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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Juno 6, 1972 Car hits tree Actor injured in mishap SANTA. FE, N.M. (AP) Actor Rock Hudson was treat- ed for minor cuts and bruises here after an antique car he was driving crashed into a tree and wall on a Santa Fee street, authorities said. Hudson was making a trial run in the 1900 Locomobile steam auto before a scheduled scene for the movie Showdown, said Charles Cullen of the New Mexico Film Commission. ROCK HUDSON The actor was taken to hospi- al for observation and then re- eased, a hospital spokesman ;aid. MIAMI, Fla. CAP) Harry 75, president of the 3randt Theatre chain, died in hospital over the weekend. Brandt and his brother, Wil- liam, were pioneers in eslab- ishing movie house chains, showing their first film in an empty lot behind a Coney Is- land, N.Y., hot dog stand. A hand cranked projector ran film from one reel past a lens and into a burlap bag. The im- age was projected on a sheet. Brandt was also a founder ol the March of Dimes, presidenl of the Will Rogers Hospital which serves motion picture personnel and active in other philanthropic affairs. In good times the Brand brothers sold out to the Fox Theatre organization for wha Harry called "more monej than it was good for young men to have." All of it was lost in the stock market. But the brothers started open ing theatres again later an soon had acquired anothe SEW YOUR OWN SWIMWEAR Believe It or now you can sew your own beoch fashions. For tips on how 1o do so with easy and stretch see Audrey GosHin'l feature. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE haln. Harry became head of 19 Independent Theatre Own- rs Association in 1933 and held mt post until his death. Cbiua, Greece to recognize each other TOKYO (AP) China an jounced it has agreed to estab ish diplomatic relations with ireece starting today. Peking's official New Cliina lews agency said the govern merits of China and Greece lave decided to recognize each other and establish diplomatic relations. The broadcast dispatch said the two countries will exchang ambassadors within six months Greece is the 48th country ..ith which China has estab- lished diplomatic relations. A joint communique ilistribt ted by the news agency said "The "Greek government recog nizes the government of th People's Republic of China a the sole legal government o China." It said the Cliinese govern ment reaffirms that Taiwan i an inalienable part ol the tern tory of the People's Republic o China and the Greek govern ment "takes note of this pos lion of the Chinese govern ment." The agreement came in T rana, the capital of Albania China's ally in Eastern Europe British actress to be mother HAYLEY MILLS First woman rabbi in U.S. is ordained CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) The first woman rabbi in the United States was ordained here in ceremonies called "a true test of Reform Judaism." Sally Priesand, 25, of Cleve- land, Ohio, along with 35 male classmates, pledged her dedica- tion iu ceremonies at the Kahbi Isaac M. Wise Temple. Dr. Alfred Gottschalk, presi- dent of the Hebrew Union Col- lege-Jewish Institute of Reli- gion, said: "It is only fitting that among the 36 candi- dates for the rabbinate, there is a woman. "It is one of the true tests o Beform Judaism, the fact tlia every woman is equal with mci in the community of the Lord' LONDON (Reuler) British actress Hayley Mills, who rose to fame playing cliild roles in such films as Whistle Down the Wind, says she is expecting her first baby. The 25-year-old ac- tress is married to film pro- ducer Roy Boulting. The baby is due in January. MOSCOW (AP) Bulat Okudzhava, Soviet poet and songwriter, whose s a I i r i cal 'works won him wide popularity vith young people, has been ex- wlled from the Communist iart, Soviet sources reported oday. Okudzhava was an early un- derground songster in the Soviet Union. While some of his work published and performed in public, other songs were re- as too critical. They cir- culated only privately in unoffi- cial tape recordings. The sources said his ouster 'rom the party came after he refused to admit alleged politi- cal errors and have the state- ment published. The expulsion was ordered by the party com- mittee of the Moscow Writers Union, they said. INTO SPACE AGE NEW DELHI (AP) A scien. lift; satellite designed and man- ufactured in India will bo launched on a Soviet rocket in 1974, the Indian space research organization announced. BROADCAST PLANS AMMAN, Jordan (AP) Jor- dan plans to build a 11.5-megawatt broadcast net- work before the end of 1972, the government announced. Learii to cook TORONTO (CP) Boards of education, always striving to improve the lot of the citizen, may have touched on a winner-bache- lor survival. But the summer credit course, offered by the Peel County board, isn't aimed at helping the male avoid ma- trimony. It's to teach boys to cook and keep house. The course was started, says a board spokesman, because boys hesitate to sign up for home econom- ics. Mixed review for debut of Calgary pianist NEW YORK (CP) Pianist Irene Weiss Peery of Calgary made her New York debut in Carnegie Hall here to a mixed review. Critic Raymond Ericson, writ- ing in the New York Times, said: Miss Peery opens her pro- gram with a clean, accurate, well-balanced