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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETH8RIDGE HERALD Tuesday, 19, J973 TV HIGHLIGHTS '1TESUAY DRAMA: The IValtons, p.m.. Ch. 7. Olivia's uncle. visits the Waltons after jears and becomes involved with a divorcct Kohcrla Flack, 7 p.m.. I'll. II. Blues, and pop music sung by this performer. COMEDY DRUIA: "Spring and Port 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Domestic problems provide laughter and tears, starring James Mason. DOCUMENT Ascent of .Man. 10 p.m.. Ch. 7. The beginnings of chemistry are traced from the first major use of fire. MOVIE THRILLER: "The Two races of Dr. p.m., Ch. 11. A 1960 English version of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic. WEDNESD.U MOVIE THRILLER: "Nightmare in 1 p.m., Ch. 13. For 72 hours an escaped murderer turns the turn- pikes into a nightmare until he is caught by an all-out man- hunt. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not fhe res- ponsifaility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Morey McG II sr-d Allen Bel'. Contemporary NBA-, Doug Marvin Con- Sporlir Leo Dow' Farm Music V.a Remember: MONDAY thru FRIDAY 7 40 Sports 6 00 News 6 05 Suryl Clark 6 30 Nev.s 6 35 Buryl Clark 6 50 Farm Ne.vs 58 carie Prices 7.00 News 7 05 Bjryl Clark 7.30 News 45 Buryl Cla'k, 8 00 News 8-10 Buryl Clark 3 30 News 8 25 BOD Hesketh 8 35 Chec line 10 00 Chec Trading Post !1 CO Leo Dow 72 00 Jonn Oliver CJOC 12 IS Fjrm News V 30 News 12-JO Sports KOO Gram Prices 1.01 Call of the Land 1-10 John Oliver 7 00 Jack N'eufeld 12.00 Paul Tessiir Ne.vs wi'h Bill Skelton. Red VVhitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent SeelV and Don Maclean, Fsrm and Ranch Dcug Card TUESDAY NIGHT CBC Prote 1220 J.m Elliot 5 03 John Charles Snow News, Weather 6.CD World at six and Socrts 6-35 Stan Sailey Sho v Phone Bill Show 8 CO Jin Parsons Show 10 05 Jim i: 30 Bruce Snc.v Sun-ner Snow WEDNESDAY JacK Tkys WEDNESDAY 12 M ,220 i X Jim Elliot 12 20 Ncoi Dcug Card News, Weather and Sports News and Grain if CHEC-FM 100.9 if Prices Jack Thys 3 05 Stan Bailey 5 00 Proce 1220 5 03 John Charles 6 00 World at Six MON. THRU FRI. 6 a m 12 noon Don McMaster 1! noon-6 p.m. Deli O 6 p.rr. 10 Dm Don Herman 10 p m -12 midnig it SATURDAY 6 a m 12 noon Don WciVlaster 12 noon-d p rr Don Hedman 6 p m 1 a "i SUNDAYS 6 am 1 p m fftd Eicoros Concerts. O.eriure' !Sob Concie) and Encores' CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT (Boo Concie) 12pm. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 26 p m Don Rpdman 6 p midnight Concerts, Overture; and Encores (Bob Concie) WEDNESDAY II 03 Radio Noon 5 30 Warm Up 1 stccK Market t 30 As It Happens 6 05 Eye opener 2 03 Take it from S 03 KiVoduction to S 00 World at 8 Nioh1 S 05 Eye Opener 1.10 CBC Tuesday Nignt 00 The World at Nine Bob 11-15 Sews Sports, 0.13 This country Wea'ner 10 59 Time Sional U3 ncme Rupert's Land Rock 11.55 Nations 5 ;o Nev s sllde Provincial Affairs 6 CO World at 2 30 Max Ferguson Kerr i 00 BBC News i 05 Home Run Six The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! -Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook June 26th {Advertising Deotil'ne is Jure 20 h) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 1? GO Bovf-rl, 5? Hollyvo.od Squares 1 05 Wrestling 12 30 Truth i Get Srnart t lie Npv-s 6 10 7 30 Aftx-rta On North Sid WEDNESDAY S 00 Pmocchi" t Farm and (M Ed 1 30 8 00 Great 10 00 Won Ami 10 00 The Ascent of Man 10 15 Friendly Giant 11 CO New; 10.30 Wr Dress Up 11 35 Crossfire 11-00 Sesame Street Consequence i ro fti i 1 30 Kar-i's Kornpr J.OO Galloping Gourmet 2-30 Jo-an Watprtield 3 00 Take 30 3 30 Edqe of Night 00 Family Court 4 30 Drop In CFCN-TV lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT J 55 Stcr Tret f 55 No-.vs 6 TO Beat the Clock 7 oo Paul Lynde 7 30 Headline Hunte.-i 8 CO Search c 00 The Protectors 9 Ian Tyson 10 00 Marcus Welby 11 71 1? on 6 25 7 CO 8 10 9 00 o 30 10 00 1C 30 11 oo 11 30 12.00 Griffin WEDNESDAY Tliouaht for Off University Of Air Canada A M Romper Room Trouble v.itn Tracy Unc'e Bobby Supermarket Pierre Berton Life Stylo Eye Bet 12 10 l.oo MOVI" Nightmare In Chicago 2.30 Somerset 3-00 Anotner World 3.30 What s The Good 4 00 Anything You Can Do t 30 Buckshot 55 Star Trek 5-55 Beat the Clock KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NICHT 6 4-00 Ccusm Maude 6.30 Bridget Loves Sernie 7 00 Movie: Grand Prix (Part 2) 0 00 Hawaii Five-O 10 00 News 10.30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY <.15 Our World fS Salute Agriculture World Turns 00 Today Show 12-00 News 00 Today In Montana The Doctors 30 Pyramid