Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, Mtiy 11, WO THE UTHBRIDGE HCRAID J TWICE AS MANY There are twice as many bones in a sparrows neck as in the neck of a giraffe. FIItST SETTLEMENT The first setlement in the At- lanta area of Georgia was es- tablished in 1813. HIGHLIGHTS: FRIDAY MOVIE: Hold On, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. A musical romp fea- turing the British rock group, Herman's Hermits, which gives a Rose Bowl concert, tangles with NASA and fights off a publicity-minded starlet. SPECIAL: The Ballad of the Iron Horse, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A CTV news special which re-creates the stay of the rail- roads in America. COMEDY: Julia, p.m., Ch. 7. Don Ameche makes a rare television appearance as a doctor who offers Julia a job at his prestigious Kansas clinic. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m. Ch. 7. A rerun with Danny Kaye the guest star. MOVIE: Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Eoger Hobbs' wife rents a dilapidated beach house. James1 Stewart and Maureen O'Hara star. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, p.m., Ch. 9. Singer Vicki Carr takes over as Johnny's replacement. DRAMA: The FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A rash of daring, precisely targeted jewel thefts yields two clues in this rerun featuring Canadian actor Lloyd Bochner. MOVIE: Run Silent, Run Deep, p.m., Ch. 7. Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster star in this American Navy story. SATURDAY SPORTS: American League baseball, a.m., Ch. 7 and 9. California Angels take on Minnesota's red-hot Twins. If the game is rained out, Chicago Cubs will meet the New York mets in the alternate television contest. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, 2 p.m., Ch. 11 and 13. A middleweight championship bout between champion Nino Benvenuti and Tom Bethea is telecast via satellite from Yugoslavia. SPECIAL: The Great Barrier Reef, 3 p.m., Ch. 9. Under- water photography highlights this exploration of Australia's natural wonder. LISTINGS uri lilted by the radio and television itotieru. Any variation in program idiadulM h lath minute trtongii by thi itatreni and M nol the. iponiibility cf Thi Hirald Bcitwny CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tlvldar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY i-nn Jim Elliott O0 Newsf Wealher CBC News Church Bulletin Wayne Barry News Farm Digest jack Thys Show Cross Country News CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour News Bent Pederson FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC FM MG Farm News, Slocks Herb Johnson Dinner Showcase Fscte-ywilh Snow Back to the Bible H. B. Carnaby News, Sports, Wthr. Voice ot China SATURDAY Showtime World Tomorrow Ron Stone Caravan Ben Pederson Farm Show News CBR Radio 1G10 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Theatre Morning Concert Tempo Let the People Sing 9.15 Alarm Clock World at Six Sounds Like Europe Supplement Music Past Mid- Actlon Set Once Over Weakly night High Noon Music From Movies SATURDAY Major Counlry Radio Free Friday Eye Opener Sound of Britain Five Nights a Hews, Sports High Country Week Rev. Bill Porfman Fred Dobbs Show SPECIAL! TRANSISTOR RADIOS FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Oblevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Quick Draw McGravv Three Stooge} Telcprobe Bracken's World (c) Jolla c Laugh-In Movie: Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacalion News Teleprobe 7 11 -Movie: Run Silent, B Run Deep SATURDAY Chicago at St. L. SPOrlS WMK Wrestling Pinnocnlb and Oz Wrestling Underdog TV Dinner at cartoon Party u of Calgary Cartoons HI Diddle Day CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIOHT (FRIDAY) Lucy Show c Hews c F Troop Ballad of the Iron Horse Movie: Don't Just Stand There F.B.I. Nevis News Movie: King and Country Today SATURDAY News 4-H Clubtims Batman Uncle Bobby Joe (cl Lassie (c) Animal World c Movie: Denver and Rio Grande outdoors Boxlnq Sports Hot (c) Wrestling KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Huntley-Brinkley News c Hillbillies c Movie: Hold On Ironside News c Tonight Show SATURDAY Here Comes the Grump Dastardly and Multley c Wacky Races Banana spills Flintstones Wilderness Road Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball: Boston at Bait. Jarnbo Tales Bugs Bunny Great Barrier Reef Huntloy-Brlnkley Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Get Smart Tim Conway Brady Bunch Nanny and the Professor Eddie's Father Ghost and Mrs. Mulr Debbie Reynolds Love( American Style TV-5 News Griffin SATURDAY Gulliver Smokey Bear Catlanooga Cats Hot Wheels Hardy Boys Sky Hawks George of the Get Together American Band Stand Matlnei Sports Roger Mudd News Flying Nun Let's Make a Deal Nowlywcd Game Lawrence Welk VIENNA, Austria (Reuters) At least 114 persons were re- ported Thursday to have died in widespread flooding in towns and farmlands of northern and western Romania. About people have been left homeless, one-third of them in the northwestern town of Satu Mar where 73 persons died, the Romanian news agency Agerpress said. Another have been evacuated from the north and west. Flooding Ravages Romania Damage has been estimated at more than Thousands of troops and workers battled Thursday to erect dykes to protect Galati, Romania's largest Danube port with a population of Agerpress said. The floods also ravaged east- ern Hungary where at least three persons were reported to have died when houses in a flooded village collapsed. Dentists Asked To Hold Line VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia College of Dental Surgeons today asked British Columbia's 900 dentists o freeze charges for1 dental care until 1971. Dr G. F. Copilhorne, college president, said a fee schedule ncrease set for this month is jeing postponed for eight months as contribution to the 'ight against inflation. Canadian Soldier Is Jailed KINGSTON, Jamaica (Heu- ters) A Canadian was involved in a fatal accident in Jamaica has been sentenced to six months in jail after being found guilty of criminal neglig- ence at a cOurt martial here.' Cpl. Joseph Gerald Savoie, a member of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment, was connection with the traffic death of two Americans, Olga and Kathleen Sayre, in northern Jamaica on Feb. 20 of this year. Cpl. Savoie was charged with driving a Canadian military ve- hicle with "reckless disregard for the life and safety of other persons." He also was charged with using the vehicle without authority. Savoie came to Jamaica i February to carry on a trainin program Nixon Asks Congress For School Fund WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon asked the United States congress Thursday for a special school racial desegregation fund with the julk earmarked for southern school districts in the throes of eliminating dual systems. A large portion of the money would also go to encourage vol- untary desegregation in north ern districts with heavy concen (rations of isolated minority- group children. A smaller amount would 'be used to up grade education in segregate< schools. Hands Won't Be Tied Again SAIGON (Reuters) Vice- President Nguyen Cao Ky said today it was naive to expect South Vietnamese troops to pull out of Cambodia by June the deadline set by President Nixon for the withdrawal of American forces. The opportunity to strike at guerrilla sanctuaries in Cam- bodia since the overthrow of Prince Norodom Sihanouk in March is crucial to South Viet- nam's defence and pacification programs, he said. "I want to say we will not let anybody tie our hands again in the fight for he said in a speech at a graduation ceremony for military officers at the National Defence College here. He said South Vietnamese troops will stay in Cambodia until the security of the esti- mated Vietnamese thare is guaranteed. Malawi On Side Of S. Africa BLANTYRE (AP) Presi- dent Hastings K. Banda, spurn- ing criticism from other black African leaders, has firmly aligned Malawi on the side of South Africa. Welcoming visting South Af- rican Premier John Vorster to Malawi, Banda said: "To see the head of state of South Africa in my country makes my life worthwhile." He told a state banquet he may not agree with segrega- tionist South Africa's leaders on all points, "but at least know with the South Africans where I stand." He told the banquet: "Lead- ers of other African states cat me the odd man out in Africa. I don't mind at all. South Africa extended the hand of friendship and we accepted it." Life-Supporting Suits OK For Safe Mining Scheme PITTSBURGH (AP) Take the oxygen out of a coal mine and dress miners in special suits and the spectre of fire, ex- plosion, black lung and acid water pollution can be banished, a Pittsburgh engineer says. "We have shown that it will be practical to mine coal in a deep mine in an oxygen-free at- mosphere with miners wearing life-support J. K. Hice said here. Rice, a chemical engineer and president of C. W. Rice Division of NDS Corp., said the next step in a federally-funded program is to determine whether a miner can work efficiently while wear- ing an outfit vaguely resembling a space suit. The Pond Fork mine at Holden, W.Va., has ten- tatively been selected for the first test. The mine will he sealed at al entrances with double-locked steel doors and the air inside re- placed with oxygen-free gas. A submarine-type chamber ai each entrance will be filled with nitrogen to prevent the mixture of outside and inside air when miners are entering or leaving Sealing the mine, Rice says, points up the possibility of turn- ing flammable methane i now a source of fear among miners, into a profitable by- product of mining. "By sealing the mine, you would be able to capture the gas, he said. "You could depres- surize and sell this gas." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON PIMPERNEL" In color. Starring Sidney James and 'The Carry On Gang', Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "HEY IT'S YOGI color. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE MACGREGORS" In Technicolor. Starring Fernando Sancho, Agatha Flory and Leo Anchor- iz. Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE UNDEFEATED" In color. Starring John Wayne, Rock Hudson and Tony Aquilar. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 22, 23 and 24. Friday and Saturday show at p.m. Sunday at p.m. Family. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "THE DESTRUCTORS" In color, Starring Richard Egan, Patricia Owens and Joan Blaek- man. Family. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR" In color. Starring Borgarde, Jack Hawkins and Maggie Smith. S.Tiday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "THE MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE" In color. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "THE LEARNING TREE" in color, starring Kyle Johnson and Estelle Evans, plus selected short subjects. Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday show starts at dusk. TABER Tower Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" In Technicolor. Starring Ingrid Bergman, Walter Matthau and TV Laugh-In's kookie blonde Goldie Hawn. Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Mid- night Preview at a.m., Saturday morning. Edgar Allan Foe's "THE CONQUEROR WORM" 111 color. Starring Vincent Price. Adult Not Suitable For Child- ren. Saturday Matinee at p.m. "JACK THE GIANT KILLER" In color. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie Today's Showtimes Friday and Saturday Boys of Paul Five Million Years to 25 Last complete PARAMOUNT Friday The Ballad of Cable Hogue: Saort Last complete Saturday The Ballad of Cable Hogue: Short Last complete "OLLEGE MALL' CINEMA Friday Ben One complete Saturday Ben Last complete GREEN ACRES Friday and Saturday Brighty of Grand Canyon King of the One complete VJ'ovie Column The Burtons On Lucy Show By BOH THOMAS he crowd: the Jimmy Stewarts, he Henry Fondas, Jack Carter, Ine lienry 1'oncias, jacK warier, HOLLYWOOD (AP) It Lloyd and Beau Bridges. Dcsi started at a reception at the jr. ieapccj out of the British consulate when Richard to introduce his steady Hnrlmi QhnillnH tn T.m'illn Unli _i_i_ n_i.i-. T1..1.., nnA l.Jc. Burton shouted to Lucille Ball UIULUII aiiuuiuu lu jjuviuu jjaii jr'aLiy UUKe. uesi ana nis across a crowded room: "I love sister Lucie are regulai-s in the your show; I want to be on it." show but they weren't included yum anuw, A wmii. w uc un IL. show but they weren't included It ended on Stage 20 at Para- in the Burton segment, mount where Burton; Elrcabeth i don't want to give away the Taylor and the diamond co- pi0t jjut ;t's no secret Uiat it starred with Lucille on the concerns Elizabeth's million-dol- Here's Lucy show. lar-plus diamond. Lucy needs a Home viewers won't be seeing it until Sept. 14 or thereabouts, when the new CBS season be- gins. But a favored few were privileged to observe the film- ing, including this Burton can handle reporter, situation- comedy lines with the skill of Danny Thomas, and Elizabeth reveals herself as a baggy-pants comic. Maybe baggy-pants isn't 'the right phrase for her. Especially since she was arrayed in an Edith Head gown when she per- formed her low comedy. The crowd gathered early to: the show. It was the kind of audience that actors hate to play'to: their fellow profession- als. They are inclined to sit on their hands. "Don't be afraid to laugh, advised Lucille's husband, Gary Morton, a former comic whc acts as executive producer oi Here's Lucy. Morton introduced notables in A.N.A.F. 50th ANNIVERSARY WEEK UNIT 34 LETHBRIDGE TONIGHT FRIDAY, MAY 22nd SPECIAL DIGNITARIES EVENING Open house to all members SATURDAY, MAY 23rd PROVINCIAL COMMAND EVENING Provincial Command officers in attendance, Provincial Command meet- ing. Draw for gold piece. llth LETHBRIDGE CUBS AND SCOUTS BOTTLE DRIVE IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY, MAY 23 Other areas phone 327-4813 for pick up GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, May 23rd p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. Music by "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "THE BRASS CORPORATION" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION Glen'l DEN (Downstair! South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! HONOURING THE 1970 GRADUATING CLASS An Informal Evening Cabaret Style WHO: THE CLASS OF 70 AND GUESTS WHEN: FRIDAY, MAY p.m. WHERE: 4H BUILDING (Exhibition Grounds) DRESS: VERY INFORMAL ADMISSION: PER COUPLE (Buffet Included) MUSIC: THE INTERNATIONAL SET Invitation also extended to members of the Board, Senate, Friends, Faculty and Staff and Alumni Sponsored by ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, CLASS OF 70 AND THE UNIVERSITY REFRESHMENTS Patty Duke. Desi and his plumber to repair the office fau- cet, and Richard escapes his fans at the Beverly Hills Hotel by posing as guessed it. So he fixes the faucet and leaves behind his overalls, in the pocket of which is you- know-what. Naturally Lucy has to try it on and then can't get it off her finger. the real ex- claimed Lucille as she displayed the ring to the audience. PHONE 71100 HD III C III REEN ACRES OKI VI-IN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH COUTTS HIGHWAY TONITE AND SATURDAY MOVED OVER TO THE GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN THEATRE. SAME CAPITOL PRICES IN EFFECT. Gates Open Storts p.m. the ruler ot me rockies! WALT DISNEY productions' An all Canadian CHRIS WIGGINS J and JOHN YESNO I Filmed in the picturesque as wert of Calgarv. Including Ganff and Yoho National Park FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLY CHILDREN i 50C 1.25 Students 1.00 HIT .'Brighty of Grand Canyon' NO. 20 !n Color Joseph Cotton AND SAT. ____________________ p Tonight ot 8 p.m. Held Over Tonight and Saturday The World's Most Honored Motion Picture! OLLEGE, INEMA COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 Winner of 11 Academy Awards fim MCTKO couxm including "Best WJUJAMWYIER'S INTACT FULL IENGTH NOTHING CUT Sat. Matinee at p.m. Evening at p.m. 2fX TODAY AND SAT. Matinee Daily at p.m. FAMILY Paul Street An filn. -COLOR by DE DUXE SWIM lUTKWf KEKf WIIUIK BSMM SECOND FEATURE PRODUCTION Now Showing At and p.m. Matinee Saturday at Cable Hogue says... JASON STELLA DAVID ROBARDS STEVENS WARNER RESTRICTED ADULT Prom WARNER BROS.