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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPECIAL: Canada A.M., 7 a.m., Ci. 13. The debut of dally potpourri ol news, interviews, features and weather. SPORT: Summer Olympics, a.m., Ch. 7. Closing ceremonies of the 20th Olympic Games from Munich. CRIME DRAMA: "The Anderson 7 Ch. 9. Sean Connery stars In this movie featuring electronic gad- getry and the robbery of a luxury apartment house. CRIME DRAMA: "The 7 p.m., Ch. 11. The debut of a series about rookie policemen. MUSIC: p.m., Ch. 13. Kenny Rogers and the First Edition open their second season with a new pro- gram format. COMEDY: The Partridge Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This is the opening program of the third season for this series. CRIME DRAMA: Camion, p.m., Ch. 7. TV's fat de- tective begins his second season and is out to prove a pal has been framed for murder. COMEDY: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, 9 p.m., Ch, 9. John Wayne as a flop-eared bunny is special guest as this comedy series begins its sixth season. VARIETY: Pig and W.islle, p.m., Ch. 13. Sixth sea- son opener for this popular series features singer Jessie Matthews as the guest. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Perils of 1 p.m. Ch. 13. A spoof of a silent movie melodrama. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! i.re lilted by the radio and television itulloni. Any variolion in program. schedule it due to fail- minute changes by 1KB stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC if Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Ler. Dow John Oliver Dave King Barry Hegland jacx N'ev.feid MONDAY KIGHT prota 1320 World el Six John Walker Request John Charles TUESDAY 6iOO Buryl Clark CHEC-LInt if cjoc i Doug Anderson Show TUESDAY CDC NCVJS Jim Elliott Phone Bill Wayne Barry Kfng Ntrta and s Prices Jack Thyi I Lino John World al Six CHEC FM -k News on the Hour Wlhr. on the Half Hour Don Hedman ster Sign Off Radio 1010 Calgary Thfs Country Radio Noon Slock Marker ir tram Holiday (Part Hi News. Wlhr, Sport Calgary Eye From The Capital! Openei Five Nlflhls A WeeK Ideas Grtxweyard TUESDAY 61 OS Eve World al Eight MONDAY NIGHT Home Run News World at Six As LI Happens Quebec Now OLI CLCC Broadcast! over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Weather Hall Hour John Malakoff Carol Sears News Major News See It It's New at ANGLO MODEL TC126CS SONY PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE-CORDER WITH SEPARATE SPEAKER SYSTEM Take ihis unit tope selector switch for chromium dioxido tape; 3 watf output through both speakers; pause butfonj adjustable monitor sound Independ- ent of recording level; automatic recording level; record but- ton can be pre-set before recording to check sound jource; 3 cfigir tape counter; for line inpuls and outputs; swing balance mechaniim; automon'c shut-off In all models; SSI 6 speaker syitem, AC cord, batferies, one paint stereo microphone F99S, carrying case, earphone, carrying DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and rnotoytaplilc Centel 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Younger Wallace featured singer MONTGOMERY, Ala. George Wallace Jr., son of ie Alabama governor, has igncd a contract lo appear in series of singing engagements with Hank Williams Jr. Wallace will be leatured as a ingcr and guitarist in the show a U.S. tour. He is scheduled o begin appearances this week. Williams is the son of the late "omposer-singer Hank iamst who also was from Ala- >ama. LOS ANGELES (AP) The mother of actress Terry Moore las called off her suit to be named temporary manager of icr daughter's property. Law- yers for Luc! I a B. Koford, 62, !iled the suit, that "hippie .ypes" ,had moved into'Miss rtoore's Beverly Hills home and depended on her for sup- port. The suit said in ewelry was missing an d that n the last 30 days has jeen withdrawn from a bank account the 43-year-old actress maintains with her mother. La wye rs for Mrs. Koford dropped the suit here after 'Lve-day hearing when MMss tf oore a greed to the a ppoint- mcnt of a neutral party to as- sist in managing her property. He complained In the suit hat clips of some of his old Urns and comments about him on the show tended to slur an entire generation of black Americans as inept. Named in the suit were Co- .umbia Broadcasting Systems Inc.; Indiana Broadcasting Corp., WISH-TV and the Xerox Corp. Laing to lead delegation OTTAWA (CP) Veterans Affairs Minister Arthur Laing will lead the official Canadian government delegation to Mos- cow for the last four games of the Canada-USSR hockey series. Health Minister John Munro, responsible for Hockey Canada had been expected to head the Canadian delegation but elec- tion campaign co mmltments have prevented his participa- tion. Mr. Laing has been appointee to the Senate but has not yet been sworn in. He will be host at a formal dinner in Moscow. INDIANAPOLIS f AP) A lawyer for Negro comedian Stcpin Fetch it, who gain ed fame In movies In the 1930s says he will appe al the dismissal of a dam age suit to the U.S. 7th Circuit Court sf Appeals in Chicago. Fetcliit, who lives in Chicago anci whose real name is Lincoln T. Perry, filed suit two years ago over a 19GB television docu mentary film dealing with his career. Didn't