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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August 10, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD MONDAY INTERVIEW: Irving Layton, p.m., Ch. Ill: Pierre Bcrlon talks with Canada's wunderkind poet. THEATRE: Three Coins in a Foutilain, (i p.m., Ch. 0: Based on the 1954 movie, a romantic involving three American girls in Home. With Yvonne Craig. MOVIE: The Train, p.m., CIi. 8: Burt Lancaster and Paul Scofield star in a tense 1964 drama about a French railway man's efforts to- frustrate a plan to have art trea- sures sent to Berlin. MOVIE: Hostile Guns, p.m., Ch. 11: A marshal and his deputy set out for the slate penitentiary with four prison- ers. Stars George Montgomery. EDUCATION: Now, p.m., Ch. 11: An acclaimed controversial Grade 3 experiment which arbitrarily sels children againsl each olher, because of differing eye co or, as a method of studying racial discrimination. TUESDAY MOVIE: Two and Two Make Six, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: An Air Force corporal goes AWOL because he thinks he killed a sergeant. Stars George Chakiris. MOVIE: Those Were the Days, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1040 drama about a young, srnart-alec schoolboy. With William Holden. PUBAFFAIRS: Blood Indians, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 features a documentary on the residents of the Blood re- serve, southwest of Lethbridge. CJOC News 5 Minutes to the hour. Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour CBC News Galloping Gourmet gyiinenlat Rn-p. Dislinguished News Artists MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World al 6 Paul Tividar Marker Renort CFL Football: B.C. at Calgar Rob Ingram TIIPSDAV TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phnnp Bin snnw' Spam Jack Tliys _ Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Comments News, Sports, Caravan Farm News, Stocks Sports. Stock Mkt Report Farm News, Stocks i The Voice China 9-00 World Tomorrow Mus c for Late Niters The Album Game TUESDAY 7-S WIT, Sports S Mkt Repon M5 World Jean Paulcy Comments 12-30 News, Wthr., Sports Caltle Prices 1-05 Show Time Jean paulsy News .fifteen minutes to "Our. Monday thru Frid.y a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report DaVld CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CHEC FM News Rfteen minutes o the Hour Mon. thru Fri. a.m. Tom AAltchcl a.m. CHEC FM a.m. John David FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Olher Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn .Kelley MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time lor the Reco As It Happens National News Five Nights a Week Maigret: Arlette Visits the'I-ollce Distinguished Artists Songs from the CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour News Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Alberta News Morning Concert Classics Music Past Midnight d TUESDAY Radio Noon Four for Foriy Entre Nous Matinee Personality Aflernon Concert Galloping Gourmet Actuality Gerrusi! BBC News Nathan Cohen Weather SPECIAL PURCHASE SIX TRANSISTOR RADIOS ONLY Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigths! TELEVISION FURNITURE CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 To Rome With Love Wreslting Three stooges Meet Mullet! Luncheon Date Part 1 Carton Party :m M caMre, Movte: Those Were Green Acres Little People Tfie DaYs Years in the Life Friendly Slant (c) Take 30 Name of :ne Game Chei Helene Edge of Niqht Memorandum on a Meet Mullelt Galloping Gourmel Frozen Ark Double Exposure Dress Rehearsal News (c) News HR. Pufnstuf (c) CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT 5-00 Ponevc n 5.25 The of Berlgn (c) F Troop (c) CFCN News (c) Here's Lucy (c) It Takes a Thief (r) Barbara McNair Show (c) Pig 'n Whistle (c) Expo In The Orienl (c) News (c) News (c) Edgar Wallace (c Today University of the Air University (he Air Peyton Place Romper Room (c) Today (c) Buckshot Movie: Two and Two Makes Six Magistrate's Court People In Conflict Doctor's Diary Smart Alec (c) Uncle Bobby _ TUESDAY Though! lor Ihe bay KRTV Great Fails Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today in Montana Days of Our Lives Sale of Ihe Century Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What Where Game '-'55 News Another World Somerset As the World Turns Luci Monday Theatre Movie: The Trai News c Tohiaht Show c TUESDAY t c A Salute Agnculturs Our World Today Show c 30 The Doctors c Another World c Edge of Nicihi c Gomer Pylo Mike Doitqlas c Andv Griffith Cronklle News Lucille