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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY BASEBALL: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Montreal Expos, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Dodgers, frantically chasing San Fran- cisco in Hie western division race of the National League, meet one of baseball's hottest, clubs, the Expos. COMRDY: Vram A Hint's Eye View, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Millie allows a pair of distressed ncwlyweds to move into her hole] room. FOOTBALL: Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Edmonton Eskimos, R p.m., Ch. ill: The Bombers and Eskimos, both experiencing their problems in the Western Conference, tangle in lidmonton. MOVIE: Away all Boats, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: The land and sea adventures of the crew nf an attack transport, start- ing will) its shakedown cruise and reaching a climax with its fight, against the Japanese navy. Jeff Chandler, George Nader and Lex Barker star. SPOUTS NFL Action, p.m., Ch. 11: Steelers '70, a profile of a young team building for the future. VARIETY: Johnny Cnrson Show. p.m., Ch. 9: Joey Bishop continues his duties as Johnny's pinch hitter with Hines, Hines and Dad and the man of .the dry wit, former baseball player Bob Uecker, among the guests. MOVIE: The Unguarded Moment, p.m., Ch. 13: Rosalind Russell co-authored this story of a high school football hero suspecled of assaulting an attractive music leacher. Esther Williams, George Nader and John Saxon are the stars. MOVIE: Tlic Betrayal. p.m., Ch. 7: An ex-pilot, blinded by the Germans, hears a voice bargaining for his own life. Philip Friend stars. THURSDAY MOVIE: Manhunt in the Jungle, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A film which chronicles Cdr. George Dyott's 1028 search through Brazil for the famed Co. P. H. Fawcett who disappeared there in 1025. Robin Hughes and James Wilson star. Trimbles Progrdrru are by Ihe radio and television nations. Any ".variation Ih program thedulei is due to Ion minute chatigei by fh0 and Jc nor the ol the Herald or Trimbles ti're Supply. WEDNESDAY NIGH F 6.m .kiln CII.T 'jlij.v C ,rr-t CHEC THURSDAY Jran Pauicv Boh HesKetn Total ir.lcrnieTior J2.-JU HC-.M, Sjjrrrb 1 1.16 EVti f.ViKc tfurry Richard Gorrfon cjoc WEDNESDAY NIGHT a.m. Doug AnUor- Probe son Show News, Sport IHUHSDAT 1.00 News and Grain 5-30 Jrck Thys Prices CBC News Jim Elliolt 7-50 News, Wlhr, Scort Maiinee Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram Probe 1220 World al Six Request MClion Shnw John Show Wayne Barry World at if CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don McMasler Sporls Bob Cencle Major News Mike Marry d-QO Don Hedmsn Sporls a.m. Don McM if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary GcrUSSl Morning Concert WEDNESDAY NIGHT llr03Age o! Elogi Wen of Brass IZr03 Music Pasl Sounds Like Europe Widnighl Rule and Revolulion -rmiDcnAv B.-03 Concern THURSDAY Ideas Nchvnrk Eye Opener Nalional News News From Ihe Capitals World al 8 Five Nighls p, Commentary Thealre News, Wlhr. Maiinee Radio Noon Holiday Maiinee Afternoon Concert BBC News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 IIth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL 6 CYLINDER With the latest electronic equipment yotr Ret 20 vital services and performance checks. Come in today! All repairs fully sg.oo PIUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER sg.oo PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Betrayal Spsnme Street S-CO EXDO BaseCall THURSDar Luncheon Dale ra ,1, e--5 Somelhlng to Think 1.00 Movie: Manhunt In 7.2C Vacdhcn Canada Abou, ,ho E.Oo Ail Farm Facts Meet Mullelf Boa IS (c) Pinnochio Take JQ Pro? Tiiv.i! RIpcord Edge Of lr] 11.10 Telcprobe 1 Banana Spiffs Fireball XL5 jrmet Movie: Unguarded Tananlula Famous Jury CFfN-TV Leihbridge Channel 13 Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGnT News Mnvie 5-30 Gideon's Way Ern'rcf iVannfrig in 5! ThniKfhl for Day World (c) i-irsl and Ton Universily Of Air Trouble wllh Tracy B- r-L Eel Allen A.00 Wan Trap SparlLhcat '71 in Conversation A-.3Q Beat the ClocK ll.QlNewi ic) Parly Game (c) BucKshol KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today Show Days Ol Our Lives Today In Montana The Doctors (c) ConcflilJ-aMon fc) Another World (c) Family Affair (c) Edge of Night B.30 Hollywood Squares Comer Pyle (cj Jpnpnrdy (c) Merv GrIMIn Who, VVHSI, Whoro Hillbillies (c) G.imo (c) Cronkilc Nnws NBC Nlnhtly HCW5 in Of) j.