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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY IUOV1E: Double Trouble, 8 p.m., Ch. 9: Someone is out to kill a young man's heiress-fiancee. Stars Elvis Presley. LOCAL: Wlioop-Up Days, p.m., Ch. 3: Coverage of events during the second-last day ot the Lctbbridge and District Exhibition. VARIETY: Ray Stevens, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests include George Lindsey (Mayberry plus Jonathan Winters and Monty Hall. VARIETY: Hcrq Come the Stars, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Appear- ing tonight are Red Buttons, Bob Crane, Shani Wallis and 0. C. Smith. MOVIE: The Man on the Eiffel Tower, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: An adaptation of the Georges Simenon novel in which a grim battle of nerves is waged between the police and a psycho- pathic killer. Stars Charles Laughton and Franchot Tone. MOVIE: House of Bamboo, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Robert Ryan and Robert Stark star in a 1955 drama about an undercover agent in Japan who attempts to break up a GI crime syndi- cate. TALK: Johnny Carson. p.m., Ch. 8: One guest tonight is Zoe Caldwell, Broadway's star of Colette. LOCAL: Color Cove, p.m., Ch. 13: Rerun of this afternoon's coverage of Whoop-Up Days. MOVIE: I'll Be Seeing You, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1944 film in which a prison parolee (Ginger Rogers) meets a mentally disturbed Army sergeant (Joseph SATURDAY SPOKTS: Baseball, a.m., Ch. S: The Houston Astros meet the Pittsburgh Pirates. DOCUMENTARY: Vanishing Cornwall, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: A profile of the mood, legends and superstitions of England's southern coast, from a script written by Daphne Du Maurier. SPORTS: British Commonwealth Games, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of Friday's events, from Edinburgh, Scotland. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13: Free- style finals in the 17th World Amateur Wrestling Champion- ships, held earlier this month in Edmonton. CJOC News on fhe Hour Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tivldar Rob Ingram Terry LumsrJen SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Wealher CBC News Church Bulletin Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys itiow News News if CHEC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Sport Report Farm News, Slacks 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 Newi fifteen minutes to SATURDAY the hour. a.m. Ron Stone AAonrJsy thru Friday a.m. Farm Show a.m. John 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 and SATURDAY News fifteen minules to the hour. a.m. Tern Mitchell a.m. CHEC-FM Sport Report David Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Making It Refer Martin's Orchestra CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Five Nights a Rev. Bill Portman Week Morning Concert Theatre Alarm. ClocK Let the People Sing Action Set Music Past Mid- High Noon night Major Country SATURDAY Sound of Britain Eye Opener High Country Radio Fres Friday News, Sports South Alberta Page 17" Portable TELEVISION Deep Focus Picture Automatic Picture Balance Automatic Channel Equalizer ONLY S149 .00 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigths! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Movie: House of HI Diddle Day (cl The Beatles (c) Bamboo (c) Klahanie (c) Trie Three stooges News Vanishing Teleprobe 7 Teleprobe 1 Cornwall (c) Brachen's World Movie: I'll Be Moshi Moshi (c) Corner Pyle Soolng You Commonwealth Here Come the SATURDAY Games (c) Stars c Wrestling Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Today from the {c) From the Sidelines (c) News (c) News Today from the Fair (cl SATURDAY Thought lor Day Joe 90 Ccl Ray Stevens Show Lassie (c) Movie: Man on Animal World Tower Movie: F.B.I. Secret ol the Purple Reef (c) Wrestling Kiddies On Kamera From the Sidelines M Sports Digest Sports Hot Seat Wide World of Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Huntley-BrinKiey News c Hillbillies Movie: SATURDAY Here Comes the Grump Dastardly and Mutfley c Double Trouble (c) Wacky Races Ironside Banana Splits News c Tonlghl The Monkec; Penelope Pilstop Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball Laurel Valley Golf Tourney (c) High Chaparral Huhtley-Brinkley Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel S (Ciblevision Ch. FRIDAY NIGHT Animal World He and She Brady Bunch Nanny (c) Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Muir Thai Girl (c) Love, American Style TV-5 News Griffin SATURDAY Gulliver Smokcy Bear Cailanooga Calj Hot Wheuls Hardy Boys Sky Hawks Georqe of Jungle Get Together American Band Stand Saturday Malinee c Nsw Horizons (c) Wide World of Sports (c) Roger Mudd News Flying Nun Ler's Make A Deal Newlywed Game Lawrence Weik CATV-CHANNEL 1 p.m.-Coveragc of todays events at the fair At least Airport, currently at the Paramount Cinema, is su- perior to Arthur Hailcy's novel isn't saying a lot. The bestseller, which recount- ed the personal problems of an airport's staff and customers, and the plight of a bomb-dam- aged plane, was a press release mixed with a story of Sloan- Wilson depth. Everytimt- the plot started to move, Zap! back to air traffic control or the runway cleaning depart m e n t for technical ex- planations. The movie, starring Dean Martin and Hurt Lancaster, mercifully takes a leaner look at the story the marital pec cadilloes of pilots, stewardesse. managers and customers, one o whom plans to destroy the plane so his wife can pick up a hugi insurance policy. What is astonishing about the film is that such poor actng should have been allowed to ge on the screen. Jean Sebcrg as an airline's public relations chief, can't act worth a plugged fuselage. Martin, a pilot with a stewardess on the side, eman- ates concern by looking as ii someone had added too much mix. Helen Hayes could have swept the board clean with a crisp, underplayed portrayal ol a wily, aged stowaway. Instead she's all obviousness. The movie spends half its time introducing a myriad of char- acters and bogs down in explan- ations of creaky marriages, the pregnancy of an unmarried wo- man, and intimations of new re- lationships among the unhappy. It is only when the damaged airplane, fighting snow and fac- ing a closed airstrip that inter- est arises. Even then director Iloss Hunt- er never suggests when he can roundhouse. A priest, crossing himself as the plane wobbles for home finishes the action with a slap across the face of a whin- ing fellow passenger. It's a cheap joke, about as cheap as the piles of snow which descend on the airport during the film. There's hardly a flake of it that's believable. (It looks like sand with a dye It must be galling to the wel- ter of leads Jacqueline Bis- set, Maureen Staplcton, Dana Wy liter, Van Heflin, George Kennedy that Airport 'gets off (he ground only when the plane does. The Adventurers is one of those men's magazine stories (The Island Where Every Wo- man's Available, Devil's Woman) dumped on the screen. Based on Harold Bobbins' no- vel, the movie de- pends on the ancient idea that a man who can't love should make a lifetime out of doing the next best thing: trying. You don't make love to a wo- man. You make love at a wo- man, says an orgy mate to the hero, Bekin Fehmiu. To Bobbins, that's enough ex- cuse to have Fehmiu, as. the confused native of an embat- tled southern American repub- lic, try out every woman he msels. According to The Adventur- ers, all women capable of say- ing no are living outside this galaxy. Fehmiu, as Dax Xen'os, sees his mother raped and gets his revenge by helping a new lead- er take over the country. He leaves after the murder of his father, and removes him- self to Europe, three marri- ages and a run up the bed- ladder of wealth. .As a straight adventure story, The Adventurers has its inter- esting but it clearly junches out sex and violence :or boxoffice appeal. There's an embarrassing love scene with Olivia De Havilland, who is a more intelligent ac- cess with her clothes on. Can- licp. Bergen, as a poor little girl, has her first love af- air in deep red lighting effects and to the tune of fireworks. Srnest Borgnine lumps in for out of blootl-and-Iust books, and probably The Adventurers w pull in a pile too. Today t book and movie are call entertainment. In better time they might .be charged seduction with intent to rob. TEEVEE: The Hurt Bach rach Special Thursday nig was or.e of the best tilings se this summer on television, 'medium which yearly cpnimi partial suicide in July and A gust. a little dialogue in a bad Span- ish accent and lumps out again. And as for the idea that tele- vision has too much violence, no one need worry. Movies like Tie Adventurers are taking up he slack. There's more blood in than in a month-long Red Uross clinic. Bobbins makes gobs of money WHOOP-UP WEEK AT THE A.N.A.F. CLUB Corner 5th Ave. and 6th St. S. Across from Downtown Car Park Open -Thit Week 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Tonight BRIDGE BRASS SATURDAY NIGHT-BRIDGE BRASS AND REX BAKER FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS guests Dusty Sjirin field, Juliet Prowse and Mir illc Mathicu, Barcharach mai 00 minutes flee by. Perhaps what is most distin live about his specials is th they give small insights into th act of composing and arran ing. Thursday Bacharach le viewers through the job of pr jaring background music, an ihe hit song Rain Drops Ket Fallin' Or. My Head, froi Butch Cassidy and the Sui dance Kid. None of the three guests ha a great voice (Prowse is beautifully lithe dancer, but he singing is akin to Debbie Rej nold's; Springfield merely nui ges at high notes and tends t breathe heavily through th others; Mathieu has the distin tive French vibrato, like mar bles running along a corrugate but they combined for medley of Beatle songs tha was a dandy. And Springfiel still has a sensuous way wit one of Bacharach's best, Th Look of Love. The Goldcliggcrs, Dean Mar tin's summer replacement, is a light, easy show which thank fully doesn't have the hard-pus! of such an effort as The Tom Jones Show., The song-dance