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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August 31, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Tate Trial Testimony Halted LOS ANGELES (AP) Testi- mony about the slabbing of a woman market owner stopped suddenly at Hie Sharon Tate murder trial'as defendant S'usan Atkins, ashen laced, laid her MONDAY MOVIE: The Hallelujah Trail, C p.m., Ch. 9: A cartload of whisky is fought over by: miners, cavalry troops, Indians, temperance ladies and con-men. Stars Burt Lancaster. DEBATE: Robert McClure, p.m., Ch. 1: The moder- ator of the United Church of Canada defends1 his approval of abortion. MOVIE: The 2nd Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World, p.m., Ch. 11: A girl happy agent is hired to protect a scientist who has invented an anti-gravity machine. With Tom Adams. PUBAFFAIRS: New Majority, p.m., Ch. 7: A look at the work of animators from the Vancouver Art School. MOVIE: Charlie Chan in London, p.m., Ch. 7: Charlie has tliree days to prevent tee execution of a convicted person he feels is innocent. Stars Warner Oland. TUESDAY MOVIE: The Lone Texan, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A cavalry officer returns home to find he has been branded a traitor. With Audrey Dalton. MOVIE: Do You Know This 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A woman suspects her next-door neighbor is a kidnapper. Stars Dan Duryea. INTERVIEW: Chester Komiing, 3 p.m., Cli. 7: Take 30 talks with the veteran Canadian diplomat from Lacombe. Itslid by radia and television ilattoni. alien in prosiem idiodulw h lo Inrt- mngei by Iht itotiont end it no) iht woniibility Tht Hlrflld Btttwuy Tiltmwn. CJOC News 5 Minutes to the hour. Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tivldar Market Renorl Paul Tlvidar B.C. at Calgary News, Weather Rob Ingram Phone Bill Show CBC News Galloping Goui Continental Knap- Gardening sody Farm Distinguished News Artists TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show Sports Jack Tliys Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar Prodc 1330 CHEC News on ihe Hour Wthr., Sports on Ihe Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT News, Wthr., Sports News fifteen minutes to the hour. Monday thru Friday a.m. Larry Donahue a.m. John David Horn Larry Donahue The Other Side Tom Mitchell Shawn Kelley News, Sports, Wthr Stock Mkt Report Farm News, Stocks Woman's World Slock Mkt Report Jean Pauley Dinner Showcase Comments Back to the Bible News, Wthr., Sports The Voice c Our World Today KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) One Life to uivc c My World and Jack Lalanne (c) Llnklettor (c) t-m KSJrv RFD c Bewitched Love Is a Many Evfe: The Second Woman's World c Splendored Thing Best Secret (cl Now TV-5 News Merv Griffin c TUESDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c Best of Everything General Hospital A World Apart c All My Children Make a Deal c Newlywcd Game Dating Gamo Secret Storm c Dark Shadows That Girl Galloping Gourmet TV-5 News Movie: Island In The Sun head on the counsel table and complained of illness. Earlier, the 21-year-old de- fendant was briefly examined by the jail doctor when she complained of pains in her side. As court opened, Miss Atkins, usually bouncy and smiling, sbuffled listlessly into the court- room wearing a blue denim jail uniform and rubber sandals. She leaned her head on the shoulder of co-defendant Patri- cia Kremvinkel, 22. Testimony was delayed 114 hours while the doctor looked at her, then declared her fit to re- sume the session. But alter lunch Miss Atkins asked to talk to the judge and told him she was too sick to continue. PAIN INSIDE Her lawyer, Daye Sliinn, said Miss Atkins had a pain in her side where she once had a cyst. He said she also was dizzy and had a headache. Miss Atkins, Miss Krenwinkel and Leslie van Houten, 20, are on trial with Charles M. Man- son, 35, leader of a nomadic hip- p i c -s t y 1 e "family." All are charged with murder-conspir- acy in the August, 1969, slayings of Miss Tate and six others. At Friday's session, the de- fendants heard an autopsy sur- geon give details of the 41 stab wounds of Rosemary LaBianca, 38, found slain with her husband Leno the night after the killings of Miss Tale and four visitors at the home of the actress. Dr. David Katsuyama said the killer of Mrs. LaBianca kept plunging a sharp