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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 11, WO THE LETHBItlDGE HERALD 5 TV H G H LI GHTS MONDAY MOV1K: Kun a Crooked Mile, G p.m., Ch. A school- teacher is accidentally plunged into a nightmare of in- CJOC on the Hour Wlhr., Sports on the Half Hour Conlinental Rriop- Galloping Gourmet sody Gardening Distinguished Fa TIT Artisls Probe 1220 MONDAY NIGHT Probe Road Report World at 6 Paul Tividar Market Report News Paul Tiyadar Rob Ingram CBC News 10: TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phone Bill Snow News Sports- Jack Thys Country Music Malinee 4-00 Paul Tividar Prone 1220 News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Woman's World News Joan Pauley Farm News, Stocks Comments 5-35 Stock Mkt Report News, Wthr., Sports Dinner Showcase Cattle .Prices Back to the Bible Show Time fl-30 The Voice China Jean ow 9-00 World Tom 9-33 Music for Lste Niters 10-00 Ttie Album Game TUESDAY Farm N ments Caravan News, Sports. Winr. Farm Stocks rucr CM LHfcV. News, Wthr., Sports Fifteen minutes to StccK Mkt Report the Hour Mon. Hiru Fri. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other Side 4-00 Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley if CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Jazz for the Record Songs from thi Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener B-03 As It Haopens News National Assignment Five Nighls a World at Eight Week Hostile Witness Distinguished Artists Alberta Hews Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet BBC Hows Gerrusi! Weather Nathan Cohen Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon After Noon Entre Nous Matinee 7-.F.5 Personality Aftenion Concert Actuality Sale! Bedroom Suite; A GOOD SELECTION! PRICED FROM CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4ih Ave.-5th Sf. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Three Sloogea "Teleprobe Here Comes the Brides Country Cabaret Green Acres Front Page Teleprobe 7 Wrestling Meet Mullett Dale Luncheon Part 1 Carton Party Luncheon Date Pad 2 AAovre: Badman Country -j TaXe 30 TUESDAY Pinnochio and Oz Mr. Dressup Ed Allen ___ ______ Name of "me Game Friendly Giant (c) Edge of Nlqht Donald Creigton Chez Helene Galloping Gourmet Show Meet Mullett Swingaround News {c) Double Exposure Pumstulf CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cctbfevision Ch. 4} MONDAY NIGHT Edgar Wallace Today Today Room 222 (c) TUESDAY Here's Lucy Thought for It Takes 'a Thief c the Day Carol Burnett University Pig 'N Whistle the 'Air Ironside (c) Peyton Place Nei Uncle Bobby (c) Movie: Nearly A Nasty Accident People in Conflict Doctor's Diary Pierre Berton Wynne's Paa Popeye Romper Room (c) Bewitched KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Mews Lucille Ball Movie: Run a Crooked Mile Liza Minnelli News c Tonight Show c TUESDAY Salute Agricullura Our World Today Show c Today in Montana Sale of the Century Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What Where Game News Another World Somerset As the World Turns Days of Our Lives The Doctors Another World c Edge of Night c Gomer Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy Griffitn Cronkite News Lucille Ball c Huntley-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch, 11) MONDAY NIGHT My Worlrl and Wdvic0 To It Mayberry RFD e Movie: The Lonely Man Now TV-5 News Merv Griffin c TUESDAY News II Takes Jack LaLanna c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World c Best of Everyth A World Apart c All My Children Make a Deal c Newlywed Gsme Capt. Kangaroo c Dating Gam Secrfil Storm One Life to Live C Dark Shadows Love is a Many Spleridorcd Thing That Girl Bewitched TV-5 News Movie: Five Weeks In A Balloon trigiie, dual identity and murder. Slurs Louis Jordan and Mary Tyler Moore. A10VII3: The Lonely Man, p.m., Ch. II: A reform- ed outlaw returns home to confront a hostile town and n son lie hasn't seen in 15 years. Stars Jack Palance and Anthony Perkins. SI'KCIAL: Liza lUinnclli, 8 p.m., Cli. 9: Anthony Michael Pollard, and songwriters Jimmy Webb and Randy Newman join Liza in her first TV special. COMKDY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Cli. Ki: Martha Raye and Mcf Torme, with Carol, spoof old Walt Disney movies. I'UIJAFFAIKS: Now, Cli. 11: Straight from the Heartland surveys Midwestern U.S. attitudes about current issues, including the Vietnam War, civil rights and drug abuse. SPKCFAL: Donald Crcighton. p.m., Ch, 7: An in- terview with the Canadian historian and professor who talks about the nation's survival as a confederation. TUESDAY MOVIE; Nearly a Nasty Accident, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Ken- neth Connor stars in a 1961 English comedy about a stumblebum mechanic who spreads havoc in the RAF. MOVIE: Badman's Country, p.m., Ch. 7: A lawman is forced' to choose between marriage and his badge. With George Montgomery and Buster Crabbc. The Story Of Fay, J Thirty-eight years ago a Hol- lywood producer summoned acl'fss Fay Wray to his office to tell her lie had a role for her and the leading man would be the tallest, darkest man in town. She was instantly exeited. The leading