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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 11, 1974 THE LETKBRIPGE HERALD 7 TV highlights TUESDAY COMEDY DRAMA: Snoop Sisters, p.m., Ch. 13. A has- been horror-film star is accused of murdering his wile to acquire her fortune Helen Hayes, Mildred Natwick, Lou- Antonio, Bert Convey 90 mm DRAMA SPECIAL: Judgment p.m., Ch. 11. One of history's most controversial war-crimes trials is re-created with the Court-Martial and death of the Tiger of Malaya General Yamashita John Fujikora, Philip Bruns, Peter Stauss 90 mm CRIME DRAMA: Line of Fire, Ch. 7. Oflers insight on the work of SWAT, a Special Weapons and Tactics team that's part oi some big-city police departments Cameron Mitchell, Alex Cord, Jan-Michael Vincent 60 mm INTERVIEW: V.I.P. p.m., Ch. 7. Scheduled guests are Louis Laberge. president of the Quebec Federation of Labour, and Lucien Launn, trainer of super-horse Secretariat DOCUMENTARY: America, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of colonial America in the 17th and 18th centuries 60 mm TUP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is dua to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC 1090 thru F Spurt nil I'mbi ii (Hi it II j I'hnnc Hill Slum 12 nil Mdiii ot Inloi injtinn I (Mi mil i i) (III Ini Inn IJ ,0 Vws I lid (iijm I'm is i (III Vu-> Spurts CJOC 1220 Movie director enjoyed real rap paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Irll I'ldlll 12J1I 1 Ix "i 411 M.nkit Kqmrt i "id I uitil News I, (III at CHEC-FM 100.9 thru I, no 'I (111 i in Dun MiMjMir IK) in M (B I u Regma. Winnipeg and Quebec Cit> before winding up its tour with performances at the Theatre Arts Summer Festival in NS In a statement, its Canadian sponsor said the troupe will present a varied program in- cluding Act Two from Tchaikovsky s Swan Lake. Walpurgis Night from the opera Faust Giselle and the third act of Don Quixote Twelve top stars including prima ballerinas Raissa Inna Kolpakova and Tamara Varlamova will perform with the troupe which will be supported by an orchestra recruited from Canada's loading symphonies O Virti' i 1li Mi O T'inicM O> Th' 11 11 ifirlrrl I I Illl ffi O 11 yi CD v B TM II a fiimm Wrn I; H'l Mr-n O Mm if 1 1 (id IB M njfls. ir> Vlmirtflrt 1 .0 B 1 luntid i illi di m O Mi1i h imr ID 1 1 n 1 n' (n B I'M" Tmn (D 41 n ddd a TjttiM 2 Id 1 O Mi'f IVintlrf'- llmih n B Thnn VT'fln rfinil nun IB ihini. ID Vvrmd O IdUr Wild 4 10 B fhix 1 jnd O IB fh' I. i'- O) BUTK C Theatre "FISTS OF FURY" in color Slarnng Bruce Lee Tues- day and Wednesday. June 11 and 12 Tuesday snow a1 8 15 p m RESTFNCTED ADULT FORT Theatre "SLAUGHTER' in color Starring Jim Brown Tuesday. June 11. Tuesday show al 800 pm RESTRICTED ADULT P1NCHER Theatre "ASH WEDNESDAY' in color Starring Elizabeth Taylor, and Henry Fonda Tuesday and Wednesday June 11 and 12 Tuesday show al 8 15 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Theatre "ANGELS FROM HELL' in color Tuesday and Wed- nesday June 11 and 12 Tuesday shows at 7 00 and 900 p m New theatre to replace old structure LONDON (CP i The Ljnr Theatre in suburban Ham- Ji which has between chic and near bankruptr> in lengths career is embarking on yet another new phase The building, which opened in ISflS with a French manonellf snow is being rarod and will be replaced by an entireh new theatre at a COM nl A.2 3 million (Jfl 3 million i dedicated to ballet 11 will bo leaded and operated the Hanro TruM a ha rift snppnrled bi Arts (ounnl and will inrlude d of The1bea1re fealnnncwork entertainment, was Km-h celtinc whenacSor- Nigfl t-wA i1