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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY Sl'OHTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The Edmonton Eski- mos meet the Montreal Aloueltes in an interlocking CFL game. MOVIE: Quarantined, p.m., Ch. 11: Cholera hits a clinic run by a renowned medical family now torn by domestic crisis. With John Dclmer. MOVIE: A Clear ami Present Danger, 7 p.m., Ch. II: A senator's son tries to clean up pollution in an industrial town, but is accused of having political motives. Stars Hal Holhrook. VARIETY: Happy 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Intermingled with numbers by Harry James and Helen Forrest are a sketch of Little Orphan Annie throwing a party and a rerun of yesteryear's radio shows. DOCUMENTARY: This Land of Ours, p.m., Ch. 7: A rerun profile of a missionary who has built seven missions in the remote Arctic. INTERVIEW: Pierre Truilcau, p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun interview with Canada's prime minister, dealing with pollution, separatism and Women's Liberation Movement. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Incident at Phantom Hill, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Union officers and a rebel prisoner search for gold. With .Robert Fuller. MOVIE: Mississippi, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1935 musical in 'which a young man refuses to fight a duel for the jirl he loves. Stars Bing Crosby. SPORTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Montreal Expos meet the Cincinnati Reds in Cincinnati. Movie Column, Griffith In New Show By HOI! THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "My daddy is 75 years old, and he isn't watching television so much any says Andy Griffith. "He says they oughla put somethin' new on that tube." Andy himself aims to oblige. When he returns to television with a new series this autumn, the North Carolina accent will be the same, but the words will be different. The show is called Hcadm. ler, and that's what Andy plays. He runs a private school. Not in tlie cornpone country but right here in the San Fernando Val- ley. It won't be all fun and games at Andy's school, either. One of TODAY thru THURS. FAMILY CJOC News Five Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour News, Sports News, Sports Phone Bill Show i.05 Thvq Wayne Barry jacK inys Galloping Gourmel Country Music Probe 1220 Matinee Farm Paul TivIrJar CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Houi TUESDAY NIGHT Paul TivirJar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show TUESDAY NIGHT Mews Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson WEDNESDAY Ron Slone Farm Snow News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I See It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I See It Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Cattle Prices Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments :05 Caravan News Fifteen minutes to The Hour a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John Oavld CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side News, Wthr., Sports Chuck Holiday CKEC-FM WON. THRU Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CER if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Guest Appearance Operas We Like Tuesday Ntglif An Evening of Opera National News Nights A Week Theatre Glenn Goulu Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener News Sports Rev. Bill Portman Four World at Eight Entre Nous Commentary Personality Morning Concert Afternoon Concert Galloping Gourmet Actuality Gerr :00 BBC News News Chronicle Matinee Crin. Short StorlM Digging the Past High Noon Gerrusi! i i_ohen weather cinema When they take you for an out-of towner, they really take you, KIDS 50c sf-> h ANYTIME JACKLEMMON SAKDYDENMSS A NEIL SIMON STORY THEOUT-OF-TOWKEBS the scripts begins with Andy making a lecture about the mis- use pills and ends with a stat pupil in the hospital with an ov- erdose. "Oh, we've got some strong stuff, all right, some real strong Andy said. "This won't be an out-and-out comedy, though there'll be some hilar- ious stuff in it, too. But you just can't do a school show in this day and age and not take up problems." Andy was taking a breather in his trailer-dressing room