double-edge knife into her after she was mortally wounded and perhaps after she died. .Scottish Party Declaration Scheduled EDINBURGH (Reuters) The Scottish National party, which seeks self government for Scotland, will declare Scot- land a nation in its own right before the United Nations this week. A parly announcement here said the declaration will be de- livered at UN headquarters in New York by Treasurer Joseph Gloag. "Let it not he the declaration will say, "that Scot- land is no northern appendage of England but a kingdom in treaty relations with a neighbor- ing kingdom." The party, which polled votes in the June 18 Brit- ish general election, holds one seat in the British Parliament, RECEIVES AWARD TORONTO (CP) Cana- dian Federation of University Women announced here it has awarded a special grant to Hamilton composer Hugh K. Hartwell, 24. He will use the money to compose a score to be performed on CBC Radio. MEET YOUR BANDLEADER Thinking of joining the band? Want to know whnl it can offer? Talk to your school band director. He's making a special attempt to talk to YOU ubout music this week. He'll tell you about the life-long benefits of a music education and about the excitement of being a band member. You'll discover a great personal friend when you join the band, Enquire about pur special school instrument prices and Rental Plan LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Building Phone 328-4030 Rodgers Real Giant Of Music World RICHARD RODGEKS 50th Anniversary New U.S. Health Plan Introduced WASHINGTON (AP) Legis- lation to create a comprehen- sive national health insurance program in the United States, with benefits in mid-1973, was introduced today by Senator Ed- ward Kennedy. The program would cover all citizens, without individual limit, over the en'ii'e range of health services except for cer- tain nursing home care, mental and dental treatment and some medicines and equipment. Kennedy estimated it would pay 70 per cent of all health ex- penditures in the U.S., roughly twice the amount now paid by the Medicare and Medicaid pro- grams for the elderly and indi- gent, which would be termi- nated. Joining Kennedy as principal sponsors of the plan were Sena- tors Ralph Yarborough (Dem. John Sherman Cooper (Rep. and William B. Saxbe (Rep. Kennedy, in prepared re- marks for the Senate floor, said the program would be financed through a trust fund similar to that for social security. Forty per cent of the income would be derived from federal general revenues, 35 per cent of it from a 3.5-per-cent tax on em- ployers' payrolls, and 25 per cent from a 2.1-per-cent tax on individual income up to a year. Based on 1969 figures, said Kennedy, the plan would have paid out million. The Nixon administration so far1 has shunned notions of a na- tional health plan for all U.S. citizens. Negro Comedian Bill Cosby In School AMHERST, Mass. (AP) Negro comedian Bill Cosby, who has said at times he would like to quit show business and teach school, has app'iied and been ac- cepted as a student at the Uni- v e r s i t y of Massachusetts. Cosby, whose current television show casts him as a high school gym teacher, was accepted as a (graduate student in the School of Education, a spokesman said today. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Beneath Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Dealn of a Gunfighter" "Loves of Isadora" One Complete Show NEW YORK (AP) his own meticulous count, 703 melodies. The first was Dear Old Wig- wam, of which you've proba- bly never heard, along with such items as Any Old Place With You, I'd Like to Poison Ivy and Fly Away to loway. On the other hand, who d o e s n 't know Blue Moon, Lover, June Is Bustin' Out All Over and several score other tinkling blockbusters? With more to come. An undisputed giant among the world's popular music makers, Richard Hodgers now is immersed in Two by Two, a show about Noah and his ark which opens here Oct. 29 star- ring Danny Kayc. That the production happens to mark his 50th anniversary as a Broadway composer is seemingly of only peripheral interest. It isn't simply that public and peers have through the years bestowed just about every honor a man could wish. Nor is he particularly modest. But after a lifetime of physical and emotional stresses, a man grows more aware of his own mortality. Two by Two is his 38th Broadway musical involve- ment. There were