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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuculuy, Juno 9, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGt HERALD 5 i i TUKS1MY The Man Hunters, 6 p.m., Cli. 9: Kcnin of a highly acclaimed probe back through time to man's evolu- tionary ancestors, JIOVIE: Honeymoon wltli a Stranger, p.m., Cli. II: A bridegroom disappears and an impostor claims the terrified bride is his wife. Stars Janet Leigh and Uossano Brazxi. MOVIE: You're Never Too Young, 7 p.m., Cli. A 1055 comedy with Jerry Lewis as an apprentice barber who is the unwitting possessor of a stolen diamond. With Dean Martin. UOCUJJENTAHY: The Kncluring Land, p.m., Ch. 7: Second part of a four-part series examining the history and development of Japan. I'UHAFFAIHS: Tower Ten, p.m., Ch. 13: Our World looks at the Scarborough General Hospital's psychi- atric emergency unit noted for the speed with which it treats patients. DEBATE: Roy Colin, p.m., Ch. 7: Under Attack sets students in opposition to the former chief counsel of the U.S. committee involved in the anti-communist "witch hunts" of the 1950s. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Bundc I'rincc Charlie, I p.m., Ch. 13: David Mven ar.d Margaret Laughton star in a 1947 English film about Charles Stuart's arrival in Scotland to lead the clans against the English tin-one. MOVIE: Escort West, p.m., Cli. 7: A Confederate officer and his daughter encounter numerous problems as they journey west to begin a new life. Stars Victor Mature and Elaine Stewart. CJOC if News on Ihe Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Paul Tividar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsdert WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show News, Sporls Farm Phone Bill Show News, Sports Wayne Barry Jack Thys Gallopina Gourmet Country Music Nation's "BusinPSS Matinee Probe 1220 Paul Tividar CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bibh Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone Farm Show News, Sporls, The Way I See I Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments way 1 See It Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land cattle Prices Veryl Todd Jean Paulay Caravan MON. THRU FRI. a.m. Tom Mitchell CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday News, Wthr., Sports p.m. CHEC FM CHEC-FM Sport Report News Fifteen minutes to a.m. Shawn The Hour Ketley Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Tempo .Eye Opener World at Six News The Happy Time Sports Guesl Appearance Rev. Bill Porti Tuesday Night world at Eight National News Nights A Week Disasters at Sea Distinguished Artists Music Past Midnight Co Max Ferguson Galloping Gouri Gerrusii Nathan Cohen News 1 Chronicle Matinee CrJn. Short Stories Andrew Allan an High Noon After Noon Entre Nous Personality let Afternoon Concert Actuality- BBC News Weather SLEEPER LOUNGES A Chesterfield by Day and a Comfortable Bed for Night In Assorted Fabrics and Colors. SPECIAL ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch, 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Three Stooges Teleprobe 7 Mission Impossible Don Messer Red Skeltor. McQueen c TliG'Bold Ones Man at the Centre News (O Teleprobe 7 Under Attack Our Town WEDNESDAY Pinnochio and Mr. Dressup Ed Allen News Luncheon Part 1 Cartoons cartoon Party Luncheon Ddle Part 2 Movie: Escort West Friendly Giant (c) Edge of Night {c> Chez Helene Galloping bcwmet Our Town Banana Splits News (c) Expo Baseball CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Bewifched i-ocus Medical c 7: TO Love, American Style Johnny Cash lc) Department S Our World (c) News Edgar Wallace Today WEDNESDAY Thought for Day News University ot Aii Uncle Bobby (c) Magistrate's Court Cartoons Buckshot Movie: Bonnie Prince Charlie People In Conflict _._ ___, ._. Doctor's Diary c Romper Room (c) Pierre Berlon Grampa Gillus Wynne's Pad Today Popoye Peyton Place Bewitched KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Our World 10-30 'World Tunis c. Hunticy-BrinKley c Today Show c Our Lives c News c Today in Montana The Doctors c TBA Sale of Ihe Century 12-00 Another World The Man Hunters Hollywood Squares Ctlge of Night c Jeopardy c Gomer Pyle c Who, What, Miko Douglas c Game Andy Griffiin News Cronkite News c Another World Lucille Ball Somerset c Huntley-Brinkloy Movie: You're Never Too Young News c Toniaht Show c WEDNESDAY Agriculture KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT It Takes Two c c Movie: T8A Galloping Gourmet Marcus V.'cloy M.D. Woman's Worli TV-5 Newr, Mcrv Griffifi WEDNESDAY 10 Secret Storm c One Life to Live Dark Shadows c Love is a Many 9JOO A World Apart c LinWetter All My Chiltfien Tivat Girl _ 3.30 Bowitchcd Newlvwed Game NEVIS rjowiyweti ua :UO Capl. Kangaroo c Dating Game TV-5 Hca Haw Summer ision Series Oi daughters. A second inarrhigc lo the lute novelist, Tom Ctomi- alcs, produced a lowlh daugh- ter. Hc'ien returned la her car- eer in 1950 and pursued it most of the time since. Ily J1011 THOMAS HOLLYWOOD CAP) Later Ihis month, Americans in their -103 and beyond will be subject (o an outburst of r.astalgia us tiic result of! a MIMIIIKT televi- sion series saluting the Happy Days of the 1930s and ly-JOs. Happy