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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THI IITHBIIIDGE HERALD Tuesday, July 3, 1973 nn MACLEODS SUMMER SIZZLERS! 4 BIG DAYS WED., THURS.f FRI.f SAT. JULY 4; 5, 6, 7 COUPON SALE-SAVE TO ON VACUUM CLEANERS-SEWING MACHINES STEREOS AND TELEVISIONS CLIP THIS COUPON SAVE Qn COLOR TELEVISIONS 700. !999 LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon expires Saturday, July 7th. 3 CUP THIS COUPON SAVE On COLOR TELEVISIONS FROM %JVV WWW LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon expires Saturday, July 7th. CLIP THIS COUPON HtHtWHIgS.' SAVE On COLOR TELEVISION and STEREOS KOM LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon Expires Saturday, July 7 CLIP THIS COUPON SAVE on COLOR TELEVISIONS w S599 LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon Expires Saturday, July 7 11 CLIP THIS COUPON SAVE on BUCK and WHITE TELEVISION and STEREOS LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon Expires Saturday, Jury 7 MAMMArftuuruniAMinmHUMAm CLIP THIS COUPON SAVE On COLOR TELEVISION and STEREOS LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon Expires Saturday, July 7 CLIP THIS COUPON SAVE on VACUUM CLEANERS UMITED STOCK ON VACUUMS Coupon Expires Saturday, July 7 OwSwrw? CLIP THIS COUPON i If sr 2x SAVE On BUCK and WHITE TELEVISION STEREOS and SEWING MACHINES m LIMITED STOCK ON ITEMS Coupon Expires Saturday, July 7 MACLEODS MAU ou gowns available LOS ANGELES (AP) When they need buckles to swash or Louis XIV ball gowns, film di- rectors can still get them these despite the ravages of tune on silk and satin. Costumes that excited mil- lions during .the 1940s might be aging faster than the plots of some late, late movies, and a leading lady's few extra pounds tight endanger a seam here id there. But many of the old costumes are still available, despite re- cent concern that an artifacts auction by one of the major stu- dios signalled the decline and fall of Hollywood's costume col- lection, the largest in ibe world. The much-publicized auction of MGM artifacts two years ago seemed to symbolize the break- ing up of the big studios. Sold to the highest bidders were Judy Garland's red slippers from Wizard of Oz, Greta Garbo's regal gown from Queen Christ- ina, Clark Gable's trenchcoat from Comrade X. It appeared the huge ward- robe departments of the studios were remnants of a long-gone era. New film-makers wanted to depict contemporary sub- jects, for which actors could wear their own or none at all. COST TOO MUCH Film companies simply couldn't afford costume epics such as Cecil B. deMffle once made. The few spectacles being filmed were shot in Spain and Yugoslavia, where the govern- ments supplied armies and the costumes were cheap. "Costume pictures are all being made in says famed designer Edith Head. "And since the decline of glamor in films, clothes are no longer important" Brandt to visit Iceland REYKJAVIK (Reuter) West German Chancellor TOMy Brandt expects to visit Iceland early in August in an attempt to resolve the fisheries dispute be- tween the two countries, Bonn's deputy foreign minister said here today. The minister. Dr. Hans Apel, led a West German delegation at one-day talks here Friday with Icelandic representatives. The discussions ended any final solution. West Germany, like Britain, has disputed Iceland's unila- teral extension of its fishing limits to 50 from 12 miles last September. Iceland has since offered to allow West German trawlers to fish up to a 30-njile limit be- cause it says West German fish- ing does not threaten fish slocks in the same way as British trawlers. 'Hookers', organizer Margo St. James, 35- year-old ex-farm girl from Beilingham, Wash., is the self-styled champion of San Francisco's prostitutes and organizer of a "hook- ers' guild" to battle for the rights of ladies of the night everywhere. Children's TV ad ban death blow OTTAWA (CP) A ban by 1975 on television commercials aimed at children would deal the animation industry a death blow, the Commons broad- casting committee has been told. Peter Adamakos, president of the Society of Film Makers, urged the committee to protect the industry's livelihood by amending proposed legislation "so that the film industry would ba able to produce programm- ing instead of commercials." The committee is considering a bill that would ban advertis- ing on children's television pro- grams. Questioned by James McGrath, John's Mr. Adamakos said about 500 persons in the film in- dustry would be affected by the ban. He estimated it would cost the industry million to di- versify should the animated commercials market be cut off. He criticized a recent CBC statement that the corporation would cancel all advertising on children's programs if Parlia- ment would cover revenue ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY DRAMA: The Waltons, p.m., Ch. 7. John-Boy Is caught in an emotional whirlwind when his innocent after- noon movie date with a pretty girls stirs up her suppressed desires. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A widely-. acclaimed study of pervasive evil and moral decay about a. wealthy young Londoner and Ms servant. DOCUMENTARY: Ascent of Man, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Epi- sode six tells the story of man's early attempts to map tto forces which move the planets. MOVIE THRILLER: "The p.m., Ch. II. Jim Brown plays a professional thief whose target is the Los Angeles Coliseum during a sellout football game. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Henry Mancini, Anne Murray, Freddie Hart, Bob Anderson and' Mercedes Hall are the guests. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: Royal Visit, a.m., Ch. 7. and 13. The Queen presents the colors to RCMP Commissioner William Higgitt in Regina. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Champagne 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Boredom, corruption and murder among the chateau set of France's wine country. SPECIAL: Royal Visit, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of today's RCMP presentation at Regina. "Parliament is being black- mailed for million so the CBC may gain some public re? lations ha said. "We insist that the CBC not be given its cake by Parlia- ment, spoon-fed by members of Parliament un'ess a provision is added to force the CBC to give up at least 50 psr cent of the time for children's advertis- ing to private industry to pro- duce appropriate film to fiQ the advertising time. Car sought in suspected kidnapping THREE FORKS, Mont CAP) Toe FBI issued an all-points bulletin todjry for a light blue volkswagcm, sought in connec- tion with the disappearance of a Michigan girl from a camp- site. Snsf" 7, Farmingwn, Mich., is believed kidnapped. She had been missing since pre-dawn hours Monday from her family's campsite near the headwaters of the Missouri riv- er. The FBI bulletin was issued after a -women tourist report- ed to Butte authorities that she had seen such a vehicle at a rest area on interstate 90 aboout 10 mOes west of Suite. j RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs am lifted by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGIII and Allan Contemporary NEWS; Doug Marvtn: Con- temporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News; Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIPAY Sports News Bury! Clark News Bury! Clark Farm News Cattle Prices News Buryl Clark News Buryl Clark News Buryl Clark News Bob Hesketh Chec-Une Chec Trading Post Leo bow Farm Newt News Sports Grain Call of the Ltnd John Oliver Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler John Oliver CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Mafheson; Sport SMly and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card TUESDAY NIGHT CBC News Probe 1220 f.OS Jim Elliot Show News, weather World at six and Scans Stan Bailey Show Phone Bill Show Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Bruce Bowie Show Summer Show MnEDNesniv Jack Thys WEDNESDAY prODe Jim Elliot Show Noon Farm if CHEC-FM 100.9 News, WeatiMT and News and Orate Prices Jack Stan Bailey .Shew Probe 1220 John Charles Show World at Six MOM. THRU FRI. 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-i p.m. Dell-O i p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight SATURDAY a.m.-l2 noon Don McMaster 12 noornS p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l a.m. DellO SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures a.ro.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Conciej and Encores CBR .if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT slide WEDNESDAY Tuesday Night'- Warm Up CBC Tuesday Nlghf Eye Opener News, Sports World at 8 Weather From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Pick of the cans (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturn and Encores (Bob Concle) Rupert's Land Rock Time Signal Nations Provincial Affairs Noon Market Holidays The Nine Bob This Counfry BBC News 100th Birthday Home Run Celeiarafiooib far News R.C.M.P. World at SIX V'W ai o Eye Opener The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! -Reaching over Lethbridge and district. readers. bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook July I Oth (Advertising Deadline is July 4th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CIOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabfevbion Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Avengers Sesame Street Hollywood Squares Stampede Wrestling Tnrth Gel Smart News The WalJons Hollywood Squares Great Movies: The WEDNESDAY Pinocehk) News Farm and Ed Allen Klahanie Men Ami The Ascent of Man Friendly Gianf News Royal Visit Crossfire Lets Mate a Deal Korner Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfleld Take X Edge Of NlgM Family Court R.CJA P. Highlights Drop In CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Star Trek News Beat the Clodc Paul Lvnde Hoednne Harden Search The PftfteiJun lan Tyson Marcos WcTby Ntws News Pierre Burton Merv Griffin WEDNESDitr 25 ThougM for Oey University cf Air Canada AM. Romper Room Yoga TrcicMe wtm Tracy Uncle Bcttoy Own at R-CWIP- Cercmony at 55 MepTe Street Eye Set Family Affair The Champagnt Murders Somerset World What's The Good Word AnyfMng YOB Can Do BuetotwT Bert KRTV Great Channel 3 (Cablevfeioft Ch. f} TUESDAY NIOMT eora'm Maude BrJflgel Bcrnle Movie: The Rail- way Children Hawaii Flve-O News Tonlflht Show WEDNESDAY Our Warm Salute Wold Tossy Show News Today in Montana Tfie Doctors Pyramid Another WorW Sale of the Century New Maleti Hollywood Squires Secret Storm Jeopardy Mike Douglas Who, What, Where Jtfcers Wild Game News News NBC Baffled News KFBB-TV Great TUESDAY HtCHT Trutti or Consequences Rising 7.30 WWle: Tht CorirtrelTCpn ip-oo New. TTw Falls Channel 5 (Cabtovision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY Oral Farm News NCWS captain Kangaroo News Jack Audrey Galloping 12.-OD Nenrtywea 17.-3B News General MexpItM One Ute So Utl Days til our Lhres Young ani Restless Three on 10.25 Starch for Jvmyntm My CMWrwi A Malch Dating 4: oo Spilt Second Bewitched ;