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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 24, 1972 Rock music producer blames police for trouble SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) The producer of the Rolling Stones rock music concert here has blamed the "lackadaisical attitude" of police for trouble at the concert. "None of this have ever occurred had the Son Diego po- lice department done what was done in every other community, which is simply to assist in time of need when the need is stated well in Bill Graham said Thursday in a letter to Mayor Pete Wilson. Sixty persons were arrested and 15 were injured in the June 13 disturbance outside the San Diego Snorts Arena. Police said the crowd was angry at not being able to get in to the con- cert, in many cases because in- INSURANCE LIABILITY O BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSS.TER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Ifvcr Flaor 517 4lh Avl. S. Phone 327-1541 diticluals had purchased coun- terfeit tickets. The next night rioting broke out at a Stones' concert in Tuc- son, Ariz., after youths without tickets tried to get into the con- cert hall. There was earlier violence in Vancouver. Graham said his staff notified the police department weeks in advance but that police did not show up as early as had been advised and then failed to take immediate action to disperse the crowd. BERLIN (Reuter) Eliza- beth Taylor and Richard Burton are among a number of film ce- lebrities expected to attend West Berlin's 22nd international film festival which opens today. The 'Burtons are likely to present their latest film, Hatn- mersmith is Out, a grotesque tale wlu'ch has Miss Taylor as a waitress and Burton as an in- sane multi-millionaire and mur- derer. Peter Ustinov, director and co-star, is due to attend. Also invited to the festival are Shirley MacLaine with her film obout the plight of Puerto Ri- co is in New York, The Posses- sion and Joel Delaney, and Ed- ward G. Robinson, star of the Israeli entry, Neither by Day or Night. unwanted noise. Zenith's nevy.Directional .Hearing Aid. Zenith's smallest behTnd-the-ear hearing aidfthG you "directional" hearing. And, if you find that much of the sound coming from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The new microphone in the Westwood "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you want to hear. Come En for a free demonstration. The quality goes fn before name goes on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 Paramount Theatre BlcJa. Phone 328-4080 The Lethbridge District Exhibition Proudly Presents ALL NEW fOR ORIGINAL HERRMANN ROYAL LIPIZZAM STALLIONS OF instructor at the FEATURING WOLFGANG DELLEFOHT former assistant riding SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL OF VIENNA and second rider to the Isle Robert Taylor in MIRACLE OF THE i_miTE STALLIONS with a troupe or expert European Riders performing the celebrated horse ballet AIRS ABOVE THE GROUND Including tfie leyade, triple capriole with rider, and the courbellft jump over a 26-inch hurdle. In no wiy Wantftrful World ot H wfth Lnh'ntky'0 n pniintttJort. Thursday Friday, June 29th 30th al 8 p.m. in tha Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Advance Tickeu al MUSICLAND, lEISTER'S, MARCEL'S ond DOUG'S THE YOUNG CANADIANS Tommy Hunter, singing star of CBC-TV's Tommy Hunter Show, is surrounded by The Young Canadians from Calgary during a bouncing number on the show, of Friday, June 30 at p.m. Burtons open film festival BERLIN (Renter) Eliza- beth Taylor and Richard Burton are among a number ot film celebrities expected to attend Berlin's 22nrl international tilm festival which opens today. The Burtons are likely to present their latest film, Ham- mersmith is Out, a grotesque tale which has Miss Taylor as a waitress and Burton as an in- sane multi-millionaire and mur- derer. Peter Ustinov, director and co-star, is due to attend. Also invited to the festival are Shirley MacLaine with her film about the plight of Puerto Ri- cans in New York, The Posses- sion and Joel Delaney, and Ed- ward G. Robinson, star of the Israeli entry, Neither by Day 01 Night. SAFETY DEPARTMENT OFFERS Commercial Testing Bicycle Safely Training Snowmobile Safety Lectures Driver Education and Training Advanced Defensive Driving Courtei Girl and Her Car Care Courses School Safety Patrol Training Safety Education Lectures ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd Ave. S., tethbridge Phono 328-1771 ATTENTION: TAXPAYERS, EDUCATORS, PARENTS CHOICE OF FUTURES WORTH COMMISSION REPORT ON EDUCATIONAL PLANNING IS AVAILABLE FROM THE HOUSE OF BOOKS LTD. 319 8th St. South Phone 328-5888 FOR ONLY 4 PER COPY LIMITED QUANTITIES TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: Football, p.m., Ch. 11. New NFL and CFL rookies are showcnsed in this 12th annual clnsh at Lubobck, Texas. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Elizabeth B, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Young Bess becomes Queen of England at 25 and lavishes all her attentions on Lord Robert married man. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Van- essa Redgrave portrays the vibrant talent and Bohemian spirit of dancer Isadora Dtincan who shocked society with her avant-garde art and scandalous love affairs. MUSICAL: Counlrytimc, p.m., CIi. 7. A salute to the railroads in this final sh'ow of the series. Tommy Banks returns in this time slot July 8. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., CIi. 7. A pri- son warden champions the cause of a young man unjustly convicted of murder. MOVIE "The Counterfeit 12 mill-., night, Ch. 13. A Swiss oil broker is blackmailed by British intelligence into spying on tire Nazis. SUNDAY INTERVIEW: Country Canada, Ii30 p.m., Ch. 7. An in- terview with John Lackie, producer of "This who at- tended the UN Conference on Human Environment in Stock- holm. SPORT: Soccer, p.m., Ch. 7. England meets Ireland in this CBC Sports Special. POLITICS: Campaign '72, 4 p.m., Ch. 9. First of 14 scheduled programs on U.S. election year politics with Rftger Mudd as anchor man for three reports. WILDLIFE: Audobon Wildlife Thealrc, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. An expert offers suggestions on how the individual can help with wildlife conservation. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of the creatures that live in or by the sea. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. Conclusion of an adventure about three boys who take it upon them- selves to smash a counterfeit ring. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Death of Me p.m., Ch. 13. A 1971 TV-movie pitting Doug McClure as a Soviet agent against Darren McGavirt as a U.S. investigator. COMEDY: The Super, p.m., Ch. 7. It's janitor vs. computer as Joe is replaced by an automated machine. DRAMA: 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A boy with negligent parents turns delinquent and the drama centres on a cus- tody case over the boy. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "The 0 p.m., Ch. 7. Telemachus's search for his father Ulysses leads him to Sparta. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: WK5, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A report on New York City street gangs; the rising food costs and the rift within the NDP. DOCUMENTARY: One Northern Summer, 10 p.m., Ch. Highlights of the second annual Northern Games held in Inuvik last summer. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Peter Fonda and Marshall McLuhan are special guests. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Captive 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A small town newspaper editor sets out to expose a gambling syndicate. MOVIE DRAMA: "Hot 1 p.m., Ch. 13. In the deep Soulh a mother of three tries desperately to recapture her past. EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE TV Live from Lai Vegot In Color Tuesday, June 27th at p.m. 2 2 Big Fights on tha Same Program j Jerry Quarry VI Muhammad All PLUS tight Heavyweight Championship Mike Quarry vs Bob Foster EXCLUSIVE CLOSED CIRCUIT COVER- AGE FOR CABLE TV VIEWERS PHONE 328-1222 NOW DAY OR NIGHT for Your Cable TV hook-up arrangement Don't Miss the Thrills! Spills! Action! STOCK CAR RACING Sunday Afternoon, June 25th Time Trials at 2.00 p.m. Racing at 3.00 p.m. EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY A FULL SLATE OF Cs, CLAIMERS AND SUPER STOCKS SPONSORED BY Southern Alberta Auto Racers in conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. YOUR PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY 817 AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE THIS WEEK A BIG SUPER STOCK SHOW Featuring such well known drivers at Brian Selby, ten Vaielenak, Wayne and Lawrence Bailey driv- ing such cars as Beaumonts, Comaros, Old; F-85's, Firebirds and Chargers. ANGLO'S Radio Programs ure lined by the radio and televiiiort italloni. 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 Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY A-M Paul Tessler Leo Dow Buryl Clark Jack NewfeEd Paul Tcssfer jj-cc John Oliver Barry Hegiand Dave King CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT Solo Sporli News News Christian Science fnstde from the Voice of Outside EuntJay Mag-.ilne Continental Holiday News Daug Anderson Refer Terry Vogt llrlOBIg Bands SUNDAY K5SS 'rdfan 6: CO News Jchn Charles Atlaafic symphony _. _ BlacMoot Indian Ths cnferJalnefS Pfcgram Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Concern fAONDAY Jim Elliot CBC Nev.'s News, WJhr, Sport Phone BUI Show Wayne E.irry Probe 1220 News, VJ1hr, Sport Mews and Grain Prices Jack Jchn FrcU 1230 CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Haff Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Jack Vevfleld aeryl Clark SUNDAY Barry Hegland John Charlei Leo Dow CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Capital Report Jazz Jdenlifles Inside form 1ha Celebrations Music De Oufsltfc 1UD3 Collage CBC Sfage Continentaf Holiday Nev.-j, Wthr. Dlsllnguished Carouiel Wax Arlists Cross Country Works Anthology Check-Up MON'DAY Bush and Salon Remember WHert Elye Opener Major Progreislon Sunday and Friends World: al SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Storks Sunday Morning loici IS? S' Time Signal I'll Read That Again News Sound ot Sport Calgary Opener This Country Provincial Radio Noon SlockmarXef Take [t From Max Ferguson Gllmour'5 Albu CLCC CLCC Broadtails over Cablevisfon Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Djane Meyers Ma for News Major News News Doug Gossen Dava Oterg JoTin Malskolf Carol Sears This Summer Take A SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All sizes 9" and 11" Portable TV's in stock. at ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Steteo and Photoylaplnc Centet 419 5lh St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny (c) TBA Show Elizabeth R Bless Houst IfhK) Doug Crwtey Show Country News Teleprobe 7 Movie: Convicted I Spy SUNDAY Faith for Today Crossroads Niven Miller Fireball XL-5 WirdlJfi (c) TBA Future Shock Counfry Canada Reach for the Top Olympic El Camino New Majority Audubcn (c) Wcrld of Disney Bless This Hou Tha Rovers The Super (c) Justice Sunday af 9 one Northern Summer (c) Weekend News Teleprobe 7 Butler's Beaf I Spy (c) MONDAY Farm and Clly Today Mr, Dress Up Alter fa School! Friendly Giartr Crier Hefene Sesame Street Romper Room McHaIe'4 Navy Movie: Captive City Summer Town Take 39 Edge cf Nlaht Room 722 Mod Squad (c) 8r20 Kcskin W5 (c) Movie: Isadora News Nightcap Movie: Counfer- fei Oral Roberts News [c) 11 :O> Rural Report Oil rteport Window on BrflaFn Penlccost Presents Rex Humhard (c) Question Period Wisrkel Place (c) David Frost Nice Mix (c) V.ONDfty of the West Tfcm'eH fcr Pentecost Presertfs Day Rupert Bear (c) Fuluriry Stakei (c) Fashion fn Sewing (c) Yoga House of Frighlenstern (c) Si North Maple (e) Al] About tc) Dick Van Dyfce Movie: Hot Spefl What's (tie Good Word Another World Anything You Can Do Batman (c) Buckshot trie Family Affair Don Alesser [c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cabfevlsion Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hce Maw Jerry Reed BoJd Ones Movie: Ths Rus- sians are Coming Nfchols fcj SUNDAY Tom Jerry Groovie GoolIfiS Rex Humbard Who, What, C3.T.S Welcome to it (c) News (c) World of Disney Love Is a Many Jimmy Stewart Bonanza (c) Cade's County The Mexican Connection Katnryn Kuhlman An Essay On TM Barrier Reef Camera Threa Face the Nation Meet the Press Car 54 Mr. Wirard DugalOO CO AAU Champlwtt Mafia Laredo MONDAY Our World salufe Agriculture Today Splendored Thing As !he Worfd Turn News (c) The Doctors (c) Another WorJd Edge of Night Love American Styfe Family Affair Lucy Shov; to LovB My (c) Today In Montana News (c) Concentration