Another World :00 Sale of the Cer.tury 1-30 Hollywood's Talking 30 Hollywood Squares Secret Storm Mike Douglas Jokers Wild News i-oo NBC Nightly Hurt s.30 News 00 Jeopardy Who. What, Where Game News 00 Baffled KFBB-TV Greof Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIOHT J 30 News i.CO 6.30 Truth or Consequences 7.00 The First Timt Flach 7 30 Movie: The Heist 1 00 Marcus Welay 10 00 News 10.30 Movie- Two Faces of Dr. Jekll WEDNESDAY t 25 Farm News 6 30 N3WS 7-00 captain Kangaroo 8-00 News 8.30 Jack LaLanne 9 00 Audrey 0 30 Galloping Gourmet '0.00 Young and Restless 10-25 News 30 Search for Tomorrow ll-oo All My rAdren 11.30 Let's A Deal 12 00 Newlywed Game 12.30 News 1-00 General Hospital One Life to Live 2.00 Days of our Lives Dinah's 3 CO Three on a Match 3 30 Dating Game 4 CO Split Second 30 Bewitched Password Brando out of hospital NEW YORK (AP) Actor Marlon Brando has been releas- ed from a hospital after Treat- ment for an infected right hand a treatment begun the day alter Brando allegedly slugged a free-lance photographer. The 49-year-old Academy Award winner was admitted to the hospital last Wednesday, the day after he and photog- rapher Ron Galella clashed while Gaellla took pictures of the actor on a Chinatown street. Galella said Brando became annoyed when the photograph- er asked him to remove his sunglasses and let go a round- house punch that fractured Gal- ella's jaw. Borgnine meaner in villain roles NEW YORK (AP) Actor Ernest Borgnine wonders whe- ther he would do as well play- ing the title role in Marty to- day as he did 18 years ago when he won the Academy Award for it. "Then, I felt I could do Borgnina says. "Now is the time I have my doubts. "I say to myself. 'What would I do with that part now, know- ing more than I did then? Would I have the sar? simple attachment to the gii'T? I don't know." Before Marty, the burly actor Senator Edward Kennedy says he will announce his in- tentions concerning the 1976 United States presidential elec- tion "after the 1974 congres- j sional elections.'' The Massachusetts Democrat i is quoted in a copyright ar- tide in the Boston Herald Ad- i vertiser as saying: "Right now I have no plans ifor 1976 "I will continue to serve in the Senate. However. I realize there is considerable specula- tion about my possible candid- acy. After the 1974 congression- j al elections, I will have to make my intentions known." Discussing the Watergate po- 1 litical espionage scandal, Ken- nedy said: "The final judgment will have to be made by the people the voters. V Golda Mcir, who was called i out of retirement in 1969 to lead Israel, announced in Tel iv that she will seek re-elec- tion as prime minister even though she had hoped to retire from politics. In a letter to the secretary- general of the Labor party, which she headSi the 76-year- old Mrs. Meir said she will continue as prime minister for another four years if the party and its coalition partners win October's general election. V. Senator Barry Goldvi ater said in New York he doesn't think President Nixon should be impeached, "although I might not take that position if it could be proven Watergate. he's lied" about Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 7.00. 9 "Walking Tall" Last complete show 9.15 Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hammersmith is Out" Last Complete Show 9.20 Restricted Adult COLLEGE CIXEMA "Private 10.20 "Mebnda" 3 10 EDWARD KENNEDY no plans for 1976 "But I don't think he has the Arizona Republican emphasized, "and I don't think it can be proven even 1C he did lie.'1 Cool relations between the United ffates and Australia have warmed the accept- ance cf an invitation from President Nixon to Prime Min- ister Cough Whitlam to visit him while Whillam is in Wash- ington next month. Relations between the two countries have been distant since Whitlam criticized the re- newed U.S. bombing attacks of North Vietnam last December before the Vietnam ceasefire agreement. Whitlam is due to be in Washington from July 23 to 31 on his way to the Common- wealth prime ministers' confer- ence in Ottawa. was typecast as a villain. Since, Borgnine has played leading and supporting roles as well as whenever he finds strong ones villains. In his newest picture, The Emperor of the North Pole, he plays Shack, a sadistic freight train conduc- tor. "You don't find these kinds of villains every Borg- nirie said in an interview. "Vil- lains are usually in westerns or Vincent Pries in a horror movie. one comes along, shucks, I jump at it. It's an- other way of showing acting ability and versatility. "I will say, in my gallery of villains, they have become