Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE TAG'S DRIVE IN Phone 328-5405 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1971 THEY QUIZ THE MEN - Three of the regular lovely ladies who appear regularly as panelists on Man Trap are, left to right, Jan Sterling, Nina Foch and Carol Wayne. Man Trap is a morning show on Channel 1 3 and the gals put the male guests through the hoops with their questions. 'The Megantic Outlaw' Lloyd Bochner guest star From Santa Monica, California, to a heated trailer amid the Ontario snows is a long way, a big leap made last winter by Lloyd Bochner when he came back to do a guest starring role in a CBC made-for-televiskm feature film, The Megantic Outlaw. In the 90-minute color movie, written and produced by Ron Kelly for telecast Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 9:30 p.m., Bochner portrays a police inspector leading the manhunt for a young outlaw of the 1880s, Donald Morrison (played by Gary 'City Beneath The Sea9 drama of 21st century Stuart Whitman, special guest star Robert Wagner, and special cameo stars Richard Basebart, Joseph C o 11 e n, James Darren and Sugar Ray Robinson star in "World Premiere: City Beneath the Sea," a drama about life in the 2lst century, involving an undersea pilot project, on "NBC World Premiere Movie" Monday, Jan. 25 over KRTV Channel 9 Great Falls at 8 p.m. in color. McKeehan) at Lake Megantic in Quebec. Bochner had last been at CBC-TV to do a TV role in 1964, when he played mala lead in a Festival production titled Two Terrible Women. He keeps busy in Hollywood, in feature films, in television, but The Megantic Outlaw was his first experience of participating in a film for television in Canada. Bochner was one of the first Canadian actors to migrate to California and become part of the Hollywood scene. "The only people who preceded me were Lome Greene and Bill Shatner," be said. "We were lucky. I know I was. Canadians at large are well received. We may have paved the way for the ones that followed, I don't know. But you have to prove yourself, and that's t r u e in every case. The impression is that in Canada you learn your craft; Cana-nadians enjoy a very good reputation (in Hollywood)." Lloyd Bochner went to the film capital a decade ago, to do a continuing role in a TV series, Hong Kong. The years since then have been filled with a succession of roles: in films, with Frank Sinatra (Tony Rome, and The Detective), Lee Marvin (Point Blank), Ed Beg-ley, Joan Crawford; and in TV series including Name of the Game, Mission Impossible, Mannix, To Catch a Thief, Bewitched, The Debbie Reynolds Show, Get Smart, etc. The Bochners have two children at home, a girl 15, a boy 13, and an older son at McGill University in Montreal, "well on his way to becoming a film maker. He worked on the National Film Board's project for Osaka (Expo 70), and spends his summer vacations filming. All my kids feel very Canadian." Though he has been offered parts on Broadway, Lloyd Bochner has done little stage work since his days at Can ada's Stratford Festival, where he was one of the originals. Aussies buy CBC features CBC-TV's doctor drama series Corwin, and two color documentaries - the two-part Wild Africa, and Tommy Tompkins, Bushman - have been sold to markets in Europe and Australia, it was announced by A. H. Partridge, CBC divisional bead of foreign relations and export sales. Figure skating championships On Monday, January 25, 10:00-11:00 p.m., CIV presents an hour long color special of the highlights of the 1971 Canadian Figure Skating Championships to be held in Winnipeg between January 18-24. (Ironside will be pre-empted for this occasion). This year Canada's senior ladies' champion Karen Mag-nusson is determined to fight off the determined opposition of Kathy Lee Irwin from Toronto, Mary McCaffrey from the North Shore Winter Club in Toronto, Karen Grobba from Toronto's Granite Club and numerous other top competitors to regain her Canadian championship title. In addition to the ladies' final, CTV's coverage will follow the senior men's final. Toller Cranston who is favored to win the men's title win have to be at his best to overcome the challenge presented by Toronto's 18 year old Robert Rubens. Rubens is described by his coach Sheldon Galbraith as being farther ahead at tins stage of development than former world champion Donald Jackson. Cranston is also threatened by Ron Shaver from Hamilton who at last year's event thrilled the large audience with his brilliant free skating performance. Many experts also look to the brother and sister combination of Val and Sandra Bezic of Toronto to retain their Canadian pairs' title and to be serious contenders in the North American and World Figure Skating Championships. Successful competitors move on to the North American Figure Skating Championships to be held in early February and CTV will again provide special coverage on a special program to be telecast Sunday, February 7, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 'Midway King9 tells his story Johnny Darrell is Nashville North guest When Johnny Darrell moved to the Mecca of country and western music in Nashville in 1964 he was looking forward to beginning a new job as manager of a large motor hotel. Within a short time his musical abilities were recognized and-be quickly made his first record. The title of the song was "Green, Green Grass of Home" and it became an instant bit on the C and W charts. Johnny Darrell joins Seals and Crofts and Sylvia Tyson on CTV's Nashville North, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 8:00-8:30 p.m. PATTY CONKLIN Patty Conklin, the "King of the Midway", was a legend in showbusiness and the man who ran the midway at the Canadian National Exhibition for more than 30 years until his death last November. The story of Patty, and his own reminiscences, will be seen in the Tuesday, Jan. 26 edition of Telescope '71 on the CBC television network at 8:30 p.m. on Channel 7. Many in Lefhbridge will recall the years when the Conklin Shows were the midway attractions at the exhibition in this city. Shop with us this weekend and all next week for these and other Red Tag items slashed to rock bottom during our ... WEUER SOLDERING KIT Dual heat, 100 to 140 Watts, Complete with 2 extra tips, and other accessories. Regular 10.95 SPECIAL ....... 8.88 14-2 NMD-7 L00MEX WITH GROUND Good for all home wiring Regulal 12c foot SPECIAL FOOT...... 90 HOPPE 11-PIECE COMBINATION WRENCH SET OPEN Till 9 PM. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! %" to 1 Complete with carrying pouch fully guaranteed .. Regular 12.95____ �3� I- - ~ " 9.25 LIMITED QUANTITY! SHOP CRAFT 3/8" POWER DRILL 2.5 Amps. Regular 17.95. SPECIAL .......................... 13 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE DOWNTOWN 696-608 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5767 ;