at Warner Brothers, where he'll be spending six months of his year. BENEFITED BY TV He reminisced about how lie! got into television, out of it and jn nr then back in. 1' (ISlCSt 1 TOl. ANDY GRIFFITH Runs School Tuesday, August 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD Utah Handlers Face Charges VANCOUVER (CP) Bail was set at for two Utah ranchers charged with posses- sion of stolen share certificates valued at Brent Bauer, 50, and Paul Morrow, 52, both of Salt Lake City were remanded to Aug. 19 without plea when they ap- peared in provincial court to- day. The charge alleges that the certificates from Medical De- velopment Corporation of Salt Lake City, and of Rocky Moan- tain Research, of Provo, Utah, were in the possession' of the pair when their west end told room was searched by police last weekend. Another man accused of being involved in the theft of stock certificates worth up to SG million, Carl Lcavitl, 42. of Scipio, Utah, is being held in Salt Lake City. "Getting into television was the best thing I could have done 11 years he recalled. "I had just done three movies, one a comedy (No Time for Ser- one I guess you might call a tragedy (A Face in the Crowd) and the jury's still out on the other one "I was doing the television variety shows and an occasional dramatic role of comedy on Playhouse 90 and that kind of I engine. am Still Plagued With Troubles TOR ONTO (CP) Tl: Turbo, Canadian National Rai ways' fastest train, was unabl to climb a hill on its Montrea lo-Toronto ran and was towe into Union Stating by a yan Sofa and Chair SI49 Bedroom Suite Kitchen Chrome Suite..........; C CO Open TNI 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5fh St. S. Phone 328-7328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Tcleprobe 7 HR Pufnsfuff tc) Under At'ack The Three stooges Pinnochio Mission Mr. Dressup Impossible (c) Ed Allen Don Messer (c) 10-00 Little People SlSS !W Erlendly. (c) Cartoon Party Luncheon Dote Part 2 J: CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Uncle Bobby CFL: Edmonton at Montreal (c) Mod Squad (c) Hnanlom Hill Everley Brothers Thought lor Day Court Air People In Conflict (r! ,n'm Alfc (c) M0 Doctor's Diary c ,S SS 5 Y M 'M Cartoans (c) The Besl 01 Berlon Uncle Bobby KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY MIGHT Jeannie (c) Debbie Reynolds (c) Julia (c) A Clear Jeopardy" c Who, What, Where Andy GrTffitn" o Ee M me cronKile News c News 4'nn i ucrllp R-ill Another World NBC! ly Somerset c world Turns c News c Our Lives c The Virginian (c) and Present Danger (c) News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Agricullure Our World News (c) peyton 12-40 T Room Universily of the Today Show c The Doctors c Today in Montana Another World Sale of the Century Edge of Night c Hollywood Squares Gomer Pylc c Mike Douglas c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch 11) Woman's World 8-ao lc? Bosl ot Everything TV-5 Nevys All My Children WEDNESDAY Game Dating Game c Cap! Kangaroo c Secret Storm c Dinah's Place (c) One Life to Love is a Many Splendore'd Thing General Hospital SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SKULL DUGGERY" In Technicolor. Starring Burt Reynolds, Susan Clark and Roger C. Carmel. Tuesday, August 18. Show at p.m. Adult. RIVER Sunland Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS W In color. Starring Tom Stern and Jeremy Slate. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 18 and 19. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "NORTH TO ALASKA" In color. Starring John Wayne, Capucine and Fabian. Tuesday and Wednesday, Augus't 18 and 19. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN" In color. Starring Woody Allen. Tuesday, August 18. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movia show. I didn't have what you would call steady employment." Andy spent a year on Broad- way in a semi-hit musical, Des- try, then began talking with producer Sheldon Leonard about a series. Andy hit it off with Aaron Rubin, who created The Andy Griffith Show. HitsyiEe for eight seasons. He quit the show to do movies for Universal. The first was Angel in My Pocket. He recognized that he is the kind of a person who needs to keep busy. So when CBS offered him a series deal he signed. Then he hooked up again with Aaron Rubin. Both agreed it should be more serious than the previous show. "At first I resisted the idea of a school show, because of The Bill Cosby Show and Room said Andy. "Then I changed my mind. "I'm not puttin' those shows down in any way, but I rea- soned that Bill's show is Bill- right? and Room 222 has only one comedy character, the prin- cipal. So I could see room for us." A CNR official said two o the four turbines powering th< seven-car train to an averagi speed of miles an hour broke down just outside Toronto causing the train to stall at the bottom of the hill. The Turbo was originallj scheduled to go into service 1907 but did not begin opera- tions until December, 1968. Plagued by mechanical trou- bles, it was withdrawn shqrtly afterwards for another 18 mouths for modifications be- fore it reappeared last May. Where's Huddles Gomer Pyle Hogan's Heroes (c) NOW SIT ANYWHERE AND HEAR PERFECTLY BALANCED STEREO SOUND! ZENITH "CIRCLE OF SOUND" Conrad Plcllell 236 13th St. N.-LETHBRIDGt _ Phone 328-2235 COAIDAIE, Alberta Phone 345-3272 CLOSED All DAY MONDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. Haybale Show Performed In Old Bam BIG BOOT BILL VANCOUVER (CP) Boots for police and firemen in 1970 will probably cost Vancouver ratepayers plus tax. Only one lender has been re- ceived and officials recom- mended city council approve it The boots would be made by J. Leekie Co. Ltd. in Winnipeg and issued to the men under terms of their union agreements. Special Back to Scboc 'Coke7 Sat. 2 Shows a.m. and a.m. Admission To a.m. Show 6 "COKE" BOTTLE CAPS OR lOc Admission to a.m. show 6 botfle caps from any of the following Sprite, Fanta, Fresco, Tab, Lemon Lime, Jamaica Ginger Ale or Tom Collins or lOc PHONt 71100 REEN ACRES j TONIGHT thru THURSDAY j ADULT i WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! I ACMO PCM PBCOOffl DAVID LEAN'S FILM Cf BCBS.WBM; DOCTOR ONE SHOW ONLY REGULAR AT P.M. ADMISSION GATES OPEN AT P.M. i STARTS FRIDAY 'MAROONED77 IN COLOR STARRING GREGORY PECK HIT NO. 2 "AFRICAN SAFARI" IN COLOR THE SEA RANCH, Calif. (AP) As pianist Gunnar Johnsen warmed up for his con- fert, the ranch hands escorted Silver, Nomad and Poco from then- stalls. The audience took seats on hay bales, in lofts or anywhere comfortable.' With the smell of horses and hay in the background, Johan- sen played selections from Moz- art, Beethoven and Liszt. His concert hall was a cavern- ous, whitewashed barn from which the three horses had been led minutes before. Johansen called the barnyard odor "poetic" and praised the barn's acoustics. The 60-year-old barn is about 50 by 100 feet with a.plank floor. Above 40 horse stalls are hay lofts which create large open spaces beneath the gabled roof. "I think the storage space above the stall acts as an echo said Johansen, 64. Johansen has been an artist- in-residence at the University of Wisconsin at Madison since 1939, and has been giving his Haybale Concerts, as he calls them, for two years at this re- sort on the rugged northern Cal- ifornia coast. He has given five recitals in the Sea Ranch bam. Admission is an adult and for chil- dren. PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Kremlin Letter" Short Subjects Last Complete Show PARAaiOUNT-CINEMA "Out of Towners" Short Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "How the West was Won" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Dr. Zhivago" 0ns Complete Show OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MAIL 328-6300- TONIGHT and WED. HELD OVER POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS 3 SHOWS DAILY and p m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT KIDS 50c I fie epc journey of tour generations of Americans wfio carved out a country with their bare hands HOW THE WEST Rom METO-GOLCWTN-MAVER and CINERAMA METROCOLOR AUTOMATIC COVERAGE All farm workers in Ontario have been automatically cov- ered by workman's compensa- tion since 1966. IETH. MUSICAL THEATRE "YOUR OWN THING" ROCK MUSICAL Votes Centre BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN Fri., Aug. 21 Sat., Aug. 22 Sat., Aug. 29 Sun., Aug. 30 At p.m. PHILCO COLOR TV PANAVISIONSTECHNICOLOR 9 STARTS THURSDAY Starts Tomorrow ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY AT p.m. ENDS TONIGHT: "KREMLIN LETTER Orson ;