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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoiduy, Au5ji! 29, 1972 LETHBRIDGE tUP-ALD ITV HIGHLIGHTS! 3 II. High- lights ul today's third day of competition in the Munich Olympics with an emphasis on basketball, diving, gymnas- TUKSDAY SI'KCIAL: Summer Olympics, ]i.m. light! Olympi tics and swimming. VAH1KTY- John ByncT Comedy Hour, R p.m. Cli. T Ted Knight of tho Mary Tyler Moore Show and singer Teresa Craves the scheduled guests. DKAMA: Coluuilio. p.m., Cli. 0: 1'etcr Falk is tho star in (his who-dun-it. Summer Olympics, 9 Cli, 7: The spot- light will Iw on Canada's athletes and how they fared today in Munich. SPECIAL: Their Spring Time of Lite, 10 p.m., Cli. 7: Captured German footage and films from military archives (race llio early years of the Second World War. WIAMA: Persuaders, in p.m., Cli. 13: Danny (Tony) Curtis) is marked for murder at his ramshackle country collage. VAKIK1V: Johnny Carson Show, p.m., ui, n: Joey Bishop is Iho guest hosl with singer Lou Kawls and comic Rip Taylor among Iho visitors tonight. MOVIK: Westward the Women, II p.m., Cli. II: A story (it the hardy pioneer women who braved weather, Indians and male wagon drivers to seek husbands in California. Robert Taylor stars. WKDNICSDAY .MOVIE: 1 p.m., Cli. 1: The female owner of the town saloon imports a killer to slay the town's fe- male marshal. John Ireland am! Beverly Garland star. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs ore by the radio and televlilon nations. Any vaclqlten In .program If dm to loit- minute by the ttallont and It not the rtinon- of Iho Herald or Anglo Dltliib'ulatt Stereo and PliehmropWe-Cenlro. if CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGiil with Contemporary News TUESDAY H1GHT J.GO Klni WEDNESDAY Jack i W Buryl Clftrk CJOC J'm Elllol NCVJS, Wcalhei and Sport Plmnfi Bil B TUESDAY NIGHT Work) al 3U fi-00 lohn Cridrlrjj 12.30 Voqr WEDNESDAY CBC News Show LCO D John i Dave Newi, Weather anJ Sporls 1-00 News and Grai.n Jack Thys jtiOS John Walker at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don Hedman Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY MIGHT A.30 M i1 Happen-, rJighl lnlrtx.tut.1lon Tuesday tJiqht VMru, Sp WEDNESDAY world at a 8-is fyij opener 9'1'J This (.nun try irt Tirr.e Signal Radio llccn Slock Markt-I Take U from H Holiday Home Run Pro incial CICC Broadcast CLCC Cohlcvmon Ch. 7 Monday lliru Friday 7-00 Carol ,'wMnlor Hourly Wthr. Half Hour irj Hr4S Odvid Ohort) John Mala Major News C305! See It It's New AT ANGLO COMPACT DIGITA1 CLOCK RADIO Push conlroU, sculptured cobinct pcdcilal base. Play ur> lo 60 niinulci before sot automalkally shuts a manual Cr oulomatic oporcilion; 24 hour alarm syjlcm; illummaled numerals, dial lor easy timo reading and nighl luningi up alarm or radio, largo 3" speaker. 3 colors: whilt, grey or yellow. carphono. ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Sleteo and Centct 419 51h St. S. Plionc 328-6922 "WE PERSONAUY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" TUESDAY HIG S.CiO Irulh nr Coir CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) !UtO SI Luncheon (c) ol Fri ndly I Surniiicr 1 Tiike 30 .1.00 F.nnily C Trulh or Conicrjucni CFCN-TV Lcthhnclge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY WIGHT 11 ?fl N s norr. II Ml Pirrro rjrv-'. (''I 1? n-. r.riPdri WfiONHSDAY incident apologizes TORONTO Tfie Docfftrs (c) Solo of rue Century Another World S'30 llnllywor.d Tilgc of IJInht JeopArrty tc> Lcvc WJio, Where Style [cj On mo Affair Lucy lliCOU-vc h A Splrndored 11.30 Turn Rcvrrl fJRC Millbillif Today In MonMna (c) KFBB-TV Groal Falls Chonncl 5 {Cabfevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT ttt-Wi (rt ft-30 Newi (c> fl 3fi