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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPOUTS: CFL Football, p.m., Ch. 13. The Saskat- chewan Roughriders meet tho Tlger-Cats in the season open- er in Hamilton. MOVIE COMEDY: Nothing But the Best, p.m., Ch. 11. ITow to succeed, British style, starring Alan Bates. COMEDY SPECIAL: George Kirby, p.m., Ch. 13. Comedian George Kirby heads an houi- of comedy and song. Guests include the Mills Brothers and Lainio Kazan. DOCUMENTARY; Of all People. p.m., Ch. 7. TV- star turned missionary: a profile of former comedy actor Alan Young of "Mr. Ed" fame. Five years ago, Young quit show business to work for his faith, Christian Science. DOCUMENTARY: Distinguished Canadians, p.m., Ch. 7. Medicare, working mothers and free love are among the topics in a conservation with Dr. Wilder Penfield, fames Canedjan neuro-Burgeon. MOVIE DRAMA: Take the High Ground, Ch. 11., ti.m., Richard Widmark as a tough top sergeant training army recruits for combat in Korea. 1953. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Next lo No Time, p.m., Ch. 7. A timid employee comes up with a bold scheme to introduce automation in a factory. Kenneth More. English, 1959, 90 min. MOVIE WESTERN: The Tin Star, p.m., Ch. 13. Young lawman hopes to learn a few tricks from veteran lawman Morg Hickman. Henry Fonda, Anthony Perkins. 1957, 90 min. ANGLO'S Listings Programs ore listed by Ihe radio and Hnvifton slatioru. Any variation In program ichedult it dut to lost- minute changes by the Italians and li not trie respon- sibility of Ihe or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Chonnon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIOHT JBCK Niwlsld Deve King TUESDAY Barry Hegland JrOO Buryl Clark CJOC TUESDAY Len Dow John Oliver Dave King MONDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker Rcquest Line John Charles Doug Anderson Show CBC News Jim Elliolt Phcne Bill Shew Wayne Sarry NF.WS and Prices Jack Thys Llrm John Walker World af six Brain Party it CHEC FM News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concert [Bob Consie) Don MocMosler Don Hedman Radio 1010 Calgary Ideas Radio Noon Stack Market Take ll from Hera Holiday (Par) I) Home Run MONDAY N'GHT World at Groovtyard TUESDAY Ouebec Now Eye opener News, Wlhr, Sport World a] Eight News World e! Six From Tho Capllal: Calgary Eye Five NljMs A Opener WceK Tftis Country CLCC -fr CtCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Newi Hourly Weather Half Hour DnvB John Malakofl Douo Gossen News News Carol Sears This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flkotoplapluc Centel 419 5th St. 5. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTon Ch. 6) Luncheon Dale MONDAY NIGHT Gamer Pyte (c) 6.00 Teleprobe 7 Irish Rovers Petticoat Junction Odd Couplo (c) Partridge Family (c) 8130 Cannon (r_) This is Ihe Law Of All Peopla Distinguished Canadians (c) News Teleprobe 7 Under Attack TUESDAY Farm Facls Romper Room Mr Dressup Friendly Giant IOrJ5 Chez Helene Sesame Slreet Movie: Next to No Time Summer Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Courl Drop In Trulh or Consequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) TUESDAY ".30 Beat tho Clock Thought for Day Slar MONDAY NIGHT Family Affair Bird's Eye View CFL George Kirby 5p. Pig and Whistle Ironside (c) New: News (c) Pierre Berfon (c) Norlft Merv Grlllln All Aboul Faces Rupert Bear [c.) What's Ihe Good Fashions in Sewing Word (c) Vftri_ u Another World Yosa Anything You Can House ol Frlglen- Do (c) (c) Batman (c) Bewitched Family Affair (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News News, Here's Lucy Doris Day News u Tonioht Show TUESDAY Cur World saiuis lo Agriculture world Tumi Today Show fc) News Today In Monlana Doctors Concentration ic) Anolhcr World Sale of Century Edge of Nicilit Squares (c) Lova American Jeopardy (c) Style (c) Who, What, Where Family Affair Gamo Lucy show (c) News My Tlirca Sons Lovo Is Many Bcvrrly Hillblllici SnLndored Thing News Nows KFBB-TV Great Falli Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY AH My Children Password (c) A-H Farm News Mako a Dcnl (c) Nowi NCW! Nawlywcd Game NflWS NewsT