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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPORTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The'Montreal Expos meet the Mets in Nsw York. MOVIE: Nightmare in Chicago, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: An emo- tionally disturbed killer holds a woman hostage in his at- tempt to escape a police dragnet. Stars Philip Abbott. MYSTERY: Suspense Playhouse, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: A maga- zine writer probes corruption in a large midwestern city. Stare Burt Reynolds (of Dan SPECIAL: First Tuesday 7 p.m., Ch. 11: monthly newsmagazine includes a comparison of Army and Marine recruiting techniques and a report on abandoned houses in cities. MOVIE: To the Shores of Tripoli, 8 p.m., Dinah's Place (cl one Life to Llvt Jack LnLnnne Memory Game Sale ol Century Dallng Gome (c) News To Romo with Love Mod Snund (c) Adam 12 First Tuesday News (cl The Inlrrns Ic) Dick Cavetl (c) WEDNESDAY Farm Newi 8-00 Sate 01 Lcniury ivnuny utimt.- 8 30 Galloping Gourmet General Hospllal Audrey Password c 9-30 I ovo American That Girl (c) Stylo Bewitched 10-00 All My Children News 1C) (c) ACTRESS CROSS NEW YORK (Renter) Ac- tress Hermione Gingold, who was 41 years old when her new fiance was born, says the press is making loo much of an issue of the difference in their ages. "I'm so cross about this bloody age issue." she said by telephone yesterday f r o m her j Long Island retreat. "It's no- bodv's business but our own. Who cares how old we Gingold, whose two pre- vious marriages were dissolved, Friday announced her engage- ment to London antique dealer Beandoin Mills. "I'm not marrying a she declared. "All this talk about age is absolutely disgust- ing." Miss Gingold is 74. Mills is 33. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Song oE Norway" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 'Confession" Last Complete Show M5 COLLEGE CINEMA "Company ol Killers" "Raid on Rommell" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Ned Kelly" "Hornet's Nest" One Complete Show ?JOUTHiRN ALBERTA THEATRES BEST WEAPON IN BATTLE AGAINST OVERWEIGHT Hiivo pvrr stopped to ron- pirlpr Ihn roal yjilun of your bathroom scalds in your wriBht reduction or weight ninintc- jinncc problem? Kradcr's Diprst July issue ro- pnrls on this simple cleviro found in most, homes nnd tolls you tho secret of how doctors uso it in tho control of thpir pntionts' weight. Heart tho tliroe-point plnn in this limrly nrtirlo. Kollow thotif- points iiml you'll olT pounds find 'cm nfl. (Jot. your July Header's Digest today. Police search for Alberlaii PRINCE ALBERT (CP1 Larry William Harvey, 27, of Red Deer, Alta., a prisoner at1 the Saskatchewan Peniten- tiary, escaped from custody Monday. Police Harvey, consider- ed dangerous, was to have un- dergone surgery today and was in Prince Albert hospital be- fore lie escaped. Serving a 10-year term for armc-rt robbery, Harvey is five feet five inches and Ifi7 pounds. He is of medium build and. complexion and has brown eyes i and hair. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CANNON FOR CORDOBA" In color. Starring George Peppard Tuesday and Wednesday. July 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Recommended For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ZEPPELIN" In Technicolor. Starring Michael York and Elke Sommer. Tuesday, July 6. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "ARISTOCATS" In Technicolor. Plus "DAD CAN I BORROW THE CAR" Tuesday and Wed- nesday July 6 and 7 Tuesday shows at and p.m. Family. Admission Adults 51.50. Students Children 50c. Gel morn out of life Take family lo a YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICt RADIO ond TV JAV.IV 9 302 13lh SI. N. PARAMOUNT HELD OVER TODAY thru THURS. The Movie Everyone is Raving About "It takes up where, 'Sound of Music' left COLLEGE TONfGHT end WED. Complete show ot p.m. He blew the Desert Fox to Hell! Richapd Bupban Raid an Rommel' A UNIVERSAL @g COMPANION FEATURE Assassins Far Hire! Satisfaction CuaranteeilJ PHONE 7.1100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 ADULT MICK JACCER NED KELLY A TONY RICHARDSON HIM TECHNICOLOR" United Artists SECOND FIRST RUN FEATURE ROCK HUDSON SYLVA KOSCINA iMiilui STARTS TOMORROW AVE etii ST 327 Sinn FHOMTHEMASTHISOFTEHSIONWHOGAKyOII "THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE" -THE PICTURE THATOUT-PSYCHGEO 'PSTCHO'I ADULT ADULT Super Color by DC Lu; ENDS TONIGHT "Confession" In Color with YVES MONTAND 2 Shows and p.m. It's nine times more suspeivselul. NATIONAL 3ENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS A FILM WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DARIO ARGENTO JAMES FRANCISCUS KAHL MAIDEN Mo CATHERINE SPAAK ;