Days? In a couple of decades that included lhc worst depression and biggest war of U.S. history. That's Ihe name of the CBS shew that replaces .Jim Nahors for [lie warm months and it will reprise the comedy of the 1930- 40 period with such funny men ifcCan" EDMONTON Alber- aral Bob and Kaj it will Happy Days will also feature j, ch lhe dircdjon Of the musical sounds of those LjJ constitutional conferences years rath such figures as Duke b it thc review ever on the road nine to 10 months a she said. "1 enjoy it more now that I have only one daughter left at home; she can join me some of sings the necessary (irecn Kyes, Tangerine and Ainapula, but she likes the recent t.uncs too. "Whatever I sing, 1 let the au- dience hear the she said. "I've never Hked those I'm busier now than 1 have i For today's audiences she I singers who don t enunciate. to 1 Constiti o Attempt Change [itional Conferences Ellington, Harry James, Tex Beneke, Buddy Ilich, Lionel Hamplcrs, Bob and Raj- Eberlc, Helen o r r e s t and Helen O'Comiell. I met with Miss O'Conncll the ether day and was reassured to i'ind her just as pertly beautiful as when she was singing her with Bel) Eberle in the Jimmy Dorsey band. I asked her about her early life as a band singer. Were they really sueli happy days? A WIDE EXPERIENCE "Oh, they were great she said. "When you sang with a band, you did played ballrooms and theatres, radio and movies; you learned to work fum scripts; it was a wonderful lesson in dealing with the public. "It was hard w.ork, but I was young then and I didn't mind. The money? My first job paid a week. I spent of it and sent the clher hdf home to my mother in Toledo. "When I sang with Jimmy, I was getting a week, and 1 paid [or my gowns, hairdos, ho- tels, meal s, everything but transportation. Sometimes we'd be paid for two jobs, such as when we did six shows a day at the Strand Theatre in New York and played each night at a hotel. Tor records I got S25. includ of the constitution in its pres- ent form will fail. While emphasizing there is some merit in the review pro- cess started in 1507, Alberta said it "has reached the ines- capable conclusion that, in its present form, the process has not and cannot serve the pur- pose fov which it was design- ed. In a position paper issued by Premier Harry sirom's office, the province said it is con- vinced the time for discussion "is growing short and that the serious problems which con- front us in many fields require quire effective action in the near future." "We can no longer afford to neglect these pressing needs." The province plans to present ils new policy proposal to the continuing committee of offi- cials at a closed session at Banff, Alta.. June 15-17. "We w o u 1 (1 expect them to bring our views to the atten- ments, but the conferences had become mired in the day-to-day bread and butter issues. "We feel strongly many of these problems will be more appropriately resolved outside the constitutional arena." The province said many dif- ficulties encountered so far "are due to the fact we have conceived constitutional reform as a total solution." If immediate concerns could be resolved or dealt with, "we believe constitutional reform could progress more quickly be- cause the pai-icipants would not be preoccupied with short- term measures and objectives." Alberta said it lias encounter- ed "growing disenchantment" among Canadians generally and those who participate in the conferences because of the absence of visible progress. "It is Alberta's v i e w that once the process of constitu- tional revicnv is recognized for what it is, it will prove a far more effective mechanism for the achievement of our mutual goals." j Autl IN TRAINING Astronaut Alan Khepanl Jr. uses n trenching tool in Kapaho, Ha- waii, where terrain features resemble those on the moon. S h c p n r il, America's first spaceman, is prime crew commander for Apollo M, next scheduled lunar mission. ior uses Mlf j'tf'C n V' O M1DDLKTOWN. Conn. CAP) Author jL'lm Holt refused an honorary degree Sunday at the Wcslcyan University commencement, saying that schools aixl are I among "the chief enslaving institutions" in U.S. society. j Holt, the chic! speaker at j the coimnencement, is the au- j (lira- cf Why Children Fail and tu'o other brjoks critical of ex- j isling educational systems. i He told the commencement i universal ccM'pulsory educa- i tion Is "The one tiling it teaches is the superiority of the schooled over tile he said. "In schools people learn that the world is frightening and mysterious and that they are stupid. "I Icok forward to the day when people will slip in and cut of university ss easily as they slip in and cut of li- braries." University Offers Course ing Green Eyes, wlu'ch sold in the first version." Despite the long hours and short pay, Helen enjoyed the Dorsey band and even turned down movie offers to stay with it. After four years she decided it was time to retire and raise a family. NOTICE "Jimmy, who was a very shy person, refused to accept my she recalled. "He kept telling me, 'I don't like your altitude' and couldn't un- derstand why I was even though I gave him a year's notice." Helen quit in 1943, and she and her husband, Sportsman Clifford Smith Jr., had three i lion cf their