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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 10, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY VAU1ETY: Ray Stevens, 7 p.m., Channel 13: Tonight Ray sings the his own composition which brought him attention in 1962. Ray is joined by regulars Cass Elliot, Lulu, Billy Van, Solari and Carr, Carol Robin- son and Steve Martin. VARIETY: Here Come the Stars, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Host George Jessel welcomes guests Jack Carter, Carl Reiner, Harvey Korman, Lenny Kent and Rose Marie. MOVIE: "The Bridges of Toko-Ri, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: An exciting adaptation of James A. Michener's Korean War bestseller. Highlight is the daylight bombing raid on Toko- Ri's strategic bridges. MOVIE: "Alvarez 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1906 movie in which herdsman William Holden engages in an erratic feud with Confederate colonel Richard Widmark. Civil War background. DRAMA: "A Gathering- of midnight, Ch. 13: The story about a new commander of a Strategic Air Command base and his efforts to improve the efficiency. Stars Rock Hudson, Mary Peach, Rod Taylor, Barry Sulli- van, Kevin McCarthy, Henry Silva and Robert Lansing. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Stampede Breakfast, 8 a.m., Ch. 13: Inter- views with Calgary Stampede guests from the Chinook Shopping Centre. BASEBALL: Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers, a.m., Ch. 7: Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek report. SPORTS: Hot Scat, 4 p.m., Cli. 13: Jockey Bill Hartack tells why he thinks Canada's Northern Dancer tic Prince never had a chance to win. the Triple Crown. British Open, p.m., Ch. 13: Final round action in the British1 Open from St. 11STIMS Program) mta limd by radio and television itntianl. Any varialicn in program idiedulM it lo loit- minute crangcj by itationi and ii not mibility of Hit Herald BtMwoy TeUvisJon. CJOC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World ar Six Markel Report Paul Tividar Rob Ingrarn Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Wealher CBC News Church Bulletin CHEC Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys Show Cross CounJry News News on the Hour Wfhr., Sporls on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Sport Report Farm News, Stocks p.m. The Dinner Showcase Side Back to the Bible Chuck Holiday Voice of China p.m. CHEC FM World Tomorrow Sport Report Ben Pederson a.m. Shawn Kelley News fifteen minutes to SATURDAY the hour. a.m. Ron Stone Monday fiiru Friday a.m. Farm Show a.m. John David a.m. Tom Mitchell Major News Horn a.m. CHEC FM News CHEC-FM News Brent Pedersen CHEC-FM p.m. Farm Show Sport Report News p.m. Chuck Holiday Showtime a.m. Shawn Caravan Kelley SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m.- CHEC-FM Sport Report Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Hearts and Tempo Crocuses World at Six 11-03 Teen Clefs The Happy Time is Sweden Making If ,V Sweden Peter Martin's MX Music Past Mid- Orchestra night Radio Free Friday SATIIPHAV Five Nights a Week Eye Opener News, Sports Rev. Bill Portman Morning Concert Alarm Clock Action Set High Noon Major Country Sound of Britain High Country South Alberta Page SALE1 2-plECE CHESTERFIELD SUITES 4 Sealer Reversible Cushions Wooden Armrests Choice of Colors CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED 179 TELEVISION 9 FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cer. 4th Ave.-5fh St. S. Phone 328-2323 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Cartoons Tcleprobc 7 Brachen's World Gomer Pyle Here Come the Stars c Movie: Alverez Kelly Mews 11HO Movie: TBA SATURDAY Baseball (c) Sporls Week Wrestling U.S. Superiority Fact or Fancy Hi Diddle Day (c) Klahanie (c) Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} Movie: A Gathering ll.-po Lassie (c) (c> Animal World c TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Bewitched 5; 55 News c F Troop University of Air iy Stevens Show Movie: Gunpoint (c> MwieTThe'Brfd'ge'' SATURDAY V30 ,n nn Toki-Ri (c) Thought for Day Kiddies On Karnera F.B.I. Stampede Breakfast Country Music Hall News Western Star Snorts Digest Stampede Go-Round ..Theatre 4-00 Sports News (c) Joe (c) British Open Golf KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT News c Hillbillici Movie: Hawaii Five-O Ironside News c Tonight Show SATURDAY Here Comos ihe Grump Dastardly and Mutlley c Wacky Races Banana Splits Flinlstones The Monkees Penelope Pilslop Superman c Johnny Quest e Baseball Bugs Bunny High Chaparral Huntlcy-Brinkley Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NR3HT Animal World He. and She Brady Bunch Nanny {c) Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Muir That Girl (c) Love, American Style TV-5 News Griffin SATURDAY Gulliver Smokey Bear Caltanooga Cats Hot Wheels Hardy Boys Sky Hawks Get Together American Band Stand Saturday Matinee c New Horizons (c) Golf-British Open Roger Mudd News Flying Nun Lftfs Make A Deal Ncwlywed Game of Jungle Lawrence welK Poll On Thoughts About Forces OTTAWA (CP) The def- ence department plans a survey of young civilians and service- men in an attempt to find out what they think of the Canadian forces. The survey will be made by questionnaire this fall of civilians between the ages of 16 and 24 and the same number of young members of tile forces. Persons replying to its more than 40 questions will not be re quirec to identify themselves. .The survey's aim is to make "the armed forces more effi- cient than it already Cmdr. William Northsy, senior mili- tary psychologist for the Cana- dian forces, said in an interview today. Northey said the ques- tions on the 12 multiple choice answers for each- of the 40 de- signed to get information for re- cruiting officials "for their ad- vertising." He said the survey will hope- fully answer such questions as what prompted a serviceman to join the forces, what is his atti- tude toward the forces and, for the civilian, what repels or at- tracts him to military life. Postpones Trip To Canada CARACAS (AP) Venezue- an Foreign Minister Aristides Calvani has postponed "indefi- litely" a planned trip to Can- ada, the foreign ministry re- lorted today. Calvani was scheduled to visit Ottawa to discuss problems con- erning Venezuelan oil exports o the United States and Can- ida. But his presence in Caracas is necessary due to government 'msiness. TURNS OUT FOR THE QUEEN-This old woman was typical of the -many old persons and children who turned out to meet the Royal Family as they toured the Canadian Arctic this week. Two Face C Of Defamation EDMONTON (CP) Two men, one a United States citizen ranted by Canadian immigra- tion authorities, were charged with defamatory libel alter pol- ce seized thousands, of pieces literature naming Prime Minister Trudeau and a city magistrate. Ian Walker, 24, of Edmonton md Alfred Allan Herzog, 35, an American and formerly of lontreal, were charged on ref- rences in one pamphlet which eferred to Magistrate John e bfSibrsdge Hotel Coughland and operation of the courts. Herzog's wife Susan Wednes- was sentenced to 28 days. Ma- gistrate Coughland convicted her of contempt when she ap- peared on charges of creating a disturbance at the recent Ca- nadian Labor Congress annual convention. Police said literature dealing with the "death" of Prime Min- ister Trudeau, a duplicating machine and typewriter were seized along with books, pam- phlets and badges. Walker and Herzog elected trial by judge and jury when they appeared Thursday before Magistrate Dean S'aks. The magistrate refused an application for bail after hear- ing objections from crown pros- ecutor Barinder Pannu. Mr. Pannu said the immigra- tion department had been look- ing for Herzog, a citizen of the United States, since his con- tract as a visiting professor at McGill University in Montreal had been cancelled several months ago. OLU8 Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, July 10 8.30 p.m. Music by the "MINT .JULEPS" Members and their invited guests JULEPS" will also be playing in the clubrooms Saturday evening SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" In color. Starring Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Ure. Friday and Sat- urday, July 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Adult Saturday matinee "THE MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE" In color. Matinee time p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Midnight Days Theatre Entertainment "FUNNY In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif. Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. (following the Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "80 STEPS TO JONAH" In color. Starring Wayne New- ton. JjTiday and Saturday, Juluy 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Family. PirTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE PARTY" In color. Starring Peter Sellers. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 10, 11 and 12. Friday show at p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CAPTAIN NEMO AND THE UNDERWATER CITY" Starring Robert Ryan, Chuck Connors, Nanette Newman and Luciana Palnzzi. Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11. Friday shows and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "A FEW BULLETS MORE" In color. Extra short fea- tures. Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "SUPPORT YOUK LOCAL SHERIFF" to color. Starring James Garner, Joan Hackelt and Walter Bremian. Fri- day and Saturday, July 10 and 11. FrMay shows at and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. Got more out of life Take (lie family to a movio Breaks His Arm HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP) The late Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 16-year-old son Rob- ert Jr. fell out of a tree here and broke Ms right wrist. The toy plunged 20 feet while trying to retrieve his pet falcon. No More Ha In Show TORONTO (CP) Author Robertson Davies has prom- ised theatre critic Herbert Whiltaker that lie won't at- tend any more opening-night theatre performances and dis- turb "the critics at their holy task" with his loud laughter. In a letter to the Toronto Globe and Mail Thursday Mr. Davies-, master of the Univer- sity of Toronto's Massey Col- lege, apologizes light-heart- edly to Mr. Whittaker and actor Patrick Crean for his laughter1 at a recital by the actor July 2 at Stratford, Ont. In his review of Mr. Crean's performance of the poetic works of Rudyard Kipling, Mi'. Whittaker twice referred to Mr. Davies' laughter from the audience. He noted that during one silent moment in the Avon Theatre "only the laughter of Robertson Davies could be heard." Mr. Davies confesses that his friend Mr. Whittaker has spoken to him about his laughter before "but never in print." "Now I understand the sen- sations felt by rny mother when, many years ago, she was rebuked from the pulpit for dancing." He insists, however, that the problem is loud laughter is a regressive trait from his primitive ances- tors that can't be helped. "I used to think the noise had something to do with the shape of the roof of my mouth, but now I know it is because I am a throwback to some noisy Welsh hillbilly whose brays of delight echoed down his native valleys irri- Today's ShowtimeS PARAMOUNT THEATRE Friday "Airport" Last Complete Show Saturday "Airport" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Paint Your Wagon" Shorts Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Friday "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Shorts Last Complete Show Saturday "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Snort Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Love Bug" "Young Billie One Complete Show REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB SATURDAY, MY 11-9-1 a.m. POLISH HALL BOW RIVER ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS WELCOME Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SAURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "JUST US" BRING YOUR FAMILY COME ALONG TO A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT at HENDERSON PARK PiCNIC AREA SUNDAY, JULY 12th to p.m. FEATURING "THE CAVALIERS" Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE lating the Nannans on the other side of Offa's Dyke." Mr. Davies concludes that since he can't control his1 laughter the only decent thing for mm to do is to stay away from first-night performances in favor'of Wednesday mati- nees "where no critic has ever been known to set foot." OtLEGEflnoJ COIUGEMAU 328-6300 NOW SHOWING Tonite p.m. SAT. CONTINUOUS FIRST SHOW P.M. CLINT EASTWOOD deadliest man on a whole army with iwo guns and a fistful of dynamite! AIR CONDITIONED COOL V CHILDREN 'TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA" COMING "GRASSHOPPER" NEXT BISSET JIM BROWN cinema NOW SHOWING Tonite Ihru Tues. Hurry Folks Oniy 4 More Days To See This Laugh Hit! 2 SHOWS DAILY AT P.M. LEE MAW aiNTIASIWOOP JfifWffiERG ffiiVSOtf ADULT Not Children AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTABLY COOL I NOW SHOWING I Tonile at p.m. CONTINUOUS SHOWS SAT. P.M. ADULT Another Smash Hit In Our Summer Parade of Entertainment! 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