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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: The Proud Ones, C p.m., Cli. 7: A marshal confronts an old antagonist who has arrived in town with gunmen and gambling equipment. Stars Robert Ryan and Jeffrey Hunter. MOVIE: Five Weeks in' a Balloon, 6 p.m., Cli. 9: Hed Button stars in an adaptation of Jules Verne's story about an English adventurer who sets off for Africa in a giant balloon. MOVIE: The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, 8 p.m., Cli. 13: Don Knotts, as a timid reporter, is ordered to spend a night alone in a haunted house. VARIETY: Here Come the Stars, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: The last show of this summer series features guests Bing Cros- by, Dorothy Lamour, Plu'l Harris and Rich Little. MOVIE: The Naked and the Dead, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: An adaptation of Norman Mailer's war novel set in the south Pacific. Stars Aldo Ray and Cliff Robertson. MOVIE: Me and the Colonel, p.m., Ch. 13: A gentle Jew and an anti-Semitic Polish colonel are forced to join up in order to survive the Nazi invasion of Paris. Stars Danny Kaye and Curt Jurgens. MOVIE: Kiss the Girls and Alake lliem Die, p.m., Ch. 7: An industrialist plans to master the world by sterilizing mankind. With Mike Connors SATURDAY SPORTS: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11: Final-round action in the U.S. Men's Amateur Championship, from Portland. NATURE: Klnhanic, p.m., Ch. 7: A visit to the George C. Reifel Waterfowl Sanctuary on Westham Island near Vancouver. SPECIAL: Little League World Series, Ch. 13: Lethbridge came close to appearing in this cham- pionship game, which pits a New Jersey team against one from California, the finalists from among teams. d by tht and Any varinlien in program ichvdwlM B (fiongsi by Dationi and not tht iDonitbility Th. Hirold Biitwoy cjoc News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT world al Six Market Report Paul Tividar Rob Ingram Terry Lurnsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CBC News Church Bulletin CHEC Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys Show News News News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Larry Donahue News, Stocks The Other Side Dinner Showcase Tom Mitchell Back to the Bible Shawn Kelley Voice of China World Tomorrow SATURDAY Ben Pederson a.m. Ron Stone a.m. Farm Show News fifteen minutes to Major News the hour. News Monday thru. Friday Brent Pedersen a.m. Larry p.m. Farm Show Donahue News a.m. John David Showtima Horn Caravan News, Sports and Weather SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. a.m. The Other Side a.m. Larry Donahue John David Horn Tom Mitchell Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT WeeJc Morning Concert Tempo Theatre Alarm Clock World aT six Teen Clefs Action Set The Happy Time Music Past Mid- High Noon Making It night Major Country Peter Martin's SATURDAY Sound of Britain' Orchestra Eys Opener Alberta Derby Radio Free Friday News, Sporis High Country Five Nig his a Rev. Bill Portman South Alberta Page Bestway Saves You Money Every Day of The Week! SUPER VALUE! SOLID STATE STEREO 5 Fully transistorized 6 push button control C Tuner Prevision for tape input and output SAVE AT ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nigthsl TELEVISION 10 FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Quick Draw Mceraw (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: The Proud Ones Here Come the SATURDAY Stars c Pinnochio Movie: News Teleprobe 7 IhJO Movie: Kiss Ihe Girl and Make Thorn Die Movie: Naked and the Dead Baseball Sports Week (c) Wrestling A Company of Players Hi Diddle Day (c) :30.K1aharle (c) The Tall Men (c) Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Nowi Lassie (c) Wynne's Pad (eJ Mews (c) Animal World c 5-00 Flfntsfones (c) 'Vlovic: Secret of Dick Van Dyke JMO University of Air Wrcslllng F-rom the Sidelines Kiddies on Ksmera News (c) SATURDAY From Gentry t (c) Thought for Day Sports Digest (c) Movie: The Ghost Underdog (c) Sports Hot Seat (c) Mr- Cnickcn Uncle Bobby (c) Wide World-of F.B.I. (c> Joe 90 (c) Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY NBC Nighlly Here Comes the News c Grump Hillbillies Dastardly and Movie: Five Weeks Muftley c in a Balloon (c) Wacky Races Ironside (c Banana Splits News c Flinlstones TonlgnJ Show Th9 Monkees Penelopei Pifsfcp Superman c Johnny Quest c Baseball Bugs Bunny (c) High Chapa-rai NBC Nightly News Green Acres (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ctblevfsion Ch. II) FRIDAY NIGHT Merv Griffin Animal World (c) SATURDAV He and She (c) nn DAY Brady Bunch (c) Gulliver Comedy Preview Smokey Bear Eddie's Father (c) Callanooqa Cats Ghost and Mrs. Hot Wheels Muir fc) Hardy Boys That Girl (o Sky Hawks Love American Stand Saturday Matinee c Golf: Dow Jones Open (c) Wide World of Sports (Cl Roger Mudd News Flying Nun (c) Let's Make.A Deal Style (c) Newi George of Junglt Get together Newlywcd Garni American Band Lawrcnct Wclk j-voni Friday, September 4, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Retired French General Dies PARIS (AP) Retired Gen. Pierre Koonig, chief of staff of the Free French forces during the Second World War and a former defence minister, died during the night after an opera- tion, his family said today. He was 72. fie was a deputy in the Na- tional Assembly from 1351 to 1858 and served as defence min- ister under two governments. JN AMONG the numerous TV reruns and specials next week will arrive at least two prime-time season openers: lied Skcllon Show on Tuesday, in a new half-hour format and blessed with the presence of U.S. Vive-President Spiro Ag- and Kowan and Martin's Langh-In on Friday. Both shows are on CJLH, Channe 7. This is the week to grab las looks at old shows Bonanza Gunsmoke unbelievable as sounds, reruns of some SU1V MER shows, such as the emin ently forgettable although in forgivable, Everly Brothers. At least 18 new prime tim shows will arrive in the nes ;hree weeks on the two loca channels, CFCN (Channel 13 and CJLH. CFCN's new shows include Nashville North a Cana dian produced show slarrin fan (but not an saddled with the season's mos mincing title. for the ineyii able, about a squad of scientist heroes in the 1980s who inves tigate sightings. Barefoot in the Park a adaptation, with black stars, o Neil Simon's comedy about tw newlyweds in New York. Here Come the 70s Dougla; Leiterman's Americanized loo] at world events, as a follow-up to the Fabulous Sixties. Mary Tyler Moore Die! Van Dyke's former TV wife stars as an unmarried TV studio receptionist. Mall Lincoln Vince Ed wards, who drifted into limbc after Ben Casey, passes up thi stethoscope for the couch: 'ae' a community psychiatrist who runs a clinic and a "crisis in tervention" hotline. New shows on CJLH are: The Partridge situ ation comedy with Shirley Jones, five children and, oi course, a scruffy dog. Telescope 71 Keli Cavan- augh, formerly of CTV's Wo hosts a revamped public affairs- interview version of Telescope under the watchful eye of Flet- cher" Markle. Store Front Lawyers Three law students make like Robin Hood, using the fees from rich law firm to help needy clients. Tuesday Night CBC's pub- lic affairs show, .Thursday night, two days earlier. W. Somerset Maugham BBC-produced one-hour dramas based on the British author's works. Canadian Drama Drama, documentaries, music specials (including Canada's first rock- ballet, Ballet all prod- uced by the CBC. This Land broadened ver- sion of This Land of Ours, hon- ing in on Canadians in their na- tive surroundings. Interns Brorlerick Craw- ford of Highway Patrol heads a medical show which delves into the lives of doctors and nurses, rather than emphasiz- ing their patients' problems. Rainbow Country Singer Wally Hosier arrives in a supporting role in this CBC- produced, 20-part series, set in Ontario, which some thought would never, ever be finished. Nine on Sunday comedies, ronto recently doing prelimin- ary work on a Citristmas Fan- tasy show. The program will a decade for the Yates to be built. The mind boggles at how long it would take for a larger be taped in a CTV studio for centre to see the light of day showing on the CBS-TV and Jazz musician Gerry Mulli- variety, rock shows, plus Cor- i hence the CBC. These co-pro-1 gan and his actress-wife Sandy win and The Manipulators, ail i ductions get a bit confusing CBC-producefi. Mission: Impossible, dropped by CJLH but1 to be seen this sea CFCN has also added new i son on KRTV (Cable Channel shows to its morning line-up, j 9) will dispense with the self- The Trouble. With Tracy i destructing tape message and A CTV-National General Tele- the selection of the week's her- vision co-production, filmed in oes from a batch of pictures, the Toronto CFTO studio and based on the Easy Aces radio series, about a couple of mad- Dennis plan to move to Wind- sor, Out., because of problems in the U.S. social Re nowned Canadian actress Fran- ces Hyland will direct Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, plus appear in another play, both for Theatre Calgary cap newlyweds, Diane Nylandj Festival promised to be a good i reason for turning the set off A successor to Blackfoot Radio CJLH's introduction last Mon- reporter Louis Soop is expect- day night of a Charlie Chan and Steve Weston. Another World An NBC early, but actually the movie soap opera. reruns are a nice change, from Famous Jury Trials The i the bloody, psychology-ridden title tells all. detective movies of today. (These three shows will re- j The station is to run the 1930s place Magistrate's Court, Peo- series, with Warner 01 and, pie in Conflict and Doctor's and the 1940s series, with Sid- DiaryJ j ney Toler, probably for the next Marc's Music Shop A chil-: three months, dren's show on Saturdays with None of the characters me in Toronto folksinger Marc Stone a Belter of blood. As a matter offering the concepts of music for the five-to-10 year crowd. Wide World of Fashion From Vancouver, a daily 30- minute show which will instruct us all on how to be well- dressed, beautiful, poised and sophisticated. (Oh, yah.) CJLH is still wondering what he Canadian Radio-Television Commission is planning for Sesame Street. Until the com- mission stipulates whether the LF.S.-produced children's educa- ional show is to be counted as xjreign or neutral program- ming, CJLH's total schedule is uncertain. Boh Johnson, production manager, said if the CRTC ac- counts Sesame as foreign fare, t will cut tlie station's Cana- dian content below the allow- able 55 per cent. In such a case, he CBC network might run it, but CJLH would not be able to >ick it up. It would be a tough stroke for loth southern Alberta and MLH if S'esame Street isn't al- owed. It has garnered more praise and prestige than any ither similar program. It seems unfair the CRTC hould be mulling the thing tver at this time of year when lie station is trying to crystal- ize its new schedule Meanwhile, CFCN, now en- ering its third year in Leth- ridge, has named former pro- uction manager Stan Bates s acting manager. Former manager Vic Sdiafer is taking p residence in Medicine Hat. The station thus far has had new manager every year.) About two months ago Eileen legieneman was named as xecutive producer. ft NOTES: Who said the U.S.- anadian cultural influence is one-way street? Next Thurs- ay KFBB (Cable Channel 11) ill show CFCN-Calgary's spe- ial on the Calgary Stampede CFCN-Lethbridge's daily lorning Today Show will be e-named In Conversation d Sullivan, starting his 24th ear with CBS-TV, was in To- of fact, they die like gentle- men: off the screen. And Chan doesn't have a beautiful babe stashed away in his Oriental pad (as in It's all very English, neat, tidy, with the murderer's mo- tives unencumbered with too much love for his mother or fear of his father. One has the suspicion five minutes after the murders are solved, everyone straightens his Eton tie and moves to the parlor for tea and a spot of gossip. ITEMS: The Allied Arts Council hoped to sponsor an appearance in the fall of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. How- ever, the Capitol Theatre, :old by Lcthbridgc Theatres Ltd., is being stripped of its theatre trappings, and the Yates Mem- orial Centre has too few seats. The Paramount stage presum- ably is too small. Thus the company will not include Leth- bridge in its tour. It took about ed to be named next Friday. Mr. Soop has taken over as manager of the Standoff Super- ette grocery store Lelh- hridge Musical Theatre's fall production of My Fair Lady goes into full rehearsals next Tuesday LMT will prob- ably be disappointed at the local backing of the summer musical Your Own Thing. Most of the four performances play- ed to audiences of fewer than 100 persons. Tis a shame. Al- though the production wasn't great, the play was worth see- ing. Wilder Named By Dealers In Investments TORONTO fCP) W. P. Wilder, president of Wood Gundy Securities Ltd. Toronto, has taken over the duties of the president of the Investment Dealer's Association of Can- ada. Mr. Wilder succeeds W. E. Thomson of Pemberton Securi- ties Ltd., Vancouver, who is relinquishing tiie position due to ill health. COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Sleeping Beauty" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Sleeping Beauty" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Savage Land" "Winning" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Sleeping Beauty" "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Stiletto" ,ast Complete Show iiaUtrdaj' Short Subjects ''Kelly's 'Stiletto" TONIGHT and SAT. 2 DELUXE SHOWS AT AND P.M. JBifHtlME j-AVCO EMBASSY r RESTRICTED ADULT STARTS DRIMK THE WATER" MONDAY JACKIE GLEASON ESTELIE PARSONS in NOW SHOWING I at and p.m. HELD OVER THRU TUES. "Mash was a Kelly's Heroes is the talk of the town. Another smash for Donald Sutherland." "The audience who loved "Dirty Dozen" will finrl "Kelly's Heroes" equally to their lihing...Donald Sutherland is hilariously freaky! -cue SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A TIME FOR GIVING" In color starring Kim Darby. Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "BIG MOUTH" in color starring Jerry Lewis. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CHANGE OF color. Starring Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler Moore. Friday and Saturday. September 4 and 5. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Sat- urday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "GRAND PRIX" In Metrocolor. Starring James Garner and Jill St. John.Jriday and Saturday, September 4 and S. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE" In color. Star- ring Maggie Smith. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Septem- ber 4, 5 and 6. Friday show at p.m. 'Adult. Special Satuiday afternoon matinee at p.m. "MONEY JUNGLE" In color. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BUTCH C'ASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In color. Starring Paul Newman, Katherino Ross and Robert Bedford. Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5. Fri- day shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "THE QUICK GUN" In Technicolor. Starring Audie Murphy. Family. TABER Sky Vue "AFRICA, TEXAS STYLE" In color. Stan-ing Hugh O'Brian and John Mills. Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. Special Holiday show Sunday, September 6 at a m. "PARADISE, HAWAIIAN STYLE" in color, starring El- vis Presley. Plus selected short features. Family. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russel and Caesar Romero. Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. In- creased admission. Family. Get mere out of life tht family lo o movit REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB Polish Hall Sat., Sept. 5 p.m. Musk by "THE SWING KINGS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Phone 327-1448 RUSS, HOLLY and PEGGY "The Country Three" ENTERTAINING THURS., FR1., SAT., SEPT. 3-4-5 TAVERN The Lethbridge Hotel KARREN (Baldry) RUNQUIST SCHOOL of BATON Lessons Will Commence SEPTEMBER 5, 1970 P.M. SUSIE BAWDEN SCHOOL 9TH AVE. 5. Register by phoning 328-6116, 327-1892, or 327-7543 Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT Tonight "JUST US" Saturday "THE SHAMEN" p.m. lo 1 ADMSSION Sl.OO Glen's DEN (Downstairl South Side Entrance) Refreshmonfs and Food Available! DONALD SUTHERLAND CLINT EASTWOOD TELLY SAVALAS DON RICKLES ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Melrocolar CONTINUOUS SHOWS MONDAY FIRST SHOW AT P.M. GPHONI 7UOO iy REEN ACRES PKlYEMIN .JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIPHT, SAT, and SUN. pniiii nEiumnn jonnnE UIOODIURRD ROBERT LURCHER Gates p.m. 'Show p.m. PICTURE TECHNICOLORVPANAVISION1 .Js mmmsi HIT 'SAVAGE LAND7 Tonc NO. 2 INEMA NOW SHOWING TONITE AT AND P.M. MATINEE FRIDAY AT P.M. SAT. FIRST SHOW AT P.M. ABLAZE WITH WONDERS! AGLOW WITH ENCHANTMENT' WAIT DISNEY'S imf NOTE "Sleeping Beauty" wili also it show at the Paramount Theatre Sat. J One show only at 2.15 p.m. College J Cinema continuous from 1 p.m. Doers open 12.30 p.m. ;