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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ____. Tuesday, Augusl 25, 1970 HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE: The Journey of Hubert F. Kennedy, p.m., Cli. II: A film biography, written by historian Arthur Schlesinger of the assassinated American senator. MOVIE: 7 p.m., Ch. A 1965 Bealle movie which sets the toilsome on a madcap clash through London, Uie Alps and the Bahamas. DUAMA: Moil Squad, p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun in which Julie's love for a Middle East student involves her in international political intrigue. With Nico Minardos. VARIETY: Happy Days, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Guest tonight is Buddy Rich. DOCUMENTARY: This Laud of Ours, p.m., Ch.. 7: A rerun profiling Albcrla naturalist Fred Sharpe, who talks about his work with ducks and geese. INTERVIEW: Saul Alinsky, p.m., Ch. 13: The ra- dical organizer discusses the Black Panthers, student radi- cals and his own organizing methods. DEBATE: Lionel Tiger, p.m., Ch. 7: A rerun with the author of Men in Groups, a book which argues males have a biological need of war. WEDNESDAY PUBAFFAIRS: Today, f, a.m., Ch. Today honors the 50th anniversary of the American i9t'h amendment, which gave the vote to U.S. women. MOVIE: The Archangels, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A girl asks her brother's help in persuading their parents to let her marry. With Paoloa Graziosi. MOVIE: Not Wanted on Voyage, p.m., Ch. 7: Two ship stewards disguise themselves as Arabs to recover a passenger's stolen diamond. With Ronald Shiner. Program} ora listed by tha radio and Itatpanl. Any varidlicn in program irfiedulei ii duk to minulo changes by the station) and is not uoniibililv of Tin Horald or Bsslway CJOC News Five Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News, Sports News, Sports :05 Jack Thys Paul Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Snow Phone Bill Show Wayne Bar'y Galloping Gourmet Probe 1220 Farm CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Dent Patterson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone' Farm Show Jean Pautey Comments Way I See tt Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Cattle Prices Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments ___ ___ _ _ Caravan News, Sports, Wthr. News, Wthr., Sports The Way I See It Farm News, Stocks Stock Market THFr FM Report Woman's World MON. THRU FRl. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour 6-00 a.m. Tom Mllcheli a.m. CHEC f-Afl Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FAA Sports p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR it- Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo Midnight World al Six WEDNESDAY The Happy Time Eye Opener Guest Appearance News Operas we Like Sports Tuesday Night An Evening of Opera National News Nights A Week Theatre Glenn Gould 12: Rev. Bill Portman 1: World at Eight 2; Commentary 2: Morning Concert 3: Galloping Gourmet 3: Gerrusi! 4: Nathan Cohen A: News Chronicle Matinee Cdn. Short Stories :55 Digging the Past High Noon :15 Four for Forty Entre Nous :55 Personally :03 Afternoon Concert :55 Acluallly ;00 BBC News :10 Weather Bestwciy Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUE! SOLID STATE 0 Fully transistorized 6 push button control Tuner 0 Provision for tope input and output SAVE AT ONLY..... Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigths! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Cha TUESDAY NIGHT 11 HR Pufnstuff (c) The Three Stooges Teleprobe 7 Mission Impossible (c) Don Messer (c) 10: Happy Days (c) 10: McQueen (c) 10; The Bold Ones (c) 11 This Land of Ours ll News (c) nnel 7 {Cablevision Ch, 6) :20 Teleprobe r Under Attack :dO Meet Mulletl WEDNESDAY Mr. Dressup Luncheon Date Part 1 Cartoon Party Luncheon Dole Part 2 Movie: Not Want On Voyage Take 30 :30 Ed Allen 00 McHale's Navy 30 Friendly Giant {O Edge of Nigh! 45 Chez Helene Galloping OPU :00 Meet Mullet! Banana Splits 25 Double Exposure Quick Draw :55 News McGraw (c) CFCN-W Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} TUESDAY NIGHT News The Best of Berton Uncle Bobby News (c) Peyton place FHntstoncs (O Edgar Wallace Romper Room Dick Van Dyke Today Lucy Show (c) The Honeymooncrs University of (he BucKshot (c) News fc) Air Movie: Archangel Mod Squad (c) WEDNESDAY Magistrate's Court Everley Brothers Though! lor Day People In Cor.llict fc) Universiiy of Air Doctor's Diary c Department S (c) Srnari Alec (c) Cartoons (c) Our World (c) Today (c) Bobby KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today Show c The Doctors c Today in Montana Another World TUESDAY NIGHT Jeannie (c) Debbie Reynolds (c) Julia (c) Movie: Help News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Agriculture Our World oa n onn no o Sale of the Century Edge ot Night c Hollywood Squares Gomcr Pyle c Jeopardy c Mike Douglas c Who, What, Where Andy Griffitn Game Cronkite News c News Another World Somerset c World Turns c Our Lives c Lucille Ball NBC Nightly News (c) News c The Virginian (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) (c) Linkleltcr