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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: The Man Who Cried Wolf, 5:30 p.m. CIi. 11: A 70-year-old man cannot convince the police or his family that he saw his best friend robbed and murdered. Stars Edward G. Robinson. MOVIE: The Pride and the Passion, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: Cary Grant and Sophia Loren star in a 1957 adaptation of C. S. Forester's novel describing Spain's revolt against Napoleon. VARIETY: Andy Williams, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests tonight are toe indestructible Ella Fitzgerald, Lome Greene and Chubby Checkers. MOVIE: The Other Man, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A neglected wife suspects her husband killed her playboy lover. Stars Joan Hackett and Roy Thinnes. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests are Anne Murray, Don Audet and Ron Taddeo, a country-folk duo. DRAMA: FBI 10 p.m. Ch. 13: A mentally-unstable young man abducts a girl whom he secretly loves. With Don Stroud. TALK: Dick Cavett, 10:30 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are Lee Marvin, Jeanne Moreau and Truman Capote. MOVIE: September Affair, 11:40 p.m., Ch. 13: A married engineer and a concert pianist try to keep their affair secret. Stars Joan Fontaine and Joseph Cotton. MOVIE: Baby, the Rain Must Fall, 11:45 p.m., Ch. 7: A prison parolee determines to hit the entertainment big-time. Stars Steve McQueen and Lee Remick. SATURDAY SPORTS: Calgary Stampede, 4:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Highlights of the 1970 stampede and exhibition, on the U.S. Wide World of Sports. SPORTS: Hockey 5 p.m. Ch. 7: The New York Rangers meet the Toronto Maple Leafs. RADIO &TV LISTINGS f regramt un lliltd by th� redis and ttltyitlen jtertiom. Any variatien in program idwdulM h du* to laifc minute cnanget by thi itatlom and tt net th* r� pentibility of Th* Herald �r Bntway TtkvisiMi. ? cjoc * News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT 6:00 World at Six 6:30 Market Report 7:00 Paul Tlvldar 9:00 Rob Ingram 1:00 All Night Show SATURDAY 6:00 Jim Elliott 8:00 News, Wealher 9:00 CBC News 9:10 Church Bulletin 10:00 Wayne Barry 12:00 News 12:20 Farm Digest 1:05 Jack Thys 5:00 News 6:00 News ? chec * News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Noon 5:30 The Way I See It 6:05 Dinner Showcase 1.-00-6:33 Farm and Ranch 4:00-Review 8:00 Back to the Bible 6:00 8:30 Voice of China 9:00 World Tomorrow 8:00 9:30 Music 10:00 CHEC-FM Bruce 5:30 CHEC-FM 6;00 News firreen minutes to 6:50 the hour. FRIDAY 7:20 6:00-10:00 Larry 7:30 Donahue 8:00 10:00-Noon John David 9:05 Horn 12:00 1:00 Larry Donahue 1 4:00 The Other Side 6:00 John David Horn 8:00 J. D. McAllister -3:00 Frank Sherman SATURDAY Breakfast with Bruce Ma|or News Farm and Ranch Review Weather Total Information Ma|or News Morning Melodies Luncheon Date with Bruce 2:15 Farm and Ranch Review 2:25 Weather 12:30 Major News 1:05 Potpourri 4:55 Sports 5:00 Major News 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 News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT .5:35 Tempo 6:00 World at six 6:30 Supplement 7:03 Musical Program 7:30 Oene Telpner's Musical Notebook 8:03 Radio Free Frlda-10:10 From the Capitals 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 8:55 Assignment 9:15 Alarm Clock 10:03 Action Set 12:03 High Noon 1:03 Ma]or Country 2:03 Major Country 4:45 High Country 6:03 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 SI QQ BIRTHDAY SALE ............. Iw� i SOFA and CHAIR SOCQ BIRTHDAY SALE ............. faW�# I RCA 25" COLOR TV SCI Q BIRTHDAY SALE ............. W I W (EVEN LESS WITH TRADE) CONVENIENT TERMS � FURNITURE EASILY ARRANGED ^ TELEVISION | APPLIANCES Phone 328-2328 4lh Ave. - 5th St. S. CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 12:00 Wrestling FRIDAY NIGHT 11 5:00 Hillbillies 11: 5:30 Teleprobe 7 6:00 Movie: Pride & The Passion (c) 8: 8:00 Laugh-In (c) 8 9:00 Tommy Hunter (cl 9 10:00 Hawaii Five O (c) 10: 11:00 News CFCN-TV Lethbridge TONIGHT (FRIDAY) 11 4:30 Wynne's Pad (c) 1 5:00 Flintstones (c) 5:30 From the Sidelines 7 6:00 Come Together (c) 6:25 News (c) 7:00 Andy Williams (c) 8:00 Movie: The Other Man (c) 8 10:00 F.B.I. (O 8 11:00 News 8 11:20 News (c) 9: 20 Teleprobe / 45 Movie: Baby The Rain Must Fall SATURDAY 00 Spiderman fc) 30 Thunderbirds (c) 30 H & R Puffnstuff 00 Movie: Horse Soldiers (c) 1:00 Sex in Search tor Adventure 2:00 Up Town-Down Town 3:00 Saturday's Heroes 4:00 Bugs Bunny (c) 5:00 NHL Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) 40 