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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 IHt ITIHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, 21, Hawaii Five-O episode Guard rail saves stunt rider in TV filming HONOLULU (AP) A guard rail saved stunt driver Gcorgo Fraine from taking a flight down a cliff here dur- ing filming of a Hawaii Five-O television episode. Fraine was driving a Italian sports ear down a twist- ing, single-lane road on Tnn- talus, a mountain overlooking Honolulu. As he roared through a hairpin turn, Fraino found to his surprise a real-life Honolulu police department car blocking the road. Frame's car fishtailed into a guard rail, but he came out un- hurt. The sequence was part of an episode titled, Death Wish on Tantalus Mountain. DIRECTOR SUED LOS ANGELES (Router) Peter Bagdanovich, 32, director of the film The Last Picture Show, "vas sued for divorce Monday by Ms artist wife Polly Plait, 29. Miss Plait asked in superior :ourt for an unspecified amount of alimony and custody and sup- port' for their two daughters. The two were married in New York in October, 1962, and sepa- Senteiiced to life term CALGARY (CP) James Ltoyd Harris, 40, was sentenced Tuesday to life imprisonment after pleading guilty in Alberta Supreme Court to non-capital murder. Harris is already serving a life sentence imposed in April by a Nova Scotia court for beating to death last August Guy Maloney, 53, in Truro, N.S. The sentencing Tuesday was for the beating death of Wayne Verne Johnson, 32, of Edmon- ton who was found in a hotel room last September. rated in1 January last year, she said, because of "irreconcilable differences." Bogdanovich has been a con- stant companion for more than a year of Cybill Shepherd, the blonde star of The Last Picture Show. Regarded as one of he bright young directors of Hollywood he was nominated or an Academy Award this year, was nominated for an Academy Award this year. >SELLEHS CASH IN LONDON (AP) Movie star Peter Sellers' marriage to the stepdaughter of a British lord is over and his friends believe di- vorce proceedings are immi- nent, the Daily Mail reported Monday. The newspaper said that Sellers' wife, 24-year-old Amanda Quarry whose step- father is Lord Mancroft, a dep- uty chairman of the Cunard Shipping Company is at home in Wiltshire in Southwest England. WILL REPLACE HOSS NEW YORK (AP) A new regular cast member, Tim Matheson, will be introduced on Edmonton Sportex approved EDMONTON (CP) City council has approved a mil- lion sport trade and exhibition facility proposed by the Edmon- ton Exhibition Association. It is to be completed by fall, 1973. Proposed facilities include a exhibition arena and other related facilities. Council also approved spend- ing million on a race track extension at Northlands Park, and authorized providing 000 a year for 10 years for ex- hibition association land acqui- sition. the "Bonanza" program lo re- place the late Dan Blocker, the National Broadcasting Co., an- nounced here. Blocker, who created the role of Hoss Cart- 011 the long running weekly program, in 1959, died last month. TURNS DOWN ROLE LONDON (AP) Frank Sin- atra has turned down an offer to make a show-business come- back in a new movie musical, spokesman said here. Harold Davison, Sinatra's Europear business representative, told re- porters the singer had been offered the leading role !n The Little Prince, written by Alan by Jay Lemer and Frederick Loewe, the team that wrote My Fair lady. Night noises can upset sex LONDON (Reuter) Brit- ish scientists say that noises in the night can upset the sex life of people subjected to it, but housewives living near London airport do not agree. The scientists, reporting in the current edition of the magazine World Health, said that noise level in a bedroom should be no higher than 30 decibels. Aircraft noise goes above 120. But birthrate figures for the borough of Hounslosv, near London's Heathrow Airport, were 0.7 per cent above the London average. Commented one Hounslow housewife, Christine Mona- han, 25: "At night I open all the win- dows in the bedroom because I like fresh air. The noise from aircraft has never been a problem sexually or other- wise." 1.47 J33J ilS ,77 50 .95 'D, .97 8'x20' 17 ,97 E REALLY COOL OFF AT THIS HOT PRICE. A STURDY 6' x STEEL WALL POOL FOR ALL A6ES. A. CREATE A COLOURFUL MOOD ON YOUR PATIO OR BALCONY WITH THIS 6 LIGHT SET 4.47 E. A WINNER WITH THE WEE SET A colourful 45" pool of tough linear poly.' 3.77 TAKE THE FAMILY OUTTO DINNER! C. The amazing Middi Ball-B-Q bakes, roasts, or broils with unique revolving heat. 29.95 D. Grill or roast tasty summer meals to a turn on this 24" motorized barbecue. E. A THERMOS FOR ALL SEASONS 17.77 One gallon capacity with large top opening and shoulder spout in Melon or Avocado. 7.97 F. PUT A WELCOME GLOW DN YOUR PATIO A pair of patio torches rm sate 6" pores. 4.97 PATIO TORCH FUEL-3 QT. SIZE 87e G. "COOLER" DAYS ARE'HERE A quality 32 qt hardshell cooler with double bale handles. 3.97 H. THIS VERSATILE TABLE WILL BE AN ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO YOUR PATIO OR BALCONY Get two or more at this low price. J. SIT BACK AND COUNT YOUR SAVINGS DN THIS 5 WEB CHAIR Pick from summery shades. 4.47 DELUXE RED, WHITE AND BLUE CHAIR 6.47 K. SOAK UP THE SUN ON THIS ATTRACTIVE CHAISE Get one to match your chair, just for Ihe sun of it. 10.97 COLOURFUL RED, WHITE AND BLUE CHAISE 17 77. More great buys from our Big Spring Sale available at the following dealers: 1.97 1 ,97 i- DOWNTOWN 606 3rd Ave' s- n V I I J Phone 327-5767 UAVT'C NORTK LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. H nW I I d Phone 328-4441 I MARTEN'S PRO HARDWARE SPENCER'S HARDWARE I VULCAN HARDWARE _ Cardston Vulcan Al -41 ,97 ITV HIGHLIGHTSl WKDNESDAY SPORT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Montreal Expos meet the Reds in Cincinnati. DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Cousleau, g p.m., Ch. II. Films survey the devices man has created to probe mysteries of the sea. MOVIE DRAMA: "Thunder 9 p.m., Ch. I. An oil-drilling operation off the Louisiana shore causes resent- ment. COMEDY: Please 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Bernard leads a protest over the terrible food in the school cafeteria. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. Rival sides plot to capture a double agent, using Jason as bait. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. A Japanese film about the founder of Buddhism. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Lana Turner talks about her rise to stardom. Other guests are Kenny Rodgers and the First Edition and Marty Barris. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "War Paint." 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A government agent is ambushed by two Indians while on his way to fetch a peace treaty. MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. A man steals plans for a new racing car, killing the engineer who drew them up. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs t-re listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY aid Cl.rk John 011VK Paul Testier Checlln. Kins WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Terry Vogt r CJQC if THURSDAY News, Sport SioTc'K: EN'S "M "S irry Prcbe 1220 CM World It Six MOH. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concern IBob CHEC FM Newj Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour Don Hedman Sign-Off Con'le) Don MacMaiter -A- CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT From Ihe Capital! This Country Radio Noon Tak. II from Kttt World Six J.k. .nd the Kid Recorded Music Written In Rock Concern THURSDAY Newi, Sporll, Wlhr Worlri at 8 cicc CLCC Brocdcasls over Cablevision Ch, 7 Monday ihru Friday John Matekoff Ma] or News News Major Hews Carol Sears Meyeri Doug GosScn Dsv: Oberg Max Ferguson World at 6 As It Happens Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and trnolopiapfnc Centcl 419 5th Sf. S. Phone 328-6922 PERSONAUY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELl" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevJsian Ch. 6} WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movl Trulh or Buddha Teleprotjfi 7 Fxpo Baseball Sporls Week Movie: Thunder Bay (c) Teleprote 7 Farm and Ctly Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant Chez Helens sesame Street Romper Room McHafe's Navy Movie: War Paint Summer Town Take JO Edge of NlgM Family Court Drop In Trul-h or Consequence! CFCN-TV Lethbndge Channel 13 (CcbTevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGhl David Frost Beat Ihe Clock News (c) LongsJreet Link Please Sir Jason King Sporlsbear '71 News News Trwoght for Day Rupert Bear yoga fr.) Hous of Frlghfeo slein (c) ii North Mania All AbOl Facti Anything You Can Do Safman (e) Buckshot Faniily Affair KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevlsfon Ch. 9} WEDNESDAY NIGHT Concentration Edge of Niaht News Sale of Ihe Cenlury 9.M rVelba Moore Hollywood Squares Wedical Jeopardy ILmiii Where 3'M Affair (c Gamete) Lucy Show News Amalfur's Guide to Love ll Many Love (c) Splcntfored Thfng My Three Soni As the World Turns News News NBC Nightly NEWS News Dick Van Dyke (c) Mannlx Cannon (c) News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World ____....._ Salule Doctors (c) BTIU Today in Montana Another World KFBB-TV Grea! 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