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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY DEBATE: John Mnnolcsco, P.M., Ch. T: An as- trologer defends his profession by comparing It to statis- tics rather than the occult sciences. SPORTS: Football, 1 p.m., CIi. II: Tha Cincinnati Ben- gals meet the Pittsburgh Steelere, VARIETY: Miistivillo Nortli, 8 p.m.. Ch. 13: Guests Georgo Hamilton IV, singer-guitarist David Rfia and Mashmakhan, rock group. COMEDY: Carol Buruclt, p.m., CIi. 13: Guests are Cass Elliot and dramatic actor Ricardo Montalban, trying out singing and dancing. DRAMA: Bold Ones, 9 p.m., Ch. Burl Ives, for the first time in the series, sings folksongs, during an episode about a Vietnam veteran accused of murder. With Pete Duel. NATURE: The Rockies, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The Nature of THngs begins a four-part conservation scries with a look at the wildlife of the Canadian rocMes. DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Forrest Tucker por- trays a veteran police officer who goes outside the law to find the pusher who supplied dope to his daughter. RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7: A profile of grief centres on American Max Wiley, who in five years lost his wife and two daughters, one through murder. TUESDAY MOVTEi Danger Has Two Faces, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A drama adapted from TV's The Man Who Never Was. Stars Robert Lansing and Dana Wynter. MOVIEi The Dolly Sisters, 1 p.m., Ch. 1: The IMS musical about Hungarian sisters who rise to fame in the entertainment world. Stars Betty Grable and June Haver. mn hy thi hhvhion rlollonL Any voriufhn In program changii by itcrttoirt l> id if HirolJ Wwor MONDAY NIGHT J-.TO Probe 1210 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tivldar Marker Report Paul Tlvldar Rob ingrain CBC News Continental Rhap- Gardening scdy Farm Distinguished Arrisls TUESDAY Jim Elllotr Show News, Wealher Phone Bill Show News 12..15 Sporls Jack Thys Country Muilc Walinee Paul Tlvldar MONDAY NIGHT Malar News Wealher The Way I See It Dinner Showcase Back to Hie Bible The Voice of China Musical Interlude World Tomorrow CHEC-FM TUESDAY Breakfast wllh Bruce Major News Farm Ranch Review Breakfas! with Bruce Total Information Malor News Galloping Gourmet ProDe CHEC The Way I See It Gallic and Grain Prices Woman's World Jean Pauley Commenls The Way I II Bulletin Board Tola! Informallon Call of the Land Farm and Review Weather Major Sporls Wealher Cattle PrlCM Tempo Jean Faulty Slock MarKet Report Sporls Major News Weather The Way 1 See II News (IfleBn mlnulea to the hour. Monday thru Thursday Larry Donahue John David Horn Larry PonahuD The Other Side John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Music PnsT Mldnlghf TUESDAY MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Jazz (or Jha Record Eye Opener As II Happens Assignment National News _. From Ihe Capitals at EI9ht Thealre Commentary Distinguished News and weather Artists Galloping Gourmel Songs from thi Classic rruj.i Nalnan Cohen Consumers MaJinee Andrew Allen Alia. -At Noon Atlernoon School Broadcast Mallnee Personality Aflernoon Concert Acluelily BBC News Wealher Here It Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON HIGH PRICES! SOFA and CHAIR ONLY 5-PIECE KITCHEN SUITE ONLY BEDROOM SUITE ONLY OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. Phone 328- CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cableviiion Ch. 6) Our Town Lew Drew's Children's Hour Movie: Dolly Sisters (c) Take 30 Edge of Night MONDAY NIGHT Toleprobc 7 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Cfiarllfl Growing Up Safely Chan al Wax Under Attack Bullor's fleal Parlridyc Hiimlly Front Page Challenge The Bold Ones Man Alivo News (c) Museum Wrcslling TUESDAY BrOO Morning 'News Mr. Dressup Sesame Street (c) Mactelh Galloping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) Hillbillies CFCN Lefhbridge Ch. 13 (Cnblevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Dick Van Dyke Bewitched News (c) U.F.O. Nashville North e Carol Burncll (c) Pig and Whistle c Ironside [c) News (c) News (c) Dangerrnfifi This Week TUESDAY Peylon Place Tliought for Day Beat the Clock (c) Nalional NCWS Lucy Show (c) Universlly of Air BucKshot Wynne's Pad (c) Movie: Danger Miss Helen Has Two c Famous ,lury Trials Anolher World (d Trouble, wilh Vracy I DrP.jrn of Sand Box (c) Ed Allen Parlons Frsncali Wild Whirl of Fashion (c) In Conversallon Pierre Berton (cl Jcannic (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Flinlslcnes (c) KRTV Great Palls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today in Montana Days of Our Concentration (c) Family Affair fc) 9 33 Snuarcs (O Another Worl .V. ON DAY NIGHT Red Skellon Lauflli-ln Berlin ANoir lO.M Ne-.vs Tonight Sliovv TUESDAY Our World Salule Agrlcullure Today (c) Today in Montana Days of Our Lives 8-30 Concentration (c) Ths Doclori (cj rld (c) Jeopardy fc) Edge of Nlqht (c) Who, Whai Where Corner (c) Gflma 2-.M WUKe Douglas Icl News Hillbillies (c) Another Warld Cronkite News (c) Somerset Nightly News (c) As Ihe World Turns Hillbillies ic) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Placo (c) Ons Life to Jack LaLanne Words and Music Sale of the Century Love Is a Many Galloping Gourmet Splendorcd Thing Audrey General Hospital A World Apart (c) Dark Shadows Adam 12 Sllcnl Force NFL-Cincinna at Pillsburgh _. s Slarclronl Lawyers AM My Children 00 Thai Girl News secret storm (c) News Ccipl, Kangaroo Ruby Keeler Back In Spotli Mondoy, Novombsr 3, 1970 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID By WILUAM GLOVER NEW Y011K (AP) To be strictly accurate, Ruby Kct'lcr did audition once [or "o job. When she was 13. "After she says, "one role led to an- other although I never wanted big personal success." Now at 60 another unsought spotlight is hers. "Let's understand something that pert Hibernian chin sets firmly. "I'm not starting a new career. This is it. It it works, this is a very good time for me to have it happen." Miss Keller toe-tapping cutie of bygone shows and films, blissful housewife, unwitting queen of campy satire, grand- mother twice, is en route to a Broadway arrival on Jan. 25 of an opulent reprise of the musi- cal No, No, Nanette. Tile iady was "amazed" when told about plans to revive that Vincent Youmans show from 1925 "because I've read a lot about all the things they're doing now like Oh! Calcutta! anff Ha Jr." N'O HANGUP The veteran star doesn't have any age hangup: "It's n stupid tiling to worry about the passing years, you can't fight It. All the same the come and you like to slay home. Aiul I'm a bit mature around llic- mid- dle." However, she appears to have tho time factor neatly under control. The voice ILlta, the an- kles ore trim and those intense blue eyes dance with verve. The soft bob is grey. "Everyone was full of advice about how I should get in shape rope and all lhat. I fig- ured though that I'd rehearse six weeks and if I wasn't in shape then, forget it." Miss Keelnr's brisk concern Is more for tile over-all effort than personal triumph. "Early in my career I always felt I wanted a show to be a success, not just a personal success. Being a star doesn't make you better or im- prove anything." Just how the girl who was bora in Dartmouth N.S., Aug. 25, 1910, and grew up in New York City's Yorkville section, arrived at her abiding outlook is something she won't or can't ar- ticulate. Her recall on external aspects of that meteoric streak through the showbiz firmament alio in- cludes one locked cliapler. Miss Heeler will talk about anything except those 11 years of marriage with Al Jolson lhat ended in a 1939 divorce. "I can see it us though It Just she evokes the aft- ernoon when her career cas- ually began. She was walking homo from parocliial school with a girl-friend. "She told me there was an open call for dancers for a new show that she was going to try for. We'd both had tap dancing lessons, and I went along. That was the first time I'd ever been in a theatre. Each of. us was called out for a few steps and a few days later I got a letter saying I'd been picked. "My mother hadn't known anything about It, but we were poor, and that u week looked good. It wasn't any, 'Oh, my little girl is going on the That Keeler flair for one job leading to another became ap- parent. Films Not Acceptable HOLLYWOOD (AP) The American Humane Associa- tion has classified eight mov- ies, including Soldier Blue and Palton, as unacceptable be- cause of the treatment of ani- mals used in them. Other