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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, September 1, 1970 1HE IETHBKIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY MOVIE: Tlic Ghosl and Mrs. Muir, n p.m., Ch. 'r. Gene TJerncy and Rex Harrison star in a 1947 drama about a young widow who moves to a taunted house. MOVIE: The Love War, p.m., Ch. 11: Combatants from outer space fight it out on neutral territory, earth. Stars Lloyd Bridges and Angie Dickinson. PUBAFFAIHS: First Tuesday, 7 p.m., Ch. 3: Tile monthly show takes a look at Liberia's integration problems, student involvement in an anti-pollution project and a farmer whose land is undermined by a missile site. VARIETY: Evcrly Brothers, p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Hick Nelson, the Carter Family and Merrilee Rush. DRAMA: Memo From the Class of '7C, p.m., Ch. 7: An episode in The Bold Ones series about parents, their cluldren, drugs and a search for contaminated LSD. With Norma Crane. MOVIE: Indian Fighter, p.m., Ch. 7: Kirk Douglas 'stars as a go-between for angry Sioux Indians and a wagon- load of settlers. WEDNESDAY INTERVIEW: Women's Liberation, a.m., Cli. 13: Pierre Berton talks with religious leaders about the roles assigned to women in churches. MOVIE: Desire, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper star in a 1936 drama abcut an American, vacationing in Spain, who falls in love with a notorious jewel-thief. MOVIE: The Deadly Decoy, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A secret agent investigates a planned political assassination. With Roger Dumas. SPORTS: Baseball, s Ch. 7: TlVe Pittsburgh Pirates meet the Montreal Expos. CJOC' News Five Minutes To The Hour Wlhr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT NEWS, Sporls News, Sporls Phoru Bill Show Paul Tivldi Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden Galloping Gourmel WEDNESDAY Probe 1230 3-30 Jim Elliol Show Farm Paul Tivjdar Wayne Barrv allo JacK ThVS Counlry Music News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT 5: DO News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson CHEC Wthr., Sporls Slock Markel Report Woman's World Jean Pauiey Commenls Way I Sec n Bulletin Board communily WEDNESDAY CaVlle Run Slone Veryl Todd Farm Show Jean Pauiey News, Sporls, Wlnr. Commenls The Way I See It Caravan on the Half Hour News, Wthr., Sporls Farm News, Slocks CHEC-FM WON. THRU FR1. News Fifleen minutes lo The Hour a.m. Larry Donahue John David Horn Larry Donahue The diner Sldi Tom Milchell Shawn Kelley CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World Bf Six The Happy Time Guest Appearance Operas We Like Tuesday Nigh I An Evening or Opera National News week Thealre Glenn Gould Eye Opener News Sports Rev. BUI Porlrm World at EigM Commentary Morning Concert ___ Galloping Gourmet Adualily Gerrusi! BBC News Nathan Weather News Chroniclt Matinee Cdn. Short Siorlca Digging the Past High Noon Four for Forty Enlre Nous Personality Atternoon Concert Bestwcty Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUE! SOLID STATE STEREO Fully trnnsiiforizid 6 push button control Tuner Provision for tape input and output SAVE AT ONLY...... 229 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thurtday and Friday nigthsl TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5lh St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Movie: Luncheon Dalt Indian Fighler lc) WEDNESDAY Pimiochio Cartoon Party AAr. Dressnp Ed Allen Morning News TUESDAY NIGHT HR Pufnsluft (c) Tcloprobe 7 Movie: Ghost end Mrs. Muir Happy Days (c) McQueen (c) The Bold Ones (c) Friendly. Gianf (c) This Land of Ours Chez News (c) Our Town 7 News Movie; Desire Tahe 30 Edge of Nlghl (c) Galloping bourmel Odyssey (c) Baseball: Pills, at CFCN-TV Lelhbriclge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT News The Besr of Berlon A-.3Q Wynne's Pad (c) News fc) Pcylon Place Flinlslones (c) Edgar Wallace Romper Room Hick Van Dyke Today Lucy Show (c) The Honrjymooners Universlly o( the Buckshot 1C) News (C) Air Movie: Deadly Eddie's Falhcr (cj WEDNESDAY Detoy Mod Squad (c) f v, Magislrate's Courl Everlcy Drainers Thought (or Day People In Contlicl (c) Universily ol Air Doclor's Diary c Dcparlmenl 3 (c) Smarl Alec (c) (c) Our World (c) Today (c) Wynne's Pad (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Jcannie (c) Debbie Reynolds (c) Julia (c) Movie: TBA News Tonlghl Show WEDNESDAY Today Show c The Doctors c Today in Monlana Anolhcr World sale of ihe Century Edge of Night c Hollywood Squares Gomer Pyle c 9.00 Jeopardy c 1-30 Mike Douglas c Who, What, Where Andy GriKitn Game News Anolher World Somerset c World Turns c Our Lives c Cronkile News e Lucille Ball NBC Nighlly NfiW3 (C) Nefli c The Vlrglnhn (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) Llnfcleller Movie: Island In Jack Lalanne (c) i-in i ftV0 l< Hfttnv The Sun (c) Bewitched 1.30 Love Is a Many Movie: Woman's World Splendored Thing Tho Love War Dcsl ul Everything General Hospital Marcus Wclay A World Apart c Dark Shadows TV-S News Mcrv Grillin WEDNESDAY News All My Children Make a Dsai Newlywcd Gd Dating Game Secret Storm c Cepl. Kangaroo c One Life to Livt That Girl Galloping Gourmet TV-5 News Where's Huddles Corner Pylc Hoqan's Hero" (c) Movie Column Goldie Wants Nude Scene Toned Down HOLLYWOOD (AP) Goldie Hawn has decided to ask the producer to cut some of the foo- tage of her nude backside in her second movie. The tousled blonde Oscar win- ner of Cactus Flower co-starred wilh Peter Sellers in There's a Girl in My Soup, filmed in Lon- don, "It took a lot of talking to get me to do the Goldie re- ported. "I'm not with anyone in it; I've slept alone. I get out of bed and put on a robe. 'We discussed it and we said, 'Of course, this is a very free character and she wouldn't sleep with hep clothes oil.' It's beautifully shot, through a cur- tain, and not blatant. 'But seeing the rushes did something to me. i saw it wasn't as necessary as I thought. I'm going to ask if it can be toned down a bit. 'I don't think I'll ever do an- Miss Hawn said of nude scenes. Goldie was back for a one- shot return to Rowan and Mar- tin's Laugh-In, from which the giggling zany cupcake sprang to movie stardom. In the segment, taped for NBC-TV ail-ing Sept. 26, Dan Rowan introduces her as "still the same sweet, lovable, simple Goldie Hawrj." Heralds' trumpets blast and Goldie marches in wearing a crown, carrying her Oscar as a scepter. Page boys unroll a red sweep it with a broom ahead of her. KEEPING BUSY Besides that show, Miss Hawn has ahead her a television special, Pure Goldie, a Las Vegas appearance and, a year hence, a movie version of the stage comedy Butterflies Are Free. "Oh, dear, my We is so packed full of ex- claimed Goldie, who once ran a dance studio in her native Washington, B.C., and stepped into Laugh-In from television's short-lived Good Morning, World. Goldie played the dumb Monde on Laugh-In, but she doesn't talk dumb. On leaving that show: "If we don't grow we become stifled, and that's the worst thing in the world for a pel-son." What's the Oscar done for her? "Personally? Nothing. But it's a lovely thing to feel accepted jy a certain group. The fact they respect your talent gives you a nice feeling. ;But it hasn't made me feel more capable than belore. You don't change. But the people around you begin to relate to you differently. Campus Liquor Outlet Sought WINNIPEG (CP) Univer- sity of Manitoba students' union will apply lo the Mani- toba liquor control commission for a liquor outlet on campus. The application, to be heard by the commission Monday, asks permission to provide a 100-seat beer and wnie outlet. Support for the application has been given by Fort Garry council. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Diql-A-T bought 327-4581 "They show different emo- tions. S'omc are hostile, some are impressed. There arc smart lovely people who say: 'You've brought a lot of joy into our home.' "There are people who feel in- adequate, and people who use you. I know what 1 am. How anybody else relates to me is their thing. "We have a few gccd friends, and thank God for them." "We" includes her director- husband, Gus Trikonis. At their Studio City home h a t 's where I'm the plants flowers, dusts the man- telpiece Oscar and knits a baby blanket. Baby blanket? "It's for a girl Goldie giggled. GOLDIE HAWN Backside Exposed Need More Plants In Pacific Area SEATTLE (AP) The North west, with the lowest power re serves in the United States could face a serious power shor tage in the next five years, Johi Nassakis, Federal Power Com mission chairman, said here. More power plants, he added will be needed to meet both pri vate and industrial needs. Nassakis and members of the FPC will tour Washington state and Oregon for the next few days to examine sites for by droelectric, steam and nuclear power plants. A power reserve of 15 to 20 per cent is needed for an area the size of the northwest, bu tlie FPC says the current re serve is only 4.4 per cent. How Western Dancers sweep Classes TORONTO (CP) Contest ants from Western Canada swept all classes in the na- tional highland dancing com- petition at the Canadian Na tional Exhibition. In the juvenile event 12 and under the winner w a s Kelti MacLaehlan of Calgary, while Glenda Gergnsr of Winnipeg won the junior class 15 ant under and Delma Hutchison, also cf Winnipeg, came first in ihe seniors 16 and under 18: The cpen class winner wa, Mary Margaret McMillan of Vancouver. NAME ORIGIN The Union Jack received its name from ils use on the jack- staff of naval vessels. Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Hawaiians" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Beneath Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Death of a Gunfighter" "Loves of Isadora" One Complete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD" in color, slarring Julie Christie, Terence Stamp and Peter Finch. Tues- day and Wednesday, September 1 and 2. Tuesday show al p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Errmress Theatre "WHAT KVER HAPPENED TO AUNT In color, starring Geraidint? Page ami Rulh Gordon. Tues- day and Wednesday, September 1 and 2. Tuesday show at pjn. Adult. RIVER Sunlnnd Theatre "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN" in color, slarring Roy Thinncs, Ian Ilendry and Patrick Wymarlc. Tuesday and Wednesday, September I and 2. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FLARE UP" in Metrocolor, starring Raquel Welch and Jamns Slacy. Tuesday, September J. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Big Double Feature Program "BONNIE AND CLYDE" in color, starring Warren Beatly and Faye Dunaway pins "BULLJTT" in color, starring Steve McQueen. Tnss- day, September I. One complete show at p.m. Increased admission. Adult. Gel more oul of life Take the family lo n movie ever, agreements rath neighbor- ing regions raise Ibe current ca- pacity to 20 per cent. The present shortage is blamed primarily on a light snowpack last winter and rela- tively light rainfall during the spring and summer. The Colum- bia River recorded one oi the lowest flows on record in 1970. Coal and Oil Shortages May Cause Blackouts WASHINGTON (CP) An or ganizalion o f publicly-ownci electric utilities lias asked Pros ident Nixon lo impose ralioninj and price controls on fuel oi and coal to meet what it term :lhe critical shortage and rap idly escalating prices of fuels.' The American Public Powe Association concerted that siicl needed actions would be. "dis tasteful." The association, which repre sents local publicly-ownci electric utilities, also urged i its letter an anti-trust investiga tion-of the concenlralion of own ership of competing fuels. The letter sent to the presi dent during the weekend wa signed by Alex Kadin, APPA general manager. Regardin; the alleged anti-competitive feet of the broad ownership o energy source, he wrote: "Since 1965, the nation's larg est oil company, S'tandard Oi Co., of New Jersey, has becomi one of the two largest holders o coal reserves and in the las five years most of the country' major oil companies have ac quired significant holdings in every fuel." Radin said coal and oil shor tages threaten Lo cause electri blackouts and brownouts along with higher rales this winter un less "drastic, prompt action" i: taken. He urged establishment of i system of allocation of scarci fuels, especially coal and o: and the use of existing presiden tial authority to impose prici Oil Demand High KERHVILLE, Tex. (AP) Independent oil men in Texas said here the state has reach- ed its capacity of oil produc- tion and a price increase is essential to encourage new ex- ploration and recovery. Asserting that the United States is confronted with a se- rious fuel crisis, they voted to seek a price increase of crude oil in "the interest of national security" and to meet growing U.S. demands. And, they said, the "most practical alternative" to the proposed increase is "gov- ernment help." Some preferred "government subsidy." That was the lone of a resolu- ilon hammered out amid much controversy'at a meeting of the executive committee cf the Texas Independent Petroleum and Royally Owners Associa tion. A sudden upsurge in d.emanc for U.S. oil has slnick because of the Middle East troubles ant the cost of transporting around the Cape of Good Hope Mideast oil now is more expen sive delivered to the East Coas than U.S. oil. 100 Copies plus tax 126? Third Aye. S. lelnhridge The East Lethbridge Rotary Club's 6th ANNUAL INDOOR HORSE SHOW Thurs., Fri.. Sat., Sept. 10-11-12 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION 3 evening ihowi p.m., Saf. Matinet p.m. EVERY SHOW DIFFERENT Tickets on sale in the Paramount Thealre Lobby Evenings SI.75 And Sal. Malinee NOW SHOWING 7.-00 and p.m. The Funniest Comedy Since "MASH" "The audience who loved "Dirty Dozen" will find "Kelly's Heroes" equally to their liking...Donald Sutherland is hilariously freaky! -CUB MGM DONALD SUTHERLAND CLINT EASTWOOD TELLY SAVALAS DONRICKLES ADULT Matinee At p.m. OLLEGE INEMA COLUGEMAU 328-6300 TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY Q "Planet Of The Apes'was only the beginning., WHAT LIES BENEATH MAY BE THE END! FAMILY 2 Shows at and p.m. controls on coal and oil. Traditionally Nixon has been opposed to all forms of wage- price controls. Kadin said there has been "little or no improvement in the coal situation" and a worsening situation in oil and natural gas supply and price since the APPA first called the presi- dent's attention lo sharply in- creased prices and decreased coal supply on March 23. The alternative lo price con- trols on oil and coal, Radin said is "unrestrained price goug- he said Is "far more onerous, and more dan- gerous (o Hie economy." He said it seems inconceivable thai Ihe cost of producing coal and oil have ri'jen as much in recent monllis as the prices [or thcso fuels. COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO S TV 302 13th SI. N. G, HHONt 71100 REEN tfCRES LAST TIME TONIGHT 'THE LOVES OF ISADORA' In Technicolor Vanessa OF A GUNFIGHTER' In Color Richard Widmark Lena Home WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Mil JHlOTOCK EXPOSES TJ5EMOST EXPLOSIVE SFY SCANDAL OF IEFS CESTLW! EFRED HUMS mmmm-mmmwm GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT B P.M. STARTS TOMORROW 0 cwema STILETTO grabs you and never lets go... Harold Bobbins' Restricted Adult 0 U) sybarites do what they pi know P and Adventures i JOSEPH JVCO Jj ALEX CORD BRITTEKLAND BARBARA .COLOR LAST TIMES TONIGHT CO'LOR 'HAWAIIANS' COLOR WITH CHARITON HCSTON ;