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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE: The Cool Ones, 6 p.m.. Ch. 9: A rock-and-roTl tycoon tries to rescue a young singer's waning career by teaming him with a teen-age go-go dancer then publicizing a phony romance. Roddy McDowall and Debbie Watson are the stars. COMEDY: Make Room for Granddnddy, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Danny launches a mad search for an anonymous teen- age Romeo. Stars Danny Thomas. VARIETY: Vic Damone Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 9: Tonight's guests are singer Don Cherry, the comedy team of Clair and McMahon and the Canestrellis, trampoline artists. The host sings Strangers in the Night, Cherokee and More. MOVIE: Bandido, 9 p.m., Ch. 1: In 1916, during the Mexican Revolution, an American soldier-of-fortune is hired to smuggle guns into Mexico. Stars Robert Mitchum and Ursula Thiess. PUBAFFAIRS: Here Come the 70's, p.m., Ch. 4: Crime in the 70's is discussed by former New York police specialist Ralph Salerno. MOVIE: Attack of the Mushroom People, p.m., Ch. 7: A science fiction thriller with a yachting party en- countering a horrifying fungus which begins to take posses- sion of their bodies. FRIDAY MOVIE: The Monolith Monsters, 1 p.m., Ch. 4: A meteor- ite lands in the desert and begins expanding to alarming proportions, causing death and destruction. SPECIAL: Pan-American Games, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: Opening ceremonies of this star-studded sports event: Ernie Afaganis, Ted Reynolds and Don Wittman provide the commentary. Trimbles ____i _____ i ore listed by the rodio and television stations. Any variation in program shedulei is duo lo Inst-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC Richard Gordon Total Information Big Country with Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Stocks THURSDAY NIGHT Ron Lcgge Show Ne 6-00 John Oliver Show Hit Sound Country Digest FRIDAY 7-00 Back to the Bible John McAllister Voice of China Show 7-45 The Living Word country Digest John Oliver Show News, Sports CJOC if 6NICHT illSEKSSr.Sp-t Request Action Jack Thys News and Gram Line CBC News Prices Rob Ingram Show News, Wthr. Sport John Oliver Show John Walker Show Phone Bill Show Matinee Doug Anderson Wayne Berry Rob Ingram CHEC FM it: News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Bob Cencie Don Hetfman Don McMaster Major News Major News Major News Mike Murry a.m. Don McMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT News Home Run Road Bans News Livestock, Report World at Six Big Band of Ted Heath Between ;urEelveS News Muslcscope National News Commentary From the Capitals News, Wthr. Theatre Max Ferguson Chamber Music Gerussi CBC Winnipeg Orch Morning Concert Music Past Matinee Radio Noon Afternoon Matinee Midnight FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Afternoon Concert BBC News News Thuriday, July 29, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 i Red tape delays return It's okay lo tickle irogs of Paeific Oeean drifters Ontario chingwingding MANILA (AP) Red tape has delayed the return here of a Canadian Roman Catholic priest and six Filipino parishioners GRANDMA LIZ ARRIVES Now a grandmother at the age of 39, actress Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Richard Burton arrive in tondon from Nice to see the daughter born to her 18-year-old son Michael Wilding and his wife Beth. Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 3l4 llth St. S. 327-2396 MICHELIN 'X' Steels Itself Against Punctures and blowouts. The inner secret of the Mkhelin 'X' ra dial's strength and resistance to dam- age from all kinds of road haz- ards is steel. A strong, flexible belt of steel bonded to rubber under the tread. Put this steel shield to work for you and your family's safety. And get up to miles and more twice the mileage of ordinary tires. Change-up to 'X'. Michelin 'X' steel-belted radial. DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Fireball XL5 Teleprobe 7 Movie: The Big Show Interns Movie: Bandido News Teleprobe 7 e: Allack of Chez Helene Mushroom Sesame Street Luncheon Date Corner Pyle Hollywood and the Stars Pan American Games Opening Moi the People FRIDAY Somelhing to Think About Farm Facts Pinnochio and Oz Little People Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant Galloping Gourmet Drop In Huckleberry Haunt! CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Beat the Clock CFL News (c) Love American Style Comedy Theatre Here Come the 70s Ed Allen Mannix (c) In Conversation News Movie: Male Companion in Conversation FRIDAY Thought for