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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS] MONDAY .MUV1K: p.m., fli. 11: Hock Hudson stars ill an iiiilially lough drama about a middle-aged man is given a new mkd and body by a mysterious or- ganization. COMKUY: "Carol lluractt." p.m., Cb. 13: Guesls tonight are Marllia Raye and Mel Torme. IMUMA: "Name of Hie S p.m., Ch. 7: A young actress threatens to commit suicide it she doesn't make it _ and she believes her key to success is Dillon (Tony Stars Pamela Franklin. liKLlGlOX: "Keligious p.m., Cli. 7: Man Alive looks at art inspired by the Bible, rotably that of Dutch painter Rembrandt. 10CAL: "Lelhurid'e Rock p.m., Ch. 7: The Exit is a C.1LH-TV Conjundatum edition, produced by Ian Hurray Md Clayton Graham, abcul the Noble Harem, Lcthbridge rock group. TUESDAY MOVIE: "the Way to the 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A ex-convict means to let no one stand in the way c Ids finding a stolen cache of gold. Stars Jeffrey Hunter and Sherce North. MOVIE: "'flic 1 p.m-. Ch. 13: A Ined newspaper reporter sees a chance to make a comeback. Stars Kirk Douglas and Jan Sterling. Cranbrook Wins Drama Award NOUTII VANCOUVER. B.C. (CP) Cranbrook Community Theatre Saturday won t he award for best presentation in its staging of Harold Pinter's two-act comedy. The Birllxlay Party, on the final day of the three day British Columbia Ile- gional Drama Festival. The trophy for best snppor- TV Bad Guys Return Soon To Network News on the Hour Wlhr., Sporis on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT 1MB PrcM Al Caps Woild HI Jim Elliott Al Cspp liev.S, farm Sric.-J Spcrls -i- ca. Paul Tividar 4-iS fAarket Repcr! Paul Tivadsr 9 CO Sect! TiC-v.s 11 :H DiStir.quls'.ed Artists Funnv YOJ Say Tnat litYOi r-orn, onv., 7-15 V.'catr.T, h'arVets Al Capp 7-33 Wihr., Spalls Htm, Gram B 00 Ne.vs VJealhCT Tt-.ys S-lOWcVpc. Country Music 8-30 N6V.S, Sports Al Capp Phone Bill Jlw NEW YORK (API The Smothers Brothers return I Inited States television lh: July wilh a suinmer show to ABC on Wednesday night. It will be the fiist regular pcarar.ce for Tom and Die toothers since CBS fired thei pst April in a dispute over con :cnt of their comedy hour fo that network. CBS charged they failed submit one of tlicir Sund night shows for screening by tl network and its affiliates at tf required time. The show question was never aired b CBS, but subsequently w _ shown by a number of indepen cnt stations. Pat Paulsen, who first can o fame on thj Smothers sho vill be a regular on the ne slww. His own ABC show icing dropped. ABC indicated that Ihe show lo he produced liy the Smothers would be subject to review be- 'ore air time, a common net- work practice. if CHEC if NEWS ON THE HOUR WEATHER ON THE HAIF HOUR s S5S s Rev'E" 5-M Farm Report TUESDM Slock r.'.kl Report Sig-.-On A-05 Di-ner Sha.'.case Farm l.efts 8'DO Bacfc lo ll-e Bib> Tarn Sptci SS Tfi! Voice V China tto.s 9-P) World Spoils S-MSp-MS Slarllgnl lit Caire PfiCfiS Tixe Jean Pauisy ,-a, m World 7cur MONDAY N1GHT Tempo World at SuppI'meM Guest Appearance Calgary Beat 6.03 As, It Happens National KE-AS Five Nighis a Tfcalie Artels Song1; of ihe CBR Radio 1010 PasT Allan Radio Noon Elements ci ti After Naon Personality 7.03 Voice o! Carl TUESDAY S.tS Calsarf Eye Opener not World Bl Commentary B'35 ffax Ferguson Galloping Gourmet Slocks 9'1S Gorrusii Allfrnvi Concert Hathan Cchen Actuality BBC Canadian Rojndu Consumer! Tempo g actor and best director went Brothers Killed Etna Spews Lava MONTAUBAN', Fraiwe (AP) Daniel and Jean- Claude Giannico were killed Saturday nigh; their mo- lorbikcs collided head-on, au- Ihorilies