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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY Sl'OtlT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Montreal Expos meet the Pirates in Pittsburgh. SPORT: CFL All-Star Game, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. An ACT microwave hookup will provide Channel 13 with live color coverage of the All-Star game between Grey Cup champion Stampeders and CFL All-Stars from Calgary. A retelecast of the game will be carried at p.m., Thursday, June 29. MOVIE DRAMA: "Paths ot 9 yi..m., Ch. 7. Kirk Douglas and Ralph Meeker star in this film. DRAMA: 9 p.m.. Ch. JI. More offbeat cases call upon the experience and ingenuity of the para- medics. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. A certain code phrase for Caribbean revolutionaries leads Jason info a maze of intrigue. COMEDY DRAMA: "Copacabana (MIL, Ch. 7. Fun and games in and around Bio's famed luxury hotel at Carnaval. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Director William Friedkin of "The French actress Uta Hiigen, a woman tennis pro and a wine authority are the guests, THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Cast a Long 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man inherits a large piece of land which is occupied by members of a religious cult. MOVIE COMEDY: "Casanova's Big 1 p.m., Ch. M. The exploits of a mild-mannered tailor's apprentice who masquerades as Casanova. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs t.re lilted by the radio ond television nations. Any variation in program schedule is due fo last- changes by the Italians and Is nor the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News Leo Dow John WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Teisfer WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six 6; 15 John Walker Request Line John Charles a.m. Terry Vogt THURSDAY Bury! ClarX A- CJQC THURSDAY Jim Elliot CDC News News, Wlhr, Sporl PI.DUG Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 King News, W1hr, Sport News and Grain Prices 1 :OS Jack Thya John Walker World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don WacMaslcr Concerts Cofiife) Don MacMajrer Don Herman UK) Sign-Oft CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT From the Capitals This Counrry World at Six "i" Five Nightsia Radio Noon JaVe and the Kid 10jM Tak, II from He 7iCO Recorded Music Wrliren In Rock Max Ferguson Concern THURSDAY World at 6 News, Sporls, Wthr World at 8 As It Happens ctcc News Hourly Weather Half Hour Duane Mayers News Malar News Doug Gossetl Dave Oberg John MalatoH 4M Carol Sears This Summer Take A SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All sizes 9" and II" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and flkotoplaphic Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cafolevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY MIGHT TefeprtTbe 7 Truth or Consequences (c Sr30 Teleprobc 7 Expo Baseball Sporls Week North Mission Report Movie: Paths of Glory News (c) Farm end City Mr. Drcssup Friendly Giant Chez Helen? Sesame Street Romper Room McHale'i Navy MOVIE: Cast a Long Shadow Summer Town Edge of Nighf JiOO Family Courl Drop In Trulh or Consequences CFCN-TV leihbrklga Channel 13 (Cablevlslon Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY MIGHT DavFtf Family Affair I Dream of Jeannie Thoughl tor Boaf Ihe ClocK Movie: Casanova's JaLn9Kir4nk Fashions In Sewing Another World (c) Sportsbeat 'J2 Yoga fc) Anylhing NEWS (c) House of Frighten- You Can Do Air Star Highlight stein (cj Balman (c) News Norfh Maple Buckshot Pierre Berlon All 'About Faces FamFly Affair KRTV Greof Falls Channel 3 (Cabfevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Sale of the CeMury Edge of Niqht Hollywood Squares Love American Jeopardy Slyle (c) VJho, Vttere Family Affair (c) Lucy Show News Amateur's Guide lo Love Is a fAany Love Splendored Thing My Three Soni the World Turns News Salute Agricullure mm News NBC Nightly NDM Today m Montana Docfori (c> News Concenlrallon Another Dick Van Dyke (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsfon Ch. IT) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Newlywed Cams News Farm News News News News Secret Slorm News Ctfn Pro Foolball Gov and JJ. Medical News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World Room 272 Parlrldge Family The Super Captain Kangaroo Dinah's Place Jack LaLanne Life Our Lives General Hospilal Sanford and Son e Audrey Triroe on a Match Marfy FeFdman Galloping Gourmer Dstina Gamo Comedy Machine c Where Heart Is Split Second Emergency News Bewirencd corner "''W Movie: An My Children Newi and Jake Left d Deal Newi Russian dance troupe hailed TORONTO fCP) The Bol- shoi Ballet was given a lumul- xvolrnrtm In Toronto 's O'Kecfe Cctilrc last night by a capacity audience of more than persons who didn't want to stop applauding Hie Russian company even alter the linal curtain came down. Ovations, bouquets, cries of "bravo" and "more" greeted the world-famous dance troupe on its opening night of a week- long engagement that was al- most completely sold out more than a week in advance. Almost 10 minules of applause followed the final-act presenta- tion of Carmen, with prima bal- lerina Maya Plisefsfcaya danc- ing the title role. As the audience stood up and shouted for more, Miss Pliset- 3 PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Diary of a Mad Housewife" "Minnie and Moskowilz" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Assault" "Commandos" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "To Commit a Murder" "The Rover" One Complete Show skaya liad to leave an usher lolding one bouquet of flowers because her arms were filled with another enormous iiorai .ribute. In the previous act, similar insistence on the part of the au- dience had brought a repeat performance from L. Vlasova and V. Smirnov, who turned a waltz into an acrobatic display. It brought loud collective gasps from the audience each time the ballerina launched herself sev- eral feet into the