Love Is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital TUESDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place Movio: Mo and Hillbillies (c) the Colonel (c) Jack LaLanne (c) Movie: The Jour- Woman's World ney of Robert F. Best of Everything Kennedy (c) A World Apart c Marcus Weloy M.D. Al! My ChiMien TV-5 NfiVW Make a Deal t Morv Griffin NcwIywHl WEDNESDAY Dallntj Game c News Secret Storm c Capl. Kangaroo c One Life to Live Dark Shadows That Gir! Galloping Gourmet TV-5 News Where's Huddles Gomer Pyle Hogan's Heroes (c) Lower Car Insurance Study Urged OTTAWA (CP) The federal government should establish a joint inter-departmental com- mittee to study how to lower cap insurance and car repair costs to the consumer, Barry Mather saic: today. He also said the new federal motor vehicle safety standan regulations, announced last weekend, are for the most part merely copies of the regulations established in the U.S. some years ago. He called for a number of safety measures, including: and rear bumper con- struction standards, trunk pene- tration and other standards in- cluding side-impact and door- crash resistance standards and rear-windows defrosting stand- ards. restraint-systems, motor vehicle exhaust emission standards, new examination of seat and shoulder belt anchor- ages, tire and other component safety ratings, and changes to allow drivers to more easily xlentify and reach essential ve- hicle controls. Navy Seeks Nerve Gas Storage Site ANCHORAGE (AP) The Anchorage Daily News says he navy has been scouting Adak Island in the Aleutians as a possible site for storing nerve now kept on Okina- va. The newspaper said it was ,old by informed sources that navy inspection team headed Vice-Admiral William F. iringle, commander of the Vavy's Pacific air arm, was in Adak early last week to in- pect the suitability of the is- and as a storage site for thp [as. The military immediately denied the report. Admiral Bringle, whose icadquarters are in Hawaii, las visited Adak and Kodiak he week before and this week, iut said that his mission was in "administrative inspection" if naval air units in Alaska, The News said "authoritative ources informed the paper hat a weapons storage depot in Adak and a facility on icarby Taa-Aga Island are be- ng considered as the actual torage sites." Johnston Island in the Pacific vas listed as a possible alter- ative. Ailing Olivier Told To Rest LONDON {AP) Sir Laur- nce Olivier has suffered a mild hrombosis and bronchias pneu- lonia, associates said today, lis doctors have, ordered him to est for two or three months. Sir Laurence, 63, director of he National Theatre, has been ilagued with illness all year. He uisscd two weeks of perform- nces in The Merchant of Ven- ce earlier this month, and irt Land has been chosen to re- ilace him as Shylock when the ilay returns to London Oct. 16. Singer Treated For Gastritis HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sing- er Tom Jones is being treated it Hollywood Presbyterian Hos- )ital for gastritis an inflam- nation of the stomach. The iritish pop star was reported n good condition. Doctors said ie would remain in (lie hospi- ,al a day or two. Movie Column JULIE ANDREWS Beutlializer Test Charge Dismissed HUMBOLDT, S'ask. (CP) Evidence obtained from a breathalizer test was termed as inadmissible in a charge against a Regina man for im- paired driving, Judge A. L. Boryski of Saskatoon said after dismissing the case against Norman Kozuska. Judge Boryski said an RCMP constable did hot have reason- able grounds to give the test to Mr. Kozuska. The test was given at this town's RCMP detachment, 70 miles east of Saskatoon, after a two-vehicle accident on high- way 20 near the town. The judge said the officer giving the breath test must have grounds the suspected committed an offence within the last two hours, and in this case, the test was conducted before there was any proof Mr. Kozuska had been involved in an accident and driving a ve- hicle. The prosecutiion said an ap- peal would be filed. United States Living Costs Post Rise WASHINGTON (AP) United States living costs in July posted the third consecu- tive monthly rise of four-tenths of one per cent. However, the government said today that, when seasonal factors were con- sidered, it represented a slight easing of the worst U.S. infla- tion in 20 years. Price increases for food, transportation, medical care and some housing costs were :he major factors in last month's rise .that pushed the department's consumer price index to 135.7. The figure means it took last month to buy ,vorth of typical family pur- chases in the 1957-59 period on which the index is based. Tourist Bureau Sponsors Show TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto Tourist and Convention Bureau announced today it will sponsor the NBC Today' Show, to be broadcast live from To- ronto Sept. 17-18. Shows of Canadian origin, to )e produced live in Montreal and Ottawa as well as Toronto, are also being sponsored by the :ederal government, the Ontario government and several private organizations, a spokesman for the bureau said. Total cost is estimated at The Toronto bureau spokes- man said this kind of exposure Kill increase Toronto's mil- ion tourist market. HEALTHY SALARIES American women engineers who graduated in June, 1969, were offered positions at an av- erage of a month. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre TICK TICK TICK" In Metrocolor. Starring Jim Brown, George Kennedy and Fredric March. Tues- day and Wednesday, August 25 and 28. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "VIRGIN SOLDIERS" In Color. Starring Lynn Hedgrave and Hywell Bennett. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 2o and 26. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult 18 years and over. MILK RIVER Suniand Theatre "SKULL BUGGERY" In Technicolor. Starring Burt Rey- nolds, Susan Clark and Rodger C. Carmcl. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 25 and 2G. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MARLOWE" In Mclrocolor. Starring James Garner, Gayle Ilunnicult and Rita Moreno. Tuesday and Wednes- day, August 25 and 2C. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movio Julie Plugs Own Show HOLLYWOOD (AIJ) Ordi- narily you wouldn't expect Julie Andrews to be the kind of star who reports theatre receipts on her movies. But when we met. she cheer- ily told how Darling Lili is doing at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, North Amer- ica's largest film "house: hi the first week for a non-holiday record, in the third week. Why this burst of immodesty? "I'm not so interested for my- she explained, "but I'm happy for Blake. He has been so maligned about this picture that I am delighted he is receivnig some vindication." She referred to Blake Ed- wards, the man who directed and helped write Darling Lili and who since has become her husband. During the making of the film there were reports of extravagance and scrlptless- ness. Lili proved to be an ex- pensive million worth. Edwards has said the film was plagued by rotten luck- bad weather in Ireland, riots hi Brussels, etc. "But I think he managed to make a vastly enjoyable said Julie, who rarely praises her own movies. "People are entertained by it; the Music Hall figures seem to prove that." Elsewhere the grosses have ranged from fair to good. Miss Andrews is accustomed to bad reviews: The Sound of Music drew some of the har- shest knocks in recent film his- tory and still became the all- time No. 1 moneymaker. Com- pared with the earlier musical, Darling Lili has been rather well reviewed, especially Julie's work in it. "Many of the critics couldn't decide what Blake was trying to she analysed. "Some thought he was playing it seriously some believed it was a spoof. They couldn't see that he was actually trying to do both. That's why it can be enjoyed by audicTices of all ages." Julie finished Darling Lili 15 months ago and hasn't made a movie since. Personal considerations had something to do with her inac- tivity: her marriage to Ed- wards, her desire for some rest after four steady years of film making. Also, the expensive film, with which she has been associated, is out of favor in the industry; inexpensive, "relevant" movies are in. She had been scheduled for She Loves Me at MGM and I Do! I Do! for the Mirisch Broth- ers, but both were cancelled be- cause of costs. "I'm hopeful that the produ- cers will go back to the inexpen- sive musical, but no one seems to bs trying that she said. Todays Showtime; PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects "Cheyenne Social Club" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Maytime" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Chisum" Last Complete Show GHEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "African Safari" "Marooned" One Complete Show cinema TONITE ONLY 2 Shows and p.m. Family Entertainment Concerning the current film trend: "I think audiences will always want the s o -c a 11 c d 'blockbuster' kind of film. I'm told that during the Depression people flocked to the movie houses to forget their problems. I think people have that same urge today." THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 5 CANADA GIVES WHEAT ACCRA (Reuters; The Ghana government lias re- ceived a gift of tons of wheat from Canada. The Cana- dian high commissioner. Doug- las Hicks, said the decision to increase aid to Ghana arose from its confidence in the Ghana government. PHILCO COLOR TV riiie RADIO a TV 302 13th St. N. OLLEGE I N E MA COLLEGE MALI TONITE thru THURSDAY at p.m. Plus Cartoon Featurette company j NEXT ATTRACTION (FAMILY) .BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE ._. APES PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES IUNCTION OF..... DRIVE-I LAST TIMES TONITE TONITE thru THURSDAY Adult Not suitable for Children 2 Shows and p.m. They make their own laws at "The Cheyenne Social dub" %5 UTJONU. tUHU nCTUHS NESOIS JAttES STEWART HENRY FONDA. Plus Cartoon "MAROONED" In Color GREGORY PECK "AFRICAN SAFARI" In Color j WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ALL NEW! _. MORE PEOPLE DIE IN DUNWICH THAN LIVE THERE! UUIIWICH HORROR COLOR BORIS KARLOFF. Gates Open Show at p.m. 3 S'10WS 3 TheContinuationof o and P.m. 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