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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 9 THE lETHBRIDGE HIKAID Saturday, Oclob.r 10, 1970- Stars Seek Roles In New Movie By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Who's going to play in The God- father? The question was raised at a news conference Paramount held last week to introduce the man who is going to direct the movie version of the best-sell- ing novel. He is Francis Ford Coppola, a bright young direc- tor Italian extraction. "Almost every top star in pictures has come to us want- ing to play one of the roles in The reported Paramount production boss Robert Evans. "Money is no object with them, they simply want to be in the picture." Added Coppola: "Our philo- sophy of casting is this: We CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Geroid Bsker-Earl Collin Lynn Tennan Mike Tinordi- Henry Welbroclt will cast irrespective of star- cm. We want actors who are right for the roles. It's en- ircly likely that they Will not je names." they will be assured Evans. "We aren't [oing to cast the picture with Hollywood' Italians." This seemed to be a refer- ence to Paramount's The irotherhood, another Mafia ale which failed to light up the office. It starred Kirk Jouglas. :I thought Kirk was terrific in the said Evans, him- self a former actor and hence sensitive to implied criticism. "The problem with The Brotherhood was that it didn't lave the characters or the of The" Godfather. It vas a bit too cerebral for au- diences." One Italian-American .who will not appear in The God- ather is Frank Sinatra. One character in the book is an on-the-skids crooner who makes a comeback with an Os- car-winning role reluctantly gven him by a tough studio joss. Sinatra won an Oscar in From Here to Eternity. Author Puzo tells, of dining one night with his producer, Al- bert S. Ruddy. Two booths away, Sinatra was seated with some friends. A mutual friend thought that it would be a dan- dy idea to introduce Puzo to Sin atra. It wasn't. Puzo said Sinatra exploded: You should be ashamed for writing that Puzo said later: "I know il was a bad idea, but I go hooked into going over to his table. I just walked away." CAR THEFT RINGS HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Fif teen persons, including three former Houston firemen, wer indicted Thursday in connection with .the breakup of two multi million-dollar auto-theft rings Bonds totalling for th 15 defendants were set by Judg George Walker. ENTERTAINMENT FOR OCTOBER LETHBRIIDGE MINERS7 LIBRARY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th "ANYTHING GOES" MONDAY, OCTOBER 12th "EDELWEISS QUARTET" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th AND 17th "RUSS MARSH AND THE COUNTRY 3" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd AND. 24th "PHIL LETHBRIDGE AND THE .BLUE STARS" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th AND 31st "HIS, HERS AND MINE" MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY run AND Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- The first card with all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of In the case of more than one blackout, the winners may "play- off" or split the prize. THE BONUS PRIZE- For The First "L" Down the "B" row and acrosj the bottom. For The First "H" Down the "B" row, down the "0" row and acrosj the centre. For The First "Square" all numbers filled down the "B" rcwr down the "Q" row, across the lop row and across the bottom row. The bonus prizes will be awarded to the first correct cards according to the rotation of numbers called. In the case of ties, prizes will be split. Bonus prize win- ners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Get yours now and win One or mors prizes. Here ara the Numbers to Date: N-33, 1-26, G-S7, N-36, 0-71, G-58, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, O-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, 0-65, G-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-56, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, O-62. B-9, N-35, O-72, B-l, G-55, B-10, 0-70, N-41. THIS WEEKS NUMBERS: B-ll, B-2, 0-69, 1-21, G-50, G-47, B-6, B-5 Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will be published every Saturday In tho Lethbridgo Herald. "X" WINNER Ron Romanchuk, 1222 10 Avenue N., Lothbrldge WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 Days or 327-4801 after 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS UONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS TV HIGHLIGHTS Missile Thieves Get Jail Terms SATURDAY MOVIE: Carry on Cruising, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A Mediter- ranean cruise is hijinxed by a liner's nincompoop crew. With Sidney James. MOVIE: Death of a Gunfightcr, 7 p.m., Ch. A small western town, entering the 20th century, wants to get rid of one anachronism: its sheriff. Stars Richard Widmark and Lena Home. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Guest Tim Conway portrays a ballet dancer, a musical hardhat, a cave man and a long-lost member of the Famous Freckled Farkel Family. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests in- clude actor Paul Bradley, 1969 Etrog co-winner as best Cana- dian actor, and folksingers Jim and Judy Ginn. MOVIE: In Like Flint, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: James Ooburn stars as the girl-happy agent, this time investigating a fe- male power syndicate plotting world domination. MOVIE: Underworld, U.S.A., p.m., Ch. 7: A young man sets out to avenge the gangland murder of his father. Stars Cliff Robertson. MOVIE: Warlock, p.m., Ch. 13: A notorious gun- man is hired to protect frightened citizens against a gang of outlaws. Stars Henry Fonda and Richard Widmark. SUNDAY SPORTS: World Series, Ch. 7: Second game be- tween the Cincinnati Reds and Baltimore Orioles. SPORTS: Football, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: The Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet the Saskatchewan Roughriders. SPORTS: Football, 1 p.m., Ch. 9: The San Francisco 49ers meet the Los Angeles Rams. MUSIC: Music To See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: A recital featuring an harmonica player, pianist, harpist and the Classical Quartet of Montreal. MOVIE: Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, 6 p.m., Ch. 11: A frantic 1910 ak race from London to Paris Stars Stuart Whitman and Sarah Miles. COMEDY: Bill COSBY, p.m., Ch. 7: Character- jictor Will Geer guests as a friendless old man whose days are taken up with life's big problems, such as the pros and cons of pre-soaking one's laundry. DRAMA: Matt Lincoln, p.m., Ch. 13: Canadian John Vernon (formerly of Wojeck) guests in an episode about a young man intent on destroying his father's pollution-causing chemical plant. SPECIAL: Music of Franz Lehar 9 p.m., Ch. 7: The National Ballet Company of Canada and numerous singers combine for a 60-minute tribute to the Viennese waltz com- poser. DEBUT: The Most Deadly Game, p.m., Ch. 11: Regulars Kalph Bellamy, George Maliaris and Yvette Mimieux the role initially assigned to Inger Stevens) are a trio of criminolc'gists who deal in the offbeat. MOVIE: Indiscretion of an American Wife, a.m. Ch. 7: The 1954 story of a married woman and her lover, arrested for adultery in Rome. Stars Montgomery Clift and Jeimifer Jones. MONDAY SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 13: The'Ottawa Rough Riders meet the Hamilton Tlger-Cats in the east. MOVIE: Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: The 136 story of an American boy who goes to England to live with his cantankerous old uncle. Stars Freddie Bartholomew, Mickey Rooney and C. Aubrey Smith. SPORTS: Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13: The Calgary Stam- peders meet ths Edmonton Eskimos in the Alberta capital. SPORTS: Football, 6 p.m., Ch. 11: The Green Bay Pack- ers tangle with the San Diego Chargers. DEBATE: Ti-Gracc Atkinson p.m., Ch. 7: The radical Women's Liberationist who claims men are an un- necessary evil socks it to a student audience. MOVIE: Lady L, 7 p.m., Ch. a: An adaptation of a novel by Remain Gary dwelling on the recollections of an 80-year-old beautiful aristocrat. Stars ophia Loren and Paul Newman. VARIETY: Nashville North, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are country singer Wayloa Jennings, ylvia Tyson and Murray McLauchlin. NATURE: Zoos of the World, p.m., Ch. 13: A Na- tional Geographic special profiling the pleasures and im- portance of zoos from Tokyo to the Bronx. PAOLA'S RESTAURANT Corner 6th Ave. ond 13th St. N. SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN AND CANADIAN FOODS Dellclously prepared by Anna (Formerly of Anna'i 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 12 Midnight 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. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 54 Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesls Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7: CBC's prime- ime religious show returns for a fourth season, tonight iving coverage to a recent ecological symposium by the Canadian Council of Churches. TUESDAY CHILDREN'S: Sesame Street, a.m., Ch. 7: The new acclaimed series today, Wednesday and will run at an earlier hour because of the World Series. SPORTS: World Series, a.m., Ch. 7: CJLH sports lirector Brent Seely hosts a pre-game show prior to the 0 (or 11) a.m. third game between the Cincinnati Reds and Baltimore Orioles. INTERVIEW: Pierre Berton, Ch. 13: Ameri- can entertainers give their opinions of Canada. MOVIE: The Killing Game, i p.m., Ch. 13: Claudine Auger stars in a drama about a writer and his wife who jecome involved in the fantasy world of a playboy. Alberta Gas Trunk Plans Multi-Million Expansion To '74 TORONTO (CP) The presi- ent of Alberta Gas Trunk Line 'o. Ltd. says the firm antici- ates financing expansion pro- sets worth about million uring the period 1971-74. Robert Blair, speaking at a meeting of the Toronto Society f Financial Analysts, said the lans would be basically unre- ated to the company's proposal or a million gas pipeline rom Alaska. He said most of the spending uring 1971 and 1972 would be or extending lines in northwest- ern Alberta and for looping and ilosing gaps in the present net- work. During 1973 and 1074, he said, the outlays would primar ily be for looping and expansion of capacity. Mr. Blair said it has been said there are not sufficient eq uity funds available in Canada Estimated total cost of the Al berta Gas Trunk proposal for an Alaska gas pipeline is million, of which about would be equity capital. 6 WORKERS DIE SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Six workmen, attempting to res- cue sheep from a Hazing abal toir, were killed here when the roof collapsed upon them. DUESSELDORF (Reuters) Three men accused of stealing a Sidewinder missile from a WTO base in West Germany and mailing it to Russia were sentenced Friday to jail terms of up to four years. Architect Manfred Rammin- ger, 39, and Josef linowski, 39, a mechanic, were found guilty of theft in three cases connected wilh espionage activity and given four years each. Former fighter pilot Wolf-Dle- thard Knoppe, 34, was found guilty of theft in two cases con- nected with espionage activity and sentenced to three years and three montlis. In one of the most bizarre se- curity cases in many years, the court heard how the men smug- gled the missile out of 7ell Air Base in October, 1967, and Jammed it in the back seat of a car, its nose sticking out through a smashed back win dow. Girls Flirted With Death WALTHAM Eng- land (Reuters) Girls at a local savings and loans soci- ety office flirted with death every morning when they propped open a door with an old wartime anti-aircraft shell. They did not know it was still live until a bomb disposal squad took the shell away and detonated it. The missile, covered by in old carpet, was then driven across Germany, dismantled at Krefeld and mailed airfreight to Hoscow via Copenhagen. The prosecution claimed tha hree men received about from the Soviet Union or the delivery of the 10-foot missile. The indictment alleged that the three also stole navigational and sent them af passenger luggage to Moscow. Soviet Dancers Back Together LONDON (AP) Russian ballerina Natalia Makarova, who walked out on the Kirov Ballet Company when it was >iere last month, is rehearsing with Rudolf Nureyev. He was to partner 10 years ago in the Soviet Union before he defected. The two stars are working at London's Royal Ballet school for Miss Makarova's first public ap- pearance since she defected from the Leningrad company, saying she wished to further her career in the West. Nureyev, 32, and Miss Maka- rova, 29, will dance the black swan pas de deux from .Sipan Lake for a BBC television pro- gram expected to be screened in November. Nureyev's usual partner for major performances is priina ballerina Dame Margot Fon- teyn. LISTINGS Progromi >ri by thn radio end itati Any voriaticn in program ichedulM h minutB cnangw by iht iloiioni and it not fwmiibilitr of Hirald Btslwoy TeUvitfeit. CJLH-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) On 1 (c> SATURDAY NIGHT Daktarl (c) Movie: Carry Cruising Laugh-In (c) Tommy Hunter ._. Hawaii Five 0 (c) News (c) Provincial Affairs 11.23 Jpleprnhe 7 Movie: Under- world U.S.A. SUNDAY Whiplash Cathedral cf Tomorrow World Series Warm Up World Series (c) Sports Week News TBA Fsith .for Today Don't Turn me Off Movie: The Sad Horse (c) Hymn Sing country calendar Music to See (c) Reach for Ihe Top World of Disney (c) Adventures In Rainbow Country Teleprobs 7 Bill Cosby On the Other Side Show (c) University Ed Sullivan (Part 1) Sunday at Nine Under Attack Lchar Butler's Beat Weekender (c) Partridge Family News Front Page Teleprobe 7 Challenge Nation's Business The Bold Ones Whiteslde Nature of Things Bahamas Man Alive Movie: News (c) Ion of American Teleprobe 7 Wife HMO Movie: Charlie rv-.oNDAY Chan In Shanghai Morning News Wrestling Mr. Dressup TUESDAY Sesame Street (c) Morning News Holiday Film Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant (c) Pinnochio and Oz Chez Helena World Series Our Town Warm Up Lee Drew World Series Children's Hour Lee Drew's Show Movie: Little Lord Movie: Fautleroy