Ball c NBC Nightly News (c) KFBS-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. Tl) MONDAY NIGHT My World and Mayberry RFD c Movie: Hostile Guns (c) Now TV-5 News Merv Griffin c TUESDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c Secret Storm Dinah's Place (c) One Life to uivo c Jack LaLanns c LInkletter (c) Bewitched Love is a Many Woman's World c Splendorrd Thing Best of Everylhing General Hospital A World Apart c Dork Shadows All My Children That Girl Make a Deal c Galloping Gourmet Hnwlywed TV-5 News Datinn, Game Movie; The Challengers (c) Police Help Youth On The Travel By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian highways are swarming with hitch-hikers de- spite laws in seven provinces that prohibit soliciting car rides. A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press shows that in many areas police arc not only allowing, but also aiding youth's hunger for travel. Police in Winnipeg and sev- eral Ontario cities said youths can seek shelter in their jails if no alternative accommodation is available. In numerous cases police said they are prepared to turn a blind eye to youths sleeping in local parks, as long as they cause no trouble. Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Brilish Columbia ban the solicit- ing of car but Ihe slal- ules include a qualifying phrase. Soliciting a ride is an offence only if the hitch-hiker is on "the roadway." Lenient interpretation of the phrase by most police depart- ments means youths will nol gel inlo trouble for hitch-hiking as long as they slay on Ihe side- walk or the shoulder of a high- way. NO TIME TO U'ORHY RCMP officers at Charlotte- town say there is a maximum fine of 5100 for hitch-hiking on Prince Edward Island but thai police are too busv with other duties to bother with hitch-hik- ers. RCMP highway patrols in Nova Scotia report a definite in- crease in the number of hitch- hikers on provincial roads this year, but add that police have no complaints. New Brunswick police report more female hitch-hikers this year than in previous years. They add Ihal overnight modolion in police cells is possi- ble but is arranged only rarely. Quebec provincial police say most of the hitch-hikers they en- counter are young and that many are runaways. Montreal cily police say they have ar- rested only five persons for hitch-hiking in the last five years. Ontario police do not allow hitch-hiking on controlled-access roads such as highways 400, 401 and parts of tha Queen Eliza- beth Way. However, local and provincial police do nol usually Famed U.S. Playhouse Auctioned PASADENA, Calif. (AP) The Padadena Playhouse, workshop for actors with an a. umni list that reads like Who's Who of Hollywood, ha been sold at auction to the banl that held its mortgage. The institution, financiall: troubled for some time, wa sold to the Bank of America fo the amount owed to th bank by the playhouse's boar, of directors. The bank ha, granted numerous extensions on the mortgage. Joseph Gualderon. a Bank o America vice-president an, manager of the bank's Pasa dena branch, said he hopes the playhouse's trustees will find a way to "raise enough funds t, save the theatre." The theatre counts among its graduates such actors1 as Lee Cobb, Don DeFore, Agnes De Mille, John Cajradine, John Conte, William Holden, Eleanoi Parker, Lloyd Nolan, Pau Muni, Robert Preston, Randolph Scott and Gig Young. The playhouse's financia woes came to a head in 1966 when the Intrnal Revenue Serv ice briefly padlocked it for non payment of in taxes. Ce- lebrity graduates staged benefi performances to meet that bill but the playhouse never escapet its financial troubles: Fiery Brown Becomes Life Peer LONDON (CP) Explosive eorge Brown, who quit the 'dboT cabinet in a huff two years ago and lost his Commons eat in the June 18 general elec- ion, becomes a life peer in the aditional honors list of the de ealed prime minister. The former foreign secretary, 55, heads a heterogeneous group f 37 colleagues1 and friends of larold Wilson ranging from irebrand politician Jennie Lee o the housekeeper at 10 Down- ing Street and the man who makes the white raincoat that as become a Wilson trade- mark. They include his doctor, his ress and political secretaries, Cockney comedian who was a egular at Downing Street par- ies and the businessman who ave the Wilsons a temporary rame after their eviction from 'o. 10. Wilson, who by custom was lermitted lo choose a post-elec- ion list, selected one of the osl diverse in memory. The ;roup announced yesterday is leaded by eight life peers, all members of the Wilson