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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auaust 24, 1HF. IETHBRIDGE HERALD S ITV HIGHLIGHTS; MONDAY SPECIAL: Trip to Nowhere, C p.m., Ch. 8: An NBC white paper studies the U.S. youth drag problem by pro- filing an ex-user and a girl'who died at 20 from over-use. MOVIE: What's So Bad About Feeling 7 p.m., Ch. 0: A 1808 farce about a happiness virus which sweeps New York. Stars George Peppard and Mary Tyler Moore. PUBAI'TAIRS: Five Years, p.m., Ch. 7: A visit with a Manitoba Indian couple and their 10 children who are planning to move to a city. VAItlETY: Barbara McNair, p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Martha Raye, Steve Rossi, Slappy White and Eich Little. PUBAFFAIItS: Margaret Mead, p.m., Ch. 11: The U.S. anthropologist-author talks about the breach between the generations. PUBAFFAIKS: New Majority, p.m., Ch. 7: The youth public affairs show, returned to a new time slot, inter- views Marshall McLuhan, electronic-age philosopher. TUESDAY MOVIE: Slim Carter, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A playboy is turned into cowboy singing star Slim Carter. With Jock Mahoney. MOVIE: No Smoking, p.m., Ch. 7: A chemist invents a pill to stop people from smoking. Stars Belinda Lee. INTERVIEW: Chester Kenning, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 telecasts the first of two conversations with the Alberta-born diplomat who talks about U.S. military involvement in Viet- nam. ronromj by raafo and tallyman by Jtotioni end w n H.roid Ettlway CJOC News 5 Minutes to the hour. Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Galloping Gourmet Gardening Farm News Sports Jack Thys TUESDAY Country Music Jim Elliott Show MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tividar Market Reoort Paul Tividar CBC News Continental Rhap- sody Distinguished Artists B.C. at Calgary News, Weathe Rob tngrsm Phone Bill Show CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports MONDAY NIGHT Commerils Sports, Wthr Caravan Farm Stocks Ne-..-s, Sports. Stock Mkt Report Farm News, Flocks Dinner Showcase Back to ihe Bible The Voice of China World Tomorrow Matinee Paul Tividar Protie 1220 News fifteen minutes to the hour. Monday thru Friday, a.m. Tom Mitchell Music for Late Niters The Album Game a.m. CHEC FM .TUESDAY sport Report Farm News News. Wthr., Sports a.m. John David CHEC FM Mews Jean Pauley CHEC FM Comments Sport Report News, Wlhr., Sporls p.m. The Other Cattle Prices Side Show Time Chuck Holiday Jean Pauley p.m. CHEC FM on the Half Hour Sporf Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CHEC FM News Fifteen minutes to the Hour Mon. thru Frl. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FAA Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Oilier Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelicy MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Timi Jazz for the Record As It Happens National News Five Nights a Week Maigref: Arlelte Visits the K' Distinguished Artists Songs from the CBR ir Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Consumers Classics Music Past Midnight ice TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Alberta News Concert Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Four for Forty Entre Nous Matinee Personality Afternon Concert -10 Galloping Gourmet Actuality 9-15 Gerrusi! BBC New Nathan Cohen Weather !WS Bestway Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUEI SOLID STATE STEREO Fully transistorized 6 push button control Tuner Provision for tape input and output SAVE AT ONLY...... 229 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday ond Friday nigthsl CONVENIENT TERMS A TELEVISION EAS.IY ARRANGED APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-Sth St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) News Limcheo Part 1 Carton Party TUESDAY Luncheon Dale Mr. Drcssup Ed Allen McHale's Navy Years in the Life Friendly Giant (c Name of trie Game Chez Helene New Majority Meet Mullet! (c) Double Exposure MONDAY NIGHT Teleprobe To Rome Love Wrcslting Three Stooges Meet Mullelt Teleprobe Here Comes the Brides Country Cabaret Green Acres Date Part Movie: No Smoking Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Dress Rehearsal HR. PufnStuf tc) CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Edgar The Best of Berton Flinlstones (c) Wallace (c) Peyton Place 5-30 Dick Van Dyke Today Romper Room (c) The Honeymooners University of Ihe Lucy Show tc) Air Buckshot News (c) Here's Lucy (c) TiiccnAv Movie: It Takes a Thief