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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fl THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID tgeidtiy, 12, 1972 HIGHLIG HTS TUESDAY DRAMA: Hawaii p.m., Cli. 13. A jmirity leak is making the elite police unit look foolish nixi the clues all point to an inside man. GAME: Headline llimlers. p.m.. Ch. 13. Panelists try to guess the identity of the mystery guest, a name lliat's made headlines, past and present. COMKDY: .Mary Tyler Moore, S p.m., Ch. 7. This is (he third season for this comedy series and the first pro- gram will feature Ted Baxter, the humorless anchor man. ADVENTURE: Search, S p.m., Ch. 13. This is Hie debut of a new series featuring a space-age sleuth, Hugh O'Brian. VARIETY: Flip Wilson Show, Cli. 7. Jack Jill Al Alp ANuLU Itodto 1 TV Program! by the radio and televliian stations. Any variation In program schedule ti due lait- mlnute changes by the stations and Is net the respon- sibility oWne Herald Anglo Dlstiibulon Stereo and Pnotoorophle. Centre. Benny, Pearl Bailey and the Sesame Street Muppets nro guests on this first program of Flip's Uflrd season. DOCUMENTARY: Their Springtime of Life, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. 'Hie Canadian role in the World War TI assault on North- vest Europe is .MUSIC: Ian Tyson Show, Cli. n. Salome Bey is the special guest as Ian opens his third season. WEDNESDAY MOVIi; COMEDY: "But 1 Don't Want to Get 1 Ch. is. A fares about a man hunted hy predatory females. it CHEC if Koger Cbannon with Contemporary Spoils Morlov McGLU with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neirield TUESDAY NIGHT 6'CO World df 'Jix. John John Charies Terry Vctjt CBC Ncvvi WEDNESDAY Clark Jim Elliof News, Wedi'lSf drul Eporfs 3.35 Phone Bill Sho'. Vn'ayite Barry PiObe 1220 Neon Farm CHEC FM Chccllne Leo Dovi" Show John Oliver Dave King 12.iQ News, Wealh and Sporfa i :CQ News and Prices Jack Thys John World al Si; News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Don MOK. THRU SAT. c, Den Wac.Masfer n Concerts '-w u CBR Radio 1010 Calgajy TUESDAY NIGHT As it Happens Tuesday Night Inlrodvdion Tuesday WEDNESDAY EVL- Opener VJorld al 8 Fye Opener This Country Run Radio Neon Stock Markcf Take It from Hi Holiday 11-00 News, 'Wlhr, Spcrl Time Signal Hoi Ruperl's Land Reck Nallans News Slide Provincial Aflairs World at Six CLCC CtCC Brondcnsls over Cablevisicm Ch. 7 Monday ihru Ffiday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour David Oterq John Malakofr Major Hews Doug Gos52n TONIGHT "CHEMO" AT THE MINERS' MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733 13th ST. N. Western Roundup Borowski switches political camps Man charged in shooting CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) CP Rail siding at Fort Stecle, 22-year-old lower mainland man has been cliarged with riminal negligence causing calh in the fatal shooting of a 'innipcg man Saturday at a Is there a spiritual basis of health? Conic lo this Christian Science Lecture "ARE YOU IIVING IN THE by JOSEPHINE H. CARVER, C.5.B. of Boston, Massachusetts AlAN WATSON SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 6th Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive, Friday, September 15 p.m. WINNIPEG (CP) Joe Bor- owski, a former cabinet min- ister in Manitoba's NDP gov- ernment, said Monday he will support Iho Liberals and oppose the NDP in the Oct. 30 federal election. Speaking at a news confer- ence, Mr. said he did not agree with all Prime Min- ister Trudeau's policies, but considered them a lesser evil to the policies of NDP national leader David Lewis. The former highways min- ister, who resigned his cabinet post last year oil issues of porn- ography and abortion, squelch- ed rumors he intended to run aa a Liberal in a federal riding in Winnipeg. He said his status Independent member for lompson will remain un- anged. TRAFFIC KATALITV MOOSE JAW (CP) 'I...T- Marie O'Byrne, 18, ot oose Jaw, died in hospital sev hours after an early-morn .g traffic accident involving ,'0 vehicles in the downtowi :ea. See It It's New at ANGLO MODEL TC126CS SONY PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE-CORDER WITH SEPARATE SPEAKER SYSTEM Take Ihis unit anywhere. Features: tape selector switch for chromium dioxide lapc; 3 wall output through bofh jpeukers; pause button; adjustable monitor sound independ- ent of recording level; automatic recording level) record but- lon can be pre-set before recording to check sound source; 3 dial! tope counter; jocks for line inpuli ond outputs; swing balance mechanism; automatic shut-off in all models; 5S16 speaker system, AC cord, batteries, one point stereo microphone F995, carrying case, earphone, handy carrying "ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Center 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PER5ONAILY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" The University of Lethbridge Department of Music INTERESTED CHORAL SINGERS ore invited ro apply for membership in THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR (Conductor LUCIEN NEEDHAM) (Accompanist LOUISE CHAPMAN) Weekly Rehearsals: Assumption School Auditorium, 14th Avenue and Street South Tuesdays, p.m. Commencing September 12 Application, with note of experience, to: PROFESSOR NEEDHAM DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBEP.TA (329-2338) CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cahlevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY (JIGHT Sports Our Tov.ti Luncheon