-jo Fsmlly "Affair As the World Turns News WEDNESDAY NIGHT Vniybcrry RFD Mtn Irorn Shilofi 7.CO Hawaii Kivc-0 Mnr.ic Mall Nnv.-i lomnhl Mirjv THURSDAY Our World Siiltilp A'iricullurf KPBB-TV Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WCDNEJDAY IIIGM1 l Fylflr OErttlirs Fnlher (c) O NTL Action 10. JO DJch Caved THURSDAY Nrwlyv.rd Game 5 I.Triii News (c) News JO JO Lcf'i Mako t Deal Odd (c) .s Lake now appruiich lo content New television lineups announced Wedneidny, August 25, 1971 THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Lewis: farm policies product of technocrats TORONTO (CP1 The 1971- 72 programming schedules of the CBC and CTV television net- works reflect a difference in ap- proach to meeting Canaclian- conlcnl, quotas set down by the Canadian Kadio-Tclevision Com- mission. While tile CBC emphasizes Canadian-produced shows about Canada and Canadians in its new season lineup, the CTV sup- plements shows from the Uni- ted States with Canadian pro- duced programs that frequent- ly feature U.S. performers. Spokesmen for Iralli networks said here their schedules will exceed CRTC rerjuircmcnls lor Canadian content. The commis- sion sels an over-all daily and prime-time cjuota of 00 per cent for the publicly-owned CBC for owned stations. and 50 per cent for privatcly- ,vncd stations. The CRTC has not defined Ca- nadian content as il applies to television, but stations uncer- tain of a program's qualification can ask the commission for a ruling. The CTV spokesman said ilj would be unlikely that the com- mission would not accept as Ca- nadian content any program that "makes use of Canadian resources." Of 11 'lew shows appearing on (he CTV mlwork in the coming Gleason building castle FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.jboLh plionograph records and j (AP) Jackie Gleason is mov-j prerecorded tapes, registered ing into a five-level, an increase in 1970 of 4.7 per Lownhouse with "a sunken pit cent over 1969, the Recording for my pool [able j Industry Association of America j Sweet It bar in almost' says every room." j Total pales were SI.660 billion. The television comedian, cur-1 compriretl with 51.586 billion in reutly on unem- scKon, five are produced in Canada. Of Jiolling' On The River, an hour-long musical variety show, is headlined by U.S. musicians Kenny Rogers and The Edition with oc- casional visils from Canadian comedian Jjilly Van; All About Faces, a morning game show, has U.S. performer Uichard Naves as hast, and Story Irc is a television adaptation of FAUIER (CT) Aibcrta and federal agricultural poli- cies are the product of tcchno- crats who ignore the human clement in their plans, David Lewis, national New Democra- tic Parly leader, said Tuesday night. Mr. Lewis told a public meet- ing reject Social Credit and the Progressive Conservatives in dramatized fairy talcs and fa-1 the Aufi 30 provincial general Ues originally produced on election if they wanted to ex- press effectively their opposi- tion to current agricultural h'ol on liic pi rT funn m-v eliint-ry riflit in- come fnmrpplrrs lo the farmer from the federal treasury, a two-price syslem for wheat and "we should consider a pro- gram of special grants and credits to qualified young Ca- nadians who to establish th at Alberta voters must themselves on viable, economic: farms." Broadway The other two Canadian- JACKIE GLEASO.V Lives Good Life Calgary actor in Iiospilal LOS AKGELES (Reuler) Canadian born movie actor Rod Cameron, 50, was taken to hospital here Tuesday when he did not awake in tile morning after taking a