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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tueidoy, July 14, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID _ 5 TUESDAY COUNTUY PO'iTUKHI: Tile Everly Brothers, p.m., Ch. 13: The Everlys welcome Arlo Guthrie, Marty Robbins and Jackie DeShannon. Beatle songs are featured as well as n tribute to Arlo's father, the great folk singer and composer, Woody Guthrie. MUSIC: The Big Band, p.m., Ch. 7: This Leth- bridge local program features the sound and songs from the big band era. DOCUMENTARY: This Land ot Ours, p.m., Ch. 7: "The Yukon a rerun episode, tells of a dream come true when a Vancouver couple grew tired of city life and moved to Frances Lake in the Yukon Territory. SPECIAL: The Royal Tour, p.m., Ch. 13: High- lights of the Hoyal Family's tcur of the Northwest Terri- tories and Manitoba. MYSTERY: Edgar Wallace, "Solo For a 12 midnight, Cli. 13: What starts cut as a jewel robbery ends up as murder and Inspector Sparrow is determined to find the guilty party. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: Queen Elizabeth's Address, a.m., Ch. 7: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will be received at the Leg- islative Building in Winnipeg by Lieutenant Governor Rich- ard S. Bowles and Premier Ed. Sehreyer. The Queen will address the assembled members and visitors. SPECIAL: Horse Kacc, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: The Manitoba Centennial Derby will be telecast in color from Assiniboia Downs, Winnipeg. Canadian-bred three-year-olds run a mile and one-eighth for edded. The Royal Family will be driven around the track preceding the race and the Queen will make the presentation in the winner's circle. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrton, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Two mem- bers of the Toronto cast of the famous tribal rock musical "Hair" will tell how being in the show has changed their life styles. News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY N1SHT Paul Tivldar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden WEDNESDa-r Jim Elliot Show News, Sports News, Sports Phone Bill Show Jack Thys Wayne Barry Country Music Galloping Gourmel Matinee Probe 1220 Paul Tividar Farm CFL Football CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Benl Patterson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone Farm Show News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Eee It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I See It Community Bulletin Board Call of Jhe Land Cattle Prices Veryl Totld Jean Pauley Comments caravan News, Wthr., Sports Farm News, Stocks CHEC-FM MON. THRU FRI. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour a.m. Torn Mitchell a.m. CHEC f-'M Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo Midnight World at Six WEDNESDAY The Happy Time Eye Opener Guest Appearance NGWS Operas We Like Sports ____...... ____ Tuesday Night Rev. Bill Portman Four for Forty Manitoba's 100th World at Eight Entre Nous Anniversary Commentary 2-55 Personality National News Max Ferguson Afternoon Concert Nighfs A Week Galloping Gourmet Actuality Jake And The Kid Gerrusi! BBC News News Chronicle Matinee Cdn. Short Stories Royai Visit High Noon Glenn Gould Nathan Cohen Weather SmaSi It's BESTWAY For BEST BUYS TODAY TOMORROW and ALL WAYS Vacuum Cleaners 55.95 Blenders 19.95 Electric Can Openers...... f 2.95 Electric Brooms............. 39.95 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigfitsl CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY Biology Glundhl Cartoo TUESDAY NIGHT C Hollywood and the News (o Teleprobe 7 The Queen Ed Alle" Little People Gian' Helene Meet Mullett Parly Dak.ari Hollywod and the stars SlSftWSf M, hf (c) Gallopinq Movie: No Trees In Wide, Wide World Banana Splits the Street News H. R. Pufnstuff CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Bewitched rocus Medical Centre c News (c) Edgar Wallace Today University of Air Uncle Bobby Movie: The Tarnished Angels Magistrate's Court People In Conflict Department S Thought for Day c 3-30 Doctor's Diary c Royal Tour of University of Air Pierre Berton North (c) The Royal Toi ______ ____ Peyton Place Wynne's Pad News Romper Room Popeye Stampede Go-Round Stampeding Today Bewitched KRTV Great, Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Sale of the Century The Doctors c Hollywood Squares Another World TUESDAY NIGHT Baseball (c) TBA News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Agriculture Our World Today Show c Who, What, Whera Mike Douglas c Andy Griffith Game News Another World Somerset c World Turns c Cronkile News t Lucille Ball Huntley-Brlnkley c News c The Virginian {c> Today in Montana 11 :CO Our Lives c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. II) TUESDAY