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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 10, 1974 Sissy Spacek comes of age in new movie HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Badlands is a fascinating film Some people love it some people hate it But everybody agrees it has made a star out of Sissv Spacek who plays opposite Martin Sheen in Terrence Mahck's film Stardom couldn t have happened to a nicer girl Sissy she s really Mary Elizabeth but her brothers called her Sissy and she's stuck with it is one of those delightful young things eternally cheerful and chatty She also happens to be a tremendously talented actress She comes from Quitman I run a very simple business. Do you know who I am? Tex a place she savs> that has very little except an annual Dogwood Festival But I have deep roots in Quitman, she and I love it Her father was the Wood Country agricultura' agent As a child she rode horses and had a pleasant childhood She wanted to dance and danced at the local functions, then augmented her act with singing and guitar-playing For two years in a row she was runner-up in the Dogwood Festival Beauty Contest Even though she didn t win, she attracted the attention of a woman who was the fashion editor of the Longview paper, the nearest big town The editor invited Sissy to go with her to Neu York, to cover the fashion shows Sissy s parents thought that would be a good experience for her and let her go In New York she stayed with her cousin who happened to be actor Rip Torn and his wife who happened to be Geraldme Page Miss Page was then in Black Comedy on Broadway and Sissy saw the play some 45 times that summer She loved New York She went back to Quitman finished high school then returned to New York "to seek my fortune She was still singing at that point and she made out all right doing background singing on records For a time she even had a recording contract of her own but Roulette records changed her name to Rainbo and made her sing a song she didn t like Just air A youngster blows hard on the basson of George Zukerman during a break in a concert performed by Vancouver Radio Orches- tra in Rankm Inlet, N WT, recently But the boy got nothing more than the sound of rushing air Mr Zukerman organized the tour which visited nine remote communities John Avison conducted the or- chestra The Canada Council helped sponsor the entertainment COVERS GROUND Lapland extends across arctic Sweden, Norway and Finland into the Soviet Union Tourism well established as single trade item TORONTO (CP) Tourism has established itself as the largest single item in world trade An estimate from the World Tourist Organization says tourist arrivals from all countries have grown to almost 200 million from 25 million in the last 20 years Foreign exchange earnings from tourism rose to billion from 1 billion Since the Second World War there has been an increase in disposable income Wider in- come distribution has formed an expanding middle class Complete Car Care, We know how much you depend onyour The last thing you want to think about is having work done on your car. It s an inconvenience and worst of all is the question of the job being done properly We know how you feel and we've done something about it. It's called Complete Car Care We ve been thoroughly trained by Imperial Oil With exacting stan- dards of automotive repairs to live up to. You gel a qualified mechanic to work on car. He's got all the modern equipment and a well stocked inventory of parts right on the premises. And when the service work is done, it s backed by our written guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship. For 90 days or 4.000 miles. That s what you expect and that s what you get, wherever you see the Complete Car Care sign After all, we can I run a business r on broken promises. able to travel abroad Development of the package tour cut costs of both travel and accommodation Curiosity stimulated by higher education standards, has increased the desire to travel In some countries, inter- national tourism ranks first in contributing to foreign ex- change earnings A commercial letter from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce says governments have begun to play an active role in tourist developments These include loans technical assistance ranging from the provision of vocational training courses to direct financial participation in tourism investments and subsidies, selective credits and tax benefits Canada is both a leading travel destination and tourist generating country Receipts from international travel in 1972 amounted to 23 billion but payments on the travel account were 46 billion Canadian visitors to the U S spent more than million