Day Flight of Apollo XV Another World University of Air Man Trap Beat The Clock Rocky and Friend! Monolith Monsters Famous Jury Trials (c) Flight of Apollo XV KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News Family Affair News Here's Lucy Movie: The Cool Ones Dean Martin News (c) Tonight Show (c) FRIDAY Understanding Our Somerset World As the World Turns Salute to Agriculture Days of our Lives rf-00 Todav Show The Doctors (c) "oily Concentration Edge of Night (c) Family Affair Corner Pyle (c) Hollywood Squares Merv Griffin Jeopardy (c) Lunar Landing Who, What, Where Hillbillies (c) Garnfi (c News (c) News News (c) Animal World KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) Odd Couplo Allns Smith and Jones Do wit died (c) Dnnny Thomas (c' Dan August That Girl (c) TV-5 News Lancer Dick Cavelt (c) FRIDAY Newlywed Game 5-30 News Mows One Life to Live Jack LaLanne (c) Memory Game of Century Dating Game Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Audrey (c) Password Love American Lunar Landing Slyle Bewitched All My Children News UtS MBkft ft Deal News Ballet acclaimed OTTAWA (CP) The ballet version of The Ecstasy of Ri'a Joe was acclaimed here in its premier performance by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Repeated curtain calls in the National Arts Centre from a ca- pacity audience of 2.000 greeted the impressionistic treatment of a story as old as the whi'.e man in North America, the skid-road degradation and destruction of an Indian girl hi the city. The Ecstasy of Hita Joe, writ- ten by George Ryga. was first performed four' years ago as a play in Vancouver. The ballet in one act is by Norbcrl Vesak. It i n c 1 u d o. s music composed and .sung live by Anne Morlifce of Vancouver, plus voice tape and filmed back- ground sequences played for about half the length of the 40- minute work on a huge screen behind the dancers. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JHUV 3 302 13th St. N. It was commissioned by the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood to mark the centenary of Indian treaties in Manitoba. MODERN DANCE It was basically modern dance, with only Rita Joe in a more classical form. The part of the young girl was danced with pathos and y o u n g -g i r 1 charm by Ana Maria de Gorriz of Spain, with the Royal Winni- peg Ballet for six years. Salvatore Aiello danced the role of her Indian sweetheart, Jaimie Paul. Miss Mortifee, a native South Africaner, played the role of The Singer in the original pluy ard does the same in the ballet, singing her own songs. Featured in the filmed back- ground, with dialogue, is Qiiel Dan George of Vancouver, who was also in the original play as Rita Joe's father before earning an Academy Award nomination for his appearance in the film Little Big Man. The film sequences were shot by the CBC along Winnipeg's run-down Main street and at the Roseau reserve in Manitoba. LABOR CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT in THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT "Aces High" FRIDAY and. SATURDAY "Alberta Ranch Boys" Members and Invited Guests! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "IT'S A MAD, HAD. MAD, MAD WORLD" In color. Starr- ing Buddy Racket. Ethel Merman, Don Knotts and Jimmy Durante. Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RUN, ANGEL, RUN" In color. Raw and violent. Thurs- day, July 29. Show lime p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in Thursday is Bargain Night at the Tabcr Drive-In. Admis- sion is only per car. "ONE-EYED JACKS" In coldi'. Starring Marlon Brando and Karl Maiden. TABER Tower Theatre "TIIK OWL AND T1ILO PUSSYCAT" In color. Starring Bartora Streisand nnd George Segal. Thursday and Fri- day, July 'S and :m. Thursday shows at and p.m. licslricled Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "FLAP" In color. Starring Anthony Qninn and Shelly Winlers. Adidl Neil Hcrommondcd for Children. Thurs- day p.m. Friday 7 and 9 p.m. Gol moro out of life Tnko Ihc fomily to o movid -Hope gets the message HOLLYWOOD (AP) Three thousand United Stales soldiers al two remote bases in Alaska recently signed a petition asking for a visit from Bob Hope and "Girls! Girls! The comedian, who has been entertaining troops for nearly 30 years, got the message. Hope was to have taken off from Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday night for Fairbanks with 130 girls, 17 to 25 years old. John Wayne sues film company LOS ANGELES (AP) John Wayne has sued Paramount Pictures for million over the sale to television of True Grit, the movie which won the veteran actor his only Oscar. Wayne's suit, filed