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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY DRAMA: Mod Squad p.m., Ch. 13: Sammy Davis Jr. portrays a tormented entertainer who hides behind ruth- lessness and indifference. PUBAFFAIRS: Anna Palo-Heimo, p.m., Ch. 7: Telescope interviews an Ontario woman who teaches sensi- tivity exercises to encounter groups. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Peggy Lee Marty Robbins and Canada's Guess Who. PUBAFFAIRS: Canada's Water For 10 p.m.-.. Ch. 7: Tuesday Night looks at America's desire for Cana- dian water and the results to Canada of large-scale water diversion. VARIETY: Barabara McNair, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Canada's Irish Rovers and Vanda King, plus Josh Wmte Jr. and Soupy Sales. MOVIE' Story of Alexander Graham Bell, p.m., Ch. 7: The famed 1939 biograhpy of the-man who invented the telephone. Stars Don Ameche and Loretta young. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Woman Obsessed, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Susan Hay- ward stars as a young widow-rancher wto marries an in- articulate farmhand. MOVIE: The Marrying Kind, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A couple applying for divorce tell their life stories to the judge. Stars Judy Holliday and Aldo Ray. SPORTS: Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The Minnesota North Stars meet the Montreal Canac" Movie Column TV HIGHLIGHTS! tins New Phase By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Long the most glamorous member of the Directors Guild of America, Ida Lupino recently returned to the other side of the camera on Family Affair. "I like she admitted. "I like being able to come on a set and worry only about my own lines, instead of concerning my- self with other details." She plays a cockney barmaid turned aristocrat, an old flame of Sebastian Cabot, major domo of the Family Affair realm. An- other reason she enjoyed the en- gagement: She and Cabot were fr.jr.m. in Kind br mta HtaifWoil Kk.d.w k t. miniit. OI.TOM kr H m TM Another World (e) Places in the News Trouble with Tracy Parians Francais Bewitched Wild Whirl of Wynne's Pad Fashion (c) Hockey Min- In Conversation c nesota at Montreal KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} TUESDAY NIGHT Today Show c Our Lives c Hillbillies tc) Today in Montana Doctors e News Concentration (c) Another World Don Knotls Family Affair Edge of Nigtu c Julia (c) Hollywood Squares Corner Pyle c Carol Burnett Jeopardy c Mike Douglas c Mannix Who, What, Where Hillbillies (c> News Game Cronklle News c Tonight Show News NBC Ntghfly News WEDNESDAY Another World Mayberry R.F.D. Our World Somerset c News c Agriculture World Turns c Men from Shlloh KFB6-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Capt. Kangaroo c News 7-nn Dlnah'i Place fcl Secret Slorm c riote 0nD ;0 Livc Jack LaLnnns i4no words and Music Love is a Many century Splendored Thing Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Audrey Dark Shadows A World Apart c That Girl All My Children Bewilched Mako a Deat c Dallng Newlywed News TUESDAY NIGHT To Rome with Love Mod Squad Mary Tyler Moore Sale of tha Movie: House of Century Cards News The Interns Dick Cavctt WEDNESDAY News BAN HYPNOTISTS SALISBURY (AP) Rhode- sia's health minister, Ian. F. McLean, has announced plans to introduce a bill in Parliament that would ban hypnotist from performing on the stage or set- ting up private practice. The bill also would prohibit the use of hypnosis for "any other pur- pose" without the consent of Rhodesia's Medical Council. Learn To Dance The Proper Way! Learn from Special- ists Guaranteed Instruct- PHONE 328-9332 OMEN ACRES CLOSED TONIGHT AND WED. OPEN THURSDAY Hike Completed SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Eric Byback of Belleville, Mich, is icsting his sore feet here after completing what U.S. for- estry officials call a history- making hike-a trek from Canada to Mexico. Thrusting one of his scuffed boots through the'wire border fence and onto Mexican soil a few miles east of here, Ryback ended a journey t'nat began June 10 near Vancouver. "I'd usually get up about 4.30 every morning and walk until 6 in the said the 18- year-old hiker, a University of Denver freshman. The newly-designated Pacific Crest Trail took him through a variety of terrains ranging in elevation from 500 to feet "I ate dehydrate-! package food and occasionally replen ished my supplies from caches of food left for me by fores service rangers along the he said. .The young athlete said h maintained a steady pace de spite his 80-pound- s h o u 1 d e pack. "I averaged abodt 19 miles day foM32 he said. Ryback's only troubles wen caused by his boots, 'which h .had to re-sole three .times. Macbeth Film Scenes In The Raw LONDON (AP) Sliake- peare's Macbeth is scheduled or another movie remake, this ime with some of its characters lerforming in the nude. Kenneth Tynan, British drama critic and author, is earning with 'Playboy maga- zine's Hugh Hefner in the pro- duction. The London Sunday Telegraph said motion picture director Roman Polanski is in London to handle the casting. The newspaper said that in he film the three witches will appear in the raw and Lady Macbeth will wear little or no clothing during her sleepwalk- ing scene. Tynan is best known for cre- ating the nude review Oh! Cal- cutta! Polanski was the husband ot slain actress Sharon Tate. PHILIPS COLOR TV RADIO S TV JAlll 9 302 13th St. LONE GOOSE' 'SALIDA, Colo. (AP) For three year Duncan, a large grey goose, has lived with a _terd of Holstein cattle in a pas- ture on Virgil Houle's farm here. Houle says as far as he knows Duncan never has laid eye on another goose. ENTERTAINING AT THE YORK HOTEL EVERY NIGHT OCT. 19-24 THE FABULOUS "TONY WHITE TRIO" 3 BJG DAYS! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT at EL RANCHO CABARET DIRECT FROM CALGARY1 Thursday, Oct. 22 "PAINTER" Friday, Oct. 23 "HAPPY FEELING" Saturday; Oct. 24 "COUNTRY PIE" "Be Sure To Attend For THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE" 9 p.m. to 1 o.m, ADMISSION SI.25 EL RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE (side entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! MATINEE DAILY P.M- NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS URKCIiEEF SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES PARAMOUNT RESTRICTED ADULT SHOWING TODAY and WED. CARDSTON May fair Theatre "ZIG Metrocolor. Starring George Kennedy, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach. Tuesday, October 20, show at at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" In color. Starring Sean Con- nery and Richard Harris. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 20 and 21. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE EXECUTIONER" In Technicolor. Starring George Peppard. Tuesday, October 20, show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CARRY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Starring Phil Silvers, John Sims and the "Carry On Tuesday, October 20, show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "IF HE HOLLERS, LET HIM GO" In color. Starring Barbara McNair and Raymond St. Jacques. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 20 and 21. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more oul of life Take the Family to a Matinee p.m. Evenings p.m. A CAMPSITE FOR SORE EYES. When the moon comes out the''CARRY ON GANG' look ot things on the bright A side. SSf {JR STARTS TOMORROW Monte Carlo Barbara Ferris and Harry Andrews Allied Arts Council SECOND FEATURE Votes Memorial A Not Suitabli for Children lime for Giving Centre TUESDAY Oct. 27th SIDNEY JAMES KENNETH WILLIAMS JOAN SIMS CHARLES HAWTREY BERNARD BRESSLAW TERRY SCOTT BARBARA WINDSOR HATTIE JACQUES PETER BUTTERWORTH Tickets at LEISTER'S Adulu All Students LVMD JANSSEN -WM CARBY- DUEL'" ANDREW PRIME VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY UP IN THE CELLAR" ;