air across to her partner, who would spin her over horizontally and catch her in one arm just before she touched the floor. YELL FOR MORE: In the same act, the high leaps and seemingly impossible mid-air twists of Yuri Vladimi- rov also had the audience yell- ing "more" as he came back for five minutes of curtain calls. The frequent and lengthy ap- plause lengthened the evening's performance by a half-hour. For several dozen persons, the entire three hours were spent standing, watching from the rear of the theatre's orches- tra section after their failure to find anyone coming in who had spare tickets. A handful of seats remained unoccupied through- out the evening. In attendance at the first ol three opening nights the com- pany will give in Toronto was Boris P. Miroshm'chenko, Rus- sian ambassador to Canada, who was honored by the orches- tra's playing the Russian na- tional anthem following the Ca- nadian anthem. Also in the audience was Miss Plisetskaya's most loyal fan, Alica Vrbsky, a 38-year-old geol- ogist technician at New York City's Lehman College who bor- CANYON CHURCH CAMP INVITES SENIOR CITIZENS fo participate fn a week of FUN and FELLOWSHIP at the Red Rock Canyon Camp Site Bus leaves Sourhrninster Church at 9 a.m., July 1st For further Information contact MRS. J. UNDERDAHL, 2306 15th Ave. S. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 125T 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. Tf no bingo called after 59 nos., we will for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AHOWEQ1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JUNE FRIDAY.JUNE SATURDAY, JULY CANADIANS" "TONIGHT IS INITIATION and BURNING OF THS MORTGAGE" BT MOUNTAIN r MEADOWS A FAMILY CAMPGROUND Opening June 11 to Sept. 4 9 Milos South West of Beater, Alberla Roads to the campground will be marked with Y signf. HIKING FISHING RIDING NATURE TRAILS SWIMMING CLIMBING Capacity for 20 units or approximately SO persons per day Campground fee: per day hook-up and space Meals ond programs are also available on the site CAMPGROUND IS FULLY SERVICED For information contact the Lethbridgo Family Y 515 9lh Street S. or phone 328-7771, Lethbridge SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SHOTGUN" In color. Starring Tab Hunter. Wednes- day, June 28. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW" In color. Starring Rock Hudson and Angle Dickcnson. Wednesday, June 28. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE GANG TIIAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT' In color. Starring Jerry Orbach and Leigh Taylor Young. Wednesday, June'28. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre Cecil B. DeMille's "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" In color. Starring Heston. Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 28, 29, 30, July 1. and 2, Wednesday one show only at p.m. Family, ows trom her pension to travel wherever tin. Bolshoi and liss Plisetskaya are perform- Jig. "The Bolshoi tor she ays, "is what other people find n drugs or booze. When Maya anccs it is as if I am up on a loud somewhere looking down n a world in which there is nly beauty and purity." Miss Vrbsky lias travelled to Sydney, Australia, Paris, Lon- don and Moscow to attend per. iormances and talk with Miss Pliselskaya, and is following the company along its current Ca- nadian lour wliich already lias Included slops in Ottawa anc Montreal with Vancouver ant Wolfville, N.S., engagements set for next month. Festival of music under way HONOLULU (AP) A capa- ity audience of 400 attended he opening ot a two week festi- val of movies by the National 'ilm Board ot Canada at the Mversity of Hawaii here. The Canadian festival fea- ures 43 shorts and feature ilms, all made by the NFB. Besides short subjects, Ihi following feature length film: will be hown until July 8: Sa( Song of Yellow Skin, Bethunc and Mon Oncle Antoine. Several NFB officials anc J. S. Null, the Canadian consu general in San Francisco, an allending the festival. COLLEGE TONITE and THURS. Firsi Show at 7 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT COMMANDOS 'THE COWBOYS' With JOHN WAYNE Juni 28, 197S THE LETHBRIDOE HERAIO 3 Arts Centre schedule aimouuccil OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Arts Centre announced here its 1972-73 season will hc- gin Oct. ]6 with a Halifax Nep- tune Theatre production. Tlie season, includes four pop- ular regional theatres, a produc- tion by the NAC Theatre and a first visit from the Citadel The- atre of Edmonton. The Neptune Theatre will present Color the Flesh the of Dust, by Newfound- land playwright Michael Cook. The Manitoba Centre Theatre returns Nov. 20 with Anthony Shaffer's Sleuth. Pillar of Sand by Eric Nicol, beginning Feb. 15, will be presented by the Playhouse Theatre Company of Vancouv- er. Toronto's St. Lawrence Centre theatre company will present Eugene O'Neill's A Touch of tho Poet from April 2 to April 14. A production of Hugh Leon- ard's TilU rit'll iCK rcdi'CO MCaCl from May 28 to June 9 will be tho Edmonton group's first presentation in an NAC season. The French theatre series will begin Sept. 25 with Moliere's Avarc. Curfew imposed DACCA, Bangladesh (AD A curfew was imposed today by the government in Dacca's smart residential area of Dhan- m o n d i as a house-to-housa search began for arms and hoarded goods. Police moved inlo the area early Sunday fol- lowing the announcement of tha curfew by Radio Bangladesh. GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. TONIGHT ond THURSDAY Don't lei Itielrilly stiirlloolyou This man can kill ADULT HIT 'THE ROVER' NO. 20 IN COLOR WITH ANTHONY QUINN C1 ADTC 31 Mix I 3 .1 Matinee Daily p.m. Evenings of and p.m. Here it is the latest and greatest Disney feature since 'MARY POPPING its 'SUB STITUTIARY-LOCOMOT10N' Matinee Daily p.m KIDS ANYTIME o you'll fie WALT DISNEY-PRODUCTIONS' m LflNSBURV DRviaTOIIlL NSON II STARTING iiiilifrnTfgrTTTJl 2 DELUXE SHOWS TOMORROW A SUMMER FESTIVAL OF HITS THE FIRST OF AN IMPRESSIVE LINE UP! Mifinelli MichaelYork Helmut RESTRICTED ADULT ;