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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Peace fleet AUCKLAND, N.Z. (AP) The leader of a New Xcalaud said if tlio French try to test nuclear tombs In the Pacific aaaln ncxl year a pcaco fleet will tie dls- palchcd lo the urea wilh enough boats to make it impossible to set off nuclear homhs safely. Festus rugged fellow HOLLYWOOD (API Fes- [us straightened from n crouch, dropped his guard antl scorned to His opponent stepped In anil landed two left jabs. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TIlUltSDAY MOVIE AUVENTUHE: "Rogues of Sherwood p.m., Cli. 7. The son of Robin Howl continues his father's battle .against King John's taxation plan. SPORT: Olympics, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Three hours of today's top evenls in Munich, Germany. Special CBC-TV presenta- tion on the Summer Olympics at 8 p.m., Ch. 7. COMEDY: Marty Feldman, 8-..10 p.m., Ch. 13. Barbara Feldon is Marty's special guest. MOVIE DKAMA: D p.m., Ch. 7. Part I of Leon Uris's best-seller about the birth of modern Israel. Part II will continue at p.m. UICI'OKT: Quality of I.ifo, p.m., Ch. 13. A study of loneliness, one of life's most common complaints, and the ways of overcoming the urban environment of crowded living and few channels of communication. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: 'Hid You Hear Hie One About tlie Travelling 1 Ch. 13. The wacky adven- tures of a woman selling player pianos in turn-of-the-century Kansas. Fcstits's look of ook oji a hint of anger, and he >rought up Ills guard, crouched and opened an assault. Luckily for bis opponent, the jell soiuided moimnls later, mil that fight in a college fra- emily smoker years ago in Colorado was over. The bout was one of the first jits of acting for Ken Curtis, now a star of TV's Gunsmoke. It was long before the char- acter, Fcstus, was horn and >ack when real life Curt Gates from a ranch liis fa- her homcsteadeil near Lamar, a rugged, young 175- jounder. Curt not only was ;cxxl at boxing but played foot- jail and staged strength feats .ike taking on liis Colorado Col- .ege fraternity brothers one by one and beating all comers at the "lumberjack's push." Curt developed liis fraternity brothers into a pretty fair group ot songsters, and that early effort, along wilh his ranch background, apparently formed the springboard for a king-sized step to Hollywood He had written a musical and wanted to try to get it pub- lishd. ANGLO'S J Programs tre Ililod by Ihe radio and television ilotioni. Any variation In program schedule i> due to last. minute channel by Ihe stations and U not Ihe respon- sibility of Ihe Herald or Anglo Dlilrlbulorl Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary News TUIIBCHAV NIGHT Tcssler Checllne THURSDAY NIGHT Leo Doft Dave King FRIDAY John Oliver Jack Ncufeld Buryl Cfark Dave King CJOC THURSDAY NICHt World at John Walker Request Line John Charles Terry Vcgl Probfl 1220 Hews, Sport News and Grain _______ Prices Hem, Sporl Jack Phono Dill Show John Walker CHEC FM if News Hourlv Wthr. Half Hour Show FRIDAY Jim Elliot 6iCO CDC News WON. THRU SAT. Don Me Master Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Chamber Home Run Muilc News Canadian World ot Six ConccM Hall As K Happens The Inner Ear Muslcscope FRIDAY News, Wlhr, SpoMs Eye Opentr From the CapJIali World a1 Eight five N Ignis a Week Eye Opener Hwfman Sign-Off This Country Radio Noon S rock market Take It From Holiday Home Run News World ftf Six TV CLCC CLCC Broadccsfs over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour John Mslakaff 12rtt) Carol Soars Doug Gosen Ma lor News Major Newi See It It's New AT ANGLO COMPACT DIG1TAI CLOCK RADIO Push bullon controls, iculptuced cabinet, pedestal hasa. Playi up to 60 minutes before sot automalically shut! off; manual or automatic operalionr 24 hour alarm system; illuminated numerals, dial tor cosy lime reading and night luning; wake- up alarm or radio; large 3" speaker. 