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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 14, 1970 THE IETKBRIDGE HERALD 5 [TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY DEBATE: Rabbi Mcir Kahane, p.m., Cli. 7: The director of the Jewish Defense League claims on Under Attack that Jews in America should be defended with force. DEBUT: UFO, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Opener of a British-made series about an organization in 1980 which investigates UFO sightings. With George Sewell and Ed Bishop. DEBUT: Nashville North, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Rising star Anne Murray sings her hit record, Snowbird, in the debut of a music series with Ian Tyson and the Great Speckled Bird. RETURN: Carol liiirnctt, p.m., Ch. 13: Jim Nabors guests in the opener of Carol's fourth season. With regulars Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence and Lyle Waggoner. SPECPAL: Now, p.m., CU. 11: Bare films of North Vietnamese prison camps, which contain about 400 American soldiers. OPENER: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Cli. 13: The CTV- made English-pub variety show starts its fourth season, with guest Anne Shelton. MOVIE: Charlie Chan ill Rio, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1M1 story about Charlie's trip to Rio to arrest a woman. Stars Sidney Toler. TUESDAY SPECIAL, Today, I] a.m., Ch. 9: The daily American news-interview show features Cajiada this week, with inter- views today of Rene Levesque, and Jean Drapeau. MOVIE: The Golden Mask, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: An archoolo- gist, his daughter and a newspaperman search for a valu- able mask. Stars Van Heflin. LISTINGS Prpgrami lilted by tht radio and I evil ion itotiftrtt. Any varicilien in program lehedulM h minute by thi itatiani and it Mt tponiibility Hirold tr But Ttltviihu.____ CJOC News 5 Minutes io the hour. Wthr., Sporfs on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT 5; 00 Probe 1220 Road Report World al 6 Paul Tivldar Market Report Paul Tividar Rob ingrain CBC News News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT Major News Weather The Way I See It Diiner Showcase Farm and Ranch Review Back to the Bible The Voice of China Musical Interlude World Tomorro" Music CHEC-FM TUESDAY Breakfast will) Bruce Major Hews Farm and Rancf Review Breakfast with Bruce Continental Rhap- sody Distinguished Artists TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phone Bill Snow Galloping Gourmet r CHEC if Wthr., Sporls Gardening Form News Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tivtdar ProDE 1220 Country Digest Weather CHEC Total Information News The Way I Sec It Caflle' and Grain Prices Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments The Way 1 Seo If Bulletin Board Total Information Call of the 'Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Sports Weather Cattle Prices on the Half Hour Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sports Major News Weather The Way I See It News fifteen minutes to the hour. Monday thru Friday a.m. Larry Donahue a.m. John David Horn Lairy Donahue The Other Side Tom Mitchell Shawn Kelley if' CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Jazz for the Record As It Happens National News Five NIghfs a Week Maigret: Arlette Visits the police Distinguished Artists Songs from the Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Alberta News Morning Concert Galloping Gourmet GerrusII Nathan Cohen Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Four tor Forty Entre Nous Aflatmee Personality Afternon Concert Actuality BBC News Weather SAVINGS ARE GREAT AT BESTWAY'S FALL CLEAR-OUT SALE FEATURING GREAT BUYS UKE THESE: 4-Drawer Chest........ 29.95 5-Pce. Kitchen Suite 49.95 1 Electrohome Solid State Stereo 369.00 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Avc. 5fh St. S, Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT News (c) Teleprobe 7 "'20 Teleprobe 7 f.-nn TBA Movie: Charlie Chan in Rio Wrestling TUESDAY :30 Pinnochio Under Attack Don Messer Jc) Green Acres One More Time The Bold Ones (c) Mr. DreSSUp Nature of Things Ed Allen New Majority Morning News Friendly GianT (c) Chez Helena Our Town News Children's Hour Movie: Cloudburst Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet D'lberville Hillbillies CFCN Lethbridge Ch. T3 {Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Dick Van Dyke The Honeymooners News (c) U.F.O. Nashville North c Carol Burnett (c) Pig and Whislle c Ironside (c) News (c) News (c) Edgar Wallace (c) In Conversation c Wild Whirl of University of Air Fashion (c) Thought for Day In Conversation TUESDAY Pierre Berton (c) Musical interlude Peyton Place Thought tor Day Beat tht Clock (c) 6MO National News Lucy Show (c) University of Air Buckshot Wynne's Pad (c) Movie: Uncle Bobby September Storm Smart Alec Famous Jury Trials TBA Another World (c) Parlons Francais Trouble with Tracy KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Green Acres News Red Skoltor, Laugh-In Movie: Night Gallery News c Tonicihl Show e TUESDAY Our World Salule Agricultui Today Show c Days of Our Lives The Doctor, c Century Squares c ....._ Gomer Pylfi Mike Douglas c Hillbillies Cronkite News Nightly News M Jeopardy c Who, What When Game News Another World Somerset Another World c Edge of Night c Western Star e As Ihe World Turns Theatre KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cibleviston Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) One Life Io Live c TBA Jack Lalanne (c) Linkictter (c) Mayberry RFD c Bewitched Love is a Many Movie: Audrey Splendored Thing The Family Jewels Best of Everything General Hospital Now A World Apart c Dark Shadows TV-5 News All My Children That Girl Morv Griffin c Make a Deal c Galloping Gourmet TUESDAY Newlywed Garni TV-5 News News Dating Game Movie: Capl. Kangaroo c Secret Storm i TBA Celebrates With 80th Book Author Marks 80th Birthday 13y CA110L KENNEDY LONDON (CP) Agatha Christie, whom some say has made more money out of mur- der than any woman since Lu- erezia Borgia, celebrates her 80th birthday Monday with her 80th coincidence as neat as the denouement to a Christie mystery. In fact, Passenger to Frank- furt will be her 72nd mystery, but as her publisher notes, she also, lias written six non-mys- tery novels under the name of Mary Westmacott and a couple j of non-fiction books. The new Christie mystery, a tale of international adventure with overtones of John Buchan rather than a straight "who- also marks exactly 50 years of authorship for the queen of crime fiction. Her first thriller, The Mysteri- ous Affair at Styles, was wnftrn during her First World Wai- service as a voluntary nui-ie She became fascinated by the colored poison bottles in the dis- jensary and her sister had bet she couldn't write a good detec- tive story. Rejected by several publish- ers, it finally saw print in 1920 and introduced mystery addicts ,o the little Belgian detective -Tercule Poirot. She began turning out a steady book a invented those other two celebrated Christie sleuths, Miss Marple and Mr. Parker Pyne. In 1920, she produced the book still regarded as her mas- terpiece, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. This was the first of many Christie tales to be dramatized for stage, screen and among them that phenomeno of theatre history, The Mouse trap, still pulling in the aud ences in London after 18 years On Monday the curtain at th AGATHA CHRISTIE Queen of Crime Fiction Marge Champion Inspires Youngsters HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sweat runs in rivulets from strands o! ler brown hair. "Kick! Kick! she com- mands, and 30 black youngsters ack along with her. Tin's is Marge Champion, vhom Walt Disney talent scouts ilucked as a child from her ather's dancing school to pose as the model for Snow White. Later she was half of the araed married dance team, large and Gower Champion. Gower now is a director-cho- eographer, with such stage hits o his credit as Bye Bye Birdie, Carnival and Hello Dolly. He di- ected the musical film version f Goodbye, Mr. Chips arid now preparing two movies, a tage show and a television sps- ial. And Marge? Mondays and Wednesdays she makes the 45-mimite drive from ieir Hollywood Hills home to onduct dance classes in Watts. A Negro youth raps eloquent ime on two drums and Marge eads her tights-clad pupils in ucks, bends and weaving exer- cises. The summer days are hot, and the old building ventila- tion is poor. Mrs. Champion lias been doing this as an unpaid volun- teer for a year and a hours a week, plus more time at ENCOURAGE TALENT Rent an instrument for your child RENT A SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM We'd like to spread the aqic of fa 'ide as we can. That's why we've developed this economical way to let you or your child try music. Rental payments will be applied fo the instrument cost if you decide to purchase later. So come Join us in spreading music around the land. You'll be amazed ot the rewards! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bld Phone 328-4080 board meetings and fund-raising events. She was interested ir the project by Marie Bryant, a Negro dancer friend and a co instructor whom Marge met in 1946 when both were in the east of Broadway's Beggar's Holi day. The scene is the Mafundi In- stitute, once adepartment store. Mafundi in Swahili means artisan-craftsman. Supported by donations, the institute's free classes include drama, modelling, music and f i 1 m -i a k i n g. Raymond St. Jacques teaches drama when his acting assignments permit. Raymond Burr and Don Mitch- ell taught acting before going back to work on Ironside. Marge's pupils range in age from 3 to 18. Accomplishments? "About 40 worked as extras in two films, The Halls of Anger and The Great White she said in an interview. "Sev- eral have been used as fashion models. :'My satisfaction is in seeing these kids grow, seeing girls lose their baby fat, seeing mus- cle tone improve." Unemployment and o t h e r frustrations are still high in Watts. So it's important, says Marge, "to be able to express yourself, through dancing or painting, to bridge those terrible times when you don't have a job." PLAN REGISTRY OTTAWA (CP) The Asso- ciation of Medical Colleges has received a federal grant to prepare a national registry of full and part-time medical school faculty members, the government announced here. IRENE'S TUCK SHOP Specializing in HOME MADE CANDY Cashew Logs 9 Brazil Logs lady Caramels Coco Rock peanut Rock Morshmal- lows Peanut Brittle Can- died Peanuts Butterscotch Fudge Sea Foam Candy Turkish Delight 1101 4th Ave. S. Ambassador's Theatre will go up on the snowbound country- house suiting for the time. Probably even the tax men have lost track of her garanluan sales. One calculation puts them al more than two billion and her earnings at som e t hin g like a year. Pro- ceeds from The Mousetrap al- ready go to her grand- son Mat he w. a 27-year-old farmer. At 80, Agatha Christie is tall. broad