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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 17, 1570 IHE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; FRIDAY SPOllT SPECIAL: Commonwealth Games, 7 p.m., Cli. 7. Coverage of Thursday's opening ceremonies of the 9th British Commonwealth Games is telecast in color from Edinburgh, Scotland. The opening message from Queen Elizabeth, relayed from Yellowknife, N.W.T., set the stage for some 200 Cana- dian athletes who will compete with 3G other nations. Ernie Afaganis is one of the reporting team. VARIETY: Ray Stevens, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Ray talks with the members of his show family and presents a new song group the daughters, stepsons and grandfathers of the Pioneers. VARIETY: Here Come the Stars, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Host George Jessel welcomes guests Walter Matthau, Joseph Cot- ten, Susan Strasberg, Maureen Arthur, comic actor Jesse White, TV personality Peter Marshall and comic Charlie Callas. MOVIE, Comedy, 8, Cli. 13: "Angel in My Pocket" is a 1969 film featuring Andy Griffith in a folksy, family com- edy. Among the cast are Jerry Van Dyke and Edgar Buch- anan. MOVIE, Drama, "Sea p.m., Oil. 7. Richard Burton stars in a story of a male survivor of a torpedoed ship who lands in London and sets out to find the girl sur- vivor who has been nicknamed "Sea Wife." In reality she is a nun but he doesn't know this. MOVIE: Biography, 12 midnight, Cli. 13: Tony Curtis, James Franciscus and Brace Bennett star in "The the story of a Second World Wsr hero who seeks anonymity from publicity angled hero worship and eventually finds escape in alcohol. SATURDAY SPORTS FILMS: 2 p.m., Cli.. 7. Gymnastics, highlights of Canada's first Arctic Winter Games held in March in Yellow- knife, N.W.T. Some unusual sports are shown. SPORTS SPECIAL: 2 p.m., Cli. 11 Wide World of Sports presents highlights of the Santa Clara, Calif., invi- tational swimming and diving championships which were held July 10-12. CJOC News on the Hour Wfhr., Sports on the Half Hour .FRIDAY NIGHT WoncTar six Market Report Paul Tlvidar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather i CBC News Church Bulletin CHEC Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys itiow Cross Country News News on the Hour Wfhr., Sports on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Sport Report Farm News, Stacks 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 Kellcy News fifteen minutes to SATURDAY the hour. a.m. Ron Stone Monday thru Friday a.m. Farm Show a.m. Tom Mitchell Major News a.m. CHEC FM News Sport _ Report _ Brent Pedersen a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM i p.m. i News Showtimt Caravan News, Sports and Weather SATURDAY News fifteen minules to the hour. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC-FM Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC-FM News CHEC-FM Sport Report p.m. Chuck Holiday a.m. Shawn Kelley FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World flf six CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on ihe Hour Five Nights a Rev. Bill Portman Week Morning Concert Theatre Alarm Clock Let the People Sing Action Set SmoML It's BESTWAY For BEST BUYS TODAY TOMORROW and ALL WAYS Vacuum Cleaners 55.95 Blenders 19.95 Electric Can Openers J 2.95 Electric Brooms 39.95 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nighti! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Ave. 5th 5t, S. Phone 328-2323 Stars c Hi Diddle Day (c) Movie: Gfcfgel Goes Klahanie tc) CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT The 'Beatles (c) The Three Stooges to Teieprobe 7 News Brachen's World Movie: Sea Wife SATURDAY Wrestling fc) Gomer Pyle Here Come Itie ARF Gymnastics c Arctic Winter Games (c) Commonwealth Games (c) Bugs Bunny tc) CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Bewitched News (c) News c Movie: F Troop The Outsider Ray Stevens Show Today Artovle: Angel in my Univarsily_pf Aii Pocket (c) F.B.I. News :20 Stampede Go-Rcund Animal World c Movie: He Rides Tall (c) Wrestling Kiddies on Kamera Country Music Hall SATURDAY Thought for Day Joe (c) Lassie (c) Sports Digest Sports Hot Seat Wide World of KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvisfon Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Huntley-Brlnkley News c Hillbillies Movie: TBA Ironside News c Tonight Show SATURDAY Here Comes the Grump Dastardly and Muniey c Wacky Races Banana Splits Flintsfones Thi' Monkees Penelope -Pilstop Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball Bugs Bunny High Chaparral Huntley-Brinfcley Green Acres KFBU-TV Great Falls 5 (Cablevision ,th. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Animal World Me and She Brady Bunch Nanny (c) Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Muir Thai Girl (c) Love, American Style TV-5 News Merv Griffin SATURDAY Gulliver Smokey Bear Cattanooga 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 Lei's Make A Deal Newlywed Gi of Lawrenct Welk Ballet Star Gets Rave Reviews LONDON (CP) Gifted Lynn Seymour of Canada is gracing London's Festival Ballet for a brief guest season and display- ing an artistry that lias one critic reaching for most of the superlatives in the book. Clement Crisp in The Finan- cial Times says that to watch the Vancouver-born ballerina dancing only excerpts from bal- lets such as the from Les Sylphides is "a denial of most of her gifts, particularly the unrivalled dramatic power that makes her dancing speak more eloquently than can most actresses." In an ecstatic review, Crisp describes her as "the divinity descending to delight the groun- dlings" and writes of her "ex- quisite unfurling of line, the flu- idity of pulse and phrasing that makes her every step seem part of a rounded choreographic whole." "How deliciously she does this fragment. At times her tal- ent almost burst the bounds of the period style." Miss Seymour, who made her name with the Royal Ballet at Covent Garden, now dances mostly in West Germany. Librarians Threatened WASHINGTON (AP) The United States treasury depart- ment's enforcement chief says no discipline is planned for agents who sought to compel li- brarians in several cities to re- veal the identity of readers of >ooks on explosives and "mili- ,ant and subversive" material. Eugene T. Rossides, assistant secretary of the treasury for en- 'orcement, told a S'euate com- mittee yesterday the tactic was used in only a few isolated ncidentsby some regional agents of the Internal Revenue Service unit concerned with con- ;rols on guns and munitions. These agents were perhaps overzcalous in their duties, Ros- sides said, saying .that general brousing through library files to check public reading habits is not IRS policy. But Rossides said that be- cause until now there was no general official prohibition of he practice, agents involved vould not be punished. Movie Column Grande Dames Of Press Bow From Film Scene By BOH THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) The I they nowc last of Hollywood's three one- time grande dames of the press is leaving the local scene. Recently Sheilah Graham told Abel Green of Variety that she was going to end her reporting of movie chatter. She plans to devote herself to book writing and a column called Speaking for Myself, with emphasis on a broad range of issues of interest to women. The other members of the onetime Terrible Trio were the late Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons, now in a Santa Monica sanitarium, Somehow the place doesn't seem the same. The three ladies were consi- dered terrible only in the power wielded over the careers of the famous and over the movies Today's Shpwtimes FRIDA.Y PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Airport" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "The Short One Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Paint Your Wagon" "Discover America" One Complete Show SATURDAY PARAMOUNT Last Complete PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "The Short One Complete COLLEGE-MALL CINEMA 7-15, Short Last Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Paint Your 'Discover One Complete LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, July 17 p.m. Music by the "MINT JULEPS" Members and their invited guests LEN ERLENDSON will be playing in the dubroams Saturday evening SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES) CARDSTON Moyfair Theatre. "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In color. Starring Rock Hud- son and Ernest Borgnine. Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18. Friday show at p.m. Faiinily. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MAROONED" In color. Starring Gergory Peck and Richard Crenna. Friday and Saturday, .July 17 and 18. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE DIRTY DOZEN" In color. Starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson 'and George Kennedy. Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "RASCAL" and "HANG YOUR HAT ON THE WIND" Walt Disney Productions. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 17, 18 and 19. Friday show at p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In color. Starring Rock Hud- son and Ernest Borgnine. Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18. nOe show nightly. Friday show at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in "HOT'MILLIONS" In color. Starring Peter Ustinov and Maggie Smith. Also selected short features. Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "WAR WAGON" In color. Starring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. Friday, July 17th only. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of lifs Tcikft the fntiily la a movie made. On the whole that power was exercised benevo- lently, though many a bruised ego didn't think so. First came Louella. For al- most 20 years she enjoyed a near monopoly on studio news. With the powerful aid of her pa- tron, William Randolph Hearst, she insisted that the studios channel important announce- ments through her. She also acted as mother confessor for two generations of stars, and that helped her maintain control of Ihe personal news. ONCE AN ACTRESS A pretender to the throne ar- rived in the late 1930s. Hedda Hopper had been a successful actress. Down on her luck, she toned to selling real estate then decided to write a movie column. A colorful figure in her own right, she brought verve I and daring to her new profes- sion. Haying had no journalistic training, she was never the re- porter that Louella was. But Hedda made up for it in guts. She never deposed Louella, but she became equal in power. Sheilah was always No. 3 and hence had to try ever so much harder. She attracted notice by the classic columnal technique jot picking big targets. Con- certed attacks on such stars as Clark Gable and Claudette Col- bert accomplished the purpose of gaining attention. Such tac- tics also barred her from a number of the movie sets. In recent years she has spent more time in London and New York than in Hollywood and she has also led an active literary life. S'o it was no surprise when she disclosed that she is through with reporting the foibles of the stars. Miss Graham pointed out tha "the Hollywoc4 chatter columr has had which a lot of pco pie have suspected for som time. Yet interest in films as a form of expression was neve higher. The three ladies are missed They added to the color and ec centricity of Hollywood. Al three took a moral attitude to ward films and stars' lives Louella and Hedda especially. It is hard to imagine their possible reactions to what is going on in the film worlt today. Veterans Gather For Convention TORONTO (CP) About SOC veterans who fought in Hon; Kong during the Second .Worli War have gathered here for a one-week national convention. They were among the Canadians liberated from pris oner-of-war camps in China and Japan 25 years ago next month Bert Deibridge, 49, of Winni peg, who went to Hong Kong in 1941, said yesterday they have gathered "not to relive those Weak days but to renew friend- ships and have some fun with Ihe guys who were part of you for those years." THANT TO SPEAK TORONTO (CP) U Thant; United Nations secretary-gen- eral, will address the 14th ron- gress of the World Federalists Aug. 23 in Ottawa, it was an- nounced here. Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "JUST US" The "JUST US" will be playing in the Cabaret every night during Whoop-Up Days, July 20-July 25. 9 D.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! BRING YOUR FAMILY COME ALONG TO A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT at HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, JULY 19th to p.m. FEATURING "THE ALBERTA RANCH BOYS" Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 100th Birthday YELLOW K N I F E, N.W.T. (CP) The Northwest Terrl- otrics marks its 100th birthday today and festivities are plan- ned to celebrate it. Slung To Death ELORA, Ont. (CP) A horse owned by Robert Noonan WES stung to death by a swarm of bees Tuesday while lied 200 yards from a beehive. A veteri- narian tried for two hours to re- vive the animal. GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, July 18th p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. Musk by "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS NOW SHOWING NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NOW A MOTION PICTURE AIRPORT BURT DEAN LANCASTER -MARTIN JEANSEBER6 Matinee Saturday Only One Showing p.m. Evening p.m. and p.m. A Picture You'll Talk About Showing Today Thru Wednesday Nothing hu bewi Mi out of RESTRICTED ADULT PLEASE NOTE This Special Attraction will shown Matinee Doily Evening 8 p.m. show only at Times indicated. PHONE 71100 DRIVE-IN REEN ACRES VlilVC-in JUNCTION Of HIGHWAY I TONIGHT and SATURDAY! GYRO BINGO TONIGHT ONLY P.M. LEf MARVIN CUNT EASTWOOD JEAN3BERG on ihe Lemn md low FWwr Mini plijr Adult not _ for chjltjfen ADDED SHORTS Prices for thii Attraction only Adults Students Children SOc ONE SHOW 9 P.M. GATES OPEN 8 P.M. i If ffl Today's child sheds no tears, has no regrets, knows no tomorrows. Today's child is Christine. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES Presents the Ni JACQUELINE BISSET JOSEPH GOTTEN RESTRICTED ADULT SCREEN STORYASCRKNPt AY 8V JERRY CARRYMAMHAil fS Sat. only continuoui to p.m. J Evening and p.m. STARTS SATURDAY 0 OLLEGEj I COLLEGE MALL lAST; TIME TONIGHT "TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA" CUNT EASTWOOD SHIRLEY MACIAINE I N E M A PHONE 328-6300 BQ'N-70 ;