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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FIUDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McCLoud, p.m., Ch. 7. Me- Cloud's plan to stop a paid killer is to think like one and he gets a tormer professional to help liim. MOVIE COMEDY: "Don't Just Stand 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Complications come thick and fast in an adventure smuggling Swiss watch movements into B'rance. COMEDY: The Ojd Couple, p.m., Ch. 7. Felix's pet parrot takes a turn for the worse and Oscar, who never liked the bird, offers to handle the burial arrangements. MOVIE WESTERN: "Bed p.m., Ch. T. B'ollowing the end of the Civil War a Texas cattle baron de- cides to take his cattle to Missouri. MOVIE DRAMA: "All The King's 12 Midnight, Ch. 13. A rabble rouser who is determined to be a power in Southern politics. SATURDAY SI'ORT: Kaleiflosport, 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. Highlights of the llth Canadian Judo Championships held in Halifax, N.S. SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 3. The Chicago Cubs meet the Giants in San Francisco. SPORT: Bclmonl Slakes, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. The 104th run- ning of tliis famous horse race for an estimated SPORT: Tennis, 3.30 p.m., Ch. 13. World Championship Tennis pits Arthur Ashe and Bob Lutz against Ken Rose- wall and Fred Stolle in the doubles.. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Waterfield NTERTAINMENT YE rpIIEATRE CANADA, the CBC- pecially when he makes the at- -1 TV special on the 1972 festi- mpt to keep ticket prices at a drama in Programs t.re lilted by the radio anef television stations. Any variation in program schedule Is due to last- minute changes by the stations and Is nor the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Jack Paul lessler FRIDAY NLCHY World fll Six John Walker Request Line John Charles News News, Spnrls Jack Oliver JocK NGUfcld CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bury I Clark CJOC 3-00 a m Doug Wayna Barry son Stiow News Wayne Barry SATURDAY Soccer J4-00 News Sports News, Wthr, Sport) News CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr Concerts (Bob Ctmsie) Don MacMaster Half Hour Den Hedman sign Off MOM. THRU SAT. Don MacWasttr CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Lei Peoplf International Top Home Run World el S.x Tea i 11-00 solo This Country Bringing BacK Our Native Land Jake and the Kid Future Bundola's Pande- Recorded Music SATURDAY monlum The Entertainers Eye Opener Family Favorllej News Morning Concert Opera Tfme From Capitals Correspents The Scene HVB Nights a Week Notice Board IdeMilies if O.CC CICC Broadcasli over Cabtevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday News Hourly Weather Half Hour a.m. John Malakoff p.m. Major News p.m. Nevjs a.m. Major Mews p.m. Carol p.m. Duane Meyer: a.m. Doug Goswn Dave Oberg Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY val of community Saskatoon, seen last Sunday, reached a new low in banality. It was the mixture as before and a bore replete with meaningless transitions of trees, rivers, buildings and cars cars cars. This it may be presumed, is to show the milieu from wliich spring community drama groups, but the production would have heen better served if the concentration had been on people, not places. The Saskatoon coverage was perfunctory officials came wilh the usual glowing cliches Alan Miller (where has he sparkled with and what did you think of the and there was little attempt to identify danc- ers, groups or personalities. Rehearsal shots were painfully contrived and were justified only in that they gave us. glimpse of Brian Quinn (The Ecstasy of Rita Viola Lcgcr (La Sagouine) and the enthusiastic crew from Feehan High School (Saskatchewan I'm Coming For what it's worth from this theatre buff these suggestions let next year's show give us people, let the larger TV audi ence realize that communitj drama groups are made up o: housewives, insurance sales men, lawyers, milkmen, stu dents and store clerks. Give us a look at the produc lion crews, the set designers 'ainters, lighting men, sewers, Put the out-of-town coverage i the hands of the local CBC tation or affiliate the; aiow the people and the place Get a narrator, a good editor and perhaps then we'll ge omethlng of the story