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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FORCES Avalavfec raik witk kaod- TBtcaaae erupUoe, earth- quattt, and fkttdt at the mut dectructive forces' in nature. MAJOR Etch traisit of a (hip tBroujb ike lake fed Panama Caaal seeds jgattoni of fresh Water into the sea. I JTV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY SPECIAL: "Sail Anmt UK Ck. 11: Five men and a woman sail miles around the globe in a 47-foot ketch. MOVIE: "TV Thirt 7 Ck. A alcoholic, charged with manslaughter, cauaut remember, the past M hours. Stars" George Ptppard and Elizabeth Ashley. LOCAL: "Blaad I Ck. 1: CATV re- telecasts Wednesday's show on drugs in which Terry Bland offers a passible solution U the problem. MOVIE: Ck. raring-car en- thusiast with a 1904 automobile finds bis wife does not share his interest. Stars Kay Kendall and Kenneth More. MOVIE: "Wta'l Minlmf the p-M., Ck. 7: A mint worker's plan to replace Use be lost backfires. Stare Milton Berk and Dorothy Proyine. LOCAL: "Racket Ban I Ck. 3: Cameras almost had to be hung from the ceiling for this first look at racket ban, similar to fandrnll played in the Lethbridge Family Y. MOVIE: "Cry W iJt., Ck. 7: A young nan JOBS a band of organized jungle fighters. With Van Heflin and Rita' Moreno. MOVIE: Was Tkat p.m., Ck. 13: Tony Curtis and Dean Martin star in a comedy about ro- mantfe mix-upe. SATURDAY SPORTS: I Ck. 7: Highlights of Canada's first Arctic Games'and of the Winter Nationals and Commonwedta Swimming trials.: SPORTS: "WaV-WarH B.M., Ck. U: Taped of the.Canadiaa .Junior- International Horse Show, held last jammer. 4-ront Friday, 17, THE UTHMIDCE HEKALD 7 Ailing Caplaiu In Hospital CHOWS rated "family" by 0 the Alberta Uotna Picture Censor Board are films excepted turgid moral- ity plays without the glow or even the smudges of burner found in average television shows. Such is not the case .with Xintuti, a timely xience-ad- vesbse film which won 1968 Academy Award {or beet effects. Currecity at the Paramount porary treatment of the.oid tost. have re-issued Sttkrrbatl. bead-dome of Tie rflBlenct reports be and are composing some original material for the Newi on the Hour WHir., Sports on the Half Hour SATVHDAY jim EIIWI Church BuiitHn FRIDAY NIOHT World it SlM Market Retort Paul Tlvidar ______ ______ Rob Ingram Nem, Soorts, Farm Digest' News, Wwlhtr News, Sports, Wttr Rob Ingram Hen, Sports Thys'Show Tery Lumsden CBC Newi Cross Country if CHKv NEWS ON THE HOUR -.WEATHER ON THE HAIF HOUR FRIDAY NICHT CHEC FJH 1U MB News, Sports Farm News, Stocks Herb Johnson Hews Dinner Showcase Classical :Mtslc Bent Pederson to the tiW Musk Factory wrttl Farm Show Votoa of Cnlna H. I.- Camtiy News, Sports, Vrthr. Tomorrow SATURDAY' 1 :OS Showtime Pjderson: Ron Stone r. Canyan Newi, Wfhr, 5port> Farm Show Newi iB-the-wikb pM. Three astronauts speed five months in a space Laboratory which silently circles tbe earth. They are recalled snort of the seven month objective of the mission because of their creasing inability to master the simplest tasks. But what is supposed to be into an easy re entry turns into a Retro-rockets don't work. The witi fMminkhJng oxygen suppb'es wait helplessly for men on the earth to bring them down. The movie is draggy i" places, but overall it's sus- jenseful from beginning to end. What gives it added snap is portrayal by Gesw Haekmaa (of Bonnie and Clyde) as an astro- naut etackiug up under the strain. He (and oceastonaOy Greg orr Peck as head of space mis- sions) provides the movie wit humanity in place of the jar goo laden, hyper cool of tbe technicians in Houston. One doubts if any movie, the next decade, will match the spectacle and visual beauty of 2001: A Space Odyssey, which won the Academy Award visual effects in 196B. But Marooned is no slouch in its use of color and spacecraf forms. And the movie gives bin of enough cheracteriztion th perhaps we can look forward to a space adventure where the novelty of space and man's pensive toys won't dominate tie people. N'OTES: One man attending Marooned said he asked bis wife to join him, but she wanted to stay home to keep up with Apol- vailaUe again at Mu- Store. Five hundred records Mike ays because of bis personal games of Let seaon Satur- servatjoos and in DM- (iryB. Actually the re-nuninj of tel Ts ve-nKtnber aroup, 4 wiil eumroe the media, with special attenbbe to local radio, tcfevteian and newspaper. The producers arc looting .for DICKMELLS Maybe we can look forward tc some premiere works at thei Q e x t' concert appearance, sixth