films rated unaccept- able yesterday in the first list issued since the association's recent announcement of its rating system are El Condor, Macho Callahan Hondo Cane, Valdez is Coming, Trail of the Hunter and The Outdoorsmen. Harold Melniker, director of the association's Hollywood office, said the films objected to were produced chiefly in Spain or Mexico. New Threat Seen In Missile Race OTTAWA (CP) The Sovie Union has 300 copies of th world's largest missile, the SS-9 either deployed or under con struclion, and it threatens to ov eilake the Unilcd Stales in mis submarines by 1974 U.S. officials said here. The information was given b reporters following a two-da; meeting of the NATO nuclear planning group al which Hie buildup in Soviet strategic weapons was one of Ihe prmci pal topics. The eslimate of SS-Ss repre- sented an increase on U.S projections made at the time o the last meeting in June, the of- ficials said. A communique Friday said ministers making up the eight- nation group "reviewed in par- ticular changes which have oc- curred in the strategic nuclear capabilities facing NATO." AGREEMENT REACHED They also "refined the politi- cal guidelines" for the inidal use of tactical nuclear weapons in an East-West emergency and reached agreement on political steps to cover possible use of atomic land mines. Neither NATO nor spokesmen '.or individual delegations would jo into details on the question of and mines, officially called atomic demolition munitions. West Germany made clear earlier that it opposed such mines on German soil in peace- ;ime. Observers believed that any stragegy involving possible use of such weapons would affect mainly or exclusively NATO's mountainous southern Rank near Hie Turlrish-Soviet and Jreek-Bulgarian borders, TESTS STEPPED UP U.S. officials, briefing report- el's on the Soviet missile mildup, said testing has been accelerated during the last year on the SS-9, SS-11 and SS-13. They called the SS-9 the larg- est possessed by any nation. It can deliver a 25-megaton war- to 25 million ons of a target miles away. It is also being tested as a multiple re-entry vehicle, capa- ile of hurling three separate varheads of five megatons each. The SS-11 and SS-13 are more nearly in the same general yield category ns the U.S. Miniiteman War Planes, Armored Cars Sale Disclosed NEW DELHI (AP) The United States wil sell Pakistan six K-lW jet fighters, seven B-57 bombers, four maritime patrol craft and 300 armored personnel carriers, it was disclosed here. The breakdown of the contro- versial sale was in Indian press dispatches from Washington. U.S. embassy sources in New Delhi said the figures were cor- rect. The reports were based on an hour-long briefing by Joseph Sisco, assistant stale secretary for Near Eastern and South Asian affairs. missile, which the official said doesn't carry even hall the power of the SS-9. To meet the Soviet challenge, the U.S. is developing the Posei- don missile, n submarine-fired, multiple re-entry weapon. Journalist Heckled At U Of A EDMONTON (gP) South African journalist. Ivor Benson was bombarded by' shouts of "racist" and "fascist" as he tried to defend the United States' involvement in Vietnam. Mr. Benson was taking part in a panel discussion during a "war moratorium" called by the University of Alberta's Stu- dent Vietnam Action Commit- tee. His views on the war con- flicted with other panelists, stu- dents and professors at the uni- versity, and he was forced to leave the meeting when the hecklers threatned to close in on him. Mr. Benson is former assist- ant editor of tie Rand Daily Mail. "In Soldier he told a reporter, "we feel horses were mistreated, particularly in a frightful scene of an at- tack on an Indian village by the U.S. cavalry at the end of the picture. "In Patton, we were in- formed that two donkeys were given lethal injections and lolled for the bridge-crossing scene. This is unconsciona- ble." Trail of the Hunter and The Outdoorsmen showed hunters shooting mountain goats, big- horn sheep, moose, deer, an- telope and bears. "We don't oppose legitimate hunting, but we protest the killing of animals when it's dones for entertainment pur- poses Melniker said. She won a dance contest find Nils Thor Granlund, tho dapper arbiter of tho entertainment world during tho Roaring Twen- ties, put her into Texas Guin- an's club. Among regulars at Hie speak- easy mado famous by Miss Guinan's Hello Sucker greeting, producer Charles Dillingham spotted Miss Keclcr's twinkle- tocs, and her march to featured performer to star began, with IIUBY KEELEIl Flo Ziegfeld eventually signing her to Show Girl in 1929. However, Miss Keeler was soon busy in Hollywood midway through the Jolson marriage. Usually, Dick Powell turned up opposite her in lhat cav2l- cade of box office magic-42r. Street, Gold Diggers of 1933 Footlight Parade, Flirtatio Walk and ending with No. 1 Sweetheart of the Campus 1M1. The reappearance oj her mov ies on on] seen bite of some of them an laven't looked at the complet s since they were ias elevated her into one those spoofed celebrities of yes terday. COOMNG DEVICES The Egyptian pharaoHs were cooled by long-handled semicir- cular hand fans. PUKDOMINNT STJ-.EI, Steel accounts for 9-1 nor cenb of metal consumed hi tho world. DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC ROSS A. HO5ACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg, PH. 327-7244 Lelhbrldgn 101 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGB CONCERT SERIES EDWARD BlSHA-Cello LOUISE CHAPMAN-Piano Wed., Nov. 4th p.m. Yales Centre, Admission: Adulli Sludenls 50c Tickets at: leister's Music, University Gen. Offico, Votes Box Office (immedialely prior to performance) SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "FLARE-TJP" In Metrocolor. Starring Raquel Welch and Stacy. Monday and Tuesday, November 2 and 3. Monday show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "CHANGE OF HABIT" In color. Starring Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler Moore. Monday and Tuesday, November 2 and 3. Monday shows at and p.m. AdulL Gil more out of lifo Take tha family to a PREVIEW SHOWING of "1971" TOSHIBA PARAMOUNT Short "Hotel" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Virgin Soldiers" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Lost Complete Show TELEVISION LTD. ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet Smorgasbord PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SEATING SCHEDULE ADAMS ICE CENTRE Tuesday, Nov. 3rd- Frca Public Swimming............ 4.00- j.30 p.m. Nov. Beginners Sltaiinff p.m. Friday, Nov. Mothers and Prc-Schoolcn Freo Skating noon Public Skating................... p.m. Saturday. Nov. Public Public Skating p.m. Sunday, Nov. Skating............... p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Family Skating p.m. LETHBRIDG6 ARENA Friday, Nov. 6lh- Public Skaling p.m. Saturday, Nov. Public Skating p.m. Monday, Nov. Frco Public Skclina 6-00 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Wednesday, Nov. Beginners Skating p.m. Friday, Nov. Free Public Skatlnn p.m. Saturday, Nov. Puolic Skating p.m. Sunday, Nov. Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, Nov NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Friday, Nov. 6lh- NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swim.................... p.m. Saturday, Nov. Public 5-00 p.m. Sunday, Nov. Public Swim p.m. Family Swim p.m. Monday, Nov. NOON. HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. NOTEt Family Swimming for fris Foil and Wlnfnr Season 1970-71 are now on tale during Public Swim- ming Hours at the Fritz Sick Pool. The Pasiej valued at and admit ths enlira family lo all Public Swimming Sesiiont from ths daia oF unlilMay 15, 1971. Alh AVt aih ST 327-5100 [TONIGHT and TUES. ot and p.m, TERniFYINO.FlLMr1 Color LYNNREDGRAVE-HYWEL-BENNETT RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TODAY thru WED. 3 shows Daily 2.15-7.00 and 9.T5 p.m, BROUGHT BACK FOR ALL TO ENJOY The sensational novel that sold over copies ARTHUR HAILEY aulhor of 'AIRPORT KARL MAIDEN ROD TAYLOR CATHERINE SPAAK MELVIN DOUGLAS ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 328 6300 ACRES Of FREE PARKING STARTS TUESDAY YOU GOT 3000 BUCK KIDS, ED WHITE KIDS, AND X WAR GOING ON! First Show ol p.m. ADULT Not Suitable for Children THC MIRISCH PRODUCTION COMPANY Present 'HALLS OF ANGER' LOCKHART Co-stoning JANEHIacLACHLflN JAMES A. WATSON. Jr. JEfF BRIDGES COLOR by DeLlne' United ArtlStS JM.TD.-TDTOWOT I SECOND FEATURE j _.'_ [BARRY GORDON JON VOIONT BARQUERO" tEE Von Cleof ;