l.T-k LaLinnq Secret Slorm 9.ri1 AtKlrry (c) 1-30 One tifo 1r> Llvs Gflltnplnrj Cntrrmct Days of our WJitro fhr! Hctrt L.ivci tc) News tc) General Se.irth for Htwpllaf (c) Tomorrow Three on fl 11 :M All fhiltlren (c) i; in I oix Make A riAlJnq G.ime Crl Split Srrona 1-' C I f.'i" 1.1 uixLure uf youth, animals and Distiey producer Hilt VaLsh WDS responsible for lary Poppins and the Love ug- t he I wo mos L profit abl c liins the Disney studio lias undo. In Ills latest film, The World's Greatest Athlete, he vorks all sports into one pic- urc. Jan-Michael Vincent, 26, the ar of the film playing a lat- er-day Tarzan taken from the African jungle with his pet ti- ger, excels in running, pole hurtlling, high-jump tip, long-jumping, football, has ketball and baseball, to name a 'ew. To make sure that Vincent would lie able to give the im- pression of excelling in all se sporls, Walsh liircd Olym- pic decathlon champion Bill Toomcy lo coach him. Vincent, a swimming am: surfing star, proved no problcrv to his coach. He clocked 11 sec onds in his first try at Hie 100 yard dash. Walsh had more trouble the tiger. "Never blow on H tiger': lie said, explaining why lie was limpinR with sprained knee, "It stimulate them." blew on the 435-poirni ligcr's face and it look a plaj ful leap sending him sprawling Walsh, hopes be ha made a funny spoof on Ihe Tar xan theme, mixed in magi with the help of nn witchdoctor. Africa Zenith makes four Duality hearing aids priced from Come in for a Irce hearing lest and let us shovj you Ihe vcldc? of Zenith styles.There's n Zenith hcartng aid to mtcli any loss a hearing aid can nelp. If you nrcn't sntisfied with your purchase, it back within 10 days we'll give you your money back. Remember, Zenith hearing aids have suggested rolail prices sifjoificantly below thosoof most foreign iniported LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramounl Theatre Bldg. Ph. 328-4080 When Vincent upsets his Ichdoclor godfather he sud- nly finds himsell shooting ckwards from the starting le at the gun. A coach, comedian Tim Con- is shrunk to the size of an ivc and dropped, thrashing to EDMONTON It was billed as the first Edmonton in- ternational pop festival, but Ludv.ig van Beethoven stole Iho how. The Edmonton Symphony Or- chestra, playing here on the second day of the two-day fes- tival at tho Edmonton Inter- national Speedway, performed medley of movie themes lhat was out by a fire- works display. l.'ndaunted, the orchestra came right back with the first movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and won the loudest applause of the weekend. Although the hometown group was warmly received, the hometown businessmen who put up the money for the event didn't fare as well. "It could have been organ- ized said Doug Cat- rano, who joined several olher Kdrnonlon businessmen in foot- ing the bill estimate! at be- tween and The iircak-even point was tickets al S15 for both days or for Sunday, but RCMP es- :imaled maximum attendance at the speedway oval was lot of people who No incidents were including "a sneaked in.'' reported. Some of the headline acts in- cluded folksinger Joan Bacz, bluesmen Albert Kint; and Billy Preston whose soul singing would probably have been bet- ter received if it had started before a.m. been "I apologized, but he excused himself after hilling me in the stoniacb v.ith a snub- nosed revolver." The man had just rubbed the hotel of early Sunday end tied up three employees. When the real police ar- rived, Davis, a singer from Washington performing at tho hotel, showed Ihcm. the direc- lion the man ran. They ar- rested a suspect a short time later. Police said the robber bound and gagged a bellboy in a 10th floor room, lured a clerk to Ihe same room and lied him up and ttien