TUESDAY Carter 8-30 Barbara McNsir c "nought for Magistrate's Court Fiy antf Whislle c the Day People (n Conflict Ironside (c) University of Air Doctor's Diary 11-00 News (cl Smart Alec (c) Cartoons (c) News (c) Today (c) Uncle Bobby KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show c Days of Our Lives (c) Today in Montana Tho Doctors c Here's Lucy (c) Sale of the Trip to Nowhere c Century Movie: Whaf's So Squares c Bad About Feeling Jeopardy c Good (c) News c Tonight Show TUESDAY Who, What Where Game News Another World Somerset1 As Ihe World Turns Another World c Edge of Night c Corner Pyle Mike Dougias-c Andy Griffith Cronkite News Lucille Bait c NBC Nightly News (c) Our World KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) One Lite to Live c Hillbillies (c) LInkletter (c) Jack Lalanne Love Is a Many Woman's Wcrid c Spiendored Thing Best of Everything General Hospital A World Apart c All My Children Make a c Newlywed Game Dating Gar My World and Welcome To It (c) Mayberry RFD c Movie: Scared Stiff Now TV-5 Merv Griffin c TUESDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c Secret Storm c Dark Shadows That Girl Galloping Gourmet TV-5 News Movie: Men and the Colonel1 (c) By STEWART MacLEOU OTTAWA (CP) With Rob- ert Slanfield's apparent sucoes in small groups, there are plans for the Conservative leader to devote more time to "meet-the- people" events rather than em- phasizing formal speeches. Party somewhat like advisors to for- mer prime m i n i s t er Lester their le a d e r 's hunxm qualities, sense of humor and interest in other people emerges far better in small, in- formal groups of people than on Parliamentary Notebook Stanfield Role: Meet-The-People ROBERT STANFIELD They Like Him a speaker's platform. As a re- sult, new efforts will be made in this direction. There are expected to be far more events like the recent tour of downtown Hamilton, and the walk around pollution-problem Robertson Takes Over CBC News TORONTO (CP) The CBC announced Friday that Warren Davis will be host of two new programs in September and his backup man, Lloyd Robertson, will tate over as announcer cf the 11 p.m. televised national news Monday to Friday. Mr. Robertson will continue as host of the Sunday public af- fairs program Weekend. Mr. Davis will be host cf a television program on arts and sciences every Saturday cf a radio program, Your Two Bucks Worth, every Sunday. The radio interview show will concern broadcasting and CBC programming. Kr.owlton Nash, director of CBC information programs, said Mr. Davis "wanted to get more involved with the pro- gramming." spots in Toronto where the Con- servative leader chatted easily ith residents and those imme- diately involved with local prob- lems. HE CARES In this type of situation, says one party official, Mr. Stanfield comes across as "someone who cares.." Some Conservative MPs have been advocating for some time that more emphasis be put on the "human qualities" of Mr. Stanfield, coupling it with con- tinued attacks on the "inhu- man" approach by government to such issues as unemploy- ment. So far, say sources, Mr. Stan- field has not tipped his hand about plans to build up momen- tum leading to the next general election campaign. But his meet-the-people program ob- viously is part of this. Apart from his recent visits to Hamilton and Toronto, he goes to Alberta next month to spend six days in a largely informal atmosphere. He will be a few days on a beef farm, and later visit a wheat farm. His activi- ties will include a beef barbecue where he can meet residents. MANY SPEECHES In the last six months, Mr. Stanfield has engaged in a heavy round of speech-making, usually striking out at Finance Minister Benson's white paper on taxation. While he still faces many other speeches, officials say that efforts will be made lo include meet-the-people periods in his travels. There is also ex- pected to be more emphasis on question-and-answer sessions "ith such groups as students. "What we would said one source, "is to see Mr. Stan- field have face-to-face meetings with as many people as possi- ble." Officials say there is invaria- bly a favorable reaction from people who mee.t the Conserva- tive leader in small gatherings. There was also reported to be generally favorable reaction concerning the publicity Mr. Stanfield received after he went on a Toronto stage recently to be kissed by members of the cast of Hair. But there were also a few let- ters to arrive in Ottawa saying, in effect, tut-tut. "One kissing politician is wrote one woman. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects "Cheyenne Social Club" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Great Caruso" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Chisum" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "African Safari" "Marooned" One Complete Show V.S- Newspapers Open Battle On Pollution LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The Courier-Journal and The Times, as an anti-pollution mea- sure, will re-use some of the 95 tons of newspapers they circu- late daily in the community. Reclaiming the paper will in- volve a de-inking process devel- oped in New Jersey and used later in California and Illinois. "We want to ?.void a credibil- ity gap between our stand on anti-pollution and what our pa- pers actually said John Richards, vice-president of op- erations. "We'd like to use to tons of recycled newsprint a year once we get the program he added. Recycled paper was used on a limited basis here last year. Sanitation officials estimated the project would cut the refuse burden on the city's already ov- erloaded incinerator by about 30 per cent. In addition, an esti- mated 17 trees are saved with every ton of newsprint sal- vaged. SMALL SIZE The pygmy owl is about the size of a bluebird. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre TICK TICK" in Melrocolor, starring Jim Brown, George Kennedy and Fredric March. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday. August 24. 25 and 20. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "VIRGlfo SOLDIERS" in color, starring Lynn Redgrave and Hyweli Bennett. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 24, 25 and 26. Monday, show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult 18 years and over. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SKULLDUGGERY" in technicolor, starring Burl Rey- nolds, Susan Clark and Roger C. Carmcl. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 25 and 20. Tuesday show at 8.30 p.m. Adult Not suitable (or children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MARLOWE" in Metrocolor, starring James Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt and Rita Moreno. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 24, 25 and 26. Monday show at p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take Ihe family to a movie Mary Tyler Moore Back MARY TYLER M0011E Has Own Show Actor's Son Missing In North NEW YORK (AF) Timothy Wayne, 22, the son of actor David Wayne, was reported missing while on a camping trip near Ycllowknife, N.W.T., his father said Sunday. Young Wayne and a friend, Malcolm Best, both of Wesfport, Conn., had rented a cabin on Lake Yellowknife, the actor said. The RCMP discovered an overturned canoe, two life jack- ets and two paddles in the water near the cabin last Tues- day. In Yellowknife, 600 miles north of Edmonton, RCMP said a search has been under way since Aug. 18 for two persons whose upturned canoe was found on Prosperous Lake. RCMP said it appears un- likely "anybody survived be- cause if they swam to shore they probably would have been found by now." The search is being continued on the lake, 10 miles northwest ot Yellowknife. Magistrate Pays Fine For Man Without EDMONTON (CP1 Mag- istrate Hugh Russell convict- ed an Edmonton man on a charge of parking on a side- walk, fining him The man the court- room to pay the fine and dis- covered he did not have SI with him so returned to the courtroom to ask for time to pay. "Let it not be said that anyone fined a minimum fine in my court asked for time to the magistrate said as he dug a dollar bill from his pocket. Vickers Injured Iii Accident SALZBURG, Austria (AP) Canadian tenor Jon Vickers, who suffered brain concussion in a road accident here Aug. 16, was reported today to be re- covering. But doctors at ths Salzburg Provincial Hospital said Vickers continues to feel weak and is only rarely allowed to leave his bed. First reports said Vickers, 44-year-old native of Prince Al- bert, Sask., would be able to leave hospital today, but Salz- burg sources said he probably would have to stay in the clinic one week more. There was no explanation for the delay, nor was it known whether complications followed Vickers' accident. By CYNTHIA LOWKY HOLLYWOOD (AP) Mary Tyler Moore, who has been away from television since The Dick Van Dyke Show was abandoned in 19C5 at the peak of popularity, is back to work in the medium which, she now knows, is her first love. It is her own series, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and it is set to premiere on CBS Sept. 19. The Dick