Daddy Long Legs TaKe Thirty TBA Edge cf Night (c) Edge of Nlqht Galloping Gourmet Galloping Gourmet Drop In Banana Splits (c) Hillbillies Hillbillies CFCN-TV tefhfaridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Marcus Welby c CFL B.C. at CTV News (c) Toronto (c) CFCN News ic) Glen Campbell (c) Oil Report Randall HopkirK Court Martial i Like National Geographic Jack LaLanno Sale of the Century Galloping Gourmet Audrey A World Apart All .My Children Make a Dea c Newlywcd Game News Secret Storm c One Ufa to Live c Words and Music Lovo Is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospllal Dark Shadows That Girl Bowllched Dating News CJOC News 2 minutes to the hour, Wthr., SportJ on the half hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sporis News Wayne Barry Daryl- Ferjuson Action Set All Night jnow SUffDAY Rob ingrarrt News Christian Science Say That Market Renort 9-30 Songs of Faith Paul Tlvldar Hour of Decision Rob Ingram Sunshine CBC News Evangel Hour Continental Rhap- Sunaay Supplement sody MONDAY r Jim Elliot Show TUESDAr 8-00 News 41m EIHott Show Chrlsllan Sciencs Phone Bill ihow News, Weather 8-30 Voice of Prophecy Wayne Barry Show Phone Bill Snow 9-00 Sunday Magazine Galloping Galloping GourmeT 10-00 Rob Ingram Bulletin Board Gardening Churcn Broadcast Probe 1220 News News, Sports Paul Tivldar Jack Thys Show Holiday Bulletin Board Something to Say Probe 1220 Capital Report Road Report CBC Showcase World y.-OQ Funny You Should Paul Tivldar Farm News Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tivldar PrObS 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour The Way 1 It Cattle and Grain Prices Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way See It 11-30 Bulletin Board Total Information Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather News Sports Wealher Cattle Prices Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Major News Farm Show Total Intonation The Way I See It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Way I See II Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Major News SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcase Back to the Blbls Music Interlude World Tomorrow CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. SATURDAY p.m. Chuck Tanner p.m. Frank Sherman SUNDAY Sign On and Hews Sports Breakfast With Weather CHEC Morning Melodies Luncheon '-'ate Mid-Day Report Sunday Caroussel Dinner Showcase Duchess Mennonlte Major News 7-05 Dinner Showcase Weather People's Gospel LDS Choir Back to God Hour World Tomorrow Music Slqn Off News fifteen minutes to the hour. SUNDAY The Other Side Powerllne Chuck Tanner Mike Shans MONDAY Breftkfast with Bruce Tempo Jean pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sports Major Newi Weather L The Way 1 See It The Way 1 Sea It Dinner Showcase eu Back to the Bible The Voice of China News fifteen minutes Musical Interlude Jo the hour. World Tomorrow CHEC-FM TUESDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major News Farm and Ranch Review Breakfast with Bruce Country Digest Weather CHEC Total information Major News Monday thru Thursday Larry Donahue John David Horn Larry Donahue The Other Side John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner Ra SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazinft Variety Pak Metronome Rratley at 1h> Movies CBC Stage Anthology What's New Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories voice of the Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Van Chamber Orchestra Capital Report Inside from tho Outside Celebrations Cross-Country Check-Up Sunday and Friends National News Weekend Sound Studio 71 Continental Holiday CBR dio 1010 Calgary Beethoven 1970 From the Capitals Jazz, the Vintage Theatre Yei Don 'Sims Show MONDAY Eye Qoener World at Eight Alberta News Commentary Morning Comment Galloping Gourmet GerrusM Nathan Cohen Consumers Matinee Casting about with John Fisher Radio Noon Afternoon Entre Nout Malinee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality BBC Hews Weather Tempo World at Six Supplement Jazz for the Record Actuality As It Happens BBC Newt National Weather More Joy In Heaven Distinguished Artists Songs from the Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Commentary News and Weather Galloping Gourmet Gcrrusll Nathan Cohen News Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Afternoon Entre Nous Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert You Just Can't Beat Bestway's BIRTHDAY SALE NOT WITH GREAT VALUES UKE THESE- g.96 BED CHESTERFIELDS ONLY KITCHEN SUITES 5-PIECE CHROME 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO ONLY FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. 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