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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fiii.y, April 24, THE LfTHMIDGt HiUlO 7 RATHER HOT Tlie temperature ol fluid lava ranges from lo de- grets fahrenheit. MAINE IS LEADER Maine produces more bushels of potatoes per acre (ban any other state. HIGHLIGHTS; FRIDAY VARIETY: "Andy 1 Ck. 13: A rerun with guests Ken Berry, Peggy LJptoo and the Temptations. MOVIE: "The T f.m., Ck. A prosUlute helps a renegade priest who is being sougH by Spanish authorities. Stars Ava Gardner and Dirk Bogardc. COMEDY: Ck. 1: A renn with James Garner as a cop, convict and Indian. MOVIE: "The Hell with S Ck. 13: An unsuccessful cargo operator becomes entangled with a black-market ring and its boss' aeductive mistress. Stars Rod Taylor and Claudia Cardinal. MOVIE: "Boni P.M., Ck. 1: A Kenya warden and his wile try !o introduce a pet lion baci into the wilds of the jungle. With Bill Travers and Vir- ginU McKenna. SPECIAL: "They Care tK Ck. 11: An ecology report on two areas of the Florida Everglades National Park which are threatened by man's encroach- ment. MOVIE: ".Massacre at Ck. 13: Only one civilian remains after 'an Army fort massacre by Indians. With Martha May. SATURDAY SPORTS: 2 p.m., Ch. 7: Ptarmigan (grouse) hunting in northern Ontario plus an interview with Charles' Atlas, 77, developer .of a million dollar, body-building industry. SPECIAL: "Expo 4 Ck. l: Special looks at the U.S., Russian and Abu Dhabi (a Persian Gull state) pavilions at Osaka, Japan. SPORTS: "Wide World tX p.m., Ck. 13: The Wilkesboro 250 Stock Car' Race held last Saturday. j-ront p's latent that nukes a su- cjl> program, no matter what cost, and that bring us lo "f great Canadian patt-time: reject in? homegrown perfarm- crli. She TV networks, radio cla- CT1LL THE. arguments rage 0 on about (be Canadian Ra- dio Television Commission's revolutionary proposals to in- crease Canadian content on tel- evision and AM radio. On one side stands the Ca- nadian Association of Broad- casters; on the oilier, Canadian performers. The public, if ono Ujjy we is to judge by submissions to ctyony. the CRTC's hearings Ust week, are in favor of the proposals. But from overwhelming- djncers they ly in favor. There is a feeling aok in droves, among viewers that a non- elected group, such as the CRTC, has no right to tell the public what it must watch or listen to. It's hardly a great argument. Someone has always told us what we will watch. This past season CBC drama went on and on in a specUcular burst of mediocrity. CTV has renewed Diamond LH's for another year, a prospect of minuscule pleas- ure. At least the CRTC is a small body to whom one can address n beef. Not so with the nation- al networks, particularly the CBC. .The CBC makes its own decisions, and not all the tea in Upper Canada can divert that great ship. tions and th3 public have treat- ed Canadian entertainers as if tljjy were rejects from a leper olony. actors, musicians, producers, technicians, singers, djncers they have fled Can- droves. couldn't make enough mj o n'e y here, but, more essen- CJOC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the-Hil: Hour SATURDAY WiyiM Birry Jim Elliott JJnn Weather ilos Jack Thys CBC News Cress Covnlry FRIDAY NIGHT World ll 51. Market Repcrl Pa-jl Tiwjdar Rob Ingram Terry Ltmsden enured Bullelln CHEC News News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY N16HT CHEC FM 10.1 MS StocVs tea Pedsrwn Showcase with "W Back lo the Bible K. 3. Carjiaby News, Spcrls, YV'lhr. Votes of Chlrj SATURDAY Showtime World Tomorrow Ron S'one Catalan Een Pederson Farm Show Nev. The CAB is bitterly .opposed lo the proposals on the grounds that there isn't enough Cana- dian talent available, and thai added Canadian shows wotik make for prohibitive production costs. My personal reaction to these ideas is that Ihcy are so much cabbage. Recent movies have spelta it out for producers: money does not make excellence. Eas; Rider was complelsd for les than receipts current ly total million. Dr. Doolit (Ic, a multi million dolla zoo epic, has lived up lo its name at the box office. The problems with sue shows as Diamond L'il's River Tnn, McQueen, and locally Con jundatum and 'Today, stem from lack of imaginative pro- duction, not lack of money. Coining up new s'hcra is certainly going to dip int Iho till, but not, one suspects as deeply as. the CAB woul have us believe. Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY N16MT Five Nights a Rev. Bill Week Morning Concert Theatre Allrm Clock Atlantic Symphony Acllw Set Sounds Like Europe sound of Brlllb Mwlc Pia Mid- Weather nlghl Sound of Britain SATURDAY Metropolitan Radio Free Friday Eye opener Opera News, Sports Opera Encore Ttrr.po World nd 'apas, Lynn Seymour, ilartine 'an Hamel, Jon Vickers, Rich -Neil MacCalhm, Sandy lacCallum, Lorne Greene, Gi- selle Mackenzie, Peter Kastner, Mcnique Ley- rac, Robert Bcally, Zal Van- esky cJ the defunct Levin' Spoonful, Kerry Chater of Gary Puckett arxi the Union Gap, Buffy Sainte Marie, Len Cariou, William Shatoer, Barbara Parkin, Mimi Michael Sarazzin, Marshall Mc- Luhan, Gocdie Tapp, Oscar Brandt, Marti Shannon, Andy t.m tovic: Tfe Vfflh Heroes F.D... flews Ittnit: IfKltrre at Foil Perdition Today SATURDAY lor Day t-.ii utn iH Clutllms Balman Uncle Bcbby IK n Ic) Ic) Animal World c Movie: Posse From Hell Wrestling Kiddies on Kamera Outdoors Sporls ftct Seal (c) (c) KRTV Great Foils Channel 3 (Cabkysron Ch. FRIDAY K1CHT Ximllir-trlnklty (c) Hilltlllln (c) Wovle: Angtl Ironlide (c) TonlgM SATUHDAY Mon'.ees ot treat Penelope PiWop fans Terccourse c Here Comes the tr4 Mull ley (cl Races Outer Space Flhlslones M'.snla al Pint, Jtrr-ta Tales Bugs Bunny H'oh Chaxrrtl Huntley.Brlnk'ty Green Acres. KFBkVTV Crert Channtf 5 (Cjbkvlticti Ch. 11) SATURDAY Gtliiver Smofcey FRIDAY NISHT Gel Smart Tim Iredy Ninny and Ik; Professor Eddle-i Father ItaGhmt and DebbH Reynold! American' IMItltaui possib'a BancWsnd TV.J Movie: Nitrf Crlllin Gtlf if. Snorts Kagtr Mu4 Flyl'a Hun Let's a Dcil Nens Hot Wheel) Bort Sty Hanks of the Gtl CATY-I T9HIWIT (PRIOAYI Tourist Con- wrtton (Fort Wfsoo-Up) :oo Europe IFIIm) I Ml Is Onltrlo (Film) SOUTHERN! ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Theatre "THE SAVAGE Technicolor. Starring Gordon Eastman, Carl Spore and fiTaria Eastman. Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25. Ffaday shows >t and p.m. Family. Special Saturday matinee at p.nf, "THE FULLER BRUSH Lucille Ball. Family. rndriclfarch 2 Shows oniqht and p.m. MATINEE SAT. p.m. CONTINUOUS COMING NEXT 'TAIIV PAIIV" will> UAILT bAILT BEAU BRIDGES lOLLEGE I NEMA COLLEGE MAU 328-6300 TONIGHT and SAT. WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS Matinee Sot. p.m. Continuous _____ THE SUNDANCE KJO ADULT 2 SHOWS TONIGHT AT 7.-00 AMD P.M. rtSAVISlON'COlOSBYKlUtt "BEN HUR" colon MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "DATtiNG color. 'Starring Lloyd Bridges. Fri- day and Saturday, April 21 nnd K. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cirmmo "DUONA SERA, MRS. Technipolor. Star- ring Ghia Lollobrigida. Frifby, Saturday and Sunday, April 24, 25 and 26. Kridav show at p.m. Sunday show at p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon rnalincc at 2-M p.m. "CYIJORp color. Star- ring Michael Rermic. Fairily. PINCKER CREEK Theotro "THE SAVAGE lechnicolor. Starring Gordon Eastman, Carl Spore and Maria Eastman, Friday and Saturday, April 25-j Friday shows at and p.m. Family. Special SJturday matinee at p.m. Walt Disney's "PETER Technicolor. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE SAVAGE WILD''-In '.rechnicolor. Starring Gordon Eastman, Carl Spore and Eastman. Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 29. Krldiy shows it p.m. Matinee Saturday p.m. Gel tf.tn Owl n lift HM hmlly SATURDAY J SHOWS AT and p.m NOVELTY REEL FEATURETTE CHIISTIAN M1SSIONAIT AlUANCE CHWtCH SATURDAY, APRIL 25th P.M. PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-I I.ERATH-COUTTS HIGHWAl TONIGHT and SATURDAY CAHS OPIN 7 SHOW STARTS P.M. RICHARD HARRIS- JOHN HUSTON PRffiOTM-lfflCHAttPARKS SSBRui- GE08GEC.SCOTT TCBIHE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ...In Thi Stymaf PUJS SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS "TUC PIPir" ONt COMPIETI SHOW ONLY lilt AT r.M. TODAY and SAT. CAPITOL, IETHM1DGE SAT. BOX OFflCE OPENS FIRST SHOW AT 1 P.M. WHERE THE TRAILS END and ADVENTURE BEGINS only the strongest survive! FAMILY GORDON EASTMAN ALSO SHOWING AT THESE SOUTH ALBERTA THEATRES TOWER THEATRE TABER TONIOHT AND' SATUHPAY FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK .TONIOUT AND SATURDAY MAYFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON CAPITOl THEATRE RAYMOND TONIGHT AND SATURDAY REX THEATRE BELLEVUE TONIGHT ANO SATIBDAY EMPRESS THEATRE FORT MACLEOD TONIGHT AND SATUtPAY i REX THEATRE CLARESHOIM TONIOHT AND SATURDAY ;