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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS; FK1UAY MOVIE: How Awful About Allan, p.m., Ch. II: A made-for-TV movie about a young man w'ho suffers from psychosomatic blindness. Stars Anthony Perkins and Julie Harris, MOVIE: American Guerrilla in the Philippines, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: Tyrone Power stars in a 1950 drama about a Navy lieutenant who joins the guerrilla movement in the South Pacific. DEBUT: Come Together, (i p.m., Ch. 13: A CFCN-Cal- gary rock-music production with Barry Allen and the Chey- enne Winter, tonight featuring guests Chad Allan, Tom Northcolt and Gauisborough Gallery. COMEDY: Laugli-lu 8 p.m., Ch. 1: Former regular Goldie Hawn guests a Sparkle Farkel, a nun and a waitress. IMOVIE: San Francisco International Airport, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Pernell Roberts (once of Bonanza) stars in a mys- tery involving a plot to steal million. RETURN: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Singers Anne Murray and Gene MacLellan guest in Hunter's new show expanded from 30 minutes to one hour weekly. MOVIE: The Chalk Garden, p.m., Ch. 13: Deb- orah Kerr, Hayley Mills, John Mills and Dame Edith Evans are some of the strange inhabitants of a British manor. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Tennis, 3 p.m., Ch. Highlights of tile wo- men's single finals in the Canadian Open Lawn Tennis Championships held last month. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m. Cli. 13: World Lightweight Champion Ismael Laguna of Panama defends his title against Ken Buchanan of England. r radw and tekvition tltrtionl. Any voriolicn in program b Hiimitl cnangn by tht ilcrtioni and net tht Ttii Htrald Btttway UUvititn. CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tlvtdar Rob Ingrarr SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CBC News Church Bulletin All Night Show Wayne Barry News Farm Digest Jack Thys News News if CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on Hie Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT a.m. John Davi The Way I See It Horn Dinner Showcase Larry Donahue Farm and Ranch The Other Side Review Tom Mitchell Back to the Bible Shawn Kelley Voice of China World Tomorrow SATURDAY Music Breakfast with CHEC-FM Major News Bruce Farm and Ranch Revii FM 7-20 News tiftcen minutes to Total Information the hour. Major News Monday thru Friday Morning Melodies a.m. Larry Luncheon Date Donahue with Bruce Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Potpourri Sports Major Mows SATURDAY News fifteen minutes to the hour. a.m. The Other Side a.m. Larry Donahue John David Horn Tom Mitchell Frank Sherman CBR Radio 1010 News on the Calgary Hour FRIOAY NIGHT WeeK Morning Concert Tempo Theatr! Alarm ClocK World Six TEA Action Set The Happy Time Music Past Mid- High Noon Making It night Major Country Peler Martin's SATURDAY Sound of Britain Orchestra Eye Opener Alberta Derby Radio Free Friday News, Sporls High Country Five Nights a Rev. Bill Portman South Alberta Page 21 inch Admiral......19.95 21 Inch Viking......29.95 21 Inch 39.95 Open till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-SJh St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} Movie: Destry Wrestling HI Diddle Day (c) SATURDAY Spiderman Puffnstuff Thunder-birds (c) FRIDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Teleprube 7 Movie: American Guerilla in the Philippines (c) Laugh-In (c) Tommy Hunter (c Hawaii Rvc-0 (c News Telcprobe t Movie: Sword lha Desert Klahanle (c) C1AU Fooiball TBA Saturday's Heroes Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) News Bewitched (c) News (c) Flinlstones (c) Movie: From the Sidelines Chalk Garden (c) Come Together (c) SATURDAY News (c) Thouciht for Day Andy Williams (c) News San !-rdn- Batman cisco International Underdog (c) Airport Kiddies on Kamera F.B.I, (c) Marc's Music Shop Secret Service Animal World (c) Movie: Gun for a Coward (c) Wrestling Country Music Hall Front !hs oporls Digest (c) Rod Fisher (c) Wide World of Sports KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY NIGHT Doris Day (c) News c Head Master Movie: Cincinnati Kid (c) Scooby Doo ironsido The Monkees News Dastardly and Tonight Show Muttley SATURDAY Jotsons Googlie Goolies ii.nn Dr. DooliHIa (c) '1'00 Basebali Globetrotters Bugs Bunny tc) For Love of Fred Jambo Tales (cl Rogsr Mudd News News Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falli Channel 5 (Ciblcvision Ch. II) American Band Stand Saturday Matinee Sporls Nanny and the Here Come the Professor Hews Double Partridge Family, Immnrfal LOT'S Make A 9.30 ThB Immortal sky Newlywed Gams Hardy Bciyi Lawrencn WHK FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY News Draoon and Brady Bunch Mr." Toad Movie: How Awful Motor Mouse About Allan (c) Lancelot Link Marcus Welby MD Jerry Lewis Tom Jones (c) Dick roni ow, f IKE Albee's Wno's Afraid of Virginia The Buys in the Band tickles the fuiiny bones while lacerating the mind. "You show me a happy homo- sexual and I'll show you a gay says one character, in a line which distills the witty acridity of the movie. A profile of the desperate, self loathing lives of homosexuals, the film stales its case with rare perception: the homosex- ual lives as an exile in his own country and blames himself for the banishment. A stiletto longued New York- er (Kenneth Nelson) holds a birthday party for his hated and feared close friend (Leonard Invited lo attend are five other homosexuals, ranging from the muscle bound dunce to the sweetsy hipswinger. Unexpectedly turning up is a former school mate, a "straight" married man whom the host suspects of being a "closet queen." What started out to be a binge among friends turns into vi- cious group dissection. The host forces his guests to play a game in which each must telephone a person with whom he was once in love. Although he tries to maintain control, it is the host, who is overturned in an avalanche of truths he could not face before and still cannot master. Originally an off Broadway and London hit. The Boys in the Band touches on all the cruel aspects of the homosexual's life: his over reliance on youth and good looks and his panic at get- ting old; the use of drugs, booze and pills; the promiscuity; the plight of the married man who surrenders to his latent homo- sexuality; the bitchy jokes told at I he jokester's expense. The movie asks no quarter for homosexuals. It goes beyond the harshness of biblical injunction or a question of whether or not the state has any place in the nation's bedrooms. It creates the landscape of men for whom any penalty so- ciety might mete out through law would be second-hand. The harshest punishment they exact themselves. The Swimming a Flench jet set murder and mush movie starring Alain De- Ion and Romy Schneider ran for two days at the Paramount Theatre. It finished yesterday. Let's hear it for Thursdays. NOTES: The Lethbridge Com- munity College's closed circuit radio station, CLCC, went on the air with five hours daily of pro- gramming last week Lethhridge Tccn Clefs The got favorable reception last week when they taped a CBC radio show in Calgary. The 18 girls, with conductor Anne Campbell and piano accompan- ist Jeffrey Caiman taped the program between two rounds of the satirical Funny You Should Say That. It is not known when the Teen Clefs' segment will be run on the national radio net- work. It was obvious from the amount of applause by the aud- ience at the University of Cal- gary Theatre that the group is gaining in fame, which undoubt- edly will be enhanced when they appear in December for their second annual show at the Calgary jubilee auditorium A three week exhibition of works by Ted Hagcll Lethbridge artist who died in 1064, was shown last month at the B.C. Provincial Museum in Vic- toria. It was apparently the lar- gest and most comprehensive collection of his art, examples of which can be seen in Hie Lethhridge Sketch Cluh's collec- tion at the Bowman Arts Cen- tre Oh! the rock musical which has played to critical disgust and large ticket sales, will be shown in Edmon- ton Tuesday on a national clos- ed circuit TV hook-up. Since it is not a movie, provincial cen- sors cannot get their scissors on it. However a change of ob- scenity could be laid by the morality squad after the show- ing. Tickets cost each (and will be handed out in plain brown RADIO: CIIEC-AM has been his 53 weeping violins. Instead the station is offering more mid- dle of the road music, more vocal selections and the less raucous numbers from the rec- ord charts. This is the rule up to 10 night- ly when AM merges with CHEC- FM and acict rock wreaks its unfettered vengeance. The better easy listening sound of AM, however, is not to be confused with the after- noon and evening news reading which features pauses in the middle of one-syllable words. Every so often the Herald re- ceives a telephone call from someone frothing at the mouth over the Phone Bill Show on CJOC radio. Criticisms usually centre around the two hosts' personal prejudices, bad man- ners or mistakes of information. The daily morning show is often guilty of these failings. Callers themselves are just as often to blame for their ten- dency to repeat the same argu- ment ad ridiculum or give ar- guments which have never seen the light of logic. But these criticisms aside, the Phone Bill Show should, in my opinion, be retained at all costs. The public has little enough hold on the media. All the mass media, including TV which has no such public vent as the phone in shows, can distort their news at the whims or in- competence of editors and re- porters. Such shows (and let- ters to the editor) are the last I means for an individual to get producing a better sound these mass attention. Even though days, notably in its music. radio and neKSpapers can and Mercifully disappearing rehearsal, which lasted t h r e c hours, "a miracle." There is still room in the orchestra for more strings and southern Alberta residents can do their hit by buying mem- berships for the 1970-71 season. It would be a shame to let all that spirit go without fair-sized audiences. FINALE: From the Broad- j casting magazine's list of blun- ders: "And said tie TV announcer, "for your view- ing pleasure we present our mo- vie feature, soonsored by Phil- lip's Milk of Magnesia, Woman on the Run. Friday, September 25, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 7 MOST J'KIMITIVK Alga is Hie most primitive yf plants, some species even sur- viving months. 1IWIUATKS MOST The Mekong River in Southeast Asia Jivi- blocks of ice for j gates the largest, rice-growing I area in the world, Town Won't Have Mayor Next Year MANNING (CP) This northwestern Alberta town will be without (he services of a mayor for the next year. Nominations for the vacant position were extended for a week Sept. 16, when no one filed papers for the job. When nominations closed this week there still had been no takers for the mayor's post. Town council will choose a. deputy mayor from its ranks to' take over duties until the next I civic election in October. 1971.! Former mayor Arlie Bruder resigned in June due to busi- ness pressure. CPHQNt 7HQO REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN FUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and SATURDAY GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. CLINT EASTWOOD MICH TONIGHT and SAT. Al and p.m. numbers by Sammy Clutz and Take-It-Off Musical Off Again EDMONTON Calcutta, the (CP) off-again Oh! agE'in, take-it-off musical is off again. Promoters who planned Mon- day to include Edmonton in a closed-circuit television show- ing of the rock musical that fea- tures nude scenes said Thurs- day it is cancelled. Microwave transmission prob- lems that would have limited the television showing to Toron- to and Edmonton, cutting out Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouv- er and Winnipeg, were given as the reason. Attempts are being ma show it at a later date. le to GENERAL MEETING ANAF VETERANS CLUB Will hold a General Meeting in the Club Room MONDAY, SEPT. 28th 8 p.m. COMRADE LA PACE will be in the Club Room Monday, Oct. 5th 7 p.m. For purpose of discussing D.V.A. matters with any member who has a problem in thii regard. do censor remarks by the pub !ic, there is a better than even chance that the nub of a criti- cism will get across. One doubts that the personal views of host Bill Matheson and co-host Ed nohinson hold that much sway. Matheson plays sweet liberal to Robinson's ra- bid conservative (w h i c h more irritatingly finds its way into his over emoted But if fluoridatton and day- light saving are ever voted in by the provincial electorate, heaven knows what the two will do without their soap-box. Maybe they'll have to return to what Cliff Black, formerly on a CHEC phone in show, found to be a surefire hot issue: whe- ther or net starch her a woman should husband's under- wear. (It's land of grabby once you think about There is a new wave of en- thusiasm this year in the Leth- bridge Symphony Orchestra, ac- cording to Rose Primachuk, a member and secretary of the group. The orchestra held its first rehearsal of the season last Monday, under the baton of new conductor Liicicn Nccdliam, and Mrs. Primachuk said she had never heard the group sound so good. "We struggled to get 35 peo- ple out to the rehearsals last year. We got 44 out last week and two more would have come but couldn't make it. "We haven't had this many people turn up in j'ears." She said one man called the Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short" Subjects "Call Me Mr. Tibbs" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Call Me Mr. Tibbs" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Royal Hunt of the Sun" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Royal Hunt of the Sim" Last Complete Show Friday COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Which Way To The Front" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Which Way To The Front" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Hang 'Em High" "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" One Complete Smw SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE RIEVERS" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. Friday and Saturday, September 25 and 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matuiee at p.m. "TICKLE ME" In color. Starring Elvis Presley. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" Technicolor. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine and Robert Bedford. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sep- tember 25, 26 and 27. Friday shows at ajid p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "SWORD OF SHERWOOD color. Starring Richard Greene. In Ross PIVER _ Sunlcmd Theatre "MAROONED" In Eastmancolor. Starring Gregory Peck, David Janssen and Richard Crenna. -Friday and Saturday, September 25 and 26. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "A FINE PAIR" In color. Starring Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinale. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 2o, 26 and 27. Show each night at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIANS" In Technicolor. All cartoon feature. Friday and Saturday, September 25 and 26. Friday stows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER" In color. Starring Richard Widmark, Lena Home 'and John Saxon. Friday, September 25 shows at and p.m. Adult. -Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "GHADRAH, THE 3-IIEADED MONSTER" In color. Family. Gel more cut of life iht family to a rnovin FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE Music by "THE SWINGKINGS" FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th 9 p.m. ADMISSION INCLUDES LUNCH Members and Guests Welcome! 50c Anytime IN COLOR YOUVILLSEE WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT? AND YOU YiLL LAUGH. SAT. BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW AT P.M. CONTINUOUS -----------ANNOUNCING' The len Erlendson Dance Band Is Booking Now Dances Parties Weddings, etc. The slars in this fine bond are CARl CUttER, Piano DEI COGHUN, Sax LEN ERtENDSON, Trumpet IEO HOPMAN, Drum! Contact len 327-6817 or Del 327-6414 BOOK NOWI "DANCE MUSIC AT ITS BEST" TONIGHT thru TUES. The Incas SATURDAY had everything: MATINEE at wealth, beauty, honor P'm- and innocence. continuous Pizarro brought them Christianity. FAMILY Robert Shaw Christopher Plummer "The Royal Hunt of the Sun" A N'llioml Gi'icril Picture! Rtltiw Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! "JUST US" 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. ADMSSION Glen's DEN (Downstairs So-th Side Entrancs) Refreshments and Food Available! Jl 'j'effL The last time Virgil Tibbs had a day like this was "In The Heat Of The Night" SATURDAY 3 SHOWS Matinee Evening At And p.m. SIDNEY POITIER MARTIN LANDAU .-.AWALItRlvliRISCKPSODLlCiiOiJ THEY CULL ME MISTER WBS! BARBARA McNAIR, ..-ANTHONY ZERBE United Artists TONIGHT thru WED. ;