3 colors: white, grey or yellow. earphone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and ftnolopiapnlc 419 Slh St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequence! {c> Tctcprobfl Movic: Exalus (P.irl II) Movie: of Farm Fads Sherwood Forest Rompor Room Summer Olympic! Mr. Orcssyp 9'00 Movie' Friendly Gianr F.CJWIUS [F'afl 1) Chez Horcne lllfx) ll.OOSMJme Slrecl Luncheon nala Andy Griffilh Beverly Hilltll Summer Summer Tov.'n Take 30 F.dqe D! NlgM Family Courl Drop In 7rulh or Consequences "'Hicy didn't tliink anything my ho recalled, "but hey liked ray singing, and I vas put on Ihe staff of NI1C." Durinfi tlic Second World War he enlisted in the army. After lis return lie joined The Sons of ho Pioneers, a representative >f Columbia Studios heard him sing Tumbling Tumblcweeds snd lie was asked to do a scries ot musical Westerns. Since Ihen he has appeared in a number of movies and TV series and has produced three 'ilnis. It was in 1SC3 that he was asked to join the cast of Gunsmoke. Underneath the scraggly beard Festus, Curt still looks much the same as he did in col lege. Some grey hair, some lines, but much the same. VISIT ANNOUNCED PARIS (AP) Edward Gi erck, the Polish Communis party leader, will visit France Oct. 2-6, the French governmen announced. It said talks during his formal visit will focus on in creased trade Ijctwecn the Iwc countries and French co-opera lion in modernizing Polish in "NIGHT RIDERS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "COUNTRY REBELS" ALL NEXT WEEK at 4 733 13lh ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theaire "SONG OF NORWAY" In color. Starring Toralv Maiir- stad, Florence Henderson and Edward G. Robinson. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 31, September I and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In color. Starring Mark Lester and Walter Slozak. All new, the most beloved story of a boy and a horse. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 31, September 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Family. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BUCK AND PREACHER" In color. Starring Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonlo and Cameron Mitchell. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 31, September 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SEE NO EVIL" In Starring Mia Farrow. Thurs- day and Friday, August 31 and September J. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Tonight is Bargain Night per car. On the screen "ZIG ZAG" In color. Starring George Kennedy. Thurs- day, August 31. Cartoon starts at p.m. CFCN-TV Lothbridgo Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Balrnnn Sfar Trek Rewllchcd News ft) Gunsmoko fc> W.edlC3l Centra 'Anrly Frldman Quality of Lilt. Br.lcl Onci News 11-35 Pierre Hertcn (c) Moviei Did YOJ 17-OS Mcrv GrilTIn Show Hear Irw One fRIDAY Aboul the Travel- Thounht lor Day Ung Ruptrl Sear Whars ins Good 9MS Fashions In oewlng Word: (c) 10-00 Yoqa World Hoijw of Frighten- Anything You slain Secret S1orm Jack LnLanne One Lite 1o Aurtrry Days Of Our Lives Giilloping Oourmel GonorAl Hosplfaf VJhcrc. fhc Hear) Thrtc on n W.afen News UAtintj Gflmc 10-33 Sfrtrch fnr Split Tomorrow Switched :c) II :M All Mv Chlldrrn 1C) Let's iViflka a Deal Newt GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB BAVARIAN NIGHT DANCE FEATURING Alpine Bond And Master Yodcllcr "Grelel" SATURDAY, SEPT. 2nd, 9 P.M. EXHIBITION PAVILION ADMISSION: Rush OiJl) Per Person Advance Tickets Available al: Old Country Sausago Shop Northslde Bakery Norbridge Meals MEMBERS AND GUESTSI Tliuuday, Auguil 31, 1972 IHE IETHBBJDGE KERAID _ "ROBERTS and AKAI'' Profciiic-nal Tape Rficorderi and Slerco' Componenli Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13lh SI. N. Phone 327-4979 LABO CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lli ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! TEMPLE OF HEAVEN At top is the Hall of Prayers and ot boilom is Ihe Sacrificial Altar, both located at ihe ancient Temple of Heaven Tn the southern suburbs of Peking. Built during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th Cen- tury, the temple complex was once barred to the commorx Chinese. Today tourists walk where once even the em- percr had to kowtow. Super-star Kristofferson's life full of contrasts NASHVILLE, Term, (AF) When Kris Kristofferson looks at you with that bearded boyish face and says he wants to make people weep, laugh and get angry, there's no doubt that he means it. That's because he's been doing just that for the last couple of years