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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JTV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Qulncannon, Frontier p.m., Ch. 7. Totty Martin as an ex-army officer trying to uncover a missing shipment of guns. CRIME DRAMA: Cade's County, p.m., Ch. 13. A deranged ex-convict thinks he's the outlaw Billy the Kid and that Cade is Sheriff Pat Garrett, the Kid's executioner. VARIETY: Melba Moore Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Nancy Wilson and comic Marvin Braverman spice up the series Snale. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. t. The success story of the Norman Campbell Don Harron musical "Anne of Green Gables" is traced. DOCUMENTARY: Islam, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Coming of the Prophet" is Part 2 of the history of Islam and follows the life of Mohammed. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Charlton Jleston, Muhammad All and Yvette Mimieux are the guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Captain 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Refugees on a tramp steamer cannot land anywhere but a smuggler agrees to take them on his yacht for a handsome fee. MOVIE COMEDY: "Big 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Every- one in Willie's family is a shoplifter except him. A AfO TV HNULU O "stings Programs ure lined by the radio and televiiion simians. Any variation in program Khedufa is due to lost- niinule changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility af the Herald ar Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channou with Contemporary Sports Morley McGLU with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Newteld ctiKllne King WEDNESDAY S Jack Newfeld Buryl Clark Dava King TUESDAY NIGHT World at six John Walker John Charles 1J.30 Ttrry Vogl WEDNESDAY CDC News cioc -A Jim Elliot News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show IfhCS WaynB Barry 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sporls News and Grain Price! Jack Thys John Walker World it Sfx MOM. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster (Boli CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Consle) Don MicMisler Don a.m. Sljn-OIf CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Slide WEDNESDAY Eye Opener TUESDAY MIGHT Men rn a Boat Recorded Music Tuesday Night Tuesday Nnlght _______ Mews; Sporis, Wthr World at 8 From the Capitals Eye Opener F-'lve Wants a weefc Thrs counlry Point Counter- Tlma Signal CLCC CICC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday 1hru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Duant Meyeu News Ntsvs News Doug Gojsen Dave oterg John Malakoff Carol Sears point Nations Rupert'l Land Rock Provincial Affairs Radio Noon l :55 stock Market Take It From Max Ferguson Home Run News World at Six This Summer Take A SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All sizes 9" and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Jeopardy (c) Aflalr What, Lucy Show (c) TUESDAY NIGHT News Adam 12 Hawaii Five 0 (c) Mystery Movla News Tonight Stiow WEDNESDAY World.........._ Salula Agrlcbltura News Today Show Doctors (c) Gam a News Love Ts Many Splendorod Thing World Amateur's to Love (c) My Sons Cc) News NBC Nightly Newi News Crfn Pro Football KFBB-TV Great Falfe Channel 5 (Ctbhvision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Mod Squad Movie: A Very Missing Person Marcus Welby News (c) Arnfe Movie: Around tht WorltJ Under Sea WEDNESDAY Farm News New. Capt. Kingaroo Plan fc) Jack Audrey (c) Galloping Where the Heart News, (c> Search for Tomorrow All My Children (c) NewlywH News Secret Storm One LKB to Xlvt Our Lives General HoipltfM Three on Match Game Sprit Second (c) Bewitched Password Newt Orchestras :orni new association WINNIPEG (CP) The As ociation ol Canadian Orches- was formed here this week. The with a boar< om prised ot 14 memhers from cities across Canada, is to e a spokesman for thi ation's orchestras in dealing 'ith government. A national counterpart of the intario Federation of Sym hony Orchestras, founder early 10 years ago, the associ tion also will be a means o xchanging information. Acting chairman is Ezr; chabas, head of the perform nee department of the Univer sity of Toronto's faculty o music. The board Is to meet ia Oc- ober in Toronto. Volley urges oilier role for Stiffield MEDICINE HAT Democratic Party leader Gran Nolley says the federal govern ment research station at Suf field should be converted into aollution control centre. The station is currently use :or military research, indudin Biological and f chemical wa fare, he told a news confe ence. Mr. Notley said he reco nizcs that many people in sout east Alberta have welcomet such activities as the curre British army training exercise at Suffield because the pr gram is injecting money in the local economy. "Unfortunately, in an are such as southeast Alberta whii has generally been forgotten I years, there is sometimes tendency to seize upon anylhin that mli provide temporary r lief." He said that in the long run turning Suffield into a polluti control centre would crea more jobs dnd yield great long-term economic benefits. I Mantovanl (London, ManlovarJ and London Ree- ds have been going steady r 25 years, and the relation- p appears to be every bit successful today as it was tho beginning. This 25th anniversary alb tun mes complete with booklet viting the folks to "meet only." With ceremony be- ting such an important occa- on, it unveils tho hitherto un- own fact that his given mes are Annunzio Paolo. M maintains the high stand- d of the maestro of whipped earn with selections ranging om Fiddler on the Roof to rennials like Till and Trees, us a smattering of music om the movies. Technical quality of the or- lestra's performance is as mooth and disciplined as iual, the well known irnid coming through sweet and clear. The mixture as before will ease all loyal Mantovani fans ind no doubt make many now aes. JAM1ESON Super Star Sound, Hammond ala, Klaus WunrJerlich and the rchestra of Jerry WUton (Ace f Clubs, stereo SSf 1001) The most polite classification or this album is pure hookum. The stereo effects are elec- ronically corny and badly doc- ired. The arrangements are trite, ac'ring in a constant rhythm nd reminiscent of a 1940 Pop- ye the Sailor cartoon or a lird rate copy of a Bogart movie soundtrack. The record jacket printed in German says Wonderh'ch .he name translates "exceed- ngly out of the ordhr ary) became popular playing i a jazz combo and liquor lunges. One may only ask hat kind of combo and what lass lounge. BENNETT Super Sound, Guitar oncerto, Harald Winkler, (Lon- on Ace of Clubs SSS This album provides interest- ng listening for the guitar en- lusiast, with a selection o! orae of the more recent popu- ar songs. Several Spanish numbers are ntroduced and accent the gui- tar sty lings "of the album. The music is well suited to listening and includes tits such as Let It Be, Sealed fith A Kiss, Long and Winding :oad and Black Magic Woman -JUDE TURIC We all got together and with Tom T. Hall on Mercury abel (SR distributed in Canada by London Records. With the prevailing sounds o country and western popular music interspersed with a ouch of gospel, the record pro- .ddes 33 minutes of real easy listening mv.sic. Backed by vocal accompan- ment from The Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church choir, he songs, including The Mon- key that Became President, ligh Steppin' Proud, Pamela Brown and Me and Jesus are all written by Tom T. Hall or his brother. The highlight of the record, aside from the excellent vocal work by Tom T. Hall, is the ine work by the record pro- ducer Jerry Kennedy in mising the five guitars and six other stringed instruments. The ly- ics are not drowned out by the jistruments. -HIC SW1HAHT 227th victim RAPID CITY, S.D. TAP) Clean-up operations in vta Rapid City have uncovered ti 227th victim of the June 9 Blai Hills flood. The victim w Nella Fern Smith, 61, of H wartha, Kan., who was vac Uonuig in the Black Hills whe. the flood waters struck, autho ties said hero. Close Up, Tom Jones (Parrot