Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Heavy banana loss KAN JOSE, Cosla Rica (AP) Hurricane Irene caused more (han JU million itamage to Costa Jlica's banana crop. The Joss will seriously curlnil exports to North American markets. Varnish kills MADRAS, India, (lleuter) Twenty persons died Wedncs day in a slum district after drinking varnish, police report ed. Forty others were in hospi Lais. ITV HIGHLIGHTSI FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Tlie Mouse on Ihc p.m., Cli. 7. This is a sequel to "The Mouse that Roared" and tells of a bankrupt European duchy and how it tries to get foreign aid. MOVIE DJIAMA: "A Tattered p.m., Ch. 9. A 1971 film in which Lloyd Bridges stars as a tough cop who weaves a web of deceit. COMEDY: Partners, p.m., Ch. 13. A capricious corpse that won't stay put ieaus Crooko and Robinson on a slapstick search. VARIETY COMEDY: Laugh-In, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Rita Hay- worlh is a guest and plays a thoroughly rotlen nurse. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Tommy gets his sixth season under way. COMEDY: "All In llic 10 p.m.. Ch. 7. Archie Bunker and company make their debut in the new season. COVSTEAU SPECIAL: "The Unsinkaulc Sea 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A new wildlife documentary by the undersea explorer Jacques Ccusteau. SATURDAY SPORT: Boxing, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. World middleweight title bout between Carlos Monzon and Emile Griffith. SPOUT; Horse liacc, p.m., Ch. 7. The B.C. Derby is telecast from Vancouver's Exhibition Park. SPORT: Pro Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The Calgary Slampeders meet the Argonauts at Toronto. Rdllio TV Programs ore lined by the radio and television ilaliont. Any variation in program ihcdtile; is due to lalt-mlnule chpngei 'by stations and li not thi responsibility of the Herald1 or Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wlhr. on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver .Shoi Country Digesl BacK lo Ihe Bible Voice Ol China SATURDAY The Living World Richard Gordon BlOO John Oliver ihcw N 9-DD Ron Lerjfje Show News, Sports Barry HeglanrJ McWasler Jshn Oliver Hr. cr Information Mike Murry John Oliver FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Request Action Line John Walker CJOC Show SATURDAY News T3-00 News Wayne Barry Soccer Results if CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Maji Dun McMastcr News Bob Cencie Mike Murry Don Hedman News a.m. Don McMaster Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Five Nights a Correspondents S-D3 Home Run Week Nolice Board a Thealre Right or Wrong Road Bans Sounding Brass Aclion Set News Sounds Like Europe Wlhr., Road Report Home Run Wlhr., Musk Past Sound ol Britain Livestock Report Midnight World at Six cm-iionAv Pick of Jrie Goons SATURDAY Sounds Canadian Eye Opener Radio Free Friday News Nalional News Morning Concert 1 :07 Repional Wlhr. 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Calgary al Toronto CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Sports Segment Balman TlinlEicnts (c) Movie: Woman of Hawkcye 5-30 Havail Five O World (c) 5.30 h.ve-O SATURDAY Nt-ws (cl (or Day 7.00 Room 22V News Movie: LnrK, f-lock GcordC of the nnd Dnrirl (r) Junrile (c) .Mcriucs Couslc-au Pnlor Polamus News Rocky and Friends 5-00 Lik. NCV.S 5 Kingo Binrfi Movie: Mr. Belve- dere Goes lo College Call of Ihe Wesl Oulcloor Sportsman Wifie World of Sporls Sparls DiqpM (c) Wresllmq (c) KRTV Grent Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY 4. .ifi Hews (c) i nfi lc) ii-lO O'H.irs (r) Mov (c) t.u in DIG News f, .id Hair Dear Bunth ,n Ihn Nowi Pehlilcs (c) fl.no i minon Ir) 9M Nrvvr, (c) Toninhi bhnw SATURDAY rollrrjp tit Or ll.irlcm TdllniTcl Wtb In Ilio 7 30 Arcliiu (c) In Ihe Ncvvi Siibrinn (c) flnrt Pussy In The News "Ins In Ihc News You Am Tnora fiiildrcn's F rslivnl (O Baseball, Danger is My Pusincss Nows (c) Hoc HAW KFBB-TV Grccil Fulls Channel 5 (Cablovfsion Ch. 11) TRIDAY Roller G.lwcs News (c) SATURDAY CurloMly Shop (c) Jonny Quest Lancelot Link Iltirr (f) HHiDl Gftiirry .s-on .lorry l.rwi', novjfl Runnrr fM f unky f'h.inlom 10 i llclwllfhcd LUIivlllfi (c) A.-.-r Mrillnee (c) Physical SporK 1 :30 Toolbnlt Parlnnri i V c __ Arcording to a recent survey in the United States people in New York or Toronto, she can nab the odd visitir spending less time and come up wi local people of Mr. Wa Could be that the ones calibre it should bs are turning oft their sets late-night brig taken a look at the new on CFCN. p.