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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE: How Green Was My Valley, p.m., CK. 7: The noted 1M1 film about the problems of unionizing coal miners in a Welsh town. Stars Walter Pidgeon and Maureen O'Hara. DEBUT: Barefoot in the Park, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: The Canadian opener of a serial adaptation, with all-black cast, of Neil Simon's Broadway hit. Stars Seoey Mitchill and Tracy Reed. PUBAFFAIRS: First Tuesday, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: In- cluded tonight is a part of a pioneer documentarian's film, The City, released in 1939, which shows Ihe roots of today's pollution'and urban overcrowding. PP.OFILE: Mel Hurtig, p.m., Ch. 7: The Edmonton furrier-turned-bookseller talks about his encouragement of Canadian writers. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Tonight's guests are Joni Mitchell, actor George Lrndsey and singer Joe South. PUBAFFAIR: Kim Philby, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The incredi- ble story of the 11-year British Secret Service agent who f'tered secrets to the U.S.S.R. WEDNESDAY PUBAFFAIRS: Pierre Berton, Ch. 7: Ber- ton's critically acclaimed comparison of Expo 70 to Mon- treal's Expo 67. PUDAFFAIRS: Canadian Film Awards 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights on .Take 30 of the national presentations, held last Saturday. CJOC if News Five Minutes To The Hour Wlhr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY N16HT 8.00 News, Sporls News, Snorls Thys Paul Tivida. Rob Ingram All NTghl Show WEDNESDAY f.ta Jim Elliot Show Phone Bill show Wayne Barry Galloping Gourmel Country Music Probe 1320 Matinee Farm Paul Tividar. CHEC News on the Hour Wlhr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Major News News Tne Wfly liao The'Way I See If Stuck Market Dinner Showcase Report Farm and Ranch Woman's WorM Back lo the Bible Jean Pauiey Voice of China Commenrs Musical Interlude Way I See'it World Tomorrow Bulletin Board Total Information Call of Ihe Land Farm and Ranch Review Wealhcr Ma [or News M CHEC-FM WEDNESDAY Breakfast wilh Bruce News Farm Show Digest Wsulher CHEC Inlormalion Sporls Wealher Gallic Prices Tempo Jean Paulvy Comments Slock Market Report Sporls Major ..ews Weather The Way 1 see It CHEC-FM WON- THUR THRUS. News Fifteen minules to The Hour Larry Donahue John David horn Noon Larry DonahuE The Other Side John David Horn 6-.OQ J. 0. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News an the Hour News Morning Concert Malinee Nation's Business High Noon Afternoon Entre Nous Afternoon Concert TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo Midnighl World nl Six WEDNESDAY Supplement Eye Guesr Appearance News Operas We Like Sporls Tuesday Night Rev. Bill Portman Ernesl Hemingway World at Eight National News Commentary Nighls A Week Morning' Comment i Thealre Galloping Gourme' Winnipeg 5ym- Gerrusl! phony Orchestra Nathan Cohen You Just Can't Beat Bestway's BIRTHDAY SALE Look! More Great Money-Saving Buysl SECTIONAL SOFA and CHAIR BIRTHDAY SALE SOFA and CHAIR BIRTHDAY SALE RCA 25" COLOR TV BIRTHDAY SALE (Even Less Wilh Trade) CONVENIENT TERMS TELEVISION EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4ih Avc. Slh SL S. Phone 328-2328 M99 '519 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Hillbillies Toleprobe 7 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Movie: How Green Hoodlum Prleii Was wiy valley WEDNESDAY Red Skellon (c) News Telescope (c) Store Front Sesame Streer Lawyers (c) Audubon Chez Helene Our Town Children's Hour Movie: Thunder. Over Israel TaXe 30 Edge of Nlghf (c) Galloping Gourmet Drop In Tuesday Night (c) Friendly Giant (c) Hillbillies CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Tom Jones In Convcrsalion C Wynne's Pad (c) In Conversallon The Best of Berten Barefoot In 1lie Thought Icr Day Lucy Snow (c) Park (c) National News Buckshot (c) News (c) University ol Air Movie: Eddie's Father Wynne's Pad Man on a 'Jring 7.in Mnri (n Helen Famous Jury Trials Sand Box ;c) Another World (c) Arl Trouble wilh Tracy Parlons Francais Bewitched Wild Whirl of Wynne's Pnd (c) Flinlstones Room 222 (C) Johnny Cash Barbara McNair News MOWS (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies 5; 00 News Don Knolls Julia (c) Carol Burrmlt Mannlx News Tonlnhl Show WEDNESDAY SilS Our World Agrlculluro Today Show C Our Lives c 7rGQ Today in Montana The Doclors c Concentration (c) Anolher World Family Allair Edge ol Nighi c Hollywood Squares Gomcr Pyle c Jeopardy c Mike Douglas c Who, What, Where Hillbillies (c) Game Cronklle News c News NBC Nightly News Anolher World Maybcrry R.F.D. Somerset c News c World Turns c Men from Slilloh KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Cant. Kangaroo