in Cali- fornia Superior Court, contends that Paramount sold too cheap- ly, short changing Wayne's residual share of the profits. Paramount should have known, Wayne says, that he "stood a good chance" of win- ning the Academy Award in 1969, which would increase the value of the film. But instead of selling True Grit separately or with a select group of films, Wayne says, Paramount let it go in the fall of 1969 to American Broadcast- ing Co. with 24 other films in a million package. who drifted for miles through tiie Pacific Ocean in a powerless 20-foot boat. Rev. Marcel L o i s e 11 c of Quebec City and the others are at a Roman Catholic mission in Port .Moresby, New Guinea, after 37 days at sea and a cou- ple of days of recuperation in a Solomon Islands hospital. The week's only flight from Port Moresby to Manila arrived Wednesday without them. "The Philippines had to in- form New Guinea authorities it would accept them said Rev. Jean Brenard Bazinet, a member of Father Loiselle's order, the Foreign Mission Soci- ety of Quebec, and the organ- izer of a welcoming ceremony that was cancelled. "Apparently the cable didn't arrive in time to get them os the he said. WITHOUT DOCUMENTS Father Loisetle and his _ had planned only a 100-mile in the southern Philippines. Fol- lowing their misadventure they found themseves in another country and without travel doc- uments. Father Bazinet said the group probably will be flown here via Brisbane, Australia, although he had no definite word on the ar- rangements. Father Loiselle and his group had set out from Davao City, on Mindanao, for Balut, a tiny is- land south of Davao Gulf, where a holiday fiesta was in progress. Their boat's 40-horsepower en- gine failed and the vessel drifted for 37 days before a Jap- anese ship, the Koyo Maru, came upon it and rescued the passengers. The Canadian priest said tile group ate raw fish and turtles that they caught in the sea, drank rain water and prayed throughout the adventure. BRAMALEA, Out. (CP) Organizers of the Nitty- grittybrama -chingwingding here Aug. 15 say it'll be all right for owners to tickle their frogs, but they won't be allowed to whomp their worms. Special races for the two species will be hold in con- junction with the celebra- tions in this community northwest of Toronto. Organizer Dave Turner of the Chinguacousy parks and recreation department said today the dew worm races will be held on a newly-con- structed five-foot-long race- track. Mr. Turner said those en- tering worms will be al- lowed to prod the bellycraw- lers a bit, but no shoving of hard hitting. The winner will be the first worm to cross the finish the one closest to the finish line at the end of an hour. In the frog-jumping con- test, it's permissible to tic- kle the hoppers to make them jump, and the longest leap of the day will win. Rains kill 64 SEOUL (AP) At least 64 South Koreans have died as a result of torrential rains in sev- eral west coast provinces the last four days, the national dis- aster relief centre reported Wednesday. Property damage was estimated at about mil- lion, and persons were homeless, it said. Prince jumps into channel LONDON (AP) Prince j Charles, 22-year-old heir to the j throne, parachuted into the English Channel Wednesday lo j climax his training with the Royal Air Force, the defence ministry reported. He successfully made his j jump and was picked up in the water in an area west of Sou-1 thampton, the ministry said. It' was the first parachute plunge by a member of the Royal Fam- ily. The drop came one day before the prince completes five months of training as a combat pilot with the RAF. 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SAT. and SUN. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN METRO GOLDWYN-MAYER Ptesanls BURT KENNEDY PRODUCTION GATES OPEN 8 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. FRANK SINATRA GEORGE NO- 2 CO'LNOR 'MARLOWE' CO'LNOR HIT with JAMES GARNER COLLEGE TONITE thru SAT. ot and p.m. COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED John Wayne Richard Boone "Big Jake A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION ADULT Not Suitable For Children Mikh ItayM-CtaMoplMrMildiuni Maureen O'Hara MARTHA CINEMA V AVE 8th ST 327 5100 Tonite thru Sat. at and p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER HELD OVER THRU SAT. Academy Award Winner i Best Actress Glcnds Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT FiiUENRUSSELL'Sool D.H.LAWRENCE'S It ALAN BATES OLIVER REED with Eleanor Rrnn GLENDA JACKSON JENNIE LINDEN Bron TONITE and FRIDAY at and p.m. sim McQIHI FAMILY NEXT ATTRACTION FOFtML WORLD TO ENJOY t ;