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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: "National League p.m., Ch. 7: Montreal Expos meet the world champion K'JW York Mets 'at Shea Stadium. VARIETY: "Kraft Music 7 p.m., Ch. 9: English singer Des O'Connor headlines the first of a series of summer variety hours. Robert Morse, Elke Sommer and Liberace are the guests. MOD SQUAD: "Moil p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun in which the death of a once-prominent country singer looks like murder, but the squad's investigation turns up several puzzles and a second killing. SPORTS: Commercial Fastball, p.m., Ch. 3. CAW telecasts action in the Lcthbridge Men's Commercial Fast- ball League. MOVIE: "The Spiral p.m., Ch. 13: A doctor arrives in Java in 1936, determined to wipe out leprosy. But his struggle against a jungle epidemic is 'complicated by severe personal problems. Rock Hudson and .Burl Ives are the stars. "WESTERN: p.m., Ch. 7: Festus gets .involved with a loony clan of hillbillies, who hide a moon- shine still and a kidnapped prize bull in the cellar of the local school. VARIETY: "Merv Griffin p.m., Ch. 11: Morey Amsterdam, one of the headliners at last Saturday's Taber Civic Centre Dinner, is one of the scheduled guests. THURSDAY MOVIE: "Whistle 1 p.m., Ch. 7: In a small town, .a man plans to marry the town's beauty. George Raft and Ava Gardner in the starring roles. MOVIE: "The Angry 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A labor organizer instigates a wildcat strike. Richard Attenborough stars. LISTINGS Program! liiftd by ttn radio" and tiltvttlan itatioiu. Any variation in program ichidulM h la laifc minula changes by th> itatloni and (f not tht iponiibilily of Thi tr Bvifway CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY World at 6 Jim Elliot .'how Paul Tlvldar Hit News, Weathe Parade Rob Ingram Concern Terry Lumsden Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry ounry Galloping Gourmtt Matlnes Gardening Proba 1220 Probe 122 News l :oo News, Grain Prices Jack Country Music CHEC News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY -NIGHT Farm News, Stocks Dinner Showcase- Bent Pedersen Back to the Bible Voice of China .World Tomorrow AM That Jazz CHEC FM 100.9 m.g. to p.m. Herb Johnson- Classical Music to a.m. H. B; The Way I See If Music Factory Comunity Bulletin THURSDAY Board Ron Stone Call of the Land Farm Show News, Wthr., Sportj News, Wthr., Sports Cattle Prices Weather News Veryl Todd Stock Markfft Jean Pauley Report Comments Woman's World Caravan Jean Pauley News Comments Farm News, Stocks Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Supplement On MIki Rallying Life of a Salesman News Balance and Biosphere National News Five Nlghls B Week Theatre Age of Music Past Midnight THURSDAY 6-.Q5 Eye Opener News World nt Eight Max Ferguson News Consumers Matinee Pratley it Movies Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Matinee Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Concert Gerrusll Actuality SPECIAL! TRANSISTOR RADIOS 8 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMSI FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Our Town News "THURSDAY McHale's Navy Pinnochlo and Oz Hillbillies (c) News Movie: Llllle People Whistle Stop Mr. Dressup Take 30 Ed Allen (c) Edge of Night (c) Canadian Schools Galloping Gourmet Friendly Giant (c) Banana Splits (c) Chez Helens My Three Sons WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7 Banana Splits I Spy Baseball: N.Y. at Our Town Montreal Teieprobe Ghost and Mrs. Muir Gunsmoke Shane Hawaii FIVB-0 TBA News CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Lucy Show (c) News (c) Randall and Hop- kirk (Deceased) Mod Squad Movie: tne Spiral Road News Pierre Bertcn White Fang Today THURSDAY Thought for Day News ic) University of Air Uncle Bobby (c) Romper Room Grandpa Gillus' Parlons Ffancail Today Peyton Place Magistrates Court Cartoons (c) Buckshot Movie: The Angry Silence People In Conflict Doctor's Diary c Bewilcnefl Wynne's Pad Fllntstones (c) Lucy Show (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Huntley-Brinktey News c The Virginian c Music Hall c Medical Centre c News Tonight Show THURSDAY Salute Agriculture As the World Turns Today Show c Days of Our Today in Montana The Doctors c Sale of Century Another World e Hollywood Squarti Edge of Night c Jeopardy c Gomer Pyle c Who, What, Where Douglas c Game Andy Griffith News Cronkile News Salute Agriculfurt Another World- Our World Somerset c Lucy Show Huntley-Brinkley KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hee Haw c Hogan's Heroes My Three Sons c Wayne and Schuster Johnny Cash c Mission News Merv Griffin THURSDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c