Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 40

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July 11, 1979 THI LETHUIOOI MMAL0 8 TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPORT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Cincinnati meet the Expos in Montreal. SPECIAL: "Reflections In Scarlet and p.m., Ch. 13. The arrival of the N.W.M.P. at the site of Fort Mao leod is recalled as former ROMP member, Paul Derach, re- flects on his years with tbe Force. Members of the Fort Imd Centennial Society reveal plans for the Homecoming Weekend in July 1974. CRIME DRAMA: Madigan, S p.m., Ch. 13. Madigan is trying to prevent his disgraced former partner from tilling a business executive. MUSK: Lawrence Welk, p.m., Ch. 7. Songs of tbe river- boat days are recalled with colorful costumes and nostalgic melodies. CRIME DRAMA: Sarge, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Sarge the target of a would-be assassin, the result of arrests made when he was a policeman. MUSIC: Paul Horn Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Singer Freda Payne is Paul Horn's guest. MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Cn. 7. A con- temporary Greek tragedy about a woman's attraction to her stepson. NTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Amanda Blake (Gunsmoke's Kitty) is among the scheduled guests. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Death of a 1 p.m., 13. A tough marshal against crooked community leaders. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in b dve to last-minute changes by the stations and is not tho res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morlty McGlll and Alien Bell Contemporary News; Douj Marvin Contemporary Sportt; Leo Dow Farm News; Music Wa Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY Iftrtt FRIDAY Cattle ftlCM Buryl Clark Bunf Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices Bun) New. Sports New. Sportt Fort gH et the Lend 11-00 Leo Dow Dave King jShn Oliver Jack NeuMd 12.15 Farm News Paul Tewler if CJOC with BUI Skelton, Rad VWiitt, Mathesonj Sport and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card Memories with George Brown Sunday Mornings WEDNESDAY NIOHT 5.30 Jim Elliot Wthr..Sjort 5-00 Probe 1210 CBC News News and Grain John Charles Show News, Wthr, Sport world at Six Phone Bill Show Jack Beilley snow Jim Elliot Summer John Charles Show Jim Parsons Show Show Probe 1220 12 30 Bowie Show Jaelc Thys John Charles Show THURSDAY Probe 1220 World at Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY Mm FRIDAY SATURDAY t noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Don Hedman t p m.-l a m. Dell-O t a.m.-lJ noon Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. Dell-O t p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, (Bob Concie) and Encore. (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Caithau. Hour (German program) 1-4 p.m. Don Hedman midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIOHT World at Six Written In Rock THURSDAY Warmup Eye Opener World at As It Concern News, Sports, Wthr 05 Eye Opener From the Capital. World At Nine Five Nights a Week This Country That's the way Royal Tour It Goes Calgary Indian Meeting Radio Noon stockmerket Holiday Max Fergueoe Royal Tour Home Run New. World et As It The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district, readers. bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! Wo submit our records to tho rogular scrutiny of tho Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to tho discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook July 24th (Advertising Dtadlim b July iMi) CALL 32B-4411 FOR FUR HER INFORMATION! News, and OOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtevbion Ch. 6) Truth or Let's Make a Deal Nancy Miller 9.00 Allen Galloping Gourmet 9.30 Sing-A-Long Jubilee Joan WaterfieM Won Ami Take 30 10 15 Friendly Giant Edge of Night Mr. Dress Up Family Court Sesame Street Drop In 12.00 Beverly Hollywood trtDMISDAY NIOHT THURSDAY Hollywood Pinocdilo CJOC News Baseball 1-30 Sports Lawrence Weik 10-00 Serge News CJOC News Crossfire Movie: Phaedra CFCN.TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabtoviilon Ch. 4) WtDNBSOAY NIOHT THURSDAY Matin News 4.25 TIKW9M Beat the dock University of Air Mannix Room Somerset Anothtr WorM 9.30 Trouble wWn Tracy Whats the Good Uncle Bttfey Word 10 30 Supermartel Anything YOB CM Stampede Go-Round Pierre Benen Do 11-50 News 1J-30SS North Maple Buckshot Grmm W.W Family AWafr 4-55 Star Trek 9.30 Jason King 10-30 Paul Horn Show News KRTV Groat Fans Channel 3 (CaUovirien Ok f) NIOHT WlBNCSOAY News 5-30 News Bob NrWhart t 30 Mystery Movie 900 Marmlx 10.00 News Tonight Show THURSDAY fcllOur World SaHfle AgrJorttwe As the World 7.00 Today Snow News S.OO Tadty tn MoHMM 12.30 Doctors s 3D Pyramid AnoThtr World of Century 1.30 New Match Game Hollywood Squares Secret Storm 1C 00 Jeopardy 2 3D NUke Doooias Shew 10.30 Who What Where wild Game 4.30 News 10.SS News 5.