Movie Affair (c) 40 In Conversation SATURDAY 05 Thought for the Day (c) September 10:00 Kiddles on Knmera 10:30 Marc's Music Shop 11:00 Secret Service 11:30 Animal World (c) 12:00 Movie: The Cat (c) 7:10 National _News (c) 1:30 Wrestling 30 George of the Jungle (c) 2:30 Cottonplckers (c) 3:00 From the Sidelines 00 Davey and Goliath 3:30 Sports Dlqest (c) 15 4-H Clubtlme (c) '---- - 30 Batman (c) 30 Underdog (c) 4:00 Our Great Outdoors 4:30 Wide World of Sports (c) KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 Doris Day (c) 5:00 News c 5:30 Head Master 6:00 Movie: Stay Away Joe 8:00 Ironside 9:00 News 9:30 Tonight Show SATURDAY 6:00 Groovle Goolles 7:00 Dr. Doolltlle (c) 7:30 Globetrotters 8:00 Archies' Fun House 9:00 Scooby Doo (c) 9:30 The Monkees 10:00 Dastardly and Mutlley 10:30 The Jetsons 11:00 H. R. Pufnstuf 11:30 Heckle Sc Jeckla 12:00 Woodpecker 12:30 Hot Dog 1:00 Pink Panther 1:30 Tom Foolery 2:00 Bugs Bunny 3:00 Jambo Tales 3:30 News 4:00 News 4:30 Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel FRIDAY NIGHT 4:30 News 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 Movie: The Old Man Who Cried Wolf (c) 7:00 Marcus Welby MD 8:00 Tom Jones (c) 9:00 News 9:30 Th� Immorlal 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) 10:30 Dick Cavelt SATURDAY 5:00 Dragon and Mr. Toad 5:30 Motor Mouse 6:00 Lancelot Link 7:00 Jerry Lewis 7:30 Here Come the Double Deckers 8:00 Hot Wheels 8:30 Sky Hawks 9:00 Mardy Boys 9:30 American Band Stand 10:30 Basketball - Milwaukee at Allasla 12:30 Football - Notre Dame at Missouri 4:00 Partridge Family 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5:00 Newlvwed Gam� 5:30 Lawrenc* Welle ^jf-ront ^}Qow, ^Lentre 4 4 4 \ 4 4 TELEVISION got an unparalleled chance this week to display its highly-touted "immediacy" only to see that distinction scooped by its broadcasting grandaddy, radio. The Quebec kidnappings, which constantly and justifiably cut into regular programming during the Thanksgiving weekend and throughout the week, were for TV a case of too many reporters chasing too few facts. CBR radio, the Calgary CBC station, in at least two cases broadcasted press conferences and the latest events faster and more pertinently than its TV offspring. A case in point was Quebec Justice Minister Choquette's press conference Saturday in which he enunciated the province's no-thanks answer to FLQ demands. CBR covered both the French and English versions of the press conference before the CBC-TV broke into regular scheduling. And once the radio commentators had run out of things to say, they shut up. Not so with television. Lacking facts, both CTV and the CBC roamed about asking the public what it thought of the whole situation, a rough thing to do since the newsmen themselves didn't know what was going on. * * * On Tuesday both the CBC and CTV ran items on the kidnappings, but as has been the case in the past, CTV said it all and in a shorter time. Ottawa correspondent Bruce Phillips said he'd "never before seen anything like it," referring to the presence of armed forces around Parliament Hill. And Prime Minister Trudean gave out his dramatic statement about "bandits" and "bleeding hearts." Where CTV pinpointed the atmosphere around Ottawa, CBC showed the events without interpreting them, meaning a lack of good old drama. And when the facts had been covered, the CBC trotted out a panel of three, plus co-hosts Peter Daniel and Norman De-Poc. Gerard Godin and Jeanne Sauve, one a journalist and the other a freelance broadcaster, had some incisive comments to give (particularly Godin's put-down of the third panellist, a psychologist, who according to Godin, "didn't now know what he was talking about.") What added crumbs to the cream were Daniel's and De-Poe's sly little glances at each other every time they said something, rather as if they were giving each other stars for their crowns. Daniel delivers every line as if his education included being an undertaker's assistant; De-Poe unnecessarily wraps his questions around a needle and sometimes, as with Godin, has the business end turned right back on himself. Both the CBC and CTV rightly pre-empted subjects on their Sunday - night public affairs shows for coverage of the kidnappings, but the viewer was left wishing they had a few more facts and background to justify the time spent. If the networks want to give non-Quebeckers an intelligent look at the FLQ and its reasons (sensible or not) for the kidnappings, they might consider a few specials on the history of French - Canadian estrangement. Such coverage would give English - speaking Canadians more on which to base their estimation of separatism than Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT. [j Friday Short Subjects �- 2:15, 7:00, 9:15 "El Condor" 2:50, 7:35, 9:55 Last Complete Show - 9:15 Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects - 2:15 "My Side of the Mountain" 2:45 One Complete Show - 2:15 Short Subjects - 4:45, 6:50, 9:10 "El Condor" 5:10, 7:30, 9:50 Last Complete Show - 9:10 PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects - 7:15, 9:20 "The Virgin and the Gypsy" 7:50, 10:00 Last Complete Show - 9:20 COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects - 7:10, 9:10 "Up In The Cellar" 7:40, 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Saturday Short Subjects - 2:15, 7:10, 9:15 "Up in the Cellar" 2:45, 7:40, 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN Friday and Saturday "True Grit" 7:30 "Out Of Towners" 10:00 One Complete Show - 7:30 Make up a Party . . . Come to EL RANCH0 CABARET TONIGHT - 'The ShameiV SATURDAY NIGHT - "Just Us" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMSSION S1.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Availablel II II Lt�M33�L SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" - In color. Stairring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Redford. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17. Friday shows at 7:00*and 9:00 p.m. Admission-Adults $1.50, Students $1.25. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at 2:00 p.m. "THE MYSTERY OF THUG ISLAND" - In color. Starring Guy Madison and Peter Van Eyck. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "THE LION IN WINTER" - In color. Starring Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 16, 17 and 18. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult - Not Suitable For Children, Special Saturday Afternoon MarJtinee at 2:00 p.m. "EAST OF KILIMANJARO"-In color. Starring Marshall Thompson. Family. MILK RIVER - Sunland Theatre "THE UNDEFEATED" - In color. Starring John Wayne and Rock Hudson. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17. Friday show at 8:30 p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE - Cinema Theatre "THE STALKING MOON" - In color. Starring Gregory Peck and Eva Marie Saint. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 16, 17 and 18. Friday show at 8:30 p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "DARBY O'GILL AMD THE LW'TLE PEOPLE" - In Technicolor. Starring Sean Connery and Janet Munro. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Family. TABER - Tower Theatre Wall Disney's "PETER PAN" - In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17, Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Family. Kids 50c anytime. Get more out of lif� - Ta!;e the family to a movie the crimes of a small group of radical, socialist Quebecois. i * * * THE ODD COUPLE: One of the best new shows (which isn't saying much) derived from Neil Simon's Broadway hit and sparkled by the performances of two old pros, Tony Randall and Jack Klug-uian. For the viewer who's dragging himself dutifully before TV every night in search of a decent new series, The Odd Couple is a find. Two divorcees, both men, take up residence together only to discover that the problems of marriage don't depend on a conflict between sexes. Klugman, as a sports writer, is a slob. His clothes haven't hit a hanger since they came out of a department store bargain basement. He smokes cigars in bed, thinks all human knowledge is crystallized in Sandy Koufax's pitching averages, and doesn't eat so much as dump his focd in his gob. Randall, on the other hand, is a meticulous, fussy photographer who is obsessed with cleanliness, health and hanging up his socks (yes, his socks) at night. A hypochondriac, he spends hours working his assorted bodily ailments into a state of exhaustion before he sleeps. Randall is the mainspring of the series. Never feminine, his acting is restrained, underplayed and a thorough delight. The show, which runs Thursdays on Channel II, is almost enough reason to get cablevision.  ** TOMMY HUNTER: Hunter is a pleasant, average man with a nice voice - characteristics which barely managed to sustain his past years' 30-minute shows and don't come near coping with his expanded program. The CBC has taken a respectable variety show (seen on CJLH-TV) and blown it up into pretension.  * * LOCAL: Channel 7 on Monday presented a 30-minute special on the history of the University of Lethbridge. The next question is, why? The university is in a bit of a limbo now, still using the Lethbridge Community College area, but pressing on to its move next year to the west j site. Hence the program had no ! tie-in with an event, no point jto make and nothing new to I say. The show was part of CJLH's on-going, unquestioning courtship of the university, a situation which is pretty unhealthy and unprofessional for a news medium. NOTES: Goin' Down (he j Doad, accounted the best Ca-jnadian feature film of 1969, will jrun in Lethbridge next month . . I Am Curious (Yellow), I the Swedish-made sex-politics ; mishmash, has been passed by the Alberta Motion Picture Censor Board. I bet the two-member board wore out a couple of scissors over that one . . . The third annual Singing Tree, the Anne Campbell Singers' Christmas concert, will be held Dec. 13 at the Yates Memorial Centre. The concert will be repeated Dec. 20 at Calgary's jubilee auditorium . . . If anyone has old film equipment, such as a single lens reflex, copy stands or 35 mm. cameras, students at Hamilton Junior High School would be extremely pleased to receive them. An audio-visual communications class, taught by Bruce Haig, has lots of enthusiasm for producing historial documentaries on Lethbridge, but equipment has been hard to come by. Help Your Local Student. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE 9 P.M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 In the MOOSE HALL Music by THE BOW RIVER ORCHESTRA For Members and Invited Guests ENTERTAINING AT THE YORK HOTEL EVERY NIGHT OCT. 19-24 THE FABULOUS "TONY WHITE TRIO" KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE A FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE Doors Open 1:30 p.m. One Complete Show at 2:15 p.m. - ON THE SCREEN - 'MY SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' IN TECHNICOLOR TEDDY ECCLES - THEODORE BIKEL PLUS CARTOONS ALL. SEATS. 50 � Ed Marinaro, a Cornell sophomore, ranked second in the United States in rushing in 1969 with 1,409 yards. He scored 14 touchdowns. Dan (Mickey) Waiton, a 22-year-old outfielder, hit 25 home runs, batted in 119 and hit .332 for Oklahoma City in the American Association last season. WEEN ACRES DRIVE IN ...v JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH ; COUTTS HIGHWAY 327 1100 and SAT. The strangest trio ever to track a killer. TONIGHT ^ JOHN WAYNE GLEN CAMPBELL KIM DARBY family HAL WALLI5' I SECOND FEATURE Another outrageous comedy from the author of 'Barefoot in the Park" and "The Odd Couple: JACK LEMMDH SANDY DENNIS A KEH SIMON STORY THE 0UT-0F-T0WNERS COLOR" , gates at 7:00 p.m. show at 7:30'p.m. PARAMOUNT ' CINEMA '4th AVE 8. 8th ST '-. 327 5100 TONIGHT thru TUES. RESTRICTED ADULT "AN IMMENSELY ROMANTIC MOVIE WITH STYLE AND CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE. 'The Virgin And The Gypsy' is satisfying because it realizes itS goals!" -Vinc.nt C�nby. NT. T/m.i "A BEAUTIFUL AND ENGROSSING FILM. NOTHING SHORT OF MASTERLY. PURE PLEASURE. Fascinating story of the sensitive and sensual Yvette. Joanna Shimkus has brought her to vivid and memorable life in a performance that reveals her remarkable talent. She blends the rebelliousness and romanticism of girlhood with the conviction and imagination of young womanhood." -Judith Crist, Ntw York Mi|�in( "A finely made film. All the details delight-the finely etched portrait of the quiet renegade girl, played with erotic daydreams in her eyes by Joanna Shimkus; Franco Nero's snake-eyed gypsy, all purpose and passion." GDFH.cLawt6x\cds THE VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY i SHOWS 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. COLLEGE CINEMA c COLLEGE MALL  328 6300 ACRES OF FREE PARKING WHAT THE ATTIC DID FOR GIRLS... THE CELLAR WILL DO FOR MEN! TODAY, SAT. and SUNDAY RESTRICTED ADULT ai-ii-icnr-1\-irzjan i-iL-itzzi' ii ii -it~7n sat. 3 shows 2:15, 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. american international Picture WES STERN-JOAN COLLINS-LARRY WAGMAN JUDY RACE- DAVID ARK)N  NlRA BARAB color Z 0 in o. is z 0 in I IT TAKES THE TWO BIGGEST BREAK THROUGH THE FORTRESS UJRlili-BUSTERS TO RESTRICTED ADULT MATINEE MONDAY AT 2:15 P.M. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS Jim LEE BR0U1I1 VRI) CLEEF el connoR o M Z 6 5 z a in STARTS TODAY PARAMOUNT 4th AVE & 8th ST  3275100 co-srwflwrt MARIANA HILL and , . PATRICK O'llEflV Screenplay by I SIwy by 1. AHRY COHEM and STEVEN CAAABATSOS | STEVEN CARABATS03 Produced by ] D'rocled by j Music comoosed ANDRE DETOTH | JOHN GUILLERJvWI | and tonducied b/UAUWCE AHPfi �*NMm^i^kl TECHNICOLOR- SATURDAY FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 4:30 P.M. - CONTINUOUS 01 0 z si o ui o z