in- creasingly meaner. I thought Coiey. who tormented Spencer Tracy in Bad Day at Black Rock, was more brutal than Fatso, who beat up Frank Sin- atra in From Here to Eternity. And Shack tops them all. I think he's the worst I've ever portrayed, and yet I'm happy to say that one of the critics said I'd round3d him out so he's not the usual cardboard villain character. That made me feel pretty good. Ic's what we all try to do.'' MARRIED AGAIN Borgnine, 56, was married last November to his fifth wife, who formerly operated retail cosmetic concessions. "We met on z. blind he says. "We got married in Niagara Falls. was making The Neptune Factor in Toronto. Then, Mr. and Mrs. Marty Allen, who in- troduced us. complained that they hadn't been our best man and lady, so we got remarried in February in Las Vegas." ERNF3T BORGNINE CAVERN CLUBBED LIVERPOOL, England fCP) The Cavern Club, the birth- place of the Beatles, has been closed and will be knocked down to make way for a venti- latJhg shaft for the city's sub- way system. Songwriter dies after long illness NEW YORK (AP) Al Vann 73, a songwriter who founded Music Journal Maga- zine with choral director Fred Waring, died here after a long illness. Vann was publisher since he and Waring organized the magazine in 1943. His wife, Dorothy Schwartz Vann, is ex- pected to be the next publisher. Among Vanns songs are For- ever More, Dawn, I'll Never Be Alone, and Old Man Moon. MOSCOW (AP) The San Francisco Symphony opened in Moscow with a three-encore triumph for conductor Serji Ozawa and his 110 musicians. A capacity audience at Tschikovsky Conservatory wel- comed Ozawa and his orchestra with loud applause from the opening selection, Prokofieff's suite for Borneo and Juliet. LONDON (Reuter) Brit- ain's Rolling Stones rock group is seeking permission to make a tour of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union but so far has heard nothing from Communist authorities. Singer Mick Jagger said the group would travel in a special train through Eastern Europe if the tour bacame a reality. Complet" Shew Restricted Adult 8.30 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN 'Hell's Bloody 'Outlaw Riders 11.35 Dne Complete Show 9-45 Adult Entertainment Pelroleuin cost sur urged HELENA, Mont. (AP) Co- operatives in seven Montana communities asked the state to conduct a cost survey of the Montana petroleum in- dustry. In asking the state depart- ment of business regulation to make the survey, all said they are experiencing severe short- ages of gasoline and diesel fuel Ralph Van of the Farmers Service Association of Big Timber wrote that he is running out of gasoline and diesel fuel. He said he may have to close his pumps in or- der to be able to supply farm- ers who soon will begin haying operations. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Alfred Hitchcock's "FRENZY" In Technicolor. Starring Jon Finch, Alec McCowen and Barbara Leigh-Hunt. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 19 and 20. Tuesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "COME BACK CHARLESTON BLUE" In color. Starring Godfrey Cambridge. Tuesday and Wednesday. June 19 and 20. Tuesday show at 8.00 p m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre PANIC IN" NEEDLE PARK'' In color. Tuesday, June 19. Show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre LITTLE BILLY" In color. Starring Michael J. Pollard. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 19 and 20. Tues- day shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Problems for stage OTTAWA (CP) Pauline Whitehouse's shopping list in- cludes four dozen bunches of plastic grapes, six new hacksaw blades, a dozen gem-encrusted goblets, six antique tin lanterns. A 20-foot boat with a vol- uptuously bare-bosomed fig- urehead 40 black iron war- rior's helmets and the back half of several centaurs. Such things aren't easily found, especially the half-man- half-horse centaurs, whole or in parts. So Miss Whitehouse and a crew of stage craftsmen have to make them for the Festival Canada productions in Jury at the National Arts Centre. She is in charge of the property shop for the festival's three operas, three ballets, two plays and other productions. She came here from England just to work on the Festival Canada properties. A free-lance designer and artist, her pre- vious visits to Canada brought her to Expo 67 in Montreal and to the Stratford Festival Theatre in Stratford, Ont. Her big challenge is to pro- duce the props for productions of Mozart's Don Giovanni, and Offenbach's La Belle Helene. Props for Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte have been held over from