Pnrlrldgo Family Captain Kangaroo SocroT Slorm (c) Re- Dinah's Place tO Ons Lllo lo Llva Jftck (c) Our Lives (c) Audrey (c) General Hospital Galloping Gourmet Thrco on n Malch Where tho Hcarl Is DM Inn Gams loris News (c) J-M Split Second Scflrrh for Bawllcriflrt Jcsslo Owens turns lo Berlin Movie: Nothing Bui Iho Best News Mary Tylrr Movie: Tnkfl Judy -by Vancouver VANCOUVER (CP) "You could almost say I've been se- duced by saic Judy LaMarsh of her two-week stint as a radio hot-line broad- caster here. Miss LaMarsh, former Liber- al cabinet minister, wound up her two weeks Friday and Sun- day will take off for her Nia- gara Falls, Ont., home and law practice. "They shoved me into It and made me sink or she said. "I think I've been swim- ming, and it's been absolutely marvelous." Whether Miss LaMarsh's short-shot entry into the local airwaves has had any effect on Radio CKWX's ratings is not yet known. Radio ratings were measured during her two-week stay. But what is obvious is that Hiss LaMarsh's reiterated dec- aration that her law practice was all-important and that nothing could induce her to engthen her stay has become weaker as time goes by. "You could almost say I've >een seduced by said Miss LaMarsh, gazing at he spectacular harbor and mountain scene from her down- .own high-rise hotel. Miss LaMarsh said her good mpressions did not spring only rom the warmth of her recep- ion at CKWX a week, champagne in the refrigerator, lowers in her or from he hundreds of letters and phone calls she has received, t's Vancouver in the summer- ime that has done most of the educing. "I've had fish and chips on the grass in Stanley Park, been almon fishing up Howe sound, (inched up on Grouse Moun- ain, had chicken and pizza in my room watching the fire- works display during the sea estival. I can tell you, Nia- gara Falls was never like this." She said she came here for me reason: "To break the all- male sound on local radio. It lad quite a reaction too. For he first couple of days there vere quite a few complaints, particularly when I spoke about women's lib." "Then it died down. Then I lad Rosemary Brown, ombuds- man from the Status of Wom- en's Council, and the male chau- vinists started up all over again." The pull of politics and law Is stil] strong, however, and Miss LaMarsh said she is consider- ing running as a Liberal in her home riding of Niagara Falls, now held by Liberal Joe Greene. "They've been alter me all spring to she said. "I've set some terms which I thought were ridiculous but they have almost met tnem. "And yet I feel the biggest job to be done for and with men, which is my main interest, is education. "Legislation In the federal field is very limited. The gov- ernment can only move as fast as it can get Uie public to move with it. Women should not be a partisan she said. "Maybe communica ting through radio on issues that are important to women, and all people, is the best way to bring constructive change." JUDY LAMARSH Identify victim PANGMAN, Sask. (CP) Armand Joseph Beaulieu, 37, of Montreal was identified as the man killed in a truck train collision near this southern Sas- katchewan town, 60 miles south of Regina. RCMP said the collision oc- curred nn a level crossing and four train cars were derailed. Sinatra denies nightclub melee Monday, July 31, 1972 THE LITHMIDOI HERAlD 5 'Flying Wallenda' killed WJIEELIKC, W. Va. ,'AP) Richard Guzman, a mem- ber of the famed Flying Wai- tendas high wire troupe fell to his death before an openicg night circus crowd here. Guzman, 29, a son-in-law of the troupe's founder, Karl Wallenda, apparently made contact with a live electrical wire while climbing a pole during Ihe family's act and fell 60 feet to the ground, po- lice said. It was the second time Wal- lenda had walched a member of his family die in the aerial act. Two members of the troupe, including Wallenda's nephew, Dieter Schepp, were killed in Detroit in 1962, when their seven-man pyramid col- lapsed. Mario Wallenda, Karl's adopted son, was per- manently paralysed in that accident. Wallenda, 67, was walking a wire across the wheeling Is- land Stadium when the acci- dent took place Friday and had to continue his walk after swing his son-in-law A reserve policeman, Harry Croft, rushed to break Guzman's fall and was slightly injurel when Guzman fell on him, police said. Guzman, who was married to Karl's daughter Carla, was not breathing and had no heartbeat when officials reached him. His breathing was restored by mouth to- mouth resuscitation adminis- tered by a registered nurse who was in the audience, but BIARRITZ, France (Reuter. Frank Sinatra denied Friday any knowledge of a nightclub in cident in Monte Carlo over which two damage suits have been filed. He told reporters he was in red sleeping at the time of the incident and he did not know anything about it. One the suits was brought >y an American student who claims he had his cameras seized by Sinatra and his aides while taking pictures In the nightclub. The other suit was brought by a woman who said she had re- ceived a leg injury in the inci- dent when a table was over- turned. MONTE CARLO (AP) A slight improvement was re- ported Friday in the eye trouble suffered by singer Ella Fitzger- ald. But her doctor, Prof. Miller ierliner of New York Univer- ity said she still needs com- plete rest in a darkened room. "Catalyst" IS PLEASED TO PRESENT A Live Interview On Cable TV Channel 13 7 P.M. MONDAY, JULY 31st A program produced in Lethbridge and designed lo compile student reaction on 1he implications of ths Worth Report for lethbridge and area. BE SURE TO TUNE-IN AND SEE THIS INFORMATIVE PRESENTATIONI LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for the following position ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN DUTIES: The Assistant Librarian under the direction of lha Librarian is responsible for lha following areas: 1. Ths organization and Operation of all Technical servicei required for an Information Resources Center. This duly includes the acquisition, cataloguing, processing and faring of oil material wherher print or non- Prinl. 2. To share with irm Librarian the responsibility for refer- ence service and olher dulies cs may be required. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor's degree in Library Science from an accredited school wilh two or more years experience in Library Cataloguing classification. Know- ledge of science ancf technology an asset. SALARYi Commensurate with qualificalions and experience. APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 15, 1972. Inleresied persons shoufd apply for the standard "Applica- tion for Employment' form to: Gower A. Kennedy Direclor of Personnel Lelhbridge Community College LETHBRIDGE, Alberla High Ground Tomorrow piuvvord SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "J. W. COOP" In Color. Starring Cliff Robertson, (icraldinc Page and Christina Ferrare. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 31, August 1 and 2. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SHOOT OUT" In Technicolor. Starring Gregory Peck, Pat Quinn and Robert F. Lyons. Monday and Tuesday, July 31 and August 1. Monday show at p.m. not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "SOLDnsB BLUE" Staring Canrlicc Bergen, Peter Strnus. Monday nnd Tuesday, July 31 and August 1st. Shows at and p.m. "SOLDIER BLUE" Slnrruig Cnndlco Bergen and Pclcr Strauss. Tonight, Monday, July 31sl, and p.m. Starts Wed., Aug. 2 "DIHTY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "OFT CARTER" Wilh Michnel Cninc Reslriclcd adult. Monday, Tues., Wed., July 31, Aug. 1, 2nd. p.m. Berliner said it was too early to say whether Miss Fitzgerald would need surgery on the eye, which is hemorrhaging. But he added that the improvement means she will be able to return (o the United States williin (he next few days. TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) Rose LaRose, burlesque queen of. the 1940s and 1950s, who once made a week in her work as a stripper, died Thursday night at her home in Toledo. Friends said Miss LaRose, who was in her 50s, had been ill for some time. A native of New York City she got her start in burlesque there about 30 years ago. By the late 1940s she had a national reputation and toured the coun- try. LOS ANAGELES The Bankers Security Life Insurance Society has agreed to pay the former wife of the late actor Jeffrey Hunter and their four sons under an Insur- ance policy. The insurance company had tried to cancel the policy, claim- ing Hunter had defrauded the company by not disclosing a heart ailment he had since childhood. But following a non- jury trial, the company agreed Thursday to pay off the double- indemnity policy before a deci- sion was handed down by Supe- rior Court Judge John Loomis. Hunter died at 41 in 1969 as the result of a skull fracture suffered in a fall at his Van Nuys home. The original policy, for paid double with lu- terest and costs because Hunter died accidentally. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Last of toe Bed Hot Lovers" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 9.10 "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show ACRES DRIVE-IN "Anderson Tapes" "I Never Sang for My Father" One Complete Show Small town students favored TORONTO (CP) Dr. J. W. Steiner, associate dean at the University of Toronto's medical school, said Thursday students from small towns will be given preferred treatment when applying for enrolment next year. He said in an interview that academic excellence will con- tinue to be the primary consid- eration, but where academic records of qualified applicants are judged to be equal, a stu- dent from a small town will be given preference. "The hope is that a student who went to high school in a small community is more likely to return to practice in a small community." said Dr. Sterner. There were inquiries and applications for 240 first-year places this fall and 613 were judged "clearly ac- he said. MORE CHIME BANFF (CP) An RCMP spokesman said Friday the crime rate has increased in this national park community this summer "bit it is going up each year" and simply reflects a general Increase across Can- ada. CRAFT CATALOGUE Over 100 pngei of mail order craft tuppliei. Send 51.00 to: Craft Shack 1C012-82 Ave. EDMONTON, ALBERTA Stack says 'Godfather' dangerous MADISON, Me. (AP) AcLor Robert Stack, who once starred in a violent television series, says modern television censor- ship is "insane" in its attitude toward violence and is driving the American public from its living rooms to even worse films at corner movie theatres. "The tighter TV becomes, the looser motion pictures will Stack said in an Interview here. Stack said he believes as antl-violence forces push against television, "the more Godfathers we're going to get." "The Godfather is a very dan- gerous Stack said. "There's an implied empathy- people root for the criminal." "You can't tell any kind of a story on commercial TV except Alice in he said. "It's Insanity." DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lelhbrida. Guzman died a few houn later at a Wheeling hospital. In the Dftroit accident, Schepp, 23, and Richard Faughrian, 29, were killed, and Karl's brother, Herman, then 60, suffered minor inju- ries. Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend. ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR TAVERN GREEN ACRES Gales Open af 9 p.m. One Complete p.m. JTONIGHT and TUESDAY) ADULT NOT SUITAILI Sean ConnerYi flnclersonTapes "1 Never Sang For My Father" GENE HACKMAN, MELVYN DOUGLAS Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK Adult Not Suitablo for Children TONITE thru WED. at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN MRAMOUOT CINEMA 4ih AVE fr Sih 57 3275100 TONITE and MS. at and p.m. Barney ranted in the wist uay. And that's the ray he got them, Pamart Pttrcs jnseils last of the Red Hot Lovers' FAMILY COLLEGE TONITE at and p.m. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 7 FRITZ HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 Swim 1-5 p.m. 1 1 1 Public Swim J 5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Swim 1 5 p.m. Swim 1 5 8 9 9 IIONS Swim 1 5 p.m. Swim 1 5 p.m. Swim 1-5 Swim 1 5 p.m. Swim 12-5 p.m. Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 p.m. 9 9 9 9 9 p.m. Swim p.m. NOTE: RegiifraMoni to fill vacancies In lha summer iwlmminp Inlruclion programs will be fa ken of iwlmminp pools during the lilted houri. For further Information contact Iho Community Department offices at 328- 2341, Local 236. ;