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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTMBRIDCt unadulterated murder' Zrisfi politicians bitter i 1 BELFAST A coroner's remarks that British troops committed una- dulterated has led to a bitter argument among North- ern Ireland's sectarian-based politicians. Right-wing Protestant Rev. Ian Paisley called for the dis- missal of coroner Hubert O'Neill as a result of his com- ments at the inquest into deaths of 13 civilians killed when Brit- ish troops fired on Roman Ca- tholic civil rights protesters in Londonderry's Bogside district on Blcddy Jan. 1972. Paisley said that O'Neill his religious and political feel- ings dictate his and said he will seek an immediate meeting with British adminis- j trator William Whitelaw to bring about the coroner's dis- missal. O'Neill strikes me that the army ran amok that day and they shot without thinking of what they were doing. They were shooting innocent people. I say it without it was sheer una- dulterated 34. IN CONCERT PHIL AND THE WESTWINDS 2 NIGHTS ONLY J THURS. and AUGUST 23 and 24 THE ALEC HOTEL -K Carrying out a firebomb As shoppers a bomb disposal specialist carries a housecoat with an incen- diary device in its pocket from a London department store. The device was found after it was ignited but no injuries were reported. It's all over but the shoutin' and the savin' To bid farewell to oil that remains of this model we'll accept any reasonable bid you make on the car of your choice. Get the car you really wanted all year long at the price you'd expect to pay for second-best. We must convert all our stock to cash. you can old car. new All All UNIT 3383 1973 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4 dr. sedan. Ginger -with beige vinyl JR78xl5 steel belt- ed 460-V8 automatic air block electric rear window tinted rear visibility deluxe seat body side glamor bumper protection auto- power steering and brakes. Regular Factory Price Wai CC7C7 SO LONG '73 I O I UNIT 3374 1973 METEOR MONK AIM 4 DR. PILLARD HARDTOP White in color with beige 400-20 V8 auto- matic power power HD bat- block electric rear window fender LH remote control visibility decor body side bumper protection front and rear floor mats. Regular Factory Price C4Q7Q SO IONG '73 SALE................ I 3 UNIT 3511 1973 MONTEGO Blue blue cloth G78 x 14 WSW power steering and block remote control visibility full wheel body side moulding. Regular Factory Price Wat CylylCQ SO IONG '73 SALE UNIT 3565 1973 METEOR RIDEAU 500 HARDTOP Medium 400-V8 H78 x 15 WSW block fender LH remote control HD visibility decor body side mould- floor deluxe cloth trim. Factory Retail Price SO LONG '73 SALE...................... I OU UNIT 3590 1973 COUGAR White white r78 x 14 WSW HD block electric rear window tinted power brakes and tilt full wheel dual racing body side sports console. Regular Factory Price Was SO LONG '73 SALE Buy for a few dollars over what we paid the factory End of year discounts on all accessories WHATEVER IT TAKES WE GIVE UNIT 3094 1973 Meteor Rideau 500 2 Dr. HT Copper with white vinyl HR78 x 15 WSW radial power steering and automatic-factory air appearance HD electric rear window fena'sr tinted rcdio and rear HD sus- decor body side vinyl up- demonstrator. Factory Retail Price Was SO LONG '73 SALE 5040 UNIT 3509 1973MontegoMX4Door Medium blue 351-V8 auto- matic power power G78 x 14 WSW block LH ramoto mir- visibility full wheel HD sus- body side mouldings. FACTORY REGULAR PRICE SO LONG '73 SALE 4223 1718-3 Ave. South New Ph. No. 329-0333 Studios want Lucas By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES A year director George Lucas couldn't get studio bosses to return his telephone caUs. Today they're calling him. What made the American Graffiti. It is a hauntingly accurate portrait of a teen-age night in a California town of 19S2. To the background of 42 songs of the the young people do their thing at the high-school on the main in the drive-in and lover's lane. the best movie so far this wrote Stephen Far- ber in the New York of the most important American films of the said Charles Champlin in the Los Angeles Times. Paul Zimmerman of News- week called it a bit- tersweet with -and tough-minded Lucas wears his new-found praise well. He has just turned 29 and might look like a teen- ager except for Ms trimmed brown beard. His view of the film world is understandably mature. He has been through the mill. took American Graffiti to every major and minor com- pany in said every one of them turned it down. finally got Universal to agree to back but only be- cause I got my Francis Ford to serve as pro- ducer. We made the deal the week that The Godfather came and they were impressed with With Cappola as Lucas filmed American Graffiti in California in 28 days. Or 28 because the entire action takes place during a single night and early morn- ing. budgeted the picture at but Universal insisted that I make it for Lucas said. ended up at plus about Lucas is a shining example of the new breed of film-maker emerging from the universities. Cinematographer Haskell Wexler encouraged him to enrol in the film school at the Univer- sity