Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fiiiluy, Juno 26, 19X0 THE LETMBRIDGE HERALD 7 KIIIDAY COJiKDY: lie and She, 5 11.111., Ch. 11: ItcUirn or a critically praised comedy scries of Iwo years ago, starring Paula Premiss, Richard Benjamin (Goodbye, Columbus) and Jack Cassidy. MOVIE: The lioinan Spring uf Mrs. Stoic, (i p.m., Ch. Based on the Tennessee Williams novella, a drama about a middle-aged American widow's decline into a relationship with a young Italian gigolo. Stars Vivien Leigh and Warren Boatty. VAKIETY: Hay Stevens. 7 Cli. 13: Guests are Canada's Guess Who, Andy Williams, Don Knolls, Bill Dana and Jonathan Winters. VARIETY: Here Conies liic Stars, S ii.m., Ch. 7: George Jcssel welcomes Mickey Hooney, Jim Backus, Kalhryn Gray- son and singer-dancer Ann Miller. MOVIE: Moment to Moment, 8 p.m.. Ch. 13: A IBM suspense story about a yoimg woman who kills her lover. With Jean Scberg and Honor Blackman. MOVIE: Long Way's Journey into Night, Ch. 7: Katharine Hepburn stars in Eugene O'Neill's tor- mented study of a Connecticut family in 1912. MOVIE: The Third Man, p.m., Ch. 13: The 1349 English screen classic, based on Graham Green's novel, about a manhunt in postwar Vienna. With Joseph Gotten and Orson Welles. SATURDAY SPOUTS: Paul Ilorhung, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Postponed from an earlier date, an interview with tire former Green Bay Packer about recent football gambling probes. ADVENTURE: Atlantic Adventure, p.m., Ch. 7: Film on Sir Francis Chichester's preliminary race for Ms epic voyage around the world. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13: Coverage of the first race in the million-dollar Canadian- American Challenge Cup Series, held earlier this month at Mosport Track. News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World al Six Market Report Paul Tlvldar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsclen SATURDAY Jim Ellioil Hews, Wealher CBC News Cnurch Bulletin Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jacfc Thys Siho Cross Country News -A- Newi on ihe Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Farm News, Slocks 1 Dinner Showcase Back Jo Ihe Bible i Voice of China 5 World Tomorrow Ben Pederson 9 CHEC-FM fifteen minutes 1 the hour. Monday thru Friday 6-00 a.m. Tom MHchell 7: a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David CHEC FM News CHEC FM CHEC Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Sporl Report p.m. The Side Chuck Holiday :35 p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report- a.m. Shawn Kelley SATURDAY :00 a.m. Ron Stone :50 a.m. Farm Show :30 News :00 News Brent Pedersen :15 p.m. Farm Show :30 News :05 Showtimt :05 Caravan News, Sports and Weather SATURDAY News fifteen minutes to the hour. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC-FM Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC-FM News CHEC-FM Sport Report p.m. Chuck Holiday a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR ic Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Hostile W! tries Alarm Clock Music Past Mid- Action Set night High Noon SATURDAY Major Country Music From Movies Eye Opener Sound of Britain fl-0'3 Radio Free Friday News, Sports Week 10 15 FiveNights a Rey. Bill Porlman High Country VVeek Morning Concert hred Dobbs Show PRIDAY HlfiHT Tempo World al Six The Happy Tims Making Sale! Bedroom Suites A GOOD SELECTION! PRICED FROM CONVENfENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE t APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT News Baseball Hillbillies Teleprobe 1-30 Sports Week Three Stoaael Movie: Lonq Days 5-55 Tcicprobc Journey Inlo Night Wrcslling Brachcn's World The Bias Agais Julia c SATURDAY Women Here Come In. and Qt HI Diddle Day Mcvic: Scy Ullle Stars c Movie: Three on 9 COL Klahanip Bugi Bunny CFCN-TV Leihbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) J Ammol World c TONIGHT (FRIDAY) 5-35 Bewitched News c F Troop News 11: JO iVovie: Man Today Ray sievens Show SATURDAY Movie: Moment To Thought For Moment The Man F.B.I. Joe 90 (c) News Lassie (cl Movie: Outcasts 01 Poker Fists Wrcslling Kiddies On Kamcra Country Music Hall Sports Digest Sports KRTV Great Fails Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Toniaht Show HunNey-BrinKicy SATURDAY News c Mere Comes Ih Charlie Brown Grump Movie: The Roman 6.3Q Da-.tardly flnd Spring of Mulllcy c Wacky R-DCSJ Ironsido Banana Split! News c Fllntstones The Monies Penelope Suporrnan c Jolinny Qucsl C Baseball Bugr. ounny High Chaparral Huntley-Brinkley Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Animal