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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY SPOUTS: Cl'X, I! p.m., Ch. 13: The British Columbia Lions meet the Winnipeg Bluo Bombers in Winnipeg. PUBAFFA1KS: First Tuesday, 7 p.m., Cli. Included are interviews with West Virginia coal miners on the danger and boredom of their jobs, and an item on the Queen Mary, soon to be converted lo a tourist attraction. VARIETY: Happy Days, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Featured are Ray Eberle, Bob and Hay, and a look at the marathon dances of yesteryear. VARIETY: Evcrly Brothers, p.m., Ch. 13: Special guests are the Ike and Tina Turner Revue, plus1 Bobby Sherman. DRAMA: McQueen, 9 p.m., Cli. 7': One of Canada's top actresses, Frances Hyland, portrays a fraudulent travel- agency manageress. DOCUMENTARY: This Land of Ours, p.m., Ch. 7: Torn from the Sea profiles an elderly Newfoundland couple, relocated to the mainland by the government. INTERVIEW: James Earl Jones, p..m., Ch. 13: Patrick Watson and U.S. writer Gloria Steinem interview the articulate star of the Broadway hit, The Great White Hope. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Out of Sight, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Karen Jensen, a regu- lar in Bracken's World, is seen in this 1966 comedy about a beleaguered man who plots rock and roll. MOVIE: Abbott anil Costcllo' Meet Dr. Jckyll and Mr. Hyde, p.m., Cli. 7: A 1953 spoof on the Robert Louis Stevenson thriller about a split personality. With Boris Karloff. V CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News, Sporls Sports Paul Ttvidar Phone Bill Show JacK Ttlys Rob Ingram Wayne Barry Country Music Terry Lumsden Galloping Gourmet Matinee WEDNESDAY Probe 1220 Paul Tivldar Jim Elliot Show Farm CFL Football CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Jean Pauiey Ne1 Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to His Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone Farm Shoi Com i Way I See (t Community Bulletin Board Call ot Hie Land Cattle Prices Veryl Tadd Joan Pauiey Comments Caravan News, Sports, Wthr.' News, Wthr., Sporls The Way I See It Farm News, Slocks Stock Market CHEC-FM MOM. THRU FRL News Fifteen minules to The Hour a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC I-AA Sporl Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side Chuck'Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World a) Six The Happy Time Guest Appearance Operas We Like Tuesday Night....... _... ____ The Green Bicycle World at Eight Case Commentary National News Morning Concert Nights A WeeK Galloping Gourrr Theatre Gerrusi! Glenn Gould Nathan Cohen Music Past Midniqht WEDNESDAY Eye Opener News Sports Rev. Bill Porirnan I.1: 2: 4: News Chronicle :03 Matinee Cdn. Short Stories :55 Andrew Allan :03 High Noon 15 Four for ;03 Entre Nous 55 Personality 03 Afternoon Concert :55 Actuality :00 BBC News 10 Weather SPECIAL PURCHASE SIX TRANSISTOR SALE! RADIOS ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigthsl TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cafalevision Ch. 6) Cartoon Parly Luncheon Dale TUESDAY NIGHT Under Attack HR Pufnsfuff (c) Meet Mullelt The Three Stooges WEDNESDAY Tel Mission Impossible (c) Don Messer (c) Happy Days (c) McQueen (c) Mr.' Dressirp Ed Allen Little People Friendly Grart {c) Chez Helene Meet Mullelt The Bold Ones (c) Double Exposure This Land ot Ours News News (c) Luncheon Date 1 Part 1 Part 2 Movie: Abbott and Costello Meet Jekyll and Hyde Taxe 30 Edge ol Night (c) Galloping brurmet Banana Spirts (c) Quick Draw McGraw (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Cli. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Uncle Bobby Pcpeye (c) News (c) CFL: B.C. at Winnipeg (c) Everley Brothers (c) ._.__ Department S (c) University of Ai Our World (c) Peyton Place News News (cl Edgar Wallace Today University of the Air Romper Room Today (c) Buckshot (c) Movie: Out of Sight (c) Magistrate's Court People In Conflict it For Day c Doctor's Ulary c AS. Alec (c) Uncle Bobby Jennie (c) Debbie Reynolds (c) Julia (c) First Tuesday (c) News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Agriculture Our World KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Today Show c Our Lives c Today In Montana The Doctors c Sale of ihe Century Hollywood Squares Corner Pylo c Jeopardy c Mike Douglas c Who, What, Where Andy Griffith Game Cronklte News c News Lucille Ball Another World Hunticy-BrinKtey e Somerset c News c World Turns c The Vlrplnten (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies (c> Unkleller Love is a Many Woman's -World Splendored Thing Carter's Army (cl Best of Everything General Hospital Marcus Welby M.D. A World Apart c Dark Shadows TV-5 News All My Children That Girl Mcrv Griffin Make a Deal c Galloping Gourmet WEDNESDAY Newlywed Game TV-5 News Mews Dating Game c Where's Huddles Kanruiroo c Secret Storm c Gomer Pvle piaca (c) One to Live Hogan's Heroes (c) Tuesday, August A, 1970 THE