also three shows done only in England, 29 films, three musicals for television, two opuses for those elaborate TV documen- taries Victory at Sea and Win- ston Churchill, one ballet that had live performances at the old Met and a night club revue back in tlie salad days. Before donning the long pants of professionalism at the ripe age of 18, he wrote for six amateur entertainments. As a producer with his late lyricist partner, Oscar Ham- merstcin II, Rodgers staged eight creations of others, in- cluding the fabulous Annie 'Get Your Gun. More recently, as director of Lincoln Centre's Summer Music Theatre, he supervised seven presenta- tions. Of ecourse, many of his own shows have had him dou- bling as producer. Upon completion of Two by Two, Rodgers has no idea what musical project might next catc'h his fancy. As for that golden anniver- sary, an Ed Sullivan TV spe- cial is planned in the fall and a revival of 1937's Babes in Arms is scheduled. Otherwise, Rodgers has no particular cel- ebration in mind. BEHIND IN WORK A sign in a South African butcher shop reads: "AH from local farmers killed on the premises." ICELANDIC NAME The town of Arborg, Man., 76 miles north of Winnipeg, gets its name from an Icelandic word I meaning "river town." MOVIE GUIDE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-3 MO 10 a.m. lo 10 'p.r.-. PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-cMlCHIBHWAY TONIGHT and TUESDAY ClARIIMET RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICIAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming Schedule Sept. 1st Sept. 7th inclusive HENDERSON POOL Tues., Sept. Isl to Fri., Sept. 4th Public Swimming p.m. p.m. Sat., Sept. Public Swimming p.m. Sun., Sept. Public Swimming p.m. Mon., Sept. Public Swimming p.m. (tABOUR DAY) UONS POOL Tues., Sept. 1st to Fri., Sept. 4th Public Swimming p.m. Sat., Sept. 5th- Public Swimming p.m. Sun., Sept. Public Swimming p.m. Mon., Sept. Public Swimming p.m. (tABOUR DAY) SOUTHERN ALBERTA tHEAfRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD" in color, starring Julie Christie, Terence Stamp and Peter Finch. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 31, September 1 and 2. Monday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO AUNT ALICE" in color, starring Gefaldine Page and Ruth Gordon. Monday, Tues- day and August 31, September 1 and 2. Mon- day show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN" in color, starring Roy Thinnes, Ian Hendry and Patrick Wymark. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 1 and 2. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FLARE UP" in Metrocolor, starring Raquel Welch and James Stacy. Monday and Tuesday, August 31 and September 1. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Big Double Feature Program "BONNIE AND CLYDE" in color, starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. Plus "BULLITT" in color, starring Steve McQueen. Monday and Tuesday, August 31 and September 1. Mon- day one complete show at p.m. Increased admis- sion. Adult. Get more oul of life Take the family io a movie I ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet Served Every Day Of The Week! Prime Rib Smorgasbord S2 SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. In our licensed Dining Room NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKINGI MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 "VANESSA IS SIMPLY GREAT" LIFE Magazine VANESSA REDGRAVE "THE LOVES OF ISADORA" ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SECOND FEATURE GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT 8 P.M. OLLEGE, COLIEGE MAUL 328-6300 TONIGHT THRU THURSDAY the beginning... WHAT LIES BENEATH MAY BE THE END! _ FAMILY I 2 Shows at and p.m. 'Paramount TONIGHT and TUES. at and p.m. HAWflllflNS' IK irasffl HBKIHH CWJM CHARITON HESTON "THE HAWAIIANS" PJIIAVISillll' Hrrrretf Rrtists ADULT I STARTS WEDNESDAY EWflffW ta to STILHTD I, AVCO t COLOR RESTRICTED ADULT Now Showing and p.m. "The audience who loved "Dirty Dozen" will find MATINEE AT "Kelly's Heroes" equally P.M. to their liking... Donald Sutherland is AI-UIIT hilariously freaky! ADULT -Cue They set out to rob a bank... and damn near won a war instead! MGM Presents A Kalika-Locb Production surnng Donald Clint DonRickles, Carroll O'Connor Pjnavlsiorfafrd Melrocotor NEXT ATTRACTION IN "DATTrtM" IN COLOR r AII UN COLOR With GEORGE C. SCOTT ;