World He and She Brady Bunch Prudence and the Gulliver TV-5 News Merv Griffin SATURDAY Thief Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Muir Debbie Reynolds Love, American Smokcy Bear Callanooga Cats Hot Wheels Hardy Boys Sky Hawks Gcorot of Iht Get Together American Band Stand Mallnee Sports Rotjer Mudd News Flying Nun Lfil's Make A Deal Newlywed Garni ronl enh WITH the popularity last I an outcast because of his wife's n summer or two television infidelity. The Indian aged, who replacements, the Johnny Cash Show and lice Haw, networks are busy this year using the hot months as tryout periods for regular-season scries. Cash has enjoyed phenomenal success since cannot care for themselves, are left to (lie in Ihe winter. The while method is lo shunt old people into senior citizens' homes. What the movie had (lone is skip the Super route: the Super waVc's'in'TV's "customary slow j Indian, or Guess Who's Coming season and then went on to a I to the Teepee If the film had winter scries jcopi eel Hollywood's develop- corn, really brought the sum- mer Iryoiits into full scope. Created by Canadian expatri- ates .John Aylcsworlh a n d Frank 1'cppiall, Till been about a reservation-raised Rhodes scholar who won the girl, Ihe tribe and the U.S. presidency. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DA y f c ANlEL FRIDAY, JUNE 26th P.M. Music by MUELLER'S ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME ADMISSION SI.50 LUNCH INCLUDED could support, but it laughed its way on to the regular schedule, and has been signed for next year. (Lethbridge gels it over cable Channel This summer, with the full- season cut back to 20 episodes, there's a lot of time for produ- scrs to get their hand in on new shows, while their eyes are on Uie fall line-ups. CTV has come out with Andy Williams Presents Ihe Kay Stevens the first Ca- nadian-produced show, sponsor- ed by Americans, to go into American prime-time. The pro- gram if for nothing else brings back Billy Van to viewers. Van is reminiscent of Don Francks; both are talented but haven't caught on with the right vehicle. Come Tuesday, the CBC will debut Happy Days arc Here Again, a recall to the big band sounds of the 1030s and 1940s. Some of the regulars on the show will be radio satirists Bob and Ray. Edgar Bcrgcn and Charlie McCarthy and the new Modcrnaircs (whose legitimate heirs arc the great Fifth Dimen- sion.) Joining In at various times wilt be Harry James and Duke Ellington, with their bands. Then July 5, the CTV will re- place the Glen Campbell Good- time Hour with Comedy To- night, starring the satirist Rob- ert Klein, Sliclltry Herman, and perhaps, a telephone. Two days later the CTV will come out with another newic, Johnny Cash Presents the Ever- ly Brothers, the twosome who at one time far outranked Cash in popularity. If Cash has proved anything, it is that country music, done up with big-city production and without the hayseed, is a sal- able commodity. But whether the Everly Brothers can keep on the track is another matter. Cash is a rough man surround- ed by a smooth production; the Everly Brothers are just smooth, and TV is loaded down with that characteristic. Then the CBC, faced with the Canadian Radio Television Commission's demand for more Canadian content, Is delivering of itself a number of items. Currently running is Canada Al War. Music to Remember, I the superb British-made series Civilisation, and the Music Ma- chine. The nistory Makers, a tlocu- mentary series on Canada's early explorers starts next Wed- nesday. On July 5 starts Music to See, a showcase for more "serious" Canadian singers and instrumentalists, and Interna- tional Zone, a nistory of the j United Nations. Tclcplay, a series of weekly j 30-minute Canadian dramas! produced in Montreal, starts j July 8. I Already Ihe CTV has the S Britsh made DCS O'Connor j show, and Randall and Hop- kins (Deceased) and the CBC i has Here Come the Stars, an i American-made thing with the i expendable comedian George Jessel as host. I At least the replacements will j give viewers a rest from the j current over-load of reruns, j which apart from the Mod Squad, Bill Cosby. Mannlx and Marcus li.D., might bel- ter have been hijacked to St. i Mary's Dam. The charge of racism against j (he movie A Man Called Horse.! currently showing in belli-; bridge, reflects an over-reaction j by some Alberla Indians. 