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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta iTV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Los Angeles Dod- gers meet the Pirates in Pittsburgh. REVUE! navid Frost, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Guest Sid Caesar and the conedy cast examine politics and poke fun at the people involved. MOVIE DKAMA: "The 7 p.m., Ch. 13. The exploits of British parachutists during World War II. DOCUMENTARY: "Of All 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Pro- files of Diachun, a young gymnast who will repre- sent Canada at the Olympic Games, and Linda Turner, a cripple, who manages to paint, helps with her husband's photography business and works as an editorial assistant. Distinguished Canadians, p.m., Ch. 7. Globetrotting geophysicist J. Tuzo Wilson discusses earth- quakes and his visiis to China and the North and South Poles. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Tiny Tim, Mary Travers and Morty Gunty are among the guests. TUESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Raiders ol the Seven 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The pirate Barbarossa escopes from the Sultan of Morocco and seizes a ship carrying Spanish prisoners. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An account of one man's shattering Sunday odyssey through af- fluent suburbia. Brando battling his No. 2 wife SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Beu- er) Actor Marlon Brando, 8, victor in a recent custody jattle wilh his first wife, was lack in court here Friday bat- tling wife No. 2. Brando sought to end custody payments to his former Mexi- can wife Movita on the grounds she had either remarried or en- lered into a marriage-type rela- tionship with musician James Henry Ford. Under the highly secretive di- vorce arrangements made with Movila in 1968, she was granted monthly alimony for 13% years amounting to a total of about Her two children, Sergio, 11, and Rebecca; 6, were awarded a total of monthly support. The divorce action, ending eight years marriage, was heard in closed court and the transcript of it was sealed on the judge's orders. Brando's lawyers claimed in Friday's action before Judge Goscoe Farley that under those unpublished divorce agree- ments, Movita was to lose her alimony by 'appearing to main' tain a marital relationship with any person or any ceremonial marriage." Brando claimed Movita ap- peared to have married Ford, a composer of country and ern songs. Movila admitted a previous relationship with Ford but said she had not seen him for more than a year. Ford alsa took the stand to deny he was married or was continuing to see Movita. The hearing is continuing. MARLON BRANDO Alta. playwright wins contest High school o group may be formed Five killed in Alberta accidents By THE CANADIAN PHESS At least five persons died ac- cidentally in Alberta during Ihe weekend, four in traffic and one a drowning. Michael Albert Smith, 2 of Canmore was killed when a car rolled down a driveway at Can more, a b o u t 50 miles west of Calgary. Sandra Coving, 17, ol Cat gary was killed in a two-car crash on an Edmonton street. Olga Foreman, 62, of th David Frosl TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Hi Lights (c) Fashions Yoga In Conversation All About Faces 55 North tlrSO Pierre Berlun Bewitched Baal the Crock Atevle: The Swimmer What's Ihe Good Word (c) Another World Anything You Can Do [c] Datman (c) Buckshot Family Allair (c) KRTV Grccil Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT News News t-M Baseball Here's Lucy Doris Day News (c Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Salute to Agriculture News Today Show tc) Doctors Today in Montana Another Worfd Concentration (c) Edge of Nigh. Sale of Century Love American Squares (c) Style (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Who, Whal, Lucy Show fc) Game Amateur's Guide lo News Love (c) Love Is 8 Many My Three Sons Splendored Thing News (c) World Turns News News [c) KFBB-TV Great Falli Channel 5 (Cableviiion Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY All My is News Captain Kangaroo secret Storm (c) Wife! Kingdom 8'OQ Dinah's Place (c) One Life to aim LaLanr. (c) Movie: Sheriff of Audrey Three on a Watch Jaw Galloping Gourmet Dating News Where Ihe I is j-m Mary Tyler Moore News (c) hT Movie: Twilight of Search for Bewitched Honor (c) Tomorrow Password [n a letter to committee chair- an Gladys Watt of Ottawa, [r. Shaver expressed surprise at few of the entries dealt th such topical snbjects as llution, women's liberation id individualism. HY FROM NATIONALISM A native of Virginia, he also pressed regret that there ere so few plays oi a national- tic nature. Twelve honorable mentions nd fourteen special mentions ere named. Mrs. Theo Dunn of mberst, received an hon- rable mention for "Maada and Ik a as well as a special men- on for Circle. Other honorable mentions .uded: Ken Mitchell, Hegina, tiis Train; James Tallrnan, ancouver Trans-Canada High- ay; Mr. Olive Nugent, Mission ity B.C., Hey, Mister, Are You Stranger? Helen Porter, anff, Alia., Tomorrow Was esterday; and Simon Leigh, EDMONTON (CP) The possible formation of a provin- cial high school students' asso- ciation will be discussed during a conference of high school student presidents at t h e Uni- versity of Alberta July 7-9. Gerry Riskin, students' union president at the university, says that "only through co-operation and collective action can the student voice have its full im- pact." More than 300 high school student council presidents have been invited to the conference, which will also discuss such topics as unemployment, drugs, women's liberation, and the fu- ture of universities and techni- cal institutes. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dsntcit Mechanic Suile 8-304 5th St. S. PS. 327-7244 lelnhrMr.. Monday, Jon. 19, 1972 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERAID 5 Rock roll star is dead Under the Boardwalk, Tin's Magic Momcnl, Some Kind of Wonderful ?nd There Goes My Baby. ALL COLORS JOHANNESBURG, South Af- rica (AP) Sign in a hardware store here: "Whitewash any color." GATES OPEN 8i45 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT thru WED. CHILDREN ADUIT NOT SUITABLE asking FOR questions, and before you know it, fS? you're In tnaibfe. "Who Killed Red Buttons "HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" in Color wilh PETER GUSHING ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED redericton, Into Thin Air. Other special mentions in- luded Anthony Chick, Vancou- Bye, Mother Alice; Lynette !am Hubert, Nanaunp, B.C., tappers; Fred Victoria, The Avenger and The Coffee Jugs; and W. Tt. Chadwick, Re- gius, Convocaton. How to catch, hold a man book sold ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and TUES. At and p.m. The West the way it really was! CLIFF ROBERTSON u, TORONTO (CP) Yvonne Antelle, Canadian author of How to Catch and Hold a Man, says she has sold the Japanese rights to her book for She said yesterday the book, published six years ago, has sold copies in Canada and in the United States. Miss Antelle, her pen name, has not followed the script of her book, Since the book was pub- lished, she has been through two marriages. Bond prices edge up at Toronto TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Canadian bond market edged upward in last week's light trading. A spokesman at Midland Osier Securities Ltd., bond trad- ers, said the Monday announce- ment by chartered banks of an agreement to lower short-term interest rates had stimulated the market. The market's short-end was higher by about 35 cents over the week. Mid-term issues rose by about one-half point while long-term issues were un- changed. Corporate issues gained about one-eighth point. Market activity fell off toward the end of the week as buyers waited for details of a Canada government issue which will be announced Monday. Midland Osier Securities Ltd. said the new offering would in- clude a one-year, seven-month issue which would mature in February, 1974 and a five-year issue which would mature July and might be extended to July 1, 1982. Day-to-day money was avail- able Friday at the lower rate of tliree per cent. Three- and six- month treasury bills traded at week's end 3.30 and 3.90 per cent respectively. Tuesday, TransCanada Fipc- Liiies Ltd. announced it would offer million of First Mort- gage Pipe Line Bonds which would mature in 1922. NAKED AND fifeStyie Be Loved) RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and TUES. FIRST SHOW AT P.M. HIT "DARK SIDE OF TOMORROW" ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE TONIGHT thru WED. At 7-00 and p.m. Wilt keep you hanging on the edge afyourseatl AUSUIR PUPPET ON A CHAIN A KUfll UNGLR CO4.OK SEEKS KILLER JOB SEVILLE, Spain (Reuter) A 63-year-old man has applied for one of this city's lowest paid jobs public executioner. The municipality said last week that the post, which became vacant over three months ago, "carried a very low salary because the successful applicant will have very little work to do." Al- though execution by garrotting remains on the statute books, in recent years death sentences have been commuted. WHICH SCENE WILL YOU MAKE THIS SUMMER? SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "FOOLS" In color. Starring Jason Robards and Kathar- ine Ross. Monday and Tuesday, June 19 and 20. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LOVE MACHINE" In color. Starring Dyan Cannon. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 19, 20 ad 21. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HAROLD AND MAUDE" In color. Starring Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 19, 20 and 21. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "ADIOS SABATA" In color. Starring Yul Bi-ynncr. Mon- day and Tuesday, June 19 and 20. Monday show it nd p.m. Adult Not Suilable For Children. Warsaw court orders death WARSAW (Reuter) Two young men were sentenced to death Friday by a Warsaw court for the murder oE Jan Gerhard, a well-known Polish writer and parliamentary dep- uty. Gerhard, a 50-year-old Pol- ish news agency correspondent in Paris and the author of sev- eral popular novels, was found stabbed to death and mutilated. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid" _ Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA 'Dark Side of Tomorrow" 'Naked and Free" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Who Killed Mary What's Her Name" "House That Dripped Blood" One Complete Show Not communicating? WKen the conversation stops, maybe the dancing should start. Dancing brings you cfosej nolhing comes closer. Are you always on Ine "fringe' of fun and friends on ihe oulside looVfng in simpty becauie you can't donee or aren't confidenl social- ly? Rediscover it's like to hold some- ona fn your arms again. Unwind, Relax lose your uprights. impossible to sustoin an argument on ihe eta nee floor, Try Dancing Try it. Dancing brings you togerher emolion- ally and This vacaiion be pre- pared to meel new, exciting people that tove lo be your friendi, tot cur ex- pert instructors you rlie besf "fun" insurance available. "Air Conditioned Ballrooms" (Limited Time Offer) lefhbridge, Alia. MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY IS SPONSORING A Dance-A-Thon SATURDAY, JULY 1 with all proceeds to the CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Name of Sponsor Address.............................. Telephone............................ Pledge: Number of hours and amount per hour, Mail this coupon to Monte Carlo Dance Academy, 535 13th Si. N. ;