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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Worker Buiied For 7 Hours YELLOW KNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) - Roland Lamarche, 19, of Kirkland Lake, Ont., was rescued from the 605-foot level of Giant Yellowknife Mines where he had been buried upside down for neai-ly seven hours in loose rock. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: Up Periscope, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A new graduate of an underwater demolition school is assigned to a secret mission. Stars James Gamer. VARIETY: Andy Williams, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Donald O'Connor, Jo Anne Worley Little Richard and Bread, a rock group. MOVIE: Fathom, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Raquel Welch stars as a champion sky-skin diver enlisted to foil enemy foreign agents. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests are Dianne Heatherington and Tom Connors. MOVIE: Sex and the Single Girl, 11:40 p.m., Ch. 7: Natalie Wood and Tony Cui'tis star in a comedy adptation of Helen Gurley Brown's bestseller. SATURDAY SPORTS: Baseball Playoffs, 10 a.m., Ch. 9: The Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates opsn their best-of-five series for the National League pennant. , SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7: The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the Ottawa Roughriders. SPORTS: Baseball Play-Offs, 1 p.m., Cli. 9: Thb Minnesota Twins and the Baltimore Orioles start their best-of-five series for the American League pennant. SPORTS: Horse Show, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: The Canadian.and American Appaloosa Horse Shows. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, 4:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Roller skating and motorcycle racing championships. RADIO &TV %^0^ LISTINGS Pragromt �rt lUxd by th� rodia and Khvhien ttofieni. Any varicrtien in program tchtdulM h do� t� Inih minul* cRongti by th� �lalion� and to no) th� r� tponiibility cf Tht Hurold cr Bwtwuy TtUviiian. ? CJOC ? News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT <:00 World at Six �:30 Market Report 7:00 Paul Tlvidar 9:00 Rob Ingram 1:00 All Night Show SATURDAY 6:00 Jim Elliott 8:00 News, Weather 9:00 CBC News 9:10 Church Bulletin 10:00 Wayne Barry 12:00 News 1:30 Farm Digest 1:40 News 1:50 Sports 2:00 Jack Thys 5:00 News 6:00 News ? CHEC ^ News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Noon-1:00 Larry with Bruce 5:30 The Way I See It Donahue 12:15 Farm and Ranch 6:05 Dinner Showcase 1:00-4:00 The Other Side Review 6:33 Farm and Ranch 4:00-6:00 John David 12:25 Weather Review Horn 12:30 Major News 8:00 Back to the Bible 6:00-8:00 J. D. 1:05 Potpourri 8:30 Voice of China McAllister 4:55 Sports 9:00 World Tomorrow 8:00-3:00 Frank 5:00 Maior News 9:30 Music Sherman 10:00 CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bruce 5:30 Bieakfasf with CHEC-FM 4.00 Major News News flfreen minutes to 6:50 Farm and Ranch the hour. FRIDAY 6:00-10:00 Larry Donahue 10:00-Noon John Horn Review 7:20 Weather 7:30 Total Information 8:00 Ma|or News David 9:05 Morning Melodies 12:00 Luncheon Date SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. 6:00-11:00 Larry Donahue 11:00-4:00 John David Horn 4:00-9:00 Chuck Tanner 9:00-3:00 Frank Sherman * CBR * Radio 1010 - Calgary Mews on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT .5:35 Tempo 6:00 World at Six 6:30 Supplement 7:03 TBA 7:30 Gene Telpner's Musical Notebook 8:03 Radio Free Fridav 10:15 Five Nights a Week 10:30 Theatre 10:30 11:03 Atlantic Symphony 12:03 Music Past Midnight SATURDAY 6:03 Eye Opener 6:30 News, Sports 7:50 Rev. Bill Portman 8:03 Morning Concert 9:15 Alarm Clock 10:03 Action Set 12:03 High Noon 1:03 Major Country 2:03 College Football - Bisons vs Dinosaurs 4:45 High Country 6:03 Indian Magazine You Just Can't Beat Bestway's BIRTHDAY SALE Not with great buys like these examples: ELECTROHOME SOLID STATE STEREO $QQQ SALE PRICED AT ONLY ........ WOW RCA 25" COLOR TV SALE PRICED AT ONLY .. $519 5199 SOFA AND CHAIR Plush nylon, rust in color  FURNITURE  APPLIANCES  TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT 5:00 Hillbillies 5:30 Teleprobe 7 6:00 Movie: Up Periscope 8:00 Laugh-In (c) 11:20 Teleprobe 1 11:45 Movie: Sex and the Single Girl SATURDAY 8:00 Spiderman 8:30 Pulfnstuff 9:00 Tommy Hunter (c) 9:00 Movie: The Guns 10:00 Hawaii Five-0 (c) of Nevada 11:00 News 11:00 CFL - Winnipeg at Ottawa 1:30 Saturday's Heroes 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 University Special 4:00 Cdn. Appaloosa Horse , Show 4:30 Amer. Appaloosa Horse Show 5:00 Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV lefhbridge TONIGHT (FRIDAY) II: 4:30 Wynne's Pad (c) 1' = 5:00 Flintstones (c) 5:30 From the Sidelines 6:00 Come Together (c) 7: 6:25 News (c) 8: 7:00 Andy Williams (c) 8: 8:00 Movie: Fathom 9; 10:00 F.B.I, (c) 10: 11:00 News 10: Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) 20 News (c) 40 Movie: Dragnet 40 In conversation SATURDAY 55 Thought for Day 00 George of Jungle 30 Kiddles on Kemera 00 Batman 00 Underdog 30 Marc's Music Shop to II :00 Secret Service 11:30 Animal World 12:00 Movie: Three Young Texans 1:30 Wrestling 2:30 Coftonpickers 3:00 From the Sidelines 3:30 Sports Digest (c) 4:00 Our Great Outdoors 4:30 Wide World of Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) 9:30 Tonight Show FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 Doris Day (c) 5:00 News c 5:30 Head Master 6:00 Movie: None But the Brave (c) 8:00 Ironside 9:00 News SATURDAY 6:00 Googlie Goolies 7:00 Dr. Doollttle (c) 7:30 Globetrotters 8:00 For Love of Fred 9:00 Scooby Doo 9:30 The Monkees 10:00 Dastardly and Mutlley 10:30 Jetsons 11:00 Baseball Playoff 4:00 News 4:30 Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) 9:30 American Band Stand FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 News 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 Movie: Night Slaves 7:00 Mcrcus Welby 8:00 Tom Jones (c) 9:00 News 9:30 The Immortal 10:30 Dick Cavett SATURDAY 5:00 Dragon and Mr. Toad 5:30 Motor Mouse 6:00 Lancelot Link MD 7:00 Jerry Lewis 7:30 Here Come the Double Deckers 8:00 Hot Wheels 8:30 Sky Hawks 9:00 Hardy Boyi 10:30 Saturday Matinee 2:00 Sports 3:30 Nanny and Ihe Professor 4:00 Partridge Family 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5:00 Newlywed Gams 5:30 Lawrenc* Welk ^jj-ront ^^l^oWf ^l^entre 'pHE NEW television season. mention of "Wacky" Bennett, rolled in dm-ing the past I And the one particular phrase three weeks and for the avid viewer, it's been a long blurry fortnight plus seven. After spending about six hours a day in front of the cubic eye, I -hope by next Wednesday to be able to sit up and talie sup. (You're in a bad way, my son, when the chortles from the office air-conditioning sound like a commercial jingle.) if Si * There liave been few new shows worthy of a rave, with the exception of Sesame Street. Moments of something better-than-aVerage have issued from CFCN-Calgary's public affairs show, File: Seventy, Barry Cal-laghan's coverage of the Jordanian - Palestinian Guerrilla conflict in Amman on CBC's Weekend; and the opener of the Tom Jones show. (There may have been others this viewer either didn't have time to see or fell asleep during. Mea culpa.) � � * SESAME STREET: A clever, humorous American-produced educational show for preschoolers which started this week on Channel 7, CJLH. The series, which southera Albertans are seeing one year later than in the U.S., turned out to be a solid argument for those who think educational TV should never be placed wholly in the hands of educationists. Sesame Street, costing millions of dollars to make and with each of its programs pretested in U.b'. day-care centres, took its last word from producers. Educationists were used only as advisers. Tlie result is a brilliant series. Programmed Monday to Friday, the shows are geared to children three-to-five years old and employ a number of methods to teach the basics of the alphabet and numbers while offering sorties into the world at large. A cartoon depicting the alphabet, with a nod to TV commercials, is "brought to you by the courtesy of the letters W, S and T." (When a snowman who's supposed to be extolling S says his name is Hubert, the other cartoon character promptly remind him that Hubert "doesn't start with S.") Sesame Street takes place in an integrated city slum, a setting which may seem foreign to southern Alberta children. It employs real chUdren and four adults as well as a huge feathered dummy, Big Bird, and Oscar the Grouch and puppets. The series joshes those who make mistakes instead of pab-lumming them with adult pa-ti-onizing. Its fast - paced switch from one setting to another is accompanied by none of the pedantry of other children's shows Youngsters can look forward to thi'ee years at least of the series (if it is shown locally). The second year, also experimental, has gone into phonics (words which sound alike) and