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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta KKIDAY MOVIE: Code Name, C ILJII., Cli. 7: A secret agent tacks down a spy in the midst of U.S. naval manoeuvres. Stars Kay Danton. MOVIE: Casino lioyale, G p.m., Ch. 9: David Niven stars in a spoof of the James Bond sagas, accompanied by the music of Hurt Bacliarach. SPOUTS: Football, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The B.C. Lions meet the Saskatchewan Houghriders at Rcgina. MOVIE: Marines, Let's Go, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1961 tribute to the force's might on and off the battlefields of Korea. Stars Tom Tryon (of The OPENER: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: The series'- sixth season opens with an episode about a cross-country pursuit of bank robbers. MOVIE: Conic September, p.m., Ch. 13: Hock Hudson and Gina Lollobrigida jointly take up arms in a battle of the sexes. MOVIE: A Cold Wind in August, p.m., Ch. 7: Lola Albright is a strip-teaser who seduces a naive 17-year-old boy (Scott SATURDAY SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7: The Calgary Stam- peders meet the Ottawa Rough Hiders in the capital city. SPORTS: Coronation Slakes, p.m., Ch. 7: The 60th running of the annual race for Canadian-born two-year-old horses. LISTINGS frogromi liitid by radio and ttlivftfon tlatfoiw. Any vorlotien progrom h wtt- minute ttiangn by tht ond H nol thi ipemibilitv cf The HtroW CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on ihe Half Hour Football Calgary at Ottawa FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Ttvtdar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliolt News, Weather 9-00 CBC News Church Bullelin Wayne Barry Farm News Sports Jack Thys CHEC News on the Hour Wfhr., Sports on ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT a.m. John Farm and Ranch The Way I See II Horn 6-05 Dinner Showcase Larry Donahue 6-33 Farm and Ranch The Other Side Review Tom Mitchell Back to the Bible Shawn Kelley Voice of China SATURDAY Breakfast wilh Major News Farm and Ranch Review Weather News fifteen minutes to Total Information the hour. Major News Monday thru Friday Morning. Melodies John David Horn t-m Larry Luncheon Date Tom Mitchell Donahue with Bruce Frank Sherman World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM Bruce Review Weather Major News Potpourri Sports Major News SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. a.m. The Other Side a.m. Larry Donahue CBR -k Radio 1010 Calgary Mews on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT 5-35 Tempo World at SIX Week Theatre TBA Morning Concert Alarm Clock Action Set World at SIX TBA Acon e The Happy Time Music Past Mid- High Noo 7-03 Making It night Major Country Peter Martin's SATURDAY Sound of Britain Orchestra Eye Opener Alberta Derby Radio Free Friday News, sports f.ts High Country 10-15 Five Nights a Rev, Bill Portman South Alberfa Pagi Don't Miss Out On Our FALL CLEAROUT TV Sets, Furniture and Appliances All slashed owoy down in price to clear just like these examples: 23-Inch RCA Dumont Solid State Stereo t 8 Transistor Radio......16.95 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nightsl CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION 41 FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Chonnel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Teieprobe 7 Movie: code Name Jaguar Laugh-in (c) Spidermai Movie: Marines Puitnsluff Let's Go Movie: New 1! :20 Tcteprobe 7 Movie: A Cold Wind in August White Feather CFL Calgary at Ottawa Saturday's Heroes Wrestling TV Dinner Hi Diddle Day (c) Klahanie (c) Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Wynne's Pad (c) 11: Flinlstones (c) From the Sidelines 1: HonGymoonors News (c) CFL B.C. si Saskatchewan Barefoot in Ihe Pork (c) F.B.I, (c) News 20 News (c) Marc's Music Shop 40 Movie: Come Secret Service September (c) Animal World (c) 40 In Conversation Movie: Money, 10 University of Air Women and Guns WreStitng Country Music Hall From the Sidelines Sports Digest (c) Sixth Column Wide World of Sports (c) 10 Thought for Day SATURDAY :05 Thought for Day :10 News :30 Batman :30 Underdog (c) :00 Kiddies on Kamera KRTV Great Fails Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT TBA News c Head Master Movie: Casino Royale Ircnside Tonight Show SATURDAY Telecourse Googlie Goolies Globetrotters Archie Fun House Scooby Doo The Monkces Dastardly and Muttley Jetsons Baseball Bugs Sunny (c) Pink Panther Roger Mudd News News Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY NIGHT Englebcrt Hardy Boys NEWS Hymperdinck American Band Animal World Dick Cavett SIamJ Brady Bunch SATURDAY Mad, Mad Dragon and Comedians Mr. Toad Eddie's Falher Motor Mouse Ghosi and tors, Lancelot Link Mufr (c) Jerry Lewis That Girl (c) Here Come the Love American Double Deckers Style (c) Hot Wheels Hawks Golf Wide World of Sports Football Minn. at Missouri Flying Nun (c) Lei's Make A Deal Newlvwed Game Lawrcnct Welk T ET IT BE, currently at the College Cinema, is essen- tially a filmic capturing of the phenomenal Beatles in rehear- sal. Long afler the distinctive characteristics of the group as public performers disappear from memory, their music will remain. And it is a treat to see them creating that music, rap- ping, experimenting, giving an impromptu performance on the roof of the Beatles-owned Apple company's