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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ___ Tuoiday, November 24, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 POPULAR PASTIME it is estimated that more than one million Canadians howl reg- ularly. MAJOR PURCHASE Canadian barley is purchased by brewers to an annual value of more than million. ITV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY MOVIE: Charley Moon, 6 p.m., Cli. 7: A zany soldier becomes a musical-comedy star. With Max Bygraves, SPECIAL: Oral Roberts, p.m., Ch. 13: The "U.S. evangelist salutes the American Thanksgiving, with guests Jerry Lewis, Kay Starr and actor Jay Silverheels. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Glen Campbell, the Stoneman Family and singer Tony Joe Carter. PUBAFFAIRS; llbllywonl Others, 10 p.m., Ui. 7- First of a two-part series on the 1947 House on Un- American Activities Committee, Joe McCarthy and the Hollywood blacklist. VARIETY: Barbara McNair, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests include B B. King, Gloria Loring and Friendly Persuasion. MOVIE: Riot in Cell Block 11, p.m., Ch. 7: Con- victs stall a rict in order to negotiate for better conditions. With Neville Brand. WEDNESDAY 'MOVIE: Next io No Time, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: An em- ployee comes up with a plan to introduce automation at his factory. Stars Betsy Drake. MOVIE: Under Ten Flags, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A British ad- miral is assigned to destroy a German surface raider. Stars Van Heflin, Charles Laughton. TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six On The Ball a.m. Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather TUESDAY NIGHT Major News Weather The Way I See I Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Back to the Bible Voice of China Musical interlude World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM WEDNESDAY Breakfast wilh Bruce Major News Farm Show Country Digest Weaihcr CHEC Total Information and Sports News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Weather and Sports if CHEC -A Major News The Way I See It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauiey Comments Way I See It Bulletin Board 12-00 Total Information Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Sports Weather Cattle Prices Tempo CBR -k News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Party Line Matinee Bob Lang World at Six Jean Pauiey Comments Stock Market Report Sports 5-00 Major News Weather The Way I See It CHEC-FM MOM. THUR THRUS. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour fi-QQ Larry Donahue John David Horn Noon Larry Donahue The Other Side John David Horn 6-00 J D. MeAllisier Chuck Tanner Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Supplement Eye Opener 7-03 Guest Appearance Assignment 7-30 Operas We Like World at Eight 8-03 Tuesday Night Commentary National News Galloping Gour From the Capitals Gerrusl! Theatre Nathan Cohen Orchestra! Concert Morning Concert Matinee 11-55 Nation's Business 12-03 Alta. at Noon Afternoon school Broadcast Personality Afternoon Concert let Actuality BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson Here It Is In Black and White! Early Bird Christmas Shoppers will save a bundle on these gifts for the home 19 INCH PORTABLE TV 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ELECTROHOME COLOR TV 25" '6991 IAY NIGHTS1 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS eilDWITIIBP EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Our Town Lee Drew's Child- ren's Hou.r Movie: Next to no Timt Take 30 TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Charlie Moon Love and Mapli Syrup Store Front Lawyers (c) Tuesday Night News (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Riot In Cell Block 11 WEDNESDAY Morning News Mr. Dressup Sesame Street (c) Edge of Night (c) Western Schools Galloping eourrnef Friendly Giant (c) Drop In Chez Helens Hillbillies (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Wynne's Pad (c) FHntstcnes (c) Dick Van Dyke Barefoot in Ihs Park (c) News (c) Eddie's Father (cl Thanksgiving Sn. Room m (c) Johnny Cash Barbara McNair News News (c) Randall and The Best cf Berton Hopkirk Place In Conversation _ rinr> ff, WEDNESDAY Beat 'tl9 Thought for Day Lucy Show (c) National News Buckshot (c) University of Air Movie: Wynne's Pad Under Ten Flags Miss Helen Famous Jury Trials Sand Box (c) Another World (c) Places in the News Trouble with Tracy Parlons Francais I Dream-of Wild Whirl of Jeannie (c) Fashion (c) Wynne's Pad In Conversation c Flinlstoncs KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) Our Lives (c) Hillbillies News Gunsmoke Julia Carol Burnetl Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture KFBB-TV Great TUESDAY NIGHT News To Rome Wilh Love (c) Jwcqucs Couslea. Mary Tyler Moore (c) Hauler's Memory Audrey News (c) Interns M Dick Cavell Ic) Another World Concenlration (c) Edge of Night (c) Family Affair Gomer Py'e Hollywood Squares Mike Douglas, (c) 10-00 Jeopardy (c) Hillbi'lios (c) Who, What, Where Cronkite News (c) Game NBC Nightly News News Mayberry R.F.D. Another World News (c) Somerset ic> Movie: Unslnkabli World Turns (c) Molly Brown Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY Newlywed Game ,.nn News 6.00 News Secret Storm (c) Capt. Kangaroo Audrey That Girl A World Apart M Bewikhed All My Children Dating Garr i Deal (c) New CHAIRMAN DIES Mail- land Stcinkopf, chairman of (he Manitoba centennial cor- poration and a former cabi- net minister in the Conserva- tive government of Duff Rob- lin, died i nhis Winnipeg home of an apparent heart attack. Among those paying tribute for his service to the prov- ince was former prime min- ister John Dictcnbaker. Early start on transi I: system urged EDMONTON (CP) The first stase ot a proposed rapid transit system should be started soon and fi- nanced by a wide range of tax- es, the city's transportation consultants said here. De Leux, Cather and Co. Ltd. which has just completed a feasibility study of the first stage, said the service would be viable and early inaugura- tion offers "the most immedi- ate results in transportatinn improvement." The first stage would consist of a surface train route run- ning east-west along the CNH right of way from industrial airport to the exhibition grounds, about three miles. ERODING RIGHTS PIN CHER CREEK, Alta. (CP) Game laws are eroding landowner rights, says Gordon Burton, Western Stock Growers' Association president. Fish and game laws are outmoded, he told the Foothills Protective As- sociation which passed a resolu- tion asking co-operation of sportsmen. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thought 327-4581 Movie column ate-blooming actors finally on their way By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Is Richard Benjamin ths cleancut Elliott Gould? Or is Elliott Gould the shaggy Richard Ben- jamin? Whatever the [rame of refer- ence, there are decided similari- ties between the two actors. Both are 32 years old, Jewish and from New York; both were late bloomers as performers, languishing for years in the shadows of their famous wives. Both are moving from one i starring role to another in the movie world, which five or 10 years ago would have relegated them to roles as the comedic friend of the handsome hero. Gould's saga is well-known: the offbeat man-against-the-sys- tern who MASHed his way to fame after being known as Mr. Barbra Streisand. Benjamin now is making his own splash. The onetime Mr. Paula unlike Gould, not separated from his famous scored as the Philip Roth hero in Good- Kaiser plan, Home ownership plan offered VANCOUVER (CP) Kai- ser Resources Ltd. has intro- duced a home ownership plan for employees of its coal min- ing operation in the Fernis- Spanvood area of British Co- lumbia which provides for a 10- year interest free loan amount- ing to one-third of the home's cost. No payments on the loan will be required while the home- owner remains in the com-' pany's employ, and one tenth on the principal amount will be forgiven for each year of com- pany service. The maximum loan is The plan was created as an incentive for employees to re- main with the company, H. M. Conger, general manager of operations, said in a letter to employees. Cost to the company is esti- mated at million for the first 400 homes. New university official has praise for Canada MONTREAL (CP) Dr. Jo- seph Charles Burke knows that being an American-born senior administrator in a Canadian university these days puts Mm in a delicate position. "Canadians have all the rea- son in the world to be con- cerned, though not necessarily the recently chosen academic vice-president of Loy- ola University said in an inter- view. Dr. Burke, a former professor at Duquesne University in Pitts- burgh, added, however: "In all this, I think there is an indication of the strength of Ca- nadians that Americans have chosen to come north. "Canada has a lot of creative potential. People go where there are occasions to do creative things. I don't see myself com- ing here to destroy Quebec cul- ture; I hope to assimilate some of it." Dr. Burke, first layman to oc- cupy the Roman Catholic uni- versity's senior post, said he came here because "there was a sense of frustration" in the United States. "I won't say the problems We are Lethbridge's Only Specialists for ZEROX COPIES of proposals, maps, drawings, etc. Any quantity samfl size or reduced. INSTANT SERVICE SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th St. S. Phone 328-2301 SOUTHERN ALBERTA 1 THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "NED KELLY" In Technicolor. Starring Mick Jaggcr. Tuesday, November 24. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "APRIL FOOL" In color. Starring Jack and Catharine Dcneume. Tuesday and Wednesday, Novem- ber 24 and 25. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlcind Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" In color. Starring Eliza- bclh Taylor and Warren Beatly. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 24 and 25. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "EL CONDOR" In Technicolor.. Starring Jim Brown, Lee Van Cleef and Patrick O'Neal. Tuesday, November 24. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "PLAY DIRTY" In color. Starring Michael Caine and Richard Harris. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 24 and 25. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Gel more out of life Inks the family to o movie there are insoluble because I don't think they are. But I had reached a dead end and I was simply becoming a cynic, a critic, and that is equivalent to death. "You've got to believe you can do something." Notley says criticisms not valid EDMONTON (CP) The leader of the Alberta New Democratic Party said here the criticisms of some sections of the news media by Premier Harry Strom and one of his ministers, are not valid. "By complaining that the press is being unfair to Social Credit, Premier Strom is act- ing more like a crybaby than a premier confident of re-elec- Grant Notley said in a prepared statement. SPEECH DISTURBING Mr. Notley said that while the premier's complaint is "vaguely a speech by A. R. Patrick, minister of mines and minerals, "is far more disturbing.' Mr. Patrick last week criti- cized the CBC, Edmonton Jour- nal and oilier unnamed news media for generating undue public "hysteria" about pollu- tion. Mr. Notley said the minister "overlooked the responsibility of the press to carry out in- vestigative reporting, not mere- ly to carry warmed-over gov- ernment press releases." He said the government's record on pollution has caused many Albertans to doubt the administration's ability to deal competently wilh environmen- tal control. Queen, prince Lose money on market. LONDON (AP) The Sun says Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip lost million (about S2.5 million) or more in Hie slock market this year. The newspaper says some of (he money was believed lost in speculative Australian nickel shares and some in British blue chip firms whose shares declined in value. Buckingham Palace had no comment. Details of how the Queen's money is invested are not made public. MEETING POINT The Moroccan port, Tangier, >n the northwest tip of Africa, s located where the Atlantic meets tte Mediterranean in the Strait of Gibraltar. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO cind TV 5 302 13th SI. N. BOOKS OF FAMOUS PLAYERS N bye, Columbus. His current film is Diary of a Mad Housewife, in which he plays the insensitive go-getting husband. Coming up for Benjamin: an escapist husband in The Stea gle, and the misfit husband oi the The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker. Benjamin, a tall, well groomed, articulate actor, was working on location in a Bev erly Hills brokerage office re cently on the latter one, a 20tV Century-Fox film produced aw directed by Lawrence Turman During a lunch break, he talket frankly in an interview abou his similarities to Elliott Gould SOMEWHAT ALIKE 'It's true that Elliott and I are somewhat he re- marked. "We both were lucky to come along at a time when the movies were willing to ac- cept real guys, not the normal kind of leading man of the past. "But our styles are different. Elliott seems to like the rounda- bout way of approaching a char- acter. Me, I prefer the direct approach; I like a clean line from here to there." Bom and schooled In New York City, Richard Benjamin came out of the Northwestern University drama department which produced such perform- ers as Charlton Heston, Patricia Neal, Ralph Meeker and a San Antonio girl named Paula Pren- tiss, a classmate who became Mrs. Benjamin. She was pluckea right out of Northwestern for an MGM con- tract and starring roles in Fol- low the Boys, Where the Boys Are and other brainless films. His career made a turn when he tried out for Mike Nichols for the road company of Barefoot in the Park. Nichols signed him for a year's tour. Benjamin toured in The Odd Couple with Dan Dailey, then played another Neil Simon play on Broadway, Star Spangled Girl. He aiid Paula starred in the much-acclaimed but soon- cancelled television series, He and She. He came into his own with Goodbye, Columbus. ON SALE AT MAIN OFFId- PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING DAILY TO P.M. ALSO AT THEATRE BOX OFFICES TILL 10 P.M. Travis McGee is having a conference with one of his clients. Business as usual. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR ____ _____ CHILDREN DARKER THAN AMBER" BASED ON THE HOVEL" DARKER THAN AMBER" BY JOHN D MacDONALO TECHNICOLOR" tNimlMKiiiMt TONIGHT and WED. At and p.m. PARAMOUNT 4th AVE 6th ST 3276100 COLLEGE CINEMA WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Its Gpodtime Glen and "Super Joe-. doin'what they do best! ADULT Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Darker than Amber" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Camille 2000" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "it's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT it's Glen and Kim's first movie PICTURES together since True Grit'! GLEN KIM DARBY BOX an.. Opens 6 p.m. First Show CAROL LYNLEY'MT HINDIS TUHA STIRLIHO -BOM DiLVIIE-HIIIOItH MuUI JOE NAMATH COMPANION FEATURE The strangest trio ever to track a killer, is JOHN IN GLEN-" HAIMILI5< CAMPBELL! KIM DARBY STARTS TOMORROW WONDERFUl FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT J All The Wonderful Songs As Matinee p.m. Evening and p.m. i ENDS TONIGHT: "CAMILLE 2000" In Cosor 1 Town Clief Professional ;