minis- try and including three women. But most of the interest entred around Ihe volalile rown, depuly leader of the ommons Labor party in the st Parliament, and Lithuani- n -b o r n Joseph Kagan, 54, hose raincoat (Gahnex) is a vorite cartoonists' symbol for 'ilson along with liis ever- csenl pipe. Kagan received a iighlhodd. Movie Column Writer Fires Barbs At Film Outfit Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Woodstock Festival" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA 'Only Game in Town" ihort Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA 'Darling Lili" '..ast Complete Show 3REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN 'Hell in the Pacific" 'Cuslcr of the West" One Complete Show By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Novel- ist Jacqueline Susann was in town recently to help sell books, confer on the film version of The Love Machine, gather ma- terial for her next book and throw a few barbs at her new enemy, 20th Century-Fox. A large order for a small lady. But, as the world knows, Miss Susann can handle almost anything she goes after. She's the novelist who got Col- umbia and producer Mike Fran- kovich to shell out 51.5 million, plus 10 per cent of the gross re- turns, for The Love Machine, which may or may not be the saga of another studio boss, James Aubrey. The film is going well, she re- ported. 'Mike hasn't made a movie without consulting she said in her hotel suite. "He asked me about having Sam Taylor write the script, and I was perfectly delighted. I've talked with Jack Haley Jr., is going to direct, and I think he's wonderful for it. I couldn't be more pleased with how it's going." MOVIE SHOCKED HER It's a diffrent story with 20th Century-Fox. She's suing the studio for ?10 million because of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Her version of the squabble: Fox asked her to write a se- quel to the amazingly successful Valley of the million in film rentals. She finished an outline which was 90 per cent of :he screen they lipped over it; they said it was better than the original." Her husband, Irving Mans- 'ield, was to produce it. "When I read the script, 1 got Top Fiddler In Canada SHELBURNE, Ont. (CP Graham Townsend of Toronto became Hie top fiddler in Can- ada for the third consecutive ear when the annual cham- jionships ended here, about 47 niles northwest of Toronto. Runner-up was Edward John Gyurki, Woodstock, Ont. Third was Wilfred Gillis of Ottawa. The annual contest began in 951 to raise money for charity nd to carry on Canadian musi- al traditions. Two brothers from Sudbury, Ont, Don Reid, 16, and Robert Reid, 6, placed first in the nder-lS class and under-10 lass, respectively. Winner of the over-65 class vas John Lacille of Sturgeon "alls. Ont. she remarked. "At first I didn't want to see the picture, but then I decided to go. I went into a theatre where only about 17 people were in the audience, and they were talking back and laughing at what was on the screen. I became so ill that I had to leave." She sued on grounds that Fox had no right to use her title for a film that had nothing to do with her original story. "If I lose this suit, all authors are in she remarked. "There will be nothing to stop a producer from making Be- yond Gone with the Wind or whatever." Asked for comment on Miss S u s a n n's remarks, a Fox spokesman said: "Our only re- buttal, is the fact that Beyond the Valley of the Dolls has taken in over in the Los Angeles area alone." interfere with hikers on other highways or near ramps leading lo the controlled-access routes. RCMP officers in Manitoba noted a marked increase in the number of hitch-hikers, most of them students, and said that al- though there are no provincial statutes against hitch-hiking, they occasionally move hikers from hazardous spots. Police in Regina said hitch- hikers are warned if they are found obstructing traffic, but normally they are allowed to thumb rides from sidewalks. Travellers badly in need of ac- commodation are referred lo welfare officials. ALL LOOK SAME An RCMP spokesman at Ed- monlon said: "There are a lot of decenl chaps on the road these days but the motorist doesn't know what he's getting when he stops for one. "My advice is not to pick them up." However, hitch-hikers are hard to ignore. Joe MacLcan, 18, of Montrea arrived in Regina this week after being forced to walk eight miles out of Banff, Alta., before he got past the dozens of other youths thumbing their way east from the resort town. RCMP in British Columbia generally are lenient with hitch-hikers despite a law that calls for a maximum fine of or six months hi jail for so- liciting rides. RCMP officers at Vancouver, Prince George and Revelstoke were unable to recall a case hi which a hitch-hiker had been ar- rested. Vancouver Mayor Thomas Campbell said recenlly he would ban hitchhiking in his backed down after nu- merous youths telephoned Mm to protes't that hitch-hiking was the only way they could afford to travel. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridge 1.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. 1.00 p.m. 9.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. 5.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 1.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Aug. 11 Aug. 17 Inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL Tues., Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM............. 12.15.- 1.00 p.m. Public Swimming 1.00 8.00 p.m. Wed., Aug. 12th- NOON HOUR SWIM............. 12.15 1.00 p.m. Public Swimming 1.00 9.00 p.m. Thurs., Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM............. 12.15 Public Swimming 1.00 Fri., Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM............. 12.15 Public Swimming 1.00 Sat., Aug. 15th- Public Swimming............... 12.00 Sun., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 Family Swimming 6.00 Mon., Aug. NOON HOUR SWIM............. 12.15 Public Swimming 1.00 LIONS POOL Tues., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 5.00 Public Swimming 7.00 9.00 Aug. nth- Public Swimming 1.00 9.00 Thurs., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 5.00' Public Swimming 7.00 9.00 Fri., Aug. Public Swimming............... 1.00 9.00 Sat., Aug. Public Swimming............... 12.00 8.00 Sun., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 9.00 Man., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 5.00 Public Swimming 7.00 9.00 HENDERSON POOL Tues., Aug. llth to Fri., Aug. Public Swimming 11.00 a.m. 8.00 Sat., Aug. Public Swimming 10.00 a.m. 8.00 Sun., Aug. Public Swimming 1.00 p.m. 8.00 Mon., Aug. Public Swimming.......... 1 1.00 a.m. 8.00 "NOTE" THE MILE SWIM MARATHON at Fritz Sick Pool a GIANT WATER SHOW at Lions Pool are coming up watch for future advertisements THIS ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. and Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Every Day of the Week PRIME RIB SERVED DAIIY 12 TO 2 P.M. IN OUR LICENSED DINING ROOM ONLY Reservations Not Required! Plenty of Free Parking! SEUMIk MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 BOOK YOUR Christmas Parly WITH US NOW! Excellent food and fat- llties STIU available ft being booked up SEI'TEMUEll START The New York Jets will open their American Conference Sea- son in the NFL by visiting the Cleveland Browns Sept. 21. MOST AT HOME After Nov. 8, when they visit the Buffalo Bills, the Cincinnati Bengals will play four of their last six NFL games at home. SOUTHERN Ai THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre HELD OVER! The world's most honored motion piclure! "BEN-HUR" in color starring Charlton Ileston and Jack Hawkins. Monday, August 10. Show at p.m. only. Family. Adults Students ?1.25. Children 50c MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "MARLOWE" in metrocolor starring James Ganicr, Gayle Hunnicutt and Rita Moreno. Tuesday and Wed- nesday August 11 and 12. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HELL'S ANGEL'S 'CD1' in color starring Tom Stern and Jeremy Slate. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 10, 11 and 12. Monday show at p.m. Adult-Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "SHARLAKO" In color. Starring Sean Connery and Brig- itte Bardot. Monday and Tuesday, August 10 and 11. Mon- day shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie CPHONl 71100 IU BEEN ACRES PKIVC-ln JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I Tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday Gates Open At p.m. FAMILY WTHE PACIFIC 1N "OUSTER OF THE WEST" HIT COLOR NO. 2 ROBERT SHAW MARY URE I MEM A1' COLLEGE MALI 328-63001 TONIGHT And TUES. POSITIVELY FINAL 2 NIGHTS ADULT s, A DAftLJflG lilUI "'m' STARTS WEDNESDAY THE WEST WAS WON" In Color with Gregory Peck SHOWING TONIGHT And TUES. Mat. p.m. Even. and p.m. cinema STARTS WEDNESDAY AnothsroutragEous comedy author of "Barefoot in Ihe Park" and "The Odd Couple: JACKLEMMON SANDY DENNIS SIMM STORY THEOin-OF-TOWNERS FAMILY comn- TONIGHT at p.m. only ONE SHOW ONLY AT p.m. HURRY LAST 4 DAYS RESTRICTED ADULT 18 yean and ovtr a wodleigh-mourice, lid.production from IN STEREOPHONIC SOUND MQW SHOWING ;