NIGHT Jack LaLanne c Dark c Movie: Marco Polo Galloping Gourmef Love ts a Many Movie: Woman's World Splendored Thing The Challenge (c) Best of Everything General Hospital M.D. A World Apart c Linkletter TV-5 New: Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY Copt. Kangaroo i a Takes two c All My Children Make a Deal c Gatne LMting Game c Secret Storm c Life to Liv. That bewitched TV-5 News Where's Huddles Gomer Pyle Hog an'i Heroes (c) Movie Column Auto Racing Latest Craze Among Hollywood Stars By THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) In every era the film colony has had its "in" sport. Now it's auto racing. Polo was 1930s, with Walt Disney, Rogers, Spencer Tracy other notables playing every Sunday. Then Charles Kartell's the rage in the Will and JAMES GARNEK Racquet Club in Palm Springs lelped make tennis the fashion- able sport. Bing Crosby and Bob Hope the craze for golf, and Hinting was furthered by Clark Gable, Gary Copper and Robert Taylor. The trend toward speed cars will be' demonstrated Aug. 9 with a pro-amateur Celebrity Invitational Race at the new Ontario Motor Speedway. Among those already announced for the race are Paul Newman, Dick Smothers and director Roman Polanski, as well as as of directors. Dick Smothers is day's exercise. The mental re- laxation is incalculable." The Ontario Speedway, 40 miles cast of Los Angeles, has Hollywood backing. During the formative stages Lockton dis- cussed the project with Kirk Douglas. He was so impressed with the actor's ideas that Douglas was added to the board tronaut Pete Conrad. Other possibilities include Robert Redford, Clint Eastwood and James Garner. Steve Mc- Queen would probably like to enter the race, which will con- tribute to the Motion Picture and Television Reliel Fund. But he's in Europe mak- ing a movie about car racing. HEROES NEED HEROES What attracts the stars to the dangerous sport? David Lock- ton, President of the Ontario Speedway, offers this explana- tion: "I may be prejudiced, but 1 think race drivers are the hsr- oes of the 1970s. "The superheroes of today- movie stars and astronauts- need heroes of their own, and they find much to admire in race drivers. Racing is also excellent release from the ten- sions these superheroes are under. ;Paul Newman and I own formula Ford, and we some- limes spend 12 hours racing around (he track, one after the other. When we're done, we feel ;hat we have put in a hard Eskimos Impressed By Royal Family BRANDON, Man. (CP) The significance of the first roya our of the Northwest Territo- has not been easy go jauge, since Eskimos and Indi- ans of the North are not demon- trative in the way Canadians to he south may be. But a chat with Elijah Mena- 'ik, 39, an Eskimo who broad- casts for the CBC's northern ervice, destroys any illusion hat the territorial tour has acked impact. "All the Eskimos I talked to vere very impressed by ays Mr. Menarik in an inter- He notes that Eskimos of le Anglican faith regularly iray for the Queen and usually lave a photo of her at home. Carrying a tape recorder, and lOuncing his broadcasts hi Es- :imo off a satellite miles p, Mr. Menarik, amiable in emperament, channels his de- criptions of the tour to Eskimos via northern stations r short-wave broadcasts. While he lives in Montreal, and commutes like any southern Canadian, Mr. Menarik didn't 0 to school until he was 11. When he did go at Fort leorge, Que., he went to the .nglican mission school, and le Eskimo kids there used to glit daily with (he kids from is Catholic mission school. He travelled the Arctic as a trans- ator1 and teacher, married a urse from Hamilton, and then lined the CBC northern serv- :e. He knows the white and the skimo societies. HUN BEAR LIVERS He knows Eskimos will not at polar bear livers, for in- ance. The Eskimos feel they re poisonous. Mr. Msnarik says they aren't, 1 small quantities, but vitamin in the livers is so high that a eavy meal may kill. PHILIPS COLOR TV TV 302 13th St. How do the Eskimos about the Arctic sovereignty question and the possibility that their hunting grounds may be visited regularly and threatened by marine giants such as the United States tanker Manhat- tan? "A lot of Eskimos ars im- pressed by the fact that Americans aren't afraid to spend he said. "And the Americans employed Eski- mos when they were building the DEW line and Strategic Air Command bases." Furthermore, many Eskimo communities would have no air- field, or inadequate ones, if the DEW line strips and SAC bases at places such as Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island or Churchill, Man., had not been built. When the Manhattan made trial runs this summer in the eastern section of the Northwest Passage, the crew bought out the stocks of souvenir shops a Resolute Bay and Pond