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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 28, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY SPORTS: Football, p.m., Cli. 11: The New York Giants meet the Pittsburgh Sleelers in a pre-season game. MOVIE: Hotel Paradise, (i p.m., Cli. 9: A French farce in which a beautiful woman's plans to make her husband jealous gels out of hand. Stars Gina Lollobngida and Alec Guinness. SPECIAL: The Wolf Men, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Rerun of a documentary about scientists' race to cleanup Ihe reputation of the wolf and save the animal from extinction. VARIETY: Here Come the Slars, 8 p.m., Cli. Guests are Joey Bishop, Jack Carter, Henry Youngman, Redd Foxx and Norm Crosby. MOVIE: Destiny of a Spy 8 p.m., Cli. 13: A retired agent must decode a cryptic code to destroy a counter-radar system devised by a British scientist. With Lome Greene. MOVIE: Black Widow, 9 p.m., Cli. 7: Van Heflin and Ginger Rogers star in a 1954 mystery about the murder of a pretty young husband-chaser. SPECIAL: Expo '70, 10 p.m., Cli. 13: Tom Gould hosts a visit to Osaka, notably to tte competitive U.S. and U.S.S.R. pavilions. MOVIE: The Leopard, p.m., Ch. 7: A study of the social changes wrought in an upper-class Italian family in the 1860s. Stars Burt Lancaster. MOVIE: The Solid Gold Cadillac, p.m., Ch. 13: The president of a large corporation gives a blonde stock- holder a plush job with the company. Stars Judy Holliday and Paul Douglas. SATURDAY SPORTS: Baseball, a.m., Ch. 7: The Oakland Athletics meet the Detroit Tigers. PUBAFFAIRS: Klahanie, p.m., Cli. 7: Haida In- dians are seen raising a totem pole, in the first of two shows on the Queen Charlotte Islands. PORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Cli. Highlights of America's Cup races between French ano Australian yachtsmen, plus the Biennial Curtis Cup (all- women) golf competition. Programim lUltd by Hit anJ Any vrirtfe.. in Proflrom h d.. I. mlnula clung M bv .lotion. K woniibllity .f Tht T.Uvuiait. News on the Hour Wthr., Sporis on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tlvidar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Wealher CBC News Church Bulletin Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys Show News News if CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports o FRIDAY NIGHT 1! Farm News, Stocks 1 Dinner Showcase 4 8-00 Back to the Bible 6 Voice of China World Tomorrow Ben Pederson 5 6: News fifteen minutes to 7; the hour. 8- Monday thru Friday n a.m. Larry 12; Donahue 12 a.m. John David 1 Horn 4 :00 Larry Donahue :00 The Other Side :00 Torn Mitchell :00 Shawn Kelley SATURDAY 00 a.m. Ron Stone 50 a.m. Farm Snow :30 Major News :00 News :05 Brent Pedersen ;15 p.m. Farm Show :30 News :05 Showtime :05 Caravan n the Half Hour 5-00 News, Sports and Weather SATURDAY News fifteen -minutes to the hour. a.m. The Other Side a.m. Larry Donahue John David Horn 4-00 Tom Mitchell Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Week Theatre Teen Morning Concert Alarm ClocK at) Action Set Five Nights Friday S Page a Rev. Bill Portman South Alberta page Bestway Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUE! SOLID STATE STEREO ft Fully transistorized 6 push button control ft Tuner Provision for tape Input end output SAVE AT ONLY Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigthsl CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION APPLIANCES Cor. 4lh Ave.-5lh St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIBHT Movie: Sports WGeK (O Quick Draw Back Widow Wreslling McGraw (cl News ..m anH The Three Stooges Teleprobe Teleprobe 1 Movie: Land of Giants c The Leopard 7-30 Corner Pyle SATURDAY Here Come Ihe Baseball: Pills- Stars c burgh at Atlanla Education Hi Diddle Day (c) Klaharie (c) Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) News Lassie [cl News (cl Animal World c 11 :JO Movie: Movie: Solid Gold Cadillac Taggart (c) Universily of Air Wreslling Kiddies on Kamera SATURDAY 3-00 From the Sidelines TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Uncle Bobby Flintstones (c) Dick- Van Dyke From the Sidelines ThTwolf Men (c) Thought for Day Sporis DIoest- (e) Movie: Underdog (c) Sports Ho! Seat (c) Ddsfiny of a Spy c Uncle Bobby (c) Wide World of Expo in Ihe Joe 70 (c) Sports, (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY J-30 NBC Nightly News Here Comes Ihe News c Grump Hillbillies Dastardly and Movie: Hotel Mulllov c Paradise (c) Wacky Races Once Before I Die Banana Splits News c Fllntslones 9-30 Tonight Show The Monkccs