member, a drummer, ina also be added to the group, Mr Sutherland said Big bbu- rather than dates Caaa- OTTAWA (CP) Paul Four- nier, stricken captain of the Ca- nadian icebreaker Louis St. Laurent, has beei tnaaferred to a hospital in Hattax from one in Greenbnd, a transport said Thursday. Capt. Founier, wb> suffered a bleeding ulcer, was evacuated {rom his shin Monday vWe the helping free the He was [Iowa lirst to a hoejji- al in Greenland and theu to Halifax where he arrived Wednesday mormog. Capt. George S. Burdock re- placed Capt. Fournier in com- mand of the icebreaker. GROWS FAST A culm, or stem, of bamboo springs up at a phenomenal rate; in hot, moist weather some species increase as much be. If anyone has a bed (prate wild also be he -SB LuiQtifciioris io'News, CJLH LetDbridte Also Oon- uodotum this Monday will pro- lie the Big Band, the Cory one of kind in the west.'.. CIV tepping into Canadiaa pro- uetion these days with much usto. The network has an- nounced it wiM produce the w replacement of the Andy filhams1 show, the Barbara iCcNair Show and a new serial, The Harried Youngs. The se three will be bound for U.S. jyn- dicaaca. One can only hope toe results are better than those grim Bonoie And if you're woudering to what ends stabons will go to fill their present quota of Canadiaa con- you nugh think on this. CFCN re runs the morning Calgary Today show about at night. CJLH has taken to re- tefccastiDg the morning Our Town show three tines a week at night. CFCN is broadcasting Canadian Football League Radio FRIDAY NICHT FlW NljMl t Rev. Bill Portman Week' Morning Concert Thetfrt Alarm clock Atlanlk Symphony Action Set Sands Europe Sound'pf Britain Music Past MM- V.07 Weitner :'-nlgrt Sound ot Britain SATURDAY 2 :W Metropol ihn I H Tempo World it SIX Sing It In Music From Mov in Frkiay on Opera' Opera Encore RCA 2WNCH CONSOLE TV SET Iroront JWfKh boncW pkhira control Holiday twitch CONVENIENT TERMS EASRY ARUNOED WITH TRADE TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES COT. 4th Si. t. 32t-232t ID 13's progress Of 24 mo- vies passed to March by. the censer board, only four will be family.: Twelve were restricted adult which means parents will continue to be out of hick when they try to find a family pic- ture for their children te attend. !f producers would make more Eke Marooned, aH theatregoers would be satisfied Remem- ber: Monday is the day all shows in the city will cost SO cents admission, in honor of Fa- mous Players' 60th anraversery The Anne Campbell Singers o BriUii, a recording of mu- sic sung by the local choir dur ing its 1968 British tour, is cruets to PLtrfKn if Letk- bridge and director Dick Mell for nanbing of The Hostage the wesern zone winner in be Dominion Drama 'Festival. Thi Brendan Behan two acter opens the six day DDF May 18, in Winnipeg, and theatre- goers in Lethbridge and district will be rooting all tbe way for the cast of 14. It's been sever years since the area was repre- sented in the national finals Also to be coromended is Crau- brook Ltttle Theatre for win- British Columbia Re- gional Festival with a produc- tion of Harold Pinter's Tbe Birthday Party. It seems a shame that Cranbrook, .which macy view as a suburb centre o southern Alberta, could not rricg the play into tbe Yates tlemorial Centre for a couple of nights. Suggested viewing aext'week'is a series on CFCN- Lethbndge, by Kern Bering deaiuig with five events in Ca- nadian history. The shows will run Sunday to Thursday 'at p.m., and deal with the Regina riot of 1334, the forced exodus of Japanese Canadians in 1942 from the Pacific coast, bootlegging in prohibition days, the 1949 strike at Asbestos (and its separatist implications) and the 1934 death of: bank-robber Red Ryan. Berton's looks at Ca- nadian history are one of the best things on television these Professor Relieved Of Duties EDMONTON CCP) Philo- sophy professor Ted Kemp sak Thursday he has been relieved of Us teaching duties next term at the University of'Alberta. Professor Kemp, who won tenufe permanent appoint' from tbe University o Alberta less than a month ago after a bitter dispute, said he will appeal to university au- thorities. A memorandum' from the acting head of the philosophy faculty relieved him of his teaching duties next term and asked.him to vacate his office by the tad j of summer school. Dr., Arthur Cody, acting de- partment head, was not'avail- able for comment Professor Kemp said: "I don't think tbe taxpayers AJPITOL THEATXE- >iday Search of Oaitavays- Short Last complete atorday Search of Short Snbjects- Lact complete 'ARAMOITNT THEATEE- Friday Short Last complete Saturday Short Last complete 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Anne of the Thousand Days Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Friday Butch Cassidy and the Sun- dance Short .Last complete Saturday Butch Cassidv and the Sun dance Short Last complete GREEN ACRES Friday and Saturday .To Sir, With Guess Who's Coming to One complete of Alberta want or doing nothing." to' pay me a year for DRUMMER WANTED WEU- ESTAIUSHEO MNO 'THE METROS' l! OUHiM DramiMr CONTACT. J. McUUEN 1. SIXK1NG 3274114 Catholic Central Presents THE MERRY WIDOW AN OPERETTA IN 3 ACTS Yates Memorial Centre Sun., April 19th Students' Night 8 p.m. Tkfcih soU wl for StwhtiH, niah) April 21, 22 at p.m. April 23rd at p.m. TICKETS 2.00 EACH On Sak it lifeMr'i Mmfc M., Mmw 327-1172, er CatMk Ortrol, Association of United Ukrainian Canadians CONCERT Sunday, April p.m. RAINBOW HALL 1401 Sth Ave. N. and Womcn't OtoruWt Sfrinf Ordmtra Folk Dancn Plin a. Wtddinf" EVERYONE WELCOME! CJIH-TV ChtanrM) 7 (I Ing rh> Mint? Boy 7 World (O Julia (t) Lauoh-ln Atovrc: Cry of Bill 11 PInnecfilc end cgrlocm Vovk: Wlio's Mind- I ThundnMrdi Ch. 6) Cartoms Underdog Movie: Rl.-rcajt al Apache Wefts Stampede Wrestling HI DXtdH Day c Klahanle Ot Kateldouorl BBC Soccer B'J31 tunny SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CFCK-TV Otmrnl U (CabWvitien Ch. 4} Wna (c) Jot Carte tnd Iht Thlt Wllliartu (c) AAovM: Ctnrvlen F.B.I. News News Today lATUIl :OAr (or World c t-.m-H cluWhnt Batman Klddits on Ktmtra Stlt (c) M KRTV Cnot Fob 3 (Cabbrriwn Ch. PKIOAY NICKT Hvntley-BflrAley (cl Hillbillt-5 (c) Movie: Tin Third Diy IronPdt NtM (c) TonlgM Shew JATUtOAT Mor.kKS coliecje'ol Great rain Tewourse Hera Comet rnt Crump i and MvttKy (cl Wtcky Kaces Btnm Spun......_____.... Fimtsfonn Srwn Aim toton ft Detroit Jambo Tl'ts Bugs Bunny KrW-TV OrMt Mb 5 (OrMtvMwi Ch. 11) FRIDAY NWftT 1ATVKDAY Firm' NtM Hmh: TBA Pro BowMrt Totr BraoV Bunch tMft f Gnat tnd MM. Mulr TPKt Clrl tove, American c Tv.i nn Smokty ,Bttr Cetaoacjji CM HtrtV Burl George of Jungle Gfl TOKtMr Arrerkan Firing Nun CATV-J TOtHCKT Blind Atnroacri (Orugj, PI. 3) DemomTralFon RKketbtll from YMCA CARDSTON Moyfoir Theatre "CHANGE OF HABIT' in techrflcoior, starring Elvis Prea- ley and Mary Tyler Moore. Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 38. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special -Saturday Afternoon' Matinee at p.m. "MISTY" in color. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE CHAIRMAN" in color, starring Gregory Peck and Anne Heywood. Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, Friday show at p.m. Family, PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THOSE WERE THE HAPPY TIMES" in color, starring Julie Andrews. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 17, 18 and 11 Friday show at p.m. Saturday Matinee p.m. Sunday ibow at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY" in technicolor, starring Zero Mostel and Kim Novak. Friday and Saturday; April 17 and 18. Friday shows and p.m. Adult, Special Saturday Mstinee it p.m. "TARZAN AND THE VALLEY OF GOLD" In color, ring Henry Nancy Kovack. Famitr. TABER Tower Theatre "HARD rotor, starriii? Jnmes Coburn and Lee Remlck, Friday, April 17, Snows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN" in color. Family. Out Life rh. Fvmity to Moke up a Party EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! IOTRTAMMENT by TONICOT-HK, HBtS AND MMt SATUtOAY-THI MASS CCNVOtATiON f.m. 1 ti.m. ADMISSION St.OO LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCIS THI POSTPONEMENT Of THS LCTHIWDGC YOUTH ORCHESTRA CONCERT ORIGINAUr KHOWK FRIDAY, AMR inti HAS tKH CANCELLED M THIS cotKorr wu NOW m HRD ON FRIDAY, HIAY 15th at 8.30 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TWKTKMGttSTBOXOffttt Stanley Kramer guess who's coming to dinner ADULT SIDNEY POITIER ass MiiK f tw. va if "TO SIR. WITH LOVE" GATES OftN IMA. SHOW STARTS P.M. TODAY And SAT. ADDED EXTRA WALT DISNEY'S "OLYMHC ELK" KIDS SOc ANYTIME Sal. Bex Office opens p.m. first Show ot 1 p.m. OLLEGE I NEM A 'COLLEGE MALL 318-6300 TONIGHT And SAT. WINNER OF B KI MWX IMU< iwc-nin aaa CoStirring STWIKtR MJWiN _ JEffCKti HftifvmilES rwtMM COLOR BY KllOE MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M.-CONTINUOUS NOW SHOWING ICMKIY" JtlNIN I; IN C0los ALAN AIDA TONIGHT And SAT. AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES! PARAMOUKT IS UP "Tteroooed'is dazzling! Avividexperiencejust Oiimiw' hanger in space I" FirH Show of ;