of th sxciting, crazy wonderful worl if community theatre. Move over MAFIA: The God lather switches to the Pan mount for the balance of il :otir-week run here to make wa 'or the end of school famil double of 101 Dalmations and Swiss Family Houinson in th big house. While Brando stands to mak millions with his whispering terpretation of Don Corleon and the movie is breaking bo office records in the big citie. it's pretty watered-down grav if any, for the local mov house operator tied to a specif contract regardless whether t] local audience eats it up or spi it out. He takes the big gamble an it's an expensive one to brii in a feature like Godfather e. The CIRCUS IS COMING Sat., June 17 UNDER THE BIG TOP at FORT WHOOP-UP mimum A recent visitor from Toronto as stunned to find (a) the ovie playing hero year-old Iluth 'hose songs Joy, Friendship an 'ever Again Want to Cry are eatured on the album and on 5. Mother Alice was one of the alented Anderson Sisters who iscd to play for dances here in lie south. IEAR CANADA SINGING: [ummel Sisters take note; The Canadian Conference of the arts md MoLson Canadian are spon- soring a song writing ion to encourage and discover Canadian talent. It's hoped the competition will induce Cana- dians to write singable, toe-tap- ping or "up" songs concerning some aspect of Canada or Can- nadian life. Awards total 500 in cash, plus career bene- iits, that include recording and womotional help. Songs should be two minutes in length, not previously published or record- ed prior to January 1, 1972. Deadline for entry is July 15 ol this year. MEMOHY BANK: If she looks familiar she should! The Friday, June 9, 1972 THE HERALD 7 Sinatra missing young housewife who intones those deathless lines in a cur- rent commercial, No head- ache is going to make me lose my temper" is Eleanor Donag- hue, the Betty Anderson of Rob- ert Young and Jane Wyatt in Father Knows Best. She was the senior daughter and perhaps Leadership is needed to develop oil sands ood possibility another plant EDMONTON (CP) If the Jnited States develops the tech- lology to extract oil from .hales economically before an }il sands industry is firmly es- ablished in Alberta, the Atha- lasca oil sands in the prov- nce's north could wait 100 to be developed, Dr. A. 3. Moss said here. Dr. Moss, speaking to the Edmonton Chamber of Com- merce, said they must show eadersliip in the development of the Athabasca oil sands or ivatch an opportunity for eco- nomic stimulus slip away. Director of mining for Under- wood McLelland and Associ- ates, Dr. Moss said the esti- mated 300 billion barrels of re- coverable oil in the Athabasca sands are tremendous, but the potential of such oil shales in the U.S. is greater. Development of the oil sands near Fort McMurray in north- eastern Alberta, about 240 miles north of Edmonton, would have a tremendous impact on the economy of the area and the population of that area coulc grow to people from the present within 18 years, he said. An expanded Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. operation in ad dilion to the proposed Syncrude plant at Fort McMurray could increase oil production from the bituminous sands to barrels a day by 1980 from the present daily output o barrels. Dr. Moss said there was operation and that dur- ng the 1980s production could attain one million barrels a day. He suggested the provincial jovernment should provide more funds for its impact study oil sands development and hould start an extensive high- vay construction program to rave the highway to Fort Mc- tlurray and upgrade the roads .0 the plant sites. Dr. Moss also said the prov- ince should consider townsite development and the possibility of a pipeline corridor from the oil sands to Edmonton, SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES vould be started after the Syn- she should look for a cure to dear old Dad, now practising as Marcus Welby, M.D. t DKUiU DRAMA: The annual provincial drama school started at Olds as a one-week course with 30 students and a staff of two. In the thirteen years of Us existence it has not only attract' ed such theatrical luminaries as Tyrone Gullirie and Mildred Dunnock. moved to Drumheller, but has reached a capacity en- rolment of over 200 students, wilh a faculty of 20. To meet the urgent demands of very youthful thespians a one- week course has heen laid on for bag inning