News, Sports V.'eaHier Pinccchio {ct Front Page '.00 wizard cf Or Challenge Ic) Super HGTMS Their Spring lime cf 10: W Mr. Oressup Gianl (cl Chez Hclcne Squar Troth or Kl'ara's K Hollywood 3-10 Ed Allan Take 30 Family Courl Birdman Lets Make Deal 44th ANNUAL B.P.O. CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cabtevisron Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Cf, in Cw HKJS Hev.'S. tel Hawaii O Headline Hunlers Search ant) Ten Ian Tysosi Marr.ui Welfcy News Hi50 FJews tS-.erv Griftln Beat the CltcK Buckshot Flintstoncs tr> 1 :M The Penis ol Pauline i fcr Day Universifr cf Air Romper Room Canada A Ycga Fashior.s in Sewing 720 Tracy 3-30 AnyFhlng Ynu Can 10.to Eye Bet Do In Balrnan Pierre Bsrlon Sfar TrtV; KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 [Cablevtsian Ch. 9) TUESDAY MIGHT Tcday Sliow fc) Ic) Today jn The Dccfcrs 'c) I-W Century Another World Squarts Secret Slcrm Jecpardy fc) M'ike Douglas Wnal, Family Affair Game Jckers Hawaii TivC'O Movlfl: Th2 Family Rk 'rcnside Tonighf Our Salule Agricully KFB8-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabtevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY MIGHT News (Cl Olympic Garres Garr (t> j We> Ic) Secrel Stc'm r____ Jack One Life lo Llvi Rising tcl Audrey (c) Days c1 our Movie: The Galloping Gourme! W.arcua Welby News fc) Three a (c) 10JO Search fcr Match te) Dating Game (c) Movie: Children Split Second (c( Fri. and Sat., Sept. 15th and 16th ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE GRAND SClftfin CASH PRIZE QUUU 2nd PRIZE CASK COMMENCING EACH NIGHT AT P.M. Tickets SI.00 Each ALL PROCEEDS FOR LETKBRIDGE EtKS CHARITIES She was a passenger In a ar, driven by Richard Stcw- rl of Moose Jaw. Police search lor death car BONNYVILLE (CP) Fred Gadwa, 46, of nearby Gurncy- ville was killed when struck by a car as he walked on n dis- rlct road. Police are search- ng for the vehicle wlu'ch fail- ed to remain at the scene. U.S. cowboys ommitted for trial CALGARY (CP) Roy 'loyd Duvall, 29, and George Irnie Taylor, 28, both rodeo cowboys from Oklahoma, were committed for trial on charges of wounding with intent. They were arrested after Alberta cowboys were stabbed July 10 in a fight at a Canadian Rodeo Cowboys Association dajice held during the Calgary Stampede, A preliminary hearing toid one of Iho men was stab- bed after he had been beaten unconscious and the oilier man wounded when he attempted to pull away the assailant. No trial date was set. CUFE plans tougher govl. bargaining CALGARY (CP) Govern- ment negotiators can expect tougher bargaining from the Canadian Union of PuWic Em- ployees during future contract talks, the union said Monday. About 175 Alberta CUPE rep- resentatives met during the weekend to decide goals and iriorities in impending collec- Jve bargaining sessions. L. Vf. Hcwspn, president o( the Allrerta division, said be- sides wages one of Ilic key area M'ould be tightening o! contract wording to avoid ar hitration cases over contract interpretation. Another major goal would be a shorter work week, he said in a prepared statement. SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "SUMMER OF '42" In Technicolor. Starring Jciuiifc.- O'Neill, Gary Grimes and Jerry Houser. Tuesday and Wednesday, Ssptember 12 and 13. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children, FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE GODFATHER" In Color. Starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and James Caan. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13. Tuesday one show only at p.m. Restricted adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ" In Color. Tuesday. Sep- tember 12. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "LOVE STORY" In Color. Starring AH MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Tuesday, September 12. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Easy Rider" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "What Do You Say to a Naked Lady" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Prime Cut'' Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Count Yorga, Vampire" "Return of Count Yorga" One Complete Show JOE BOROWSKI supports Liberal near licre. Alan McDonald of Dcroche, B.C., appeared in court charg- ed in the death of William Floury, 43, a CP Rail employee killed by a shotgun blast. Police have not released, de- tails of the shooting. 172 YEARS OLD HALIFAX (CP) Historic St George's AJiglican Church marked its 172nd anniversary this year. Cornerstone of tlio church was laid April 10, 1800, by Sir John Wentworth, a for- m c r lieutenant-governor of Nova Scolia. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. D GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND SHOWING TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY COMPLETE FEATURE AT P.M. ONLY Iii ncwsi'Fcai most inngiiifimii picture ever! DAVID OlSEtZNlCKS 'fa- RESTRICTED ADULT mii'H NOW SHOWING 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. IFF MARVIN iV HHACKMAN Academy Aw'ird Winner RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT find WED. 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. STARTS TOMORROW ot and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN _ swriv, FILMWAY8 presecu A MARTIN RANSOHOFFproducta "FUZZ" BURT REYNOLDS JACKWESTON TOM SKERRITT RAQUEL WELCH Ends Tonight: "EASY RIDER" IN COLOR WITH Peter Fonda MUSIC LESSONS ENROLL NOW ACCORDION GUITAR PIANO DRUMS CHORD ORGAN ORGAN PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. Phone 327-7524 ;