reported. The collision occurred when (he brothers rode into a blind inlerscclion Jim Jlagee, also of Cran ook. Adjudicator Roberla aised members of the group r their success in presenting: difficult play which she term- "a superb piece of modern Tiling." North Pacific Players of rince Rupert walked off with everal regional awards for eir production Friday night of can O'Casey's Irish tragedy ur.o and The Paycock. They eceived the trophy for best vis- al production. Paddy McCarigglc and Ann eil, both of the Prince Ruperl roup. trophies for besl etor and best supporting act -ess. Chosen best actress was Pam Glass of Ihe Vancouver Lilt! 'healre Association for her per ormance in Brian Friel's crs." .Miss Dolby, who also adjudi cated Ihe Manitoba. Saskalche van and Alberta festivals, no will choose one play to repre- sent the west al the Dominic Drama Festival in Winnipc May 18-23. Six plays will be chosen for the final, Ihe best production and each of the Atlantic, Que- bec, Ontario and Western Can- ada zones and two others con sidered worthy by the adjudic ators. from opposite directions, police CATANIA, Sicily (Reuters) Molten lava streamed down (he northsast face of Mount Ktna Sunday from a new fissure, the second to appear in weeks. Prof. Cucuzza Silvcstri, head of Catania University's Vulcano'ogy Institute, said the fissures aie part of the vol-1 cano's normal activity and pose j no danger lo nearby villages, i ____Monday, Maich 23, 1970 THE LEIHBR1DGE HERAVD 5 I TKMJi: WITH CANADA UP I 1.0XGEST LOAF MADRID (AP) Spanish ex- ANKARA (AP) All Riza ports to Canada increased by Kaplin, a Turkish chemist, dis- !CO per cert during the bst! played here what he called the three vears. Exports !as! year Ictalled SM.MO.OOO, ncariy dou- ble lha sales of the previous world's largest loaf cf bread. it is 11 feet long. 15 inches high, two feet vide ar.d weights 2W pounds. I'llKSlDKNT NAMED GUATEMALA (AP) The uatemalan Congress has nam- xl Carlos Arana Osorio presi- ent of tlie country. TWICE AS NOISY Sound experts in the United Steles warn the world is gelling twice as noisy every 10 years. OKIDS 50c A Itsaswitcheu-on laugh riot! KIDS 50e ANYTIME STARTS BIRD! FRIDAY CfiWTOl- CiNGma TONIGHT thru THURS. at or.d p.m. I RESTRICTED ADULT Dustin Mia I HoSman Farrow AND MARY 2a I NEXT ATTRACTION I Q ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS RICHARJ.) GENEVJEVE fluiiiox BUJOLD .ilL'J, i df tftcfy ousar iiC SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES DURING BESTWAY'S GREATEST EVER MONEY-SAVING SAIE OF PORTABLE TV SETS! 12-INCH RCA SPECIAL ONLY New Technique Clogged Leg Arleries Found SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) A University of Oregon scientist has offered a controversial sub- stitute for the scalpel in opening a passage through clogged ar- teries in Ibe leg. Dr. Charles T. Duller says he has developed a technique in which a flexible, snake-like de- rice is inserted into a blood ves- sel Uiro'jgh a small incision in the thigh to clear out an artery. Doiter, chairman of the Ore- igon Medical School's depart- ment o! diagnostic radiology, argued that surgeons unwilling lo change their ways have Hocked acceptance c.f his tech- nique. The report of the work was given at a symposium for sci- ence writers held by the Ameri- can Cancer Society. Dr. Wendell M. Stanley of Lhe Univcrsityof California at Berkeley, a session chairman, noted that the technique is con- troversial. Great Train Robiicr In Indonesia SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) The Sun Herald says thai Ronald Biggs, a fugitive of Brit- ain's Great Train Robbery, has fled to Indonesia to escape from a group of bounty hunters who were closing in on him near Danvin in norlh Australia. The newspaper says Biggs aribed the owner ot a light plane to fly him to Indonesia territory last Sunday. Some In- donesian islands arc only oC miles away from Darwin. It said (hat al least four bounty hunters had been looking for him in competition with Scotland Yard and Australian CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S in color, star- ling Jason Robards, Britt Ekland and Norman Wisdom. .Monday, Tuesday and March 23, 24 and 23. Monday shows a't and p.m. Adult. RIVER Sunland Theatre GREAT BANK ROBBERY" in technicolor, starring Zero Mostel and Kim N'ovak. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24 and 2o. Tuesday show at p.m. Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "STAIRCASE" in color, starring Richard Burton and Hex Harrison. Monday and Tuesday, March 23 and 24. Mon- day show at p.m. Restricted adult. VABER Tower Theatre "THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE'1 in color, slarnng Maggie Smith. Academy Award nominee for best actress. Monday ar.d Tuesday, March 23 and 24. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. Gel More Oul of Life Take the Family lo a Movie SPECIAL ONLY PORTABLE TV 16-INCH PHILCO PORTABLE TV 19-INCH RCA PORTABLE TV SSSM CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4lh Ave.-5th 5t. S. Phone 328-2328 police detectives. The newspaper says ex tradi- tion agreements do rot apply between Indonesia and the Bri- tish commonwealth and the country is not a member ol In- terpol, the international police organization. Biggs escaped from Wands- worth prison in London in 1965, after serving orJy 18 months cf a three-year cenloncc for bis part in the 000) robbery of a Glasgow-lo- London mail train in JEG.I. PUBLIC SWIMMING SKATING SCHEDULE March 24th March inclusive TODAY and TUBS. BEHIND THE BAMBOO CURTAIN LIFE IS CHEAPER. LOVE IS EASIER AND THE DOLIS ARE DEAOUER. BeHmirieBaniBOO CunHimDOUSaRe DERDUER! J SECOND FEATURE ...STRIKES LIKE A FAMILY BALI OF THUNDER 4 WKONYEISLEY-WAHDISMEIGH NIGHT Tl-rce Slrxxjes Ccnjundatum Thf fcxil CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6] Our 11-55 Cnfft It.W Marvel 1C) SSdM (O TUESDAY Hillbillies Lcl'b Go 13 If! Pinnochg tr.6 Ol lr-e lo (cl rjcv.s 1iie Gc'd fJirrrrryii VI' Ui-c Pinnrxli'o Ot Take 30 Tronl Paqs Chal. Dreijvp 3.30 L'dr.e o! 'jiuli! Manic cl ir.c Garr.e Ed Allen Gallcpng OO'J'rrcr Wen (c) l.'w.s (c i] U'crrptc 10.M Crjn. Schools FfisncRy (c) Chei Helena Tl-rce CFCN lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NICHT r.., fl. 5..S Uty The (C.1 Today Atw-l Face (t) Peirlon Place Cartoons Roc'vi [c] TUESCAY Buc'.shol (C) Hero's Lvcy lor Da? Wovie: TJ e Big VaKGS a Th'ct c Uev-s Carr.Ivfll Carol Burncll (c) c' Air People in Cwliicl PiD 'N 'A'hisKe J.M Uncl! Boboy Doctor's Ironside (c) Rcnwr ROCm {el BCT.-f'cheil Ncv.s [c) Gillus Wyrne'i Pad Ne-AS Parlons Francals FU-lstones id Pierre Berlon Today Show Ll-cy Stiov; re! KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Find No Takers For Bankrupt b'ls Centre CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Allied Arts Foundation has failed in an effort to sell the Allied Aits Centre lo pay off debts of The foundation, which offered the building for sale in mid-Jan- announced thai no bids were received by tire deadline last weekend. But a proposal to lake over peration of Ihe cenlre and vrilc off the debt over a thrc-c- ear period was received from i gro'.ip representing various amateur theatre and music or- ganizations in Iho city. Foundation chairman Cnrl 0. Vickie said carrying costs of [lie drill will foon