with bis songs. Kris t off erson's been there, and his songs show it. His life bos full of frorr a West Point cadet and Rhodes Scholar in the late '50s and early 60s, to a janitor sorts in a Nashville recording studio, and now to super-star status in the music industry. Help Me Make It Through the Night, Me and Bobby McGee, Sunday Morning Comin' Down, and For The Good Times have all won numerous awards for the 34-year-old singer-song- tvriter. TRIES FOR EMOTION To move them emotionally, raise the hair on their arms and make their eyes water, that's what a song Is for, or any art for that he says. At that point somebody in the recording studio where Kris is working turns up the volume on an album he's trying to put to- gether. The catchy lines of one of his songs blare across the plush room. Singing with Kris on the song is Rita Coolidgc, a strik- ing brunette. The song is aboul a couple cheating. The melody and words move Cristofferson visibly. "That's ust a damn good he ays. "Man, can she sing." That night the two of them ipped up to Canada for a how, only to depart the next lay lor another appearance in ian Diego, Calif. "It gets weary, but the shows ire getting better and more he says. "For a while I vas really depressed because it got so weary." The improve- nent, he says, is due in large measure to Rita's presence, >oth on and off the stage. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short "Last Picture Show" Last Complete Show CINEMA Short Subjects "Grounttstar Conspiracy" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Joe KicM" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DK1VE-IN "Shoot Out" "Sometimes a Great Notion" One Complete Show HV .'im w "Party TiH Congenial parlies a host of new friends the lime of Youf life are yours as a member of our clubl Over 100 club members act ai hosts by introducing you to other members ot our fabulous fun-filled parties, trip! and outings. For information without obligation, phone 327-7935 BOMB BLAST TEHERAN said bomb, apparently planted by leftist guerrillas, caused slight damage to the Iran-American Society Club in Shiraz iri south- ern Iran. There were no inju- ries. A Personal Interview is Required! Top Hat Dance CM INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATED MEMBER 1972 CPHONt REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT thru SATURDAY j THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Ihe AZTEC LOUNGE Songi By JONATHAN AND ANDREA" in Ihe CABARET "FRENDLIN PAGE" from VICTORIA THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY S FRIDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Crtarge ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "NEVER GIVE A INCH" was the motto of the Stampers of Oregon. ..and live it they did! ronoa LEE REimcK-miataasaRRazin RIDURQ J3ECKEL- UHD3 jaCKSOH CUFF PUTTS HIT NO. "SHOOT OUT" GREGORY PECK I TONIGHT ONLY I COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBR1DGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Aug. Sept. Sepl. Sept. Sept. 4 FRITZ SICK POOl LIONS POOL HENDERSON POOL CLOSED FOR FALL CLEAN-UP Public Swir 4 -9 p.m. Public Swim 4 -9 p.m. Public Swim t -9 p.m. Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Publfc Swim 12-5 p.m. 6 9 p.m. Public Swim 12-9 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. 6 9 p.m. Public Swim Public Swim I 5 p.m. 6-9 p.m. Public Swim 1 9 p.m. NOTE: Rorjislralions For Ihe Fall swimming inllruction, and boginnert seating instruction pro grams will bo Ictkon at Gym No. I o? Civic Sports Csntro on September 12, 1 grams w o cton at ym o. o v and 14, 1972 from I to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p. FINAL GYRO BINGO JACKPOT OF MUST BE WON TONiOHT ADMISSION TILL P.M. THEREAFTER REGULAR PRICES Play Bingo From to p.m. Bingo Cards 50c Each TONIGHT GATES OPEN AT P.M. ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED RESTRICTED ADULT "A -PAUL P. ZIMMERMAN, TONITE and FRI. at and p.m. ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE TONIGHT and FRI. At and p.m. CUNT EASTWOOD JOEKIBD TICHI.TCOLOS 3 PWAV.KW Z Peppard MicfMMl Sarraiin ChrtttineBclford ss the ending ONLY IF YOU UKE GRIPPING SUSPENSE AND SURPRISE ENDINGS! "The Groundstar Conspiracy ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT thru SAT. at p.m. ;