LETH8KIDGE HERALD 5 Cable Television Role Pondered TORONTO (CP) When the man behind the CBCs tur- biilcnl public affairs program This Hour Has Seven Days s p c a k s of "confrontation" people concerned with cable TV tend to listen. And that is precisely wliat the Canadian Radio-Television Commission did when it re- cently granted Douglas Lci- lennaa a licence to exploit the cable potentialities of southeastern Scarborough' in Metro Toronto, an area with a potential of subscribers. One member of .the CRTC called Mr. Leiterman's pres- entation of his licence applica- tion "the most exciting" the body has ever heard. Mr. Leiterman announced his intention is to use cable TV as a public forum, not merely to reflect community involvement but to incite it; not to report the news but to explore the controversies be- Yoimg People Sent Home From Berkeley BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Young nomads in t first six months of this year are being sent home after tra elling here from all parts of tt U.S. and Canada in search excitement and free living. At one time, police took a to erant attitude toward the sum mer immigration of long-haire youths and runaways to th University of California city But they began a massiv roundup of youths July 8 afte upsurge in incidents i crime, including one they sai was the raping of a drugged 1 year-old girl by six men in the 20s. In the last three weeks, [east 350 young people hav been sent home. A state law requires that pel sons under IS be under adult su pervision at all times. The juveniles, most of then carrying back packs and sleef tig bags, are held until author jes can notify their parents an lien are put on planes fo lome, with tickets bought wit money from their parents. Of the 350 youths recent! sent home, several were from Canada. This Fellow Wasn't Trying To Be Funny VANCOUVER (CP) A youth charged with shoplifting was asked for his name when he appeared in court here. "Who the youth re- plied. "Yes, Crown Counsel J. L. McCarthy said. "Your name, please." "Who the accused re- peated. "Is that your Judge Jack Anderson said. "Who the youth said. "Who Me is my name." He said ho had lived withl Indians in northern British Columbia for the last 10 years and Who Me was his given name. the judge said. The youth, who said he was about 20 years old, was to enter a plea on the charge later. Klondike Days Per Capita Spending Up EDMONTON (CP) Fewer people attended the 1970 Klon- dike Days Exposition than last year but those who went spent more, officials of the midsum- mer festival said here. A closing-day crowd of 64.400 visited the exposition grounds Saturday bringing the nine-day attendance total to about short of Lhs figure. However1, preliminary esti- mates indicate per capita spending at the grounds was up 10 per cent over the previ- ous year, said Norm Boleychuk, executive assistant and control- ler of Hie exposition. He said the drop in attend- ance was attributed directly to cool, wet weather. hind it; not lo explain to his subscribers what is happening in their community but to take them to where it is hap- pening and show them why. Ilis ambitious undertaking throws into relief the whole question of cable television a n d the expectations the CRTC has for it. GUIDELINES LAID DOWN So far.the commission has merely laid down guidelines recommending that cable op- erators reserve a channel for original programming ori- ented to community involve- ment. It has established no quotas but the guidelines have been enough to set cable TV operators to work trying lo become broadcasters. Oddly enough, the smaller the cable operators are the fewer their problems in this new world of originating pro- grams often are. An example is Jack Milligan's Fergus- Elora Cable TV which has 1.000 subscribers in the two communities northwest of Guelph, Ont. Even before the CRTC guidelines Mr. Milligan used his tiny cable system, five nights a week, as an outlet for local talent ranging from piano teachers and their pup- ils to the Ken Warmington family band. In this case it is the community itself, not the broadcaster, that stages and stars in the programming. Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Woodstock Festival" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "Hello Dolly" Complete Shows COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Darling Lili" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Parent Trap" "Disorderly One Complete Show TOO Copias plus fox 7269 Third Avs. S. Lethbridge At the other end of the spec- are setups such as Ma- clean-Hunter Cable TV Ltd. of Toronto which lias 17 separate systems serving sub- scribers. Its general manager, A. Koss MacGregor, says he be- lieves most big-city viewers buy cable primarily lo get a better picture and with that in mind Maclean-Hunter has spent most of its budget in re- cent years on technical im- provements. Faced with the need to di- vert a large proportion of the expenditure to programs, Ma- clean-Hunter has earmarked for