xvent to the front desk wtere ha force'! another clerk to open the safe. Cornelius John Spencer, 19, no fixed address, has been charged with four counts ot armed robberv. :cp afloat, ass. into a martini Walsh thinks there Is a comic de to sports. plan empered -Leiteli EDMONTON (CP) ALtoi'- cy General Merv said otlay the federal government's iroposed legal aid plan is wel- hut that expecla- Ions should not he raised too could receive up to an llHonal annually under a federal government plan announced last week to iay up to 50 cents a person for egal aid and five ccnls as com- to victims of crime. Mr. Leitch said the nouncetnent is tempered slight- y by past federal government practices of starting programs, people's and ttien suddenly dropping it." The province would to sign an agreement with Ottawa jcfore the program begins. Dave Morris, provincial legal aid director, has said that if .he province (Joes not reduce its current legal aid budget, I h e Alberta legal aid scheme could be expanded to cover crimina' code cases. Artists protest VIBO VALENTIA, Italy (AP) Four young Calabrian paint- ers portrayed the candidates for the Miss Ilalia, Miss Cin- ema and Miss Eleganca cups here uilh Ihese words: "We refuse to paint the vanity and snobbishness of foolish women." They painled this on canvassed intended for The painters' refusal lo depict the beauties cause suspension of a Iwauty-p ain ling contesl in this Italian seaside resort. YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C RADIO AND TV J J 302 I3lh ST. N. WEEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY LAST REBEL In Color Slarrincf JOE NAMATH HIT NO. 2 "THE LADY IN THE CAR with GLASSES AND A GUN" In Color Samantha Eggnr Oliver Reed ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfciir Theatre MISTY FOR MK" In Tcctinicalor. Slairing Clint Walter ami Donna Milts. Tuesday ami Wednesday. Angnsl nml Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adtill, FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "I'llIVATK DUTY NIIRSKS" In color. Starring Cathy Coiinor and Joyce Williams. and Wednesday, AiiRii-sl 29 and 30. Tuesday show p.m. ItesLricled Ailiill. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SWKDISH FLY GIIII.S" In color. Starrinfi Hurley. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aiipisl and 30. Tuesday show al 8: IS p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SI'NDAY. HLOODY SUNDAY" in color. TiUMliiy, Anjjusl ail. Shows ;il and p.m. Kc'.slricled Adult. Indians launch farm projects TILMA, Idaho (AP) Tlie Couer d'Alene Irdian trilw is han-csling its first crops acres of land in northern Idaho. The Iriljc launched a scries of farm enterprises recently with help from Ihe U.S. hureal of Indian affairs. Nearly half the acreage was planted In wheat and Ihe re- mainder in Lentils, barley and blue grass. The also is developing ho" farm on a ICO-acre parce just east of Phimmer, Idaho. Today's Showtimes- r.-HI AMOUNT Klinrt Subjrcls- l.nsl Picture Show" 7: IS. Complete Stww PABAJIOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "What's lip Doc" [.ast Complete Show a CINEMA Shorl Subjccl-i Kirld" Ixist Complete Slow onicEN DRIVE-IN In A Car With Cln'sses One Compktn RESTRICTED ADULT "A -PAUL D. ZIMMERMAN, NOW SHOWING at and p.m. 'N FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT m CINEMA VltJt AVE Bih ST POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT LAST TIMES TONIGHT ol anc! p.m. ADULT-NOT SU1TABIE CHIID3EN NOW SHOWING At 7-00 and 9-15 D.m. CIIMT EASTWOOD JOEKXDD TECHNCCXORS STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. George Peppavd ADULT NOT M Mfchflcl Sflrrflzftt SUITABLE y Christine Betford FOR CHILDREN! We ciialtenge you lo guess the eniiing_oLL_ "The Oroundstar Conspiracy" ;