Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
n HBGHLIGHTS1 FltlDAY MUVI14: Mister limldwing, (i p.m., Cli. S: James Garner stars in a psychological drama about an amnesiac's wandering search for identity in New York City. With Jean Simmons. UliUUT: Who is Hay 7 p.m.. Cli. The singer of Everything is Beautiful stars in the summer replacement for The Andy Williams Show. Guests include Tom Smothers and Jonathan Winters. SI'OKTS: Golf, p.m., Cli. II: Highlights of tlie first two rounds of the 70th U.S. Open, held Ibis week in Minne- sota. MOVIE: I.ivc Now Pay Later, 8 p.m.. Cli. l.'l: A lop salesman depends oa his wits and charm to keep liim one step ahead of his debtors and romantic involvements. With Ian Hcndry. DEBUT: litre Dime Hit Stars, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: George .Icsscl emcees a variety series, this week featuring Jack Benny, Edward G. Robinson, Pat Boone and Delia Reese. MOVIE: Kim Like a Thief, 3 p.m., 7: In South America, an American adventurer becomes involved in the hijacking of a diamond shipment. Stars Kieron Moore. MOVIE: The Organizer, p.m., Cli. 7: Marccllo Mastroianni stars in this 1360 acclaimed filrn about the be- gimiirgs of trade unionsm in northern Italy. MOVIE: Wild Seed, p.m., Cli. A teen-age girl (Celia Kaye) and a young drifter (Michael Parks) hitch- hike in search of the girl's real father. SATURDAY SPORTS: Queen's Plate, p.m., Cli. 7: The lllth running of the oldest stakes race in North America, tele- cast from Woodbine Race Track in Ontario. SPORTS: Golf, 2 p.m., Cli. 13: Third-round play in Uie U.S. Open Golf Championship. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports. p.m., Cli. 13: Highlights of the Canadian Boxing Championships, re-tele- cast from British Columbia. 8 CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour arry FRIDAY WIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tividar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott Weather C8C News Church Bulletin Wayne News Farm Digest JacK Thys bhow Cross Country News -A- CKEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Sport Report Farm News, Slocks p.m. The Dinner Showcase Side Bach to the Bible Chuck Holiday Voice of China World Tomorrow Ben Pcderson News fifteen minutes the iur. Monday thru Friday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Keltey SATURDAY a.m. Ron Stone a.m. Farm Show a.m. Tom Mitchell Major News a.m. CHEC FM Sport Repor! a.m. John David Horr. CHEC FM News FM Ne ing on like some muUi piece leased two years ago as The Girl on (he Motorcycle, might have been re-named Naked Ev- erywhere. Marianne Faithful! of Mick Jaggcr fame zippers on a leath- er jumpsuit, sashays to her mammoth motorcycle, drives endless miles in France and Germany, jumps into her lov- er's (Alain Delon) arms, and says, "Skin me." it's a smashing line, and the movie never again attains the same height. What might keep a member of the audience in his seat is a strong impulse to give advice to the two. They make love in so many places, awkward and otherwise, one wanted to sug- gest they try a flagpole next, or maybe a bathcsphere. Batho- spheres at least sink out of engine; a gathering of chiefs and braves whose full ceremon- ial color captures the dignity of their suffering, instead of the conventional Yahco imbecility. Hollywood does show its ten- tacles occasionally. An ooening rhot of an Indian praying to multi media play. Your Own Thing, in the summer for a stu- dent cast. The show will prob- ably run the last two Fridays and Saturdays in August. Audi- tions are expected to be held next week. Dick Mclls will pro- duce; LM Drew, engaged in the snot 01 an rauian p ,iymg y program's creative his god during sunset has all c] w.m dil.ed m the visual impact of a gargan- a tuan postcard. A dream se- quence during the ritual is so superfluous as to be uncom- FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD fortablc. Crrinna Tsopd as Har- ris' wife looks too much