sleeping- pil) dose. The Calgary native later was pronounced in satisfactory con- dition. His wife told reporters Cam- eron wns H'Jferijig from ex- hau.stion caused by o r k and bleeding ulcers. She said he took a sleeping- pill and beer after returning home from filming in the des- ert. She said she called an am- bulance she was unable to awaken him. ployment compensation from CBS, is leavijig Miami but won't go far "I'm building this weird cas- tle at Inven-ary, a big develon- k menl west of Fort Gloason said. It has 14 rooms. The Jackie Gleason Show went off the Eir after Ihe 1970 ser.son when "The Crest One'' refused [n bow to CBS The network had demanded that he lurn the BO-minute variely show into a full-time situation comedy known as The Honey- mooners. Since that time the 53 year-old Gleason married the former Of this, phonograph record sales accounted for bil- lion, of which billion was in long-playing albums. In 19G9, total record sales amounted Lo 51.170 billion. NEW YORK (AP) More than letters and cards ex- presshig condolences on the death of Louis Armstrong have been received by his wife. They have come from more than 30 countries. NO LOUNGE PETROLIA Ont. (CP) A golf, booze and romance." Broadway producer Alexan- ven Rest Home here has been signed hy 75 of the home's 170 residents. Gordon Titus, admin- der Cohen is currently dickering of (he horne sait] lhe v.ilh Gleason regarding a six-1 rcbidenls ioot the on part television MTICF. Cohen thc prti. wants Gleason lo play the We tjon folloiviiip recent role in lhe Lite of Barnum. CBS's writing staff is also workint on possible scripts for six Gleason specials. NEW YORK (AP) Manu- facturers' sales of recordings, SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A NEW LEAF" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Elaine May and Jack Westin. Wednesday, August 25. Show at 15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CHANGE OF MIND" In color. Starring Raymond St. Jacques, Susan Oliver, and Janet MacLachlan. Wednes- day, August 25. Show at p.m. Adult Not Recom- mended For Children. P1NCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY" In color. Starring Joanna Shimkus and Franco Nero. Wednesday, August 25. Show al p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP" In color. Stan-ing Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn. Wednesday, August 25- Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. legislation allov.'ing homes for the aged lo set up liquor lounges- Today's Showtimes Short Subjects "Billy Jackri Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer of ''12'' Last Complete Show 9.20 COLLEGE CIXEJ1A Short Subjects "The Gunfight" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DMVE-iN "Odd Couple" "Love Story" One Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store BIdg. Ph. 327-7244 Ulhbridgi LETHBRIDGE FAMILY T FALL PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS THURSDAY and FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 and 27 6 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON MONDAY and TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 and 31 6 TO 9 P.M. PROGRAMS START TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th FOR INFORMATION CALL 328-7771 In the Centre of Things FRI., AUG. 27 BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' WED., AUG. 25 VIMY LOUNGE 'CAMEOS' AUG. 26 VIMY LOUNGE VERA SINCLAIR SAT., AUG. 28 VIMY LOUNGE 'ANYTHING GOES' i Royal Canadian Legion i GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. SAT., AUG. 28 BEAVER ROOM '4 JACKS' produced shows making their debut on the CTV network this fall are Yoga, produced in Van- couver, and Anything You Can Do, a game show out of Ottawa. The remaining newcomers to the network are U.S. shows: Ni- di o 1 s, a turn of-the-century western starring James Gar- ner; The Persuaders, an adven- Lure series with Tony Curtis and Roger Moore; The Partners, a comedy series featuring Don j Adams and Rupert Crosse; Longs1 reet, stories of a blind in- surance investigator played by