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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta G THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juno 27, 1970 Ford Takes Big Step Ahead i Turbine Program PKTROIT (AP) Ford Motor Co. has taken a big step ahead with its turbine engine program, but denied that any government or public pressure had forced tiio move. "Absolutely and categorically, no" was the reply ot Ford Vice- President William D. Junes when asked yesterday whether government desires for replace- ment of the conventional piston engine in cars had played a part hi Ford's decision. Ford lias been experimenting with turbine powered engines since the original Henry Ford gave a go-ahead sign for the program in 1925. Currently sev- eral trucks and at least two RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 buses, equipped with turbine en- gines, have logged over miles in test runs. Innes told a news conference that the firm's turbine program has reached the point where an entire plant, a Ford facility in Toledo, Ohio, will be used solely for building turbine engines. "Wo plan to begin production of the Ford gas turbine engine iii mid-1971 will the first en- gines to be used for industrial and marine applications he said. "However, we defi- nitely plan to offer turbines for use in trucks and buses in the early 1970s." He said two of the main un- solved problems include the heat of the turbine and its po u n d s compared with 050 pounds for the average car engine. Inaes said the turbine "with fewer moving parts and a sim- pler design, plus a highly effi- cient combustion, produces lower levels of exhaust emis- sions." LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SAT., JUNE 27 p.m. Music by THE WESTERN GROUP members and Invited Guests HIGHLIGHTS NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" SATUKDAY Sl'KCIAL: Tcen-Agc Revolution, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Actor Van Hefliu narrates a report, with interviews, on the 24 million teen-agers and their spending power. SPOUTS: Football, p.m., CIi. 11: The 10th annual Coaches All-America Game from Lubbock, Texas. MOVIE: Kings Go Forth, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: An inter- racial romantic triangle between two GIs and a girl they meet on the French Riviera. Stars Frank Sinatra and Tony Curtis. MOVIE: The Sandpiper. p.m., Ch. 7: A woman painter and a minister are drawn into an illicit affair. Stars Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. MOVIE: The Sellout, p.m., Ch. 11: A 1951 film about an honest lawyer who battles civic corruption. With Walter Pidgeon and John Hodiak. VARIETY: Countrylime, p.m., Ch. 7: Guests are stagers Myrna Lome, Johnny Gold and Doug Bell. MOVIE: Brainstorm, p.m., Ch. 7: A man feigns Insanity to murder his sadistic boss. Stars Jeffrey Hunter and Anne Francis. MOVIE: A Farewell to Arms, p.m., Ch. 13: An adaptation of Hemingway's novel about the doomed ro- mance between an American ambulance driver and a British nurse. Stars Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones, SUNDAY RELIGIOUS: Lamp Unto My Feet, 7 a.m., Ch. 9: For the early-riser, a visit with the Jesus Freaks, young peo- ple who have turned on to Christ. FARM: Country Calendar, p.m., Ch. 7: A report on Canada's agricultural industry during the past year. INTERVIEWS: In the Round, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: Host Mike Neun interviews a group of hippies about their life style. SPORTS: Kalcidosport, p.m., Ch. 7t Highlights of a cricket natch played last week at Toronto, and a film on world-calibre high diving in Montreal. PUBAFFAIRS: New Majority, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: A look at tie Canadian jazz scene, with Count Basie, Motherlode and Sugar Shoppe. NATURE: Wild Kingdom, 4 p.m., Ch. 9: A comparison is made of racing speeds of a jackal, kangaroo, eagle, baboon, falcon and horse. SPECIAL: The Stakes in Asia, 4 p.m., Ch. 11: An appraisal of Japan's strength and her relationship to the U.S. VARIETY: Collage, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests are Bob Jeffrey, pianist Jimmy Coxson and the Caliope. NATURE: Challenging Sea, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The re- SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service al reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types of zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Next fo Lethbridge Locker and Seafoods) 2ZZZZZ2 Keep Mom Out of the Kitchen Join Us Every Sunday For SUNDAY BRUNCH Fam% SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Choice of lulce Hot cakes, Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Under 12 900 Adultt 1.35 Served In Tho Dining Room or Coffea Shop 4 p.m. fo 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Cur- ried Dishes, Jollied Salads, Relishes, and many olher laste Ireats to delight youf palate all prepared under the personal direction of Mr. Hal Hart, our internation- ally known food manager. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAilY LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. DAILY FEATURING: Prime Rib Smorgasbord ONLY......................... Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointment! Mayor Magrath Drive S. Phons 327-5701 Southern Alberta Auto Racers In Conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. 817 4th Ave. S. PONTIAC BU1CK AGENCY A W DRSVE-INS "HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY AND CHUBBY CHICKEN" 3 LOCATIONS: Shopper's World and al 3rd Ave. and Scenic Driva Mayor Magrath Drive iTOCK CAR RAC SAAR SUNDAY, JUNE 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK Time Trids at p.m. Racing at p.m. 14 RACES "C" CLASS, "B" CLASS MODIFIED, AND V8 SPORTSMAN Cars competing from Lethbridge, Taber and Brooks THIS WEEK'S FEATURE ANNUAL NEWS MEDIA EVENT Admission: Adults 1.25; Students (with cmds) 75c Children under 6 yrs. freo CANADA SENDS MILK OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said here C a n a d a is sending tons of skim milk powder to Nigeria at a cost of sloratioii of the declining kelp (seaweed) forests of the Pa- cific Coast. VAHIETY: DCS O'Connor, 0 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Julie London, Terry-Thomas and Jo Amie Worley. MOVIE: Flight To Tangier, 6 p.m.. Ch. 11: A private plane crashes in Tangier, leaving no trace of pilot or a refugee pasenger. Stars Joan Fontaine and Jack Palance. VARIETY: Music Machine, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: The rocking Alother Tucker's Yellow Duck joins the Machinery and Moe Koffman and the orchestra. VARIETY: Ed Sullivan, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Some of the stars appearing in tho commercial Let the Sunshine In join guests Nancy Sinatra, Bobby Vinton, and Joan Suther- land. SPECIAL: Expo 70, p.m., Ch. 13: A tour of Asian Balinese, Korean, tho World Fair at Osaka. DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: The long-stand- ing feud between the two Forstye branches poses prob- lems for the new members of the family. With Eric Porter. PUBAFFAIRS: W5, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: An assessment of Prime Minister Trudeau's first two years in office. SPECIAL: Expo 70, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The ceremonies of Japan Day are telecast live from Festival Plaza. MOVIE: Portrait of a Mobster, p.m., Ch. 7: The 1961 story of two small-time hoodlums and their rise to infamy. With Vic Morrow and Leslie Parrish. MONDAY MOVIE: The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A man exposed to a mysterious mist begins to shrink into nothingness. Stars Grant Williams. MOVIE: The Betrayal, p.m., Ch. 7: An ex-pilot, blinded by the Nazis, hears a voice bargaining for his life. Stars Philip Friend. Movie Column Leet Sugar Ray Actor Toddy's Showtirfies PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Paint Your Short Last Complete PARAMOUNT "Man Called Short Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA "Boy Named Charlie Short Last Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Blackboard's "Far One Complete PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN AlBERTA AUTO RACERS "ROARING INTO THE 70'S" By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Meet Sugar Bay Eobinson, actor. "I've been a ham aS my he explains. "Why shouldn't I get paid for The former middleweight and welterweight boxing champion is getting paid regularly for the acting chores. He just finished a role as a policeman in National General's What Are We Going to Do Without Shippers? He has also played roles in such televi- sion series as Manainx, Mission: Impossible, Land of the Giants and next season's Barefoot in the Park. Not to mention the beer com- mercial he did with Rocky Gra- ziano. "The residuals are great, but I wish it had been for a soft he says. "I don't drink beer." He's selective his film roles: "I was up for a good part at Fox, but they wanted me to play a dope fiend. I couldn't do it-1 spent too many years build- ing up a good name; that means more to me than tlie championship." As he himself indicated, Rob- inson has been acting for a long time. Before, he was mainly playing Sugar Ray Robinson. For Summer Fun CORTINA 75-50 DOWN 575.00 PER MONTH So Little Paid For So Much! AVENUE ttih IIHIET, SHEET 1 3rd AVENUI, LITHIRIDCE, ALIEKTA Now be enacts other rotes as weE. "So far I haven't tiaten any acting lessons, and I don't think I he remarks. "I've tallied about this to Mends o mine like Dick Burton, Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando They tell me that some actors study Bar years to be able to move the way that I do natu raHy. "Maybe it I studied what I was doing, I'd spool it" Sugar Bay will be 49 nex month, but you'd never know it His is as flat and hard as when he was decking all comers in the ring. He weighs approxi- mately one pound over has fight- ing weight at 160. He philoso- phizes: "If you don't keep your body alive, it won't keep you alive; that's what I believe. If I don't get down to the gym to work out and relieve my frustrations on the boxing bag, I don't feel right. And I never ride eleva- te; I walk up the stall's in- stead." Hobinson has a new caiSng which he feels is more impor- tant than his careers in boxing and acting. Hat's the Sugar Ray Robirtion Youth Foumfa- Ssa. He now is devoting most of his spare time to it, organizing events, making appearances and raising funds. He has the co-operation of the Los Angeles Council of Churches and is working on San Francisco branch. His cur- rent aim is to organize a state- wide Olympic Games for youth of all races. STAY IN CYPRUS OTTAWA (CP) Cyprus has not calmed down enough to pull out Canadian troops there, Def- ence Minister Leo Cadieux told the Commons Friday. He said that the recent decision to pro- long for another six months the presence of the troops is an in- dication that withdrawal would not be justified. Mr. Cadieux was replying to Gerard Laprise ALLIED ARTS SUMMER CLASSES CLASS AGE DATES FEE TIME and 29, 30, July 1, a.m. or 2-4 p.m. nnd Adult 29, 30, July 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, p.m. a.m. Stage ond 29, 30 July T, p.m. FUTURE CLASSES Youth ond Adult Drama, Decoupage, Batik; 12-16 Creative Writing; Pre-School- ers Creative Drama; 6 and up Pottery, Puppetry. QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS REGISTER NOW WORKSHOP ATMOSPHERE COMPREHENSIVE CLASSES PHONE 327-2813 BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY p.m. Programs Ililid by tin radio and tolovliion ifutioni. Any varlnliew In program It duo to laih minute changti by the itationi and It not iponilbilily vf Tin Herald er Dulway Toltviiion. CJOC News on the Hour Wtlir., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sporrs News 6-.3Q Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson Action Sol All Nlnht .ihow SUNDAY Rob Ingram News Cnrhlton Science Voice oF Prophecy Sunday Magazine Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Paul Tivldar Holiday Something Say Capital Report CDC Showcase Funny You Should Say Ttiat Songs of Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Hour Sunday Supplement A- CHEC MONDAY Jim Elliot Show News Plione Bill Show Wayne Barry Show Galloping Gourmet Gardening Bulletin Board Probe 1220 News, Sports Jgck Thys Snow Bulletin Board Probe 1221 Road Report News on the Hour Wtlir., Sporfs on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Back to tho Call of the Land Dinner Showcase God Hour 17-30 News Wthi- Bacx to fho-Blbtt World Tomorrow p World Tomorrow Music for Cattle Prices Music for Late Late Niters Showtime Niters Jean Pauley News (ifteen minutes Commenls News fifteen mlnutej to tho hour. Caravan to the hour. SUNDAY News, Sports, Wthr SATURDAY noon The Other p.m. Chuck Holiday Side a.m. Shawn p.m. Chuck News fifteen minutes Kelley Holiday to the hour, SUNDAY p.m. The Monday thru Friday Sign On Other Side a.m. Tom Mitchell Over the Rainbow MONDAY a.m. CHEC FM News, Sports, Wthr Ron Stone Sport Report Morning Melodies Farm Show a.m. John David Luncheon uote News, Sports, Wthr. News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Bruce Thompson News Three Hills Bible Mcnnonlie Hour Author Interviews Gospel Hour Mormon Tabernacle Choir see it Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Way I See It