Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY CRIME DRAMA; Mission: Impoisihlc, p.m.. Ch. 7. John Colicos stars as a rebellious Caribbean government official who plans to take over his country by having his president assassinated while in the United Stales to speak before a joint session of Congress. SPORT: Football '7Z, p.m., Ch. 7. This is the sec- ond in a series with highlights of the Calgary vs. Edmon- ton exhibition game. VARIETY: Good Times, I p.m., Ch. 7. Singer Ann Mortifee joins Catherine McKinnon and Jim Roberts. COMEDY: David Steinberg Show, fci.ra., Ch. T. Mu- sic, comedy and funny routines. Patty Duke is a guest. DOCUMENTARY: Islam, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Films of his- torical sites and dramatic re-enactments explore the range of cultures absorbed by Islam. DRAMA: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A frenzied chase across the Alps in Italy involving entanglement with an American mobster. STAMPEDE: Highlights, p.m., Ch. 13; p.m., CIi. 7. Feature Jlacc, p.m.. Ch. 13. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Louis Nye, Trini Lopez and pilot Sheila Scott are the guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE MYS'1'EttY: "Girl in the 1 p.m., Ch. 1. A tough thriller with stand-out character acting. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Our Man in 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. An American agent investigates the mysterious disappearance of one of his colleagues in Jamaica. ANGLO'S Radio TV Program ure lilted by thi radio and televiiion Any variation in program ii due to minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Cnannon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT NewTeld Checllne King WEDNESDAY jlhn "onver1 Jick Newftld Buryl CUrK Davi King TUESDAY NI6HT world al six John Walker John Chgrlei 12.30 Terry Vogt WEDNESDAY CBC News News MOH. THRU SAT. Don ArtacMaster Concert! 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Family t'tslr Game Lucy Show (rS Salulfl AqrlcUllurs Todny Show (c) News (c) Today In Montana The Doctors (c) NBC Nightly Democratic Convention (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevhion Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Mod Squad Democratic Convention Marcus Wolby News (c) Arnlc Movlo: Bedevilled WEDNESDAY ;4J Farm Newi Mows Nowlywcd Gama cnpl. Kangaroo News Dinah's Placo (c) Secret Storm Jnck LdLanna Ona Ufa to Live Audrey (c) Our Lives G si I np] ng Gourmet General Hospital Where the Heart li Three on n Match News (c) Dating Gan.o Search for Split Second (c) Tomorrow Bowllehrrt All My Password iii3DAtako Deei ui Nm July 11, 1972 THI LETHBP.IDGE HERALD 7 Tourists, marine biologists haven Film star helps businessmen plan tropical hideway WEWAK, New Guinea (AP) Film star William Holden flew from here today in a small plane to the Wuvulu Islands to help American and Australian businessmen plan a multi-mil- lion dollar tropical hideaway [or tourists and marine biologists. Holden, recognized as an ecol- ogist and conservationist, is spending one day assessing the potential of the Wuvulu Islands group which is part ot the Aus- Identity mistake MONTREAL (CP) What was believed to he a rare pere- grine falcon found Friday near a downtown office building turned out to be a bird of a different feallicr. Zoo officials decided after a closer look that the bird is a five-week-old An.erican kestrel, better known as a sparrow hawk. The brown and rust-colored bird is common in this area Peregrine falcons, on the oth- er hand, are nearly extinct. IraJian-admirastered trusl terri- tory of New Guinea. Clifford Batt, a Briton who owns 43 of the Wuvulu Islands, WILLIAM HOLDEN Assessing Potential Vancouver play wins high praise By VICTOR STANTON LENNOXV1LLE, Que. (CP) Festival Lennoxville presented Monday night the first "main stage" production of George Ryga's Captives of the, Faceless second 1 offering of its inaugural season. William Davis, artistic direc- tor of the festival and director of Captives, described Mr. Ryga's work as "one of the most exciting and relevant plays yet written in Canada." Productions of the play have been given in Vancouver, home of the playwright, and in To- ronto, but both were what Mr. Davis describes as "studio" ef- forts. Mr. Ryga, who shot to prom- inence ss one of Canada's fore- most English-language play- wrights with his The Ecstacy of Rita Joe, was commissioned by the Vancouver Playhouse to write the play for the 1970-71 ieason. The play was written during the Quebec terrorist crisis of October, 1970, and reflects the political events of that time. CAPTOR, CAPTIVE MEET In the play, set somewhere in Canada in the near future, cap- tor confronts captive on the final day of e 23-day kidnap- ping. "In the end." says Mr. Davis, :we see that they are both cap- tives of the faceless drummer, that neither has independence of action, and that even in their growing unity, they are destined to be destroyed by that power which moves social forces and is stronger than the individuals within it." The Vancouver Playhouse board of directors refused to produce the play and a group of West Coast actors gave it its initial staging in the Vancouver Art Gallery. Last season Captives was presented at the St. Lawrence Centre In Toronto, but not in its main theatre. O'Dea says lie's content with report ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Fabian O'Dea, chairman of the Newfoundland