sight - reading; the third is expected to aim for the seven-to-10 year ago group. Never has a children's show made education look so delightful. *  � FILE: SEVENTY: CFCN's news department's public affairs program on Channel 13 which is noteworthy for its potential more than its actual productions so far. nie program, with CFCT^ news director Ian Parker as its executive producer, could fill a much - needed gap in the nonexistent public affairs scheduling of the two local stations. Subjects dealt with have included the W. A. C. Bennett Dam and its repercussions in Alberta, an interview with Jack Day, former Alberta Motion Picture Censor Board chairman, and an intei-view by four high school students of provincial education minister Robert Clark. What the prcgram has lacked is hard - core investigative reporting. The interview with Jack Day was well - timed but questions given in an off-handed manner and Mr. Parker's remark that the government would not reply to queries was unsatisfying. Names Of officials were needed. The slant of the news team was evident in Mr. Parker's that rankles Lethbridge residents, "here in Calgary" doesn't do justice to the scope of the show. If CFCN gets its teeth into truly thorny problem areas: suicide in AllDerta, discrimination, mining in the Crowsnest Pass, water pollution. File: Seventy could become a provincial version of the estimable W5. (and hopefully with a different back-gi'ound theme than W5's Classical Gas). *  * UFO: A new science - fiction series on CFCN which loses its people among the gimmicks and landscape. A British - made series about an inter national organization which investigates sightings of unidentified flying objects, UFO has neither the interesting characters nor does the leading man, Ed Bishop, have (let's be honest) the sex appeal of William Shatner in Star Trek. The first show was so belabored with giving a list of the groups's facilities - a moon base, satellite, underwater squadron, the earth headquarters hidden beneath a movie studio -it was bard to figui-e out if the writers had remembered to put in a plot. Besides, where on moon do those ghrls get their hair done? * � * THE STOREFRONT LAWYERS: A new lawyer series on Channel 7 which displays plenty of sleekness, but uses a pile-driver to deliver itself of its social theme. Three young lawyers wwk for an uptown legal firm which sponsors free legal aid to poorer clients. The shows have offered some intriguing plots: notably the entangling of a man by a funn whose subsidiaries tentacle into a contrivance of credit, loan and real estate companies. None of the three main characters has proved to b e dazzling. (Maybe that's because, after l!hey run through the credits, as occurs in Mod Squad and the Interns, they're too pooped to participate). Storefront Lawyers would be Actress Natalie Wood Has Her First Baby HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actress Natlie Wood has given birth to her first child, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital says. The daughter was born Tuesday. Miss Wood, 32, is married to British actor-producer Richard Gregson, 40. Gregson has three children from a previous marriage. Tile actress was divorced in 1962 from actor Robert Wagner. Today s Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects - 2:15, 7:00, 9:15 "Cotton Comes To Harlem" 2:50, 7:35, 9:50 Last Complete Show - 9:15 Saturday Special Matinee - Short Subjects - 2:15 "Last Safari" - 2:35 One Complete Show - 2:35 Short Subjects - 4:45, 6:55, 9:10 "Cotton Comes to Harlem" 5:20, 7:35, 9:50 Last Complete Show - 9:10 PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturdav Short Subjects - 7:15, 9:20 "Strawberry Statement" 7:30, 9:55 Last Complete Show - 9:20 COLLEGE CINEIVIA Friday Short Subjects - 7:10, 9:15 "Moonshine War" 7:35, 9:45 Last complete show - 9:15 Saturday Short Subjects - 2:15, 7:10, 9:15 "Moonshine War" 2:40, 7:35, 9:45 Last Complete Sliow - 9:15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Coogan's Bluff" - 7:45 "Two Mules for Sister Sara" 9:40 One Complete Show - 7:45 JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 more entertaining if it weren't so consarned earnest. LEE CREW CHILDREN'S HOUR: CHCT's new noon-hour show, carried by Channel 7, whicli has two stars: Lee Drew and the set. Produced by Mr. Drew (who directed Your Own Thing this summer in Lethbridge), the one-hour show is embarrassing to watch. It has the atmosphere of lack of control getting worse. The set is psychedelically-paintfid affair with a door, a slide (which the host uses to ill- effect), and a seating arrangement which looks as if someone had sold too many tickets to. The host, possibly in an effort to make himself one of the kids, allows himself at times to be doused with water. He asks young guests questions that are fatuous at best. Surely children viewers don't require that an adult be one of them. The show reminds one of an uncle who does silly things to please, he thinks, his young relatives. Friday, October 2, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 7 Makeup Man Dies Of Sei ure l.ORTH HOLLYiVOOD, Calif. (.'J')-Perc Weslmore, 65, one cf Hollywood's most widely-knovra makeup men, died of a heart attack at liis home here. W.esLriore, credited with in-vei tie of the hair-lace wig fcr use in the motion picture industry by male stars with receding hairlines, was employed by Warner Bros. A/l^SONIC LODGE BARBECUE Originally Planned for the 702 Wing Hall WILL NOW BE HELD AT THE SEA CADET HALL Cor. 17th Street and 10th Avenue South This Saturday - Oct. 3rd - 7 p.m. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3-9 P.M. In The MOOSE HALL Music by LONGACRES ORCHESTRA For Members and Invited Guests REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB POLISH HALL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 at 9:00 p.m. Music by The "MOONGLOWS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS WELCOME Phone 327-1448 Make up a Party . . . Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! "JUST US" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMSSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs Soith Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Availablel ir 11 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD "ICE STATION ZEBRA^ Empress Theatre In, color. Starring Rock Hudson and Jim Brown. Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Family. MILK RIVER - Sunlond Theatre "CAPTAIN NEMO AND THE UNDERWATER CITY" -In Metricolor. Starring Robert RyEm, Chuck Connors and Nanette Newman. Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3. Friday show at 8:30 p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE - Cinema Theatre "THE HIGH COMMISSIONER" - In color. Starring Rod Taylor, Lilli Palmer and Christopher Plummer. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 2, 3 and 4. Shows each night at 8:00 p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "NORWOOD"-Stai-ring Glen Campbell and Kim Darby. Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Family. TABER - Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE" - In color. Starring Walter Brennan. Friday, Satm-day and Monday, October 2, 3 and 5. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Family. Get more out of life - Take the family to a movie \LABOR CLUB^ Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, Oct. 2ml - 8:30 |).ni. Music by the "COPASETIC MAGAFUS" COVER CHARGE SI.00 MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS IN THE CLUBROOMS THE "METROS" WILL BE PLAYING FRIDAY EVENING AND THE "COPASETIC MAGAFUS" WILL BE PLAYING SATURDAY i i i MBAMOUIVr TONIGHT and SAT. TONIGHT of 7:00 and 9:10 p.m. SATURDAY Firsf Show at 4:30 p.m.-Continuoui SAMUEL GOLDWYNJR r^GODFREr RAYMOND CALVIN urn F^- nPKnART COLOR byDeluxe J.JHUUULU LUbl\nMI\ UnitadArtists Doors Open 1:30 Show at 2:15 p.m. One Complete Show Only ON THE SCREEN il "LAST SAFARI IN COLOR with STEWART GRANGER PLUS SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS IN COLOR All Seats 50^ TONIGHT and SAT. ADULT - NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ? 2 I 0 2 0 i 0 1911: Mfhe NoMishine WGM Presents A MARTIN RANSOHOFf PRODUCTIOH WJRICKt4cGOOHAN RICHARD WIDMARK ALANALDA Mctrocolor The IBth amendment prohibited drinking. It didn't say a word about killing, S double-crossing �' or blowing things up. TONIGHT at 7:00 and 9:15 P.M. MATINEE SAT. 2:15-EVENING 7:00 and 9:15 P.M. ^aiSii(\ount GiMema TONIGHT and SAT. RESTRICTED ADULT JURY PRIZE WINNER CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 1970 2 SHOWS at 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. ftllEEMMlUE$ JliOONOFMAyORl|l|l||P DnVrlN TONIGHT and SAT. ADULT Gates at 7:15 p.m. Show at 7:45 p.m. . CUNT EASTWOOD The Deadliest Man Aliv. ...Takes on a Whole Army! CLINT EASTWOOD SHim�YM|L!^^ TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA A UNIVERSAL PICTURE  TECHNICOLOR* i SECOND FEATURE T CLiriT EaSTWOOD .n'cooGarrs eiuff" IN COLOR A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ONE COMPLETE SHOW at 7;45 P.M. 6896 74 ;