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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1970 Saturday, October 17 Morning 5:00 CD Reluctant Dragon 5:30 CD Motor Mouse 6:00 0 Cartoons Q| Lancelot Link 7:00 Q Dr. Doolittle Qj Jerry Lewis 7:05 |0 Thought for the Day 7:30 0 Harlem Globetrotters �0 George of the Jungle 8:00 |D Hot Wheels 0. Archie's Fun House 0 Spiderman �0 Davey and Goliath 8:15 c 4-H Clubtime 8:30 0 Thunderbirds Q) Sky Hawks |0 Batman 9:00 Q Scooby Doo QJ) Hardy Boys S:30 0 The Monkees �0 Underdog 0 H. R. Puffnstuff (B American Bandstand 30:00 0 Movie: Horse Soldiers 0 Dastardly and Muttley {0 Kiddies on Kamera 10:30 0 The Jetsons (0 Marc's Music Shop 10 Basketball - Milwaukee at Atlanta 31:00 (0 Secret Service 0 H. R. Pufnstuff 11:30 |0 Animal World 0 Heckle and Jeckle Afternoon 12:00 |0 Movie: The Cat (7) Wrestling 0 Woody Woodpecker 12:30 O Football - Notre Dame at Missouri 0 Hot Dog 3:00 CZ) Sex in Search for Adventure 0 Pink Panther 3:30 35) Wrestling 0 Tom Foolery 2:00 (7) Up Town-Down Town 0 Bugs Bunny 2:30 |0 Cottonpickers 3:00 0 Saturday's Heroes (0 From the Sidelines 0 Jambo Tales 3:30 (0 Sports Digest 0 Roger Mudd News 4:00 O Bugs Bunny CD The Partridge Family C0 Our Great Outdoors 0 NBC Nightly News 4:30 c Wide World of Sports 0 Mission Impossible Q0 Let's Make a Deal 5:00 0 NHL 00 Newlywed Game 5:30 flO Lawrence Welk 0 My Three Sons 6:00 0 Gunsmoke �0 Mary Tyler Moore 6:30 00 Football - Alabama at Mississippi �0 News 6:45 �0 Oil Report 7:00 0 Movie. Russians are Coming 03 Glen Campbell 7:30 (7) Country Time 8:00 C0 Randall and Hopkirk 0 Daktari 9:00 03 Movie: House cf Cards 0 Arnie 0 Movie: Apache 9:30 0 Arnie Q0 News 9:45 3D Movie: Relentless Four 10:00 QName of the Game 11:00 0 News Q3 News 11:20 �0 News (7) Provincial Affairs 11:21 @) Teleprobe 7 11:40 0 Movie: Gallan Hours (S3) Movie: Beloved Infidel 6:45 (9) 6:00 0 CD 6:30 0 00 7:00 0 CD 7:30 �D 7:35 GD 7:40 �0 8:00 0 CB LZ) 00 8:30 09 0 (Z) s.-oo 0 m CD G3 9:05 0 S:30 CD C0 0 9:45 CD Sunday, October 18 3:30 �0 Call of the West (7) TBA 4:00 0 Wild Kingdom (7) Hymn Sing �0 Travel with Dasilva �D Bible Story 4:30 �0 Question Period 00 Love American Style (7} Country Calendar 0 Walt Disney 5:00 OO'F.B.I. �0 University Challenge 0 Music to See 5:30 0 Bill Cosby �0 Movie: But I Don't Want to Get Married (7J Reach for the Top 6:00 CD Movie: Nevada Smith 0 World of Disney 0 Bonanza 7.00 O Adventures in Rainbow Country �0 Untamed World 0 Bold Ones 7:30 �0 Matt Lincoln 0 Bill Cosby Show 8:00 0 Ed Sunllivan 0 Medical Centre 8:30 �0 Here's Lucy Q0 Andy Williams 9:00 0 Sunday at Nine - Pomerantz and Michaels, No. 1 0 Senator Mansfield �0 W-5 9:30 0 Four In One �D News 9:45 �D Most Deadly Game 10:00 0 Weekend |0 Marcus Welby �D Most Deadly Game 10:30 0 The Law and You 11:00 cWeekend News (T3) News 11:20 (JD News 0 Teleprobe 7 11:30 (7) Nation's Business 11:36 (7) Whiteside Travel 11:40 �0 Oil Report 11:45 (13) Court Martial 12:00 O Movie: Vera Cruz 12:40 G3) Sports Digest Living "Word Tom and Jerry 47 Happiness Way Revival Fires Smokey Bear Rex Humbard Johnny Quest Cattanooga Cats Thought for the Day National News Kathryn Kuhlman Uncle" Bobby Whiplash Bullwinkle Discovery Face the Nation Pinnochio and Oz News Cathedral of Tomorrow This Is the Life Oral Roberts Tabernacle Choir The Christophers Discovery World Series and NFL Football Sacred Heart Program 10:00 �0 Rex Humbard 0 Faith for Today CD Football - Baltimore vs New York Jets 10:30 (7) Don't Turn Me Off 11:00 (g) Western Canada This Week 0 NFL - Los Angeles at Green Bay 31:30 �0 Sports 12:00 33) Pendulum 32:30 �0 Rural Report 3:00 �0 Market Place �D Football - Kansas City at Cincinnati 3:30 �0 Pentecost Presents 0 Sports Week 1:56 [7) News �0 California Girl 2:30 0 Movie: Loser Takes All 3:00 �0 World Tomorrow Meet your friends at the . . . Majorette Restaurant The finest in  Chinese Food  Western Meals  Light Lunches 612 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-7511 HOURS: Open Daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed On Sundays And Holidays! Young Composer Guest Of Comics An hour of comedy and music, starring Hart Pomerantz and Lome Michaels, with spe- Jungle Tragedy Ends Romance HILDEGARD NEIL A series of one - hour color dramas based on stories by England's master storyt e 11 e r, Somerset Maugham Theatre debuts on CBC-TV, Wednesday, Oct. 21, p.t 8 p.m. on Channel 7. The opening drama, A Casual Affair, stars Hildegard Neil as Lady Kastellan, in the story of a romantic liaison wliich ends in tragedy in the Malayan jungle. cial guests Melanie, young singer - composer who recently scored a success at the huge Isle of Wight Rock Festival in Britain, and the great blues singers Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, will  be presented on CBC television Sunday, Oct. 18 at 9 p.m. on Channel 7. Hart and Lome are featured in numerous two - man sketches including the return of the Canadian Beaver, plus an interview with a fish in its natural habitat, an interview with an RCMP officer in the Canadian careers segment and a sketch on the subject of hypochrondria. In fact, Hart and Lome will themselves do about 20 minutes of the hour - long show, to be joined en route by that bevy of stellar comics and beautiful people: Steve Weston, Carol Robinson, Paul Bradley, Marvin Goldhar, George Raymond, Jackie Burroughs, Jayne Eastwood, Sylvia Lemnick, Nicole Morin and Alan Price. More than half of the show is done before a studio audience send the whole show has an "on-stage" look about it. 11:00 0 CZJ ED �0 11:30 0 CD C0 12:00 (7) (H) 0 CD 12:30 CD C0 0 1:00 (7) m Q CD 1:30 0 CD 2:00 00 2:30 00 �0 3.00 (7) CD m o 3:30 0 �0 CD Q 4:00 0 Monday, October 19 Days of Our lives Our Town Newlywed Game Peyton Place Doctors News Beat the Clock Children's Hour Lucy Show Another World: Bay City Secret Storm One Life Buck Shot  Edge of Night Movie: Guerillas in Pink Lace Movie: Second Best Secret Agent Gomer Pyle Words and Music Mike Douglas Love, A Many Splendored Thing-General Hospital Dark Shadows Famous Jury Trials Take 30 Another World That Girl Hillbillies Edge of Night Trouble with Tracy Bewitched Cronkite News Galloping Gourmet (13) Bewitched 0 News Q0 Dating Game 4:30 (7) Drop In �0 Wynne's Pad 00 TV-5 News 0 Green Acres 5:00 0 Hillbillies �0 Flintstones 0 News Q0 Adam 12 5:25 Q3) Dick Van Dyke 5:30 (7) Teleprobe 7 0 Red Skelton CD Silent Force 6:00 CD Football - Washing- ton at Oakland r On the Other Side - Lethbridge University 0 Laugh-In 03 Bewitched 6:25 C0 News 6:30 m Butler's Beat 7:00 �0 U.F.O. 0 Billy Graham 0 Movie: The Other Man 8:00 Q It's the Great Pumpkin - Charlie Brown CD Nashville North 8:30 O Front Page Challenge �0 Carol Burnett 9:00 a The Bold Ones CD News 0 News 9:30 �6 Pig 'n Whistle CD Storefront Lawyers 0 Tonight Show 10:00 Q Nature of Things �0 Ironside 10:30 CD Dick Cavett r Man Alive 11:00 r News C0 News 11:20 O News C0 News 11:40 (H) Dangerman 11:45 c Movie: Charlie Chan's Secret 12:40 53) This Week 1:15 m Wrestling Big Color Market Is Japan, Not U.S. Televiewers who feel that Japan is exporting all of its color TV sets to the U.S. are far wrong. Japan's own market for color tv is greater than the U.S. In first half of 1970, the Japanese bought 2,270,000 color TV sets, while the U.S. absorbed only 2,150,000. Canada's Concluded From Front Page one foot deep) of water a year into the Pacific Ocean. Many people remember or have heard about the terrible drought which devastated prairie lands during the late 20s and early 30s. And who can forget those Hollywood westerns about the disputes over water between the cattle men and the "sod busters." Today the fight for water still goes on in North America, only on a much larger scale and with far-reaching consequences. Various schemes have been devised t o take water from Canada's great rivers, like the Mackenzie, Peace, Yukon, Fraser and Columbia, into the rapidly expanding areas of the southwestern United States. Many U.S. politicians, including most of the western state governors, plus various water resource associations, are pressuring for the use of Canadian water. There are several Canadians, too, who advocate the diversion of water to the U.S.A. Dick Bocking, producer of this one-hour Tuesday Night documentary travelled extensively in the U.S. and Canada, also visited Mexico to gather interviews and film for the program. He talked to highly-qualified water resource experts and to economists, ecolo-gists, engineers and geologists about the facts concerning North American water resources. Canada's Water - For Sale? was filmed at locations in Oregon, California, Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Washington State, Washington D.C., Ottawa, Northern Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. The program also shows examples of large scale development of water and its effects. One example is what happened in Alberta when a huge dam was constructed on the Peace River. Some of the top political figures interviewed for the documentary included the Hon. J. J. Greene, Federal Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources; Governor Jack Williams of Arizona; Governor Tom McCall of Oregon; Premier Harry S'trom of Alberta; amd Hon. Ray Williston, Minister of Lands, Forests and Water Resources for British Columbia. NEW WORLD RESTAURANT Henry Yee, Gene Wong, George Low, Jack Chow, John Chow, Harold Yee and Phillip Wong. ARE PLEASED TO SERVE YOU WITH THE FINEST IN CHINESE AND WESTERN CUISINE DOWNTOWN ON 5th STREET For Take Out Service Phone 327-4025 There , ALWAYS MORE TO SEE ON CABLE TV NOTE: NEW ADDRESS 1018 3rd AVE. S. ;