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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERA1.D Ttiuisdoy, Worth 30, liKCOIUI MMHKR A ifcoiii tourists vis- M011K TllAKFlC Laltese drove hard bargain MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY and SATURDAY ONLY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR [ADIES 830 p.m. to n.m. FuMy licensed Ily UAItOLI) MOUHISON' LONDON (CI'l Tim liny Mediterranean island of Malta has exacled a high price for its continued friend ship williin Hie Western camp. Casting sentiment aside, ft bartered its base for money and largely emerged victorious with tfu1 Maltese hailing ttieir dimin- utive premier, Uom Miutoff, v.ho displayed high diplomatic skill in nine nioutlis of wran- gling with British negotiators. has finally emerged is an agreement whereby Britain continue to nsr- the Maltese base for the next seven vears at 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES S500 JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBER 2nd S500 BONUS JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AILOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MARCH 30-MOONGIOWS FRIDAY, MARCH 3 I-CLUB ClOSED SATURDAY, APRIL 1-CUFFS COMBO a total Western cost of some million a year, about three times what Malta had reccivec previously. Tim fact that virtually all of the extra cost will come from NATO allies other than Britain probably illustrates the suspi- cion and doubts that still lurk in British minds about the value ol Malta as a dependable Mediter- ranean base. 1'rime Minister Heath vir- tually turned his bark on the M i n t o f f demands, almost emptying the bases of British manpower and equipment while Mintoff hinted fit making a deal with tiie Russians and skipped face5 kes the grade n P fell' ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS and CUSTOM FRAMING fine qualily material at low, low pricGl HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 Sr. South Phone 328-1314 3rd tfoor norlh of Greyhound Eos Depot 1 'jl Slore Hours: Mon.r Tues.r Wed. and Sat. 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thurs ond Frf 9 a.m. !o 9 p.m HOLLYWOOD (AP) "My looks? I've always thought of myself as a kind of potato face. then I figure that potato faces need love, too." Gene Hackman was taking a long-range view of his career. An accomplished actor, bis plain face seemed to doom him a life of playing (lie leading man's best pal. That has changed. He won the role of the relentless ccp in The French Connection because 20th Century-Fox didn't want a big-name star and couldn't find an unknown who could handle it. The film turned into a huge success, and Hackman finds himself courted for starring rples in a wide selection of mov- ies. "1 never thought it would hap- Hackman, 41, said at his new home in Woodland Elills, a two-acre estate built by the late director Michael Curtiz. ''I'm now being considered for the things 1 enjoy doing, as op- posed to being supporting actor. 1 thought I would probably go on being a supporting actor until the jobs got scarce and I would have to go into television, "The money began getting ri- diculous, and I dccitled to jump in and grab it wlu'le I could. As a result, I did 10 pictures in the last three years. Ten pictures. There haven't been 10 really good pictures made in the last three years, so obviously not all of mine were good. "The low point, I guess, was Doctors' Wives. But I read the script, so I can't blame anybody but myself. It's a wonder "l wasn't typed as a schlock guy who would take Easter iveekend highivay toll may hit 45 OTTAWA (CP) The death toll on Canada's highways this Easter weekend may reach -J5 or more, the Canada Safety Council said here. For most Cana d i a n s, the weekend will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday and end midn i g h t Sunday. The record high for Easier traffic deaths was set in 1970 when 63 persons were killed, Last year there were 27 deaths, a 10-year low. his style old style It was steam and cinders all ihe way on those big eight-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as big as -the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his styla was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner, for -thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way it still tastes today-honest-to-goodness beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try it at your nextwet-your-whistle-atop. TRADITION YOU CAH TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE over to Libya In what appeared to bo secret negotiations v.'ith the anti-Western regime there. SKK SOVIET THREAT The United Slates and Italy were paricularly concerned about Hie possibility of the Rus- sians being able to strengthen tlieir expanding Mediterranean naval forces a base equiva- lent to an unsinknble aircraft carrier. Whether the Russians were prepared