reading of Bach's Partita in G Two excerpts from Schumann's Fantasy Pieces were successively lyric- al and spirited." But Ericson added: "For all the conscientious- ness and care Miss Peery brought to her performances perhaps because of this she seldom communicated any per- sonal feeling about the music. There was not enough color and dynamic range to keep her playing from growing monoton- ous The 26-year-old pianist has received support from the Can- ada Council. Come home Datsun Before Datsun came to Canada, we got to know the country pretty well. We studied the driving conditions, we talked to the people. We found out what cars in Canada have to be. They have to be economical, dependable; they have to handle well, winter or summer. We found out thai people want ears that can be serviced anywhere they drivsin Canada... and that's why wa have 270 dealers and huge parts warehouses right across the country. We asked, and now we know. And that's how we can build Datsuns that (eel right at home ___ standard or automatic... oomo home In a DaHurv parts warehouses right across me country, we asuea, BIIU m-joni rlghtathoms PROUUUI ___ OFN1SSAN lEnterDatsun's Discover Canada contest i i.A.s_ niHIA Ho obligation; ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Iload to Hong p.m., Ch. 7. A madcap chase from India to Tibet to Hong Kong with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. CRIME DRAMA: Cade's County, p.m., Ch. 13. The tale of a bank robbery planned with the precision of a com- mando raid. VARIETY: Melba Moore and Clifton Davis, p.m., Ch. 7. Arte Johnson is tonight's scheduled guest. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Nothing To Hide" is a repeat report on new attitudes to- ward homosexuality. INTERVIEW: David Krosf, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. David Niven, Peter Ustinov, Lou Hawls and Jean Staplelon are the guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Gang 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A Los Angeles high school teacher witnesses a gangland slaying. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tomorrow At 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A kidnapper locks the young son of a wealthy In an empty house with a time bomb and then demands a huge ransom. IHBiV JHMM1 obligation, ;fim i I W H ft Of In Of CdSn anu IrdVCI pnZeS: _ ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program ichedute is due to lait- minule changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY N10HT Hewlett! ctiKllnl King WEDNESDAY ,'JjJS John Jack Bury) Clark Dava Kfng TUESDAY NIGHT World at John Walker John Charlei 17.30 Vogl WEDNESDAY CUC News CJQC Jim Elliot News, weather and Sports PJiona Bill Show Wayno Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather end Sports and Grain Prices Jack Thyi John Walker World el Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Dan MacMailer (Bob Consie) Don MacMaster Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY N1GHT point Nations and the Kid RuperTi Land Rocfc Provincial Recorded Music Tuesday Night WEDNESDAY Tuesday Nnlghl Eye Opener News, Sporls, Wthr World at Radio Noon Slock MarkeJ Take II From Hen Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six From the Capitals Eye Opener Five NIgTiJi a Weefc This Country Point Counler- Tims signal it CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Oberrj John Malakoff Carol Sears Dunne Meyers Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pholopiaplnc Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 7 TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Conse- quences uucnwccniY Make Deal WEDNESDAY News Farm and Cily Movie: Road to Today Kong Kong t.'.r. Dressup Mary Tyler Moore Gang War Melba Moore Show Friendly Giant Telescope Chez Helene Tuesday Night Sesame Street News (c) Romper Room Rlpcord Movie: Gang War Summer Town Take 30 Edgo of Night Family Court One Northern Summer (c) Trulft or Consequence! CFCN-TV tethbridga Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) TUESDAY NlfiHT Family Affair Doris Day News M CSde'i County Eddfe'S Falter Wei by Dr. In Itw Houst Ian Tyson Directions Divld Frost Pierre Berton Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: Thought for Day Tomorrow Unlverilly of Arr What'i the Good Program Kl Lights Word Fashions In Sewing Another World Parlons Francats c Anything You Can 1 Yoga (c) Do 10'OQ In Conversation Batman All About Faces Buckshot lc) Norlh Mapli Family Affair (e) KRTV Great Fa Hi Channel 3 (Cableviiion Ch. 9} TUESDAY hlOHT Mews Adam 12 Hawaii Fivt-O Gunsmoke (e) Mystery Movie: Charlotte Tonight WEDNESDAY Our World ___ ___ Salute AgrkuHura News (c) Today Show [c> Tha Today In Montana Another World Concenlralion Edge of Night Sale of the Century Love American Hollywood Squares Style (c) Jeopardy (c> Pamir- Affair Who, What, Lucy -how (cl Guide to Love (c) My Three Sons (c) News NBC Nightly News (c> Melba Moore Love Is a Marvy Splendored Thing World (c) KFBB-TV Great Falh Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. Ill TUESDAY NIGHT Game News (c) Capt. Kangaroo Mod Squad Dinah's Place (c) Secret Storm Movie: Houd Jack One Life to Live ol Audrey CO Our Lives Primary Returns Galloping Gourmet General Hospital 10-00 (c) 1he Heart is Three on Maun Arnle Movie: Extrawdin- Search lor srf stolen