-cgrnms and decided evening seems to I seen it all before anyway. j the big night for new Much of what is supposedly Just about the only fami new on TV this fall has a are the commercials an turbingly familiar look to plots. wilh the accent still on 7's New Dick Va private-eye cops and show has the word "new theme. the lille, olherwisc it's prel A new locally produced the same old show wi that made its debut faces added. night, while following the familiar talk-show formal, got olf from the firsl pratfa (about 20 seconds into tl a good Ihe viewer knows it's th Directions, will) Joan old Dick, despite the grr field as hostess, opened the sideburns. well, wilh the camera to one young oil some beautiful interaction Ihe family, the shrnv ha tween Mrs. Walcrlield's and charm." She's righ scription of guest Jack YVarbur-ton and Mr. Wai-burton's a good family show, slic production and all. Bui il is derfully expressive1 facia] same old mold. different can b It was a good start, al Sunday evening o enough to make up for 13. Story Theatre pr Jiemo music, which did not fables, fairy slories an .he easy going pace of old tales in their origin. s low. David Frost, who Mrs. Waterfield, can come the stories are nc wi h the snappy theme; to include a narrato tions might [lu well with actors speak both Iheir ow thing a litlle and the narration in bt With guesl and hostess It's a convention tha ellow players in the be a litlle disconcerting a coming Lelhbridge Musical Theatre production of Fiddler but it docs bring a cerlai "slorylelling" flavor to Ih he Roof, the ]5-minute was relaxed, very informal originally on Broadwa; easv lo show has the appearance o Much of Ihc show's future j a filmed slage production. success will depend on the iavisli production, Ihe ity cf guest. While Mrs. is one of the icld does not have access efforts this fall he kind of guests one watching, even if MAKE UP A PARTY COME ...BY HERB JOHNSON EL RANCHO CABARET Friday "PENDULUM" Saturday "SHAMEN" IN THE LOUNGE Friday and Saturday "JOE LAWLOR" IN THE TAVERN Friday and Saturday "COUNTRY COMFORT" Admission SI.25 (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE The El Rancho Moior Holel is now licensed to serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern r WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY ''ACES HIGH" SATURDAY ''NIGHT RIDERS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI only lo hear some of the oW stories again. At one can switch io Channel 7 and be bored stiff by Jimmy Stewart. The show's producers probably knew exact- ly what they were doing when they came up with this situation comedy, Mr. Stewart's initial foray into television on a regu- lar series basis. Unfortunately, in t'ieir at- tempt to follow all the tried and true devices they have gone overboard. The only thing they missed is the family dog, who may show up yet. Perhaps they feel Mr. Stewart fills that role; they haven't given him much else to work with. The show is, however, good, clean (completely unimagina- tive) family entertainment. Still with Sunday n i g li 1, there's Shirley's World (star- ring Shirley MacLaine) at on CFCN. Producer Sheldon Leonard apparently has plans to sliift the locale with each show and it the first program is any indication the series should derive much of its strength from the "local" char- acters in each locale. The show looks as if it might be one of the better new ones, will- enough depth lo set it off from QIC plastic people situa- tion comedies and rrime shows. In one of Ihc crime shows (Longstreet. Ch. 13. Thurs.) James Fransiscus does Iron- side one better by coming on with an even greater handicap he's blind. It's not e a s y tliwarting underworld evil when one is blind, but Mike Long- street does it. For a cops and robbers show, it's not bad. One feels sorry for Fransiscus; first a school teach- er and now a blmd insurance man. He seems to be going downhill, career-wise. Jim O'Hara of the U.S. Treas- ury (Ch. 7, Thurs, 8 p.m.) suf- from no particular handi- cap, oLher than a striluiig re- I semblance lo any number of other cop shows, particularly The FBI. David Janssen as O'Hara is tough, tighHippcd and very hip. Humor seems to be re- i i slricled lo trading Chinese pro- verbs with his Oriental side- kick; the plot is predictable. The entertainment highlight of the week, according lo all reports, was cily council's hand- ling Monday of the fluoridalion plebiscite issue. It has to rank high on the list of all-lime great mystery shows observers are still try- ing to figure out what happen- ed, and why. While the plot is still unfold- ing, it looks as though the lluor- idaiion ogre will be kept at bay and the citizens of Lelhbridge i will be saved by their nine knights who sit around the i counci' table. for the next exciting installment....... Meanwhile, an oppressive pall of silence hangs ovpr the civic election scene. It would not be ut reasonable to suggest that (hiTt are some civic problems that could legitimately qualify as election issues. Why do not Ihe candidates some public- statements? Or are they wailing for the vot- ers lo ask them? V 4 On more important matters, Sepl. 30 has been designated Womanhood Day. Women are supposed to clean the house, serve ilelicious meals and gen- erally radiate joy throughout the house. Good stuff, Don't for- get, thal's Sept. 30. Ouldoors fans should enjoy Death of a Legend on Channel 7 Tuesday night at Several years in Ihe making, the Na- lional Film Board show deals with Ihe myths surrounding that much-maligned creature