Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetUbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR: WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE lETHBRiQGE HERAID _ FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. MAY 20 TO MAY 26. 197: iigs The lortfsti :s and difficulties for newsmen covering the war in South Viclnazn today are dra- matically ;tled in this cable to Malcom Johnson. Director, Edit o r i a I Assignments. NBC News, from Jack Reynolds, NBC News, now filling in as bureau chief, NBC News, Saigon: "Commimica'ior.s within Viet- nam are one o[ our most difficiut problems. There is no way Su; .'.on can call our men in the field. They in turn have serious problems calling Saigon. "In Hue the n on rest phone is in a compound ten minutes drive from the hotel. It is not available to 115 until after 6 p.m. there is a 7 p.m. curfew. It takes minimum of one hour to get through to Saigon. During day the only phone is in Phu Bai. This is 45 minute drive and the use of the phone de- pends on the '.v h i m of the ARVN. Again at least an hour to get through. "In Plciku nearest phone is 30 minute drive away. Ditto above problems except Ameri- cans control I'i'.one. Ditto cur- few. "In Dannrg ntir tiger phone knocked out. Seems rocket hit switching center. Hope to have it back ere long. Next closest is at airfield, a long drive. Ditto curfew. "There are no more restau- rants or eating places open in Pleiku. Our quyj arc on C-ra- tions and whnt''v--r else we can resupply with on the charter "In Hue the restaurant at the hotel is the one operative. The menu is rice if you get there early enough. Ditto C- rations and re-supply. "Water in both places is in- stant hepatitis. V-'e shipping up cokes and any oilier liquid wo can get hands on. "That's what it looks like." Reynolds. There are 21 NBC Nov.-s per- sonnel covering war cor- respondent camera reporting teams. CANADIAN UOLF. Rob Iscove, a -1 year old Toronto will choreo- graph the movie version of Jesus Christ S'.ir.mr-tar being made by Norman Jewison in this summer. trials i Saturday KEYNOTE SPEAKER Dr. David Suzuki, noted gene- ticist, will be the keynote speaker at the annual meeting of t-he Genetics Association of Canada in Lefhbridge June 21-23. CBC-TV's Telescope scries is repeating (Tuesday, May 23 at p.m.) its visit earlier this year with one of Canada's lead- ing young scientists, David Su- zuki. As a geneticist, he is well- known in the scientific commu- nity for his research with the Night Gallery scries on CBC this summer Rod Sorting's Nisht Gallery a series of strange tales comes to CBC-TV this summer in the p.m. time slot on Thursdays. (Acti-nlly the series debuts in the last week of spring, on Thursday, June The series, like Sorting's Twilight Zone, will deal with stories concerning man's psyche and a touch of the oc- cult. The program will offer at times up to four stories in some segments. The lime devoted to each mini drama is the exact time necessary In unfoTd the in- herent material hi that storv. The final match in the World Championship Tennis final to. be played on May 14 in Dallas.. Texas will be seen on CTVs Wide World of Sports Way 20, p.m. to be 'seen on this edition of the program will bo highlights from the time trials for this year's Indianapo- lis 500 auto race to be held on May 27. j The tennis final sees the fi top ranked players in the world meeting in a playofi for the championship. j The line up includes Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall of, Australia; Tom Okker, Nether- lands: Cliff Drysdale from South Africa, along with Arthur, Asho. Marty Riessen, Bob Lutz and Charles Pasarell all of, the United States. The com- bined winnings of this group of tennis players is nearing the mark for this season, j The crowds and excitement for the first day of the India-! napoHs 500 time trials are ri- valed only by the race itself. A quarter of a million poo- pie wili jam the grandstands as the drivers battle for the favor- ite pole positions. Thirty throo of the fastest cars in the world will emerge from the 81 taking part in Uie time trials. These pro race events arc ex- pected to shatlr- all nf the ords estublisV.cd la: t yenr warm up laps hnvo been mr.ue in excels of 100 rn.n.'i. Among the many I'S.VC driv- ers competing for a chance tu win auto only si.omi.- 000 event will bs tiiree tinio Indianapolis winder A. J. Foyi. Peter Revson. Mark Donahue. Lloyd Ruby. Art Pollard and Roger McCluskey. One of the big stories from the time trials will be how the new cars fare. Driving a new car design- ed by Parnelli Jones are Al Unser. Mario Andre Ui and Jc-a Leonard. The Indianapolis 500 Motor Race will be seen over the CTV Television Network on Satur- day, May 27. Preakness and Belmoiit to be seen May 20r June 10 fruit fly which mny profound- ly affect the future for man, As a television pcrsorality, he is equally well known to CBC- TV viewers fov his own series last season. ''Suzuki on Sci- It is interest in': to note that Dr. Suzuki will be a special j visitor to Let lib ridge next month when he is the keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the Genetics Association of Canada. The meeting will be held June at the Univer- sity of Lcthbridgc. David Suzuki is an unlikely- looking scientist; young and col- orful he seems at first impres- sion more of a hippie. was horn in Vancouver, 1JXJG; ob- tained his Bachelor's degree from A mho-ret College. Mass.: Ph.D. from the University of Chicago: was post doctoral Fellow at. the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Colo r- ado; was Research Associate at Oak Ridge Nrtionnl Laboratory, Tennessee: Assistant Professor of Genetics nt fin of Alberta: then joined the Do- partmiv-l of Uni- versity of British Columbia, Riva Ridge, the only horse with a chance of capturing rac- ing's famed triple crown, is already the betting favorite for the next race in that series, The Preakness. As a matter of fact, many think he'll take the third Belmont. Just how will he do? To find out keep your eyes on CBC-TV as both races, like the Ken- lucky Derby, will be brought to viewers live and in color: The Preakness on Saturday. May -0. at p.m.; The Belmont, on Saturday, June 10 also at p.m. The is the richest jewel in the so called triple crown and wil' be run a! the Fimlico Race Course in Balti- m ore. Maryland. the horses come thundering down the track, they'll be running over a mile and three-sixteenths for a purse of 5150.000 added. The Belmont is the final leg in the chase for equestrian im- mortality for three year old thoroughbreds. The race, a mile ard o half long and considered th'? endurance test of the bi g three, has lived up to expecta- tions by proving to be the un- doing of several triple crown aspirants Canadian owned Majestic Prince and Can- onero II 11971 to name two re- cent victims. Tense drama of Luthers tlie church re i- against "He was an insignificant monk and scholar He set out to oppose, alone, the her- itage of the mighty Roman empire, dominating With only the power of his personality, his faith, he split that empire art! changed the lives of millions. His name: Martin Luther." i With those words, Roy Bonisteel aptly sets the stage for the drriri; iic half hour to follow n ivvViing hi.storioal rei-onst rue': of the i nd- dtsiis ihr.l uJiimnloly led to revolt against the Chmvh "establishment" i n Europe, five centuries nco. 1-M a r Liu Luther The Man Who Took The Lid Off" will be presert- ed Monday. May 22 at p.m.. in color on CBC-TV's Man Alive. John the distin- guished Canadian actor, is casi as Luther. LEADING RO1.E Brian Crabb. a Toronto sine and writer, has larded a role in InfligM bci-i filmed in Tliiindr- Eav end Las RECORD OF THE WEEK "AMERICA" Reg. AMER-CA WARMER Br-.OS STORE HOU3S: Open Dally 9 a.m. lo p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.-i to <5 p.m. Centra Village. TcIcpSi.