equipment and fa- cilities and now averages 30 hours of.week of original pro- gramming on its main sys- tem'. Taking the CRTC's demand for community involvement at face value, Maclean-Hunter is concentrating on low-budget local-affairs programming. Typically, one feature stars Hazel McCallion, the woman mayor of Streetsville, a To- ronto suburb, who discusses civic affairs on television oace a week. Another group eagerly awaiting a clear definition of the CRTC's intent consists of t h e independent television producers who see cable TV as a new medium with golden opportunities for Canadian- content low-budget shows. The chief worry of the independent producers is whether syndi- cated by their nature must possess more than parochial meet the CRTC's specifica- tions of community involve- ment. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 lethbridge PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBR1DGE PUBUC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Aug. 10th inclusive FRITZ SfCK POOL Wednesday, August NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6th_ NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Aug. Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, Aug; Public Swimming p.m. "Family" Swimming p.m. Monday, Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. LIONS POOL Wednesday, Aug. Public Swimming.............. l-QO- p.m. Thursday, Aug. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Aug. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Aug. Public Swimming 12-00- p.m. Sunday, Aug. Public Swimming 1-00- 9-00 p m Monday, Aug. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL Wednesday, Aug. Public Swimming 11-00 am- 2-00 pm "WATER p.m. Thursday, Aug. Public Swimming Friday, Aug. Public Swimming Saturday, Aug. Public Swimming Sunday, Aug: Public Swimming Monday, Aug. Public Swimming a.m.. a.m.- p.m. a.m.- p.m. 10 a.m.- p.m. p.m. Enjoy Our Luncheon Every Day of the Week BOOK YOUR Christmas Party WITH US NOW! SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. IN OUR LICENSED DINING ROOM ONLY Reservations Not Required! Plenty of Free Parking! MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 KALISPELL, MONTANA 15th ANNUAL PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S 302 13lh SI. N. This Friday csnd Saturday OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 p.m. (Mountain Daylight Time) EVERYONE GOES CRAZY KRAZY COSTUMES KRAZY BARGAINS REGULAR STOCK MERCHANDISE DISPLAYED OUTDOORS ON THE SIDEWALK Special Unusual Bargains Such As- USED DENTURES............. 75ir aa SLIGHTLY USED GALL STONES 5c ea USED CARS AS LOW AS................ (Won'l Run) SLIGHTLY CUT GOLF BALLS.......... 6c ea SEE YOU THIS WEEKEND AT KALISPELL Rodgers Marries Kx-Slcwardess VENICE, Calif. (AP) Singer Jimmie Rodgers was married here to Trudy Ann ardcss he met about a year ago. It was the first marriage for Miss Jiuck, 21, the second Buck, a former airline slew-1 for Kcdgers, SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON AAayfair Theatre "NORTH TO ALASKA" in color, starring John Wayne, Capucinc, Ernie Kuvacs and Fabian. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, August 4 and 5. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GRAND PRIX" in color, starring James Garner and Eva Marie Saint. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 4 and 5. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT In color, starring Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon and Rosemary Forsyth. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 4 and 5. Tues- day show at p.m. Adult. PfNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CHANGE OF MIND" in color, starring Raymond St. Jacques, Susan Oliver and Leslie Nielsen. Tuesday, August 4. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMAT10NS" in technicolor plus "DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK" in technicolor. Tues- day, August 4. Shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movla MOVIE GUIDE -OR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 !0 a.m. to WAIT DISNEY'S "The Parent Trap" In Orderly" HAYLEY MILLS color HAYLEY LEWIS jWEDNESDAY and THURSDAY! WATCH THE LEAD...WHEN THERE IS NO SPLIT OF THE BREAD! M G M presents A SPECTRUM PRODUCTION stalling JIM BROWN DIAHANN CARROLL JULIE Gates at p.m. Show at p.m GENEHACKMAN JACKKLUGMAN WARREN GATES JAMES WHITMORE ERNEST BORGNJNE_____________ HIT "A TIME TO SING" NO. 2 IN COLOR HANK WILLIAMS JR. NOW SHOWING Last complete show at p.m. WE ARE PROUD TO GIVE THIS PICTURE OUR PERSONAL RECOMMENDATION AND URGE YOU TO SEE ITI R. E. SHACKLEFORD, manager ADULT lABiifiKEjSmnDSj ADULT TONIGHT AT 8 p.m. ONLY WEDNESDAY 2 SHOWS MATINEE EVENING 8 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT 18 yrs. and over o wadleigh-maurice, lid. production _.---.-.._ from wjrnerbros. NOW SHOWING PARAMOUNT HURRY ONLY 3 MORE DAYS SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. HELLO, fAMLY JS AT POPUUR PRKfS NOW SHOWING Tonight at p.m. I ;