of Southern California. He was a member of the class of 1966. Lucas was a prolific film- maker at USC. One of his short films a science-fiction sub- THX 1138. When he later became assistant to Lucas expanded the film and made a feature for Warner Brothers. made money In the but not in the account- ing said the director. It was three-years before he was able to get American Graf- fiti before the cameras. Now he's finding it easier to peddle Us next space fan- tasy with capes and ray a IB-million idea which I'll make for OJTBWAS GATHER SAULT STE. Mich. About Ojibwa In- dians are expected to attend celebrations here this week restore the awareness of a heri- tage that is being lost to the white said a tribe spokesman. More than 500 Ojibwas arrived from Canada TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY Bachelor at Ch. 13. Legal laughs as a green-horn lawyer tackles his first Kung 8 Ch. 13. A show starring three John as a blind mendicant am Robert as his mute and son David as who teaches the old man to -with his other senses. MOVIE Don't Make 9 Ch. 1. Tony Curtis plays an innocent Claudia Cardinale is tire seductive girl friend of Tony's boss. CRIME Streets of San 10 Ch. 13. Brenda Vaccaro plays a headstrong rookie policewoman in this drama about murder and revenge. MOVIE 1 Want To Ch. 7. Su- san Hayward's oscar-winning portrayal of a convicted mur- deress. FRIDAY MOVIE Ch. 13. Patty Duke plays a tomboy whose exploits jeopardize her father's cam- paign for mayor. RADIO and TV LISTINGS ore listed by the Radio and Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Herald. CHEC i Morley McClll and Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Leo Dow Form Sunday Mornings. MONDAY IhTJ FRIDAY News News Sports Buryl Clark Buryl News News Buryl Buryl Clarka Farm News Bob Hesketn Cattle Prices Checline News News Buryl Tracing Post Doug Marvin Music We RememUr Dow John nilvir 12'M John Ollvtr U-'15 Farm News Sports Grain Prices Call of Wild Oliver CJOC News with Bill Rad Bill Sport Brent Seely and Dan Farm and Ranch Memories with George Brown on Sunday Morninss THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Probe 1220 Jim Elliot John Charles Show CBC News World at Wihr. Stan Bailley Show Phone Bill Show Jack Thys Probe 1220 Sport Sport News and Grain Prices Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Summer Jack Thys Bruce Bowie Shaw Shew CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon 4 a.m.-12 noon Don McAAaster Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. Dell-0 12 noon-6 p.m. 6 p.m-10 p.m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Overtures I and Encores p.m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Overtures end Encores Stan Bailley Show 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaui Hour 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman k p.m.-12 midnight Overturn THURSDAY NIGHT Homt Run News World at Six As It Happens Themes and Variations CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights Week Music and Opinion News The Inner Ear Sign Off FRIDAY Eye Openpr 10-00 Sports World at From the Capitals Eye Opener 4.05 S 00 This Country Radio Noon StocKmarket Bob Kerr BBC Newt Home Run BBC Newi News World at Six The Uthbtidge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE We submit cur records to the reguler scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their Next Chinook September 4th Deadline is August CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT CJCC News Hollywood Squirts Frlgnl Andy Gnffilh toaLive CJOC News f KIOAT Fronller Collection Pinochio Man and the City Farm and City It's a Musical News World Ed Allen Mary Tyler Stratus Faction Don't Mon Ami Make Waves Friendly Giant News Mr. Dress Up CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 Ch. Sesame Street Beverly Hillbllllil Truth or Conse- quences 1-00 Lets Make Deal Klara's Korner CO Galloping Gourmtt Joan Waterfleld TaKe 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood THURSDAY NIGHT Anything You Can Do Buckshot 4-.SS Star Trek News Beat the Clock George Bachelor Law Kung Fu George Klrby Here Seventies Streets of San Francisco News News Pierre Berton Merv Griffin FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Canada A.M. Romper Room Yoga Trouble with Tracy Bucksnot Uncle Bobby Star Trek Supermarket News Pierre Bertcn Summer Scene 15.00 Family Affair Billie Eye Bet Somerset Another World What's the Good Word' It's Up To You KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT News Bonanza ironside Music Country News Tonight Show FRIDAY Understanding Our World Baffled Salute Agriculture As the World Tumi Today Show News The Another World New Match Secret Storm Mike Douglas Show Today In Mantnni Joker's Wild Pyramid Wizard cf Odds Hollywood Jeopardy Whert Garni Newt KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. THURSDAY MIOHT 5-30 News Mod Squad Good From Central Park streets of San Francisco TV-S Ntwi FRIDAY Farm News News captain Kangaroo News 9-00 Audrey Galloping Gourmet v K H 10-w Let's Newlywed Gam. News Days Of Our Dinah's en a Girl In My Lift News Search for Brady Bunch Password Ci3D NftWA ;