line-un o girls', with their old Rockette routines and modern numbers capture-an infectious, enthusi astic air. As for comedian Charles Nel son Keilly, he was the only goox tiling about The Ghost and Mrs Muir, and he hasn't lost his touch in The Golddiggers. LOCAL: CBC's Metronome. Saturday at p.m. on CBR! will present a segment on the homecoming earlier this month of the Teen Clefs. The segment TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE F'riday and Saturday "Hello Dolly" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturday "AIRPORT" Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Boatniks" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday 'Challenge of Robin Hood" 'Undefeated" One complete show will include tapes of some of the songs the local girls sang during (heir two-week visit to Expo 70 in Osaka amd in Tokyo The University of Lelh- bridge Choir will start rehear- sals in September for next sea- son. Anyone wishing to join should contact the secretary of the music department And how is your film coming along for the amateur film contest sponsored by the city's parks and recreation department and the Lethbridge Movie Makers? CFCN's Color Cove, the five-part color show on Whoop- Up Days, lias been pretty hard to hack through. The two-hour daily program, with co-hosts Joan Watcrfield and Stan Bales, loses pertenancy because the cameras are stuck on the sta- tion's stage and near environs on the fair grounds. There are no shots of the exhibits, the midway or the youth coffee- house, shots which would give the shows more flavor of the surroundings. And some of the interviews have been a series of answers separated by inane questions. The resident Teleswingers, Barbara Barker, and local guests, plus the Klaas Graats group relieves the tedium somewhat, but not enough to make viewers stock through 120 minutes every day. riday, juiy 54, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HEUAID MINUS ONE REGULAR DANCE Saturday, July p.m. POLISH HALL MUSIC BY THE WESTERNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS PHONE 327-1448 NEW PATRIARCH MOSCOW (AP) Russian Orthodox Church officials will assemble next May to elect a iuccessor to Patriarch Alexei vho died April 18. Metropolitan 'imen will serve as acting pa- riarch until the election. (Tonight thru Thurs. POSITIVELY LAST FIVE DAYS fe, NOVEL OF THE YEAR-HOW A MOTION PICTURE! ADULT AIRPORT ilfcjl ,BURT DEAN MARTIN PHONt 71100 DRIVE-IN BONANZA DAZE Aug. 2nd and 3rd See You There! REEN ACRES VKIVE-U1 JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY j TONIGHT AND SATURDAY Gates Open p.m. Show at p.m. Mik CEHtymOX ftJSENIS hnVfayne Hudson the Undefeat 'ANAVISIONB BY DELUXE HIT NO. rChallenge of Robin Hood' Starring JAMES HAYTER IN COLOR Tonight Only Gyro Bingo Jackpot OLLEGE INEMA FAMILY NOW SHOWING Kids 50c Anytime Ashore or Afloat, They're Rocking the Boat! Were come those marina madcaps who go down to the sea in ships- WITH HILARITY AT THE HELM I r MORSE STEFANIE POWERS PHIL SILVERS FEli SHAUGHNESSlf COX AMECHE S MIL d by BUENA VISTA DISTRIBUTION CO., INC. 1170 Witt Pi SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Eastman color. Starring Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and David Janssen. Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25. Friday shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "101 Technicolor. Ani- mated treat for the entire family. Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25. Friday shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m. Family. Children 50c. MII-K RIVER Sunland Theatre "TOE CHRISTMAS color. Starring William Holden, Virna .Lisi and Bourvil. Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "NEVER A DULL Teclini- color. Starring Dick Van Dyke and Dorothy Provine. Fri- day, Saturday and Sunday, July 24, 25 and 26. Friday show at 8 p.m. Malinee Saturday at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday shows at 8 p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WHERE EAGLES color. Stan-ing Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary lire. Friday and Satur- day, July 24 and 25. Friday shows at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "STRANGER IN color. Starring Tony Anthony. Plus selected short subjects. Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25. Friday show starts at dusk. TABER Tower Theatre "THE color. Starring Dionne Warwick and Stephen Boyd. Friday, July 24. Shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Adult. Matinee Saturday at p.m. "HOW TO COMMIT color. Starring Jackie Gleason, Bob Hope and Jane Wyman. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie U. Sr% 3 O Entertainer In Musical FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY YOU CAN PRICES! COME ANYTIME FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE! HELLO, DOLLY! fc ADMISSION PRICES EVENINGS Adults Students MATINEES Adults Students Children 50c ANYTIME FAMILY BMBMSTHmAND'WAlTOUIflTTHAU 1 MICHAEL CRAWFORD us, TODAY AND SATURDAY (ONLY) Continuous showing at p.m. p.m. Box Office Opens 1 p.m. ESEJ TODAY FOR 6 DAYS E -IS y ;