and blue-eyed, not at all like her favorite among her own detectives, the gossipy little spinster Miss Marple. An ac- quaintance once described her upper-class charm by saying she gives the impression of 'being native to Belgravia and brought up on a good golf course." In 1956, she was made a com- mander of the Order of the Brit- ish Empire LOOK FOR CLUES Her second husband is the dis- tinguished archeologist Sir Max Mallowan, whom she accompa- nies each spring on his excava- tions in the Middle East, finding "searching for clues more fasci- nating than laying them." She takes about six weeks to produce a detective novel, pre- ferring to work on wet days when the pull of the countryside is less strong. The Mallowans have two country homes in Eng- Wallingford on Thames in Berkshire and a square Geor- Jan h ou s e overlooking the River Dart in Devon as well as a London residence. 'I like to go at a new story solidly for 10 days or she says. "If I break off too much, .1 and the story turn stale." She once said she worked out most of her plots in the bath and lists "bathing" as one of ler recreations in Whos Who. In a recent interview she terself "dreadfully unob- servant, not like a good descrip- ,ive writer ought to be." She says she knows nothing about [uns, which is why she usually :ills her victims off with a blunt nstrument or poison. "Poisons are neat and clean ind really exciting." She wears her half-century of authorship as casually as old country tweeds. T regard my work as of no mportance. I've simply set out o entertain. Once I've been ead 10 years I'm sure nobody ill have ever heard of me." DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACiC Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridge No Flans To Retire Says Bennett VICTORIA (CP) W. A. C. Bennett said today he lias no plans for retiring and lias in fact "just caught his 'second wind" in British Co- lumbia political life. The oldest premier in Can- ada was commenting prior to a cabinet meeting on the plan- ned retirement of Newfound- land Premier Joey Smalhvood who will join Mr. Bennett in the 70-year-old age bracket in December. "Every person who f.eels too old should he said of Mr. Small wood's decision. Jailed Soviet 4ulhor Freed MOSCOW (AP) Author Yuli Daniel walked out of Vlpdi- mir prison a free man Saturday and drove to the town of Kaluga south of Moscow to live in quiet exile, dissident informants re- ported. Daniel served five years in .Soviet prisons for writing and mblishing abroad what Soviet officials deemed to be "slander- ous propaganda" against the :ountry. The 45-year-old writer was met at Vladimir, 80 miles east of Moscow, by his son Alexan-i der, Alexander's wife and an eld wartime friend. "I've just caught my second wind." Mr. Bennett corrected a re- porter who asked how it feels to be 70, pointing out that by his method of figuring with healthy age deductions for ii'jn- s in o k i n g, non-drinking and regular is "only 45 vears old." OAKMOHT faOOUCTIOHS mam u ihli I lin TONIGHT THRU WED. aummmaf ADULT j COLOR United Arlisis i SHOWING AT r and 10 p.m. COLOR by DelW United Artiste SHOWING AT P.M. TodayV Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Captain Courageous'1 Last Complete Snow PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Getting Straight" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Mosquito Squadron" "One More Time" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Jenny" "Take the Money and Run" Due Complete Show TONIGHT THRU WED. at and p.m. Elliott Gould as a student activist get- ting involved in student demonstrations, campus riots and student unrest! CLARINET RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND '.or. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN" In color. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 14, 15 and 16. Monday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ACE HIGH" In color. Starring Eli Wallach and Ter- ence Hill. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 14, 15 and 16. Monday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TICK TICK TICK" In Metrocolor. Starring Jim Brown, George Kennedy and Frederic March. Tues- day and Wednesday, September 15 and 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult, PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Monday and Tues- day. September 14 and 15. Monday show al p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LAWYER" In color. Starring Barry Newman and Robert Colbert. Monday and Tuesday, September 14 and 15. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet Served Every Day Of The Week! Prime Rib Smorgasbord DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. our licensed Dining Rooml NO .A-Tin-li. RESERVATIONS MAYOR MAGRATH REQUIREDl FREE PARKING! Phone 327-57PI ANCHQ "We had 'The Graduate'.., here's the post-graduate! Elliott Gould is RESTRICTED ADULT ELLIOTT GOULD CANDICE BERGEN ini PARMOUNT TONIGHT ONLY AT and P.M. Riidyard CAPTAIN'S COURAGEOUS SPENCER TRACY LIONEL BARRYMORE TUESDAY ONLY SIGMUND ROMBERG'S "STUDENT PRINCE" In Technicolor Edmund Purdom Ann Blyth Matinee p.m. Also See and Hear "WALTER RENEKE" Playing the new Electrahame GP 100 Organ on our Stage j During Intermissions. PHONl 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTIS HIGHWAY I TONIGHT and TUESDAY jenny has finally found someone to love. MARLO ALAN THOMAS ALDA AS "jenna" Color Adult Enlerlolnmerit Gotes al p.m. Show at p.m. SECOND FEATURE "rib cracking comedy" "TAKE THE MONEY ANDRUN" ADULT cotes ;