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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY COMEDY: To Home With Love, 0 p.m., Ch. 11: Craig (Peter Gunn) Stevens plays an old friend with a proposition. He talks the professor into moonlighting as manager of the Catnip Club A Roman bistro with kitten-clad waitresses. DHAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Cli. 13: Vincent Price plays a seafaring stranger who enchants Julie. VARIETY: Red Skclton Show, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Walter Brennan joins in a take-off on High Noon. In the silent spot Red and Jan Arvan fight for a campsite. VARIETY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m-, Ch. 9: Debbie Reynolds and singer John Davidson are tonight's guests. INTERVIEW: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7: A profile of Chet Hun'dey, who co-hosted NBC's national news with David Brinkley. In interviews filmed in New York and at Huntley's ranch in Montana, be talks about many tilings, including the role of the news in today's world, the news developments over the past 15 years and the freedom of the American west. VARIETY: Johnny Cash Show, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Singers Merele Haggard, Anne Murray, the Canadian who zoomed to stardom this past year, and Homer and Jethro are the guests. DRAMA: Mannix, 3 p.m., Ch. 9: Mannix probes two fatal plane crashes in tonight's story. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, p.m., Ch. 9: Jerry Lewis is the substitute host. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: War Hunt, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Pvt. Raymond Endore wins the- high regard of his captain for his one-man night patrols: John Saxon is the star. Tucidciy, December 1, 1970 THE tETHDRIDGE HERAIB 5 Movie column Liber ace was their idol By BOB THOMAS IIOLYWOOD 'API Cmi a performer whose early idol was Libcrace find success in Uie pop music field? The answer is a resounding yes, and the proof is the three gold records now owned by a new recording group called the Carpenters. "T h e y 'r e a brother-sister team from Downey, Calif., and they recently were awarded the gold records for more than million in sales for their smash singles, Close to You with 2.5 m on the mass media will million copies sold world-mile, tabled before Christmas. and We're Only Just Begun, Mass media report imminent SARNIA, Out. (CD yciui-.' Sen. Davcy refused to freedom of the tor Keith Davcy says the report jmenl elaborately on the reporl j causc jt calmot differentiate I of the special Senate committee until it has been made public, i tween those who constitute which has sold 1.3 million cop- ies. Their album already has racked up sales. The Carpenters are Karen. 20, singer and drummer, and Rich- ard, 24, pianist and arranger. They were born in New II a v e n, Conn., where their father, a printer, imbued them with swing-era records from his collection. "I grew up with music, and I took piano lessons, but 1 didn't lie said, however, that free- dom of the press and the result- He told a meeting of Ihc Sar- i ing responsibility must come nia University Women's Club Panthers dream of Utopia TUESDAY MIGHT World al six On The Ball a.m. Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliolt News, Wealher TUESDAY NIGHT Major News Weal I CJOG and Sports News, Weaker and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wealher and Sports CHEC if News The Way I See It The Way 1 See It Stock Market Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Woman's World Back to the Bible Jean Pauley Voice of China Comments Musical Interludo way I see It World Tomorrow Bulletin Board Music CHEC-FAA WEDNESDAY Breakfast with Bruce News ialion Farm Show Country Digest Weather CHEC Total Information Total Info Call of the Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Sports Weather Cattle Prices Tempo News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Matinee Bob Lang World at" Six Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sports Major Newi Wealher The Way I See It CHEC-FM WON. THUR THRUS. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour Larry Donqhue John David Horn Noon Larry Donnhue The Other Side John David Hern J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner Radio 1010 Calgary Music Pasr TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo Midnight World at Six WEDNESDAY Supplement Eye Opener1 Guest Appearance Assignment Operas Ws Lika World at Eight Tuesday Night Commentary Matinee Nation's 3usiness Aita. at Noon Aflernoon School Broadcast Personality Afternoon Concert Nations! News Galloping 'Gourmet Actuality From the Capitals Gerrusil BBC Newi Theatre Nathan Cohen Tempo Orchestral Concert Morning Concert Max Ferguson Here It Is In Black and White! Early Bird Christmas Shoppers will save a bundle on these gifts for the home 19 INCH PORTABLE TV 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ELECTROHOME COLOR TV 25" WASHINGTON (AP) The Hack Panther party has turned o a long-term goal of a Utopian Communist world society free of ippression. About delegates repre- enting racial minorities, vomen and homosexuals met lere during the weekend for the Revolutionary People's Consti- utional Convention, which was o have acted on ideas threshed out in workshops at Philadel- phia during the Labor Day holi- day. Huey Newton, the Panthers' minister of defence, described like them and 1 Richard j for copies of the recalled. "I was interested in i they are available. that he hopes the committee's recommendations will be im- plemented by the various agen- cies and individuals involved. Sen. Davey said the commit- tee will be disbanded following the tabling of its report. He said the report currently is being processed at the Queen's Printers behind locked doors. He said Canadians should write report wiien challenge to society and those why present it. from within "and not be im- posed from the outside." He also said it was unfair and j unrealislic to blame the mass media for all of society's ills. He said YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13th SI. N. the Panthers' new goal of a "new world" society without I boundaries, where, everyone would have an equal voice, work would mean "meaningful play" and each person would produce to liis ability and take according to his actual needs. The plan requires "oppressed communities" around the world to co-operate in destroying capi- talism, Newton said. Newton said the Panthers were taking a "raincheck" on plans to take over the U.S. ad- ministration and write a new constitution. Transport plaiies crash Lead ou TEL AVIV (AP) A Trans- World Airlines cargo jetliner loaded with vegetables for Eu- rope crashed head on with an- other transport plane on the same runway at Lod Interna- tional Airport before dawn burned, scattering wreckage along the main runway. Police said the TAW Boeing 707 had barely got ils wheels ofi the runway when an Israel S'tratocruiser appeared in the darkness in front of the cargo ane. The Israeli aircraft was Les Paul's music, and Liberace j really got me hepped up. About 12 years ago I started taking piano again and I cont i n 11 c d with it, even studying at Yale while I was in high school." j SHE TAGGED ALONG The Carpenter family moved to California, and Richard played jazz in clubs and bars to put himself through California State College at Long Beach. His little sister insisted on tag- along, and she took up the 18111 to Quebec stay QUEBEC (CP) Premier drums so she could be part of Robert Bourassa said h c i e the group. The pair enlisted a bass player to form the Carpenter Trip, which proved proficient enough to win a Battle of the Bands contest in the Hollywood Bowl in 19CC. The group recorded two songs for a major company, but no disc was re- leased. Richard Carpenter tinkered some more with the group's sound and managed to make the terrorism is here to stay in Quebec. "Even if we had a totalitarian regime, I don't see how we could stop he said in an in- terview. "We can reduce it by taking away popular support for it and any sort of sympathy there might be for terrorists among the population." The premier said political kid Monday, killing two ground j crew members and injuring two j P a others. bei Both planes caught fire a'nd tractor. Canadian, wife found dead BOSTON (AP) A promi- nent Boston investment counsel- lor and his wife were found shot to death Saturday in their Bea- con Hill apartment. The bodies of Canadian-born Donald Davis, 75, and his wife Mary, 66, were slumped in sepa- rate leather chairs in the same room. Davis, owner of Davis Invest- ments Co., is a native of Wood- stock, Ont. He was educated in Canada, served with the Cana- dian army in France and Bel- gium in the First World War and began his business career in Montreal and Toronto before coming to Boston in 1925. He worked for other invest- ment firms until 1934, when he founded his own company. U.S. won't cut NATO force WASHINGTON (AP) De- fence Secretary Melvin R. Laird said Monday the United States will maintain its present mili- tary strength in the North At- I a n t i c Treaty Organization, provided Congress approves. This was the first time the Nixon administration had dis- closed its NATO planning levels oeyond June, 1971. Laird said .here will be no cuts in U.S. troop strength in Western Eu- rope in the 1972 fiscal year be- ginning next June. Laird made the disclosure to reporters on the eve of His de- parture for meetings of the NATO ministers in Brussels, Belgium, which begin Wednes- day and last until Friday. At the NATO meeting, Euro- pean defence ministers are ex- pected to unveil their proposals for increasing their share of military contributions to the de- fence alliance. Canada pledges more aid OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th AVB. -.5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Good Morning Miss Dove Red Skclton (c) Store Front Teleprobe 7 Our Town Movie: Lee Drew's Child- My Son the Hero ren's Hour WEDNESDAY Movie: Morning New! (c) Warnunl Mr. Dressup Take 30 i awvflrV 7M Sesame street (c) Edcc of Night (c) Lawyers (c) tM Galloping Tuesday Night Friendly Gionl (c) Drop In Hews (c) Chez Helens Hillbillies (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Ccifalevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Randall and Wynne's Pad (c) Fllnlslones M Dick Van Dykt Barefoot In fhs Park (c) The Besl ol Berlon Poylon Place Beal the clock M Thouaht lor Day Show (c) National Hews Buckshot (c) University of Air Movie: News Ic) Pad' I'd Rather be Rich Eddie's Father (c) Miss Helen Famous Jury Irials Mod Squad (c) Sand Box Ic) Another World fc) Room 22! (c) Places in the News Trouble with Tracy Johnny Cash Parlons Francais I Dream of Barbara McNalr Wild Whirl ol Jeannio (c) News Fashion (c) WO Wynne's Pad In Conversation c Fl'nlstones News fc) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) 12-00 Our 1 ivcs (c) Hillbillies Today in Montana The Doctors fc) Concentration (c) Another World Family Alfair Edge of Night fc) HoltVwood Scjuare) Gomer Pyle (c) Jeopardy fc) Mike Doughs (c) Who, What, Whera Hillbillies ic) Game Cronkile News (c) News NBC Nightly Newj Another World Mayberry R.F.D. Somersel Jc) News (c) World Turns (c) Men from Shiloli News Gunsmoke Julia Carol Burnell Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News To Rome Wllh Love (c) Men from Shllofi Mary Tyler Moore (c) WEDNESDAY Newlywcd Game News News Capt. Kangaroo Slorm (c) Dinah's Place (c) One Life to Live Jack LsLanne Words and Music Sale of the Love Is a Many Century Splendored Thing Galloping Gourmcl Dork Shadows Firs) Tuesday (c) Audrey General Hospital News (c) A World Apart (c) Tllsl TSA My Children SS'o'imi Dick (c) Maku Deal (c) Ncvyi UNITED NATIONS (CP) Canada today pledged mil lion in 1971 for the UN Relie and Works Agency which, care for about 1.5 million Palestm- Arab refugees. The sum is an Increase o over the amount given for 1970. The new Canadian contribu tion will consist of in Sues Eaton's in car deal EDMONTON (CP) Dr Byrnes Plenty, an Edmontor chiropractor, has filed suil against E a t o n's department store and the Can-Am car rac- ing team for an car. Dr. Fleuty says he won the car, a new Stingray convertible, but has net been allowed to take possession of it. Another Edmonton resident, Mrs. F. C. LaRose also is claiming the car. which was the prize in a raffle. She was disqualified because her son is a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, the group which sponsored the draw. Dr. Fleuty says he was given the keys to the car but when he went to Eaton's to collect it, he was refused by W. B. Mc- Mullen, treasurer of the racing team, who is holding