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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 9, 1970 THI UTHMIDGl HMAID 7 !TV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: But I Dos't Want to Get p.m., Ch.ll: After 18 years of marriage and now a widower, a man finds himself the prey of predatory women. Stars Herschel Bernard! and Shirley Jones. MOVIE: Voyige to the Bottom of the Sea, 6 p.m., Ch. T: A submarine mission to save mankind from destruc- tion. With Walter Pidgeon and Joan Fontaine. MOVIE: The Great Race, 6 p.m., Ch. Conclusion of the Blake-Edwards farce about a 1908 race from New York to Paris. Stars Jack Lemmon aid Tony Curtis. VARIETY: Andy Williams, t p.m., Ch. 13: Guests tonight are the Lemion Sisters, Jonathan Winters and sing- ers Ray Stevens and Johnnie Ray. MOVIE: The Night of the Following Day, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Critics said Marlon Brando assumed some of his old acting prowess in this tough, unsavory kidnap story. With Richard Boone and Rita Moore. SPORTS: Hockey, p.m., Ch. 7: NHL fans mil get their first lock at the Vancouver Canucks in the season opener with the Los Angeles Kings. MOVIE: The Naked Jungle, p.m., Ch. 13: A South American plantation is threatened by a horde of soldier ants. Stars Charlton Heston and.Eleanor Parker. MOVIE: Splendor in the Grass, p.m., Ch. 7: Adap- tation of William Inge's story of teen-age love and parental misunderstanding. Stars Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood. SATURDAY SPECIAL: World's Series, a.m., Ch. 7: A pre- view of the 67th competition for baseball supremacy is fol- lowed at 10 a.m. by the first game between the Cincinnati Heds and Baltimore Orioles. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The British Colum- bia Lions meet the Toronto the CNE grand- stand. Any fo tdttdvlM h ctHmgii by itatftM fi Hi w CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY News Jim Elliott 1200 Farm Dlaest N.WS, WMIhtr TP CBC News Jack Thys Church Bulletin News Wayne Barry News FRIDAY NIGHT World aT Six Market Report Paul Tlvidar Rob Ingram All Nignr Snow CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIQHT Larry with Bruce The Way 1 See It Donahue Farm and Ranch Dinner Showcase The Other Side Review Farm and Ranch John David Weather Review Horn Back to the Bible J. 0. Voice of China McAllister World Tomorrow Frank Music Sherman CHEC-FM SATURDAY Bruce Eireaktast wilh rucr CM Bruce Major News News fitreen minutes to Farm and Ranch the hour. Review FRIDAY Weather Larry Total Information Donahue Major News Mafor News Potpourri Sports Major News SATURDAY News fifteen minutej to the hour. Larry John David Morning Melodies Horn Luncheon Data John David Horn Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on ihe Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World at six Supplement Musical Program Gene Telpner's 'sical Notebook WeeK Morning Concert Theatre Alarm Clock Atlantic Symphony Action Set Music Past Mid- High Noon night Major Counlry SATURDAY College Football ___._ Eye Opener Bisons vs Dinosaurs Radio Free Friday News, Sports High Country Five Nights a Rev. Bill Portman Indian Magazine You Just Can't Beat Bestway's BIRTHDAY SALE NOT WITH GREAT VALUES LIKE THESE: Look! More Great Money-Saving Buys! SECTIONAL SOFA and CHAIR BIRTHDAY SALE.............. SOFA'and CHAIR BIRTHDAY SALE.............. RCA 25" COLOR TV BIRTHDAY SALE.............. (EVEN LESS WITH TRADE) i FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NISHT Evening wiln Ford Pre Game Warm Hillbillies and Nines Up T...-r.fc. News World Series (c) 5.30 TeleproM 7 Telcnrobn t Saturday's Hereos Movie: Voyage To Mov'e: Splendor In Movie: Ticket to the Bollom of tha the Grass (c) Sea (c) SATURDAr Wrestling Bugs Bunny (c) Los Angles at Van- Thunderblrds couver (c) H R Puffnstutf (c) DeVtarl (c) CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Csbtevision Ch. 4) TONISHT (FRIDAY) News (c) Underdog Wynne's Pad (c) Movie The Naked Marc's Music Shop s-oo FlinMnnm m Jungle (c) Secret Service S.oo Flintstones (c) Conversalton From the Sidelines SATURDAY Apache Come Together Ic) Thought for Day Rifles (c'l News (c) George of Jungle Wrestlinn Williams (c) Casper and From the Sidelines Movie: Night of the Company (c) Sports Digest (c) i. Day (c) 4-H Clublime (c) Our Great