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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY Five Years in the Life, p.m. Cli. 7: This is a profile of Anne Stelfox, St. Mathias, Que., who has been a kindergarten teacher for 28 years. She introduces her two sons, talks about her childhood in India, the prob- lems of being a single parent and her plans to move to Ontario. VARIETY: Barbara McNair Show, p.m. Cli. 13: Guests on this second show are Bill Dana, actor Brock Peters, comics Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill, the King Cousins and singer Sue Burns. DOCUMENTARY: Memorandum, p.m. Cli. 7: "The Day the Dinosaurs Died" examines the work being done by dinosaur expert Dr. Dale Russell' at Victoria's National Museum of Natural Sciences. TUESDAY MUSICAL: "The Dream 1 p.m. Ch. 13: This 1963 film tells of energetic Temmy Steele, orphans and a dozen pop-rock recording artists. MOVIE: "Where Has Poor Mickey p.m., Cli. 7: Four young hoods try to rob the proprietor of a novelty shop. CHILDREN'S SHOW: Dress Rehearsal, p.m., Cli. 7: Adrian Pecknold of the Canadian Mime Theatre talks about the art of pantomime and also on the show how to start an aquarium. BASEBALL SPECIAL: All-Star Game, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The 41st All-Star Game is telecast live and in color from Cincinnati's Hiverfront Stadium. Programs (hied by th> radio and television slolioni. Any vcriaticn in program nfiedulu h du> lo loll- na! the ibilily of Thi Herold or Bislwoy TsUvision. CJOC News on Ihe Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Continental Rnap- Galloping Gourmet sody Gardening Distinguished Fa Artists Probe 1220 MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World al 6 Paul Tividar Market 'Report News Paul Tlvadar Rob Ingram CBC News TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phone Bill Show News Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar Prone 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports MONDAY NIGHT Woman's World News Jean Pauley Farm News, Stocks Comments 5-35 Slock AAkt Report News, Wthr., Sports Dinner Showcase Cattle Prices Back to Ihe Bible Show Time The Voice China Jean Pauley World Tomorrow Comments Music for Late Caravan Niters... Sports. W.hr. The Album Gam TUESDAY Farm News Farm News, Stocks CHEC FM NeW5, Sports News Fifteen minutes to Stock Mkt Reporr the Hour on the Half Hour Mon. thru FrI. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport. Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR it- Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Jazz for the Record As It Happens National News Five Nights a Week Jake and the Kid Distinguished Artists Songs from the Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Alberta Max Ferguson Galloping GourmE Gerrusi! Nathan Cohen News Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Four for Forty Entre Nous Matinee Personality Afternon Concert Actuality BBC Mews Weather It's BESTWAY For BEST BUYS TODAY TOMORROW and AIL WAYS Vacuum Cleaners......... 55.95 Blenders 19.95 Electric Can Openers 12.95 Electric Brooms........... 39.95 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Luncheon Daie Part 1 Carton Parly Luncheon Date Part 2 MONDAY NIGHT Tcleprobe 7 To Rome With Love Movie: Break in Three Stooges Ihe Circle leleprobe Here Comes the TUESDAY Brides Mr. Dressup Country Cabaret Ed Allen Green Acres Little People ..._ _. 5 Years in the Life Friendly Giant fc) TaKe 30 Name of fne Game Chez Helens Edge of Nlanl Memorandum on a Meet Mullet) Galloping Gourrr Froren Ark Double Exposure Dress Rehearsal News (c) News All-Star Baseball Movie: Return of the Texan CFCN Lethbrldge Ch. 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Edgar Wallace Stampeding Today Today University of Air News Stampede Parade Barbara McNair TUESDAY Show (c) Thought tor Pig 'N Whistle the Day Ironside (c) University e News (c) the Air Stampede Go-Round Peyton Place 11; JO News Uncle Bobby ic) Movie: The Dreammaker Magistrate's Court People in Conflict Doctor's Diary Pierre Bertcn Wynne's Paa Popeye Romper Room (c) Bewitched KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9} MONDAY NIGHT Today Show c As the World Turns Today In Montana Days of1 Our Lives Sale of the The Doctors Ccnlury Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What Where News Lucille Ball Monday Theatre Movie: Two for The See Saw c Tonight Show c TUESDAY Salute Agriculture Our World News Another World Somerset Another World c Edge of Night c Gomcr Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy GrlfliHi Cronkilo News Lucille Ball c Huntloy-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} MONDAY NIGHT Capt. Kangaroo c Secret Storm c My World and It Takes "Vo One Life to Live c Jack LaLanne c Dark Shadows Galloping Gourmet Love is a Many Woman's World c Splendorcd Thing Best o( Everything General Hospital A World Apart c Linkletter All My Children That Girl Make a Doa' c Bewitched Newlywed Gams TV-5 News Dating Movie: Marco Polo Welcome To I Maybcrrv RFD c Movie; Dial Hot Line Now TV-5 Hews Morv Griffin c TUESDAY News Autoworkers Dicker For Pay Pact By BUI) JOItGKNSEN Canadian Press Statf Writer Negotiations for a new con- tract between the Big Three au- tomakers and the United Auto Workers begin this week and whatever the outcome the im- pact of the ultimate settlement will be significant. The car manufacturers are in the midst of a serious slump in sales at a lime when foreign manufacturers have presented the first real threat to the North American market. The more than Cana- dian members of the UAW, like other Canadian workers, are seeing inflation erode the pur- chasing power of their dollar. The Canadian government is trying to control inflation with a wage and price guideline ap- rejected by the is involved in nego- tiations for continuation of the Oanada-U.S. Automobile Agree- ment. The auto pact, as it is com- monly called, creates, in effect, a common market for the two countries. The agreement is complex but basically cars are moved freely across the border between manufacturing plant and retail outlet. The agreement has helped development of the Canadian industry. CONTRACTS SOON UP The current three-year con- tracts between the UAW and the Big Motors, Ford and in mid-September. Contracts i n Canada and the United States expire at the same time. The union will have three ne- gotiating teams on each side of the border. Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. and General Motors of Can- ada Ltd. begin negotiations Wednesday, with teams from both sides moving into down- town Toronto hotels. The Ford talks are scheduled to be moved in mid-August to Windsor, Ont., across the river from Detroit where the U.S. companies will be holding negotiations. Chrysler Canada Ltd. will move its negotiating team into Detroit for the opening gun Fri- day. A spokesman said joint ne- gotiations with the U.S. parent will be held on the major con- tract issues and the Canadian team mil split off later to work out specific local issues. Both the union and the com- panies concede that in the event of a strike in the U.S. company operations on both sides of the border would be stopped be- cause of corporate integration under the auto pact, the supply of a variety of parts would soon run short. Actor Finds Horses Hard To Handle CALGARY Tab Hunter got his first taste of chuckwagon driving last week, emerging from a training ses- sion witli tender hands. Rehearsing for scenes for "Old a movie being produced by Larry Lans- burgh, Hunter found the chuck- wagon horses were a far dif- ferent breed from the tho- roughbreds he raises on a California ranch. FINAL SEQUENCE The thoroughbreds, he said, respond to a just caress them." The chuckwagon horses, supplied by Tom Dor- chester of Westerose, Alta., Canadian chuckwagon driving champion, respond only to a good, solid yank on the reins. "Old which will be distributed by the Walt Dis- new Studios, is about a girl, her father and camp guide hunter who capture a horse but can't break him t ride. But he can be trained ti pull and ends up in the Cal gary Stampede as a chuck wagon horse. The Hollywood crew is in Cal gary to shoot the movie's fina sequences, including a fen minutes of chuckwagon scenes at the Stampede. The production crew has se up shop in a field on the Mil larville road southwest of the city to film a cross-country ride that Lansburgh describes as a "poor man's Ben Hur." Other scenes for the movii were filmed in Colorado and a Radium Hot Springs, B.C. PAYING THE BILLS Lansburgh is an independen producer who has won academy awards for the movies "Wet back Hound" and "The Horse With the Flying Tail." He wrote the script and is paying the bills for hauling cast of seven, a crew of 15, horses and equipment up from California. Susan Bracken, who plays (lie girl, said "Old Hacksaw" is children's movie. Mrs. Lansburgh, who serves as a girl Friday on the set said her husband auditioned E lot of girls before he fount Miss Bracken, 22, daughter of comedian Eddie Bracken. "She's so nice, so normal and some Hollywood starlets are so obnoxious." Chuckwagon horses are trained to run and the 30-sec- ond course at Millarville mere- ly gets them warmed up. As a result there have been too run- aways. "They're crazy Hun- TAB HUNTER Raw Hands Storm Hits Stampede CALGARY wind and hail hit the city Saturday, dampening third-day spirits at the Calgary Stampede but persons still went through the gates to watch the western festi- val. Saturday's attendance was down- compared with a record on the same day last year. The crowd count for the first three days of the 1970 Stampede was up over 1969. Rain showers fell Sunday, family fun day at the Stam- pede. The rodeo, chuckwagon races, sideshows and games took a day off, but there was a free family variety show fea- turing singers, bands, comedi- ans, a boomerang thrower, sky divers and a precision riding display. Astronaut James Lovell ar- rived in the city to visit friends and was invited to appear in today's Stampede parade. U.S. PoWs Killed By Atom Bomb HIROSHIMA (Reuters) Twenty-three United States pris- were killed with an estimated Japanese when the first atom bomh was dropped Aug. 6, 1545, a witness said today. Hiroshi Yanagida, 56, was a warrant officer in charge of three prison camps here when an American B-29 dropped the bomb. He said the 23 prisoners had been in aircraft shot down in the Hiroshima area during the Second World War. Rainmaker Needed In Dry B.C. Area VICTORIA Great- er Victoria Water Commissioner says a rainmaker will be need- ed this fall it the lake behind the new Sooke Dam on the west coast of Vancouver Island is to be filled. "Vv'e seem to be moving into a drought cycle and if this pat- tern holds up, we won't get rain