building in London. The film gives unflagging look at the ordinary side of the four, arguments, discords, wit, unflattering close-ups and all. (One of the more human aspects centres on drummer Ringo Stan-. He seems to be out of much of the creativity of the other three, led by Paul Mc- Cartney. And when Starr tries to explain to John Lcnnon his sense of loss at their decision to make no more public ap- pearances, Lennon looks unut- terably bored.) Entirely lacking; in dramatic form, the film carries an ele- ment of the epitaph with it. Recently the British group an- nounced it was dissolving. Mc- Cartney and George Harrison have gone into solo records; Starr has appeared in movies and also put out records; Len- non seems bent cm his peace mission to the enHre universe. Present in every session is Yoko Ono, Lennonfs wife. Her appearance brings an added bit- tersweet quality ta the film. It is obvious she and lennon have deep affections for one another, but it was allegedly their mar- riage which initiated the rift am- ong the four perEormers. For this, pop music fains might jus- tifiably harbor resentment to- ward her. If anything this movie, pro- duced by the Beatles' own Apple Productions, proves why they hit the peak of pop music pop- ularity. The movie is a documentary of music, and it includes some of the best around today, parti- cularly the almost religious title song, Let It Be. The perform- ance of the song, centering o n McCartney, is Use emotional high point of the film. The song captures a philosophy toward life, perhaps toward the dissolu- tion of the Beatlos themselves as a group. When the four can put out such excellent music as they have, it's a hard suggestion to take. Too Late the Hero, at the Paramount Theatre, is another blood-and-guts visa- saga, but with a surprising Lack of stereo- types among its all-male cas Starring Cliff Robertson (wh still seems hung up in Ir Charley portrayal) and Mlchai Caiuc, the movie is directe and produced by Holier! A drich. Aldrlch (The Dirty Doz en) has of late grown of confinements of the big fil companies, he has struck out i his own independent way. Too Late chronicles a Secon World War mission in the Phi ippines by a band of Britis soldiers and one Japanese speaking American lieutenan Their job is to hustle from on end of a tropical island to an other in order to blitz an enem; communications centre. It's pretty bloody stuff a! (lie slit throats and mine unhinged pieces of body are i living color. But as war movies go (whic don't have love interests an ponderous philosophical point to make) it's gcod fare an seldom lets up on the tension (I kept thinking about W men's Liberation through th movie. Women could probablj kill with the best of men, bu how on earlh would they hand! a three-day trek through tto Both local channels' mornini shows are looking better, tin season, thanks to the use two cameras and more imagin ative sets. CJLH's daily Our Town wit] Bev Stretton and Roy Mullet has mercifully done away wit its badly-lettered logo and re placed it with a superimposi tion of the show's name. The set has been converter to a semi-livingroom with a seating arrangement akin t two chesterfields at righ angles. Tuesday the one-hour show on Channel 7 was spruced up wit' two film clips, one from Bri tain (what would Canadian TV ever do without the on senior citizens' homes and an other on a bad. traffic spot il Lethbridge where drivers tend to disregard signs. Our Town's hosts are pleasan and friendly, although somi tunes they seem to over-reac to a slightly humorous remark perhaps to put the guest a' ease. Some of the drawbacks o. last season are still evident this season however. An interview also on Tuesday, with the city's cultural affairs superintendent Dick Mclls suggested a lack o! research on the interviewer's part. And viewers can do withou such remarks as "Roy, do you CLASSES START MONDAY BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE and iippliciilion as prac Block olliccs coast LM 3-hour sessions (2 per ek l eeks) of days clas Choicf Diplom ENROLL NOW! Classes Siart September 21 Write or Call Job Placement t "I available. 815 3rd Ave. S. Call Today Classes Start Monday Phone: Dayi Evenings 327-8126 CALL TODAY SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTOM Mayfair Theatre "FIVE MAN ARMY" In color. Starring Peler Graves and James Baly. Friday and Saturday, September 18 and J9. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday matinee at p.m. "BIRDS DO IT In color with Soupy Sales. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In color. Starring Rosanna Podesta and Phillip Leroy. Friday and Saturday, Septem- ber 18 and 19. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVFiR Synland Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE" In color. Star- ring Robert Bedford, Katharine Ross and Susan Clark. Friday and Saturday, September 18 and 19. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE HORSE IN THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT" In Technicolor. Starring Dean Jones, Dianne Baker and Moray Amsterdam. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 18, 19 and 20. Friday show at p.m. .Famiiy. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "A TIME FOR GIVING" In color. Starring David Jan- sen, Kim JDarby and Carl Reiner. Friday and'Saturday, September 18 Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "THE TROUBLE WITIF ANGELS" color. Starring Rosalind Russell and Hayley Mills. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE-OUT-OF-TOWNERS" In color. Starring Jack Lcmmon and Sandy Dennis. Friday and Saturday, Scplcm- bor 18 and .19. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. Gel more out of lift Take the family to a have something (o ask the and alter a fairly long interview on msntal health, "You found out just a little more about mental (which is like telling viewers they are watching television.) And the ploy of having both hosts talk to guests, as occur- red Tuesday suggests an insti- tution a married couple is asking the questions. But the show is still an Im- provement, particularly visual- ly, over former years. CFCN's morning show Tues- day presented a new-look host, Joan Walcrfield new hairdo, makeup and clothing straight out of the store. The new Mrs. Watcrfield may be fascinating in appear- ance, but one wonders if house- wives, some probably still in dressing-gowns, are ready to meet the day let alone a glain- or puss on TV. The half-hour formal, con- densed from previous season's one hour, allows viewers more than a cursory look at guests, a welcome change. The show has also been given a new title, In Conversation (which sounds as if Malcolm Muggeridge were talking to Ms mirror) and a new set replete with painted ironwork. How- ever, if the at-home look is to be carried through, the larg.8 backdrop sign of the show's name could be removed. Hav- ing to be constantly reminded of what we're watching is like being hit over the head by Nancy Greene Raines while we're eating a Mars bar. Mrs. Watcrfield is still the best morning TV host locally. She's well-informed, curious and witty. And it's always a treat to see how she's going t o work the subject any subject around to a tie-in with Scot- land (her NOTES: The Sesame Street series is really going to hit the airwaves in southern Al- berta. Most CBC stations and affiliates will start the dally children's programs on Sept. 28. Because of previous sched- uling, CJLH will tape Hie show and run it a day later. Thus Sesame S'treet will arrive at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, Friday, September 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 7 WEEKEND SHOWTIMES I'AHAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Too Laic the Hera" Last Complete S'mnv .Saturday All Cartoon Program One Show "Too Late the Hcrp Last Complete Show Only PARABIOUiVI'-CINE.MA Friday anc' Saturday Short Subjects "Boys in the Band" Last Complete Show COLLICGE CIXE.MA Friday "Let it Be" "Last Escape" Last Complete Show Saturday "Let it Be" "Last Escape" GHEEN ACHES DRIVE-IN l-'ridav and Saturday "Che" "Butch Cassidy and 'Hie Sundance Kid" One complete Slow RATIO OF CARS Yugoslavia, a country of 20 million, had more than j privately owned passenger cars at the end of last year. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 p.m. in the POLISH HALL MUSIC BY THE ALBERTANS libers and Invited Guests Welcome Phone 327-1448 Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGH Tonight "CRYSEL SUL" Saturday "JUST US" 9 p.m. to T a.m. ADMSSION Si.OO Glen's DEN (Downstairs Soi-lh Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Sat., September 19th Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sun., September 20th Public Skating................. p.m. NOTE: The Porks and Recreation -Department, City of Ulh- bridge also announces the revised (1970-71) rates for admission to the City lee Centres for Public Skating (a) Regular 20c Students 30c Adults 60c (b) Sheets of 28 1 ticket admits 1 child 2 tickets admit 1 student 4 tickets admit 1 adult These will be effective Saturday, Septem- ber 9, 1970 ot oil City of Lethbridge Ice Centres. NOW SHOWING At and p.m. THE BOYS IN THE BAND IS NOT A MUSICAL RESTRICTED ADULT When "The Boys in the Band" opened in New York two years ago, both the critics and ihe public ap- s plauded loudly. It became the most talked about play of the decade. The huge success this production led to four additional companies in the United States and twelve foreign productions throughout the world. S Now Mart Crowley's celebrated hit is a film. fl INTHEI34ND" AGncnw Ccrt The language in this film may be offensive to some people. Thf Manager I TONIGHT and SATURDAY BUTCH CASSIDV AND THE SUNDANCE KID Nol IMt il rratters.bul most of il is true. Cfeiing SIROIHER MJJffl JiFFKEEY KEfiSy JOIIES COLOR BY DEIUXE GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. CALLING ALL KiDDSES! ALL CARTOON and COMEDY SHOW SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY DOORS OPEN SHOW AT P.M. 3 STOOGES COMEDIES PLUS YOUR FAVORITE CARTOONS 2 Hours Of Entertainment 1 Complete Show Only At p.m. One Price For All Seats Moms Dads Kids Anyone, 50c TONIGHT and SAT. TONIGHT AT AND P.M. Due to special matinee Sat. afternoon "TOO LATE THE HERO" will not start until approximately p.m. t% 'A taut.gritty, war movie that will keep you on edgs, lii-3 from start to Wall, isST-TABC piciuni Corp. in P'durti pr Caine riS-; Cliff Robertson MONDAY ONLY JEANETTE McDONALD NELSON EDDY Co'roR BITTERSWEET7 3 Shows Matinee Evening and p.m. ALLEGE INEMA cdlLEGEMALL 328-6300 TONIGHT thru SUNDAY "The Beatles" Tonight at and p.m. Saturday Box Opens T p.m. Show ot p.m. THE BEATLES Let it be' intimate experience on film United HIT 'THE LAST ESCAPE' NO. 2 IN COLOR AT P.M. ONLY ;