'The movie, starring Richard i Harris as a while man cap! lured by an American tribe in the 1820s, was described re- J cently as discriminating, dc-; grading and humiliating toward Indians by Arthur Manuel, pres-; idcnt of ihe Native Youth Alii-' ance. the movie docs depict, for once, is Ihe human side of Indians: their familial relation- ships, (heir harshness, dignily and sense of tradition, they arc shown lo be flawed people, as wo all are, but the flaws are counter-balanced by the tribe's codes of ethics, pride and grief over their dead. Their way of life is shown to be. not right or wrong, hut simply different from the while man's way. The white may shoot his wife's lover. In the movie, the chief makes himself would do well to hit the tele- vision networks which run old westerns. These arc the major culprits for pushing the sterco- lype of Indians as blood-lusting dum-dums who losl because they worked Ihe circle-lhe-wag- on ploy too long. NOTES: Should the city by- law go through to allow Sunday movies. Lethhridgc Tliealres Ltd. will probably not go into the Sunday business this sum- mer. And it's doubtful if at- tendance would support Sunday movies in the winter months Woodstock, which has been pull- ing good crowds across Canada, is expected to hit Lethbridge at the end of July PARAMOUNT THEATRE Friday and Saturday "Paint Your Short Lasl Complete PARAMOUNT "Man Called Friday Short Last Complete Saturday Short Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Boy Named Charlie Short Last Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday GYRO "Blackboard's "Far One Complele Saturday "Blackbeard's "Far One Complele CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In Technicolor. Starring Rossana Podesta and Philippe Leroy. Friday and Satur- day. June 26 and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER'1 In color. Starring Waited Matthou, Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn. Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday' Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAZE" In color with The Three Stooges. All seats 50c. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIONS" In Technicolor. Plus "RUN, APPALOOSA. HUN" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG" In Technicolr. Star- Dick Van Dyke. Sally Ann Howes and Lionel Jeff- ries Friday. Saturday and Sunday. June 26, 27 and 28. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUI'S" In Techni- color Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. Friday shows at 7-00 and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Malinec at p.m. "FIRST MEN ON THE MOON" In color. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "WHERE EAGLES DARE'' in color, starring Clint East- wood and Richard Burton. Plus selected short subjects. Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THEY SHOOT HORSES DON'T In color. Star- ring Jane Fonda, Michael Sarazin and Gig Young, Academy Award winner of Best Supporting Actor. Fri- day, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, June 26, 27, 29 and 30. Friday sliows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "MARA OF THE Family. Get mart oul of life Take family lo a movie NOW SHOWING FOR 6 DAYS PRESENTING OUTSTANDING SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT Ben andPardner shared the gold, the laughs, the songs- even their wife! JLEE CUNT JEAN MARVIN EASTWOOD SEBERG ADULT miKTYOURWAGON Based on Ihe bmct and Loew Bnadwj' mad plsy MATINEE DAILY at 2 15 WMSION HMjVEHMLjKi ADMISSION PRICES THIS SHOW MATINEE EVENING ADULTS STUDENTS ANYTIME Special Road Show Attraction No Reserved Seats T t UL 'K 'i 10 TRCIS', JTIU 3U PVu; rtvt soxs. ivsmeit c riEW JO'J''t) TBiCK m lOSHWLOaY CONTINUOUS SHOWS SATURDAY FIRST SHOW AT p.m. SUNDAY, mi 28 1 p.m. HENDERSON LAKE picNIC GROUNDS LADIES ARE ASKED TO BRING OWN CUPS AND SQUARE OR CAKE MINUS ONE CLUB SATURDAY, JUNE 27th 9 to 1 MUSIC BY IONGACRES ORCHESTRA POLISH HALL Att MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Phone 327-0856 Wake up a Party Cotne to TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "HIS, HERS and Refreshment and f Food Available! NOW SHOWING _ CONTINUOUS SHOWS M The DAILY TILL P.M. h FAMILY a in their 2JRrst cMovie! 0 Jfj 50c ANYTIME Q "cA FIRST SHOW AT p. SATURDAY TONIGHT and SATURDAY j FOR THIS ATTRACTION KIDS SOc GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT 9 P.M. FAMILY TECHNICOLOR' fetRUSTINOV "PLESHETTE Charlton Heston John Payne GYRO BINGO TONIGHT ONLY JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NOW SHOWING 3 Shows Sat. p.m. COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED I A man called becomes an Indian ever seen! RICHARD HABBIS as "A MASS CAMXB EORSI"