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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 12, 1970 Sinatra Admirers Involved In Tussle HOLLYWOOD (AP) Frank Sinatra's agent says a Las Vegas casino executive, who pulled a gun on the singer dur- ing a dispute over a card game, was roughed up by tiie enter- tainer's admirers. The statement, giving the en- tertainer's version of what hap- pened at Caesars Palace early Simday, was issued by the agent, Jim Mahoney. Mahoney said that in view of the attitude taken by the author- ities, who named the entertainer as the aggressor, "I doubt that Sinatra will ever want to return to Nevada." District Attorney George Franklin told reporters he de- cided not to prosecute Sandford Waterman, the aroused casino executive, because he still had finger marks on his throat when interviewed by deputy sheriffs after the incident. "There seems to bo reasona- ble said Franklin, "for making the assumption that Sinatra was the aggressor all the way." Mahoney said: "Witnesses will bear out the fact that Sinatra never touched the man. They will also attest to the fact that when Waterman pulled out the gun a number of bystanders jumped between Mm and Sinatra and grappled him to the floor. TV HIGHLIGHTS WANTED NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST 1RON- Elc. Truck loads Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Slreet North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards Sfjtf Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo also be played in fhe club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities SATUUDAV SPECIAL: Dick Cavctt, p.m. Cli. 1: One of the U.S. triumvirate late-night hosts talks with former infante terrible of radio and TV, Orson Welles. SPECIAL: Miss America Pageant, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: Fifty women vie for liho 17 title. With Bert Parks. SPOUTS: Football, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: The western division's first-place Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the lowly Ed- monton Eskimos. MOVIE: Tony Home, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Frank Sinatra stars as a tough private eye who tangles with misleading ladies, blackmail and murder. With Jill St. John. VARIETY: Once More With Felix, p.m., Ch. 7: Julie welcomes the Los Paraguayos and an unlikely guest, Robert Mo'rley. MOVIE: The Night of the Hunter, p.m., Ch. 7: An insane preacher plots to kill a widow and steal a hidden cache of money. Stars Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters. MOVIE: On the Waterfront, p.m., Ch. 13: The 1954 acclaimed drama about labor racketeering on the New York docks. Stars Marlon Brando and Eva Marie aint. SUNDAY SPECIAL: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 9: Coverage of the U.S. Open Men's and Women's Singles Championships. SPORTS: Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13: The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the B.C. Lions in Vancouver. SPECIAL: Rowing, p.m., Ch. 7: Kaleidosport covers highlights of the finals in the World Rowing Championships, held in St. Catherines. SPORTS: Golf, p.m., Ch. 9: Final-round action in the World Series of Golf, which pits the big four champions against each other. DOCCMENTAUY: United Nations, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: An Intertel study, Who Speaks for of one man's opinions on the UN's greatness and shortcomings. RECITAL: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Verses by Ogden Nash back up a recital of Saint-Saens' Le Carnival des animaux, by pianists Stephanie Sebastien and Claude Sav- ard. SPECIAL: It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Charlie and his lent mates, including the intre- pid Snoopy, compete against the girls in a disastrous base- ball game. RETURN: Bill Cosby, p.m., Ch. 7: Chet Kincaid (Cosby) returns for a second season, this time with a movie camera and a mania for movie-making. SPECIAL: From Kitty Hawk to Paris, p.m., Ch. 13: A CTV news special chronicling the first 24 years of manned flight. SPECIAL: Expo 70, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Closing ceremonies the World's Fair, from Osaka, Japan. RETURN: Here's Lucy, p.m., Ch. 13: Lucille Ball's third season in her present show guest stars Richard Bur- ton, Elizabeth Taylor and Liz's 69-carat diamond ring DOCUMENTARY: Fabulous Sixties, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Films and stills from 1969, the year Edward Kennedy was involved in scandal Ho Chi Minn died, and Richard Nixon was inaugurated as U.. president. SPECIAL: Danny and