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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i uesday, June i HE Lt i HBRIuuE TV highlights TUESDAY DEBUT: Oscar Peterson, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A half-hour of jazz, with pianist Oscar Peterson as host. MOVIE DRAMA: The Chadwick Family, p.m., Ch. 11. A movie about the hectic lives of a San Diego clan. Fred MacMurray, Kathleen Maquire, Darleen Karr, Stepehen Nathan. 1974, 90 min. DOCUMENTARY: America, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. This involves the Inventing of a Nation and the works of the constitution. 60 min. MOVIE DRAMA: The Anniversary, p.m., Ch. 11. A woman controls great wealth and her three grown sons. Betty Davis, Sheila Hancock, Jack Medley, James Cosins. 1968, 2 hrs. MOVIE DRAMA: Cheers for Miss Bishop, a.m., Ch. 7. The self-sacrificing life of a Midwestern schoolteacher. Martha Scott, William Gargan, Edmund Gwenn, Mary Anderson, 1941. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Summer Love, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Teenage romance at summer camp. John Saxon, Judi Meredith, Jill St. John, Fay Wray, 1958, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Monday thru Friday Farm News News. Wthr.. Sport Probe 1220 World at -Six Phone Bill Show HOur of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC 1090 Checline News Grain Prices iNc-ws, Wthr.. Sports CJOC 1220 5: (HI Probe 1220 5.25 Spurts Market Report Local News World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don .McMaster Tuesday As it Happens Tuesday Night News 0: III From the Capitals Five Nights a Week Dr. Hundolus Pandemonium Kuperslund Hock Slide Wednesday Morning Wann-Ups" Calgary Opener World at Kight p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Mon- day. Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Opener World at Nine This Country in the Morning Time Signal Political Broadcast Radio Noon Stock Market After Two Oil the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run Political Broadcast (i Od World at Six "JOIN THE PEPSI PEOPLE FEELING FREE" "THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR SOFTBALL LEAGUE FOTT GIRLS" are mid-way through the season. The squirts division consists of five teams. The Cheetahs. Cyclones. Wild Cats. Cougars and Tigerettes. They play every Tues. and Thurs. evening at at St. Basils and Kinsmen diamonds. The Bantams league play Tues. and Thurs. at at Galbraith and Kinsmen diamonds. Their league has six teams and include the Whizettes. Snoopy All-Stars. Trjmble-ette Astros. Knock Outs. Diamond Streakers and Devils Angels. The league will be finished July 2. and the play-offs will be held July 6 and 7 in the form of a sports day and a windup picnic Sunday after all games are finished. The Sports day will be opened with an exhibition game Friday night July 5 at at Dave Elton Park. The South Side Midget Girls' Team "The Rockettes" will play the "Mystrey Mightees" (Mothers and executive of Minor The Rockettes will be in (he Zone 1 playoffs for Midget A Division to represent the south for the Summer Games in Calgary. August 22-25. The Bantam League will be played off on Sat.. July 7 and the Squirts league will have their playoffs Sunday. All teams will be in the playoffs, as it is our first year of operation and we are stressing more recreational ball and learning the fundamentals of the game. For those that saw the first games and see them now have all complemented the girls on how each and every team has improved so much. We are all pleased to have all 200 of our girls participating in this local endeavour. Trophies will be given to the winning team plus individual tokens will be aiven to each airl that ioined our Minor Association. The league is financed by donations from our local Clubs and Organizations which bought most of pur equipment, and we also are working in co-operation with Community Services. "DROP OUT AND SUPPORT THE GIRLS YOU'LL ENJOY IT" THANK YOU MARILYN SNEDDEN President "JOIN THE PEPSI PEOPLE FEELING FREE" Tuesday O Hollywood Squares O News (D Password (B !-ucy O iN'cws Q> News O News CD News O Maude O Emergency (D News 00 Beat !he Clock O Sanford and Son 09 Truth or Consequences (B Oscar Peterson O Adam 12 0) Happy Days B Bob New-hart OD Mystery Movie: The Snoop Sisters a Hollywood SquflW O All in the Family W Movie: The Chadwick" Family O Mash e Police Slory O Man- Tyler Moore OP O Hawaii Kive-O 0 >5arcus Welhy VIP W -00 O News fl) News S America (B O TflTiifM Shira- (D Mow The Anniversary JI a News 11-2PG News O News 9 Country Way CD O (B 32 30 IB 09 O 52 30 CD a Tnrth ft Const- qwnccs 00 CD Movie: Summer J B Make A 0 General Hospital O Another WwJd 1 30 B FronlKT CoHrrlion O Match Game flD Onr Life 1o Live B Hrrilase Inn CD J10.W r-yramid O Talllelalps 2 30 (B O Mike 1 CD rhn B Oor Town 3 W B Thirty From IB Another World ID Thw on a Matrh 3 .10 IB WhaVs Good Word B Kdce of Nifht OD Girl 5n My Llfr B Family Court IB Anythmc You Can Do wild 4 3f> B Odcsw-y O News TV Rootirs O Braflv Wizard or Oz Romper Room Gambit Farm City This Week Now You See It -Audrey Frontier Collection NFB Access Ed Allen Joker's Wild Jack I-atonnc Lifestyle Mon Ami Friendly Gianl Jackpot Young and Restless Mr. Dress Up Search For Tomorrow Celebrity Sweepstakes Pay Cards Sesame Street Fred Davis .Show Al! My Children Jeopardy As The World Turns Galloping Gnurmr! lyct's Make a Deal Buckshot Hays of our Lives Ncwlvwf-d Game Bewitched Rurksbni flays of Oar Lives NrwJywoJ Game I'nrtr Bobby Brwildwi APPEARING NIGHTLY AT THE I N E R MARG OSBORNE 733-13th St. N. Phone 327-2708 Members and Invited Guests Only paramount Stampeders on summer tour Back west where they had their beginnings, Stampeders Ronnie King, Kim Berly and Rich Dodson will be in Lethbridge for a performance at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Thursday evening. They play the Sparwood Arena the fol- lowing night before heading east toward Saskatche- wan. The rock group reverses direction in mid-July and moves into British Columbia again and will perform in Trail July 23. Recognized as new James Bond Actor reaches world stardom TNJOYASHOW HOOLCOMFORT BANGKOK (AP) In Thai- land, and Hong Kong, where he has been filming The Man with the Golden Gun, Roger Moore has been recognized and accepted as the new James Bond. Sean Connery, who twice discarded the role as stultifying and boring, should be delighted. Roger Moore certainly is. Until now, Moore has been known primarily as a television actor. Suddenly he finds himself an international film star. "Of course I'm he admits. "There's not a better vehicle in the world for an actor. Why, the producers spend a bloody fortune to make you look good. You've got to be a real schlock to come off badly in a Bond pic- ture." But if 007 is such an actor's dream, then why did Connery turn in his pistol and licence to kill? "Well, Sean had made a mint from the pictures, and he wanted to do different Moore theorized. "As for myself, I've already done different things, so I don't need to prove anything." Moore, firm-muscled from karate lessons to prepare for his second Bond epic, was enjoying a lemonade on the Oriental Hotel veranda, while an unending parade of boats passed by on the Chao Phya River. The actor had been two months in the Orient, and the Eastern charms had begun to Columbo wants to quit show LOS ANGELES (Renter) Television star Peter Palk has announced here he is quitting his role as the raincoatxrlad. bumbling detective Lieut. Col- umbo. Falk. 46. said in a suit filed in Superior Court Friday that he wants court permission to cancel his contract forthwith. dim. Yet he did not grouse, as most actors do on faraway locations. Moore is as unfailingly cheerful as Con- nery is dour. Moore is also unprepossessing about his own achievements. Asked what was the low point in his American career, he replied: "That's hard to say because there were no high points." After bit roles in the post- war theatre and films in his native England, Moore went to the U.S. for television plays and landed a contract with MGM. Alas, he arrived just as big studios were sinking into the Pacific. When James Garner walked out on the Maverick television series, Moore replaced him as a British cousin. Maverick soon died, just like the big studios. Moore also appeared in such forgettable series as The Alas- kans and Ivanhoe. His fortunes began to turn with the English-made Saint series, which played seven paramount 8lh St. 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 i LAST TIMES TONITE RESTRICTED ADULT Frightening tale of demonic possession extremely course language and repulsive sequences may be disturbing to some. THE EXORCIST Starts Tomorrow ___ At and P.M. 8th St. 4th Ave. South. 327 5100 MOVES OVER TO PARAMOUNT CINEMA FOR 2 MORE DAYS! ELLEN BUBYN-MAXVON SYDOW-LEEJ.COBB KITTY WINN -JACKMacGOWRAN JASON ROGER MOORE years in 30 countries. He also did The Persuaders with Tony Curtis. The first Moore-Bond, Live and Let Die, has grossed million so far. He is signed for one more, probably Moonraker. UCT1ON nLOCK MASTERCHARGE CHARGEX 2508-2nd Ave. North See tonight's Classified Section for a more complete listing. "MORE ACTION BY AUCTION" License No. 077855 Phone 327-1222 WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TODAY WE KILL TOMORROW WE DIE! COLOR erring MONTGOMERY FORD I SECOND FEATURE UMC Pictures _ a division 01 UNIVERSAL MARION Core .___-. GEORGE HILTON ERNEST BORGNINE Ends Tonite: "CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD" and "VELVET HOUSE" In Color Gates open p.m. One complete show 10 p.m. paramount paramount cinema LAST TIMES TONITE IT'S GREAT FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT I run a very simple business. Do you know who I am? SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "ELECTRA GLIDE IN BLUE" Tuesday. Wednesday. June 25, 26. Tuesday show at p.m. Aduil NoJ Suitable For Children, FORT Theatre "CARRY ON 'ROUND THE BEND" Tuesday. June 25 show a? p.m. AduH. PINCHER Theatre "THE HAMMER OF GOD" in color Tuesday, June 25 show al p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Theatre "SACRED KNIVES OF VENGENCE" in color. Starring Wang Pin. Tuesday June 25 show at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Warning: Violence Might Be Objectionable To Some. where the lilies bloom Shoppy college cinema STARTS TOMORROW MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. DOORS OPEN P.M. EVENINGS: FIRST SHOW STARTS AT P.M. P.M. AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT ALL-DISNEY ALL-COMEDY ALL-FUN PROGRAM! WALT DISNEY productions' FAMILY Tte He dazes the girls... amazes theboys... and breaks every record in the world1. GREATEST ATHLETE 1 I ITONIGHT thru THURS. AT and p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A girf with a great following. 6OO troopers on nsr tafl, And the resJ erf the country cheering her on. smmm IXFStSS TEAMED WITH SCHW-BOOH OUCH; It's fractured trees and flying skis. WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS KIDS 75c ANYTIME DEAN NANCY HARRY KEENAN GEORGE JONES OLSON MORGAN -WYNN UNOSEY ;