Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS: TUESDAY C.'aninliaii Fimlltall, 5 p.m., Cli. 13: The Sas- katchewan Roughrklers meat lire Aloueltes in Montreal. MOVlli: A Funny Thing Ilappcnril on the Way lo Hit. I'oriim, II p.m., Ch. 7: The 19GG adaptation o[ the lusty linidiiu'fiy burlesque on mnnners and jnorals in ancient Rome. Stars Zero Mbstel, Phii Silvers. SPECIAL: First Tuesday, 7 p.m., Cli. 11: Repeal of An American Montage includes a look at how companies and Individuals are exploiting Ilie lame ol the late Janis Jcplin. SPOUTS: Pan-American Game. 8 p.m., Ch, 7: Events include women's volleyball and foil fencing, track and field events. VAIHETY: Once Upon a Tour, 8 p.m.. Cli. 9: A variety show, wilh Rich Little and Rosey Grier, combined with a tour of Hollywood. PROFILE: Veronica Tcniianl, p.m., Cli. 7: Rerun visit with the principal dancer of the National Ballet of Canada. VAKIETY: Vnl Doonican, a p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Ray Stevens, British singer Anita Harris and the Scots Guards. HISTORY: Civilisation, 10 p.m., Cli. 7: The Light of Experience studies the phenomenal impact in the 17th cen- tury of the discovery of the lelescope and microscopt. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Dark Hall, 1 p.m., Cli. 7: A 1951 mystery about a maniacal killer who murders a girl. Wilh Hex Harrison and Lilli Palmer. SPOUTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: Tile Pittsburgh Pir- ates meet the Expos in Montreal's Jarry Park. T LI Trimbles Radio TV Prejrami are .liiled by the radio ond televiiion Italians. Any variation In program shsdulm it due 10 last-minute chariget by the station! and not the responsibility of Ihe Harold or Trimbles Tire Supply. it CHEC News on Ihe Hour, Weallier on ihe half TUESDAY Hit Richard Gordon John Tolal intormalion John The Voice of J-a Living World Counlry Digesl 8-00 John Oliver Show NTOS, Sporls Richard Ron Legge News CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT News, Weaiher News and World at 5 Jim Elliott John Walker a.m. Doug AnU Wayne Darry Probe 1220 Jack NEWS, CBC World al 1 News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Bob Don Norm Major News Major News Major Mike 1010 TUESDAY NIGHT Music Paul Morning Concert Reilh Classically Eye AMernoon Tuesday Holiday Nal. World Matinee Five Nighls Afternoon Conccr NEWS, BBC News Benjamin Brilicn Max News Trimbles Tire II 1 IV ALSO AVAILABLE AT TRIMBLES TIRE BLAIRMORE PHONE 562-2743 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY Wide World 11 Sfsame iirccl 5 Of! spidcrmnn NL'ws Quid Place 'folcnrcbc :jO Luncheon Dale Moviu: A Hawaii Five 0 Movie: j Ihr- lo (He Farm Facls Mccl f- or Pinnochfo flnrt Oz TaKe CiS Wr. Drcssun Gdllnpinn M Dron In .15 He cnn 5. TO fcxpo CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. TUESDAY 11: 10 Pierre Movie: Love In Fliqlit ol Apollo XV Kinqo 1 Dream of WEDNESDiY "wn'rhi Vnl Untucisily of Air Mnn in- DO Darbara Me Ed Dont Ihe Clock In Duckshol al (he Neivi Pnrlv Mflll KRTV (Cablevision Ch. TUESDAY A: 00 loO.iy (c) Our I.ivps IL) .1.30. Todriy The Doctors ic (c) Another World I Edqe of NioJi! My Hirer Comer Pylo'lcl 7: (in Mrrv Grillin j Once Upon Wlio, Where Milllnllirs (c) Cronkito News [c Tonight Show NDC Nirihlly Mewl 1..10 MftVhPrry 5-IS Our 5 News fcl World (c) 5-30 Men from KFBB-TV Grcnf Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. TUESDAY Newlvwcd Game wilh Love Mod UiniTn (c) Onn Life lo Live tVM Adnm Jack Memory GamR First S.ilf? Da linn G-iiJio (c) Apollo Grnoml llosplln Ttl'i Ni-.v. c< P.isswnrd (f) V..10 CHS 1 uuc A Tli.-il Girl (O DK k C iiunlt Ofl All Now-; .i.) A. 35 JO Milko (c) NOSE TO NOSE, AT LAST Two-year-old Allan Gray, a regular habilue of ihe horse borns at Winni- peg's Assiniboia Downs, usually meets horse nose-lo- kneecap. Allan, whose dad is a Irainer, was somewhat taken aback Friday when he found a horse that didn't look down on him. Entertainment shorts Johnny Carson spilled the beans NEW YORK (API An American agent for the Soviet tourist agency said Friday that TV talk-show host Johnny Car- son spilled the beans when he mentioned negotiations were being pursued to broadcast the Tonight Show from Moscow. Carson divulged the project Thursday night, during an ex- change with actress Claudia Cardinalc, who recently made a movie in Russia. "In his excitement over inter- viewing Miss Cardinale, Johnny spilled the beans and broke the said John Lynge, a representative of the ACDM Agency, which represents the Sonet Intourist agency. Lynge said he extended the invitation on behalf of Intourist and Aero- Hot, the government airline. He said the Soviet government will pay all expenses for a one- or two-week stand later this year or early in 1972. "It's really premature to say anything about the invitation now because it's still in the dis-) cussion Lynge said. LONDON (AP) Mick Jag- ger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, says he's going to be a father. The pop star flew into London Sunday with his 23-year-old Ni- caraguan-born wife, B i a n c a, and told a photographer at Heathrow Airport: "She's preg- nant, man." The couple, who were mar- ried last May, now live on France's Riviera coast. 'Hoppers use 2-4-D for defence UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (AP) Scientists al Penn State and Cornell universi'jes liave discovered a grasshopper which is secreting a protective froth of spray that contains man-made chemicals. Dr. Lawrence Hendrv of Penn State said the grasshopper has managed to incorporate the powerful new ingiedien' into its awn defence mechanism. The scientists reported their findings in Science magazine and Hen- dry expanded on them in an in- terviciv. "It's a little like equipping a skunk wilh said Hendry, "and gives us all reason to work harder in our attempt to control insects without causing long-range disruptions in Ihe balance of nature." Hendry said he and three col- leagues from Cornell made the discovery while studying the de- fensive fro'Ji of a four- to five- inch-long flightless grasshopper, Romalea mioroptera. The froth's odor drives away ene- mies. "We found Hie usual range o[ gaseous components common to fi'olhs, clouds and other defen- sive sprays. "But when we isolated 2, 5, dichlorophenol we were as- tounded. "That compound is not found in na'.ure. We could only specu- late that the grasshopper gleaned it from the fields, by TODAY thru THURS. MATINEE P.M. EVENING P.M. KIDS MATINEE 50c FOR THE HAPPIEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE WEIGHT WATCHERS, Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH Illh STREET AND 4lh AVENUE SOUTH chemically processing another man-made compound, dis- 4 D, a common commercial herbi- cide." Hendry grasshoppers lakcn Irom fields where no D had been sprayed showed no 2, 5 dichlorophenol. SOUTHERN ALBERTA .THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ".MRS. POU.1FAX SPY1' In color. Slnrring Rosaline Russell and Darren Mcdavin. Suspense picture. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aupisi, .1 and One show each nighl. Tuesday show at ".-.TO p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx TKeatre A film nboiil. "Elvis" "THAT'S THE WAY IT 7S" In color. Tuesday, Angus! Show 1-imr. p.in Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DIRTY DINfiUS McGKH" In color. Slarring Frank Sinatra. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3 mid 4. Tues- day shows at and p.m. Adult. Get morn out ot lilo Tnhn Ido lo o movie Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Pinocchio" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "In Search of Gregory1' "Puzzle of a Downfall Child" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Big Jake" UNO Last Complete Show GREEN' ACRES DRIVE-IN "Charro'1 "Darker Ihan One Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JMlli 9 302 13th St. N. LONDON (Renter) Actor Peter Ustinov will narrate a se- ries of television documentaries covering the history of Europe since 1900, it was announced Friday. Thirteen 50-minute pro- grams will be produced bv the BBC for showing in 197i. luosduy, Augusl 3, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Take a nip, eal ihe hollle NATICK, Mass. (AP) The Lime may be coming when a person will be able to pour a cool drinlt from a bottle, and then, for a snack, munch on the botlle islclf. In an effort lo stem pollution from empty bollles and cans, a Natick, Mass., research, devel- opment and bottle manufactur- and we will produce the botlle probably within six tn nine months." Ilikon's neiv hoillc consists of a core ot water-soluble eellu- Jose-ba.sed protein. The core is coated by a thin layer of plastic so the buttle won't dissolve when it is filled with liquid or gels wcl on the outside. ing firm has developed a bottle! When tlie brittle is empty, the that can be dissolved safely in I plastic coating i.s peeled away can be eaten. i and (lie bollle can he safely dis- Dr. Ole Sandven, director of j v''ith no rcsvllL' research at Ilikon Corp., said the botlle is not being manufac- tured yet but "quite i number of bottling firms have expressed interest in our developments ing pfjJJulion. PERISHABLE FOODS All sandwiches should be classed as perishable foods. tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenilh's remarkable 2-70 is jusl one ot IB quality Zenith hearing aids. 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