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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J'UHAFFAlll.S; liilllrr .Mlark, clr. 7: Kelly, former coinmiMioiicr of Ihc KCIUI1, is Hie Nnliolllil I'cmlliMI League rxllilnlioM,, Ch. li: The New York jcLi, minus injured quarter- back Jgc Namalh, lake on Kansas City Chicls. MOVIK: Conspiracy lo Kill. 7 p.m., Ch. !i: A dt'puly district attorney uins a manslaughter cnnviciiwi but then has second llicnifiiiU aljcnil ilio testimony of his own key witness. 'J'lie movie was Hie basis for a new hour-Jong television show lo be seen this fall. Stars Robert Conrad. SPECIAL: Alberta Klet'lion Coverage, 8 Cli. 7 and 1J; Coverage of the election starts at eight o'clock and runs to conclusion with results from 75 constituencies. VARIETY: .loliinir Carson Mimr p.m., Ch. 3: Joey Bishop begins his second week as a pinch. hitler tor Johnny. UllAAIA: -Men at Law. p.m., Cli. 11: The lawyers come to the aid of Barbara Millclt, a former coed-activist involved in a bombing. Meg Foster is the guest star. INTERVIEW: Pinw Hortmi Sliow. p.m., Ch. 13: .Mrs. Peter O'Tcolc talks abaul Ihc difficulties and dangers of playing opposite her husband in a movie. TLKSIJAY MOVIE: .Ma ami Pa Ki'UIn at tilt Fair, 1 Ch. 7: An idle fanner and his wife attempt to gel money for their daughter's college luitilion. Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride star, naturally. MOVIE: The Lavi-mler Mill Mob, 1 p.m., Ch. A l.imid but crafty bank clerk decides to relieve the Bank of England of a fortune in gold. Alec Guiness is the star in some say was one of his best roles. tarings Pragramt Are by Ihe' rcidb tmrf Meviii6n Any ii-due to- Iasr-minut0 chamu by jiatloni and reipontiblliry of the Herald or Tire Supjily. News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT John Oliver i Country Dites.t 7.30 Voice of Chin Living Word John Oliver CHEC Weather on Ihe Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Probe urci Wcria Rob Innrarn 9-00 John V.'oll'.or Douq Andcrbcn Show MON. THRU SAT, 6 00 Don Maior Hov.b Hou it Radio MONDAY NIGHT World at Ms Tales ol Ihr i-w lor Ihe RtLord Elr-ctinn c Coverage iil'F CJOC TUEbDAr News end L'.rain 'i i-irk ThvG Price; L) L.UL 1-05 Jim EHioM Parly 5 Phone Bill Line S WaynB Rnrry Matinee 1 Rob Ingram News, V.'inr, Sporl 6 00 World al Six CHEC FM if on Ihe Half Hour '0 News Major fjews J Mike Murry 7 GO Don McMasler CBR 1010 Calgary TUESDAY MflMnrc Lye Opener 12 03 Radin Ncon Holiday Nr-v.'s mid Wcnihcr I Max Ferguson Allprnoor. Concerl 327-2007 314 11th Sf. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL JiL Vv'illi llir liiH-sl rlfc-ironii-, equip men you pul. vi t ;i 1 Kcr v i res fl n rl pprfornvmrc Come in fodoy.' All repairs fully PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER ,00 LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6} MONDAY NIGHT Under AllnrK j Elcchnn n.' Rificord NCWJ. (ci 7 The AvL-nn-irf, 12MO SlnmpcrtP Wrr'.ll LunchcGn Dale Mnvic: Ma and Pa KHIlc nl the Fair Mrcf Mullell Take 30 Eiho cl Nighl 00 G.illnning Gourmcl CFCN Lolhbriclg" Ch. 13 (Cohlnvision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIOHT n .10 I Drprtni of .lr-niinir IJr.v. Mrdic Alliprl lUfSDAf 11.00 (c) i I il i KRTV Grccil Falls Channel 3 (Cnblevision Ch. 9) ft Tod.iy sli.iw (c) As ino Worm Imm r Mi.) Tiicl.iv in MonMii.i Dnys ol Our lives Id [he Doclors 1C) Ih.'.it..- I .im.'v All.lir let Anolhrr World Ic) d'lv-lnr.Ky I1..UI u) Tcltlu ol Niolit lo Kill Ji oi'nnly It) Pyli; Icl y 7il, whrrn Mrrv Griffin Show Inniuhl Sliow 3-00 (c) TUESDAY r.'-'i'.--. .c.lo Crcnt-ilo Nnws (c) SMS Our World 10.00 An..iimr wmd A no Ncv 5M5 icllulo AqiKulhno Sin; vl. JO I KFBB-TV Gi-cal Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Sonny nml c.linr A.Ofl I-nnllinll News Din.ih'r, rincp (c) 11-30 Nnws j.trh 1 aLnnnc (cJ Slorm tc) n( Crnlury Olio l-llo lo l.Ivi n.illonmn. Gourmet IrOOMpmory Game Audrey Drtlinn Gfinw fc) I 7-i'fl frniTOl UospHH 'l .'0 lu-i'i) diidrcn 1 Girl iv.ii IL) .LIU npwikhni Nrv.iyv.rfl Nrws (t) The old new breed on U.S. screens HOLLYWOOD (AP) Tlie faces are cldied by creased by age, weathered by exposure, mellowed by experi- ence. These are the faces (hat will bo seen in new series on U.S. television this fall. They are not new faces, but they are com- fortable arid familiar. As never before, television is relying en aclors with an audi- ence idcnlifieation built up over [he years in the movies and on the