Van Dyke Show, in which Mary played Dick's wife for five years, made her a star, the prototype of the at- tractive young married woman and the envy of every woman who has ever worn slacks. Van Dyke, Mary and the show's resident genius, Carl Reiner, were eager to move ahead with other projects, notably film careers. Mary is the first to come home. Van Dyke and Reiner will return next season. "As it turned out, I wasn't too crazy about working in said Mary, over a dressing-room luncheon cons- isting of shaved alfalfa in a health-food salad and a low- calorie soft drink. "It was one of the worst experiences in my whole life." HER SHOW FLOPPED Mary and Richard Cham- berlain were to star in a big, lavish Broadway musical based on the Truman Capote story Breakfast At Tiffany's, but it ran into all sorts of trouble and closed abruptly out of town. Mary crept home to hus- band and Hollywood and con- templated the rewards of vol- unteer work and PTA meet- ings. "Now I know that it was, in a way, good for me. I'd had things pretty easy up to then, and from it I gathered a kind of some scar tissue." Then CBS came along with a special reuniting her with her former co-star in Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman. "After that, somebody at CBS called up and asked me if I wanted to come back and I agreed. There were meet- ings and papers were signed and then we got around to deciding what we didnt' want to she said. They knew a half-hour situ- ation comedy was best but they didn't want another of those kooky wives with a dope for a husband. There were al- ready plenty of widows around and a divorcee was lot of people react badly to divorcees." Eventually, they came up with what, in today's youth market, seems pretty daring: Mary will play Mary Rich- ards. 30-year-old spinster, a career girl with marriage on her mind but not man-crazy. But would anybody believe that a girl as attractive as Mary Richards had reached the terrible 30s without any romantic entanglements? It has been handled ex- pertly: Mary Richards, when the audience first sees her, will just have terminated a long romantic relationship and landed in Minneapolis to heal and forget. Just exactly how romantic the relationship was will be left to the perception of the in- dividual viewer. Expand Program For Retarded OTTAWA (IP) An ex- panded program to hire the mentally retarded was an- nounced here by John J. Car- son, chairman of the Public Service Commission. A pilot program, limited to Ottawa since it b e g a n in 1967, is being expanded to other parts of the country, he said in a news release. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming Schedule Aug. 25th Aug. 31st, 1970 inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS UNTIL OCTOBER 1st, 1970 LIONS POOL Tues., Aug. 25lh- Public Swimming Wed., Aug. 26lli- Public Swimming Thurs., Aug. Pubiic Swimming Fri., Aug. 28lh- Public Swimming Sol., Aug. 29th- Pubfic Swimming Sun., Aug. 30lh- Public Swimming Mon., Aug. 31 si- Public Swimming HENDERSON POOL Tues., Aug. 25lh- lo Public Swimmin Fri., Aug. 28th- Sal., Aug. 29lli- Public Swimming Sun., Aug. Public Swimming Mon., Aug. 31st- Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. The locale, too, is unusual since, by one ot TV's unwrit- ten rales, urban situation comedies are routinely set in New York or Los Angeles. Miss Moore will play a Girl Friday in a television station's news room. I DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridge H NOW SHOWING Tonight at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN They make their own laws at "The Cheyenne Social dub" mm ttmii HCHIMS WESEHTS JAttES STEWART _ HENRY FONDA 'THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB ...WHERETHE WtSI WAS MADE! Pius CARTOON PHONt 71100 RE EN ACR IS III I W TONIGHT and TUESDAY j mooner THeGRear ON6S! PECK DAVID If JAMES FRANCISCUS Avividexperience.just j GENEHACKMAN MAROONED plainthrillinglAcliff- hanger in HIT NO. 2 Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. 'AFRICAN IN COLOR OLLEGE IN EM A COLLEGE MAU 328-6300 NOW SHOWING Tonight at 7 ond p.m. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER "JOHN WAYNE" AS THE TOUGH, ROUGH "KING OF THE PECOS" Plus Cartoon Featurette 0 company NEXT ATTRACTION 'BENEATH THE PIANET OF THE APES' IN COLOR with CHARITON HESTON__________ cinema TONIGHT ONLY Brought Back to Thrill You Again! Tonight at 7.15 and 9.30 p.m. Only! "EheGrmL by TECHNICOLOR ANN LANZA-BLYTH DOROTHY MRMHA KlRSTEN-NOVOTNA ULANCHtTHEBOM TUESDAY ONLY AUcDONAL MISONtDD 3 SHOWS--2.15, 7.15 and 9.30 p.m. ;