Community Bulletin Board CHEC FM Ncwj CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY WIGHT Indian Magazine On Stage Metronome Pratley al Movies Modern Medlclnt Anthology What's New Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Mprntng Concert Children's Stories Voice of tha Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Van Chamber Orchestra Capital Report Your Two Bucks Worth Songs or Fallh Weekend Sound of Sporls Part 1 Cross Country Sunday and Friends National News Weekend Sound Sir John Gielgud Continental Rhapsody Beethoven 1970 Music from Prai- ries Don Sims Show MONDAY Eye Ooener World at Eight Alberta News Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet Gerrusi! Nalnan Cohen News Consumers Malince Cdn. Short SlorlCJ Vibrations Radio Noon After Noon Entre Nous Matinee Personality Alternoon Concert Actuality BBC Newi Weather Sale! Bedroom A GOOD SELECTION! PRICED FROM CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Sf. S. Phone 323-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny Teenage RevoluJfon Laurel and Hardy Happy Feeling Hillbillies Movifi: Sandpiper Country Tims News 7 Movie: Brainstorm SUNDAY Pinnocnlo and Ol Outdoor Sportsman MONDAY Pussy Cat Purr, Pinnochlo and Oj Tiger Roar Mr. .Dressup Country Calendar In The Round Kaleidosport New Majority CBC TV Collage Andy Griffith World of Disney Music Machine My World and Welcome to It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Says (c) Japan Day at Faith for Today (c) Tales of fhi ______r_____ Riverbank Expo '70 Revolution In tht Teleprobe 7 Three R's Movie: Portrait of Butler's Beat e Mobster Ed Allen (c) News Friendly Giant (c) Chez Helena Meet Mullert Doubia Exposurt- News Luncheon Dfltt Part 1 Cartoon Party Luncheon Dati Part 2 Movie: Betrayal Taxc Thirty Edge of Niqht (c) Galloping Gourmet A Place of Your Own Hillbillies CFCN-TV Lethbridgs Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Window On News This Week Report Sports Roundup Western Star Report Sixth Column Market Pli Theatre Jackie Gleason _______.... Randall Hopklrk Call of the West Movie: Run a CFL: Another Crooked Mile Look at '69 News World Tomorrow Movie; A Farewell Question Period Challenging Sea Flying Ni italn OH Report Court Martial Thought For tht Day University of tht Air Peyton Place Romper Room Today Uncle Bobby Movie: Incrediblf Shrinking Man Magistrate's Court People in Conflict (c) Expo in thg Orient Doctor's niary (c) W-5 Pierre Borton Wynne's Pad Popeye KRTV Great Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NJGHT Meet the Pres TBA AAU Track Meet NFL Action TBA Amateur Hour to An SUNDAY 7M5 News Rex Humbard, Des O'Connor Dream of Jeannle Bewitched Religli Oral Roberts ___.. Day of Discovery Marcus Weiby c Safety Roundup (c) CTV News (c) Green Acres Glen Campbell Gimsmoke c Movie: Kings Go Forth _........____ Name of the Roger News Lassie Wild Kingdom World of Disney ......._________ Bill Cosby Show Our Lives c The Doctors c Mission: Impossible Another Hawaii Five-0 Day City 10.45 Deputy SUNDAY Living Word Tom and Jerry Revival Fires c Lamp Unto My Feet Today In Montana Sale of iha Cenlury Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What, Game News C Another World- Somerset c As the World Look Up and LIV6 D'egnet I Believe In Miracles Farm News Tabernacla Choir Insight Face the Nation Brachon's World Deputy MONDAY Salute Agrlcullure Our World Today Show e Edge of Night c Gorrter Pyle AAiks Douglas Andy Griffith Cronklle News Lucille Ball c Hunllcy-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} SATURDAY NIGHT The Christophers Let's Make a Directions Best of Everything Newlywed Game Issues and Answers A World Apart Lawrence Welk e Sunday Matinee AM My Children Coaches All The Bible Story Make a Deal c American Football The Slakes in Asia Newlywed Game Petticoat Junction Ed Sullivan Dating Game News Movie: Secret Storm c Mpvle: Flight To Tangiers One Life to Llvt The Sellout F.B.I. Dark Shadows SUNDAY News Love Is a Many Farm News Movie: Drums Dudley Do Right e MONDAY Fantastic Bent! News Spiderman 'c Capt. Kangaroo e Bullwlnklo c It Takes two c Discovery c Jack Lalanne This Is the Life Gallonlng Gourmet for Id Splendored Thing General Hospital Life with Linkletler That Girl Bewitched TV-5 News It Takes A Thief 64th ANNUAL RODEO OF CHAMPIONS FORT MACLEOD Fri., Sat., Sun. JULY 10-11-12 FRI, LITTLi ROYAL market Cattle SAT. Parade, Stock Car Racing, Rodeo SUN. Rodeo, Pony Chuckwagon Races ;