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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TV highlights TUESDAY SPORTS: CFL Football, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Montreal Allouettes take on the Rough Riders in Ottawa. Live. MOVIE DRAMA: Pray for the Wildcats, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A cruel advertising agency client forces three agency employees to accompany him on a desert trip. Andy Griffith, William Shatner, Robert Reed. 1974, 2 hrs. MOVIE WESTERN: The Fiend Who Walked the West, p.m., Ch. 11. An outdoor yarn characterized by violent action Hugh O'Brien, Robert Evans, Dolores Michaels. 1958 2 hrs MOVIE COMEDY: High infidelity, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Four short stories reflecting sexual attitudes. Claire Bloom, Monica Vitti. 1964, 2 hrs. WEDNESDAY MOVIE THRILLER: Island of Terror, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Cancer-cure experiments produce a breed of deadly turtlelike creatures. Edward Judd, Peter Cushing, Carole Gray. 1966, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule Is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Tuesday, August LETHBRIDGE Broadcast hearing OTTAWA The Cana- earlier than previously an- dian Radio-Television Com- nounced, to consider 12 mission will hold public applications dealing with hearings here Sept. 9, one day broadcasting licences. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TRIPLE IRONS" in color. Tuesday, Wednesday, Aug. 13, 14. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "AMERICAN GRAFFITTI" HELD OVER Tuesday, August 13, show at p.m. SPECIAL PRICESJ ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CHARLEY VARRICK" in color. Starring Walter Matthau. Tuesday, Wednesday, August 13, 14. Tuesday show p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. No waves CHEC 1090 Tuesday thru Friday a.m. Wayne Barry Farm News News. Weather. Sports Wally Hild Checline p.m. Roy Rennick News. Weather. Sports Grain Prices and Call of the Land Jack Neufeld News. Weather. Sports Paul Tessier a.m. Rod McDonald News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after. Bob Hesketh CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 World at Six Phone Bill Show HOur of Information News and Grain Prices Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday a.in Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores lloo Midnight Sign Off on Mon- day. Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Tuesday As It Happens Tuesday Night News. Weather. Sports From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Dr. Bundolas Pandemonium Rupersland Rock Slide Wednesday Morning Warm-I'ps' Calgary Eye Opener World at Eight 1 20 Eye Opener World at Nine This Country in the Summer Time Signal Radio Noon Summer Scene Stock Market Summer Scene Off the Record Hancock's Half Hour BBC News Home Run World at Six CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN TV CB CABLE 4 Tuesday O Hollywood Squares O News CD Password (B Lucy O News CD News O News News O Maude O CFL Mil. at Ott. ID News (B Beat the Hook CD Truth or Consequences O Your Hit Parade (D Pray for the Wildcats (D Oscar Peterson O Adam 12 (B Mystery Movie: Banacek O All In The Family O O It's a Musical World O Sanford Son (B Marcus Welby O Hawaii Five-O CD Marcus Welby O Rim for Your Life O News CD News 09 Kojak O Primus O Tonight Show CD Movie: The Fiend Who Walked The West O George Hamilton IV 00 News O National CD News O News O Country Way (B Merv Griffin O Movie: High Infidelity Wednesday Morning O Understanding Our World Q Salute to Agriculture CD Farm News 09 Thought for the Day (D Canada AM O Today Show CD Captain Kangaroo O Pinnochin O Today in Montana CD News O Wizard or Oz KRTV 3 CABLE Q KFBB TV 5 CABLE 0} CB Romper Room O Gambit O Farm Facts CB Fred Davis O Now You See It CD Audrey O Frontier Collection CB University of the Air O Ed Allen' O Hollywood Squares (D Jack Lalanne CB Yoga O Mon Ami Friendly Giant O Jackpot CD Young and Restless O Mr. Dress Up CD Search For Tomorrow O Celebrity Sweepstakes CB Pay Cards O NBC News O Sesame Street CB Free Easy CD All My Children O Winning Streak Q As The World Turns CB Galloping Gourmet CD Afternoon Playback: Miss Kline We Love You Eye Bet O Days of Our Lives O Uncle Bobby CB Bewitched O Doctors O Truth or Consequences (B Movie: Island of Terror O Movie: The White Birch O Another World CD News O Match Game CD One Life to Live CD Pyramid O Tattletales CD Somerset O Mike Douglas CD Name That Tune O Our Town O Thirty From CD Another World CD Jeopardy CB What's the Good Word O Kdge of Night CD General Hospital O Forest Rangers CB Anything You Can Do O Joker's Wild CO Split Second O Odessey CD The Rookies CD Rrady Bunch O News Hank Peters, 59, of Cincinnati, Ohio, attempts to lay his head back on a log during a log rolling exhibition at Illinois State Fair Sunday. Born in Nova Scotia, Mr. Peters has been a professional log roller for 40 years. Student theatre lauded BANFF (CP) Opera students at the Banff Centre school of fine arts per- formed wonders with Mozart's Marriage of Figaro Sunday night, drawing generous applause from a near-capacity audience. Playing in the Eric Harvie Theatre with the Canadian Chamber Orchestra in the pit under the direction of Bryan Balkwill, the produc- tion featured young artists on the threshold of their professional careers. Figaro had three perform- ances in this year's Banff Festival, which shows off the school's work. The school has also produced James Reaney's year-old play Sticks and Stones, and still has ballet, concert and other per- formances to run. Baritone George Cotton of Edmonton, who made a hand- some Figaro, was easily at home on the stage. Kris Fraser. also of Edmonton, was Susanna, his loved one, playing the role in a saucy manner. Debra Dean of New York City gave an impressive ac- count of the role of the countess, with Jean-Pierre Favreau of Montreal as Count Almaviva. Camille Rosso of Santa Bar- bara, Calif., was Cherubino and Nigel Lemon of Edmonton played Don Basilio, with Guy Martin of Montreal as Dr. Bartolo. Students in the senior acting class Saturday night perform- ed Sticks and Stones, the first part of Reaney's projected trilogy on the story of the Donelly murders of 1880 in Lucan. near London, Ont. The production was a com- plex one in the 200-seat Margret Greenham Studio Theatre and any faults it had may be attributed to lack of seasoned experience. There were a few muffed lines, and some stage proper- ties were dropped in the wings creating crashs and bangs in- appropriate to the play. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: PARALLAX VIEW: 9-20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: DAISY MILLER: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9 10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: 7.00 THREE MUSKETEERS: 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9'10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CLEOPATRA JONES: DEAD ARE ALIVE: ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 9 30 GATES OPEN: ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN college cinema STARTING TOMORROW Evening Only At p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD college cinema HE HAS EXACTLY SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK! RESTRICTED RATING 18 YEARS AMD OVER LAST TIME TONIGHT p.m. "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC FA Ml I V rnlfllL I -tay Cocks Time Magaz THE THREE MUSKETEERS ifCHNICOLOR- PRINTS BY Df LUXE' MOVING DOWNTOWN paramount TOMORROW TILL SAT. EVENINGS ONLY P.M. paramount LAST TIME TONIGHT I Ml DIK'll K IKM I IMi'A.N1, 1'MMNis PETER BOGDANOVICH PRODUCTION "THUNDERBOLTand LIGHTFOOT" CLINT EASTWOOD ITHONDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT JEFF KENNEDY IN COLOR A PARAMOUNT PICTURiS RELEASE green acres drive-in TONIGHT AND WED. United Artists paramount STARTS TOMORROW The bOUEHBLE BUG is bach in high gear! ADULT NOT SUITABLE She's 6 feet 2" of 1 Dynamite1 FAMILY uiRiiTDisniy PRODUCTIOnS SECOND FEATURE "THE DEAD ARE ALIVE Shelly Winters Tamara Dobson JJ green acres drive-in v STARTS THURSDAY THE FUNNIEST WHACKIEST WESTERN YOU'LL SEE THIS YEAR! SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN JOHN TECHNICOLOR KEENAN St.or.; HELEN KEN STEFANIE HAYES BERRY POWERS MclNTIRE WYNN WALSH JLL WALSH ROBERT STEVENSON WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS-BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW AT 2 P.M.-CHILDREN 750 ANYTIME MEL BROOKS' GENE WILDER SUMPKXNS WHUQDIESTON (SECOND FEATUREJ "RED SUN" Charles Bronson Ursula Andress Youth Adults ;