to pay a heavy price for the base is siill a matter of conjecture. It may be that Min- toff used tiie potential Russian deal to extract the highest price possible from the West. Tlie fact that the Russians did not obtain the base may mean they did not consider it worth a high price. In the British view, the stra- tegic value of Malta as a mili- tary base have declined in tiie missile age and it the llrit- sb bad their way, Ihe payment to iMaka not have been increased at all, In any case, a base that is obtained for money, rather than through ideological allegiance, carries with it the question of whether the local authorities will provide much support to tiie military tenants in times of crisis. As one prominent British au- thority put it: What the West lias purchased is not so much an ally as a pledge to deny a specific territory to a potential enemy. It is a negative bargain designed to biuck Russian ex- pansion rather than promote po- sitive Western military strat- egy. I'UKMIGR MINTOFK liailud at hoimL Roman C.tilholic I defect. VATICAN' CITY (HenluO A total of Roman fatholie [irk'sls abandoned tin1 pricst- luttjil between liict ami sta- tistics issued by [be Vatican showed Wednesday. Itcvcaiiiig Ihe first timn Us own official fiimrvs. il said tile (IcfLTtions, at :m average of 2.1M1 a year, were equally divr- ided bi'hveen priests and belonging to religions orders. Most of the defections oc- curred En iv'ortb Ameni-a and where the crisis in Ihe church niul pric.slhoo't has been most notable, tiie figures ve.'iltjd. At the start of 1970, till) church hr.d priests lo care for a tolal of million Catholics, the statistics showed. TV H THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Look Homeunrd, Ch. 7. A sensitive profile of family life in the South with GcralcHne Page and E. G. Marshall heading an excellent cast. PROGRAM REPEATS: Hawaii Five-0, Longstrecl, The Bold Ones. EASTER SPECIAL: Oral Roberts, p.m., Ch. 13. "The a musical cirama starring Harve Presnell and Richard Roberts with special guests stars Jane Powell and Peter Graves. CRIME DRAMA: O'Harn, Treasury Agent, R p.m., Ch. 7. A carnival pitchman could wreck O'llara's undercover drug assignment. COMEDY: Dean Martin, p.m.. Ch. 13. Comedy with Jonathan, Winters, Paul Lyncle, Norm Croshy and Lonnic Schorr. MOVIE DRAMA: "Fail 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A thriller which focuses on the tense hours after the U.S. accidentally launches a nuclear attack on Moscow, DOCUMENTARY: Here Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 1.1. A report on the development of sophisticated electronic meth- ods of spying on private citizens. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The p.m., Cli. 7. A muscleman matches wits and brawn with robots and their vampire leader. JNTEKVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. n. Nina van Fallandt of the bogus Hughes biography and Joe Fraz- ier are among the guests. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "A Story of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The shephered-turned-soldier is marked for death when his victories make him an Israelite hero. MOVIE COMEDY: Angels 1 p.m., Ch. 33. A young nun clashes with a mother superior during a cross-country trek. SPECIAL: "Appointment With C p.m., Ch. 9. The last week in the life of Jesus is dramatized. Filmed on location and John Huston narrates. BIOGRAPHY: Michelangelo, p.m., Ch. 7. This is a film on the life of the great Italian artist. COMEDY: Don Rickles Show, p.m., Cli. 13. Don's watch is missing and he believes one of his daughter's friends took it during a slumber party. SPECIAL: "Helicopter Holy 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A bird's- CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY MIGHT Frleadlv Glanr ll'OO News re) TruIN or 10-45 CMHJ Consequence) fc) 11.00 Sesame Sf Lei's Make a Deal Teleprobe (c) Movie: -S1 David fc] Look .ik-uioward Angel O'Hara (c) Movie: Fall Safe News Teleprobe 7 Our Changing World The Vampires (c] FRIDAY Farm and dry Today Romper Room Mr. Dressup Alberts Schools ser Our Changing Town world cf Movie: Great uaviu itj Catharine (c) Galloping Gourmet Movie: Charlie Ta.kt iu Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Trum or Ccnsequ Chan in We Male's Navy Andy Gnlfilh Spldcrman (c) Dearie Baifey i-onsequences uesrie Lei's fteke a Kimba Teleprobe 7 Michael Angela Elks Lodge Helicopter Holy Land (c) Tommy Hunler All in the Family Lelhbridge '72 Bugs Bunny Marine Soy Salety Rairndup Tumble weeds (c) Willing Children's Cinem? Games CFCN-TV Lethbridga Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY HFGHT Parlonj Francais He3j- Ihe One About BuckJhOf Yrnfl ihn THURSDAY BuckJhof Lucy Show Dick Varj Dyke News Hawaii Oral Rober In Conversation All About Faces Ed Allen Pierre Barren oral Kooeru Bewitched Easter Special (c) Bnaf ths Clock (c) Of Art Mariin (c) Wnuio. Here Come I'.e Seventies (c) Bold Onei (c) News (c) News Direction; lavld Pros! Do Family Affair Buckshot (c) Lucy Shov: ,u, Dick Van Dyke University of Air (c) cf Dr-ris Day Frlghlensteln (c) Story Thearre Program Hi Llghl5 7-30 Don Rickles tcl Fashions In Sewing Movie: Did FRIDAY Though! for Day KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabfevision Ch. 9) fHURSDAY NIGHT n-tn Ac As Ihe WorlcT lurns Ne'ws (c) In the (cl The Doctors fe) Hfttr Bear Eluncr> Anolher In Ihe Nev.s THURSDAY NIGHT 5: CO News News Dick Van Dyke My Thrte Sons Ironside [e) Dean Mariin (el Flip Wilson (cl TfKOO News (c) Tonight Show FRIDAY Understanding Our World SaTufe Agriculture Today (cj v., Today In rAontans Ccncenfrafion Sale of Century All In 1he Family ?-3Q Hollywcfid Smarts TJighl Galfery 3'00 Jeopardy (c) News (c) Who. What, Tnniohl Shov; (c) SATURDAY News CGF Telecour: Somenef Harlem nee (c) KFBB.TV Graar Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT Lets Make a DeaJ SATURDAY He'Ai (c) Game News News (c) flay Cify Edge of Nlghl Love American Slyle (c) Family Affair fc) Lucy Show (c> Amateur's Guirfe Jo Love tc) Newj News (c) C Crucifixion erk" Btr Owen fAarsI TV-S News tlrOO Movie: en 3 Train FRIDAY Farm News Captain Kangaroo Dinah's Place (c) Jack LaLanne Galloping Gcurmft That GUI Where rhe Htart li 1 News l Search for 1 AIT My ChHdrtn One Lile Days C to LIva Road Runner Dating G.inr.e (c) Split Second rc> Password icj Newi Movie: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (c) Odd Coupfe Love American Style (c) News Persuaders Movie: Arcund rhe World Urvder the Sea (c) the Travelin Secretary? tc) FBI 11 :M Mev.j News Movie: The Long Gray Line ,_, 1 :00 Movie: SATURDAY Angels Go ThDuqhi for Day What's Ihe Good Rocky and Friends (O Underdog Another World 15'30 (c) Anything You Can 11-00 Batman Movie: Three Worlds of Gulliver Spnrls Digest OuldMT Sportsman Wcitling Like Chips (c) World of Sports (c) 6-.OT Pebhles Archie Sabrlns Josie and Pussycals Monkees You Are There Children's Film Fest fc) Or. DoolilUe ft> WoocTy Woodpectwr Panlher Mr. Wizard (ct fc.l Scwby Doo (c) is (O Hee fc> Jenny Link American lliM Al Perry (c.) Roller Garnej Goir Arncrlcaa Advcn- 1ure World of Sports Here Crimes Peter Cottontail (c) eye view of the Holy Land as a helicopter flight tlic sites of the birlli and Crucifixion of Clirisl. iNIOVlK COMKUV: You Hie One (lie Tnivrllinj! S p.m., Ch. lit. Phyllis Oilier as she peddles player paiiuis in tiirn-oMhtMienlmy Knnsas. All In TJie FitiniEy, Kill. PUBLIC AI-TAIHS: Lcthbritlsc '72, p.m., Ch. 7. The assessment division of City Iltill will lie discussed by City Manager Tom Nutting with CUy Assessor Art Larson special guest. MOVIF CO.MEDY: "Gront HiUli Cli. 7. Slapstick and stylish wil mix in this Bernard Shaw farce about Catherine the Great. .MOVIE BIOGIIAPUY: "Tin- Lous Gray 12 mid- night, Ch. 111. L'roni Irolnnd to Point flashbacks of an old sergeant complaimny aljout cnforcctl retirement aftci1 50 years. KATUKDAY SPOUT: SliKlenl 2 p.m., Ch, 7. Highlights of the seventh World University NVintcr Games held at Lake Placid, N.Y. SPOUT: Pro p.m., Cli. Jt. Final prame action in the S125.00U Firestone Tournatncnt of Champions from Akron, Ohio. SPOUT: Trnnis, t p.m., Cli. 7. Final match in (he women's singles competition at Toron'o. Francoise Durr of France and Wimbledon champion Jivonne Goolagong of Australia meet. SPOUT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. World figure skating dance championships from Calgary. Swimming and diving championships from West Point, N.Y. SPECIAL: "Ilrro Comes Peter p.m., Ch. 11. Danny Kaye and Vincent Price lend their voices in this tuneful puppet fantasy about Peter Cottontail. Any' -briuJsiTani dtf. fo last- mtnare chaijijis by and not reipon. tibllBy of.lJi. Herald it Anflli Olitrlbuler. and Plicfoflraptile Centre. CHEC Koger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Mcgland JacV: FRIDAY Buryl Clark Spcrli THURSDAY NIGHT World ft! 6i3Q John Requesl Line John CharlC'S Uaug Ar.dcrscn Shov; FRIDAY Jim Elliot CBC fJcv; Chedine Luo Dav; Jchn Oliver 3: CO Dnve King Ddrry Heglanrj Jack NeAfcId Six SATURDAY Buryl Clark Wev.i News, Spcrfs D.ive King Paul Tessier Phone Bill VVdyne Ba Protc Wth News and Prices John 6.00 3: CO E Request Lino tJews, Winr. Sport John Charles CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOW. THRU SAT. Don Sports Consfe) (Bob Doug Ar.der- t SATURDAY News Wthr, Spcrh Wayne Garry Barry Hecliian Dm C8R Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY HtGMT FRfOAY itiCl Marr.n Run Eiye Allanlic A- VJorW at Flight Solo I, Opcr.f-r Nev-5, Wthr As It Happcni World a1 9 Tha Big Hands From Hie rive a Cham Music 11 :CO Nev. j ling Cencer! l cf Scene Max Mcr af Six 9'30 Riyt A-, II Happens Ihe The Nev.'S Family From the Capitals W.ct. 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