Met. American energy impresses the Eskimo. "Few are aware of pollution and what it could do to the An says Mr. Menarik. "The use of underground dynamite explosions in seismic surveys can scare off fish, or even ani- mals." The Eskimo'would not mine giving up his hunting and fish- ing way of life, he said, if some- thing dependable could be found as an alternative. another member, and Newman is likely to be added. The raceway is taking shape amid the orange Airlines Battle Scheme WASHINGTON (AP) The world's major airlines are bat- tling a plan by United States and European space agencies to set up a costly satellite system for control of air traffic across the North Atlantic. The airlines contend the pro- posed system, which the space agencies say would be a valua- ble aid in preventing collisions in skies becoming more crowded by the month, is pre- mature and too expensive. In an effort to resolve the dis- pute, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis- tration have invited the U.S. and foreign airlines and thoir trade organizations, the Ail- Transport Association and the fnternational Air Transport As- sociation, to a special briefing here Aug. 12. NASA and the European Space Research Organization have proposed a test system of two satellites, and a number of ground stations, linked with the existing air traffic control sys- tem. NASA has budgeted for study of the system during the current fiscal year. The airlines, through ATA and IATA, have said they don't need such a system for some years and don't want to be saddled with its cost. PAUL NEWMAN proves. After the preview with Lhe pro-am celebrity race, the track will officially open with the California 500 Sept. 6. The stadium is designed to seat and Lockton hopes to fill it. "There is a greater density of auto racing fans in southern California than anywhere else hi the he says. But it's the non-fans that Ihe track needs to attract, Lockton admitted, and the advertising is aimed at them. The track will Today's Showthnes 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 "If It's Tuesday It Must Be Belgium" "Hot Millions" One Complete Show PHONE 71100 HDIIfC IU REEN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY LAST Peter Ustinov. Maggie Smith Karl Maiden :.i ADULT TIMES TONIGHT BobNewhart METROCOLOR SECOND FEATURE "IF IT'S TUESDAY THIS MUST BE BELGIUM" STARTING WEDNESDAY BY SPECIAL PERMISSION MOVED OVER FROM THE PARAMOUNT CINEMA BenandRrdner shared the gsld. the laughs, thesongs..._ even their wife! LEE MARVIN CUNTEASIWOOP Based on the Lemet and Low Bwdwy imebl fly MYWALSTON HARVEPRKNELL ADUfT NOT SUITABtE FOR CHILDREN KOTOS" TKHMCoraf AHi Admission Prices for this Special Attraction only. Adults Students Children 50e ONE SHOW ONLY 9 P.M. GATES OPEN 8 P.M. Church Pulls Out TORONTO (CP) The na- tional executive council of the Anglican Church of Canada has decided to withdraw from its Venezuela social actions project Dec. 31, 1971, after three years and expenditures of more than it was announced Mon- day. Canadian Churchman, the church's national newspaper, said in its current issue flle money was misspent because of "bad communications, weak planning, vague goals and inept administration." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Starring Phil Silvers, Kenneth Williams, Angela Douglas, Jim Dale and Joan Sims. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 14 and 15. Tuesday 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 H and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "GRAND PRIX" In color. Starring James Garner. Tues- day and Wednesday, July 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EASY RIDER" In color. Starring Peter Fonda. Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Juiy U, 15 and IB. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adidt. Gel more out of lile Take the family to n movie je in use daily with tests, televi- sion commercials and tours and .here will be 35 to 40 racing NOW SHOWING STARTS TOMORROW MAT. p.m. EVENING 8 p.m. ONE SHOW ONLY AT THESE TIMES NOVEL OF THE YEAR-HOW A MOTION PICTURE! ADULT AfcOSS HUNTER AIRPORT BURT DEAN LANCASTER-MARTIN JEANSEBERG Nothing has been left out of "The Adventurers" SHOWING EVENINGS ONLY AT P.M. ond P.M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SHOWS 7 ond 9 p.m. cm RESTRICTED ADULT Lorn mail pitf 4 TONIGHT thru THURS. 2 SHOWS and p.m. E. LSVINE PRESENTS TKEtEWIS CSIBEST FtlM OF CLINT EASTWOOD E ADVENTURERS CUOT EASTWOOD SHIRLEY MACLAINE TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA CKARUeS AZMAVOUR AlAN BABSi. CANBiCE BERGEN NEXT ATTRACT ON The story ot a beautiful girl's lifetime between the ages of 19 and 22. "THE ADVENTURERS" is a road show attraction and ill be presented Matinee Daily at Evenings one ow only at I p.m.-Regular ADMISSION PRICES. ;