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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 7, 1970 - THE LETHBR.'DGE HERALD - 7 HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE: Tarzan and the Valley of God, � p..m., Ch. 9: Mike Henry stars as a jet-age Tarzan who is called to Central America to rescue a kidnapped child. VARIETY: Ray Stevens, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The final show in Stevens' summer seines has camoe shots of Johnny Cash, Tom Smothers and Bill Dana. VARIETY: Here Coinc the Stars, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests are Edward G. Robinson, Tony Bennett, Polly Bergen and comedians Joey Villa and Alice Ghostley. MOVIE: The Happening, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: An ex-Mafia hood is kidnapped by thrill-seeking youngsters. Stars Anthony Quinn. DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: An undercover agent is endangered by a suspicious ringleader, who in turn is unaware of the plot against his own life. With Edward Binns and Nina Foch. MOVIES: The Heroes of Telemark, 11:35 p.m., Ch. 7: Resistance fighters in Norway attempt to sabotage a secret Nazi research project. Stars Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris. MOVIE: Midnight Lace, 11:40 p.m., Ch. 13: The American wife of a London businessman receives murder threats. Stars Doris Day and Rex Harrison. SATURDAY Ch. The New York SPORTS: Baseball, 11:15 a.m., Mets meet the Pittsburgh Pirates. SPORTS: Horse Racing, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: The 41st running of the Canadian Derby, telecast live from Northlands Park in Edmonton. SPORTS: Wide World of Spoils, 4:30 p.m., Ch. 13: The Japanese All-Star Baseball Game, from Osaka. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders meet the Hamilton Tiger Cats. a^dfr? RADIO &TV LISTINGS Program! art litttd by th� radio and television italionl. Any variation in program idiedulm it duo lo tat* minute cnangei by the itatiom and it not the ro> pomibiliry of The Herald or Beltway Television. ? cjoc * News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT 6:00 World at Six 6:30 Market Report 7:00 Paul Tividar 9:00 Rob Ingram 1:00 Terry Lumsden SATURDAY 6:00 Jim Elliott 8:00 News, Weather 9:00 CBC News 9:10 Church Bulletin 10:00 Wayne Barry 12:00 News 12:20 Farm Digest 1:05 Jack Thys Show 5:00 News 6:00 News ? Slews on the Hour - CHEC ir' � Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT 5:30 Farm News, Stocks 6:05 Dinner Showcase 8:00 Back to the Bible 8:30 Voice of China 9:00 World Tomorrow 9:33 Ben Pederson CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. Monday thru Friday 6:00 a.m. Tom Mitchell 7:35 a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report 8:30 a.m. John David Horn 12:15 CHEC FM News 12:35 CHEC FM Sport Report :00-4:00 p.m. The Side . . . :00 Chuck Holiday :35 p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report :00-3:00 a.m. Shawn Kelley SATURDAY :00 a.m. Ron Stone :50 a.m. Farm Show :30 Major News :00 News :05 Brent Pedersen :15 p.m. Farm Show :30 News :05 Showtime :05 Caravan and 5:00 News, Sports Weather SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen � minutes to the hour. 6:00 a.m. Tom Mitchell 7:35 a.m. CHEC-FM Sport Report 10:00 a.m. John David Horn 12:15 CHEC-FM News 12:35 CHEC-FM Sport Report 3:00 p.m. Chuck Holiday 9:00-3:00 a.m. Shawn. Kelley ? CBR * Radio 1010 - Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Week 8:03 Morning Concert .5:35 Tempo 10:30 Theatre 10:30 9:15 Alarm Clock 6:00 World at Six 11:03 Teen Clefs (Repeat) 10:03 Action Set 6:30 The Happy Time 12:03 Music Past Mid- 12:03 High Noon 7:03 Making It night ------ 7:30 Peter Martin's SATURDAY Orchestra 6:03 Eye Opener 8:03 Radio Free Friday 6:30 News, Sports 10:15 Five Nights a 7:50 Rev. Bill Portman 1:03 Major Country 3:05 Sound of Britain 3:55 Alberta Derby 4:45 High Country 6:03 South Alberta Page SPECIAL PURCHASE SIX TRANSISTOR RADIOS ONLY $10 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigths! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED  TELEVISION  FURNITURE  APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 owmaiv Horseshoe Pitcher J)AR.LING LILI, currently at the College Mall Cinema, is a pleasant lump of marsh-mallow, not too demanding and with little of the hard sell of Hello, Dolly. In it, Julie Andrews as Lili, shows indications of having found a happy medium between the antiseptic sweetness of .Alary Poppins and the acidity of Star! (shown in Lethbridge as Those Were the Happy Hays), the disastrous treatment of Gertrude Lawrence's life. Hollywood gave Miss Andrews an Oscar in 1964 for Disney's Poppins, and promptly set about making her into a British Empire Doris Day. It is a role she has fought against, and with more validity than Miss Day who has remained ever true to her title of Approaching 50 and Never Been Touched. In Darling Lili, Miss Andrews portrays an English entertainer, performing in France during the First World War, whose tea-and-muffins exterior hides a heart of pure Berlin. A German spy, she targets in on dashing, smashing Major Bill Larabee (Rock Hudson), an American fighter pilot who when he is not blasting every enemy plane to smithereens is giving gentlemanly nods of fair play to the Red Baron. (Eat your heart out, S'noopy.) Entangling the romance, which audiences will be able to forecast at the movie's opening, are two flap-doodle French intelligence men, jealousy over an old flame, and a German agent whose interests lie more in staying in France than serv ing the Fatherland. Lillian Hcllman once wrote of Norma Shearer that she had a "face unclouded by thought." Rock Hudson seems to fit in that mound. In Lili, the lines are beginning to show, but apart from them and his hulking handsomeness, he is still an effectual actor. Andrews is charming, although hardly the vamp Hudson would deem the "most provocative" woman he'd ever met. But she surpasses both Hudson and the movie with some old-fashioned good acting. She knows her way around a throwaway line. She makes am hilarious virago erupting with a swear word as if her ladies' finishing school training hadn't quite made it. The movie itself is an overblown, overproduced affair produced and directed by Blake Hoffa Loses Bid In Fraud Case CHICAGO (AP) - James R. Hoffa, imprisoned president of the Teamsters union, has failed to have his conviction for fraud and conspiracy overturned. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied yesterday a request by Hoffa and five others to have their 1964 convictions reversed. Hoffa was convicted of defrauding the Teamsters Pension Fund of more' than $1 million and was sentenced to five years in prison and fined $1,000. CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 1:30 Sports Week (c) FRIDAY NIGHT 9:00 Movie: 5:00 Quick Draw The Happening (c) McGraw (c) 11:00 News 5:30 The Three Stooges 11:20 Teleprobe 7 5:55 Teleprobe 7 11:40 Movie: Heroes of 6:30 Land of Giants c Telemark (c) 7:30 Gomer Pyle ,,.,.,,,., 8:00 Here Come the SATURDAY Stars c 11:00 Baseball (c) 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 Bugs Bunny (c) 4:00 Canadian Derby (c) 4:30 Klahanie (c) 5:00 CFL: Regina at Hamilton (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) 4:30 Uncle Bobby 5:00 Popeye (c) 5:25 Tne Best of Berton 5:55 From the Sidelines 6:25 News (c) 7:00 Ray Stevens (c) 8:00 Movie: A Clear and Present Danger (c) 10:00 FBI (c) :00 News 20 News (c) 40 Movie Midnight Lace (c) 40 Today 10 University of Air SATURDAY 25 Thouqht for Day 30 Joe n (c) 00 Lassie (c) :30 Animal World c 12:00 Movie: Joe Dakolo (c) 1:30 Wrestling 2:30 Kiddies On Kamera 3:00 From the Sidelines (c) 3:30 Sports Digest 4:00 Sports Hot Seat 4:30 Wide World of Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 NBC Nightly News 5:00 News c 5:30 Hillbillies 6:00 Movie: Tarzan and the Valley of Gold 8:00 Ironside 9:00 News c 9:30 Tonight Show SATURDAY 6:00 Here Comes the Grump 6:30 Dastardly and Muttley c 7:00 Wacky Races 7:30 Banana Splits 8:30 Fllntstones 9:00 The Monkees 9:30 Penelope Pitstop 10:00 Superman c 10:30 Johnny Quest c 11:00 Baseball 2:00 Bugs Bunny (c) 3:00 High Chaparral 4:00 NBC Nightly News 4:30 Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 Animal World 5:00 He and She 5:30 Brady Bunch 6:00 Nanny (c) 6:30 Eddie's Father 7:00 Ghost and Mrs. Muir (c) 7:30 That Girl (c) 8:00 Love American Style (c) 9:00 News 9:30 Merv Griffin SATURDAY 5:00 Gulliver 5:30 Smokey Bear (c) 6:00 Cattanooga Cats 7:00 Hot Wheels 7:30 Hardy Boys 8:C0 Sky Hawks 8:30 Georqe of Jungls 9:00 Get Together 9:30 American Band Stand 10:30 Saturday Matinee c 1:30 TBA 2:00 Wide World of Sports (c) 3:30 Rooer Mudd News 4:00 Flying Nun 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5:00 Newlywed Game 5:30 Lawrence Welk Edwards (Julie Andrews' husband). Edwards snathes onto a method of showing courtship (have the stars walking, talking and smiling a lot while soft music plays) which goes on and on. And Hudson and Andrews are allowed to reach the bedroom only after 30 minutes of unnecessary clutch and un-clutch. What Andrews needs to bring her full circle is a topnotch comedy or drama, something which will bury Mary Poppins without resurrecting