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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta iTV -HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY INTERVIEW: Kussell Jlorsburgh, p.m., Cli. 13: Pi- erre Berton talks with the Chatham minister who was wrongly jailed for contributing to juvenile delinquency. VAUIBTY: Catherine McKiiinon, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests tonight are singers Carol Lip-on and the multilingual 1 Joso. Medical Centre, p.m., Cli. 13: A dedicated nurse suffers from an arterial condition, but refuses the operation which might take her out of the wards forever. With Mercedes McCambridge. VARIETY: Smothers Brothers, 8 pjn., Ch. 11: Guests are Burl Ives, John Hartford, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, and the Los Angeles String Quartet. MOVIE: Flower Drum Song, p.m., Ch. 13: The 1961 musical-comedy story of conflicts between Old and New World Chinese-Americans in San Francisco's China- town. Stars Nancy Kwan. COMEDY: Comcily Crackers, p.m., Ch. 7: Regu- lars are joined by satirist Max'Ferguson and Quebecois singer Donald Lautrec. MOVIE: Tarantula, p.m., Ch. 13: After escaping from a desolate desert laboratory, a giant tarantula ter- rorizes the countryside. With John Agar. THURSDAY MOVIE: The Break, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A man arranges the escape of a prisoner. With Eddie Byrne. MOVIE: Steel Town, p.m., Ch. 7: A spoiled young man, in line to take over a steel company, tries to learn the business by becoming a steelworker. Stars Howard Duff and Ann Sheridan. INTERVIEW: George Lazcnby, p.m., Ch. 13: The new James Bond tells Pierre Berton about the problems of following Sean Connery. LISTINGS Programi liitid by tht radio end tilivfiion ifationt. Any in program tchcdulM it !e minute by tht Caliont end not tooniibilitv of Tht Harold Btslwuy TtUvitwn. CJOC if News on the Hour Wthr., Spurts on the Half Hour News, W< WEDNESDAY NIGHT CFL Footbai! Rob Ingram Concern Terry Lumsden THURSDAY Jim Elliot show ........._____ News Phone Bill show News, Grain Prlcit Barry Jack Thys_ Galloping Gourmet Country Music Gardening Matinee Probe 1220 Probe 1220 k CHEC News on 1he Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT The Way See It MON. THRU FRI. a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David Dinner Showca: Bent Pederscn Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow All That Jazi Comunity Bulletli Board Call of the Land News, Wlhr., Sports Cattle Prices Veryl Todd Jean Pauley THURSDAY Ron Stone __......___ Farm Show caravan Newi, Wthr., Sports News Weslher. Comment! News Farm News, Stocks CHEC FM Woman's World News Fifteen Minutes to Pauley The Hour Horn CHEC FM CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. Tht Olher side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m; Shawn Kelley CBR -ff Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Matinee Ths Happy Time Eye Opener Praliey af News f World at Eight Radio -Noon Morning Concert Four for Forty Galloping Gourmet Entre Nous Gerrusil Mattnw News Afternoon Concert Consumers Actuality On Mike Sounding! Concern Ideas Network News Music Past Midnight 17" Portable TELEVISION Deep Focus Picture Automatic Picture Balance Automatic Channel Equalizer ONLY J149 .00 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigthtl TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-Sth St. 5. Phono 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevition Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY Baseball: San Diego at Mont, {c) Teieprobe 7 Felony Squad (c) Gimsmoke (c) NIGHT News (c) Teieprobe 7 1 Spy Meet Mollelt THURSDAY Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) and the Little People News Luncheon Datl Part 1 Cartoon Parly Luncheon Dati Part 2 Movie: steel Town Take 30 Hollywi Stars !c) Friendly Giant (c) Edge of Night (c) Andy Griffith (c) Chez Helene Galloping Gourmet Comedy Meet Mullett Banana Splils (c) Crackers (c) Double Exoosure My Three Sons CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4; Peyton Place Romper Room Today Uncle Bobby Movie: The Break Magistrate's Court People (n Conflict Doctor's Diary c Smart Alec Wynne's Pad (c) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Drum Song (c) Wynne's Pad (c) News (c) Popeye (c) The Best of Berton (c) Bewitched (c) News (c) News (c) Movie: Tarantula Today University of the Air McKinnon (c) THURSDAY Medical Centre (c) Thought tor Day Movie: Flower University of Air KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Huntley.Brtnkley The Virginian c Music Hail c Medical Center News Tonight Show THURSDAY Salute Agriculture Our World Today Show c Today In Montana The Doctors c Sale of Century Another World c Hollywood Squares Edge of Nighl c Jeopardy c comer Pvle e Who, What, Wtw. News Andy Griffith CrmM" NewJ AsVhe World Turns Lucy Show Days of our Lives Huntley-Brinkley i KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Where Huddles (c) News Gomer Pyle Cdpt. Kangaroo c Hogan's Heroes It Takes Two c My Three Sons c LaLanne Everly Brothers (c) Best of Everything Smothers Brothers A World Apart News All My Children Griffin Maki t Deil Newiywed c Dating Game Sucre) Storm One Life to Dark Shadows Love, a Many Spiendored thing General Hosnital Lite With Linkletter That Cirl Bewitched TV-I Niwl July- 29, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGH HRAID 7 Nude Show Panned By London Critics LONDON (CP) Oh! Cal the nudie revue now in its second year on the Off Broadway stage in New York opened to a lukewarm receplior In London Monday night and was roundly panned by the crit- ics today. "It's nude, it's writes Fergus Cashin in The Sun "There is no love, no beauty, no happiness. It was, perhaps, the most dismal evening in the British theatre." Jean Rook of The Daily Sketch says she felt like going to sleep during "this king-sized dirty postcard." It might appeal to those who "like reading lava- tory she says. Arthur Thirkell of The Daily Mirror notes that the show opened in the Round House, a theatre that used to be a rail- way engine shed, and com- ments: "The engines should be returned immediately. At least they'd generate some heat." John Barber of The Daily Tel- egraph writes: "As an experi- ment in popular eroticism, On! Calcutta! may be forgiven its lapses as it teeters along the borderline between the indeco- rous and the obscene." The opening night perform- ance was a decided letdown after tremendous advance pub- licity. Only two of the 14 skits drew more than polite applause. Several critics said they nearly fell asleep during the performance. The Daily Mail critic reports: I didn't expect to yawn. didn't want to yawn. I couldn' iclp it. "All the unmentionable words and touchings-up are trotted bu n the pathetic schoolboy belie hat you have only got lo shou knickers' and everybody wil rall into the aisles. I found i heartening that they so obviously didn't." The serious papers, in re views hidden away on their arts pages, were slightly less dis rcuraging, but agreed that the minor was more suited to (layground than a sophisticatet theatre audience. Says The Guardian: "The sketches seemed more ike a long dirty schoolboy joke than 'elegant erotica.' The erotics were only occasionally ileasing." The Times critic, Irving War- die, says he agreed with the jasic theme of the the ordinary human body is an ibject .well worth attention. But he adds: "In many ways is a ghastly show: ill-written, uvenile and attention-seeking." Way Cleared For War Vote BOSTON (AP) Massachu- setts has cleared the way for the first U.S. statewide referen- dum on the Vietnam war. Gov. Francis W. Sargent signed here a bill, providing for such a referendum at the November general election. Voters will be asked to say which of three courses they favor in Vietnam: carry on the war to a military victory, with- draw U.S. forces immediately, or withdraw according to plan. Starts Thursday "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" IN COLOR with HENRY FONDA CLAUDIA CARDINALE AND JASON ROBARDS HIT NO. 2 "Tarzan and the Jungle Boy" In Color More Food Aid JAKARTA (AP) -The Cana- dian government has agreed to give food assistance worth to Indonesia under the Colombo plan food aid program. It is the second Canadian grant made to Indonesia under the Co- lombo plan and brings Canadian aid to so far. Canadian Trio At Expo Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Hello Dolly" Complete Shows PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "AIRPORT" Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Eoatniks" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Gyro Bingo "Speedway" "Impossible Years" One Complete Show TORONTO (CP) Robert Ailken learned to play the flute as a substitute for the piano when ho was nine years old. This summer, the 