Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
July 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 TV highlights MONDAY 6 Ch. 7. The 62nd annual Calgary Stampede Parade taped earlier in the day. 2 hrs. Baseball World of Joe 6 Ch. 9. The first of a two part series on Detroit Tigers veteran Gates Brown. ELECTION The Race for the 30th 8 Ch. 13. The CBC and CTV begins Federal election coverage and will continue until the race for Prime Minister is decided. Live. Villa 8 Ch. 11. on violence and short on dramatization of Mexican revolution. Yul Robert Grazia Buccella. 30 min. MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. A study of a selfish tart and the boy she uses to escape. John Harriet Lars Ekborg. 90 min. TUESDAY MOVIE See How They 1 Ch. 13. Three children are in danger when it's discovered they have damaging evidence. John Senta Jane Wyatt. 90 min. Lady Patricia PPCLI colonel OTTAWA Lady Patricia Brabourne has been appointed colonel-in-chief of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light the defence department announces. Lady Brabourne is cousin and god-daughter of Lady Patricia the first colonel-in-chief of the infantry until her death at Jan. 12. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and' Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday 6 50 Farm News 7.30 News. Wthr.. Sports 9-00 Checline 12 30 Sports Gram Prices 5'00 News. Wthr Sports CJOC 1220 Monday S.25 Sports 5.50 Local Nc-.vr 6 00 World at Six Tuesday 6 00 CBC News Phone Bill Show 12'00 Hour of Information 1 -00 News and Grain 5-00 News 5-25 Sports 5.40 Market Report 5 50 Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a.m.-3 00 p.m. Concie's Carousel 00-B.OO p.m Don McMaster 6-00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Mondaj Tuesday thru Friday Del King Monday 6.30 As It Happens 7-30 Federal Election 11 03 Ideas 12.03 The Groove Yard Tuesday 5 30 Warmup 6 Eye Opener 8-00 World at Nine 8 10 Eye Opener CBR 1010 9.00 The World at Nine 9 13 Thrs Country In The Summer 10 59 Time Signal 12-03 Radio Noon 1 20 Summer Scene 1 55 Stock Market 2-03 Summer Scene 2-30 Off the Record The Goon Show 4 00 BBC News 4.05 Home Run 6 00 World at Six THE LETHBRIDGE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION There are seven teams In the association this year with age groups of 11 to 21. FAMILY UNICORNS KINSMEN COMETS FAMILY ADANACS LETHBRIDGE WARLORDS MIDGET MOWHAWKS LABOR CLUB LANCERS LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS Drop out and watch the boys in you will enjoy yourself and see some very exciting Lacrosse. Monday S'OO Password O Hollywood Squares O Lucy O News News O News SB News News O Baseball O Stampede Parade 6-30 Ian Tyson Truth or Consequences Rookies Headline Hunters Mandate '74 Special O Shrine Bingo O Election Coverage ID Villa Rides Q Sixty Minutes O News News O Tonight Show O News Movie- A Walk with Love and Death P.M. B Country Way Stampede Go Round Merv Griffin O Monika Tuesday Morning O Understanding Our World a Salute to Agriculture a Farm News Thought for the Day Canada A.M. O Today Show Captain Kangaroo 0 Today in Montana News Plnnochlo S9 Romper Room O Gambit m Wizard of Oz Farm Facts Si Fred Davis O Now You See It O Klara's Corner Audrey 09 University of the Air a Hollywood Squares ID Jack LaLanne B Ed Allen Yoga O Jackpot Young and Restless O Mon Giant Q Celebrity Sweepstakes OB Pay Cards Search for Tomorrow O Mr. Dressup All My Children ID Fatal Apple O Sesame Street O Winning streak QD Galloping Gourmet Let's Mate a Deal O As the World Turns D Days of Our Lives O Uncle Bobby ID Newlywed Game Eye Bet O Fred Davis O Truth or Consequences O The Doctors O Another World General Hospital V These Our People See How They Run Match Game ID One Life To Live 0 Frontier Collection Pyramid Implications O TattleUles Dinah's Place Somerset Our Town Mike Douglas Jeopardy Take Thirty Another World What's the Good Word Edge of Night Girl in My life Jokers Wild Forest Rangers Split Second Anything You Can Do KaJ Squgd Brady Bunch News Marc's Grab Bag Black author traces genealogy to africa Theatre restored Victoria Hall in is being restored for use as a theatre and com- munity centre. The described as a prime example of the exuberance and visual of late Victorian is already being used by Theatre Passe Muraille of Toronto. Blue moviemaker moves onto Hollywood scene NEW YORK Writer Alex who traced his family back to Africa through a great-great-great-great believes millions of blacks in the United States can do the same. Haley and two brothers have set up a foundation whose primary aim is to gather material for a black geneological library and provide for other blacks the sort of roots he sought and found in the West African country of Gambia. may seem kind of gee- whizzy going back to says a magazine writer and biographer of Malcolm X. the point is to be inter- ested. Too many blacks are ashamed of their all grew up with the Tarzan im- age of Haley has completed a 500-page which will be published next year. Haley's search started with clues he picked up from his grandmother. She told a story passed down to her by gener- of the African seized by slave traders while out chopping brought by ship to a place called and sold to a man named Waller. The African was called but insisted his