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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fTV HIGHLIGHTS; THimSDAY SPECIAL: 'J'hc lee People, p.m., Ch. 11: Eskimos in Alaska, Canada and Greenland try to cope with welfare town living and educational systems insensitive to their cul- ture. MOVIE: Run for the Sun, (i p.m., Ch. 7: A magazine writer and reporter are picked up by three mysterious men after they crash in1 the jungle. Stars Richard Widmark and Jane Greer. MOVIE: The Crooked Road, 6-p.m., Ch. 9: An Ameri- can journalist seeks to topple a Balkan dictator whose wife is the writer's former girl friend. Stars Robert Ryan and Stewart Granger. SPECIAL: A Cenc Kelly Revue, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: James Garner and Barbara Eden guest on a dance special built around the dancer-turned-director (Hello, SPECIAL: Friends, Romans, Countrymen, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A comedy written and produced by Wayne and Shuster about a family which tries In live a normal life amid Nero's Rome. With Jack Carter and Faye DeWitt. SPECIAL: Billy Graham, 8 -p.m., Ch. 9: Final high- lights of the evangelist's recent New York crusade. SPECIAL: Bold Men, p.m., Ch. 7: Van Heflin narrates a look at some dangerous jobs and hobbies, from snake trapping to jumping out of a plane without a parachute. FRIDAY INTERVIEW: Margaret Powell, a.m., Ch. 13: An hilarious interview with a former British kitchen maid who at 58 went back to school and has written three books. HO LISTINGS Programt Itjtfld by tht and ttkviiien stofieni. Any varwticn in program idiidulM N ta laih minula tnongci by Italian! and it not uibilirv Hirold B. it way TvUvii CJOC if News Five Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT Winnipeg Orchestra Communlly World at fi Paul Tlvidar Market Report News Rob Ingram Chamber Music Terry Lumsden Bulletin FRIDAY Probe 1220 MUSic Farm News, Weather News, Sports Phone Bill show Jack Thys Galloping Gourmet BulieTln Board Gardening Matinee CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports THURSDAY NIGHT Major News The Way t See It Slock MarKnt Dinner Showcase Report Farm and Woman's World Ranch Review Jean Pauley Back tn 'ihp Bible Comments Voice of China Farm Show Musical Interlude News, Sports, Wthr, World Tomorrow Cattle Prices Music CHEC-FM FRIDAY Breakfast wild Bruce Major -News Farm Show Tempo Jean Patiley Comments Stk. Mkt. Report Sports Major-News Weather on the Half Hour CHEC FM Monday Thru Priday News Fifteen Minutes to The Hour a.m. 1 Lary Donahue p.m. John David Horn p.m.-l p.m. Larry Donahue The Older Side p.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. Shawn .Kelley Total Information The Way I See It CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour THURSDAY NIGHT Five Nights A Galloping Gourmet BBC News Week 9-15 Gerrust! Weather Theatre News Canadian Roundup Cnamber Music Consumers Tempo CBC Winnipeg Orch Matinet Elements of Life Music 'Past Tempo Midnight World at Six. FRIDAY The Happy Time Eye Opener Between Ourselves News Thursday Music World at Eight National News Morning Concert Mr. Fixit Radio Noon Four for Forty Entre Nous Matinee Afternoon Concert Flight Log SAVINGS ARE GREAT AT BESTWAY'S FALL CLEAR-OUT SALE FEATURING GREAT BUYS LIKE THESE: 5-Piece Kitchen Suite... 49.95 Single Dresser........ 39.95 Open Til! 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Teieprobe 11-55 News Luncheon Oaie Mars Needs Women Part I My Three Sons Teleprobe 7 Movie: Run for the Sun (c) Friends, Romans and Countrymen Nature Bonanza ii Nit CBC News FRIDAY innochio Mr, Dressup Ed Allen Things Morning News Friendly Giant Chez Heleni Our Town lefhbridge Channel 13 THURSDAY NIGHT c Wynne's Pad (c) News (c) Flintstones (c) Movie: Dick Van Dyke Pot Carriers The Honeymooners Today News (c) Family Affair Englebert Humperdinck (c) Golddiggers (c) Mannix (c) Unlversily of Air FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Parlons Francais Smart Alec (c) Diamond Lil's (c) Today (c) Cartoon Party Movie: Valient take Thirty Edge of Night Gellcpirtg G'ourmet World of Man (c) Spiderman Teleprobe 7 iablevision Ch. 4) The Best of Serton Peylon Place Romper Room Lucy Show (c) Buckshot (c) Movie: Kitten With a Whip Magistrate's Court People in c onflkt Doctor's Diary c Cartoons (c) Wynne's Pad (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT Our World World Turns NSC Nightly News Today Show c Days of Our Lives News c Family Affair Movie: The Crooked Road Billy Graham News Tonight Show c FRIDAY Salute Agriculture Today In Montana The Doctors C Sale of Century c Another World c Hollywood Squares Edge of Niqhl c Jeopardy c Gomer Pyle'c' (c) Who, What, Whert Mike Douglas e Game Andy Griffith c News c Cronkife News c Another Lucy Show Somerset c NBC Nightly News KFBB-TV Great Falls, Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT Kangaroo c Secret Storm c Mod Squad Dinah's Place (c) One Live lo The Ice People (c) Jack Lalanne (c) Unkletter Bewitched c Bewitched Love is a Many Changing Scene c Woman's World Splendored Thing 8-00 fiimrv iMmrvuta Bcst of Everything General Hospilal 8.00 Calgary Stampede A World A rr, cy 2.30 Dark JV-S News All My Chfidicn Thai Girl Mcrv Gnlfin c Let's Make a Deal Galloping Gourmet FRIDAY Newlywed Gama TV-5 News Dating Gami Animal World Bob Hope Named Top Entertainer BOB HOPE LOS ANGELES (AP) Bob Hope has been named Enter- tainer of the Year by the members of the American Guild of Variety Artists. He will be presented with Georgie, a golden statuette named for the later entertainer George M. Cohan, on a special Ed Sullivan television show Sept. 20, AGVA President Danny Thomas said Monday. Other winners: male musical star, Tom Jones; female musi- cal Barbra Streisand; Alley Cat Hits Big Time LONDON (CP) Last year there was this alley cat scrounging bits from garbage cans and probably thinking: If this is life, who needs nine? Today she sports the name of Elinor Glyn and is about to star in a new show at the Royal Court Theatre, with a possible trip for a New York run in prospect. Black-and-white E1 i n o r 's Future Bright For Rapeseed Says Minister WINNIPEG (CP) Otto Lang, minister in charge of the Canadian. Wheat ;Board, today predicted a steady inc. ease in reduction and marketing of rapes.eed. "I look forward to tremen- dous activity in .h. -dling the crop efficiently and expedi- Mr. Lang said in opening the Thunder Bay rape- seed futures market on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. The new market adds the Lakehead port to Vancouver as a delivery point for futures trading, a reflection of grow- ing interest in the oilseed. Prairie farmers this year have grown about double the amount of rapeseed they did in 1969, many diverting former wheat lands to the oilseed. new market facility was an absolute essential if we hoped to sell the record 1970 rapeseed crop of 75 mil- to 80 million said exchange president J. E. McWilliam. Rapeseed oil is used as cook- Jig oil and in other food prod- ucts such as margarine and salad dressings. new career began when she was found by novelist Inez Holden, who named her after the other writer. Success came when the Royal Court Theatre adverr tised for a "genuinely tal- ented" cat to star in Cancer, Michael Weller's new Ameri- can comedy. Elinor walked off with the part against tough opposition. "She was perfect in re- what we a theatre official says. And Tuesday Elinor was knocking back celebration champagne as though it cream. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects 'Getting Straight" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Cockeyed Cowboys of Cali- co County" Puffnstuif" Last Complete S'iiow GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Viva Las Vegas" "Where Eagles Dare" One Complete Show male comedy star, Flip Wilson female comedy star Carol Bur- nett; musical group, Blood Sweat and Tears; rising slar, Mclba Moore; Novelty or circus act, the Flying Alexanders; ani- mal act, Tanya the Elephant; outstanding production, Radio City Music Hall. Royal Trust Co. Reduces Rale On Mortgages MONTREAL (CP) Hoyal Trust Co. announced Tuesday a reduction of one-quarter of one per cent ta the interest rate on mortgages for single-family homes. The new rate of 10% per cent is effective immediately. The company also announced that the rate on its five-year guaranteed investment receipts have been reduced to 8? cent from nine. 4 per VD PROBLEM GROWS WARSAW (AP) Doctors fear that venereal disease is reaching epidemic proportions "n Poland. Official statistics show new cases of sy- 3hilis last year, with 64 cases among children of 10 to 14. The ;otal was a 25-per-cent increase over the previous year. Most of :lie blame is attributed official- ly to prostitutes. Singei