the car until the rightful owner can determined. Mr. MtiUuIlen said he knows of no specific exclusion in the terms of the raffle which would alter Mrs. LaRose's claim. Lawyers for Dr. Fleuty, Mrs LaRose and the racing (cam are trying to find a solution to the situation. IMMOLATES SELF PARIS (Renter) Patrick Rossicr, an 18-year-old high school student, climbed on to the roof of his school Monday and died aflcr pouring gasoline over his clothes and igniting them, police'reported. cash money and in food commodities. Dfiputy Canadian Ambassador David Reece mentioned last week that UNRWA expected to be short million this year and added that it would be unfortun- ate if the relief agency had to restrict services and thereby in- crease tensions in the Middle East at a time when there was hope of resumption of peace talks. most of Karen's strong, pleas- nappings are by no means over, ant voice, backed with ear- j can tell what will hap- pleasing harmonics. The big pcn in in or 15 he said, j "especially with the kidnappers Its as corny as this: A friend of a friend of a friend re- ferred us to Jack Dougherty at A and M said Rich- ard. 'He liked what we did, and we recorded an album. It did nothing, but a single, Ticket to Ride, sold and made some noise for us. Then we ran into Burt Bacharach.' The composer admired the Carpenters' work and suggested that the youngsters try a song of his that had been recorded by Dionne Warwick, Dusty Spring- field and others, but had failed to catch on. The number: Close to You. The hit brought appearances for the Carpenters on Johnny Carson, Ed Sullivan, Andy Wil- liams, Don Knotts shows and a Peggy Fleming special, and now they're planing their own special. They have more dates than they can fulfil, and the money is rolling in. Their only extravagance so far is a new family home in Downey. The Carpenters are being cau- tious about planning the future. "Sure, we made it said Richard. "But we could bomb fast, too." RARE THOUGHTS PARIS (Renter) The right- wing newspaper L'Aurore says President Georges Prompidou has written a book of now at the publish- of Cross and Laportc still on the In two political kidnappings last month, the FLQ claimed re- sponsibility for the kidnap-mur- der of PieiTB Laporte, former Quebec labor minister, and Hie abduction of British envoy James Cross, believed still alive and in the hands of his captors. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING" In Technicolor. Star- ring Carol While and Paul Burke. Tuesday, December show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE .ADVENTURERS'1 In color. Starring C'andice Bergen, Ernest Borgnine and Rossano Brazzi. Tuesday and Wednesday. December 1 and 2. Tuesday show at p m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE ADVENTURERS" Starring Candice Bergen, Earnest Borgnine, Rossano Brazzi and Olivia Dellaviland Tuesday and Wednesday, December 1 and 2. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE FIRST TIME" In color. Starring Jacqulinc Bissett. Tuesday, December 1, shows at and p.m. Adult. Gel moro out of life Toko tlio family fo a movlo CJOC BiTTS IN PERSON 1 7 MOM I JfJO I nsnua SEE, HEAR, AND DANCE YOTMtHWWUSJCOFTHttTBim s INGTDH AVg BtfCst ADULT LEE TONIGHT Thru THURS. A Real Western A CINEMA CENIEI IMS mSENIAIION A NAIIONAt GtNEIAl PICTURFS JFIFASE PANAVISION'orf HCHNICOIOIf 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY At and p.m. "WUSA" STARTS FRIDAY IN PAUL NEWMAN COLOR JOANNE WOODWARD Sat., Dec. 5th 9 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Monte Walsh" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "South Pacific" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Cougar Country" Last Complete Show ers. Only 20 copies will printed, the paper adds. "WHISKERS" IS HERE LEAVING THURSDAY COLLEGE CINEMA Week Days and p.m. ADULTS Under 12 .75c A PRODUCT OF AMERICAN NATIONAL ENTERPRISES, INC CINEMA i 4th ,AVE 8> 8fji ST 327 5100' WEDNESDAY and THURS. Entertain SATURDAY i Christmas LIZA RATES OSCAR IN TOP DRAMA'. DAILY'NEWS RESTRICTED ADULT AN OTTO fSHEMINGER FILM liza minneili ken Howard robert moore james coco kaythompson fred Williamson pete seeger devil time pMij) Sfridfer boril iwffflin etto prtminfler ENDS TONIGHT 'SOUTH PACIFIC ;