More than 95 per cent of Can- ada s foreign tourists in 1972 were from the U S generating more than billion in receipts Overseas visitors numbered and spent about million Latin applause honors ballet WINNIPEG (CP) The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is near- ing the end of its nine-week tour of Central and South America and reports reaching here indicate the tour so far has been a success Large and enthusiastic au- diences are said to have been particularly appreciative of two Canadian ballets. What to do Till the Messiah Comes, and The Ecstacy of Rita Joe Boih ballets are choreo- graphed by Norbert Vesak The company now is in Mex- ico and opening night in Mexico City was attended by Mrs Luis Etcheverna, wife of Mexico s president Critic Alfonso de Neuvillate writing in the Mexico City newspaper El Heraldo, said the troupe is "formed by excellent dancers whose discipline perfection and tenacity are witnessed in every number The company due to fly to Cuba today after perform- ances in Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city, is to return home by mid- June Lenin leads PARIS 'Renter) Lenin leads the Bible Agatha Christie and Karl Marx as the world's most widely- translated author its shown bv figures released by the Imited Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UCTION Chargex Mastercharae Welcome 2508 2nd Ave. North, Lethbridge "You may what you've been looking for" TUESDAY. p.m. Antiques, anvils, ash trays, angle iron, atlas's, beds, barbeques, bugles, black boards, boats, bar stools, chairs, couches, cages, cars, crow bars, closets, cuckoos, darts, drums, doors, dog- houses, decanters, excavators, ewers, elastic enclaves funnels. French horns, forks, fezzes, fans golf clubs. Glockenspiels, glassware, gongs, hydraulics, hurdles, horse shoes, hoses, horns, hammers, hooks, hoes, hinges, hatchets, inclines, incubators, ice picks, hoists, joists, jinny's, jacks, Jew's harps, John's, kites, knives, kilts, kayaks, lumber, lures, long-bows, locks, life jackets, lattice, lanterns, micrometers, metronomes, mauls, mattocks, marimbas mallets, nuts, nylon rope, newels, nails, outboards, ox yokes, organs, openers, punches, pulleys, pointers, presses, pliers Pins, piles, picks, periscopes, pawls, paste boards, parkas, paddlocks. quoins, quivers, rudders, rowels, rollers, nfles, records, radios, reamers, rakes, rails, rackets, swivels, single trees, sun dials, stiles, stencils, squares, springs, spinnng wheels, snow shoes, sleighs, siphons, screws, saw horse, saxaphones, saddles, turn buckles, tubas, trumpets, trowels trombones, tongs, thermostats, tents, telescopes, tambours, universal joints, unions, ukeleles, violins, vices, vaults, values, vanes, winches, windlass, wingchair, worm gears, wrenches, xylophones, yawls, yokes, zoot suits "iF WE DON'T HAVE IT WE'LL HELP YOU FIND IT UCTION ftLOCK TV highlights MONDAY SPORTS: World of Joe Garagiola 6 p.m., Ch. 9 Joe visits with Dodgers star Don Sutton and Nelson Bnles of the Royalb SPORTS- Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9 Oakland A's meet the Red Sox at Boston Live MOVIE FANTASY. The Macus. 8 p m.. Ch. 11. A tale of an Englishman who moves to the Greek islands to teach school and is swept up into a labynthme nightmare Anthony Qumn, Michael Came, Candice Bergen, 1968, 2 hrs DOCUMENTARY: Romantic Rebellion, 10 30, Ch 7. Lord Clark continues his study of tue struggle between classicism ana romanticism in art MOVIE MUSICAL: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, 10-30 p m Ch. 11. A bounc> classic about kidnapped brides on a snowbound Oregon farm in 1860 Jeff Richards, Russ Tamblyn, Julie Newmar, Ruta Lee 1954, 2 hrs MOVIE COMEDY- A lesson in Love, 12-05 a m Ch 7. A satire of extramarital philandering Eva Dahlbeck, Harriet Anderson, Gunner Bjornstrand 1953 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs arc listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. Mondaj thru Friday CHEC 1090 b t irm News 7 JO News Wthr Sports 9 00 Checlmt 12 V) News Sports 1 00 Grdin Prices 5 00 News Wthr Sports CJOC 1220 Mondav 25 Sports 5 50 Locdl News 6 00 at Six Tuesdaj h 00 CBC News 8 ii Phone Bill Show 00 Hour of Information I 00 NIWS and Gram Prices 00 News 25 Sports 40 Market Report 70 I ocai News CHEC-FM 100.9 Mondav thru Friday b 00 9 00 a m Don Me Master 9 00 a m i 00 p rn Coneie s Carousel i 00 b 00 p m Don McMaster b 00 10 00 p m Del King 10 00 12 Midnight oneerts Overtures and Fneores 12 00 Midnight Oil on thru 1 Del king Monday b !0 It Happens 8 0) Music of Our People 8 30 Identities 10 00 News Wthr Sporti 10 10 Fiom the Capitals 10 IT ne Nights Week 10 JO CBC PUnhouse 11 Of Ideas 12 0! 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