lube. "These arc faces you can live with, they've got strength and said David Victor, who is producing three series (or ABC. "These are verv an- pealing character stars wnn wonderful faces." Victor added: "I think Ray- mond Burr is a wonderful TV hero. That face and those eyes know here is a man you can talk to. Robert Young has strength and compassion, An- Uiony Quinn is virile and ro- mantic. When you find these people who can stand up to tele- vision's closeups, you've found a star. These are acting faces." One of the most interesting faces on television this year is Cool one Price goes VANCOUVER (CP1 The British Columbia Hotels Asso- ciation said today it ha re- ceived permission from the liquor control to increase Ihe price for draft beer to 25 cents a glass Sept. 1. But the measure of beer must also be increased by one ounce to nine ounces per glass. Draft beer now sells at 20 cents for an eight-ounce glass in British Columbia. The board informed the hotel operators that new 12-ounce glasses were on order from the Dominion Glass Co.. but de- livery being delayed by a strike at the company's plant, fn the meantime, 11 ounce glasses will be used to serve nine ounces of lluit ii[ Au-.iiluiiiy Auiii'd uinnci j Jiwiiitdy. ;i burly mun all tippling mixture of j Irish briiwn and Irish hcyrL who I slars in NBC's Surge. Thai rnix- j lure will come in handy because I lie plays a policeman turned j in Hie last 20 years thai biiy-meoLs-girl tinsel became very said Ken ncdy during a lunch break ''People wanted to see average i guys. They wanted more real j ity. It goes back to Humphrey Bogart and Spencer Tracy Somewhere along Ihe liur: demanded more of that and less i pretty-boy meet s pretty-girl and I hey also demanded some I thing more than looks from the pretty boy. He'd belter be able U> act. Kennedy. 45, was the lieavj until Cool Hand Luke, fcr u'liich lie won an Oscar. started oul the villian in that and ended up Hie, good he said. "That's when they decided I could do other things." From that he went lo the role of cigar-chomping me- chanic in Airpcrt an another 'nomination for an Academy Award. Cool Hand Luke brought oilier rewards, loo. "I got for that role. Now I get. a film.'1 i HACK TO THE MOLD i In Sarge, Kennedy plays a priest, hut in a new movie, Fool's Parade, due in the fall, lie is back in the old mold. He plays a hyrnn-singinp. maniacal killer. One of the film's other stars is James Stewart, who is coming lo television in his own show. "It's fine lo he a character he said. "It's even finer i to be recognized, bul lo reach i the stage where people are lear- ing your clothes off is loo much. I started out as a character actor, and I want lo keep it that Kennedy was raised in a show business family in New York, and his early years were spent in radio. He made his theatrics! debut al the age of Iwo with his parties in the louring company of Bringing Up Falhcr. He joined the army in 1943 and spent 16 years in the serv- ice before a spinal injury forced him out. But the army had brought him back into association with show business, as technical ad- viser lo the Sergeant Bilko ser- ies. Wondny, Augusl 1971 B.C. archbishop VICTORIA ICI') Halfih I: ''Imp of the Caribo. win c'f a chunk of .Mexico'1; caust slip into the Gulf (J ili.-.iro. pn-ernmt-nl tlY DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROS5 A. HOSACK Certified Duilol Nnlional Slore Bldg. Ph. Is Coming! FOR 1 WEEK ONLY! MONDAY thru SATURDAY 8 70 12 P.M. Folk Singers and Recording Arlish Af the friendly DALLAS TAVERN "Try our fully licensed new promises" TRIAL POSTPONED Egypt's former vice-presidenl Sabry. is shown behind steel bars during opening session of his trial in Cairo, Egypt. Sabry, whose trial was postponed (ill Sept. 4, and 90 others arc accused of plaiting to overthrow President Anwar Sadot of Egypt. PHONE moo REEN ACRES i fcifflStv HIM North pipcliners trained under Alberta program J TONIGHT and TUESDAY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT CHUCK WRAY AND THE RAMRODS FEATURING LINDA STEVENS MONDAY, AUGUST 30lh Thru SATURDAY, SEPT. llth Open Tonight (Election Day) p.m. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CORNER ith ST. and 2nd AVE. S. SOUTHERN AVBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE DESERTER" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Cieena, Chuck Connors and Hicardo Monlalban. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 31 and Scpfember I. Monday show at p.m. Adnll. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "COMPANY OF KILLERS" _ In color. Slorrinp Van John- son and Michael Kelly. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 30, 31 and September 1. Monday show al Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ANGEI, liNCHAINErr In color. Staring Dun Slroucl, Luke Tynr Daly and Aklo Ray jlonday. Tues- day and Wednesday. Angus! so. 31 and September 1. Jlonday show al p.m. Adull Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "I LOVE MY WIFE" In color. Starring Elliot Gould and Brenria Jlonday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Ang nsl 30, 31 and September 1. Monday shows at and p.m. Heslricted Adull. ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE. (CPi "What is asked Richard Bclm. ''Civilization is what all the I cily people are in such a panic to get away from every week- he said, answering lus own question. The youth from Whitehorse, Y.T.. was one of 15 "qualified" northerners brought to the prov- ince by Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. for a three-year pipe- line technology training pro- gram. The project was initialed with a view to producing trained pipeline lechnologists for the day when natural-gas transmis- sion lines will Ije built in the North. The (raineos are classified as permanent staff of Altarta Trunk have the option of! staying in the south or return-! ing to their homes when the training ends. Waller IJlondin. 28. likes the sccurily of the program. "When Ihe government launches a (raining program, I you go down south, pick up a di- ploma and go back there are no jobs." Qualified means a minimum Grade 10 education, maturity and an apiilude for technical i training. The young men range in age from 1C to 34. The "northerners" train al a variety of pipeline trades al Al-; berta Trunk compressor sta- tions and installations through- Ihe province. I Behn said he Ls confident peo- pie in Ihe North will operate the pipeline when it is built. He said he feels a sense of responsibility 'to do well on the pro- gram so he can return to the North with a good chance of picking up a supervisory job and ultimately train his people. Drew Diiiui. AJbrrla Trunk compressor slnlion foreman, said the boys seem keener than the average trainee from the prairies. "They are not hung up on the belief the world owes them a living." Showrimes PARAMOL'.NT Short Subjects "Billy Jack'1 Last Complete Show I'AHAMOL'NT CINEMA Short Subjects "Siinuiier of '-12" Last Complete COI.l.KGE CINE.MA "Wilchmakor" Last Complete Show GREEN1 ACHES "When Dinosaurs Hilled the Earth" "TIIX USD" One Complete Show This tsny hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z jusl one ol 13 quality Zenith hearing aid1 One of them mighl be jusl right (or you. Al no obligalion, (esi-licnr a Zenilli hearing aia Zenilh hearings aids are priced from Ihc qualily rocs i LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. LETHBRIDGE age of unknown terrors, pagan worship and virgin sacrifice. RULED THE EMH VICTORIA VElRl SECOND FEATURE Visit the future where love is the ultimate crime. THXII3S :s'-..' ADULT GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT 8 P.M. TONIGHT and TUESDAY ALL AULJLl Not Suitable for Children a fascinating tale of the occult JACK GRELCY'JAY REYNOLDS TRIJUY YOUNG Kit No. 2 "THE WSTCHMA5CER" ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SMORGASBORD Every Monday MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 Reserve Early To Avoid QQ Disappointment! SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. In our licensed Dininq Roan "BILLY JACK" and 'SUMMER OF '42" The Talk Of The Town Jusl a person who prolecls children and other living Ihings RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and TUES. AT crnd P.M. HELD OVER TONIGHT and TUESDAY LAST TWO MIGHTS RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and TUES. AT and P.M. >-j s In everyone's lit' there's n SUMMER OF '42 TECHNICOLOR0 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF IETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE Tuesday, August 31st Monday, September 6th, 1971 Tuos. Aug. 3KI Wed. Sopl. lil Thurv Si-pl. 9nrl [n. Sept. Sol. Sept. 4lh Sun. Scpl. 5lh Mon. Snnl, (Mlt "tnbor Dnv" FRITZ SICK POOt Closed Closed Clo.cJ Clos. J Closed cio.srn LIOSLD HENDERSON POOt Public Swim puMif f 1-00 C 00 Public Swim Pulilic Swim Tublfr i'ni Public Swim Public Swim 1? 00-7.00 ;