Nicky, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A National Film Board documentary about two retarded boys, one being educated in an institution; the other at home. MOVIE: A Cry In the Night, Midnight Ch. 7: A police- man tries to back down his daughter's kidnapper. Stars Edmond O'Brien and Natalie Wood. MONDAY DEBUT: Wild Whirl of Fashion, a.m., Ch, 13: Hair stylist-fashion expert David Anson and model Shirley Hudson host this new series. INTERVIEW: In ConvcrsaJion, 10 a.m., Cli. 13: Last sea- son's local Today show, returns with a now name and in a half-hour format. Joan Waterfield hosts. MOVIE: Cloudburst, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Robert Preston stars In a 1951 English drama about a bereaved husband who sets out to avenge his wife's death. MOVIE: The Trunk, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Phil Carey appears In a mystery about a woman who believes she is a murder- er. DEBUT: Jury Trials, p.m., Ch. 13: A new half-hour series dramatizing courtroom cases focuses today on a man who fights for custody of his grandson. DEBUT: Trouble with Tracy, p.m., Ch. 13: A daily series based on the Easy Aces hit radio show, with Diane Nyland and Steve Weston. TV FirmExpands VANCOUVER (CP) -Bri ish Columbia Television, whic operates CHAN-TV in Vancou ver and CHEK-TV in Victor! Try Before You Buyl UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 Evacuate Building CHICAGO Three floors of the board of Trade building in downtown Chicago were evacuated Friday follow- ing a telephoned bomb threat. Trading in the grain pits on the fourth floor of the building was not interrupted. Police found no bomb, and persons evacuated from the 19th, 20th and 21st floors returned to their offices. fhe MOM AND DADS ...CANADA'S BIGGEST SELLING RECORD SEE, HEAR and DANCE to the happy music of this tremendous group exactly as heard on records and radio IN PERSON DIRECT from SPOKANE SAL SEPT. 19-9 a.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion ADVANCE TICKETS AT DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS, MUSICLAND, BERT AND MAC'S RECORDS AND MARCEL'S ClUB CIGAR STORE Limited Capacity Admission per person Jointly sponsored by Promotions and CJOC-Radio Former Calgary Editor Dies CALGARY (CP) Outdoor miter and former managin editor of the Calgary Herald Allen Bill, 71, died in hospita Thursday. Mr. Bill started in new-spa pers in 1923 with the Winnipeg Tribune where he held the posts of financial editor, city editor and news editor. In 1939 he was appointed war correspondent for Southam Newspaper and followed th: fighting in Europe until 194' when he returned to Canada. He was appointed- managing editor of the Herald the same year and held the position unti his retirement in 1957. Since then he has contributed a week ly column on outdoors activi- ties such as hunting and fish ing. He was born in Windsor N.S., and is survived, by his wife and a son of Prince RUD- erf, B.C. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Sliopjlifting Needs Curb CALGRY (CP) _ Magis- trate L. A. Justason says pris- m terms instead of fines may je the answer to a growing shoplifting problem in the city. A Calgary man was given the customary fine in mag- istrate's court for shoplifting a transistor radio worth but Magistrate Justason lec- tured him on his crime. 'You are part of an epidemic that comes before this court day in and day out. "It's time shoplifters, even on a first offence, should be sent to jail rather than fined it is obvious that fines for shop- lifters are doing nothing to keep others from committing ie same offence." expanded its service to too B.C. interior points today. Company President J. R. Peters announced that final federal government and Cana- dian radio television commis- sion approval was granted to- day in Ottawa. Mr. Peters said: "All cm- plans have been approved and we are happy to launch our broadcasting of alternate Ca- nadian service to Kamloops and Kelowna at noon today. The B.C. television CTV ser- vice will reach Kamloops homes on channel six and will be seen by Kelowna viewers on channel five. Similar ser- vices are planned for Vernon and Penticton "within the next few he said. FIRM OPENS OFFICE PERNIE (HNS) Avco Fi- nance Ltd. has opened a branch office in Fernie. Grant Smith is manager of the new office and says two factors had been in- strumental in the decision of the company to expand into this area, the need of the commu- nity and its economy.' CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Serald Collini ynn Baker-John Tennant Mike Henry We I brock LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION REHEARSALS SYMPHONY CHORUS MONDAY, SEPT. 14th p.m. MUSIC ROOM WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL All members or any interfiled In becoming a member _ please attend. For Information contact MR. WALTER GOERZEN Phone 345-3901 or' MR. LES MARTIN Phone 328-2464 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MONDAY, SEPT. 21st p.m. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL 5th Ave. 5. Interested persons please contact PROF. LUCIEN NEEDHAM Phono 328-7113 or ALEX PALMARCHUK Phone 327-5942 JOINS AID AGENCY OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian International Development Agency Friday announced the appointment of Ronald H. Tip- pet, 60, as director of informa- tion. Mr. Tippet succeeds Nor- man liiddiough who left the job a year ago. Mr. Tippet has worked with the trade depart- ment here for the last six years. START COURSE TORONTO (CP) Senior military officers from Canada and oilier countries this week began a year's training in what war is all about. The course at the Canadian Forces Staff Col- lege prepares officers for senior ranks. Most of the men enrolled in (lie course are in their mid- 30s and have such ranks as major and lieutenant-colonel. LISTINGS f r.jromi by Ih. ndi> ttllviiien tlotionl. Any hi program uheduta n du. to loM. oungM by Ih. italitnt mid It mil thi rf mniibililY Iti. CJOC News 5 minutes lo the hour, Wthr., Sports on the half hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson Action Set All Night .ihow SUNDAY Rob Ingram News Say That o.uu news songs of Faith Christian Science Hour of Decision Voice of Prophecy Sunstilna Sunday MagazfnB Evangel Hour Church Broadcast MONDAY. Jim Elliot Show Paul Tlvtdar News Phone BUI Show Wayne Barry Show Galloping Gourmet Gardening Bulletin Board Holiday Something to Say Capital Report CBC Showcase Funny You Should Probe 1220 News, Sports Jack Thys Show Bulletin Board Probe 1220 vange our Probe 1220 Rob Ingram Sunday supplement Road Report News on the Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Shot CHEC Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Duchess Mennonits Farm Show Dinner Showcase Tata! Information Back to Bible People's Gospel Voice of China LDS Choir World Tomorrow Back to the Music God' Hour CHEC-FM World Tomorrow Music News fifteen minutes Siqn Off to the hour. CHEC-FM OBB News fifteen minutes Community to the hour. Bulletin Beard SUNDAY Call of the Lai noon The Other Major News Side Sporls 'Joon-yrOO p.m. Shawn Weather p.m.- The other Sldr MONDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major News Ma SATURDAY Tom Mitchell SUNDAY one ,CHE? Morning Melodlet Luncheon Mid-Day Report Sunday Caroussel Dinner Showcase The Way I See It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I See It Jenn Pauley Comments Slock Market Report port ajor N ewi SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazlns What's New Metronome Prattey ar Movies The MlsuntJerstan- Ing Anthology Old Time Fiddlers' Contest Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice ot the CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Orchestra Capital Report Your Two Bucks Worth Celebrations Weekend Sound of Gerrus'l Sporls Part 1 Nathan Cohen Summer News Switchboard Sunday and Friends Matini World at Eight Alberta News Commentary Morning Concert Galloping Gourmet National News Weekend Sound Coneybeare arid Company Continental Rhapsody Beethoven 1970 Cdn. Short Storlts John Fisher Casting about wllh Radio Noon Four and Forty Entre Nous Matinee 5 r H Vlntags Personality joj sss no show 3is ysssf oaaa Jis SAVINGS ARE GREAT AT ?ESTWAY'S FALL CLEAR-OUT SALE FEATURING GREAT BUYS LIKE THESE: 4-Brnwer Chest........ 29.95 5-Pce. Kitchen Suite...... 49.95 Electrohome Solid State Stereo 369.00 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4fh Ave. 5th.St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny (c) Gllllgin's Island Dick Cavett Show CFL Reglna at Edmonton (c) Once Mora Wittj Felix (c) News 7 Movie: Night of the Hunter SUNDAY Whiplash Pinnochio Cathedral of Tomorrow Faith for Today la Crossroads U.S. Superiority Italy Movie: Fool Killer Movie: Cry In th Country Catadar Night MONDAY Pinnochio Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) Morning News Friendly Giant International Zone Kaleidosport (c) News Who Speaks for 5.00 Music to See rnenaiy uiai I'SSfff for llw Helena of Dlsne' lc) Our Town Charlie Brcwn Sp. News Bill Cosby Show c Lee Drew Expo Closing Children's Hour Ceremonies (c) Movie: cloudburst Forsyte Saga (c) Take Thirty Marny, Nicky "a5 of Nlnhf M :S5Kews (J> Galloping Gourmei Teleorobfl 7 D'lberville