like the All American Indian to be be- lievable among the deeply-lined, life-gutted faces of her compa- triots. And the movie doesn't even come close to capturing the gen- tly whimsy and subtle snideness cf Indian humor. Either Judith Aiulursou, as an all fated crone, is hamming about in true Eva Arden style, or the women are giggling like ninnies. A Man Called Horse, over- all, gives a welcome depiction cf men and women maintaining a tenuous balance with nature other peoples. With this in mind, the coming of settlers, even without the slaughter they indulged in, was enough to tum- ble that balance. Naked Under Leather, re- (Soames in The Forsyte Saga) giving a short excerpt from Hamlet Thursday on Civiliza- tion? The CBC is reputed- ly dickering with the estate of Canadian author Mazo dc la Roche for the right to produce a series on the Jalna books Politicians must snicker when they upturn the prophesies of public polls and media an- alysis. A. C. Bennett of Brit- ish Columbia did it last year. Now Edward Heath has man- aged it in the British elections. One of the problems with politi- cal analysts from the mass me- dia is that they lend to inter- view each ether, instead of he vcting public. MORE: Apparently the next thing in records is going to be a "maxi-single" which is play- ed at the same speed as an al- SORRY! Our Hawaiian Luau we are pleased to be able to present a HAWAIIAN Cabaret TOMORROW, SATURDAY NIGHT, featuring Kalani Browne and His Maui Sound 9-Piece Dance Band wifh Floor Show and CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} FRIDAY tJIGHT Hillbillies Three Sloorics Teicprobe 7 Brachon's World Julia c Here Come flic Stars A Thie. Nf.ws Teicprobe J Movie: Tho Ornanizer SATURDAY Pinnochio and Ol Cartoons Movie: Run Like Whiplash Movie: Quick Gun Davis Cup Tennis Wrestling Waster Or Wilderness Hi DicidlG Klahanif: Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} Lassie (c) Animal World c TONIGHT (FRIDAY) News Bewitched 11 MO The Wild Seed News c Today F Troop SATURDAY Rny Stevens Show Though For Movie: Live Tho Day Piiy Lotcr Batman Undo Bobby News Joe 90 (c) Movie: Racing Blood Wrcstltnq Our Great Outdoi U.S. Open Golf Sporls KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcyision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Hunlley-DrinKiey News c Charlie Brown Movie: Mr. Bucldwinq Ironside Mews c Tonight Show Dastardly and Mull Icy c Wacky Races B.iniina Splits 8.30 Kid's View Of Washington, D.C. Penelope Pifstop Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball Bugs Bunny Hitjh Chaparral Huntlcy-Qrinkley Green Acres KFBB-TV Great FflHs Channel 5 (Cflblcvision Ch, 11) FRIDAY MIGHT Animal World He snd She Brady Bunch Nanny and th Professor Eddie's Father TBA U.S. Open Golf LOVR, American Style Gel IcgeThnr American BanrJ Stand Matinee Sporls U.S. Open Let's Make A Deal Newlywod Game Welk CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" In Techni- color. Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Friday and Saturday. June 19 and 20. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee al p.m. "THE YOUNG LAND" in technicolor. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "OLIVER" In Technicolor. Starring Mark Lester and Oliver Reed. One of the all time great movies. Winner of 6 Academy Awards. Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20. Friday shows Et and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. RIVER Sunlcmd Theatre "SWEET CHARITY1' In Technicolor. Starring Shirley MacLaine. Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "FOR LOVE OF IVY" in color, starring Sidney Poiticr. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, June 19. 20 and, 21. Show each night at p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "QUEEN OF OUTER SPACE" in color, starring Zsa Zsa Gabor. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FROM NASHVILLE WITH MUSIC" in color, starring Don Gibson and Buddy Alan. Friday and Saturday, thine 19 and 20. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABEK Sky Vue Drive-In "THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS" In color. Starring Elvis Presley. Plus selected short subjects. Friday and Satur- day. June 19 and 20. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "KRAKATOA. EAST OK JAVA" ill Irdinirnlor. slorriir; Maximilian Schcll, Diane Baker and Brian Kcilli. Friday, Saturday and Monday, Juno 19. 20 and 22. Friday shows al and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. Get more out of life Tcike the family lo n movie Role Of Family Doctor Faces 'Extinction1 WINNIPEG (CP) The old- time breed of family doctor faces extinction unless his role can be reinterpreted to fit tire needs of modern health care, delegates to the Canadian Med- ical Association Conven t i o n were told here. The numbers cf general prac- titior.ers has been steadily de- clining, said Dr. E. of tho University of Manitoba. "In North America in 1930, 85 per cent of all physicians in private practice were general practitioners, in I960 the co-- responding percentage was 65 per cent, In 1S65 35 per cent. According to various author- ities, general practice in North America will reduce to insig- nificant propo r t i o n s by the Dr. Browncll said. bum iind has a t o I a I playing time of minutes CIIKC- I'M's change in policy, from classical and light classical mu- sic lo rock, is welcome experi- mentation, but a dud in pro- gramming. It's simply the same old radio formula: put on some music, give a commercial, road Ihe news (and so far, it's been badly read) and call it Leth- bridge's third radio station. It's too, too much of tile sameness Why must broadcasters so mis- use radio? There's no personal- ity on CHEC-FM, no feeling of humanity, no enlightening con- versation, no novel ideas. It's simply the sound of rock with a cash register supplying the rhy- thm section. CAPITOL THEATRE Friday and Saturday Steps lo Moon Zero Last complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE Friday Man Called Saort Last complete Saturday Man Called Short Last complete Friday COI.LKGK CINEMA Friday and Saturday Johnny Short Last 'complete Johnny Short Last complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday Alaskan Ice Station SO One complete TONIGHT and SATURDAY From the author of "The Guns of Navarone" and "Where Eagles -i FAMILY Rock Hudson Ernest Borgnine jfofB99 JPatrickMcGoohan Jim Brown Super and Metrocoior Gates p.m. Show 9 p.m. Pius Special Disney Featurette Color 'ALASKAN ESKIMO' CO'LNO THE MAN HIS WORLD fl HIS MUSIC! 3.3 jssaiB-wiTUi-HinuiuiKiu 4.___ iHtaiBfUKLT-tutrans .Tre, IHIMBSBtlHl FAMILY Matinee Sat. 2.15 p.m. Continuous Mon. thru Wed. 3 Shows Daily 'Matinee 2.15 Evening 7.00 and 9.15 FIGHT POLLUTION To date, Ontario Hj'dro has spent or c o m m i 11 e d nearly on air quality con- trol. Sat., June 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVItlON ADVANCE TICKETS: Musicland, B o r 1 and Mac's Record Bar, Mar- cel's Club Cigar, Doug's Music and Sports. TODAY and SAT. Gatherthe whole family and take FAMILY Matinee Daiiy with the greatest bunch of kids p.m. who ever embarked on a new kind of adventure. T 9 'MOON ZERO TWO' 2 9 James Olson Adrienne Corri Final Program for fSie Summer In appreciation of past patronags Special Prices for this Show: Kids AAatinees 35c Evening 50c Students and Adults Matinees 75c Evenings 1.00 GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. ond 6th St. N. REGULAR DANCE Saturday, June 20-- 8.30 p.m. Music by FIORINO'S ORCHESTRA HAtL IS AIR CONDITIONED MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Bring Your Family Come Along TO SICAL CONCERT AT HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, JUNE 21st lo p.m. FEATURING THE K1WANIS JUNIOR BAND Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOW SHOWING Tonight al anci p.m. A men called becomes an Indkm warrior in the most electrifyirsg ritual ever seesi l RICH A ED HARRIS AS "A HORSE"