-00 News 11-00 Baffled News t 30 Truth or KFM-TV Croat Falls Channel S (Cableviswn Ch. 11) mem- TmiRsoAY w Newtywea 12 39 Gwici effl HflBpltafl 1.30 One ure to Uwe j oo of our Urn ReSSts S 3D Mem (Reuter) An Or- ganizttion linking about Roman Catholic priests in Brit- ain has condemned a con- troversial mass by American composer Leonard Bernstein as being blasphemous and sacr- eligious. The mass, which bad its Eu- ropean premiere broadcast live from Vienna on television here last week, was an outspoken piece of theatre in which a chorus of street boys, rock mu- sicians and a marching band were used alongside an eccle- siastical chorus and a sym- phony orchestra to tell the story of a priest beset by doubts. But the Catholic Priests Asso- ciation, which described the mass as a musical, said today that as the work progressed it became more apparent that "those on stage represented the atheists, protesters and drop- outs" of society. Priests condemn musical mass Forest fires number cut EDMONTON (CP) A re- duction in the number of fires caused by lightning has cut the number of forest fires by 40 per cent this year compared with last year, the forest fire control centre said today. So far this year there have been 41 fires caused by light- ning compared with 220 at the same time last year. Iftere have been a total of 298 forest fires this year covering acres compared with last year at the same time when 506 fires destroyed acres. Jack Carreau, the centre's statistician, said a lack of lightning in May and damp, cool weather in June was re- sponsible for the reduction. A statement from the associ- ation said: "The musical is a blasphemous and sacreligious profanation of the very centre >f Catholic life and worship. It betrays the humanistic ideas of its composer at almost every step." The association spoke of its disgust and distress at the deci- sion taken by the British Broad- casting Corp. to broadcast the work by the U.S. composer, whose father was a Russian Jew. The association also took is- sue with the BBC for saying in its publication Radio Times that: "Parts of Bernstein's mess may offend some Catho- lics. But it has been well re- ceived by the church itself, and Bernstein had letters from ad- mirers who had left the churC-h but were moved by toe mass to return." This statement is "nothing short of being audacious and af- rogant. How, may it be asked, has the church itself expressed its acceptance when the pre- miere was only shown in Eu- rope on Sunday evening the association asked. Actress dies Actress Veronica Lake, who appeared in 26 films id the 1940s, died of acute hepatitis in Vermont. Among her best remem- bered films was "This Gun For a movie that in- troduced Alan Ladd to the screen. She was 51. Tales of blackmail unfold in court Superstar becomes movie LONDON (AP) Tales of blackmail, a vice house fitted with two-way mirrors and sex parties at posh hotels were told to a court here as a case al- leging pop music payola at the BBC got aider way. Blonde pop star Janie Jones, 34; her song writer and former husband, John Dee, 34; and one-time court clerk Eric Gil- DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW" Tonight thru Saturday (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday Presents "LAURIE BARDSLEY" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVt and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 30 11 All My CWldreti 11 3D Let s Make Deal Mewl THE IRISH GYPSY ROVERS IN THE IMPERIAL LOUNGE NIGHTLY At The PARK PLAZA TILL JULY 14th bert, 42, faced charges. Several arraignments alleged Miss Jones and the two men procured sex for BBC. and TV producers in exchange for getting records plugged. In prosecution statements and in "evidence, the court heard of threats of violence to prostitutes who worked for Miss Jones if they talked to police; promises to girls of TV work hi return for sex with producers; a room in Miss Jones' apartment fitted with a two-way mirror so clients could watch others hav- ing sex, and expensive parties for BBC men. NO OTHERS NAMED Apart from the three accused, no one was named in court. Two men were referred to as Mr. Y and Mr. X and a call girl who gave evidence was identi- fied only as Miss A. Prosecutor Michaal Worsley said a charge that Miss Jones tried to hire a man to murder Dee will be heard separately. Miss A told the court that on one occasion she was told to pose as an 11-year-old girl hav- ing sex with her elderly step- father while a TV producer watched through a one-way win- dow. She was told this would help get her a "flood" of television work. Miss A referred to two ex- clusive hotels as places where, she and other girls involved in the ring had sex with TV men and a number of unidentified Arabs. Money she collected from clients was given to Miss Jones, who then paid her, she said. Town lives up to its name MUNICH, West Germany (Reuter) Hot Gun Town lived up to its violent name at dawn Tuesday fire swept its replica Wild West Saloon. Fires also broke out in the stables and other wooden buildings of the cowboy-style recreation centre. Po'ice said two-thirds of the town, built of wood and val- ued at some marks Cabont million) was de- stroyed. Coaldale pastor back in office EDMONTON