students, mini mum age 14. Second year students and teens with experience and train- ing may take a two-week course and both are offered at Drum- heller. The school will now expand and return to its old home in Olds for the advance course in acting and production and three week teacher training course. The official brochure lists the deadline for Drumheller as June 13 and for Olds, June 27, hut the provincial drama news letter sets July 12 for both. Belter 'play it safe and get your application in early; costs are very reasonable (room, board and instruction Inclusive! especially when comparec with similar courses offered elsewhere. For full details con tact the Bowman Arts Centre. LONDON (Rcuter) Entcr- liner Frank Sinatra, asked to estify before a United Slates congressional committee on crime, has left the London hotel 'here he has been slaying in- cognito for the last few days. A Savoy Hotel spokesman said today Sinatra left Wed- nesday night, but the hotel did not know where he went. No one was supposed to enow that he was the spokesman added. Sinatra was last seen publicly at the Derby, one of Britain's classic horse races, Wednesday. In Washington, aides for the congressional committee inves- tigating the involvement of or- ganized crime in sport said Wednesday that Sinatra might be served in London with a sub- poena to testify before il July 18. Rides in nude SIOUX CITY, Iowa (Reuter) A 16-year-old cyclist who was stopped by police for riding his bike in the nude told officers today: "I just enjoy riding my "ke in the nude." Police saic !s shirt was tied around his irehead and his jeans anging on the handlebars They had a long talk with his a r e n t s, but did not fih harges. Aklavik flooded ON STAGE: Sunday afternoon at the Yates the Winning Sound in the rock-gospel music al Lile and Sunday eve- ning at the Exhibition Pavilion Commander Cody and his Los Planet Airmen, featuring Mur ray McLaughlin. And if your tired of TV re- runs you can cool it for the nex eight weeks of summer wit Homer's Odyssey on CBC-TV1 Sunday at Nine. Irene Papa stars as Penelope with Bekim Fellmiu as Ulysses. If there ara no dubbing problems with the Dino de Laurentis production it should make for great viewing. MORE BIRTHS Births in 1971 oulnumherei leaths to in Hon; Cong. Informed sources said that an subpoena served in a oreign country had no validity. Is legal status was not recog- nized by foreign governments. TONIGHT and SAT. FAMIIY ENTERTAINMENT For Ihis Attraction Children 50e Up to 4 Years-FREEl Gales Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. Passport Photos Candid Weddings Picture Framing Prwlo Supplin A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phcn. 336-0111 710 3 id S. Phone 328-0222 MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "No. 2 North" THURSDAY, fRIDAY, SATURDAY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Certtel 419 5th St. 5. Phone 328-6922 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslon Ch. 6) FRIDAY AH Tn ihe Family Marine Boy (c) Trulh or The Odd Couple Capl. Scarlet Consequences News (O Tumbleweed Let's Make a Deal Teleprofca 7 Stampede Wrestling Teleprobe 7 Movie: Retf River Sports Special Movie: The Dispoi- SATURDAY Befrnont Stakes al Man Laugn In (c) Tommy Hunrer Spiderman Cc) Beatle BaHey Spiderman (c) Internal ions I Tennis WcrJd of Wan CFCN-TV Lolhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FBI Underdog fV-20 BBlman Red All the King's Men Sports Digest FRJDAY Family Affair Hogan's Heroes News icj Beat th? Clock Story Theatre The Partners 3.35 jennf. Movie: Don't Thought fw Day Eporfi Stand Therel Rcchy and Friends News KRTV Great Palis Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY The Monkees News CGF You Are Thers 5-M WPWI Ic) Harlem Children's Film 6-MO'Hara (c) (t> Fest (c) She Waits Bear Bunch Scooby All tn tha Family In Ihe News Baseball Nlnht Gallery Pebbles Dai NewS ,c) Tonight Show KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cableviston Ch. 11) FRIDAY Mavis: password Murder Ahoy Newi (c) News Jerry Lewis Road Runner Funky Phanlom anger Ti usiness B News Josle and Pussycats Hee Haw News Movie: A Race to Live Odci Couple Love American style (c) News Persuader! Udwllle (c) Curiosity Shop Jonny Quest Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller Games Film Features American 4 '00 Wide Wortd of Sporis (O Alias Smith and Jones