Outdoor! I" Kiddies on Keniera Physical Fitness Batman for Busy People News KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT News Doris Day (c) Tonight Show Head Master SATURDAY Movie The Great Groovio Goolles Race Part II Ironside Dr. Doolltllo (c) Globetrollers Archies' Fun Reuse Scooby Doo The Monkces Baseball Playoff News Mission Impossible KFBB-W Great Falls Channel S (Ciblevlsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT News Brady Bunch Movie: Movie: But I don't want to get Mar- ried (c) Marcus Wolby MD Tom Jones (c) News Immortal Dick Cavett SATURDAY Dragon and Mr. Toad Motor Mouse Lancelot Link Jerry Lewis Hero Come the Double Deckers Hoi SKV Hawkt Hardy Boys American Band Stand Saturday Matinee Sports Nanny 'and the Professor Parlrldge Family LCI'S Make A Deal Nowlywcd Gams Lawrenci Welle ClIINKSE INVENTORS According to National Geo- graphic, legend credits a Chinese woman seeking shade as the inventor of the umbrella in 2000 EC. CANNING STARTED Modern food canning started in 17S5 with a prize offered by the French govern- ment to anyone who could find a way to preserve food. IN THE WORDS of Shake- spcare, "Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them." A fourth category might bo added: the man who dogs greatness until it gives in. In other words, General George Patton Jr. The American military com- mander who earned the respect- ful but unloving title of "Old Blood and Paton pum- meled his destiny from North Africa through Sicily to France. When his moment of glory came a great sweep of mobile troops through France, freeing towns both destiny and he called it quits. Relieved once again of his com- mand because of his undiplo. malic statements, he died ab- surdly in a peace-time car ac- cident in late 1945. As depicted by one of Ameri- ca's best actors, George C. Scolt in the film Patton, cur- rently at the Paramount Thea. tre, the general was a complex character, a believer in rein- carnation and a devout student of past mih'tary actions, a man the Germans called "magnificent anachronism." Calling on his childhood in- terest in the Civil War and par licularly its cavalry, he was one of America's great tank and mobile division leaders. Unfortunately the m o v i e's script pounds at the obvious of Patton, leaving too heavy a job of fleshing out with Scott. Scott does his best, and his b e s t at any time is something to be- hold, but the small idiosyn- cracies aren't there. Neither are WEEKEND SHOWTIMES COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Love Bug" "Jungle Book" Last Complete Show Saturday "Jungle Book" "Love Bug" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Patton" Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee Starting "Jungle Book" "Love Bug" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Patton" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "On a Clear Day" Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee Starling "Patton" One Complete Show Short Subjects "On a Clear Day" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "The Reivers" "Man Called Horse" One Complete Show HIS, HERS MINE LOCAL VARIETY BAND IS STILL ACCEPTING OFFERS FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE PERFORMANCE Phone Maynard at 328-6097 PAOLA'S RESTAURANT Corner 6th Ave. and 13th St. N. SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN AND CANADIAN FOODS Dellciously prepared by Anna (Formerly of Anna's Restaurant) BRING YOUR FAMILY AND ENJOY A FAMILY DINNER ON SUNDAY FROM 4 P.M. TO 8 P.M. Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday Treat Your Family to Anna's Special Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner. OPEN 12 NOON TO 8 P.M. THANKSGIVING DAY. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIANS" In Technicolor.. AH cartoon feature Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE" In color. Starring Sean Connery and Janet Munro. Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "FROM NASHVILLE WITH MUSIC" In color. Starring Buck Owens and Don Gib'son. Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "HOW SWEET IT IS" In color. Starring James Garner and Debbie Reynolds. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 9, 10'and 11. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LION IN WINTER" In color. Starring Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn. Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "DEVIL SHIP PIRATES" In color. Family. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" In color. Starring Clint Eastwood, Mary Uro and Richard Burton. Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday show p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "HEY THERE. IT'S YOGI BEAR" Family. TABER Tower Theatre Brought back by popular demand. "TRUE GRIT" In color starring Academy Award winner John Wayne, Kim Darby and Glen Campbell, Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. Gel morn out of life Tokfl llm family to n movift honest examinations of those around Patlon. The British general Mont- gomery (later field marshal) turns out to be a weasly little man who got his hooks into Pat- ton every chance he had. The British in general were incom- petent, and when they succeed- ed, just plain lucky. The Amer- icans figured Patton was a good military mind suffering a chron- ic case of flapping tongue. In the movie only the Ger- mans had him pegged right. The film even goes so far as to have one high ranking officer gaz- ing admiringly at Patton's phot- ograph prior to the final evacu- ation of Nasi headquarters. As an expensively made film, Patton is better than most, but achieved greatness it isn't. Poor Barbra Streisand. Poor Hollywood. Like the man who desired im- mortality, they've got what they wanted (each other) and now they don't know what to do about it. Ths case in point is On a Clear Day You Can See For- ever, the latest collapsing ve- hicle for the poor-Brooklyn-girl- Where Funny Girl .almost coped with the conic, singing talents of its star, and Hello Dolly gave up and let her go untethered, A Clear Day rides off in about, six directions at ones, none of them with Streisand. As Daisy Gamble, a modern New Yorker, Streisand labors with the remembrances of da3'S past. She is apparently the re- incarnation of an ambitious so- cialite of the 1800s. Adding faint touches of love interest are Yves Monland as the psychoanalyst to whom she unburdens herself, Jack Nich- olson as an understanding for- mer stepbrother and assorted others who occasionally get to drop a good line. The back and forth from Daisy to her farmer self allows the set and costume de- signers to have a field day, which is nice because no one else does, including the au- dience. Film Awards Voting Probe Demanded TORONTO (CP) Terry Dene, co-producer of the Cana- dian-made but United States-fi- nanced movie Homer, has de- manded a full investigation of Canadian Film Awards voting procedures. He said in an interview yesterday that he has informa- .tion that someone instructed the awards jury not to nominate or to vote prizes to any Americans who helped to make or act in Homer. Homer was one of 12 feature movies competing in the 22nd annual Canadian Film Awards held here last Saturday. It was the only one financed by a U.S. company, Palomar Productions of New York, but it was filmed in Schomberg, north of Toronto, by Toronto director John Trent. Gerald Pratley. awards jury c h a i r m a n, said Mr. Dene's charges were "utterly absurd." "It has been the practice of the awards committee not to allow any film made by non-Ca- nadians into competition but in tliis case an exception was made and because of the excep- tion, everyone in the film was eligible for Mr. Pra- tley said. T h e male characters are j backdrops to Streisand, the mu- sic is undistinguished, and the star plays trifling obeisance to her roles while doing homage to La Streisand. What she needs is a single- minded director who will chan- nel her abilities and blackball all the personal peccadilloes which detract from her acting. Failing that, another musical biography might suffice. Sug- gested: The Life of Barbra Streisand. TELEVISION: One of the Hollywood genres which occa- sionally surfaces is that of the single girl who wisecracks her way through big-city or family mumbo-jumbo to bring about sanity and true love. Carole Lombard, Jean Arthur and Katharine Hepburn were its major exponents in the 1940s. Shirley MacLainP gave it a try in the 1960s. The type has returned, this time on the Mary Tyler Moore Show on CFCN. It's one of the more welcome new entries in j the current flabby season. Starring the former sidekick to Dick Van Dyke in his