James Franciscus; Funny Face, a comedy starring Sandy Duncan, and Shirley's World, with Shirley MacLaine. The CBC is introducing 28 new shows in the 1971-72 season, 14 of which are Canadian- produced. These include: The Tenth Decade, a 10 program political lihtory of Canada in the Kth dccrdc of Confederation (1937- Ideas of Canada, a series of one-hour films interpreting tlie development of Canada; a series of National Film Board of Canada films; a Sunday night j series of filmed Canadian dra-1 mas: the of Jama I series based on the novels of Canadian authoress Mazo de la Roche; two day-time drama series: Family Court and Paul Alpha- bet Soup, a children's program produced in Toronto; Video One. a public-af- fairs series; In The Blood, a va- riety series featuring the big band sounds of the '30s and '40s with Canadian entertainer Jack Duffy as host; Midweek, a com- panion series to the returning information program, Weekend; Replay, a sports talk show with former Canadian football star Russ Jackson and sports broad- caster Bob Moir as co-hosts; Let's Call The Whole Tiling Off, a comedy variety series out of Montreal, and Mr. Wiz- ard, a science-information ser- ies originating in Ottawa. HAS NEW SHOWS Other new shows for the CBC are: Cannon, an American det- ective series; The Mary Tyler Moore Show; The Carol Burnett Show; three British series: No, That's Me Over There, Man At The Top and The Benny Hill Show; O'Hara, U.S. Treasury, the new David Janssen series; an Australian advenvtre scries: The Rovers; The Jimmy Slew- art Show; The Flip Wilson Show; Elizabeth H, a BBC suc- cessor to The Six Wives of Henry VIII series; Get Smart, the Don Adams series now de- funct in the U.S.; Getting To- gether, a musical-comedy series with Bobby Sherman, and The New Diefc Van Dyke Show. CBC shows seen during 1970- 71 that Mill not be returning this season include The Ed Sullivan Show, The Bill Cosby Show, Ad- ventures in Rainbow Country, The Bold Ones, The Red Skelton Show, Storefront Lawyers, So- merset Maugham Theatre, The Odd Couple, The Interns, Music Album, The Monty Python Flying Circus, Julia, Most Deadly Game, Zul and 55 North Maple. CTV shows of last season that will not be back include Univer- sity Challenge, Hee Haw, The Carol Burnett Show, Tile Johnny Cash Show, The Barbara Mc- Nair Show. The Andy Williams SlMT. The Glen Campbell Good- time Hour and the daytime ser- ies, Famous Jury Trials and Trouble With Tracy. policies. An NDP agricultural policy would include "co-operative op- eration of family "con- S1VING TO MARKET OSLO (Reuler) Norwe- gians for (he first time favor entering the European Com- mon Market if Britain and Den- mark join the Six. a new Gallup poll disclosed here. The L.C.I. Students Union Proudly presents SNOW THE FEELING" Friday, August 27th-9 p.m. at the L.C.I. BE THERE! The dance is open to all Senior High School Sludentl. Tickets from Studenl Union Members or ot Ihe door. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH THURSDAY, AUG. 26th at 8 p.m. THREE 1 in 59 Nos. 1 in 54 Nos. 1 in 49 Nos. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AttOWEDI Public Upstairs Elks and Guests Downstairs Including The Lounge and Dining Room "COME ONE COME ALL" ENTERTAINMENT for EIKS and GUESTS in CtUB ROOMS THURSDAY AUG. 26 HIGHWAY SOUTH 4 FRIDAY AUG. 27 BRIDGETOWN TRIO SATURDAY AUG. 2B RAYMOND CANADIANS LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 4 __________ TONIGHT THRU. SAT. al and p.m. InBejoEio, ihey pay lo see a man kill a bull Today, they'll pa? to see nan kill another aa KIRK DOUGLAS JOHNNY CASH HA GUNFIGHT11 OWE ALEXANDER KAREN BLACK IN COLOR A ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Just a person who protects children and other living things RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and THURS. AT ond P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and THURS. AT ond P.M. T, A Robert Rolh In life tliercs a SUMMER OF'42 1 Compltle Show ol p.m. GATFS OPEN AT P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and IK'JRS. GREEN ACRES ;