name was and the name came down through family un- til Alex heard along with the African's name for a and a few other African words. An expert on African lan- guages told Haley the words were in the language of the Mandingo people. A few days later Haley was in and was being told that Kamby Bolongo would mean Gambia River. thanks to his ances- tor's insistence that his name was was in the village of listening to a a person who knew the verbal history of the Kinte tribe back hundreds of years. The griot even knew the name of the Kinte youth who had vanished while seeking wood and knew when it hap- year the king's soldiers Eight years of countless transoceanic flights and Haley had reconstructed the life of his African ancestor Kunta Kinte from birth to young to his arrival at Annapclis on the ship Lord Ligonier among cargo of choice healthy in and the story of his life as a slave in Virginia. Show Times By LINDA DEUTSCH LOS ANGELES Paul Andy Warhol's protege in un- derground movledom's weirdest is going to es- tablishment rank by a gory X-rated movie. Reviews of Andy Warhol's done by the movie is tied to Warhol in spirit and for box- office ranged from catcalls to hurrahs. In addition to a crew of har- fag hags and characters in Morrissey's other Head and Flesh entrails and bodies pop out of the screen via 3D in Frankenstein. After a waiting for the next bloody scene is like riding a roller know- ing a plunge is coming. Baron played by Udo spends his time kidnapping and cutting up young then sewing to- gether their disparate parts into a matching pair of super- and who will breed him a master race. There is sex and courtesy of Monique Van Vooren. And there is deadpan campiness. The film is deeper than the gore. It represents Morrissey's vision of a new generation of almost catatonic young. It also shows his disgust with mainstream its death sexual envy and obsession with youth. is pleased that film publicists and agents have found the film perversely fascinating. The underground talent wants to get the and studios been wooing him. have Morrissey met Warhol in 1965. Soon he became a sort of alter ego to writing scripts and doing technical work on Warhol's films. Gradually he emerged on his own. Morrissey's all-time favorite of the Warhol- Morrissey films is Women in made in the 1960s. He describes it as of the craziest films we ever PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short 9-00 BADLANDS' 9.30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-15 9-15 CONRACK- LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short 7-00 9.00 BUTCH CASSIDY- 7-10 9'10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW' 9'00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES IN THEATRE Me 10.00 JOHNNY 12.15 ONE COMPLETE GATES OPEN- 10'QO ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RECEIVER-PURCHASER required Day Shift Should Have Grocery Experience Apply El Rancho Hotel COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public and Museum Jtiy Jily Jilj Jrtv JriV JHf July 15 FRITZ SICK Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Public Swim mt Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Swim Swim p.m. Family Swim Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m HENDERSON Swim Swim p.m. Swim p Swim Swim Swlmi Swim a.m. to p.m. LIONS Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Swim p.m. Swlrv p.m. p.m. PLEASE Registration to nil vacancies In swimming Instructions will bo taken at the pool of your choice during the above Hated SIR p.m HENDERSON 1 ICE Skate Skate p.m. Although much of Roots is necessarily it is bas- ed on from the griot's oral from Lloyd's of London shipping from 53 librarie or walled depositors on the old slave fort sites in DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dentil Mechanic 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre SEX PLEASE -r WERE in color. Starring Ronnie Corbett. July 8 and 9. Monday show at p ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre GLIDE IN in color. July 10. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILD- REN. TABER Tower Theatre TANGO IN in color. Starring Marlon Brando. July 10. Monday shows at and p.m. RES- TRICTED ADULT Extremely Course Lan- ALL THEATRES ARE COOL AND COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED paramount 8th St. 4th Ave. 327 5100 TONITE and MS. AT P.M. SHEEN THE JAMES DEAN OF THE SEVENTIES IN A STORY BASED ON A FACTUAL RESTRICTED ADULT RESTRICTED ADULT IN 1959. A LOT OF PEOPLE WERE KILLING TIME. KIT WAS KILLING PEOPLE. paramount cinema TONITE thru THURS. AT P.M. The story of a young ideal- istic school teacher who takes on the challenge of instructing a class of semi- illiterate Black children in a remote Southern Island. ADULT JONVOIGHT CONRACK On- ln.iuiifiilm.in i-.mii ZOlhCcnUiry Foi present A MARTIN RlTT IRVING ftAVETCH PRODUCTION 4Ko-.1 ir PAUL WINFSELD HUME CRONYN Directed MAR tIN RlTT Produced Dy MARTIN HlTT.niri HARRIET FRANK jfl NOW SHOWING AT P.M. 20th Ave Mayor Mjgrath Dr 328-6300 ADULT BUTCH THE KID ARE Just for the fun of PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANC Panavision' Color by green acres drive-in TONITE and MS. McQ-ne's a busted his gun is and his story is SECOND FEATURE Chip Corman and Gilbert Rowland JOHNNY HAMLET BUM Conpliti Skew 10 I.D.