the woll, Friday, September 24, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Senator predicts invasion WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Henry J (Dem. Wash.) said Thursday there is evidence Egypt has plans for an invasion of Israeli-held lerrilory across Ihe Suez canal with as planes, many as troops. "Egypt could have available a force of troops or more lo execute Ihese in Nov- ember and December of ths immensely tragic consequences on all Jackson said in a speech pre- pared for Ir? Si'nale. He did not disclose Ihe source of liis information. Jackson made (he statement in urging (hat the United Slates provide Israel fDOO million in military credits, with half the amount available for Ihe pur- chase of F-4 Phantom jet war- Cable TV agreement announced Another U.S. judge retires WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon announced Thursday the retirement of Associate Jus- tice John Marshall Harlan of the United Stales Supreme Court. II was the second retire- ment from Ihe nine-member bench in six days. Last Friday, the White House announced the retirement of As- sociate Justice Hugo Black, 85, hit by a stroke. Twin brothers die in drawer CHICAGO (AP) Two-year- old twin brothers, playing in the bottom drawer of a dresser, suffocated when the dresser top- pled and closed the drawer on them, authorities said. The vic- EDMONTOX (CP) The city has rcailicd an Egrcement with QCTV Lid. to provide cable television to the western half of the city, Mayor Ivor Dent announced today. The agreement 's basically the same as one signed with Capital Cable Television Co. Lid., which will service the east side of Edmonton. Pails of southeaslem Edmon- lims were Benjamin and Wil-1 ton are expected to be receiving liam Tr.iffieana. Their parents programs f r o in Ihe United told police I hoy discovered the: Stales before Hie end of this tragedy when they awakened, i year. TONIGHT and SAT. at p.m. Forget everything you've ever heard about heroes. Now there is FAMILY HMMIOUnT PICTUBE "i SEAN CONNERY'CLAUDIA CARDINALE( Matinee Saturday at p.m. PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Red Tent" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects 2.15, "Red Tent" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday "No Blade of Grass" 10.10 "Pretty Maids in a Row" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Young Rounders" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjcels "Young Rounders" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday nnd Saturday "Coogan's Bluff" "Ann of Days" One Complete Show ERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE YOUNG ROUNDERS" In color. Starring Casey Tibbs ami Joel McCrca. Friday and Saturday. Sepleni- ber 2-1 and 23. Friday shows a! and p.m. Matinee Saturday ad p.m. Family. M'LK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's ''THE BOATNIKS" In Technicolor. Star- ring Robert Morse, Stephanie Powers and Phil Silvers. Friday and Salurday, September 24 and 25. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "ZIG-ZAG" In IMetrocolor. Starring George Kennedy, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallarh. Friday, Salurday and Sunday. September 24, 25 and 26. Frdiay show n! p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre YOUNG ROUNDERS" In color. Starring Joel McCrac and Casey Tibbs. Friday and Saturday, Septem- ber 2J and 25. Friday shows al, and p.m. Malincc Salurday al. p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln In color. Slarrinfi John Wayne and Maureen 0'IIara. Friday and Salurday, September 2-t and 25. Friday show at p.m. Final program of the sca.ion. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE YOUNG ROUNDERS" In color. Slaring Casey Tibbs and Joel McCrea. Friday, September 2-1. Shows at and p.m. Family. Special innlinee Salurday, Soplombcr n at p.m. "TI1K TUAVKUNG SAI.I'.S- I.ADY" In color. Slnrrnig Phyllis Dillcr. All Beats 50o Family. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 25th at 9 p.m. at the MOOSE HALL-1234 ?rd Ave. N. ADMISSION PER COUPLE Music by the BRIDGETOWN TRIO For members and invited guesls! TONIGHT and SAT. Starling al p.m. "RESTRICTED ADULT A VIRUS OF DOOM ENVELOPS THE EARTH! SECOND FEATURE Retty Maids all in a row CM liming ROCK HODSDN ANCIE DICKINSON THE EAGLES PRESENT SINCLAIR TRIO FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE EAGLES HALL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS .PH.QNE 71100 HDIlfE 111 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN MAYOB MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY [Tonight Sat. and Sunday! Gates open p.m. Show starts al p.m. ADULT ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS RICHARD BURTON GENEVIEVEBUJOLD b DaVs Cx v r: HIT O NO. i e CO'OR COOGAN'S BLUFF" with CLINT EASTWOOD CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT 4 IN THE CLUBROOMS J THURSDAY A PENDULUMS J FRIDAY and SATURDAY V ALBEKTA KAJN'CH BOYS Members and Invited Guests TONIGHT end SAT. al ond p.m. FAMILY KIDS' MATINEE Malinee Saturday at p.m.