last year. WORKS LONG HOURS The prop-making crew of 10 have been working about H hours a day, seven days a week, but apparently enjoying the challenge and adventure. "Later Miss Whitehouse said with a chuckle, "well all get busy." "There's a great shortage of grapes, at the grapes, just the kind they sell i for home decoration. But we need so many, and I've phoned i all over the place. They're on a j ship somewhere, coming I sup- I pose from Hong Kong." She also had to go out in j search of bamboo, to make bones. "Real bone's of this size are hard to corne by, and we wanted something that will make a clacking noise, and bamboo will do that." At the time she was inter- viewed, she was trying to make a plume of pink feathers, based endless crew on foam rubber supported by wires. She studied art for six years, and has done design work and scene-painting for the Oxford Playhouse. Her hobby is designing mirrors. "I've never been attached to any big organization in Eng- land. I prefer to free-lance. It's a bit doclgey at times, but at least you are your own boss and one gets a variety of vi ork." 8150 per seat for concert MANILA (AP) -American pianist Van Cliburn played a benefit concert here and hun- dreds paid up ti the equiva- lent of ?150 a scat to hear him. Then, without prior announce- ment, the concert was televised live on all three Manila sta- tions and hundred? of thou- sands watched without paying a cent. BABY HIPPO NAMED RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) and Chiquita, hippopotami at the Rio zoo, had a 66-pound baby. The TOO named it Sabonete, Portuguese for a bar of soap. Perry Mason show gets facelift By JERRY BUCK LOS ANGELES (AP) It seemed inevitable that tele- vision in its insatiable hunger for successful formulas would return to one of the most suc- cessful of all Ma- son. Perry Mason, which ran for nine years on CBS and probably will run forever in syndication, is being revised, revamped anu recyclel for the fall season. The Erie Stanley Gardner creation, a lawyer who never loses a least not on the air, will be played by Monte Markham. Markham left the Broadway production Irene after winning out over 300 othsr actors in a nine-month talent hunt. The other parts are still being cast. Ernie Frankel, who is co-pro- ducer of the show with Ail Seid, professes not to be concerned that Canadian-born actor Ray- mond Burr may be indalibly stamped in the minds of most viewers as Perry Mason. "With all due respect for Ray, he did not create Perry Stanley Gardner said Frankei, who was story consultant the last year o! the old series. "I think what Monte Mark- ham will bring to the rob is an interpretation of Gardner's work for 1973." In structure the show will ba the same. There will be no tam- pering, with that. Mason, aided by Delia Street and Paul Drake, will confront District Attorney Hamilton Burger and Lieut. Tragg in the courtroom climax. His client will be wrongly ac- cused of murder and each week Mason will sift through the cluss to determine the real killer. British actor in hospital SYDNEY, Australia (Rcuter) British actor Sir Ralph Rich- ardson was admitted to hospital here Sunday shortly after arriv- ing by air from Britain. A spokesman for a theatre said the 70-year-old actor was suffer- ing from exhaustion and would probably spend two or three days here before going to Mel- bourne for a scheduled appear- ance. WEDNESDAY Mayor Mtgratfi Dr. Couttt Hwy, 327-1100 ADULT1 GATES OPEN! 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. college cinema Am. Marsth Dr_ 328-630ft RESTRICTED ADULT Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. VINCENT PRICE DIANA RIGG Guest Victims HARRYANDREWS t CORAL BROWNE ROBERT COOTE t JACK HAWKINS t MICHAEL HORDERN ARTHUR LOWE t ROBERT MORLEYt DENNIS PRICE Prodnctd JOHN KOHN STANLEY MANN RESTRICTED ADUIT paramount Slh St. S 4ttl An. South. 327 5100 TONIGHT and WED. AT AND P.M. WalklnglU A HCP ProcJuci on law and order or die trying1. The "BILLY JACK" OF 1973 Watch ouf HAMMERSMITH, is out. V Ridiaipd Burton, IT Peter Ustinov, Beau Bridges in n uuufMumi teaar St. 4th Ave South, 327-5100 TONIGHT and WED. AT P.M. AND P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema LAST TIME TONIGHT FIRST SHOW AT P.M. WHAT SHE KNEW COULD GET A MAN KILLED. HIT No. 2; METROCOLOR PRIVATE PARTS" In Color THE ACTIVE 20-30 CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE PRESENTS HOLIDAY BINGO LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION FRIDAY, JUNE 22 8 P.M. WORTH of PRIZES ADVANCE TICKETS FOR 3 CARDS AT THE DOOR FOR 3 CARDS EXTRA CARDS 50c Advance tickets available in Centre Village Mall and College Mall ;