It Takes Two c Jack LaLanne c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everything A World Apart All My Children Make a Deal c Newlywed Game c Datinq Game Secret'storm One Life to Llvi DarK Shadows Love, a Many Splendnred Thing General Hospital Life With Llnklettcr That Girl Bewitched TV.5 News CATV 3 TCNIGHT Men's Commercial League Fastball Hospital Program Double Winner NEW YORK CAP) Freder ick Wiseman's graphic progran Hospital was a double Emmy winner here in the news anc documentary division of the Na tional Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Wiseman received an awan for individual achievement anc the program received another in the documentary class. It was seen in the United States Feb. 2 on National Educational Televi sion. The 90-minute program was filmed at Metropolitan Hospita in Manhattan. It was shown without narration, with the voices of the doctors, nurses and patients telling the story. Walter Crohldte was selectet for an Emmy for indiyidua achievement for his reporting of the Apollo 11 moon mission CBS. The awards will be presenter on the Emmy telecast Sunday June 7, on ABC. Two other programs were Buffalo Herd Thriving Near Halifax SHUBEFACADIE, N.S. (CP) Nova Scotia's first buffalo herd appears to be thriving on grass in this farming area 40 miles north of Halifax. Dr. Ross Ainslie, a veteri- narian whose fane here is being used for grazing by the buffalo, said today 11 of 14 calves born n the last two weeks have sur- ived, increasing the herd to 31 animals. Three bulls and 17 cows were irought here last winter from ilk Island National Park in Al- jerfa. Dr. Ainslie is one of a group if about 50 Halifax men who rave formed a limited company o raise the herd, as an attrac- ion for Nova Scotians and tour- sts. Rooney Sued HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor ilickey Rooney is being sued or breach-of-contract amages by Universal Cover- ge Corp. The corporation con- ends it holds rights to a con- ract Rooney once signed with 'arbroo Enterprises Produc- ons Inc., to render services Tom April 20, 1968, to Dec. 31, 970. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 5174thAve. S. Phone 327-1541 double winners in the cultural documentary class. The documentary Arthur Ru- binstein, seen on NBC Sept. 5, won in the program cate- gory and Rubinstein was se- lected for individual achieve- ment as commentator. The Japanese, seen April 23, 1969, on CBS, won in the pro- gram class and the narrator, Edwin 0. Reischauer, formei' U.S. ambassador to Japan, won for individual achievement. Fathers and Sons also re- ceived an Emmy in the cultural documentary class. It was seen Aug. 2, 1969, on CBS. Black Journal, a monthly presentation of NET, was se- lected for an Emmy as the out- standing magazine-type pro- gram. INDIVIDUAL WIN An emmy for individual achievement went to Tom Pe- titt, reporter- writer for a seg- ment of First Tuesday called Some Footnotes to 25 Nuclear Years. It1 was broadcast Jan. 6 on NBC. Winners in special events cov- erage were NBC's coverage of Apollo 10, 11 and 12 and NBC's coverage of the solar 'eclipse, A Darkness, at Noon, March 7. The Making of the President, 1968, received an award in the documentary class. It was broadcast 1969, on CBS. Two Emmys were awarded for segments within regularly- scheduled news programs. One went to Aa Investigation of Teen-age Addiction-Oddyssey House, on the NBC Huntley- Brinkley Report, a four-part series in December, 1969, and to Can the World be Saved? seen at various dates on the CBS evening news. Judy Garland Slippers Bought By Millionaire From AP-Reutcrs CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP The ruby slippers Judy Gar land wore in the Wizard o Oz were bought for b; ah unidentified millionaire Sun day as movie finery of yester year was auctioned at Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer studios. Dick Wonder, who would sa> only that he represented E Southern California millionaire made the top offer during bid ding that took less than one minute. The Cowardly Lion suit own- ed by Bert Lahur in the same movie was bought for by Dr. Julius Marini of West Co- vina, Calif., who said he hat dreamed of owning the cos- tume since seeing the film as a boy. Actress Elizabeth Taylor was reported to have purchased a bridal gown used in the film Raintree County. Workers Fined tn Bomb Case At Missoula MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) Phree Vista workers were ined on disturbance .charges from discovery of a ake bomb outside a ROTC suilding on the University of Montana campus. David Polovin, Chrijstoper ioyd and Jan Konisberg were each and given 30- ay deferred sentences in dis- trict court. They originally ileaded innocent but changed heir pleas Tuesday to guilty. Johnny Cash Wins Awards LONDON (AP) Johnny 'ash, the country and folk inger, has won four of the an- nual awards by the British Country Music Association. He was named as Entertainer of the Year and Male Singer of the Year, and honored for the year's best long-playing rec- ord, At San Quentin, and the single, A Boy Named Sue. Posthumous Degree Follows 1965 Drowning ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT in LOUNGE THURSDAY, MAY 21st FRIDAY, MAY 22nd THURSDAY BINGO NIGHT UPSTAIRS LODGE ROOM NOW OPEN FOR BINGO SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING 'TIL T A.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Special Noon Menus Daily HAPPY TIME P.M. DAILY FDR ALL ELK MEMBERS AND GUESTS LOGAN, Utah (AP) A Utah State University professor is completing work on a dead stu- dent's thesis so that the student can receive a posthumous mas- ter's degree in years after his death. Roger Schmitke drowned in the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta, in June, 1965. At the time cf his death, he was doing research on muskrate, the Sub- ject of his thesis. Schmitke had completed his data, prepared tables and graphs, but had not finished the actual writing of the paper. The task was assumed by Dr. J. B. Low, Schmitke's major professor in the department of wildlife resources and a close friend. Low says there is little or no precedent for the granting of a posthumous degree. It was possible in this case, he adds, because the research on the thesis was complete and the actual writing in progress. Wedneidoy, May 20, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 New CRTC Regulations To Cut TV Advertising OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion plans to announce regula- tions this week calling for more Canadian programming on TV and more Canadian music AM radio stations. The now regulations, subject of a three-month debate, will also outline restrictions to be placed on TV advertising. The CRTC is believed to have delayed the announcement to consider strong criticism of its methods by some MPs. The regulations will be based on CRTC proposals announced in February and discussed in many forums since. Pierre Juneau, CRTC chair- man, also discussed the propos- als at length during a two-day appearance before the Com- mons broadcasting committee, where several MPs criticized the commission's recommenda- tions. TO BOOST CANADIANS The original proposals called tat an increase in Canadian TV programming to 60 per :cent of the over-all schedule, effective this fall for the publicly-owned CBC and in September, 1971, for private stations. Tho recommendations would also require AM radio stations to play at least 30-per-cent Ca- nadian music. TV advertising would be lim- ited to a maximum of four com- mercial breaks an hour and a total time of not more than 12 minutes an hour. Some com- mercial sponsorship of TV news broadcasts would be permitted under the proposals. The commission is not ex- pected to make any substantial change in the proposals. The most significant altera- tion is expected to be in the time given for implementation of the recommendations. The deadline for private TV stations will likely be extended beyond September, 1571, and an exten- sion might also be given to the CBC network. Montana Fire Chief Elected To Post TORONTO (CP) Samuel T. Sides of Columbus, Ohio, was elected president of the Fire Marshals Association of North America Tuesday. He succeeds James C. Robertson of Mary- land. Terry C. Hayes of Slireve- port, La., was elected first vice-president and William Pen- tilla of Helena, Mont., second vice-president. Todqy's Showtirnes Ugly Twist of complete PARAMOUNT Zabriskie Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Ben One complete GREEN ACRES Bonnie and One Complete DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lelhbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. 'SKILLET' RESTAURANT SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR" in color, starring Dirk Bogarde, Jack Hawkins and Maggie Smith. Wednesday, May 20. Show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "CARRY ON DOCTOR" in color with "The Carry On Wednesday, May 20. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MORE DEAD THAN ALIVE" in color. Wednesday and Thursday, May 20 and 21. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" in color, starring Walter Mattfiau, Ingrid Bergman and TV Laugh-In's Goldie Hawn. Wed- nesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 20, 21, 22 and 23. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more eul of life Toko ilie family to a movlt MRS. 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