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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TVHIGHLIGHTS1 WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Wclk. 6 p.m., Ch. 7, Lawrence and his musical family reflect the luro of the tropics In music and scenery. COMEDY: Benny Hill, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. British-style comedy with Benny Hill as the host of this seven-week series. MOVIE COMEDY: fi.m., Cli. 13. An English pup singer anil a young girl seek wisdom and trulli Irom the same Indian GOTO whose two wives causa riotous conflict. MUSICAL COMEDY: "Wonder of It 8 p.m., Ch. 7. An extravaganza on the life of artist Emily Carr, created by Norman Campbell ajid Don Harron. POLITICS: Interview. p.m., Ch. 7. Prime Minister Trudeau is questioned on Liberal party policies. 1NTEBVIEW: Merv Grillin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Harry Guardino, Richard Dawson and Susan Tolsky are the guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "I Want To Live." a.m., Ch. 7. A powerful real-life hcixor story of a convicted murderess. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "God Bless The I p.m., Ch. is. A hip works with an ex-addict to combat teen-age drug use. COMEDY: 1'aiil I.ynclc, p.m., Ch. 13. The kids are lighting o'f-shoie drilling by oil company tliat is Paul's client. Wilderness opens 4-day run here Jilted tiy'the radio and telavitlan sloiiom. .thedul. du. fo-Jait- ._. Herald .or Angto Distributor! SlerecQond CHEC Tlr Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports loo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember; Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Leo Dow Grain Prices Farm News is-ci John O'iver :01 lhe Land Heskclh i Dave King a-35 Chac-11no Farm Jack Neufeld Chec Trading Foil CatJIe Prices Paul Tessier for everyone with Bill Skctton, Rad Whill, Bill Matheson Sport Brent Seety and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card Hevjir Wlhr, Sporl News Grain Prices Jack John Walker 1220 WEDNESDAY NIGHT Prots 1220 Wcrld ai Six Jotrn V.'alktr Request Line John Charles Barry He gland THURSDAY Jim Elliot CBC Nevji SVlhr, Spcr) 6i35 Phone Bill Shaw Joan Wateiiield Probe 1270 CHEC FM World At Six News, Wlhr., Sports Hourly MOII. THRU SAT. Brt> Dan Don fViaciViaster Concerts (Boh Don CBR Radio 1050 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Wcrld at Six As II Hoppeni Concern Ey News, Wthr Wcrld In Rcckc THURSDAY Opener Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run BBC From 1he Capitals Eye Opener News Five Nlghis a W.-GK Thfs Country Free Time I Vancouver Cham- Radfo Noon Wcrld a! i ber Orchestra Stcekmarkel As It Hapi See it it's New at ANGLO WEDNESDAY NIGHT Mo l-cls a Deal I CJOC Nc.-.i T Eoirvr- riill pflllcsat Jundion Interview 1U01" rJev.'S tc) CJOC Ncv.'S 1 1 ;J5 Crossfire ant To Llvs JRSDflV rr Wizard if Oz With no formal plot anrf a wo-hour running time, the film American Wilderness, which pens a four-day run al Letti- ridge's College Cinema Thurs- ay, could bo called a feature englh but those wlio aw the preview say it is much riore. In Us sweeping display of re- mote wilderness, it is an ad- renturer's film. In its stalk of ronhy name' including the four did mountain sheep that are American and Canadian hunt- ng's most coveted prizes, It is a sportsman's film. Mostly, lowever, it is a film for every- me. American Wilderness was filmed, edited and scor- ed by Arthur Dubs, an Oregon contractor, sportsman and ajna- .eur photographer, but it is de- cidedly not an amateur produc- :ion. SEVEN-YEAR JOB Dubs spent seven years and travelled more than 32.000 miles gathering footage. By i IG-mm film, later enlarg-j id to 35mm for commercial dis- :ribillion, he kept expenses to a minimum (the film cost 000 to make and has already grossed million) and equip- ment light. He was sble to hike, climb, pack and crawl into areas in- accessible to conventional cam- era crews and there capture on film moments seldom seen. Flis trips ranged from Baja, Calif., to northern Alaska. There are shots of big horned rams butting each other In thunder- ous collision, wild horses in the high desert of eastern Oregon, the lumbering moose, huge flocks of wild geese, cute chip- munks, a hissing rattlesnake, yn ominous Kodiak bear, storms and scenic snow-capped mountains and awesome glac iers. It's colorful, interesting and it's well JOHNNY CASH. Cash shows off pet NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) Johnny Cash I'sd a near-packed theatre audience down Gospel Road in a film combining scripture, music and Cash him- self. The 90-mbiute film was viewed by invited guests and those who came in time to gain admission to the no-charge pre- view showing. Filmed in Israel, the docu- mentary-musical story of Christ is a pet project of the coun music giant, who began the ini- tial work on it six years ago. Cash says he hasn't decided yet what to do with the film. The project took 18 months and cost a minimum of October 25, 197? THE