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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE IS1HBR1DOE HERAK) Thimrfny, September 28, W71------- Canadians exempt U.S. tightens entry regulations NOV. 1 IS DEADLINE FOR PERMIT BOOKS WASHINGTON (AP) Tho United States began Wednesday to require nearly all foreign travellers entering the country to have visas, state department officials said Wednesday. The tightening of entry regu- lations is to meet the increas- ing possibility of terrorist acts in the United States and during the current United Nation General Assembly meeting hi New York, the officials said. The regulations will be in ef- test until Jan. 1. This means, with the ecption of travellers from Can- ada, that anyone entering th? United States even for a tem- porary stay of less than 10 days will need a visa. In the past, travellers from Western Hemi- sphere nations or those staying in the United Stales for le: than 10 days generally did no need visas. RE GIN A (CP) Farmers must mail permit book applica- tions to the Canadian Wheat Board on or before Nov. 1 to be eligible for two-prico wheat payments next year, Otto Lang, minister in charge of the wheat board, said Wednesday. Under the program announc- ed earlier this year, western grain producers received pay- ments for 1972 in April totalling million. Producers in the rest of Canada received abaut 55 million. "Approximately western farmers have not yet applied jfor permit said Mr. I Lang. M anyone misses the dead- line dale, nothing further cau be done for him." He also urged farmers to maintain present levels of live- stock production, despite new high gram prices. "Certaijily thero may well be temptation, for some, with present high grain prices, to once again swing to complete dependence on wdfchesi Here are just a few of. the freshest new watch designs ever to make the scene at MacKenzies. Each is an outstanding value, "styled right for the times and fully backed by our unconditional one-year guarantee. Choose the watch that's right for you... at MacKenzie's! GENT'S Automatic calendar watch. Smart red dial with red strap. J A. MADIES' high bracelet wolch in yellow gold colour. 17 jewels. C. S Automatic Water resistant, shockproof. Styledjn yellow with matching expansion band. 39.95 D LADIES' sportwatch with colourful blue- dial and matching blue strap. jewels. 39.95 E. DAINTY nurse s watch in choice of yellow or white. Full swe.ip hand, 2 jewels. F. GENT'S 17 jewel watch in white or yellow gold colour. Incabloc. 32.50 AFFILIATED WITH MAPPIN'S LIMITED MACS DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELLERS NZIE 1. 1 M THAT'S OUR DAD Heather 9, Jill, 2, and seven-year-old Jennifer, ihow their delight in Toronto after learning their father, Paul Henderson, scored the winning goal to give Canada a 4-3 victory over Russia in Moscow. Female superstars his specialty By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "I'm full of curiosity: And I have an almost mystic respect for other people's talent." That capsulizes the 42-year film career of George Cukor, subject of a new book of inter- views by Gavin Lambert, On Cukor. It provides a rare mo- ment hi the spotlight for the self-effacing director who has devoted his creative life to drawing out the talent v oth- ery. The list of Cukor films is im- pressive: Dinner at Eight, Little Women, David Copper- field, The Women, Philadelphia Story, Camille, Gaslight, A Double Life, Adam's Rib, Born Yesterday, My Fair Lady, etce- tera. His direction helped win Os- cars for James Stewart, Ingrid Gergman, Ronald Colman, Judy Holliday and Rex Havruson. But not until My Fair Lady did TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Once a 6 p.m., Ch. 7. An ex- convict who is trying to go straight in Epite ol a police in- spector. COMEDY: George, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. School goes to the dog! when George makes an appeararce in class with Freddie. COMEDY: Little People, p.m., Ch. 13. Parenthood proves jolting to a rock-musician couple: their baby's hearing is threatened by the music. VARIETY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Steve Lawrence, Tony winner Paul Sand and a BurneU specially a satire. MOVIE COMEDY: "Boeing 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a playboy in Paris who tries to keep his three fiancees, all airline hostesses, from meeting. SPORT: Hockey, 0 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of today's con- cluding match of the series with Russia from Moscow. VARIETY: George Kirty, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Delia Reese !l George's special guest on tonight's show. MOVIE FANTASY: "Spirits of the a.m., Ch. 7. An all-star cast in three tales by Edgar Allan Pee. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Ballad of Andy 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Civilian readjustment problems of a Vietnam war hero even the girl he loved has changed. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In the AZTEC LOUNGE and Piano stylfngs by "ROY HAYNES" in th> CABARET "BOGUS BOOGIE BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY I FRIDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge Cukor win an Oscar [or him self. During much of his caree Cukor has been stuck with reputation as "a woman's d rector." He has pointed 01 that he has directed man "men's pictures" as well. Bu because he has helped guii the careers of a glittering a of female superstars, his comments on them are of spe- cial Interest. Jean Harlow: "A tough girl and yet very feminine, like Mae West. They both wise- crack, but they have something vulnerable, and it makes them attractive. Jean Harlow was very soft about her toughness." Katherine Hepburn: "Kate and I have been friends and collaborators for 40 yeais, and she once remarked, there's nothing she could now say to me that would disturb me, and vice-versa "Once, during Litttle Women, I actually hit Kate. Not hard enough, probably. She- had to run up a flight of stairs carry- ing some ice cream and I told her to he very careful because we didn't have a spare of the dress she was wearing, so she musn't spill that ice cream. "But she did, and ruined the dress, and then she laughed and I hit her and called her an amateur. But, of course, she was Immensely professional." Greta Garbo: "She's ex- tremely sensible and practical. She says what she wants, and it's very fair and based on common sense. She doesn't play tricks. For example, stie always quit at 5 o'clock, which seemed a great extravagance but I knew it took her that time to be able to go home, have her dinner, compose herself, gel some sleep "She never saw anc I asked her why. 'I have some idea, some notion of what I'm she said, 'snd every lime I see It, it (alls so short that It throws me.' Vivien Leigh: "She had this great talent for creating beauty around her; she made equisite gardens, she dvessed ravishing- ly, she had true breeding. And when she invited you to dinner, the food and everything were perfect." CALGARY ..EDrVfONTOW IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-42U 1st BIRTHDAY SALE INTRODUCTORY OFFER ON KING 'ENERY CHICKEN FRIDAY, SEPT. 29th ONLY 10 A.M. -10 P.M. SNACK PAK 59C ontt ahead 10 your order will be ready when you arrive. EAT WITH (TASE CHICKEN PLEASE at the 722 23 St. N. Phone 328-4858 ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program is due to tasl- mtnule changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvim Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Trading Posl Grain Prices S'OO Clark Leo Daw Bob Heskelh Chec-lina THURSDAY NIGHT World fit John V-'alker Request Line John Charles Terry Vogt John Oliver farm News CatHe Prices CJOC Show FRIDAY Jlrn Elliot 6100 CBC tie- Call of ihe I Dave King Jack Neuteld Paul Tessfer Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prices ;-SO Sport Jack Thyi Pfionc Dill Show John Walker CHEC FM News, Wlhr., Sports Hourly MON. THRU SAT. Don McWasler Dob Concle Den Don Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run News World at SIX As It Muilcscope Prairie Chamber Music Canadian Concert Hall Trie Inner Ear FRIDAY Kewsr Wlhr, Sports Eye Opener 10-10 From the Capitals World at Eicjht Five Nlgtifi a Week Opener This Country Radio Noon StockmarKef Take II From Max Ferguson Home- Run News News World at Six See It It's New ANGLO MODEL TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe stereo playback car casselle system. Features instaload system) automatic continuous reverse system ploys cassette over until you push eject button; 12 walls output; fast forward and rewind buttons can be locked; automatic eject at end of tape in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and flhotopiapfitc 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 17-30 Pink Panrher Truth or Consequences Kfara's Kornra Hollywood Stars Ed Allan Show 3: IV) Take 30 Etfge ol NlQht Family Court Drop In Let 5 Make Deal THURSDAY NIGHT the Dead 5-00 Make FRIDAY 7 Farm fAovie: Pinccchia (c) Once a Thief (cl Wizard t! Or Carol Burnett Super Herces 9-00 Hcckey Mr- Oressup News Fricndiy Giant Teleprobe 7 Chez Hclene Klahanle Joan Watcrlield Movie: SplrlH of Luncheon Dale CFCN-TV lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) 11 Nev.-s Style 11-20 In CcTiversatlon Ulww.erv Griffin Shaw Pierre Bertcr, FRIDAY Beat the Cfock 5'SS Thought for Day BucKshot unlvcrslly cf Air Romcer Room Atovle: Ballad of 7'bo Canada A-M. Arxty Crocker fc) o.io (c) 9'Mi Community What's the Good Calendar Any'hing You Faihlcns In Sewing Can -Do (c) Parlcns Frencais Star Trek THURSDAY NIGHT Anything You Can Da S1ar Trek Paul LyrvdB (c) Kmkin Gecrge Litlle People Movie: Bceing, Boeing Kirby Here Come the 70s Trouble with Trecy Dofis Day KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevlslon Ch. 9) Son THURSDAY NIGHT Ne-vs News 12 6: id Sanford and Flip Ironildo CO Dean War fin News Tonight Shov FRIDAY IDliS 6'15 Undemanding Our Concenlrallon As the World Turn! 6-J5 Salule Agriculture News [c] Tcdav Snow (c> The Occfcrs (c) a-CO Tcdsy In McnMna Anoiher World Price Is Right (c> Secret Storm Safe ol Cenlury (c) Hcllywccd Squares Famfly Affair )0'00 Jeopardy (c) Jokers Wild Who, What, Where (jcsvs Game Icj TJews KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. 11) Kev.J THURSDAY rilGHT News (c> Hews Trurft or Newlyv.ed Gams CapTalrt Kangaroo News IO News (c) General Hospital Wed Squad Th3 Men Owen Marsrtall TV-5 News "FM Rourtdtrs FRIDAY Farm Days Of Our LiveJ alloping Gourmet Dinah's Where the Heart Is VJ Hew Search for Tomcrrc-w AH My Children Three on A fAatch Garrc (Cl Second Bcuifche-J 1C) Make a Deal J: 30 ;