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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTSl MONDAY SPOUTS: Football, (i p.m.. Cli. H: The Kansas City Chiefs meet the Colts in Baltimore. LOCAL: United Appeal, (i p.m., Ch. 7: The third CJLH- TV weekly show featuring interviews with Lelhbridge UA officials and performances by local talent. DEBATE: Louis liycrs, p.m., Ch. 7: The former public relations man for George Wallace charges Hitler's murder of six million Jews is a myth. VARIETY: Nashville North, 8 p.m., Cli. 13: Host Jan Tysp-i welcomes guests Tobi Lark, Gordon Lightfoot and Del Reeves. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Cli. 13: Guests Nan- ette Fabray and Steve Lawrence join Carol in a spoof of Columbia pictures. DRAMA: Bold Ones, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Will Gcer guests stars as an aging senator whose erratic behavior suggests he is headed for a nervous collapse. With Hal Holbrook. DRAMA: Ironside, 111 p.m., Ch. 13: Joseph Campanella portrays a heroin addict forced by a snowstorm to withdraw "cold turkey." INTERVIEW: Dick Cavctt p.m., Cli. 11: Writer Norman Mailer is Cavett's only guest tonight. TUESDAY CHILDREN'S: Sesame Street, 9 a.m., Ch. 7: Southern Albertans get their first look at the long-awaited American- produced education series which gives preschoolers the fun- damentals of reading and arithmetic. News 5 Minutes to the hour. Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tividar Market Reporl Paul Tividar Rob Ingram CBC News Continental Rnap- Gardening sody Farm Distinguished News Artists Sports TUESDAY Jack Thys Jim Elliott Country Music News, Weather Matinee Phone Bill Show Paul Tivkiar Galloping Gourmet ProDe 1220 CHEC if Wthr., Sports News on the Hour MONDAY NIGHT Country Digest Major News Weather The Way I see it Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Review Back to the Bible Woman's World 8-30 The Voice of China Jean Pauley Weather CHEC Total Information Major News The Way 1 See It Cattle and Grain Prices Musical Interlude World Tomorrow Music CHEC-FM TUESDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major News Comments The Way I See It Bulletin Board Total Information Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Wealhei Farm and Ranch Major News Review Sports Breakfast with Weather Bruce Cattle Prices on the Half Hour Tempo Jear, 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 Larry Donahue The Other Side Tom Mitchell Shawn Kelley MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six The Happy Time Jazz for the Record As It Happens National News Five Nights a Week Maigret: Arlette Visits the Kolice Distinguished Artists CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Songs from the Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Alberta News Morning Concert Galloping Gourmet BBC HI Gerrusit Weather Nathan Cohen News Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Four for Forty Entre Nous Mallnee Personality Afternon Concert Actuality Monday, September 28, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 SOPHIA AND SQN-ltalian screen star Sophia Loren proudly shows off her son, Carlo Pont Jr. as she arrives at New York's Kennedy International Airport, in her first visit to the United States since 1966. The actress came to the U.S. to attend the premier, in New York City, of her first film made since she became a mother. Good For No Cable TV Ads In Near Future CHICOUT1MI, Que. (CP) Pierre Juneau, president of the Canadian Radio-Television Com- mission, said today that cable systems will not be allowed to sell advertising, at least in the near future. He told the annual meeting of he French-language broadcast- ers' association that the CRTC did not take the view that cable systems should never be per- mitted to sell advertising time nit no permission of the kind is imminent. He said the commission real- ms that in Canada only a cer- tain amount of money is availa- ile for advertising and that, for example, newspapers and broadcasting stations need ad- vertising revenue. The presence of numerous cable systems raised the ques- tion of whether they should de- pend entirely, as at present, on subscribers for financial sup- port. Mr. Juneau said the CRTC did not see why it should "blindly take for granted" that cable systems should have support from advertising. He also said legislation lim- iting 'foreign ownership of Broadcasting and distribution systems means that million would have to be raised in Can- ada to increase Canadian own- ership as required. He said thai in Quebec alone about million would have to be raised to adjust ownership according to the law and that figure does not include owner- ship transfer cases under study by the commission. Mr. Juneau said the commiS' jion will also decide whether as- .rology programs conflict in any way with broadcasting regula- tions Three formal complaints hac1. been laid before the CRTC. No Sunday Papers LONDON (Reuters) Lon doners again went without their Sunday newspapers because o a ban on overtime by packers and delivery drivers. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACX Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Letlibridge STARTS THURSDAY! OUR GIGANTIC MONEY-SAVING BIRTHDAY SALE! See Wednesday's Herald for all particulars! OUR BIGGEST SAVINGS EVENT OF THE YEAR! FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) News (c) NEW YORK (AP) Actress Sophia Loren, holding a news conference before fans at Radio City Music Hall, dis- cussed the issues. Spaghetti is good for toddlers, she said, and the maxi is it has a slit. The Italian star, in town with her husband and son for the Thursday night New York debut of her film Sunflower, answered questions from more than 100 reporters at a combination news conference and jam-packed pub- lic appearance on the flower- filled stage. The fans, mostly middle-aged, began lining up outside the the- atre shortly after 7 a.m. and had the famous midtown movie- house filled three hours later. Some squabbles broke out in ine as the more boisterous and latecomers maneuvered for the best seats. Why did they stand on the long, hot line? Sophia is beautiful, sexy and voluptuous, was the composite male response. "And she keeps her clothes a housewife from Queens added emphatically. "She doesn't go running around in the nude." Miss Loren, in a cherry-col ored tunic, black slacks and jewelled necklace, was asked about being a sex symbol. CROWD CHEERS "What's wrong with the long-haired actress said with a shrug of her shoulders and a giggle as the crowd roared its approval. Fans booed when a reporter asked whether she, the mother of a small son, would appear nude in a picture. She replied that skin is more "natural than crime and violence" and she wouldn't mind if it was done tastefully. Miss Loren quickly dismissed questions on the women's liber- ation movement, saying: "A woman shouldn't forget her duties and responsibilities as a woman." The ideal woman, she said, MONDAY NIOHT Teleprobe 7 United Appeal Show Under Attack Butler's Beat Partridge Family Front Page Challenge Friendly Giant ll.-Jn 7 Ctlel HClGhe ll.JO Teleprobe 7 T Movie: Charlie Chan in Murder Over New York Wrestling TUESDAY Morning New The Bold Ones (c) Mr. Dressup Nature of Things Seasame street New Majority Audubon Children's Hour Movie: Man in the Road Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) To Rome With Love MONDAY NIGHT DICK Van Dyka Bewitched News (c) U.F.O. CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) This Week Pierre Berton (c) TUESDAY Peyton Place Thought for Day Beat the Clock (c) National News Lucy Show (c) University of Air Buckshot Nashville North c Wynne's 'Pad (c) Movie: Carol Burnelt (c) Cartoons The Wild Ones Pfg and Whistle c Smart Alec Ironside (c) Ed Alien News (c) Parlons Francais News (c) Wild Whirl of Edgar Fashion (c) Wallace (c) In Conversation Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy Bewitched (cl Wynne's Pad (c) Fltntstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT it was a Short Summer Charlie Brown (c) News Red Skclton M'OV'C: WtiaF Where Game News Another World The Lost Wan News Tonight Show TUESDAY Somerset 5-15 Our World As the World Turns 5-45 Salute Agriculture Days of our Lives Today Show c The Doctors c Today in Montana Anolhcr World c Family Affair (c) Edge of Nrghl c Squares c Pyle Jeopardy c Mike Douglas c Hillbillies Cronklte News Nightly News (c) Hillbillies KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cublovilion Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT capt. Kangaroo t Secret Storm c t M DMie nr Dinah's Place (c) One Life to Live c Polls or Playoff 7.30 Jack aUanne Words and Music Silent Force Sale of the century Love ts a Many Football Kansas Galloping Gourmet Splendored Thin- city at Baltimore Audrey News A World Apart c Howdy All My Children Dick Cavett Make a Dea' c TUESDAY Newlywed Game News News Thing General Hospital Dark Shadows Thai Girl Bewitched Datinn Game News' takes care of her physical ap- >earance, is not boring and 'shows intelligence or does not show it if she has too much." On the subject of spaghetti, another crowd pleaser, Miss said her son Carlo Jr., al- most 2, liked it and added: "It helped fill me out." Agreement Signed BONN (Reuters) Britain and West Germany signed Fri- day an agreement under which Bonn will offset the foreign ex- change cost of the return of the British Army's 6th Brigade to West Germany. Some units, al- ready are back in the north German area and the brigade is expected to be complete by early next year. The British troops will fill the gap created by the withdrawal of the large proportion of Canadian troops stationed in the country. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre HELD OVER "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE color. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Rodford. Monday, September 28, show at p.m. Adult. MSr.X RIVER Sunland Theatre "YOUNG BILLY YOUNG" In color. Starring Robert Mitchum and Angie Dickenson. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 29 and 30. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "A WALK IN THE SPRING RAIN" In color. Stan-ing Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn. Monday and Tues- day, September 28 and 29. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT ALICE" In color. Staring Ruth Gordon and Geraldine Page. Monday and Tuesday, September IS and 29. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie O'Keefe Centre To Celebrate Anniversary TORONTO (CP) The O'Keefe Centre, one of Canada's major entertainment show- places, celebrates its 10th anni- versary next Thursday. Since the centre opened Oct. 1, 1960, eight mil- lion patrons have attended pres- entations of international thea- tre, opera, ballet and musical concerts and performances by hundreds of world-renown enter- tainment stars. For openers, there was the world premiere of the Broad- way-bound musical, Camelot, starring Richard Burton, Julie Andrews and Robert Goulct. Burton later returned on his honeymoon with Elizabeth Tay- a production of Shake- speare's Hamlet. Singer Harry Belafontc has been the Centre's No. 1 star at- traction in ils first decade with six engagements totalling 16 weeks and million at the box office. Operating for 40 weeks each year, the O'Keefe has included in its programming annual per- formances by the Canadian Opera Company, the National Ballet and the Toronto Sym- phony. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "They Call Me Mr. Tibbs'1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Royal Hunt of the Sun" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Zig Zag" "My Lover My Son" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "The Chairman" "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" One Complete Show DRUM. RENTALS ,50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 ITALIAN RESTAURANT Cor. 6tK Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 328-4395 Under Hew Management "SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN FOOD AND A FEW CANADIAN DISHES" EAT IN OR TAKE OUT (Free Delivery On Orders Over OPEN 11 A.M. TO 3 A.M.-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT-DAILY We are pleased to announce the appointment of ANNA (formerly of Anna's Restaurant} as CHEF PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Wed., Sept. 3Qth Beginners Skating p.m. Fri., Oct. 2nd Public Skating p.m. Sat., Oct. 3rd Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sun., Oct. 4th Beginners Skating........... p.m Public Skating pm.. Family Skating p.m. LETHBRIDGE ARENA Fri., Oct. 2nd Public Skating p.m. Sat., Oct. 3rd Public Skating p.m. Man., Oct. 5th Free Public Skating p.m. I ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet Smorgasbord i Served every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M...... ,ln our licensed Dining Room NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phono 327-5701 Tax Incentives Weeded Ray Speaker insists EDMONTON (CP) Kay Speaker, Alberta social devel- opment minister, says the only way to increase employment is by a growth in industry "and a climate in which private enter- prise can invest capital without threats of nationalization." The Benson white paper on tax reform and Alberta Pro- gressive Conservative proposals to curb unemployment involve w.elfare economics, he said. Mr. Speaker told a meeting the Benson white paper ''did not recognize that a fair and equitable taxation system must as re- privide tax incentives wards for risk-taking." He said a proposal from pro- vincial conservatives that more public money should be spent on capital construction and wel- fare, would require "a signifi- cant increase in t a x e and possibly result in less invest- ment capital for the individual taxpayer. The value of Alberta's sup- port for a concept of "devel- opmental economics1' was indi- cated by August unemploy- ment figures of ".2 per cent in Alberta compared with the Ca- nadian average of 5.1. iY thru WED. ADULT SIDNEY MARTIN POITEER LAiOaU ;n A WAITER MiPiSCH PRODUCTION COLOR by Deluxe" Untied Anlists MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. TGM1GHT And TUES. Thelncas had everything! wealth, beauty, honor Ttnd innocence. Piiarro brought them Christianity. "The Royal Hunt of the Sun" __ _ jp_____ A Cinema Centct Films I'lcicmjtion Robert onaw Central Picture! Release _. Christopher rlummer J2 SHOWS TONIGHT at and p.m. j PHONE 71100 KEEN ACHI rTTFlHTj TONIGHT AND TUESDAY ACADEMY AWARD WINNER BEST ACTRESS "MAGGIE SMITH" ADULT COLOR BY DELUXE SECOND FEATURE GATES AT 7 P.M. f SHOW AT 20th Century-Fox presents GREGORV PIIK An Arthur P. Jacobs Production OLLEGE INE M.A COLLEGE MAIL 328-6300 TONIGHT Thru WED. RESTRICTED ADULT "MY LOVER, IWY SON' NO, 2 With Romy Schneider ;