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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAiTS YOU HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISIO HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 8 TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. EXPO IN THE ORIENT-Expo 70's inventive amusement area 'Expoland', (shown, above) inspires fun and creative enjoyment for all who participate. CTV, in the continuing special series "Expo In The Orient", highlights this creativity in "Toys And Technology" to be telecast Monday, Aug. 10, 10 p.m., on Channel 13. 'Danny The Red' Of Paris Riots Is interviewed European student activist Daniel Cohn-Bendit talks with Patrick Watson and Gloria Steinem on CTV's interview series Face - To - Face - To-Face. The program will be re-telecast on Our World, Tuesday August 11, 10:30-11:00 p.m. on Channel 13. Cohn-Bendit, better known as Danny the Red (because of his red hair not because he is a communist - he isn't) was a central figure in the 1968 student riots in Paris. At that time he called himself "an anarchist by negation" and he has been barred from France because of his role in the uprising. He has also been barred from the United States and presently lives in his native Germany where he is a student ABOUT HANDICAPPED The movie Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon is based on Marjorie Kellogg's novel about three young handicapped people who leave a hospital determined to make it on then-own without medical or financial assistance. It stars Liza Mhmelli. Expo 70 Showcase For Japan's Boom Japan is rapidly becoming one of the world's major manufacturers of the sophisticated toys that are a 'must' in the average western nation. CTV looks at this phenomenon in Toys And Technology, fourth segment of Expo In The Orient, to be telecast, in color, on Monday August 10, 10:00 to 11:00 p.m. (Ironside will be preempted on this occasion.) Expo '70 is a perfect showcase for Japan's booming industry which, over the past century, has developed at a rate economists have called miraculous. Whole streets of the Expo site are lined with Japanese industrial pavilions and using these as a take-off point, Toys And Technology shows the full gamut of the nation's development and how it works. Film traces the Japanese historic concern with toys, from a 16th century robot, through the various dolls and puppets, to the full range of manufactured electronic and mechanical toys that have made Japan one of the world's leading traders with a Gross National Pro- duct trailing only the U.S. and Britain. The world's fastest train, functioning commercial monorails, rockets, atomic reactors, shipyards capable of turning out giant tankers on a split-second timetable - all are part of the Japanese industrial scene. But the stars of the show are the toys of tomorrow and host Tom Gould guides viewers through exhibits of the products of the future being developed by the huge industrial complexes that rule the country's economy. Included in this segment is a look at an electronic bathtub, a push-button kitchen, robots that perform an incredible variety of tasks, including one that is operated by the human voice, and a plastic living capsule. WRITER SIGNED Producer-director William Wyler has signed Academy Award winner I. A. L. Diamond to write the screen adaption of Forty Carats, the popular stage comedy. Ex-Pro Football Star Signed As 'Julia' Regular Fred Williamson, former pro football star, will be a regular member of the cast of NBC Televisicn Network's "Julia" when the show begins its third season this fall. He will play Julia's (series star Diahann Carroll's) primary romantic interest, Steve Bruce. Williamson played defensive halfback most recently for the Kansas City Chiefs, and formerly was with the Oakland Raiders, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the San Francisco 49ers. Bruce is a widower and law student with a young daughter, Kim. His wife, a Vietnam citizen, was killed in the war. TJteir Japanese Hit At Expo 70 The Irish Rovers, who recently appeared at Expo '70, impressed audiences by singing their big hit, The Unicorn, in Japanese. The Rovers will perform in Lethbridge at the Exhibition Pavilion Aug. 13 at 8:30 p.m. Meet Ti-Cats The Canadian football season opens on CBC television Saturday, August 8 at 5 p.m. on channel 7 when the defending Western Conference champion Saskatchewan Rough riders meet the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Hamilton's Civic Stadium. The battle for supremacy in the CFL promises to be more exciting than ever this season with new players, new coaches and bolstered teams in both conferences. CBC-TV will stay with the action throughout the season, carrying a total of 17 league and play-off games. All the games will be telecast in color and of the total, 12 will be seen across the full CBC network. Three of the games will be seen by fans in the East and two in the West. Commentators for the games originating in the East will be Don Chevrier on play-by-play, and last year's most outstanding player in the CFL, Russ Jackson as play analyst. Host will be Tom McKee. In the West, Don Wittman will call the play-by-play action, with play analyst Frank Rigney, the former Winnipeg Blue Bomber all-star back once again. Host will be Ernie Afaganis. Ottawa Rough Riders took home the Grey Cup last year by beating Saskatchewan on November 30. Runners-up in the Eastern Conference were the Toronto Argonauts who now look like the powerhouse of the league at the beginning of the season. But Hamilton Tiger-Cats are still contenders and Montreal appears to be a vastly improved club with ample new talent. In the West, Eagle Keys' Saskatchewan Roughriders are the early favorites to repeat their conference victory, but new coaches and better bench strength in Winnipeg and Vancouver should make them improved teams. The Calgary Stampcclers still have the nucleus of the club that took them to the Grey Cup in li)CU and Edmonton has been preparing for a winner for four years. TV Sets Cost More With the exception of the small-sized portable TV, all manufacturers' sets will cost more in 1971. It's Canning Time! Shop Hoyt's For Ail Your Supplies Including . . .  2 GALLON SIZE ....... 4.35  3 GALLON SIZE ....... 5.95  5 GALLON SIZE ....... 9.95  10 GALLON SIZE....... 20.95 Ail Finest Qualify Stoneware! Crock Covers Also Available to fit ail sires of Crocks @ CONVENIENT TERMS c Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nights! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd AvenuTSouth-Phone 327-5767 j ;