trust banks PHILADELPHIA (Reuler) An elderly woman who did no trust banks told police Thurs day she was robbed of her life savings of she had hid den in the basement of he: home. Reba Hurwilz, 73, j widow, said the money was In two canvas bags she haeriod last year. The figures for the two years, iowever, are not fully compar- able because of changes :ome urban area boundaries made after the 1971 census. For information without obligation, phono 3277935 A Personal interview is Requiredl Top Hat Dance Club INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATED MEMBER 1972 Monday, 11, 1972 THE LLiHBRIDGI GERALD Only Canadians eligible for top library jobs EDMONTON (CP) The eily library board approved a resolution making it mandatory hat any new director of librar- es be a Canadian. May Gardner, board chair- man, said it was felt a director should bs hired within Canada and that the personnel depart- ment had received 36 applica- tions for the position, 16 of them from the United States. The position became vacant vhen Morton Coburn, an American, resigned as director with two other top members of the administration following staff unrest at the city's Cen- tennial Library. Miss Gardner said it would be several weeks before a final decision was made on a suc- cessor. The move follows a change in provincial regulations which rule any police chief in cen- tres with or more popu- lation, must be Canadian. Miss Gardner said, however, she did not think the library board's action was "quite aj vital as law enforcement offi- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suile 8-304 5th SI. S. 327-72-14 Lclhbr'do, Cocktail bars in the offing for the aged TORONTO (CP) Cocktail bars may be established in Metropolitan Toronto's eight homes for the aged provided approval is obtained from the Liquor Licence Board of On At present, the only alcoholic beverages allowed are glasses of wine at Christmas and New Year's dinners. There are more' than residents in Metro's eight homes. John Anderson, metro social services commissioner, told resident on a recent tour that e saw no reason why a section of the cafeterias in the homes, or a sitting or television room could not be established as cocktail bar for the resident who enjoys a drink before din- ner or before retiring. He said the bars could be op- erated by staff or volunteers. May speed up pipeline case WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Court of Appeals here has adopted procedures to speed up consideration of the environ- mental lawsuit over the con- troversial Trans-Alaska o i 1 pipeline. Construction of the proposed pipeline was barred for more than two years by a district court injunction requiring the interior department to prepare an environments! impact study before acting on the project. District Judge George L. Hart Jr. decided last month that interior has met all legal requirements and dissolved Ms njunciicn, thus allowing the project to proceed. But environment groups Im- mediately appealed the deci- sion and both sides have indi- cated willingness to take the case to the supreme court. Party Time" Congenial parlies a hosl of frlcndi the time of your life are o a member of our club! Over 100 dub mtmbin act as hosts by fntreducing you lo other members ol our fabulous fun-filled partrei, trips and oulingi Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal 'Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN Club Song SlyMngs By "HUGH SYMONS' onrf "HARRY MUNRO" 44th ANNUAL B.P.O. Fri. and Sot., Sept. 1 Sih and 16th ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE 2nd PRIZE CASH COMMENCING EACH NIGHT AT P.M. Tickets Each AIL PROCEEDS FOR LEIHBRIDGE ELKS CHARITIES Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Easy Rider" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "What Do You Say to a Naked Lsdy" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Prime Cut" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES "Count Yorga, Vampire" "Return of Count Yorga" Cue Complete Show [I GPEEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT COUNT VORGA, 1 SECOND FEATURE i HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND SHOWING TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY COMPLETE FEATURE AT P.M. ONLY In new serf en magnificent picture Of rl DrMDQSELZNICKS iFY'' "GONE WITH THEWIND" "A LYRIC, TRAGIC SONG OF THE ROAD! AN HISTORIC RICHARD SCHICKIL Lift rAN DO COM wll RAY6ERT raOOUCnOKS SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. PETER FONDA' DENNIS HOPPER JACK NIBHOLSON COLOR ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and TUES. 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. Allen Btot His first Candid Caniera feature fllm. UE MARVIN 6ENEHACKMAN Academy Award Winner HlfiFIHhR THEY'RE WHflDBII RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT and TUES, 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE POOL Sept. 11 FRITZ SICK POOL 1IONS POOL HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Public Swim p.m. Wed., Sept. 13 14 Sept. 15 Sal. Sept. 16 Sun., Sept. 17 Men., Sepr. 18 Public Swim X-9 p.m. Public Swim 5-9 Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Public 1-5 p.m. 6-9 p.m. PubFic 1-5 p.m. Fami'y Swin 6-S p.m. CLOSED FOR THE SEASON Public Skating 7-4 p.m. Pubfi< Skaring 2 4 ;