LEi'HBRIDGE HERALD 5 Edie Adams ready for opera career Edie Adams has continued to play dumb-smart blondes, as well as touring with her night- ckilj act, playing summer theatres and selling cigars on television commercials, Now she hopes to add serious sing- ing to her repertoire. raise provided by Cash. Cash doss most of the singing and narrating as the story moves from sunrise to sunset, from Jesus's boy liood to his death. NEW TEM 71MW SONY com- ptrtt, lightweight FM portable. Slide rule dial for easy selection, AFC swilch for ilablu FM recep- tion, telescopic FM antenna, built-in fer- rite bar AM antenna, bond leleetor, large ipeaker lop- mounted coalroli. w 3 "C" size batter- ies, earphone. Objects to funds REGINA fCP) A studenl i fund providing money to wo- men seeking abortions outside :he province has come under criticism a member of the Students Representative Coun- cil at University of Saskatche- wan. Jim Gallagher said Tuesday he objects to the fund on finan- cial grounds although lie per- sonally opposes abortion on de- mand. Money for the fund is laken from ge nera 1 students council funds paid by every student BS part of tuiton fees. The fund contains a maximum of Sl.MQ and has been drawn on twice by women wanting abortions. U.S. network executive dies at 65 By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) What st.vled as a lark mijOil turn into an opera career for Edic Adams, more widely known as a portrayer of sexy dames and seller of cigars. j Earlier this month, the blonde actress completed four performances in the lead role j of Offenbach's Pcrichole in ToitleSS flttllCerS a production by the Seattle Op- f era Company. She astonished audiences and critics alike with her full, rich soprano. Back at her home in the Be- verly Hills, Calif., Miss Adams seemed pleased with the e s- i nericnce.....and with the offers that are teginning to come for appearances uith symnl'ony o> chestras across the U.S. "Are they ready for she mused. "1 know thai I am ready. "But it mipht ton much of a for rsopl? to Pn operatic voice coming out of my face." WAS AN ACCIDENT The Seattle engagement han- pcncel by accident, she. said. Song writer wins TORONTO (CP) Marty Butler of Montreal has been se- lected winner of the first prize in the Hear Canada Sing- ing song writing contest, it was announced here. The contest, sponsored by Canadian Conference of thy Arts and supported by Molson'i Brewery drew morfc than entries from across t h a country. Gallagher said people should not be forced to lend money to someone who will use it to do something they do not approve of. SRC business manager J. K. Jamieson said both interest- free loans were paid back in full. One was for and the other A petition bearing 300 names has been prepared for presen- tation to the next general meet- ing of the SRC. objecting to the fund. The meeting is scheduled for today. MANY MCE A single tree may have 20- miilion plant lice on it. HALLOWEEN DANCE SAT., OCT. 28th 9 P.M. 1 A.M. SCANDINAVIAN HALL MUSIC BY THE "DIAMOND 4" ADMISSION 3.00 PER COUPLE Members and Inviled Guests ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pnoloptapnic 419 5th ST. 5. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEU" Channsl 2 Cablevston WEDNESDAY Resell Out Political Debate CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} Marine Boy Pink Pander Truth or Nancy Miller (c) (tl Drtssup 'J Canadian Echooli FTicnrlly Giant i.'S Chez Hclcnc Jwn Wafer Jield Ed Allan (c) Take 39 Edge of Nirjht Family Courl Drrjp In Lets Make s Deal CFCN-7V lethbtidge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6 W University 6f Air Buckshot (el News Pfwn Fl.ntstcrwi (c> Spec.el PH A u Movie: God Bleu GunsmoVs Canada A.M. Children Voyage-o( rhe Yoga Ul te) The Guru (c) World (c) licws Parlons' Francals (c) Trouble wilh Tracy Anylhfng You Can Griflln Life Style Da Tnm My W for rrow e fl Deal Oami Newt SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE HIRED HAND" In color. Starring Peter Foncia, Warren Gates and Verna Bloom. Wednesday, October 25. Siiow at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SUCH GOOD FRIENDS" In color. Starring Dyan Cannon ami James Coco. Wednesday, October 25. Show at. p.m. Restricted Adull. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BEGUILED" In Technicolor. Starring Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page and Elizabeth Hartman. Wednesday, October 25. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" In color. Alrm flint's full length movie. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. October 2-1 and 27. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adnlf. NEW YORK (CP) Thomas A. McAvily, 65, Canadian-born former vice-president of NBC television and general p-ogram executive from 1963 to his re- tirement Oct. cVed here. A native of Saint John, N.B., McAvity attended Ridley Col- lege in St. Catharines, Ont and McGill University o[ Mon- treal. He worked for two years with the Royal Bank of Canada in Saint John and then took double assignment as advertis- ng manager of Canadian Inde- pendent Oil Ltd., and general manager of radio station CFBO in Saint John. NBC first hired him as a pro- ducer in 1029 for radio and he rose ranidly in the organ ization. He turned to free-lance productions and packaging joined CBS ui 1950 as produc tion supervisor, and then re- turned to NBC in 1951. In 1957 he switched lo a ma jor advertising agency and re- turned to NBC in as gen eral program executive. He helped launch such pro grams as The Boh Hope Show Corliss Archer. The Hard; Family and The Saint. STOUT FELLOW MAIDENHEAD, Englan (CP) Building worker Jack O'Brien refused a tee Continen- tal holiday worth (about because it would mean missing his favorite drink. Jack has ueen drinking 10 pints of stout every day for the last 40 years. As this drink is rare in Europe, he asked the Berkshire firm, which offered him the hol- iday after 25 years service, for the cash instead. for Lmvsii.it Two years a she aopearcd on a television t a Ik show i n Seattle with Glynn Ross, "an amazinp man who runs opera in Seattle and makes it nav off; the company has no deficit." Edie mentioned that she .sang as well as popular songs, toss heard her sinq at a Gay "KJs night at the Holywcxxl Bow] nd signed her up for La Per- cholo. As a youncsler in New York, he liEid studied classical sing- at the Ju'lliard School of and look private icssoas rom such divas as Helen Jep- son, Dusolina Gianinni and ,Iana Kirenko, But a Broad- way role as the sister Eileen in Wonderful Town slartetl her cn- of plavintr "sexy, dumb- smart blondes." Her career almost changed when Wonderful Tovm com- Toser Bernstein heard her soprano. "Crazy Lenny thinks T can do she said. "He wrote Candide for he said. Bnf at the same time I was offered the role of Daisy Mae Iji'l Abner. My mentor, George Abbott, decided it would Iw best for me to take Li1! Abner." CHARLOTTE, N.C. Fifty topless ciancers per- formed night to raise money for a lawsuit against a city ordinance banning such dancing. The ordinance goes into effect Nov. 1. They performed singly and In groups at one of the 14 top- less nightclub in town. A standing room-only crowd of COO paid S3 apiece. The ordinance passed last week will make lopleis enter- tainment in Charlotte a mis- demeanor, punishable by a fine of up to 550 and 30 days in jail. Owners of clubs say they plan to file suit against the ordinance this week. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suile 8-304 51h St. 5. Ph. A TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE A Genuine Femily cture" OPFGON JOURNA Ihli it the belt" DESERET NEWS n film cba >ig game trophy huntin STARTS TOMORROW Motineci Thurs. Fri. :30 Eve. Sot. Sunday Sorry No Fcmei ELKS PUBUC 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. If no Bingo called after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Today's Showtimes PARAJIOUNT Short Subjects "Shaft's Big Score" Last Complete Show Rastricteti Adull PAUAMOU.NT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free'1 Last Complete Shew Adult t'OL'.Kr.E CINEMA Sllort Subjects "Conquest Planet of Apes'' Last Complete Show Adull Farmers harvest billion for their work OTTAWA (CP) Canada's roughly 3GG.OOO farmers bar- vested more than S3.1 billion for their work durinr the first eight months this year, Statis- tics Canada reported Tuesday. Although the total cash receipts "were up 10.4 per cent from an eight-month total last year of about billion, there is no (igure available for pro- duction costs, which generally gobble up about 75 per cent of the total. Tbe estimates include receipts from the sate of all farm products, cash advances to grain farmers from the Ca- nadian wheat board for farm- stored grain and government payments to dairy producers. Weekend Entertainment for EIKS ond INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY OCT. 26 SUNSET 4 FRIDAY OCT. 27 SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS SATURDAY OCT. 28 RAYMOND CANADIANS LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. qnd 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and Invited Guesfs! J Wednesday and Saturday Nights at LEGION VEMY LOUi "The Moonslows" O Members and Invited Guests Calgary Eye er. Arousms good show. Great day in Ihe rnonisng... 'Ms CalQrtrv Lye Opener's on the ?.ir! Bill Kehle; arid Don McDermid get you going ft rich day al 6 witn local arid neUvotk news, special wealher, music, spDdf. a lotal inlor- mstion packacje ririht at yotjr dnqeilips "I he Calgary Eye Opener, radio-style, it's a rousing good show! CBR 1010 o r.clwotfi sfafion in southern AN IDEAL GIFT AT ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS RESTRICTED ADULT rr TONIGHT and THURS. ot ond p.m. fou liked K before, s back with more, A FHSNKOV1CH PROOOCT10W BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE ADULT NOW SHOWING at ond p.m. ADULT COLUGE Last Times Tonight nl nnd p.m. HF NFWFSTAND RtGRFSTYFT' CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES ;