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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 10, 1971 THE LETHBBRIDCE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTSI TUESDAY MOVIR: Dr. Goldfngl and tlic Ilikini Machine, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Vincent Price stars in a 13CG farce about a mad scientist who manufactures beautiful robols to entrap wealthy men. MOVIE: After the 7 p.m., Cli. 11: Peter Sellers and his former wife, Brill Ekland, make mayhem in a ruse to sneak gold bullion into Italy by prclending it's part of a movie set. IIISTOIIY; It Was A Very Good Year, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Tonight's focus is on 1919, the year George Jessel and Fanny Brice were lop vauilevillians and the Tin Lizzie swept the nalion. SPECIAL: rail-American Games, p.m., Ch. 7: Events featured loday arc football, swimming, diving and equestrian competitions. VARIETY: Nashville NorCh, p.m., Cli. 13: Guests tonight are Anne Murray, Mike Graham and the folksinging Travellers. VARIETY: Val Uoonican, II p.m., Cli. Guesls are Millicent Martin and Phil Han-is. HISTORY: Civilisation, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The Pursuit of Happiness celebrates Uie greats of 18th-century music: Bach, Handel, Haydn and Mozart, and studies the contrasts of architecture's French classicism with rococo. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrlon, p.m., Ch. 13: Sixteen internationally prominent figures from archbishops to actors give their opinions on euthanasia WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Taggart, I p.m., Ch. I.I: A violent lale of murder and revenge, involving homesteaders, ranchers, hired gunmen and warring Indians. Stars Tony Young. WOMEN'S: Take 30, 3 p.m., Cli. 7: A look at the his- tory of cardiology, the study of the heart. Trimbles Program! are Hitad by (be radio and television iiaiiom. Any variation in program thedule; is due Te last-minute changes by the stations and ii not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC ir News on Ihe Hour, Wealher on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT HII Sound John Oliver Show WEDNESDAY 6'JS Back lo the Bible John McAllister The voice of China Show 7-J5 Living World Country Digesl John Oliver Show News, Sports Ron Legge Show News Richard Gordon Tolal information Big Country wiih Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Slocks TUESDAY NIGHT World al 3ix Rob Inqram John Walker a.m. Doug Ander; WEDNESDAY Jack Thys 6.0 CBC News News MON. THRU SAT. Norm Gregory Major News CJOC News, Weather and Sporls S'35 Phone Bill Show on Wayne Barry Probe 1320 News, Wealher and Sporls News and Grain Prices Jim Elliolt Parly Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at 5ix CHEC FM it Hourly Wthr. Half Hour 9'00 Bab Cencie Don Hedinan lis.-rjr Mike Murry McMaster CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Reilh Lectures Classically Cdn 10MS F Music Past Mldnlghl WEDNESDAY Eye Opener News World at 3 Gerussi Morning Cone Matinee Radio Noon AMernoon Holiday Matinee Benjamin Brillen NEWS, Wlhr, Max Ferguson Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llfh St. S. 327-2396 ASTRO SATURN 78 Nylon Fiberglass Dual White-walls 2 plus 2 Fiberglass Belt AS LOW AS 1 F78-14 'I G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 28.92 30.37 32.09 30.37 32.09 Also available at TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY BLAIRMORE PHONE 562-2743 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT News (cl Sesame Street 5.00 Spidrrman (c) THeprobc 7 Luncheon Dale 7 Hawaii Five-0 Movie: Movie; Muscle WEDNESDAY Princess ot Ihe Nile Beach Parly (O Farm Facts Meet MulleH II Was a Vrry Pinnochlo and Oz Take 30 Good Year lc) Lillle People Edge ol Nirjhl Pnn Am Games (c) Mr. Dressup Galloping Gourmet Men at Law Friendly Ginnl Drop in Civilisation Chez Helene 5.00 Huckleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. A) TUESDAY NIGHT Euckshol (c) I Dream ol Jeann Kingo Bingo News Movie: Dr. Gold- fool and Mie Biki Machine (cl Nnshvillc Norlh Val Doonican Barbara McNair Mows News (c) ie Pierre Berlon Dnngerman In Conversation ui WEDNESDAY 10 5S Tliounhl lor Day Universily o( Air Cd Allen In Conversation Parly Game (c) Movie: Taggarl Famous Jury Trials !r31 Famous Jury Trials Anolher World fc) Troubln v.ilh Trjcy Mnn 'I rap Deal NIC Clo'k Bucksliol KRTV Grcnf Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillliillirs Ncwn Gunsrnokc My Three Soni NewrrmLTS 9.On Mfinnix News Tonighl Show WEDNESDAY Our World Anriaillure Toaay Show (c) Our Lives (c) Today in Montana The Doclors (c) 7-10 Conccnlration (c) Anolher World fl.-OO I-nmily Affair Edge of Nighi Hollywod Squares Comer Pyin lc) Jeopardy (c) Mcrv Grillin 9.30 Who, Wlial, Where Hillbillies (c) Game Cronkllc News (c) 9.55 Ncws NBC Nightly News Mayborry RFD Somerset J-QQ News (c) World Turns (cl Men from Shlloh KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) 1 Nowi Nrwlywprl Ganifl TUESDAY NIGHI News lo Rome wllli Love Mod SquarJ (c) A.10 Adam 12 Movie: Afler Ihf Fox 9.00 News (c) CBS News Special Dick fiivrlt !c) WEDNESDAY i.2S Farm Ncws Jack LnLflnne Memory Sfllc of Century Doting Gflmo (c) Galloping Gourmet Gonor.il Hospilnl Audrey Password (c) l.ove American Thai Girl (c) Style Rewilched All My Chllclrrn Ncws tc) Makft a Deal (c) Nowi Movie Chretien less nervous 'Monkeybusinesi sex'due cameras about gas pipelines 1 A J- grind CALGARY (CP) The film- ing of a nameless gangster movie, originally titled Prime Cut, started Monday at the Palliser Hotel in downtown Cal- gary. Filming will continue tenta- tively until Oct. 7 in the Cal- gary area, with location scenes scheduled for the Millarville rodeo grounds, a meat packing plant, a district farm, Ihe city stockyards, and a suite in an- other hotel. The movie is nameless be- cause of a similarity between its title and the title of a future Warner Brother's film. MARVIN FEATURED Star of the movie, depicling a feud between Ka.isas City and Chicago gangsters, is Lee Marvin. Cinema Centre Films, a di- vision of the CBS network, is hiring most of its supporting cast from the Calgary ai'ea. The Calgary locations were picked by producer Joe Wizan's group, Wizan Productions, whose first visit to the city was for the partial of Little Big Man. OTTAWA 'CP) After a I two-week tour of Siberia, North- Icrn Development Minislcr Jean Chretien is "less nervous llian before" about the construction of gas pipelines in the T'orlh. He saw their above ground, on the ground and below ground in the Soviet Union and con- cluded "there is not a great danger of any breaks." But he said oil are none in the Russian a different matter. Mr. Chretien, holding his sec- ond news conference since his return Aug. 5, said Canada and Russia should co-operate- as closely as possible on matters of mutual interest, Co-operation should cease only if "if w.e be- came an instrument in their hands." Mr. Chretien and 10 special- ists returned "very, very im- pressed" with developments in the Russian North They saw integrated in- dustrial communities complele with hydro and economic, devel- opments. A papei plant was buill over a salt mine which it got salt for its own processing. A diamond mine in the norlh was supplyinc three nearby factories. Mr. Chretien said iiis tour dis- proved arguments that Canada, as some suggest, should just sit on its natural resources. "After this Irip, I said lhat we could wait a hell of a long time." The Russians were ready lo export gas I' France, ftaly, the Netherlands and possibly Japan. Ru.'sian officials had argued that when this natural resource is depleted (here will be other forms of energy, such as atomic or solai. Among Mr. Chretien's observ- ations: The Siberian people were par- ticularly interested in Canada's standard of living and its road- building techniques; There were no signs of forced labor campi in Ihe territory; His hbsls didn't appear lo withhold informat-'on in any dis- cussions on northern develop- ment; The Russians have done far more than Canada in developing Arctic navigation. He was not particularly im- pressed with pipeline-building lelhbridgc Gyro Club CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Saturday, Aug. 14 2 and 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15 and p.m. Tickets available from Gyro members. Family licket includes 2 adults and 2 children ALL NEW 1971 EDITION GATT1 CHARLES DOZENS OF FEATURES MERRY MASTERS OF MIRTH AMAZING AGILE ACROBATS CHAMPION EQUILIBRISTS GATTI-CHARLES ELEPHANTS Jethro