30-year- old Aitken, who has been prin- cipal flute with both the Van- couver and Toronto symphony orchestras, heads n trio of Ca- nadian musicians performing at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. The trio, known as the Lyric Trio, features, in addition to Aitken, Marion Ross, piano, and Mary Morrison, soprano. The group was formed in 1964 "mainly by chance, be- cause we happened to live on the same street and were in- terested in the same kinds of Aitken said in a re- cent interview. Although all three live In Toronto, Aitken was born in Kentville, N.S., Miss Ross comes from Swastika, Ont, and Miss Morrison is a native of Winnipeg. Miss Ross also SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "GRAND PRIX" In Metrocolor. Starring James Garner and Jill St. John. Wednesday, July 29. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BOB AND CAROL AND TED AND ALICE" In color. Starring Robert Gulp, Natalie Wood and Elliott Gould and Dyan Cannon. Wednesday and Thursday, July 29 and 30. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult No one under 18 years admitted. RIVER Sunland Theatre "HEAVEN WITH A GUN" In Metrocolor. Starring Glenn Ford. Wednesday, July 29. Show at p.m. Adult. Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LOOKING GLASS WAR" In color. Starring Christopher Jones, Ralph Richardson and Paul Rogers. Wednesday and Thursday, July 29 and 30. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Double Feature Program "FISTFUL OF DOLLARS" In color. Plus "FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE" In color. Both features starring Clint Eastwood. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 29, 30 and 31. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. cer more our of life Take the family fo a MACKENZIE'S Diamond Merchants Jewellers Through the co-operation of MAPPIN'S MONTREAL 'This outstanding collection of... LADY HAMILTON DIAMOND SET WATCHES 50% Off Regular Prices A. LAbY HAMlltON 6 diamonds, 1 4 Kt. White gold case, REGULAR PRICE "2 PRICE B. LADY HAMILTON features 14 Baquette, 20 round tut diamonds, 1 4 Kt. White Gold case, REGULAR PRICE PRICE CHOOSE FROM THE LADY HAMILTON tollettion 25 to dt half the regular price. MACKENZIE'S HAVE A SPECIAL GROUP OF GENTS WATCHES for your selection! Regular Values to On sale at half the happens fo be Mrs. Ailken. Miss Morrison is Hie wife of Canadian composer Harry Freedman. At Expo '70, the trio takes part in a Tour-day music festi- val and will perform on their own, with other Canadians and with Japanese musicians. The invitation to Osaka came through Tom Takem- itsu, the Japanese composer in charge of the Space pavil- ion where the festival con- certs are being held Aug. 20- 24. Hickel To Visit Arctic Region WASHINGTON (CP) Inte- rior Secretary Walter Hickel rail visit Montreal and parts of the Canadian Arctic next month and hold talks with Canadian of- ficials on Arctic development. The United States official will arrive in Montreal Aug. 13 and then tour the Arctic on his way to a speaking engagement In his home town of Anchorage, Alaska. An interior spokesman said Hickel will talk with Canadian officials on such subjects as mineral and power develop- ment, fishing and a common policy for development of the Arctic. ri MOVIE GUIDE ._, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 10 a.m. lo "lO p.m. STARTS FRIDAY 0 love RESTRICTED fj ADULT and over o wadleigh-mourfce, lid production vrarner bros. 2 Shows Fri. and 8 p.m. Sat. and Man. Cenfinuous from p.m. PHONE 71.00 REEN ACRES -j lUNCTIdN dF MAYOR MAGRATH- COLITIS HIGHWAY 20tb ANNIVERSARY PARTY TONIGHT ONLY Admission-Adults or Students This Include! Free Gyro Bingo Card Value 50e BLACKOUT JACKPOT Plus Other Cash Bingel ON THE SCREEN "SPEEDWAY" IN COLOR with Elvii Presley "IMPOSSIBLE YEARS" IN COLOR with David Nivert GATES OPEN EARLY AT p.m. TODAY and THURS. KIDS SOc ANYTIME-FAMILY Daily p.m. Ashore or afloat, they're rocking tteboatl IOIEIT 1TEFAHIE mil. MORSE POWERS SI1VERS TECHNICOLOR NEXT ATTRACTION ADULT ADULT flBMKE EDWARDS w H CflRIdNOIiIIil OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY Just soy ''rhorge I Tonight and Thurs. ciNema I NOVEL OF THE YEAR-MOW A WTIM PKTWEI ADULT AIRPORT HURT KM LANCASTER'MAITH JEANSEUftG AintlAIfl) WITH MAPPIN'S LIMITED" IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-4214 2 SHOWS DAILY AND P.M. FAMILY IKlBf AT fOfUUH TODAY and THURS. PARAMOUNT ;