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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: Boy. Gcl lllc C p.m., Ch. 7: A 1966 Bob Hope comedy, with Phyllis Diller and Bike Summer. MOVIE: Sole Survivor, G p.m., Ch. 9: An air force team investigates the causes of a plane crash in the Libyan desert during the Second World War. Stars Vince Edwards and Richard BasehaTt. SPECIL: The Unseen World, 6 p.m., Cli. 11: A look at the unseen world which surrounds man the solar system via a telescope, and cellular components, through a rnictoscope. SPECIAL: Bobbie Gentry, 7 p.m., Cli. of a Gentry special, with guests Bobby Goldsboro, Rick Nelson and Canada's Sugar Shoppe., RETURN: Rowan and Alartin's Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Opener of the fourth season of the sock-it-to-me comedy series, with returnees Ruth Buzzi Henry Gibson, Arte Johnson, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin and Gary Owens. MOVIE: A Guide for the Married Man, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Walter Matthau stars in a 1967 farce centering on a husband's eternal question: to play or not to play around. With Inger Stevens. SPECIAL: Harry and Lena, 8 p.m., Cli. 9: Rerun of an acclaimed music show starring Harry Belafonte and Lena Home. MOVIE: The Hanging Tree, 9 p.m., Cli. A frontier doctor and a Swiss girl defy tough hombres in a Montana mining camp. Stars Gary Cooper and Maria Schell. SATURDAY SPOUTS: Baseball, a'.m., Ch. 7: A National League game between either, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Chicago Cubs, or the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets. SPECIAL: George p.m., Cli. 9: A re-creation of the Broadway musical based on the life of the famed Yankee-Doodle-Dandy man. Stars Joel Grey. LISTINGS Programs mrt lilted by radio and television ilationt. Any voncitien in program idiedulH n minuls enangei by itoiioni end It no! iporu.bilily of Hirold Btitway Til CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys brtow News News FRIDAY NIGHT World al Six Market Report Paul Tlyidar Rob Ing'ram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CBC Nevvs Church Bulletin CHEC VIIHV News on the Hour Sporfs on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT a.m. John Farm and Ranch The Way 1 See It Horn Review Dinner Showcase Larry Donahue Weather Farm and Ranch The Other Side Major N Review Tom Mitchell Sack to the Bible Shawn Kelley Voice of China World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM Bruce rucr CM FM Potpf Sports Major News SATURDAY News fifteen minutes to the hour, a.m. The Other Side SATURDAY Breakfast with Major News Farm and Ranch Review Weather Side News fifteen minutes lo Total Information a.m. Larry the hour. Major News Donahue Monday thru Friday Morning Melodies John David Horn a.m. Larry Date with Tom Mitchell Donahue Bruce Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Week Morning Concert Tempo Theatre Alarm Clock World at SIX Teen Clefs (Repeat) Action Set The Happy Time Music Past Mid- High Noon Making It night Major Country Peter Marlin'i SATURDAY Sound of Britain Orchestra Eye Opener1 Alberta Derby Radio Free Friday News, Sports High Country Five Nights a Rev. Bill Portman South Alberta Page Don't Miss Our Greatest Ever FALL CLEAROUT SALE Now in full swing offering great savings like these Coffee Table and End Tables Eoch 9.95 5-Piece Kitchen Suites......49.95 19-Inch RCA Portable TV. Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday mgths! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4ih Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) Baseball FRIDAY NIGHT News Spiderman Telcprobe Telcprobe 7 Movie: Movie: Boy Did I Anna Lucasta (c) Laugh-In (c) Movie: The Hanging Tre "TURDAY Pinnochio Sports Week !c> Wrestling TV Dinner Diddle Day (c) Klaharie (c) Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) News Joe 70 1C) Wynne's Pad (c) News (c) Lassie (c) s-nn i IMdOMovie: Animal World c 5.00 Flmtstones synanon Movie: From the Sidelines Today The Tin Star Honeymooners University ot Air Wrestling News (c) Thou9hl for DaV Kiddies on Kamera Gentry I Cc) SATURDAY SporTs Movie: A Guide for Thought for Day Sports Hot Seat (c) the Married Mon Underdog (c) Wide World of F.B.I, (c) Uncle Bobby (c) Sporfs {c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT NBC Nightly News News c Hillbillies Movie: The Sole Survivor (c) Lena and Harry Special News c Tonight Show SATURDAY Here Comes the Grump Dastardly and Mullley c Wacky Races Banana Splils Flintstoncs The Monkees Penelope Pitstop Superman c Johnny Ruesf c Baseball Bugs Bunny (c) High Chaparral 4-M NF1C Nightly News George M Special KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Griffin' Animal World (c) SATURDAY He and She (c) Gulliver Brady Bunch (c) Smokey Bear The Unseen World Cattanooga Cats Ghost and rV.rs, Hot Wheels Hardy Boys Sky Hawks George ot Jungle Get Together Muir (c) That Girl (c) Love American Style EC) News American Band Stand Saturday Matinee c Golf: Dow Jones Open (c) Wide World of Sporls (c) Roger Mudd News Flying Nun (c) Let's Make A Deal Mcwlvwed Game Lawrence VVelk 'oan VDowman, BETTING STRAIGHT (at the Paramount Cinema) has a lot going for it: one of Holly- wood's fastest rising stars in Elliott Gould, Candiee Ber- gcn's best performance to dale, and a subject student disen- chantment which is about as contemporary as a movie can get. More's the pity then, that the film is one long cop-out. The first quarter has some rattling good satire on student sexual and political rites, and on the high degreed pettiness which besets the groves of academia. But when the action comes, it's mazed by its reliance on paper thin characters and ledger-loads of debating points. Gould is Harry Bailey, a Vietnam veteran who's decided to try the straight life solid study, a masters in education, a teacher's certificate, and then the nurturing of child minds into the higher planes of intel- lectual truth. Where he once led Ban the Bombers, now he refuses to be- come entangled in the campus upheavals against the adminis- tration. But Harry is still the odd- man-out. He may be too old to fight the head man on the old student arguments, bul iie realizes only the names of the problems have been changed to protect his age. This time the fight is over a member's freedom to hold his own judgments on his special field of study. In one of best scenes in :he movie, Bailey riots against teachers testing him in a mas- ter's oral examination. One ex- aminer flays Bailey with an in- :erpretationj born of his own latent problems, that The Great Gatsby indicated homosexual- .ty on the part of F. Scott Fitzgerald. The scene depicts the tribal savagery which can occur among the highly educated who make judgments and then "prge them into mental protec- tion. The movie trundles out some amazingly tiresome lines: "It's not what you do that counts, t's what you are." Everyone seems pretty half- hecrled about the riots, perhaps because they are motivated by calchlincs rather than passion. And one student unconvincing- ly makes the big switch from dopc-leftism-rebellion to pro- Vietnam-mother-love as fast as he gets his hair cut. In one scene the movie lias Bailey, representing enlighten- ed, pro-student spectatsrs, ami Ihe university president, cham- pion of the over-30 liberals, having it out in an Etonian de- bate form, with loud voices am: a bit of sweat added to give it half-life. Elliott Gould, who has con- sistently played the round peg in a square world Hob and Carol and Ted and Alice) will probably surmounl the film because he does well in spite of the inferior mater- ial. But no actor should be askec to wade through so much of it. Finally and at last television is showing signs of life. This week's programs included at least three which would have been manna to the hungry dur- ing the long sojourn through summer. The first occurred Sunday on CTV's under-played, under-pub- licized Question Period which weekly throws a public person- age into the lion pit with three journalists. Last Sunday it was Senator Gratlan O'Lcary, a Progress- ive Conservative who sounded defensive about his party, but didn't leave much behind of the mass media but their epitaphs. The problem with news- papers, he said, is they don't know the meaning of words and are over-run by "middle-aged city editors" who never let the facts of a story get in the way of a flashy headline. Television news coverage is distorted and confusing, "and, my god, if there's one thing we don't need, it's confusion." Canadian magazines are not worth the cost of mailing. And the young "the dear :hings" after a few years in Ottawa are overwhelmed' with YOUTH BOWLERS REGISTER AT BOYS and GIRLS Y.B.C. School (All FRIDAY, Sept. 11.................. p.m. Y.B.C. Bantams SATURDAY, Sept. 12 a.m. Y.B.C. Juniors SATURDAY, Sept. 12 a.m. Y.B.C. Seniors SUNDAY, Sept. 13 p.m. Y.B.C. Young Adults SUNDAY, Sept. 13 p.m. If you cannot register at above dates PHONE CAPRI BOWL 328-4089 Registration Fee SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE McGREGORS" In color. Starring Fernando Sancho and Agatha Flory. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE CHRISTMAS TREE" in color starring William Holden and Virna Lisi. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "NORTH TO ALASKA" In color. Stan-ing John Wayne, Fabian and Capucine.. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday show at p.m. Family. PTTUBE RUTTE Cinema Theatre "HELL IN THE PACIFIC" In color. Starring Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Septem- ber 11, 12, and 13. Show each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CHISUM" In Technicolor. Stan-ing. John Wayne, Forest Tucker and Christopher George. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" in color starring James Stewart, John Wayne and Richard Widmark. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday show at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in Final Proargm ot the Season. "ELDORADO" In color. Starring John Wayne. Plus selected short features. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday show starLi at dust. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DARLING LILI" In color. Starring Julie Andrews and Rock Hudson. Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Satur- day Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "THE RELUCTANT color. Starring Donn Knotts. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie respect and fear of the political establishment. They don't understand the 'unction Parliament and they in the grand sweep "don't know what they're talking about." Senator O'Leary may have contradicted'himself on the PC party, but. it's too seldom view- ers get the chance to watch a tart tongue and crusty ap- approach at work. He was a welcome relief from .he suffering liberal tones of IBC commentators and inter- Then Tuesday came a superb documentary, A Day in the Life of the United States. What may have turned some }otential viewers away from :he close to two-hour special was the reception from KFBB- TV in Great Falls, It made watching the show like peering .hrough an anli-Resdan com- mercial. (The station is currently using a temporary antenna, but intends to have a brand new 540-foot one up and in use by Saturday.) For those who stuck with it. A Day in the Life was a tough, ret proud profile of America on July 20, 1S69. Aside from the fact Neil Armstrong was touching down on the moon, Americans were ;oing about their business in he usual manner: 18 marriages vithin 24 hours in a Las Vegas chapel; ghetto blacks speaking mangled form of English vhich only they could under- stand; ordinary homes under he control of the three Gener- als Electric, Foods and Motors; the strip-mining "mur- der of mountains." It took 33 film crews working imultaneously to capture the mndsome and the unholy of the American way of life. A Day in he Life was a classy, unsweet- ened portrait, and it's a must or viewers if it comes around again. Wednesday announced the 'unning of A Mad English Tea with Carol Channing, 1'Yed Mac-Murray aixi Art Car- ney. Although the crew bolster- ed by the presence of Sir John Gielgiul and Sir Ralph Richard- son couldn't master a satire of The Forslye Saga, the send- ups of the English were in the main good fun. NOTES: CFCN's T h c Cal- gary Stampede, shown Tues- day on Channel 13, was a fast- moving, competently handled co-production much aided by the presence of Gord Kelly who played second banana to host Arthur Godfrey. Godfrey is all folksiness and perpetual amazement, two qualities which were merciful- ly muted by Kelly's straight- forward information and light asides. a way to make a he said of the cow- boys.) Godfrey's presence in a com- mercial for Colgate tooth- paste which, defying science, is a "tooth toughcner" worked against the show, as did his over-stated remark that Kelly (seen last season in Lethbridge on the Calgary Today show) is the "most popular TV personal- ity in Canada." The shots of the parade, grandstand show, midway and the rodeo, from chuckwagon races to wild-cow milking were well done. However someone appears to have told CFCN that the slow-motion technique is a goody. Almost every event end- ed with slowed-up film, and it got to be predictable. HORSE SHOW TONIGHT SORRY FOLKS CLOSED TONIGHT GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Sept. 12th p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave and 6th St. N. Music by "FIORINO" MEMBERS AND GUESTS THE UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE STUDENTS' SOCIETY Present 'THE POINT OF INTEREST' AND -WE TWO' Friday, Sept. 11th at p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets Sold At The Door STUDENTS Sl.OO ADULTS 51.50 Friday, Soplcmber Ii, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Actor Files Damage Suit NEW YORK (AP) Actor Jack Palace has filed suit for damages for injuries lie says lie suffered in a fall during a television performance in a Toronto theatre three years ago. Palace named as defendants the Dan Curtis Organization Ltd., and the CBC. He alleged in the suit, filed in New York state Supreme Court, that he fell from a catwalk to a cement floor in a theatre at 354 Jarvis St., owned by CBC and leased to the Curtis firm, on Sept. 5, I9G7. The actor charged negligence and in court papers said the catwalk had no guards or bar- riers, constituting a "dangerous nuisance and trap." He said he had suffered serious internal in- juries and shock to his nervous system. The suit was revealed today when his lawyer sought a stale Supreme Court order to compel the CBC to accept a copy of the complaint through its New York legal representative. PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Kelly's Heroes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Getting Straight" Last Complete Show 9-25 COIXF.GE CINEMA Friday "Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico "Pufnstuff" Last Complete S'aow Saturday "Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" "Pufnstuff" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Closed Tonight FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 10 a.m. to 10" a.m. HELD OVER POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS "The audience who loved "Dirty Dozen" will find "Kelly's Heroes" equally to their liking...Donald Sutherland is hilariously freaky! -Cue LABOR CLUB SOCIAL EVENING Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Friday, Sept. llth --8.30 p.m. Music by "JUST US" COVER CHARGE Members and their invited guests COUNTRY THREE will be playing in the Clubrooms on Friday and Saturday evenings. Moke up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT Tonight "INTERNATIONAL SET" Saturday "THE CRYSTAL SOUL" DONALD SUTHERLAND CLINT EASTWOOD TELLY SAVALAS DON RICKLES Saturday First Show p.m. Box Office Opens p.m. Continuous TONIGHT and SAT. SATURDAY FIRST SHOW P.M. CONTINUOUS OLLECE IN EM A COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 'AVJizardoFOz- like A feature of family ertertainmtw' V n zaps the world l AIWERSAL PICTURE TECHNmCR' FAMILY SECOND FEATURE Fabray, of "BONANZA" iSf A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR1 9 p.m. (o I w.m. ADMSSION Sl.OO Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrants) Refreshments nnd Food Available) NOW SHOWING I p.m. Matinee Evening And p.m. Elliott Gould as a student activist get- ting involved in student campus riots and student unrest! "We had 'The Graduate'... here's the post-graduate! Elliott Gouid is RESTRICTED ADULT ELLIOTT GOULD CANDICE BERGEN ;