governments so that when the next first minis- ters' conference convenes a full-scale discussion can take place." The province said there was optimism when constitutional review was launched two years ago. "Since that time Canada s leaders have met on several oc- casions and we do not appear to be appreciably closer to the realization of our aspirations." The "most unsettling" aspect was tile lack of broad general agreement to what the prov- inces see as necessary and de- sirable in the types of reforms expected in the constitution. The substance and merit of each province's position now was seeu'more clearly but have not yet rjeliniated the scope of the review nor have we reached agreement on any of the subjects thus far discuss- ed." Help Displaced KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) Malaysian Red Cross has launched an appeal for dona- tions to help Cambodians and Vietnamese dis- placed as a result of the Intlo- cliuiese conflict. A Red Cross spokesman said food, medicine, clothing and transportation are urgently required.' .FOR DAILY INSPIRATION .OUR .NEW NUMBER 27-4581 "The prognosis for significant accomplishments in the near future- is not bright." The province said it realizes the importance of constitutional matters, particularly the divi- sion of powers between the fed- eral and provincial govern- hi Gambling lee BOY ELECTROCUTED i LONDON (Reuters) Air eight year old boy was elec-; trocuied whc-n he put his ear to j a railway track to listen for I trains and touched a live wire.' PHILIPS COLOR TV RADIO a TV 302 13th St. N. TORONTO (CP) Students at York University will be en- couraged to take an interest in gambling next fall. They will be able to take a course on the subject run by Igor Ku- syszyn, 31, a psychologist. The course, Aspects of Gambling, will include statis- tical probabilities of various games, betting on different types of races and the psy- chology of gambling. Mr. Kusyszyn said in an in- New Dress Code For Students BLOOMINGTON, 1 n d. (AP) The Monroe County School Board's new student dress cede covers bare ieet and bikinis, but leaves ev- erything else up to the par- ents. The new policy makes parents responsible -for what their children wear to school, but bans clothing that disrupts Hie educa- tional process or endangers the health and safety of pupils. A board spokesman said that would take care of bik- inis and unshod feet. terview here he also plans field trips to race tracks and off-track gambling shops, and talks by reformed gamblers from Gamblers Anonymous and professional gamblers. Mr. Kusyszyn's ir.lercst in gambling 'started six years ago, aid lie lost S9CO in each of the first two years. After that he reed every book avail- able on handicapping in har- ness racing, and his luck- changed. This year he has made on" his start-of- season stake of S100. His method inv 'know- ing all that's invpc rant about harness horses, the drivers, and how to read a program'.' He believes only one or two out cf every 10 races are is, where you find a horse that's a bit of a standout." "The reasons most people lose are they bet loo many races, they put the emphasis on the wrong factors and they bet when the odds are too he said. MAROC 7" IN COLOR GENE BARRY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY[ EZ3 C? en A UNIVERSAL PICTURES ITO. PICTURE mCOLOR Gates open p.m. Show at p.m. PUBLIC 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. HIT MAN CALLED GANNON" NO. 1 @____In ColorjwthJ-QNY FRANC1O5A.......... JACKPOT CAPITOL THEATRE "Hot Rod "Last Last Complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE "The Short Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Day of Short Last Complete Show: GREEK AGUES DKIVE-IN "Marco "Downhill OEO Complete STARTS TOMORROW ADULT Could she leave her world ieace ...Eo return CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE COMIC" m color, starring Dick Van Dyke. Michelc Lee and Mickey Hooney. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 9 and 10. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre. "EASY RIDER" starring Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. June 9. 10 and 11. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult No one under 18 years admitted. M11.K RIVER Sunland Theatre "HELL'S BELLES" in color, starring Jeremy Slate. Adam Roarke and Jocclyn I.-anc. Tuesday and Wednesday. June 9 and Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER'CREEK Fox Theatre "SOLOMON AND SI1EBA" in technicolor, starring Yul Brynncr and Gina Lollobrigufa. Tuesday. June 9. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Theatre "THE LIBERTINE" in color, starring Calhcrino Sp.-iak and Jean-Louis Trintignant. Tuesday and Wednesday, June n and 10. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Gel more out of life Ttiko Hiu family to a iiiovk' and WED. Al and p.m. THIS STORY IS CENTRED AROUND THE MURDER TRIAL OF DR. SAM SKEPPARD VfflHTHE RESTRICTED UNINHIBITED SEVENTIES ADULT COMES violence! DAILY p.m. COMING NEXT IN 'STILETTO' N TGNEGHT ad WEDNESDAY AT AND P.M. Lee Van Cleef has been Dirty, and Downright Mean now him get violent. aSchiaihno I John 3 Richardson DAYOFAMCtR Technicolor" Techniscope" COMING NEXT "CAPT. NEMO ft? UNDERWATER CITY" B Mara truz ;