be- come a pressing problem. The costs now were nlniost met by rental paid by theatre Calgary, the city's professional I heal re company, and pre-school ait classes which use lire cenlre. Today's Showtimes :APITOL Red Lightning Last complete PARAMOUNT Bob and Carol, Ted ar.d Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA John and Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Last of the Mobile Hot Snort Last complete p.m p.m p.m p.m 1.00- p.m p.m. p.m. p.m. MONDAY NIGHT HinUey-BrinXIry Ncv.s _ _____ Here's Ltcy (C) Sale cf Ihe I'M Exocte-Pait I (c) Ccr.tiry (cl 3rd Snuarel fcl KC.VS Id .'ecpardy 'cj lliCOTcnighl (cl Who, What, TUESDAY Where Gaiii Salule Agrlctllurs Our World Name Salute Agriculture As ihe World Ttrns Today snovi (c) Days cl Llvti Today in It-fi Doctors [c] Arolhcr Worid (c> EtfJC- Ot (Cl Comer Pylc (cl MiKc (cl fail Grillllh Cronklte Gallop'ng Gourmel Thi.ig Woviet Woman's World (c) 3.00 General Hospital S Ntv.s Nev.s Llnkltller V.'rv Griftifi (c) Scanh, Girl TUESUAY All Mv f hildrcn Bcy.ltchfd a Deal (cl Cpt. Kangaroo (cl Newlywcd Jiiml II Tal.ti (O Dilirg Giml TV.J Ne. S.33 Esklrro: A Fight Icr Lift DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 Stfi Si. S. Above National Slote Phone 357-7244 lelhbridge HOSS HOSAK, C.D.M, FRITZ SICK Wednesday, Morcb 25tti NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Public Swim Iridoy, March ?7lh NOON HOUR SWIM Publi: owirn Public Swim Salurdoy, March ?Slh Public Swim Sunday. March 29lh Publir Swim................... Family Swim odd- 8rOO p.m. Monday, March 30th NOON HOUR p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE-Skating Tuesday, March Free Public Skating 4.00- "0 P-'i- Wednesday. March 25th Beginners Skating p.m. Friday, March 27lh (Good Fridayl Public Skating 4-00 p.m. Saturday, March 28lh Public Staling p.m. Sunday, March 29th (Easter Sunday) Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Tomily Skating p.m. LE1HBRIDGE ARENA-Skating Salurdoy, March 28lK Public Slating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE-Skaling Wednesday. March 25lh Beginners Skating p.m. Friday, March 27lh (G.F.) Public Skalina X.OO p.m. Saturday, March 28lh Public p.m. Sunday, March 29lh (Easter S-jndoy) Beginner, Skating 1 p.m. Public Staling p.m. NOTE: Thcie will be no public skating at Ihe Adams Park Centre Friday and Saturday evenings, March 27th and 28lh. Also Ihere will be no public skaling al the Iclribricfge Arena Fiiday evening Maich 27lh. IKE LETHBRIDCE ARfNA Will BE CLOSED AS OF MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1970, FOR THE SEASON. TONiGHT thru WED. cl and p.m. NOMINATED FOR 4 ACADEMY AWARDS 1. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS "DTAN CANNON" 2. BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR "F.U10TT GOULD" 3. BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY 4- BEST SCREEN PLAY "THE FUNNIEST AND fSESHEST FILM OF THE 5 fc0 NATALIE ROBERT CULP _ ELLIOTT CANNON TICKHICOLM RESTRICTED ADULT NEXT BIG ATTRACTION KST ESSES PICTURE A "'f OFIHEVURr ACTRESS JklEFOWUr RESTRICTED ADULT Saskatchewan Economy To Tick Up' Soon UEG1NA (CP) The Saskat- chewan economy should "pick May when grain move- menl begins, Premier Ross Thalclicr said here. He said in an interview lire province was faring "not as welll as we wouM like" and thai most of the trouble was caused hy an over-abundance of wheat, oil, polash, uranium and lumber. He prcdiclccl the province M'ould enter a period within IHO or three years. Lynn Redrave ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. Plon lo cfinf out Easier Sundoy wotth for our Weekend Announcement) r Free Eoiler Eggs for Ihe children!