popu- lar comedy series, the show fo- cuses on an unmarried TV studio employee who, at 30, is beset by a world of already- marrieds and harried fellow workers. The shows thus far, one in the studio and the second in an apartment, have been light and comical, a combination which is getting devilishy hard to find a m o n g the socially-conscious dramas of the 1970-71 schedules. Given the right scripts and the right back-up crew, as she has had in Ed Asner and Valerie Harper, Miss. Moore should be able to manage with- out the multifold abilities of Van Dyke. MATT LINCOLN: A new medical-psychiatric series on CFCN, which employs an em- ergency phone-in service as its central ploy and which is as glowering and joyless as its star, Vince Edwards. THE INTERNS: A new medi- cal show on Channel 7, CJLH, which ties up at least two plots every episode and manages to deliver a few ethical morsels along tlie way. Starring the stoney Crawfortl as the head of a city hospital's staff, t n e Interns doesn't have much going for it but a huge bundle of principals. The stories are squeaky clean, and none of the sec- ondary leads is of more than passing interest, perhaps in a mirror image of the entire se- ries. R A I N B 0 W COUNTRY: A CBC-made adventure series on CJLH, filmed in Ontario and written, on pasteboard. Centering around a boy (Stephen Cottier) and his In- dian buddy (Buckley Petawa- the series is set in a lodge in the wilds and has so far depended on outsiders for its there is of it. Despite the beauty of the scenery, Rainbow Country is not worth the dose to two years it took to make: it continually pulls its punches, as in the first episode when a visiting priest was hurtling in a canoe toward dangerous rapids. While view- ers were wanting to know what was happening to him, the camera took time to dwell on the water or the other charac- ters. The series lacks the sleek- ness, the purposefulness of such American dramas as Iron- side or even Family Affair. Pipe Band Competition TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian National Exhibition an- nounced here it will hold an international pipe band competi- tion during the 1972 CNE, the largest contest of its type held in North America. The CNE said 600 pipers and drummers from the-United Kingdom will compete against their North Flipper Series Aclor Chosen For New Hole NEW YORK (ATI Brian Kelly, a relatively unknown actor who co-stars with a trained dolphin in the Flipper television series, has been cho- sen lo play the lead in The Love Machine, the film version of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel, Columbia Pictures an- nounced here. Kelly is Ihc 37-ycnr-old son of i Harry F. Kelly, former govcr-! nor of Michigan and now chief justice of tho state Supreme I Court. I American counterparts in the four-day contest. The CNE said it is holding the event in co-op- eration with the Scottish Pipe Band Association. GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Oct. 10th p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave and 6th St. N. Music by JACK ELECH ORCHESTRA MEMBERS AND GUESTS Be sure to attend our October Fest Sat., Oct. 24th Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! "THE SHAMEN" Glen's DEN (Downstairs Earth Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! NOTE! EVENING SHOW AT P.M. ONLY SATURDAY 3 SHOWS AND P.M. Harrow POPULAR PRICES! KARL NOW SHOWING Ar and p.m. PARAMOUNT Barbra Yves Streisand Montana A Howard W. Koch Jay Urner Production SHOWS AT AND P.M. Also Showing at Paramount Sat. and Sunday. Matinee Only One Complete Show at 2 p.m. FAMILY TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIMEI SAT, ROX opnce OPENS FIRST SHOW I P.M. CONTINUOUS TONKSHT SAT. And SUN. MATINEE GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. Steve McQueen "The Reivers' ision'S A Cinema Ccniei Films Pieientaiiort A National Central SECOND FEATURE j The most electrifying ritual ever seen! RICHARD HARRIS as "A MAW CALLED HORSE" JRNAVISION'TECHNICOLOR' SHOWING TONIGHT SAT. and SUNDAY LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT, THURS., OCT. 8th "THE METROS" FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th "THE INTERNATIONAL SET" SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th "COPASETIC MAGAFUS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ;