Fred Herons, 73, Jonas I.affer- ty. 70, Mcrcredi, 71, I'eier Mancleviltc, 70, and Phil Bameau. Tltcy arc the only ones of 20 surviving river pilots able to make tiio commemriralive trip, a project of the Northw.set Ter- ritories Metis Association aided by the Territorial government and Northern Transportation, one of the .shipping firms oper- ating from Hay Jlivor. Many are too old and and some, still employed wilh transport firms that ship freight to Aretic settlement, can't get away. is pleased Jo present direct from Great Falls, Monlarm and Phoenix, Arizona "Bruce Templeton" Aug. 14th to Aug. 19th For Your Listening and Dancing Pleasure IN THE LOUNGE Members nnd InviloJ Guests ANGLO'S Programs Ililod by the radio and Any varlgllan In program jo'lcul- change, by ihe ilallomj an3 li not tlbUlty of tha Herald or Anglo Olilrlbutpri Sfif.o and Photographic f CHEC floger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGHI Contemporary News SATURDAY Jiick NewlrlU t-on p.iui letter iUNOAt MONDAY fji'svi, SpoMl Paul Tes-ilf r U'UO I i j P'ivi Jack Oliver 7-09 Harry H'.-riMnrl Jclm Olivrr Jn'.k Nftufeld I'iva 1'in'i CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT DCIHJ Anderson SUNDAY News Rob Ingram AllanlJc Sympho Blackroat Indian Prcgrom Solo Uewj Sunshine Concern science MONDAY cf Prnn'iotv Jlrn niict Sunday Matjjjilna Snow [Jlu BnnJi mikMwjl Indian John Iria Enlerf.lincrs Hour cl Occhicn '.Vl Vr CHEC FM VV News Hourly Wllir. Half Hour CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY HIOHT Capital The Scene TliaV Ain.iteur Golf n Cc ChflrnpfonihTpi Conli Music Ue Cfiernoui Cartu C BC Sltigc Summ Champion Ion Flddlen I'Jl Road Tha AtjaJn Major Progression tJiv-i SUNDAY Sdunrt el 5porl Morning Concert Sunday Theatre ChUdrcn'i Slorlci Gilmcvr's Altji Sunday rViornlnij IQ'OO News 5'jnday Marjailna Jfljj Suppltmr-nl Time Collago CLCC CICC over Cablcvjsian 7 Monduy iJnn Friday Dive John Marakofl 230 DOUN News fJowv This Summer Take A On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable cilso in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleieo and Cetifci 419 5th St. 5. 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