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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1970 Academy Ball To Honor Carson Jack Benny will serve as master of ceremonies when Johnny Carson, host of NBC-TV's "Tonight Show Starring Johnny Garson," is honored at the annual Hollywood TV Academy Ball sponsored by tie Holljrwood Chapter, Nation a 1 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences- The ball, a Hallowe'en costume affair, will be staged Oct. 30 at the Hollywood Palladium. Chapter president David Lawrence said selection of the longtime host of NBC-TV's "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" was made in keeping with the custom of naming the ball in honor of "an outstanding star who has made an important contribution to the television industry." n-.OO Q CD fD (2 J 1:30 Q fD C5 32;00 (7} fS o fD 32:.30 CS CZ) o fD 1:00 03) r o 1:30 O Ol 2:00 ID 2:30 fD fD 3:00 Tuesday, October 20 3:30 O fD O fD 4:00 Q 0 fD fD 4:30 Q Q fS CD 5:00 O m fO Q 5:30 [7) (H) Q CD 6:00 O Days of Our Lives Peyton Place Newlywed Game Our Town Doctors Dating Game Beat the Oock Children's Hour Lucy Show Another World: Bay City Secret Storm Buckshot Lee Drew's Show Edge of Night One Life Movie: Touch of Treason Movie: Large Rope Corner Pyle Mike Douglas Love Is A Many Splendored TTiuig General Hospital Dark Shadows Famous Jury Trials Take 30 Another World HiUbillies That Girl Edge of Night Trouble With Tracy Crankite News Bewitched Galloping Gourmet News Dating Game Bewitched Banana Splits Hillbillies Wynne's Pad News Hillbillies Flintstcnes To Rome with Love News Teleprobe 7 Dick Van Dyke Don Knotts Mod Squad Unseen World (B Barefoot in the Park 6:30 f0 News fD Mary Tyler Moore Q Julia 7:00 O Carol Burnett Q Billy Graham CB Eddie's Father fD Movie: House of Cards 7:30 (B Mod Squad 8:00 O Red Skelton Q Mannix 8:30 fB Room 222 O Telescope 9:00 B Store Front Lawyers fB Johnny Cash Q News ID News . 9:30 Q Tonight Show ID The Interns 10:00 O Tuesday Night fB Barbara McNair 10:30 fD Dick Cavette 11:00 News Q News 11:20 O News fB News 11:40 fB Tom Jones 11:45 CZ) Movie: Story of Alexander Graham 12:40 (S) In Conversation Claremont Experiment Founder Anna Palo - Heimo is an attractive and articulate young woman who puts people in touch with each other - literally. Miss Palo - Heimo is the lady who founded and directs The Claremont Experiment, a movement located just north of Toronto which practices the "sensiti\'ity group" method of helping people overcome their problems and become more aware of themselves and others. Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 8:30 p.m. on Channel 7 CBC-TV's Telescope '71 takes a hgbt and lyrical look at Miss Palo - Heimo and The Claremont Experiment. This edition of Telescope includes a day - long visit with the Claremont people, during what they term a marathon session - where the participants remain cloistered together for a long period of time and communicate through both words and touch. The techniques of sensory awareness employed by Claremont are designed to awaken the dulled senses of touch, smell hearing, taste, and speech and by doing so, shake off the shackles of our modem technological envu-onment. Wednesday, October 21 11:00 Q Days of Our Lives fD Newlywed Game (7) Our Town IB Peyton Place 11:30 0 Doctors fD News IB Beat the Gock 12:00 (7) Children's Horn-IB Lucy Show O Another World ID Secret Storm 12:30 (B Buckshot (7) Lee Drew's Show Q Edge of Night ID One Life 1:00 (2) Movie: Woman Obsessed MINI CHOPPER From HONDA IB Movie: The Marrying Kind fD Words and Music 0 Gomer Pj'le 1:30 0 Mike Douglas S�8 Love is a Many Splendored Tiling 2:00 ID General Hospital 2.30 fD Dark Shadows IB Famous Jury Trials 3:00 O Take 30 Another World Hillbillies That Girl Edge of Night Trouble With Tiacy Cronkite News Bewitched Auiomalic irctnsmission folds down to fit in car trunk. Knobby tires, IciU button, four cycle engine ...... LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 0 m 3:30 Q CB 0 CD 4:00 �J Galloping Gourmet IB Bewitched ID Dating Game Q News 4:30 (7) Drop In IB Wynne's Pad fD News O Mayberry R.F.D. 5:00 0 News IB NHL - Minnesota at Montreal Q Hillbillies fD The Governor and J.J. 5:30 0 Men from Shiloh (Tl Teleprobe 7 JD Eddie's Father 6:00 fB Danny Thomas O Mad, Mad Comedians 6:30 fD Room 222 Ct) Linda Gay Flitton 7:00 O Hawaii Five-0 fD Johnny Cash O Billy Graham 7:30 IB File: Seventy 8:00 Q Kraft Music Hall fD Glen Campbell IB CFL - Wmnipeg at B.C. �1 Somerset Maiighon 9:00 Q News O Straight-On fD TV5 News 9:30 O Tonight Show fD Dan August 10:00 O This Land 10:.30 IB Sports Beat '70 ^ Gomer Pj'le fD Dick Cavett 11:00 (T) News (0 News 11:20 (7) Teleproloe 7 IB News 11:40 (7) Movie: Never on Sunday (J3) Movie: Doomsday Flight 1:40 QD In Conversation Inside Story Behind Firing Of Barefoot In The Park Star By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) - You've probably read by now of the latest explosion to-rock the Hollywood scene - the firing of Scoey Mitchlll from the cast of Barefoot in the Park, the new ABC comedy series. The inside story is that Mit-chlU was simply h-cang 2 bad boy- He used the foulest of language aroimd the set. He threatened people and, according to one person who was there, he hit a member of the production staff. He would show up at 11 a.m. - when he was supposed to appear at 6:30. "We ai-e sick alx)ut it." said one of MitchlU's business associates, "because we know he's a talented man who may have kicked his biggest chance away by his temperamental shenanigans." Mitclilll was not making himself available for any comment. Television, operating as it does on a tight schedule, cannot afford a temperamental actor, a trouble - making actor. The word is that MitchUl's cutting - up cost thousands of dollars beca-ise of the necessity for going overtime. Now Sie question is - will the show continue at all? They are, officially, looking for a replacement. But if the early rat- j ings are not good, the ward is that the whole project will be dropped. I Incidentally, before the ugli-1 ness crops up - the firing was � SCOEY ]VnTCHLLL not racial. MitchlU's black fellow cast members were as upset at his behavior as anybody else and wondered why the producers took so long in doing what they did. Writer For Carol Arthur Julian, whose tele\a-sion writing credits include Ho-gan's Heroes, Get Smart, That Girl, I Dream of Jeannie, and F Troop, has been named writing supervisor on The Carol Burnett aow- ;