Hurt In Mishap With Door HOLLYWOOD (AP) Stag- er Delia Reese walked through a plate glass door at her home today and underwent several hour's of surgery for severe lac- erations, her manager said. A spokesman at the Univer- sity of California at Los An- geles Medical Centre said she was in satisfactory condition. Her manager, Lee Magid, said Miss Reese was entertain- ing at her Bel-Air home at the time of the accident. "Her face wasn't Magid said. "The cuts were on her legs and thighs." NUMIIEK VAKIHS September 10, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 CANNEKY The world's largest canneiy for pimento peppers is located in Griffon, Ga. The number of feathers on a sparrow varies from to ram .moo noiif c in REEN ACRES UKIVfc-IN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT FRI. and SAT. Silent Screen Star Dies At 85 MATAWAN, N..J. (AP) Laura S. Wolff, s'ar of the si- lent screen who as Laura Saw- yer was famed for her leading role in The Lighthouse Keep- er's Daughter, died in hospital here after a brief illness. She was 85 and was a lead- ing lady with the Edison Com- pany, founded by Thomas A. Edison. PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S s TV 302 13th St. N. HORSE SHOW TONIGHT TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT 'INTERNATIONAL SET" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NASHVILLE WITH MUSIC" in color with an all-star cast from The Country Music Capital of The World. Thursday, September 10. Show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" in color starring Dustin Hoff- man and Jon Voigt. Thursday, September 10. Shows at and p.m. Restricted adult 18 years and over. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WORTH TO ALASKA" in color starring John Wayne, Fabian, Stewart Granger and Capucine. Friday and Sat- urday, September 11 and 12. Friday show, at p.m. Family. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE KREMLIN LETTER" in color starring Richard Boone, Dean Jagger and George Sanders. Thursday, Sep- tember 10. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult 18 years and over. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln Final Show Of The Season "ELDORADO'1 in color star- ring John Wayne, plus selected short features. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 10, 11 and 12. Thursday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DARLING LILI" in color starring Julie Andrews and Rock Hudson. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 10, 11 and 12. Thursday shows start at and p.m. Adult. GDI more out of life Take Ihe family lo o mevle PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT 57 NUMBERS Letlibridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY -8 P.M, BOYS AND GIRLS! JOIN THE LETHBRIDGE KiWANIS BAND By FRANK HOSEK, Sr. BAND MASTER 503 15th St. S. Phone 327-4259 INSTRUMENTS LENT FREE START TODAY Musical Knowledge Not Necessary WE WIIL TEACH YOU! "tET THEM BLOW A HORN AND THEY WON'T BLOW A SAFE" LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING Friday, Sept. 11 til-8.30 p.m. Music by "JUST US" COVER CHARGE Members and their invited guests The COUNTRY THREE will be playing in the Clubrooms on Friday and Saturday evenings. MGM presents a jerry Gersnwin Elliott Kastner oicture starring Richard Burton Clint Eastwood Mary ure "Where Eagles Dare' Gates At p.m. Show At p.m. HIT NO. Panavisiorp ana Metrocoior S'Vivts Las TONIGHT thru SAT. POSITIVELY IAST 3 DAYS "Mash was a Kelly's Heroes is the talk of the town. Another smash for Donald Sutherland." I "The audience who loved "Dirty Dozen" will find "Kelly's Heroes" equally to their liking...Donald Sutherland is hilariously freaky! -Cue MGM Presents DONALD SUTHERLAND CLINT EASTWOOD TELLY SAVALAS DON RICKLES NOW SHOWING ClHGRlS I P.m. Matinee Evening And p.m. Elliott Gould as a student activist get- ting involved in student campus riots and student unrest! ...THE KIND OF FILM THAT MAKES GOOD FRIENDS AND LIVELY -ARCHER WINSTEN, NEW YORK POST "We had 'The Graduate'. here's the post-graduate! Elliott Gould is rVe.v, Cut HI; tint ADULT ELLIOTT GOULD CANDIGE BERGEN COLLEGE MALI PHONE 328-6300 Hength feature of family entertainment TONIGHT thru SAT. Friday Pufnstuf at p.m. Only. Cockeyed Cowboys At And p.m Jim Bacte Wally Cox- Mickey RooneyJack Cassidy SAT. BOX OFFICE OPENS 12 NOON-FIRST SHOW 12.30 P.M. CONTINUOUS ;