Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
[TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Sec The Man Run, p.ni-, Ch. 7. A phone call in the night begins a taut drama with a twist. Robert Gulp stars as a struggling actor accidentally swept Into kidnapping scheme. Angle Dickinson, Eddie Albert. SUSPENSE DRAMA: Night Gallery, p.m. Ch. 7. Rod Serling presents three tales of the supernatural. COMEDY: The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine, p.m., Ch. 13. Guest star this week is Barbara Feldon of Get Smart fame. Spike Mllligan co-stars. MOVIE DRAMA: Psycho '59, p.m., Ch. 7. Psycholo- gical study of a blind woman, her sinister husband and her vixenish sister. Patricia Neal, Curt Jurgens. English, IBM, Zhrs. DOCUMENTARY: Quality ol Lite, p.m. Ch. 13. Plastic surgery clinical, emotional and social aspects. Highlighted by interview with Dr. Lloyd Carlsen, one of the continent's best surgeons. MOVIE MYSTERY: Murder Most Foul, p.m., Ch. 11. The late Dame Margaret Rutherford stars as Agatha Chris- tie's Miss Marple. 1964, 90 min. MOVIE MYSTERY: Homicidal, Midnight, Ch. 7. Woman returns to the old mansion she lived in as a child and becomes involved in chiiling mystery. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Tlio Three Stooges in Orbit, p.m. Ch. 7. Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Rita star in this slap-stick farce made in 1962. 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Bride of Vengeance, "p.m., Ch. 13. Political intrigue and villainy among the Borgia family. Paul- ette Goddard and John Lund, 1949, 90 min. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs L.re listed by the radio and televijion tlalioni. Any variation in program, schedule due to lait- minule changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of (he Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre, CHEC Koger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY N10HT Psul Dave Kins FRIDAY Jack Neuleld Buryl CUrk CJOC Show FRIDAY Jim Elliot CBC News THURSDAY NIGHT Worn al John Walker Request Line John Charles Vogt News MOH. THRU SAT. Don McMasler Checllnft Leo Dow John Oliver Dave King Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Groin Price! Newj, Wlhr. Sport Jack Thy! Phone Bill Show John Walker CHEC FM if Hourly Wthr. Half Hour 5-35 Sporls Don MacMaslcr Concerts [Bob Don Hedman Consta) l.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIOHT Prairie Chamber This Counlry Hnm- OMn Music Radio Noon 4.03 Home KUn Winnipeg Orchestra Slockmarket M It Happen The Inner Ear Take II From Here Muilcscope FRIDAY Holiday News, wfhr, Sports Eye Opener Home Run From the Capitals World at Eight News Five Nlghls a Waek Eye Opener World at six CLCC Broadcast's over Cable vision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Deve Oberg Ma] or News Major News Major News John Malakoff Carol Sears DUnrw Meyer Doug Gcaaen This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable DC TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS teito an 419 5th St. S. Phrme 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences (c) Gomer Pylc Teleprote 7 Movie; See tho Man Run fliOO Night Gallery Movie: Psyche 59 (C) News Teleprobi 7 Klahsnie Movie: Homicidal (cl FRIDAY Farm Fuels Romper Room Mr. DrcSSUp Friendly Giant Chez Helene 11.00 Sesame StreeJ Klondike Days Hi-Liles (c) Movie: Three Stooges in Orbit Summer Town TsKc 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Batman Bewitched Family Affair Bewitched News (c) Gunsmoke (cl Medical Centre Marly Feldman Quality or Life Bold Onea Newi (c) Newi Plerra Berlon David Frost FRIDAY Thought tor Day Rupert Bear _ 9M5 Fashions In Stwlng Anything You Yoga Can Do House of Frighten- Batman My Threa Sons fc) TonlBtlt Show News B.uiri... uhlhllllpi FRIDAY ivootove u Many 4.M Baviriey ruimimei Understanding Our Splindcrod Thing Nawi World As thl World Turnl NIWI KFBB-TV Great Follt Channul 5 (Cibltvliion Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIOHT Nlwa Niwlywed Garni News (c) captain Kangaroo Naws (c) Nows Dlnth'l Placa (a) Sctril Slorm Brady Bunch LgLanna Oni Lllo lo Llva Movie: Tho Comic 7-M Days Of Our Lives Owin Mmhall Galloping Gourmat Giniral Hoipllal lo.-M TV-! Ntxs faj Hurl II TrirM on a Mlkh Al Plrry Haws Doling Garni (c) Movll: Stlrth for Spill Slctol Murdir Mail .Eoul Tomorrow Biwllchld [c) FRIDAY All My Children Si M Password (c) Farm Lol'i Make EXul Newt 1 L Frank Sinatra denies connection with Cosa Nostra WASHINGTON (AP) En- tertainer Frank Sinatra told [louse of Representatives inves- tigators this week he knows nothing about the Cosa Nostra and insisted he merely made an nvestment in a New England racetrack allegedly backed by organized-crime money. In fact, said Sinatra, he with- drew his investment in .963 when he learned that he lad been elected, without his permission, as a director and ifficer of now-defunct Berkshire Downs in Hancock, Mass. Sometimes barely audible, ither times on the offensive, the i6-year-old Sinatra appeared for 90 minutes before a standing- room-only crowd at a hearing of he House select crime commit- The dapper, retired suiger-ac- or drew squeals from the mostly female crowd as he en- tered the hearing room under the protection of congressional police and security officers. Even before he made his ap- pearance, Sinatra won a proce- dural point with the committee when he refused to testify in the presence of radio-television or cameras. Committee chairman Claude Pepper (Dem. Fla.) agreed to the restriction even though the rule Sinatra invoked pertains only to subpoenaed witnesses and the entertainer appearec voluntarily. Sinatra ignored a scheduled appearance before the commit- tee June 8 and flew to London. The committee had said it would issue a subpoena for him but the papers were never served. Pepper threatened to clear FRANK SINATRA "ROBERTS and AKAI'' Professional Tapa Rocorden and Stereo Component Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13lh SI. N. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS IN NOS. IN 52 NOS. If no bingo colled alter 52 noi., will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS WHOOP-UP DAYS ENTERTAINMENT THURS. SAT. SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS SAT. UPSTAIRS CHARADES SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theafre "KOTCH" In color. Starring Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 20, 21 and 22. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE RED TENT" In Technicolor. Starring Sean Con- nery, Claudia Cardinale and Hary Kruger. Friday and Saturday, July 21 and 22. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "FLAP" In Technicolor. Starring Anthony Quinn. Fri- day, Saturday and Sunday, July 21, 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CAHRY ON UP THE JUNGLE" In color. Starring Sidney James and the "Carry On Thursday, July 20. Show at p.m. Adult. TAEER Tower Theatre "THE LAST RUN" In color. Thursday and Friday, July 20 and 21. Thursday shows at 7iOO and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. THE EASY MONTE CARLO WAY Meet new people new 1 friends. Go out more-get time fun out of life. Develop new poise md -DB more popular. Improve your dancing-white ing fit. VfE'lLMUKE YOU MOKE JOT OUR D1IIT MiniS-m WEHLY SOCIIISI MTEtU WITH OK WITHOUT 1 PtRTNEI! You have your choice of (Xpert group or private lessons. Learn today's most popular dances! Latin, Fox Trot, Discotheque. A ptaonsl diaea demonslratfon it touts ivWwuJ FREE! CALL TODAY 327-1442 MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 535 13th St. N. Lethbridgft the committee room after the audience broke into laughttr at one of Sinatra's replies to Jo- seph Phillips, committee c set. Phillips said he couldn't un- derstand why Sinatra had trou- ble remembering meetings he had with Gaetano (Three Finger Brown) Luchese, late boss ot a New York Mafia lamily. Sinatra said he had met Luch ese when he entertained at the 500 Club in Atlantic City, N.J. but he couldn't remember the details. "That was 10 or 11 years he said. "I must have said 'Hello' to maybe a half-a- million people since then, can't remember all their names. "I never had any business dealings in any sense or form with Luchese. I met him once twice and shook hands. That's the extent of it." 'HEMEMBER Phillips asked: "Would you remember me if I came in, shook your hand and s Sinatra: "II I wanted to, That brought a roar from the crowd and the reprimand from Pepper. Sinatra opened the hearing by accusing the committee of being irresponsible in permitting a convicted felon to lint Sinatra's name with organized rime. Joseph (The Baron) Barboza, self-described killer of 25, told the committee May 24 that Ray- mond Patriarca, now impris- oned New England Cosa Nostra MSS, had unspecified hidden money in Berkshire Downs. Barboza also said Sinatra in- vested money for Patriarca and another underworld boss, Gen- naro Angiulo, in the Fontaine- ileau Hotel in Miami Beach and the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. SAYS NAME BANDIED "It was indecent and irrespon- sible to permit the witness to bandy my name around to bet- ter said Sinatra. "Why didn't the committee refute it when he said Phillips said Barboza unex- pectedly made the statements about the hotels when he was asked a question about Berk- shire Downs. Phillips said the committee had an affidavit from the Fon- tainebleau Hotel denying that Sinatra ever had any ownership there and it would be placed in the record. "Why didn't you call to the press and tell them about snapped Sinatra. "This man's testimony was nothing but char- acter assassination. "He was asked a simple ques- tion and this bum went running off at the mouth. I'm not going to stand for it. I'm not a sec- ond-class citizen." Suspect arson in ship fire HONG KONG (AP) The fire that destroyed the former luxury liner Queen Elizabeth Jan. 9 probably was deliber- ately caused by persons un- known, a marine court of in- quiry said here. "There were at least three major sites of fire, all of them occurring within minutes of each other, and there may have been other independent sites as the court said after a two-month inquiry ordered by the Hong Kong government. "Wliile there is no direct and conclusive evidence on the mat- ter, the court is also satisfied that by far the most likely cause of the fires was a series of deliberate acls by a person or persons unknown." fToday's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short "Biscuit Last Complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Play it Again Sam" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Sliort Subjects "Whnt's Up Doc" Last Complete Show GKEKN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Kidnapped" -r- "Dairy on Again One Complete Slow Thursday, July 20, 1972 THE LCTHBBIDG6 HtHAlD f Drug charges are dropped LOS ANGELES (AP) Six members of Sly and the Family Stone rock group have been re- leased tfter a district attorney rulad there was insufficient evi- dence to prosecute them on charges of possessing mari- juana and dangerous drugs. Sheriff's officers arrested the singers Tuesday after stopping and searching their motor home on Santa Morica Boulevard. Among those taken into cus- tody was the group's leader, Sylvester Slewart, 26, of San Francisco, who is known as Sly. LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer Jack Jones has obtained a restraining order preventing his former business manager from transferring or disposing of any of his interests, said lo be worth f 1 million. The order was issued Tuesday in connection with Jones' suit against Robert Prince, his for- mer business manager, lawyers Joseph Wolf and Allan Liebert and accountant Sidney Bash. Jones, who fired Prince ear- lier this month, contends in the suit that he refused to give him any information about his hold- ings since 1960. GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. FIRST TAMED The horse was first tamed by man more than years ago. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL THURS., FRI., SAT. 'n tht AZTEC LOUNGE Ballads by Wynn Hanson n Ihi CABARET "BUTLER" 6 piece band dirict from 3 wtekt of Edmonton Caravan Cabaret. Admiwicm In tho TAVERN Music by KEY TWO LAST TIME TONIGHT "CARRY ON AGAIN DOCTOR" In _ Sidney Jumn ADULT "KIDNAPPED" In Color With MICHAEL CAINC FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY Adulf Not Suitable For Childrtn WATCH THEM OPERATE! GEORGE C. "THE HOSPITAL" HIT "what's the Matter With Helen" N0- Z In Color Shelley Winters _ Debbit Reynolds PARAMOUNT nil. ft Hili SI Ml 5100 NOW SHOWING at and p.m. They challenged, the best of the sporting with 9 no'count hound! PATRICIA M GODFREY HOLLIMAK CflOWLEf AYHES CAMBRIDGE M RICHAIIDS MwWHITAKEB afrpSFELL 'JFJfc.jt MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. "It's still the same old story, a fight for love and glory.'" IT Aduit _ Not For children PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and FRI. et and p.m. FAMILY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING et and p.m. pr Allied Arts Summer Program BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE COURSE: BATIK PHOTOGRAPHY CREATIVE CRAFTS GROUP GUITAR HOME DECORATING CRAFTS Cost Per Course AGES DATES TIMES 13 and up July 24 28 p.m. 13 and up July 24 Aug. 4 p.m. 13 July 24 Aug. 4 p.m. 15 and up July 24 Aug. 4 p.m. 13 and up July 31 Aug. 11 p.m. Registrations accepted up to Class Time PHONE 327-2813 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE July July July July July 24 HOUR FRITZ SICK 1 p.m. Public Swim 1 S 1 p m. Public Swim 1 5 6-9 Swim 6 8 1 p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. Swim 5 S 5 p.m. 9 9 9 9 p.m. Swim 12 i Swim 12-5 Swim 10-5 Swim 1 5 Swim 12 S p.m. 9 9 9 9 p.m. NOTE: Rcgiitrationi to fill vacanclftl In Ihe summer iwimminc] instruction program! will taken al the twimmlng pools, during lha above listed hours. Far further tonloct Communlly Strvicoi Doporlmcnl office nt 326-2341, local 236.