Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Hooker fined VANCOUVER (CP) Enter- tainer John Lee Hooker, Jr., 21, of Oakland, Calif., was sen- tenced to 74 days in jail after pleading guitly to charges of Impaired driving, possessing narcotics and failing to appear in court. He was also fined He was appearing at a Van- couver nightclub with his fath- er, John Lee Hooker. Love story SANGER, Calif. (AP) A young man bought twin ads in the Fresno Bee, one for himself and one for his fiancee, identi- fied only ai Linda. His read: "From Robert to: Jeannie, Bob- bie, Teri, Joanne, Dale, Cathy, Peggy, Marty and Mary. Good- bye. I love Linda and we are getting married." Linda's ad listed nine former boy-friends. (TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY SPECIAL: Stampede Parade, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Calgary Stampede Parade taped earlier fn the day. SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Co. 9. The Cincinnati Reds meet the Expos at Montreal. INTERVIEW: V.I.P., 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Retired RCMP superintendent Bill Eraser and New York City super cop Eddie Egan are the guests. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. An all- Italian show featuring Ernest Borgnine, Anna Maria Alber- gbetti, Gianni Rosso, Alex Cord and Peter BarbuttL MOVIE DRAMA: "The Rising of the a.m., Ch. 7. John Ford teamed with the Abbey Players for this three-part film about Irish life. TUESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Mother 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An animated film with Margaret Rutherford's voice as Mother Goose. RADIO and TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC ir Morley MeGIII and Allan Belt: Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: porary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY News News News Buryl Clark News Farm News cattle Prices News News Sportt Bob Hesketh News Chec-llne Chee Trading Pest Leo Dow John Oliver Farm CJOC Grain Call of the Land John Oliver Dave King Jack Neufetd Paul Grain Hews with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NI6HT TUESDAY News CBC News John Charles Show Jim Elliott Sports Phone Bill Shew News Elliot Sum- World at Six mer Show Stan Bailey Show Memories wltn George Bruce Bowie Show Jack ir CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY ttiro FRIDAY SATURDAY noon Don McMastar Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-10 p.m. 4 p.nru-1 a.m. Dell-O Don Hedman SUNDAYS UV.rn.-12 midnight p.m. Concerts, Overtures Concerts, Overtures and Encores and Encores (Bob Conciel 1-J p.m. The Casthaua CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News and Prices Jack John Charles Show News John Charles Show Jim Elliot Show WorM SIX (Bob Cenete) 4 noon program) 1-6 p.m. Don Hedman midnight overtmt and Encores (Bob Conclel Hour (German MONDAY NI6HT News Groove Yard World at Six TUESDAY Ajlt Warrnup f :S Eve Identities World af News, wttir. Sport Calgary From the Opener Five Nights a Week The World at Nine i-i> CBC sSnal at This Country Radio Noon Stock Market Holiday Bob Kelt BBC Home Run SIX Don't Miss Reading The UtftbtidgeHewitt CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Cop.es-Over Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablovitfon Ch. 6) MONDAY MI6HT S.-W Hollywood squares Get Smart fcOO Partridge Family Cannon This Is the Law 1040 VIP National Crossfire Truth or Consequences Left Make a Deal Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Joan WaterfieM X-OCTake 30 Edge of Night Family Court the Moon TUESDAY Pinocchlo CSDNews, Farm Oty Won Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up sssswsu. CFCN lerhbridg. Ch. 11 Ch. 4) BemTr, AfMr TUESDAY !lis.rm 11: Go Round KRTV Gnat Channel S (CaMwisien Ck MONDAY MIGHT News Lucy Doris Day HVws TonkJM Show Our WorW Today Show IIJOWorM Today in Montana Pyramid Doctors Sale of Century Another WorM Hollywood Match Game Jeopardy Secret Storm who. What, Where 2.x Mike r News News ;00 Baffle KFBMV Great fafls Channel 5 (Cebievifiofl Ch. 11) MONDAY N1OKT Password J 30 News TUWOAV 11.-OB AH Mr omrw 11 JO Make Oval or 1.00 Movie: Ssiior Seware 10. 