royal commission that investigated the rental of buildings to the provincial liq- uor commission, says he is "content that the report sneaks lor itself." He was commenting on state- ments by former premier Jo- seph Smallwood, who said the commission report was "an at- tempt to get at me; to destroy my name." The royal commission named Mr. Smallwood as one of three shareholders in a company rent- ing stores to the Newfoundland Liquor Commission. The report also said he bought shares in the British Newfoundland Corp. while his government was nego- tiating with the company to build the Churchill Falls power project. The formev premier has de- nied any knowledge 01 the cnm- pHDy that leased (pace to commission and seirl if he was a shareholder, it was wiHiout his consent. Mr. Smallwood claimed In an Interview from London that while he was premier, ho wns "victim o( a conlinunl stream of vilification, abuse and .slander from the household of Fabian O'Dcn who wns then lieutenant- governor." Mr. O'Dca said Friday Mr. Smallwood's commcnls wore not 'VorLby of comment." Tlie Toronto production slanted the play as a propa- ganda piece for the Front de Liberation du Quebec, with cast members handing out copies of an FLQ manifesto. David Hittenhouse, festival Lennoxville director, deplored any attempt to present the play as anything other than a work of "tremen- dous dramatic conflict." One actor, he said, refused the role of the radical because he does not "win" his argu- ment. In the festival production, Hogcr Blay plays the captor and Donald Davis his captive. Mr. Rittenhouse said the play was chosen to add balance to the festival which opened Satur- day night with Mavor Moore's rollicking farce The Ottawa Man. The festival will also present Ann Henry's Lulu Street, a comedy-drama, The festival was founded pri- marily to stage revivals of Ca- nadian plays which have had previous professional produc- tions. In addition to the three plays, the festival's first season will include, five matinee perform- ances of Ten Women, Two Men and a Moose, Mia Anderson's one-woman show focussing on women in Canadian literature- administrative American and Australian tourist developers and Holden has been hired to help them decide how the islands should be developed and how the natural flora and fauna can be 250 miles out in the Ocean northwest of here, rollows a public and parliamentary controversy in which some native people alleged the sale of Ball's Wuvulu holdings uepuvti me isianas 01 Lancaster university Saturday land and some of their homes, for his services to the theatr'a and film industry. LANCASTER, England (Reu- The degree was presented (n ter) Peter Ustinov, British him bv Princess Alexandra of actor-director, was awarded an Kent, 'the university's chancel, honorary doctorate of letters by UN statistical World tr UNITED NATIONS (Reuler) The value of international trade last year reached a new peak of billion but showed a smaller percentage increase over the record growth rates of 1969 and 1970, the UN statistical yearbook reports. The UN document, reviewing the 1960-70 decade, showed that the internal exports of the European Common Market members increased 422 per cent in that period. Japan led the world on an individual-nation basis with an increase of 377 per valu one-half of all the world's rail freight traffic. U.S. was the biggest consumer of energy followed, on a per capita basis, by Candaa, Czechoslovakia and Sweden. Republic of Ireland consumed the most calories per per capita. Indonesia recorded the lowest per capita calorie U.S. had more television receivers in 1970 than any other country, but Bermuda ranked second per capita, hits new peak and Z5 per cent respectively, uniil last November resulted In Declines were recorded by Can- the exclusion of data from that ads (52 per Argentina country. The first information Australia France from China in substantial U.S. (C) and Turkey ity is expected lo be included in China's absence from the UN the 1373 IDC "Thi People Who Take Tim, lo Build rmuri Brjng voo )h, ,inei) in Compon. enfs now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th 51. N. Phone Compared with trade 10 years ago, world exports in 1971 represented an increase of 156 The Swedes were the most avid newspaper buyers- GREEN ACRES ported. Most of the data included in the 838-page compilation made available Sunday related to 1970, because of the time needed by the statisticians to handle the mass ot information. These were some of the facts they came Japan (511 per Britain (488) and Hong Kong The following percentage increases in industrial production between 1958 and 1970 were recorded by major states: Japan 149, Soviet Union 178, Italy 150, West Germany 110. Canada 100, France 89, U.S. 82 and Britain 48. India and Russia showed the only increases in wheat production among the major producing nations in 1970: Eight per SHOW TIMES Organization" "The First Time" In Color In Color With With SIDNEY POITIER JACQUELINE in the 1960s by 22 per cent and was estimated by mid-1970 to have been 3.632 billion, showing a growth rate which, if maintained, will take the total to 6.5 billion by the year 2000. WEDNESDAY Fun Play Bingo In The Sun GYRO BINGO WED. billion in mid are ii; Today's Showtimes Jackpot if won in 51 led the world as a tourist attraction, with foreign visitors in 1970, 24 million of them from the United States. 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