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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ____ Tuesday, September 15, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOV1K: Rampage, (i p.m., Ch. 7: A trapper and a hunter try to capture a cross between a leopard and a tiger. Stars Robert Milchum. RETURN: Telescope, p.m., Cli. 7: Donald in Wonderland profiles Canadian actor Donald Sutherland, star of M'A'S'H and Kelly's Heroes. RETURN: Itoom 222, p.m., Cli. 13: A teacher tries to straighten out a disruptive student who clowns incessant- ly to gain attention. DEBUT: Storefront Lawyers, i) p.m., Cli. 7: Dean Jagger and Barry Morse guest in the opener of a lawyer series, tonight dealing with a man whose home'was sup- posedly robbed. PUBAFFAIRS: Tlic Green, the Orange and the White, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A documentation of the upheaval in Ireland between the independent south (Catholic) and the British north WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Captain Fracasse, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A nobleman joins a troupe of wandering players and falls in love with the leading lady. With Jean Marais. MOVIE: Full of Lile, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: An impoverished writer and his pregnant wife try to battle with their falling- apart house. Stars Judy HolEday. SPOUTS: Basctall, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The New York Mets meet the Montreal Expos. CJOC News Five Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT 6-30 Paul Tividar Rob Ingram 1-00 Terry Lumsifen WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot St'OW News, Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Galloping Gourmet Probe 1220 Matinee Farm News, Sporls Jack Thys Country Music v-uu News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Major News Weather The Way 1 See It Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Back to the Bible Voice of China Major News The Way I Seo It Siock Market Report Woman's World Joan Pauiey imeni Musical Interlude Way I See World Tornc Music CHEC-FM WEDNESDAY Breakfast wi'th Bruce Major News Farm Show Country Dinesr Weather ChEC Total Information Bulletin Board Total Information Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Sports Weather Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sporls Major ..ews Weather The Way 1 See It CHEC-FM MON. THRU FRI. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour a.m. Larry Donahue John David Horn Larry Donahue The Other Side Tom Mitchell Shawn Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Guest Appearance Operas Like Tuesday Night An Evening of Opera National News Nights A Week Theatre Glenn Gould Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener News Sports Rev. Bill Portman World at Eight Commentary Morning Concert Galloping Gourmet Gerrusi! Nathan Cohen News Chronicle Matinee Cdn. Short Slorles Digging the Past High Noon Four for Forty Entre Nous Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality BBC News Weather SAVINGS ARE GREAT AT BESTWAY'S FALL CLEAR-OUT SALE FEATURING GREAT BUYS LIKE THESE: 4-Drawer Chest........ 29.95 5-Pce. Kitchen Suite...... 49.95 Electrohome Solid State Stereo 369.00 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5lh St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Movie: Children's Hour TUESDAY NIGHT To Rome with Lovi Teleproke 7 Movie: Rampage Red Skelion (c) Telescope {c) Slore Front Lawyers (c) Tuesday Night (c) Chez Helene News (c) our Town Teleprobe 7 News Pinnochio Mr. Dressup Ed Allen Morning NEWS Friendly Grant (c] Captain Fracasse Take 30 Edge of Night (c> Galloping Jjourmet Federal Provincial Conference Baseball New York at Montreal CFCN-TV Lcthbridgo Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT in Conversation The Best of Berton AIr Dick Van Dyke Musical Interlude Beat the Clock (c) The Hqneymoor.ers Thought for Day 12-00 Lucy Show (c) 1 Buckshot (c) Thought for Day 12-00 Lucy (c) 6i40 National News BucksU, Eddie's Father (c) University of Air Movie: Mod Squad (c) Wynne's 'Pad' Room 222 (c) Uncle Bobby Everly Brolhers c Smart Alec Aulumn Acres North America News News (c) Edgar Wallace Full of Life Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Places in the News Trouble with Tracy Parlons Francais cartoons (c) Wild Whirl of From the Sidelines Fashion (c) CFL Canary at In Conversation c Hamilton KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies News Don Knolls Julia (c) Boxing Carol Burnett (c News Kay Slarr Western Slar Theatre WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture Our Lives c Today Show c The Doctors c Today in Montana Another World Gai... News Another World Somerset c World Turns c Cronkite News c NBC Nightly News Hillbillies News c Don Knolls KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. II) Dinah's Place Ic) Love is a Many Bwllched M Splendored Thini Audrey TUESDAY NIGHT TDA TBA TEA TBA Marcus Welby TV-5 News Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c One Lite to Live A ____ All My Children Make a Deal c Secret Stoi General Hospital Dark Shadows That Girl Galloping Gourmet TBA Hogan's Heroes (c) Corner Pylt Show Business Books Suggested Over TV Reruns By THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Televi- sion was yawning with reruns. Movie theatres offered little but flicks and shoot-em-ups. So why not spend a late summer vacation catching up with show business books? Nowadays you almost need to be a full-time reader to keep up with tlvat branch of literature, particularly concerning film. A film buff could go broke tryinr to amass all the new books. Here are some of the new books of entertainment world in- terest: Films of Orson Welles by Charles of California, a hand- some volume detailing the cine- matic career of the onetime boy genius. Welles managed to cre- ate what most critics term the lurder By Mistake Alleged LONDON (AP) Two West Indian brothers went on trial today charged with murdering the wife of a wealthy British newspaper executive by mis- take. A jury was told they "snatched" and killed the wrong woman. Arthur Hosein, 33, and his 21- year-old brother Nizomodeen pleaded not guilty to a charge of kidnapping and murdering Muriel McKay, 55-year-old wife of Alick McKay, deputy chair- man of The News of the World. They were also accused of de- manding one million pounds ransom after she disappeared over the Christmas-New Year's holiday. Her body has not been found. TOOK WHONG WOMAN Attorney-General Sir Peter Rawlinson told a jury of nine men and three women that tile "real victim that these men in- tended to snatch was in fact an- other w oman h e wife of McKay's multi-millionaire boss, Rupert Murdoch. EAT THE ENEMY LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) A four-ton hippopotamus lumbered into a Zambian village bar, tore up the place and sent one regu- lar' to the hospital with serious injuries, police said. The villag- ers retaliated by beating the an- imal to death and slicing it up into hippo steaks, a local deli- cacy. greatest American film, Citizc Kane. He also created the most pel plexing enigma of film history Why did his career go downbi after his first toweling achieve ment? SUPPLIES FACTS Higham doesn't supply the an swer. The author was hand capped by lack of access to hi subject; Welles is preparing hi own book with author-directo Peter Boddanovich. But Highar supplies a wealth of fascinatin, information. Fondas by John Sprin a fin job of covering the professiona lives of the family which ha Decome the Barrymores of th 1970s. The fascinating persona :ives of the Fondas are left tin ;ouched, understandably .hor Springer is father Henry' press agent. The book includes a percep live description of the eld ?onda by John Steinbeck: man reaching but unreachable gentle but capable of wild anc dangerous violence, sharply critical of others but equally caged and fightin, .he bars but timid of the lighl viciously opposed to external re straint, imposing an iron Slav y on himself. "His face is a picture of op posites in conflict." Ohter Side of the Rain }ow by Mel a poignant story o he anguished nir.e months tha Torme spent in trying to bolster he personal and musical for tunes of Judy Garland. HAD CLOSE VIEW He had been assigned to musi cal matters on the CBS variety series which Judy did in 196; Television viewers could watcl :he great star come apart weel after week, right there on thi mine screen. To-me had i closer view, and his account do- cuments Judy's uncommon tal ent for self-destruction. at Work edited by Bernard R. Kanter, Invin R 3acler and Anne and Wagnalls, int .he professional views of H American film directors, from Richard Brooks to William Vyler. Emmy Awards by Paul Michael Crown, i pleasant journey down mem- iry lane with its photographs ol ome of the best television hows, as well as a few of the vorst. by Alexander and Day, Briton's view of the rise and all of the star system. Today's PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Student Prince" 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" One Complete Show LETHBRSDGE RACE MEET 9 BIG DAYS Sept. 18 thru 28 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF' THE SUN" In color. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 15 and 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ACE HIGH" In color. Starring Eli Wallach and Terence Hill. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 15 and 16. Tues- day show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "TICK TICK TICK" In Metrocolor. Starring Jim Brown, Frederic March and George Kennedy. Tues- day and Wednesday, September 15 and 1C. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE ONLY GAME Irl TOWN" In color. Starring Eliza- beth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Tuesday, September 15. Show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LAWYER" In color. Starring Barry Newman and lobert Colbert. Tuesday, September Ifl. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Gol more out of life Take the family to a movio FOR MALES Conver- tible coat becomes a jaeket Uy detaching lower part which is held with a zipper. Fabric is "jungle-printed" velvet. Trade Deficit LONDON (AP) The board of trade today announced a huge overseas trade deficit of million last month but said the figures are meaningless because of distor- tions from the 17-day dock strike in Britain. CROSBY KIN DIES REDDING, Calif. (AP) Mrs. D. E. Grandstaff, Bing Crosby's mother-in-law, died Sunday in hospital of injuries suffered in a traffic accident last Tuesday. The auto collision also injured three of the singer's children by her daugh- ter, actress Kathryn Grant. Saloon Comic Honored 'lainnient World Shorts LEIGH, England (AP) Stephanie Farrow, Mia's 21- year-old sister, and Jim Krone 24, American arlist, were mar- ried (luring the weekend, at SI. Bartholomew's Church. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) "If I thought you were going to eulogize said Joe E. Lewis, 68, "I would have done the decent thing and died first." The spirit was still there, but Lewis had to he helped to the microphone here during a tes- timonial to "the greatest saloon comic ever." The raspy voiced singer- turned-comedian who started in show business in the 1920s, was still a top draw on the Las Vegas Strip and East Coast club tilcuit when a stroke paralysed his right hand in 1966. He since has had other strokes. Lewis walked into the Riviera Hotel where persons ho- nored him in an affair spon- sored by the Friars Club. He left in the early morning hours visibly tired and in a wheel chair. TONIGHT ONLY Tonight only at and p.m. r mm 19 t t a I TONIGHT cinema I andWED- ELLIOT GOULD DOING HIS THING "We had 'The Graduate'... here's the post-graduate! Elliott GouW Is ELLIOTT GOULD CAND1CE BERGEN SALES APPOINTMENT! if MR. DAVE BOYDEN 1718 3RD AVENUE 5. Mr. Lyndon Foster, Genera! Sales Manager, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Dave Boyden lo their Sales Staff. Dave has gained valuable aufamolive- experience having spent 6 years as a parts representative caver- ing southern Alberta and south- eastern B.C. He is o married man with 2 boys, Dave wishes to wel- come his many friends and form- er customers to see him at Dunlop Ford Sales Ltd. for their every motoring need. PHONE 328-5526 COMING "The Boys in ffie Band NEXT in color PHONt 7HOO REEN ACRES JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH CO OTTS HIGHWAY I LAST TIME TONIGHT COLOR by SHOWING AT P.M. COLOR byDetuie United A SHOWING AT and 10 p.m. "JENNY" IN CO1OR MARLO THOMAS ALAN THE MONEY RUN" IN COIOR WOODY ALLEN STARTS TOMORROW SDth CENIURY-FOX PRESENTS Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. BUTCH CflSSIDV AND THE SUNDANCE KID Not that it most of it is true. STROTHER MARTIN JEFF COREY HENRY JONES SECOND FEATURE fUt VllC ll 'n Color with Jack Palance Omar Sharif 5 "A taut, gritty, war movie that will keep you on edge from start to finish. The best of Robert ('Dirty Dozen') Aldrich's work." "Hammering, hard- core action for fans who flipped for 'The Dirty Dozen.' Remindful of 'Bridge On The River Kwai.' 1 loved it." Wolf, Cue Magazins Too Late The Hero- "A rip-snorting, he-man, top-notch war adventure ADULT Q fH U! fl Michael Caine Cliff Robertson Ian Bannen Harry Andrews (DeYiholm Elliott Ronald Fraser kenfakakura Henry Fonda Matinee 7 and p.m. Metrocolor j AMI rnierlofcncrt STARTS TOMORROW f] ;