Gertrude Lawrence. TELEVISION: If television knew Who to contact, it should sue the summer for alienation of affections. Trying to watch TV when it's hot and the spectre of winter looms over the coulees, is a tough thing. It's like washing the car in the rain. And then, of course, summer television has never been noted for its fabulous moments. The CBC leads the CTV this year in first-rate TV shows, although reruns of McQueen, Gomer Pyle and Green Acres are enough to send one deep into the mountains. Civilisation, which concluded Thursday night, has been one of the touchstones this year, but why the CBC chose to run it in the summer, on a desultory night like Thursday, is a mystery. Witty, opininated, knowledg-able, British historian Kenneth Clark covered the history of largely Europe from the Dark Ages to the present in an entirely engrossing fashion. Backing up CBC's must-sees is the Forsyte Saga, still running Sunday nights on CJLH-TV, which if heavy on soap opera still offered distinctive performances by Eric Porter and Joseph Conors and a panoply of Victorian, Edwardian and later, times. (I never have cared much for Nyree Dawn Porter a s Irene. John Galsworthy's books paint her as an aloof, mysterious figure; Miss Porter, who like Eric Porter continues right through the series, seems more sullen than aloof.) The CTV picked up Johnny Cash's summer replacement, The Everly Brothers Show, and it's just another ho-hum variety program which has the occasional diverting thing if viewers can hack the bland stuff between. The two brothers, who previously sang with a sort of night-club country flavor, have taken to the semi-hippy scene with a vengeance. They use the requisite language and put down the cops, but they're not believable. Their sincerity has the ring of convenience. * it * But perhaps the quality of CTV shows this summer, such as the bland Barbara McNair show, and the pleasant Who is Ray Stevens???, is not as important at tliis time as the fact that the private network is becoming a production centre for both Canada and the U.S. In combination with various other backers, the CTV is pro- ducing both the McNair and Stevens show (the latter is Andy Williams' summer replacement), and both are using Canadian production units and Canadian performers. CTV, CFTO (the CTV's major affiliate for production) LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, Aug. 7 - 8.30 p.m. Music by "THE CAMEOS" COVER CHARGE $1.00 Members and their invited guests "BEL AIRES" will be playing in the clubrooms BRING YOUR FAMILY - COME ALONG TO A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT AT HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. FEATURING "JUST US" Sponsored By PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE JULIE ANDREWS i to co-produce the story of a jbush pilot who crashed in 1 British Columbia hinterlands. There are numerous other ; international deals on the planning board with the CTV. ; How these programs will iwork into the Canadian Radio-Television Commission's stipulated 60 per cent Canadian content demand is the next problem. For instance, Douglas Lciter-man's Fabulous Sixties was produced in Canada and is going great guns in U.S. markets and elsewhere. But the 10. part series, currently rerunning Sundays on CFCN-TV, could hardly be accused of having a Canadian slant. Most of the items deal with the U.S. Is it therefore a Canadian show? Aside from this, the CTV's co-productions, whether destined for the U.S. or not, if they employ Canadians, can't help | but lead to improved Canadian , shows, aimed at Canadians. and 20th Century will co-produce a daily serial, Famous Jury Trials, and CTV with National General Television is to co-produce another serial, The Trouble With Tracy. Untamed World, one of the best nature shows on TV, has had its oo-production headquarters moved from Los Angeles to Toronto. There are specials in the wind too, produced by the CTV, for both U.S. and Canadian markets, and pilots for new U.S. shows. The CTV and the BBC are Airliner Struck By Lightning RAWALPINDI (AP) - All .30 persons aboard a Pakistani airliner were killed early today when the plane crashed during a domestic flight in a severe storm 11 miles .east of this West Pakistan city, officials said. "It looks as if the plane was hit by lightning," an airline spokesman said. The plane carried 26 passengers and four crew members. None survived. The Fokker Friendship had taken off from Rawalpindi for Lahore, 180 miles away. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE Friday and Saturday "Woodstock Festival" 2:15, 8:00 Complete Shows - 2:15, 8:00 PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday "Only Game in Town" 7:30, 9:50 Short Subjects - 7:15, 0:25 Last Complete Show - 9:25 Saturday "Only Game in Town" 2:30, 4:50, 7:15, 9:35 Short Subjects - 2:15, 4:25, 6:45, 9:05 Last Complete Show - 9:05 COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Friday "Darling Lili" 7:00, 9:15 Last Complete Show - 9:15 Saturday "Darling Lili" 2:15, 7:00, 9:15 Last Complete Shaw - 9:15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday Gyro'Bingo - 8:00 "Hot Rod Action" - 8:30 "Those Daring Young Men" 10:10 One Complete Show - 8:30 Saturday "Hot Rod Action" - 8:30 "Thcce Daring Young Men" 10:10 . One Complete Show - 8:30 MINUS ONE DANCE Saturday, August 8th at 9:00 p.m. POLISH HALL - 13th STREET N. Music by THE BEL AIRES MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS - PHONE 327-1448 SOUTH E RN ALB ERTA THEATRES CARDSTON ~ Mayfair Theatre The World's Most Honored Motion Picture, "BEN-HUR" - In color. Starring Charlton Heston and Jack Hawkins., Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8. One show each night, Friday at 7:30 p.m. Family. Adults $1.50, Students $1.25, Children 50c. No Matinee Saturday. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" - In color. Starring Richard Burton, Mary Ure and Clint Eastwood. Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at 2:00 p.m. "3 Stooges In Orbit" - In color. Children 50c. No Ringer SOUTH GATiE, Calif. (CP) -Two-time world champion Elmer Hohl of Wellesley, Ont., finished with a fine performance, losing only three of 35 matches, but it wasn't good enough to beat the defending world champion horseshoe pitcher. Danny Kuchcinski of Erie, Pa., won the world title for the third time recently, suffering only one defeat in 35 matches during the round-robin tournament. Hohl was second. The only challenger to beat Kuchcinski was Washington state champion Henry Knauft of Spokane, who edged him 51-44 in their match last Sunday. Knauft wound up fourth with a 28-7 record. Bob West, the state champion frcm Scappoose, Ore., finished third with a 30-5 record. MOVIE GUBDE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 10 a.m. to To'p.m. GRilN ACRCS DRIVE-IN JUNCTION # MAYOR MAG RATH - MUTTS* HIGHWAY I TONIGHT and SATURDAY | HILARITY SHIFTS INTO HIGH GEAR GATES OPEN AT 7:30 P.M. FAMILY irawiiW/ fwaotf STARRING Tony Curtis-Jack Hawkins Terry Thomas - Bourvil Gert Frobe - Eric Sykes � SHOW AT 8:30 P.M. HIT NO. 2 n HOT ROD ACTION IN COLOR GYRO BINGO TONITE AT 7:45 GATES OPEN 7:15 - SHOW AT 8:30 JACKPOT TONITE $190.00 TONIGHT Thru SAT. At 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. Word of Mouth Advertising is our best medium once we have used all ol'hers. That's why "Darling Lili" is being held over because everyone is telling someone to see it! Final 2 Days for you to see it. ADULT i A BUAKE EDWARDS 1 ADULT fe' PRODUCTION ^ K RIVER - Sunland Theatre "CHANGE OF HABIT" - In Technicolor. Starring Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler Moore. Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8. Friday show at 8:30 p.m. Adulr P'CTURF BUTTE - Cinema Theatre "DR. DOOLITTLE" - In Technicolor. Starring Rex Harrison. Samantha Eggar and Anthony Newley. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 7, 8 and 9. Friday show at 8:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday shows at 8:00 p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "MAROONED" - In color. Starring Gregory Peck, David Janssen and Richard Crenna. Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Family. No Matinee Saturday. TABER - Tower Theatre "HELL IN THE PACIFIC" - In color. Starring Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. Friday, August 7 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Family. Get more, out of life - Take the family to a movie 0 in | STARTS MONDAY JERRY LEWIS Which wa/ MATINEE SAT. AT 2:15 P.M. P/to the front? ' A WARNER BROS. PRESENTATION.  2. TECHNICOLOR*. FAMILY *Pai5inount omenta TONIGHT thru TUES. At 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. ADULT Dice was his vice. Men hers. ��CiNWWNItSWS in BMzafoetifoT&ylai? Wairirem BeatCy s in j GEORGE STEVENS-FRED KOHLMAR pndudion m The Golly Gaumr In Itowmi Xc': C�WB CcnteM by ��ttut JWS. COLOR by DE LUXE Continuous Shows Sat. 2:15 to 11:30 p.m. 2 Shows Daily 2:15 and 8 p.m. Only ''It is the Song of the Young" "Woodstock . . . Brilliant - Unforgetable" prat RESTRICTED ADULT - 18 years and ovsr �4 Woodstock �JJI ^yd^P a wadlelgh-maurice, lid. production ^ technicolorr from warner bras. IN STEREOPHONIC SOUND SHOWING PARAMOUNT A FAMOUS Pl�VF_RS fHt�(r�t ;