c Hews Ts Eomu wllti 7-00 Dinah's Plir Love Mod !iqup.d Jilck LaLani Mary Tyler Moore Sale ol the Flrsl Tuesday Rcporl (c) News The Inlcrns Dick Cavfilt WEDNESDAY Ncwi Century GQllonlnrj Audrey A World Apart i All >Uy Children MaKc A Deal c Nowlywcd Words nnd Musk Lovo Is a Mnny Splonrtored Thing ounncl General Hosrtllal Dark Shadows Thai Girl Bcwllchecl 4iDO Dating Nows 1971 PLYMOUTH SPORT FURY -Tuitday, Otlobir 6, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 5 Supei-rFast Warning System Planned WASHINGTON (AP) The United States government hopes to begin construction soon on a super fast system to warn Americans of an enemy nuclear attack in the missile age. Tentatively titled cision Information Distribu- tion System it could save the lives of an estimated 10 mil- lion to 15 million persons who would die in a nuclear holo- caust now because of the de- lay in warning them. The plan calls for construc- tion of 10 low-frequency radio Movie Column Encore No Problem For Film Director By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) The age-old problem for those scor- ing a big hit in show business is: "What can you do for an Robert Altman finds that an enjoyable problem to have. Altman directed MASH which scored the same im- mense success this year that Easy Rider did in 1969. M A S H has an antic irrever- ance toward God, country and war movies and it has been em- braced by the young movie- going crowd. The hip generation might be astonished to learn that Robert Altman is not one of them. He is a fortyish Kansas native who moved from magazine writing to film directing, mostly of tele- vision series. MaiTied and the Father of five, his sole resem- blance to the "now" crowd is in his stylish beard-.___ Altman was here briefly to deliver his new film, Brewster McCIoud, which he made in Houston for MGM. He was leav- ing for Vancouver, where he will be shooting his next one; The Presbyterian Church Wager. "S'ure it was a problem figur- ing out how to follow a huge hit like he remarked in an interview. "But I would rather have that problem than lave no hit to follow. "Alter the picture came out, I lad so many offers it was al- most embarrassing. People in he picture business are kind about success. They forget that :hey didn't like ycu before." Before MASH, Altman had directed a couple of films that ailed to light up the skies: Countdown and That Cold Day in August. Neither was a com- edy. He was realistic when pro- ducer Ingo Preminger consi- dered him for MAS II. "I've heard I was 13th, 14th jr 15th on tlie list of directors they were Altman aid. "I read the script, and I didn't like it. But I had been working on my own project, a First World War stoiy that I couldn't get off the ground. I hought I could incorporate some of the material into MASH." Preminger agreed to his plan and the deal was made. Altman tried to hold out for five per cent of the profits, but the stu- dio refused. He gave in, thus losing a small fortune. The latest projection for the film's gross is million. That would make it one of the dozen biggest moneymakers of all time. "No said the philo- sophical Altman. "I'm more concerned with the power that the picture's success has given me. Without that. I would never be able to make films the way I want to. Why, on Brewser McCloud, MGM never saw the finished script until after I started shooting. That's how much faith the dio had in me." Brewster McCloud may be even wilder than MASH. Ex- plained the director: "It's the best picture of its kind. It's also the worst picture of its kind. The reason for that is there has never been anything like it." The hero of the film is a fel- low who believes he can fly in the Houston Astrodome. And does. Passion Play Still Packs Them In MUNICH (Reuters) The Oberammergau Passion .Play finishes its 1970 season and au thorities in the West German .village are convinced publii opinion has rejected charges that the play is anti-Semitic. An American Jewish Congress campaign led to substantial can cellations from the United States, but Oberammergau stil attracted more visitors this .year than in 1960 and total ot for the 102 per formances. There were visitors from Canada. LONDON (CF) Winnipeg, born comedienne Libby Morris PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Girl of the Golden West" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Monique" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Bullet for Pretty Boy" Last Complete GKEEN ACKES DRIVE-IN "Your, Mine and "Guns of the Magnificent Seven" One Complete Show Lethbridge and District Young Artists' Concert Wednesday, January 20, 1971 AUDITIONS: Saturday, November 7, 1970 Visiting Adjudicator: DR. RICHARD JOHNSTON Dean oF Fine Arts University oF Calgary For application forms qpply to: THE SECRETARY Department oF Music University of Lelhbridge (phone: 327-2171) (Application Deadline: OcF. 12, 1970) SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS '69" In color. Starring Jeremy Slate and Tom Stern. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oclober 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TOPAZ" Tn Technicolor. Another thriller from Alfred Hilchcoek. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 6 and 7. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "STILETTO" Starring Alex Cord, Britt Ekland and Barbara McNair, Tuesday, October 6, show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre One Night Only. "CARRY ON UP THE KIIYBER" In color. With that 'Carry On' Gang. Tuesday. October G only. Shows at nnd p.m. Aduil. Tiicsday is Buddy Night Two admitted for (he price or one. Get more out of liFe Tnko the family lo n movia returns to her home town Oct. 16 to entertain at the Manitoba centennial variety show. Spon- sored by the University of Mani- toba, it will be at the Playhouse Theatre. Miss Morris, who settled in Britain in 1956, has been active on stage, screen and television. She just finished touring "the country in a one-woman show, As Dorothy Parker Once Said. NEW YORK (AP) Hugh M. Hefner recently announced that Colbome Bids For New Seat CALGARY (CP) Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colbome said here he will seek the Social Credit party nomination in the new Calgary Currie Constitu- ency. Mr. Colbome, member of the legislature for 26 years and a member of the provincial cab- inet far 16 years, made the an- nouncement in a news release. The nominating convention for Calgary Currie will be held Nov. 12. the first motion picture Lo be produced by his new independ- ent film company, Playboy Pro- ductions, will be Roman Polan. ski's version of William Shake- speare's tragedy of Macbeth, to be directed by Polanski. GREEN ACRES SORRY FOLKS! CLOSED TONIGHT AND WED. OPEN THURS., FR1. AND SAT. (Weather Permitting) COLLEGE TONITE and WED. and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN CINEMA COLLEGE IVIALL 328.6300 ACHES Of FflEE PARKING DEFACING PUBLIC PROPERTY IS AGAINST THE LAW! ...But so is 'Pretty-Boy' Floyd! FABIAN. JOCELYN ASTRID ADAM __, FORTE LANE WARNER ROARKE il lransmiti.tr slalions in (he Uni- ted Stales, at an cvenual price of million. Simply, when the command- ing general ot the North Ameri- can Aii- Defence Command de. termined that the country was Redgrave Stars lu New Film NORFOLK, England (AP) Sir Michael Redgrave will co- star with Julie Christie, Alan Bates and Margaret Leighton in The Go-Between, the first col- laboration of playwright Harold Pinter and director Joseph Losey since their widely ac- claimed Accident and The Serv- ant. Redgrave was the star of Time Without Pity, one of Los- ey's first English films in 1956. He made his film debut in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes in 1938. His most re- cent film: Goodbye, Mr. Chips. under attack, Hie BIDS system would activate a small box in a radio or television set of the future, send a high-pitched sound to draw a person's atten- tion and then transmit instruc- tions on how and where to take cover. This would take 30 seconds, much faster than the present Emergency Broadcast System in which private AM and FM stations would relay the same information. DONOVAN MAIUUES WINDSOR, England (AP) British folk singer Donovan, 24, and 23-year-old Lynda Lawr- ence, former girl-friend of Roll- ing Stones guitarist Brian Jones, have been married PHILIPS COLOR TV JACK'S 302 13th SI. N. HOWL WITH HERBIE... BOUNCE WITH BALOOI WALT .CU FOR THE DE11 HCHEIE BUDDY JONES LEE HACKETT TOMUNSON Starts Thursday COLLEGE PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVE Si 8th ST 3275100 STARTS TOMORROW Barbra Streisand and Yves Monlond make sweet music! Two triple-treat charmers in the screen adaptation of the Alan Jay terner Broadway hill Slreiiand is beguiling. "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" is a treat far the whole family. HIGHEST DAILY NEWS Pararnounl PCIIKGE Prcsflnl! AHuwardW.KKh Jay Letner Produclion Siarring Barbra Streisand Yves Montand Based upon Ihe Musical Play On A Clsar Day You Can See Power 3ob Nicholson and John Richardson Music by Bunon Lane Screenplay and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerne: Produced by Howard W. Koch Must Ananged and PanavistffP on cduntoi Paramount Ptlura LAST TIMES TONIGHT COLOR MflMIOIIF ADULT STARTS TOMORROW POPULAR PRICES! RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENT 1 Shows Daily Mat. p.m. Eve. p.m. E...S fe ADUL1 '1 INIHTAINMIKr 20lh Piesonls C. KAIIL MALM! V ADULTS 'The epic American MATINEE i.so war movie that EVENING 1.75 Hollywood has always wanted lo make, but never had Ihe 1.25 ANYTIME I PI ;