until Ronald Up- ivard predicted here. "If we are to fill the new dam, we shall need lo hire a rainmaker." Mr. Upward noted that the city's rainfall over the last 18 months has been just half of the normal average. "The woathcr seems to go in cycles 1937-44 was a drought cycle; the 50s and early 60s were wet, and now we seem to >e into an era of drought he said. PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Airport" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Paint Your Wagon" Short Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Love Bug" "Young Billie One Complete Show ter said, "all they want to do is run." The runaways were stopped by Happy Tegart of Inver- mere, B.C., 1968 Canadian bareback bronc riding cham- pion. Tegart and his wife have jobs doubling for the stars. Monday, July 13, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Cabinet System Disaster Area Says Baldwin OTTAWA (CP) Gerald Baldwin, Conservative leader, said here that Trudeau cabinet system has b come a "disaster area." He said in a statement th there arc too many cabin committees and task forces an too little .communication, fre dom and flexibility. As a result, the governmc had lost about one-third of i legislative program. It had tended to enact 82 bills, but on 55, excluding appropriatii bills, had been passed by Pa liament. Dies WASHINGTON (AP) Irei Williams Matney, who achieve stage fame in the title role Porgy and Bess, died here Su day at the age of 38. Cause death was unknown. Mrs. Ma ney joined the Everyman Oper Company in 1953 to perform th title role of George Gershwin folk-opera. She alternated in th role with Leontyne Price, now star of the Metropolitan Oper DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lethbridgB ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. SOUTHERN ALBERTA f THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Starring Phil Silvers, Kenneth Williams, Angela Douglas and Jim Dale. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 13, 14 and 15. Monday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "A FEW BULLETS MORE" In color. Starring Diane Zura and Gloria Milland. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "GRAND PRIX" In color. Starring James Garner. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 13, 14 and 15. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EASY RIDER" In color. Starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- day and Thursday, July 13, 14, 15 and 16. Mondays shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDOE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE July 14th -20th inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL Tuesday, July 14th NOON HOUR SWIM liOO p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Wednesday, July 15th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Thursday, July 16th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Friday, July 17th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, July 18th Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, July 19th Public Swimming 1 :00- p.m. Family Swimming pp.m. Monday, July 20th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. LIONS POOL Tuesday, July 14th to Friday July 17th Public Swimming 1 :00- p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, July 18th Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, July 19th Public Swimming p.m. Monday, July 20th Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL Tuesday, July 14th to Friday July 17lh Public Swimming a.m.- p.m. Saturday, July 18lh Public Swimming 1 p.m. Sunday, July 19lh Public Swimming p.m. Monday, July 20th Public Swimming a.m.- p.m. THIS ADVERTISEMENT Will APPEAR MONDAY THURSDAY Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Every Day of the Week PRIME RIB til SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. IN OUR LICENSED DINING ROOM ONLY 1.00 Reservations Not Plenty of Free Parking! BOOK YOUR Christmas Parly WITH US NOW! Excellent food and fac- lilies STIU available >ul being booked asl MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 Two pieces of legislation not passed were a Canada grain bill and a farm products marketing bill. Mr. Baldwin said Agriculture Minister 11. A. Olson did not have "the weight' and preced- ence in (lie cabinet pecking order" to gain the necessary priority for these two bills. NOW SHOWING NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NOW A MOTION PICTURE! ADULT HUNTER AIRPORT BURT DEAN LANCASTER-MARTIN JEANSEBERG MATINEE MOM. AND TUES. ONLY EVENING 2 SHOWS AND P.M. TODAY and TUES. This is a picture of the perfect embezzler! He not only gels away with A ni n T but the redhead AUULT as well! Peter Ustinov. Maggie Smith Karl Maiden h ssHot Bob Newhart METROCOLOR SECOND FEATURE "IF IT'S TUESDAY THIS MUST BE BELGIUM" OLLEGE1 IN EM A1 TONSGHT thru WED. 2 SHOWS and p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD The Deadliost Man Alive ...Takes on a Whole Army! ADUtT SHIRIIiYMACLAlNE 'TWO MULES FOB SISTER SARA A UNIVERSAL PICTURE NEXT ATTRACTION The story ot a beautiful girl's lifetime between the ages of 19 and 22. iiPf JACQUELINE BISSET JOSEPH COTUN AIR CONDITIONED ALWAYS COOL ciNema TONITE and TUES. ADULT mm CtlNTESIWOOP JEANtfKRG 2 SHOWS and p.m. f> 'i STARTS WEDNESDAY j Nothing been left out of "The IN COLOR RESTRICTED ADULT SPECIAL MATINEE DAILY AT EVENING ONE SHOW ONLY 8 P.M. ;