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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY MOVIE SUSPENSE: p.m., Ch. 7. After a woman lawyer stumbles across the hideout of a young man and his father, falsely accused of murder, their identities become unknown. CHIME DHAMA: Cade's County, p.m., Ch. 1.1. A hotel detective and a congressman seek to pin a beauty queen's murder on a drunken broncobustcr. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. A repeat of the profile of Boris Brott, colorful conductor of three Canadian orchestras. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Mary Tyler Moore, Marcus Wei- by, Carol Burnett, The Persauders. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cii. 13. Alcohol- ism and the dangers of drunken driving are discussed by U.S. Secretary of Transportation John Volpc. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Little 1 p.m., Cii. 7. A pro- moter for the Chicago Exposition engages a pretty dancer who discovers that he is the man ot her dreams. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Country 1 p.m., Ch. n. The story of an alcoholic actor and his wife. Stars Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly. DOCUMENTARY: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. A visit to the Klondike Festival in the old Yukon gold town of Dawson City. CALCAKY KTi Iv.tiili- lishmcnl ol a taxi commission and a rcstridirm on the number of taxi licenses issued were ap- proved here bv Hie city's leg- islation committee. The to im- prove (he indnViry in Cal- gary must I'" approved by city council, which has to de- cide whether to the provincial govcrnmen! for leg- islation recflrd i'> implement some of the proposals. At a two-hour public meeting, LCTHBRICGC HERALD 7 UV.I'LTS v.u'n ions other workers said Iht'V support -il rl; the rmmml is need. Drivers agreedI lhal. hnnMn" the ntimlier ol licenses would Iheiu oiuc lorm of I'.iu-r- Hmre.-: and establish mm- i untied reliirn in their imum insurance requirements mem in vehicles, i! for taxi caljs. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Silting Target" ..ast Complete Khir.v 'ARAMOL'NT C'lXEMA ihorl Subjects 'The Ways of Women" jast Complete COLLKGK CIN'E.M "flic Ten Commandmems" 8: Oil One Complete Sliow 'f-M ACHES WtlVK-IN" "Bunny O'Hare" "Battle Ncrctva" One Complete Show ii-.'id BALLET ON TOUR Members of tho National Ballet Company of Canada leave their plane on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport. It is their first slop on a tour which will lake them across Europe. The principal dancer, Veronica Tennant (front row, light 25, was born in London and1 will be dancing in her native city for tho I first'time when'the company performs at the London Coliseum, May 17. ADULT INFOS OWN WAY HE IS, PERHAPS, THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN WHO EVER LIVED! mm KIT NO 2 To? A Few Be-IIars More" IN COtOR CLINT CASTWOOD ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings ballet company Program ire listed by the radio and televiiion sWtlow.'; Any variation In program schedule ii due lo lait- minute changei by the Italians and Ii not tho rtlpon- (Utility of the Herald or Anglo Dittrihutori Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC linger Channon-wilh Contemporary Spnrlr. Morley McGill with Contemporary New Newlold LONDON Canada's i Prime Minister Heath and the TUESDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegland a.m. Jack TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six 6-35 John Walker John Charles Douri Anderson WEDNESDAY C8C News Jim Elliot WEDNESDAY Buryl Clark CJOC -f, News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sports SMS C 10-00 Leo Do John Ol Dave K News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Line John Walker World at Six if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concerts (Bob Consio) Don Ma Radio 1010 Colgary TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happens News This Country Rup.rt'5 Land Nations Tuesday Night Slide Provincial Affairs News, Sports, Wthr WEDNESDAY Noon From the Capitals Schools Five Nights a Week Eye Opener Max Ferguscn 10-30 Point Counter- World at B Home Run point Eye Opener World at Six ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! SONY TRINITRON OLOR IS The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Stcieo ar.J iPhotoeiapInc Centel 5th bt. 1. Phone 328-6921 Congratulations t eehni- cions and a planeload of 000 worth of scenery arrived last week, preceded by publici- ty director Joe Lewis and ar- U1I tUUH .jue aim ai t'islic director Celia Franca, is making her first professional visit to Britain since kit here for Canada in 19.-.1. dancers see London as the key in establishing the in- recognition they ST. to achieve in Ihe seven-week European tour. SCHOOL who started laying groundwork for the tour as long ago as the summer of 1969, said Sunday London prob- is the world's most impor- (ant centre for ballet criticism, FLOWER major ballet critics of (MAF.CUIS HOTEL) Phone the world are here ai, least a i dozen who are very well respected." YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SEE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR f A C lfl C RADIO AND TV J 4- kV 3 302 13th ST. As well as lop critics, first nipht audience watching j La Sylplmlo and The Mirror Walkers will include such bal- let figures as l.'amc Ninette dc Valois, Marie liainert and Sir c Frederick Abslon. Miss Franca studied under Rambert and danced with Dame Ninette's Sadler's Wells company before heading for Canada, where she I founded the National Ballet in j 1951. The first night will mean a double dose of tension for Miss' Franca, who as well as super- vising the production is danc- ing the role of the witch in La Sylphide. "One leading ballet critic hero already has given the company a gratifying curtain raiser. Clement Crisp of The Financial Times recently spent some, I days watching the company in I Canada and sees it as enter-; to produce artists capable of; ____i sustaining the greatest roles of the traditional repertory is tes- timony enough to the stature of I Miss France's achievem e n wrote Crisp. The company Is presenting nine ballets during its 10-day London lour, including Swan Lake and The Judgment of i Paris. It then e m b arks tour of Stuttgart, Paris, Lausanne RESTRICTED ADULT 1 is kin target... for revenge Last Times Tonight AT AND P.M. rCMtGHT thru THURS c.l and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT TONfFE and WED. !UayS WAYS OF their many ways of love...iaughter...lust... AT nnd P.M.__________ CARDSTON Mayfdir Theafre "ACT OF THE HEART" In Technicolor. Starring Oencvieve Bujold and Donald Sutherland. Tuesday and V.'edncsday, May IB and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHES CREEK-Fcx Theatre 'TAT LOW" In Metro Color. Tuesday, May Ifi. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre In Color. Starring Bun Lancaster and Lee .1. Tuesday. May in. Shows at. and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. 59 per cent i support Nixon NEW YORK (API A Har- ris poll says that per cent of the American people supported president Nixon's decision to mine North Vietnam's harbors. The survey by pollster Louis Harris found iliat 24 per cent disapproved of the decision and i 17 per cent, were not sure. The findings were based on interviews of the national; cross-section of persons in j their homes. Harris said. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Conce- Teleprobe 7 wrestline) VVEDNESDftY Deal Farm and City Today Romper Room kK're Mr. Dressup Western Schools Friendly Gianl 10M5 Chez Helenc Sesamo Street CFCN-TV lelhbridge Chnnnel 13 (Cablevision Ch, TUESDAY NKiHT D.iy 12.00 David lcro-l WEDNESDAY Thought fnt fi: W UnivrrsHy of Cnunli Program HI Lights 3.30 What'j Uir- Fflshions m Sewing Word Parlons Frnncais c Anyilili-n You Yoga (c) Do In" Conversion flatnirin All Ahout Paces! I North Maple Family Alf.ur KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT 5.30 News Adam 12 WEDNESDAY IS Our World Sdllltr? Aqrii'lllturo inw (c) News (c.) Mnntnna Tho Doclors (r.) Conccnlration Another V.1.. r Sale of the Century Niqhr 9'30 Hollywood Squares 1 ove Anieritnn Jeopardy (c) Style Id Who, Whal, Whero Family Atlair Game I uiy Show 10.55 NOVJS Amatrur'r, GuiJ. t-ove l< n Many mint World Turns Mv Hirer: ('..i .1 30 New-, NIK Niahlly tl-.-.; News Carol Burnett KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News Game ft'OO News (cl Capt. Kangaroo News Mod Sqmd Dinah's Place (c) Secret Storm 2-30 Movie- Iho Deadly Jack LaLanno One Lite lo Live Droam fr) Auo'ey (c) Our Lives 9-00 Marcus Wc-lhy Gallopinq Gourmet General lo'oil Ir) Where the Heart Is Three on a fv'uikl Arnio News (c) n.llinq Came II Search lor Spill Sound suhlorr.lneans Tomorrow J 30 llewilrlml WEDNESDAY All My Children Pa-swerd ft n I ,irm Nrwfc MakB Deal tU News For Your Diii'ma; Pleasure is now OPEN EVSRY SUNDAY from p.m. to 10 p.m. Our Licensed Premises Feature: FINEST STEAKS -fr LOBSTER TAILS pRJAfiE RIB Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. enc ijliappinfl Mall Moyor Mngmlh Drive 327-7123 AD'JLT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Gates Open p.m. Storts p.m. n STARTS IQ'MOi .1! foals Mctrip.ce Tliurs. Fri. Mntincc Sat. Sunday cincl Monc.ay Evenings lit t' PASSirS AND GOLDEN AGE CARPS NOT VAIIO NOfE: SATURDAYS, ;