Penelope Pitslop Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball Bugs Bunny 1C) High .Chaparral NBC Nighlly News Green Acres (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch, 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Smofcey Bear Operation Elephant Football: Gianls at Pi'ts. Brady Bunch (c) News Morv Griffin SATURDAY Gulliver Golf: Dow Jones ftorld of Hardy Boys Sporis (c) Sky Hawks Roger Mudd News George of Jungle Flying Nun (c) Get Together Lcrs Make A Deal Newlywed Gama Saturday e Welk SEPTEMBER is the month summei' gets its pink slip, but there's this much to be said for it: in September, tele- vision viewers bid a tearless farewell to summer program- ming. This Monday marks the first new-season shows or returnees on Town, Under Attack, 1 p.m. movie and sup- per-time news at a different hour. Next week's schedule may submit only four changes, but it is certain proof the full new season is not far behind. For sheer boredom, the 1970 summer shows (with a few ex- ceptions) amounted to one pro- longed commercial for radio. Happy Days, Barbara McNair, Evcrly Brothers, reruns of shows which shouldn't have been conceived let alone pro- grammed filled a long, hot summer with long, cold agony. The few briefs lights were Civilisation, which may be I'c- telecast, the Forstye Saga, the occasional SDecial (Burt Bach- the Golcldiggcrs and the Music Machine. Much of the new season's material won't hit the tube until Sept. 7 and after, and a brief survey of the proposed sched- ules for CJLH (CBC affiliate) and CFCN (CTV rebroadcast- suggests CFCN is sitting pretty; CJLH has had to take the chances with new shows because of the demand that the CBC cough up a 60 per cent Canadian content average in prime time. But if CJLH takes a drubbing this year because of its greater number of untried Canadian shows, it always has one hope: CFCN will have to take the chances in 1971 when it must liit the 60 per cent mark. The schedules indicate: CJLH has somehow sandwich- ed in its 60 per cent between a near-glut of movies, including six in prime time (6-11 p.m.) Monday through Friday. Al- though new films, such as Go- dard's Alphaville and Invitation to a Gunfighter are included, the list features largely reruns already seen on TV. News near the 6 p.m. supper hour will disappear. CFCN's hits the air at CJLH's moves to p.m. Both sta- tions are planning extended news coverage, with sucli addi- tions as more in-depth feature reporting. CJLH will draw on CI1CT, the Calgary CBC affiliate, for a one-hour daily children's show produced by Lee Drew, director of Your Own Thing. The show will run opposite CFCN's Buck- shot. The Sunday Hour will return on Channel 7. Additions in local programming will include Don't Turn Me Off, a youth program which started out on a religious tenor but is apparently to ex- pand from this. The Kainai News and Uhickfoot Radio com- bination may also figure in a new public affairs show. CFCN has proposed a return to a tuiiversity-college show, and a farm show, both on Sun- days. The daily morning Today Show, which will be renamed, will return in a half-hour for- mat with host Joan WaleTfield. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Hawaiians" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Beneath Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Beneath Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Beneath Planet of Apes" One Complete Show GREEN ACIlES DRIVE-IN Friday, Saturday and Sunday "Beneath Planet of Apes" "Fantastic Voyage" One Complete Show Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT "The Shamen" SATURDAY The Internationals" 9 p.m. to 1 o.m. ADMSSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE VALLEY OF GWANGI" in Technicolor. Cowboys battle monsters. Friday and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "80 STEPS TO color. Starring Wayne New- ton and Jo Van Fleet. Friday and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. M1I-K RIVER Sunland Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" in color, starring Clint East- wood, Richard Burton and Mary Ure. Friday and Sat- urday, August 28 and 29. Friday show at p.m. Adult.' PICTURE BUTTE-Cinenia Theatre "CUSTER OF THE WEST" in color starring Robert Shaw and Mary Ure. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 28, 29, and 30. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Satur- day at p.m. Saturday and Sunday at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE REIVERS" in Technicolor starring Steve McQueen. Friday and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Not suitable for children. No Matinee Saturday. TABER Tower Theatre "GUNS OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN" in color, star- ring Claudia Cardinale, Henry Fonda and Charles Bron- son Friday, August 28. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Matinee Saturday at p.m. "HEY THERE, IT'S YOGI BEAR" in color. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER" in color, starring John Wayne and Dean Martin. Plus added short features. Fri- day, and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. Got more out of life Take the family to a movie Perhaps the most interesting local production planned, and the only one for prime time, is a 30-mimite public affairs show tenatively scheduled for Mon- days at 6 p.m. on C'JLII. CFCN still looks like little America. It has drawn itself a neaf straight in American-pro- duced drama shows. Added to the old roster of Mannix, Mod Squad, Ironsiilc aiid the FBI, the Lcthbridge station has add- ed The Name of ilie flame, formerly a stalwart of CJLH. Aside from the new Tommy Hunter Show, expanded now to one hour, Country Time and Ed Sullivan, CJLH has gone out of the variety-show business in the evenings. CFCN is taking up the slack however with regulars Johnny Cash, Dean Martin, Andy Wil- liams, Glen Campbell and Tom Jones, and, believe it or not, Barbara McNair. A new variety show out of Calgary, Come Together, is in- triguing if not for its headliner, Cheyenne Winter, then for its site: William Aberhart's Cal- gary Prophetic Bible Confer- ence building. Two excellent shows have moved into evening hours: Un- der Attack, formerly seen in the late hours on CJLH and Untamed World, the CTV-pro- duced nature show, which used to run before supper on CFCN. Still up in the air at this tame is Sesame Street, the wild- ly acclaimed children's show produced by the U.S. National Educational Television network Due to have started on Sept. 28 on CJLH, the series has been stalled by a recent Canadian Radio Television Commission decision to consider it foreign' fare. Initially it was registered as neutral programming. The five hours a week it ran would simply disappear on the books. However as foreign program- ming, it would upset the CBC affiliates' fragile Canadian-con- tent quota, and hence would not be shown. Some of the dropped evening programs will be missed, but dang few: Bonanza, Gunsmokc, Doris Day, My World and Wel- come To It, Green Acres, Fel- ony Squad, Jnlia, My Three Sons, Mission: Impossible, It Takes a Thief, Windfall, I Dream of Jeannie, Diamond Lil's, Jackie Gleason, Flying Nun, Engelbcrt Humperdinck, Petticoat Junction. IRENE'S TUCK SHOP Specializing In HOME MADE CANDY FRESH THIS WEEKEND LIGHT AND DARK FUDGE SEA FOAM CANDY TURKISH DELIGHT CASHEW LOGS ALL CHOCOLATE BARS 3 for 25c 1101 A 4th Ave. S. GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB SUMMER NIGHT FESTIVAL Saturday, August 29th P.M. CLUB HALL-9Hi Ave. and 6th St. N. ENTERTAINMENT BY JACK BLECH "SURPRISES FOR EVERYONE" MEMBERS AND GUESTS BRING YOUR FAMILY COME ALONG to A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT at HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA Sunday, August 30th p.m. FEATURING Aime Campbell Singers SPONSORED BY: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDCE FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE Music by "MUELLERS" FRIDAY, AUG. 28th 9 p.m. ADMISSION 1.50 INCLUDES LUNCH Members and Guests Welcome! cinema TONIGHT THRU TUES. p.m. THE HRWM5 CHARLTON HESTON "THE HAWAIIANS" PAMVISIOH Matinee Sat. at p.m. OLLEGEi IN EM A COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 SHOWING TONIGHT, SAT. AND SUN. AT BOTH THEATRES The bizarre world of "Planet of the Apes" was only the beginning...Now, in the atomic rubble beneath what was once New York...civilization's final battle _ between man and ape is about to begin! BENluIH I HI" DI AMFT JAMES FRANaSCUS rLAINt I THE liorbyDEUIKf HIT NO. 2 DRIVE-IN ONLY 'FANTASTIC VOYAGE' SAT. FIRST SHOW I DRIVE-IN ONE COLLEGE CINEMA I COMPLETE SHOW 1 P.M.-CONTINUOUS I AT 8 P.M. SAME ADMISSION PRICES BOTH THEATRES. ADULTS STUDENTS KIDS 50c. ENDS SOCIAL CLUB" with JAMES STEWART STARTS TOMORROW Here's MATINEE another S.M.A.S.H. 2.15 P.M. for the star of CONTINUOUS MASH Donald Sutherland And DON PICKLES whose humour tickles like a barbed wire fence, TELLY SAVALAS whose fox-hole's no palace his orders make sense, And an EASTWOOD named CUNT, whose Jaw Is like flint and whose idea sparks the whole THESE ARE Kelly's Heroes Panavisiorfand Metroco'or MOM ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ;