Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

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: 26

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 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbruige Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGe HERALD Friday, July 14, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 15 TO FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1972 Tragedy of R101 7 T On October 1930 the giant British airship R101 left her base in Cardington, England on her maiden flight. Among the tidy four passen- gers aboard the airship were the govcrnmcn t secretary of slate for air, Lord Thomson; the director of civil aviation, Sir SefLon Brajicker; the de- signer and many other distiii- .guished observers. Seven hours after casting off from her mooring tower and in the pilch dark of a stormy nighb, the R101 crashed into a To produce Bertoii's two books JAMES IVTUBRAY James Murray, 40-year-old executive producers of The Na- ture of Things, has been named executive producer of The Na- tional Dream, a TV series ol eight hour-long documentaries based on Pierre Berton's two books on the building o< the CPR, the CBC announced. Mr. Murray, a native of To- ronto who has been associated with The Nature of Things since 1960, succeeds Lister Sinclair who recently was appointed executive vice-president of the Corporation. Mr. Sinclair has returned from England where production already was under- way on the scries, which will be telecast on the CBC-TV net- work early in 1974. wooded hillside at Beauvais in northern France. The airship was a floating gas chamber and the explosion and devasta- ting fire killed all but six of the passengers. The tragedy surrounding the R1CI is re-created in the CTV Network presentation, "Death By Misadventure to be telecast on Sunday, July 1G at 9 p.m. The R101 represented the be- ginning of a splendid era, when vast fleets of airships would sail with grace and serenity all over the world. The was also designed to help solve Bri- tain's critical transportation problems and to speed up com- munications with the overseas colonies. The following week, Sunday, July 23, CTV telecasts in the same lime period, to pm., "Death By Misadventure a documentary ac- count of the mystery surround- ing the sinking of HMS Thetis, submarine that sank while making her first dive, taking the lives of all but four of the 103 men aboard. Selenologisl? Jo Ann Pflug guest-stars as selenologist in the "Moon- rock" segment of NBC-TV's upcoming "Probe'1 series. What's a selenologist? "I'm a moon explains Miss Pflug in a scene. She portrays a sci- entist who's an authority on the HARD RIDER Kenny McLean, one of the all-time greats, rides Bar Belle at Calgary, in a scene from 1he NFB production "Hard Rider" to be seen on CDC-TV Wed- nesday, July 19 at 10 p.m. 6Hard Rider' star is Kenny McLean If Hollywood has its way, the next cult-figure of our time may be Ihe rcclco rider. Recent films like The Honkers, J. W. Coop, and Junior Bonner seem to indicate a trend in which Tall tale of livo dreams irom Moscow summit Bob Considinc, noted syndi- cated columnist who reports ou "Monitor" every weekend, brought back a tall tale from Moscow where he covered President Nixon's meetings with Soviet loaders. The story was told, Consl- dine reported, while a num- ber of newsmen were trying to top each other with jokes about the trip and the re- ported goings-on. One topper which Considine related in his NBC Radio broadcast con- cerned a fictional conversa- tion between President Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev, the Communist party chief- "Brezhnev says to Nixon, 'I had a dream last night. I dreamt that I was standing in front of the White House, and there was a great big red flag Hying over it. The flag had a legend written on it, and it said long live the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.' 'Now there's a coinci- Nixon says. 'I had a dream that I was standing in the middle oE Red Square, looking at the Kremlin, and there was a big red [lag float- ing over iL' 'Of says Brezh- nev, 'there's always a big red flag flying over the Kremlin. Did it have a legend written on 'Yes it says Nixon. 'And what did it Brezhnev asked with an ex- pectant smile. 'I don't answered the President. 'It was written hi Chinese.' ANOTHER ORCHESTRA The newly-reorganized Sym- phony Orchestra of Sault Ste. Marie lias become the 25th or- chestra in Ontnrio. the easy rider of the open road is being supplanted by the hard rider of the rodeo circuit. For the real story of the ro- deo rider, however, we in Can- ada need look no further than lOt guest Erich Von Daniken. the Gcr man author whose recent best- seller, Chariots Of The Gods, has caused controversy iiroughout the world, will be the special guest on The Tom- my Banks Show, Saturday, July 15 at 10 p.m., on CBC television. Banks, who returns to CBC- TV a nine-week summer series, will also present Nancy Wilson, who aptly combines careers in business and enter- tainment, and TV comedienne Jeanine Buniier. To date. Von Daniken" s books, Chariots Of The Gods and Gods From Outer Space, have sold over four million copies. His recent TV produc- tion of Chariots Of The Gods, telecast twice on CBC-TV this year, has stirred the minds of millions with the idea that Earth has been visited by in- telligent beings long before modern man's time. The author, dapper and total- ly unlike the usual image of an absent-minded scientist, dis- cusses his theories, including his own "reconciliation" of the Biblical version of how man began (Adam's rib) with a mod scientific idea based on a translation of the word from ancient Sumcrian texts. He presents new evidence, nev- er before mentioned in his books, of prior life on earth: recent discovery of a series ot caves in South America, def- OUT own West and home-grown I initely man-made, one leading champions like Kenny McLean. Kenny, a ton rider from Okana- Falls. British Columbia, is SI miles to the ocean. In a startling prediction. Von Daniken explains his belief that tire genuine article. He's been Earth will again be visited by super intelligent beings, prob- ably within 25 or 30 years. in the Rame since his tsens and at 23 became a world cham- pion saddle bronc rider That was a decade and in the years since he's added to his fame with a lot more hard rides: he holds five saddle- bronc and lliree all-round cow- boy championships. Kenny's story is told in a one-hour color feature from the NFB called Hard Rider, to be telecast on the CBC-TV n e t- work Wednesday, July 19 at p.m. Filmed in the U.S. and Canada including the Calgary Stampede, scene of Kenny's first major triumph in 1959 Hard Rider shows how the rodeo circuit is a way of life for this young Canadian In- dian. It's the story of a mod- em rodeo family as they tour. the stampedes on both sides of j week nm on the network, con- to r-elurns to CBC on Sundays The Sunday afternoon CBC- TV series to See returns to the network on July 16, at 5 p.m., for a new season of re- citals featuring Canadian art- ists. The half-hour TV music programs are produced in Mon- treal, Toronto. Winnipeg, Van- couver, and St. John's. New- foundland John Barnes, hoad of CBC-TV variety and music, announces that the scries will have a the border and it offers a fresh look at the rough and tumble life of the men who carry on the traditions of the range rider of the Old West. eluding at the end of March, 1973. The series' premiere, July 16, features Montreal harpsichord- ist Martha Brickman. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK "SIMON AND GARFUNKEL'5 GREATEST HSTS" 5 Record Dcpf. 75 STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. la 5 30 nd Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p m. Ccnlro Village. Telephone 37B-O231 ;