00 News 10.30 Movte: FMoi for UUrmt 9rOOAudYey GswrmtS Young and The searai for General HospTW OM UM ta Uvt DETS of Oar Uvw Threa en 3-30 OwUns Gama Spirt SeooM Famed actress dies BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) Veronica Lake, who movie fame in the 1910s with her long blonde peek-a-boo hair- do, died here of acute hepati- tis at the Medical Centre of Vermont. She was 51. Among her best-remembered films was This Gun for Hire, a movie that introduced the late Alan Ladd to the screen. She appeared in 26 movies during her decade of stardom in the 1940s, then faded into ob- scurity. At her peak, she earned a week. Ten years ago in New York she tried to revive her acting career, doing a role in an off- Broadway revival of Best Foot Forward. About a year and a half earlier she had been found working in a second-rate hotel as a cocktail lounge waitress. Reports gave the impression of an ex-movie star fallen on hard times. "I'm sick and tired of having people ask me about she said, looking back during the theatre engagement "It's as though people were making me out to be down-and-out. I wasn't. I was paying a month rent then, and that's a long way from being broke." In recent years, according to Mends, she had been doing some theatre work in England and published her autobiogra- phy, Veronica. For the last several months she made her home in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, await- ing a divorce from a fourth hus- band. She is survived by a son and two daughters. July 9, THI UTHMIOOI HffJUlD 7 Queen of the world Shown in multiple exposure, Ella Fitzgerald performs at Carnegie Hail's "Salute to Ella Fitzgerald" for the seventh day of New York's ten-day-long Newport Jazz Festi- val. She was called by singer Carmen McRae at the concert, "the queen of the world." Eskimos in movie FROBISHER BAY, N.W.T. (CP) Paramount Pictures is spending about minion filming a picture in which at least half of the dialogue will be Eskimo. The pictee has a cast of more than 50 but only three are well-known. The remain- der, with one exception, are Baffin Island Eskimos who have never acted before. The exception is an Alaskan Eskimo girl with some dra- MA GEORGESON'S SOUTHERN STYLE FOOD TAKE-OUT 425 13th Street North (In HM Westminster Shopping Plaza) Phone 328-0334 Now Open 7 Days A Week from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Owned and Operated by her sen Ernie Georgeson DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW Tonight thro Saturday (NO COVBt CHARGE) HOTEL Red Couth lounge Tonight thru Saturday Presents "LAURIE BARDSLEY" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and Trh ST. S. PHONE 327-1191 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Ifoatra "ON TOE BUSES" In Tedmcolor. 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After being on the seller lists in thg United States and Canada, it has been published in 22 editions around the world in many languages. BASED ON TRUE STORY Negotiations are in progress to publish it in the Soviet Un- ion. Mr. Houston does not deny reports that he win get 000 for the film version of his novel Tiie book, based on a true story be heard from elderly Eskimos, tells of three New England whalers at turn of the century who became lost from their ship. They were rescued by Es- kimos and lived with them for some time until they had so disrupted the fives of the na- tives that they had to be killed. In the book the story is nar- rated by an Eskimo. Mr. Houston, writing the screen- play, turned fie plot around so that the three strangers ten the story. The strangers are played by Warren Gates as Pete, Tim- PABAMOUNT Short "HKfcr Last Tien Days" last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT ONBIA "Mary Poppins" _ Last Complete Show Family othy Botttfns as Dagat and Lou Cosset as Portigee. The only other import actor is Geni McCormick of Los Ange- Wallace proud MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) GOT. George Wal- lace's son. George, 21, released a recording through MGM Records here. Wallace joined with his son In making the announcement. The governor said: 'It's a happy day for me and for my son. Fm very proud of his record. I like ft." Air coverage on Watergate NEW YORK (AP) The three major television networks in the United States wffl re- sume rotational coverage of the Senate Watergate hearing this week. Reserving the right to a day- by-day decision, ABC said it win open the rotation Tuesday. NBC takes over the live cover- e Wednesday, and CBS Thursday. Romance reports denied HOLLYWOOD, Calif. ter) Actor Peter Lawford today scoffed at reports of ro- mance between Mm and Efiza- beth Taylor, who is in hiding here following a separation from husband Richard Burton. 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