man, she thought, could be one of Uvo Clark Gable or Gary Cooper. It turned out to be King Kong. "1 should known it would be something like said Miss Wray, smil- ing at the memory. "The pioducer, Merian C. Cooper, Hazel Pines For Jack PHOENIX. Ariz. (AP) Hazel is pining for Baltimore Jack while zoo director Jack Tinker ponders how to get the two gorillas together. A National Guard plane was to pick up the 450-pound Jack at the Baltimore Zoo and fly Old Rawhide Off The Air TORONTO (CP) Old Ra- whide went off the air today after 23 years. He cried, But he's not really retiring. He'll be back on the CBC na- tional radio network again in the fall, with another shew and different format. Max Ferguson, the man of many voices familiarly known to his listeners as Rawhide, the character he played on radio for eight years, an- nouncer! in April, 1M9. that his daily morning Max Fergu- son Show was "too much of a grind" and that he would quit it in June, 1970.- So he did. He ended his show on a high level, as he said he hoped to do. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker called from Ottawa to wish him well and to say he didn't really mind the ribbing Ferguson has given him over the years. ADMITS HE'S A FAN Mr. Diefenbaker told him by telephone that he had just come in from walking his dog and decided to call Mm to say he had been a Ferguson fan for many years, despite being the butt many satirical sketches. For his last show, Ferguson used the Shenandoah theme from an old sea chanty pro- gram of his Halifax days, Harmony Harbor. He was the announcer for the program and as usual the theme today was accompanied by the sound effects of crashing seas. The satirist, who started in radio in London, Ont., in 1946 then moved to Halifax for a number of years oh the CBC station there, now lives in Toronto with his wife and five children. He was born in Durham, England, but his early years were spent in London where he graduated Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Paint Your Short Last Complete PARAMOUNT Man Called Short Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA "Boy Named Charlie Short Lasl Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Night They Raided Mins- Play One complete from the University of West- ern Ontario. He created Rawhide and hundreds of other characters to lighten with saitre his daily newscasts. At least two sketches were in his 25-minute show which the CBC once esti- mated reached listen- ers across the country. Raw- hide was his favorite and he played that part as a feature for eight years before switch- ing to the formal title of the Max Ferguson Show from To- ronto. AROSE AT 5 a.m. He had to be up before 5 a.m. five days a week to make his appearance be- fore the microphone. When he announced he was giving it Peck Steps Down As President HOLLYWOOD (AP) Screenwriter Daniel Taradash was elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for 1970-71, the academy announced Thursday. Actor Gregory Peck, who de- clined nomination for re-eleclion as president because of a planned absence from Holly- wood, was named first vice- president. The academy makes the industry's Oscar awards each year. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. up, he said: "I'm getting a lit- tle tired of having to think hard and fast five mornings a week." him here on a training flight, but the defence department vetoed the plans in which two men to accompany the gorilla, who was knocked out by a t r a H q u i 1 i i e r and strapped to a stretcher. Tinker says the zoo can't af- ford a commercial flight. He's looking for a large-enough plane able to make the flight in nine to 12 hours. Baltimore Jack should not be tranquil- lized any longer, he says. Phoenix zoo officials have promised the first-born to the Baltimore they can get the two together. had a rcputiilion as something of a poetical jokiM1." Miss Wray and Kong, as she affectionately calls the horror picture's ape-star, are to- gether again at the Atlanta International Film Festival where the film was to be viewed and studied. What was intended as De- pression-era escapism now is being viewed Tor its sociologi- cal importance. Some movie buffs seem convinced the now-classic movie had some- thing important to say about man's inhumanity to what else could have driven a nice ape like Kong, wilh a nice girl like Miss Wray, to the lop of the Empire State Build- ing to swat at airplanes? "A nice young man called me the other and said be had seen the movie 47 times and, if 1 could comment, was prepared to write meaning- ful account of his cxperi- ences.'' said Miss Wray. "Most puzzling." Miss Wray, mother of three grown children, has seen the movie four times, the last about seven years ago. "1 don't really think it was a honor movie. Certainly it had sexual overtones, but Kong was really a beautiful person. The sexuality was one of tenderness, primitive con- cern." King Kong actually was an 18-inch model of an ape which, through special photo- graphic effects, was made to look gigantic. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SOUTHERN ALBERTA AMATEUR MOVIE FESTIVAL Sponsored by City of Lethbridge Parks and Recreation Department and Lethbridge Movie Makers Club WHO MAY COMPETE: Any amateur movie maker of Southern Alberta as far north as Claresholm. QUALIFICATIONS FOR ENTRY: one film per entrant, film must be: silent regular or super 8mm be produced for projection at 16 or 18 FPS. not be of a length more than normally accommo- dated on a 200 foot reel, be produced within the last 10 years, be provided wilh a leader of not less than 30 inches in length. the film must not be 1he object of any sales or rental agreement prior to it being entered in this competition. CLASSES: A film may be entered ir. any one of the following classes: TRAVEL FAMILY NATURE SPORTS DOCUMENTARY Awards will be made to the winner and runner-up in each class. Films will be judged on TECHNIQUE, EDITING, SCRIPT, TITLE. Entry Forms and additional information is available fro.-? the Community Summer Program Office, in the Yntes Centre, Lethbridge, Alberta, or any one of itie following iocatlcnr Woolco, A. E. Cross, McCready-Baines, Anglo Distributees DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: All films must be forwarded to the Yates Centre by September 30th, 1970. ENTRY FEE: per film. NOTE: This competition not open to film clubs or members of the Lethbridge Movie Makers. Prizes for the vari- ous classifications have been donated by: Woolco, A. E. Cross, McCready-Baines, and Anglo Distributors. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "DEATH RIDE A HORSE'' In technicolor. Starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law. Holiday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 29. 30 and July I. Monday show at p.m. Adult. Not suitable for children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "CARRY ON PIMPERNEL" In color. Starring the 'Cany On Gang', Sidney James, Jim Dale and Joan Sims. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 30 and July 1. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "POPI" _ In color. Starring Alan Arkin. Monday and Tuesday, June 20 and 30. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THEY SHOOT HORSES. DON'T In color. Starring Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin and Academy Award winner Best Supporting Aclor Gig Young. Monday and Tuesday, June 29 and 30. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE taeta taatas Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Every Day of the Week PRIME RIB BOOK YOUR Christmas Party WITH US NOW! Excellent food and fac- lifies STILL available But being booked up ast! Reservations Not Required! Plenty of Free Parking! MAYOR MACRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 FRITZ SICK POOL lues.', June 30th- Public Swimming Public Swimming "DOMINION DAY" Wed., July 1st- Public Swimming Public Swimming Thurs., July 2nd- Noon Hour Swim Public Swimming hi., July 3rd- Noon Hour Swim Public Swimming Public Swimming Sat., July 4th- Public Swimming Sun., July 5lh- Swimming Mon., July 6th- Noon Hour Swim Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. LIONS POOL Tues., June 30th- Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. "DOMINION DAY" Wed., July Public Swimming............... p.m. Thurs., July 2nd- Public1 Swimming Public Swimming 9 00 p.m. Fri., July 3rd- Public Swimming............... p.m. Public Swimming............... 9 00 p.m. Sat., July 4th- Public Swimming p.m. Sun., July Public Swimming p.m. Mon., July Public Swimming............... p.m. Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL Tues., June 30th- Public Swimming a.m. p.m. Wed., July 1st- Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Thurs., July Public'Swimming o.m. p.m. Fn., July 3rd- Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Sat., July 4th- Public Swimming a.m. p.m. Sun.. July 5th- Public Swimming a.m. p.m. Mon., July Public Swimming a.m. p.m. SPECIAL NOTE: There are some openings for Intermediate level swimmers in Session II (July 2 17) cf Children's Morning Swim Instiuction Classes at the Friti Sick Pool. Any perrons should register ar the pool bsfo.e July 2nd. ENJOY OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT IN AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFORT THE BEST HOLIDAY FUN ONE 71100 RUN ACRES DRIVE-I TH-COUTTS, HIGHWA' llnilnil Ant GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT 9 P.M. 7 t TIAY DIRTY I IN COLOR wilh MICHAEL CAINE OLLEGE INCMA OLLEGE MALL 328-6300 TODAY thru WED. "Peanuts'Gang in their JFirst cMovie! KIDS' 50c ANYTIME "clTloyMamfti Charlie'Brown" CONTINUOUS SHOWS DAILY TILL P.M. FAMILY COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SUMMER ENJOYMENT COMING f Mules For Sister Serro" NEXT with Cltnt Eastwood ciNema TONIGHT thru THURS, At and p.m. This movie some say is very controversial we don't agree 11 YOU BE THE JUDGE SEE FOR YOURSELF The ultimate test of his courage is llie Sun Vow Rilual. Brutal, Beautiful, Electrifying. "A Man Called Horse" is any motion picv.-re you have ever seen. ADULT Not suitable for children RICHABD HARRIS as "A MAM CALLED HORSE Evenings Only At and p.m. TODAY Thru THURS. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN If E MWIN CLINT EASTWOOD JEAN SBERG nowcarj" Mon. thru Fri. 3 shows and p.m. Adults. Matinee Evening Anytime ;