stunned by Homer's death techniques, allhuugh they were effecLive. One Siberian official said he understood that Canada's three most imponanl. institutions con- sislcd o[ the the Gover- nor-General and Ihc Senate. JEAN CHRETIEN' No great danger LONDON (Rculcr) Five British scientists say they may have discovered the key lo aphrodisiacs after identify- ing and ariifically producing chemicals which cause sexual activity in monkeys. Writing in the August ccli- lion of a scientific magazine, Nature, they say smell is im- portant in sexual attraction. But they say they carried this one step further by identi- fying the sexual attractant in the vaginal fluids of the rhe- sus monkey and reproducing it artificially. Female monkeys whose ovaries were removed were given the artificial substance and it was found to have a powerful effect in stimulating the male, said the scientists, all bio-chemists from S'wansea University, Wales, and the Primate Behavior Research Laboratories of England. They are also interested in seeing whether similar chemi- cals have the same effect on other species of higher ani- mals, including humans. .CINEMA i AVE Bih ST 327 SIM STARTS THURSDAY RESTRICTED ADULT EVANSTON, 111. (AP) Ken- nelh Burns, mandolin-playing Jelhro of the comedy due Homer and Jethroe, says he will "lake some time to think things over" before performing again Mowing the death of his part- ner. Henry D. Haynes. "f am just Bums said. "It's like 40 years of my life arc gone. "I don't have any idea what 1 am going to do now." Haynes, 51, who was Homer, Ihe guitar player, died Saturday of a heart attack hours before a scheduled appearance at the Great Midwest Fair in Crete, 111. Here's one way to cope ivith rainy iveekends WINNIPEG (CP) Tired of a string of 14 rainy week- ends in southern Manitoba, the Manitoba Indian Broth- erhood had a troupe from the Selkirk Friendship Centre stage a ceremonial sun dance. It was taped and broad- cast daily on radio station CKY starting July 20. The first weekend was a near miss, some showers fell. This past weekend, the sun burned down from a cloudless sky, and Winnipeg hit 90 degrees for the first time this year. He and Burns began their 40- year team career in 1932 as youngsters playing background music for a radio station in Knoxville, Tenn. They went on to record more than 50 albums and make numerous night club and television appearances. Their hits included renditions of The Battle of KuKamonga, Daddy Sang Bass, and Let Me Go, Lover. The two men were booked in 35 towns from Ihe Bahamas lo Alaska during August and Sep- tember, Burns said, but he will not perform any of them. Today's Showtirpes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Klute" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Zepplin" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Escape From the Planet ol the Last Complete Show GKEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Sudden Terror" Rio Lobo" Ore Complele Show All Theatres Comfortably Air Conditioned LOTS OF GUYG SWING WITH A CALL GIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY JUST WANTS TO KILLHER. -Jons donold fcndci Sutherland klute RESTRICTED ADULT 4 Wks. in Calgary NOW SHOWING at and p.m. FAMILY Last Times Tonight at and p.m. COLLEGE FirslPlanel.then Beneath.row. 20- GIVE'EM HELL.JOHN! JOHN WAYNE A Howard Hawks Production "RIO LOBO" GATES B P.M. SHOW HIT 'SUDDEN N0 2 TERROR' ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Tonite and Wednesday ACRES Tonite and Wed. at and p.m. CINEMA dih AVE 8lh ST 3275100 Warner Droi. presents aCeliy and Fromkess production in Michael York Elke Summer YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13lh Sr. N. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 4 733 13th St. N. m MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LOVE STORY" S.irrinR All McGrnw and Ryan O'Neal. In technicolor. Tuesday and Wednesday, Anpnst 10th and Jllh. One show each niglil al. p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS In mclrocolor. Slan-inR David Nivrn. Tuesday only at p.m. Adiill. "THE CONFESS- In color. Wednesday, August Mill only al. IMS p.m. Adull. TABER Tower Theatre MOONSHINE WAR" In color. Sim-ring Patrick AlcRonhan. Tuesday and Wednesday. August IDIJi find lllh at p.m. and p.m. Adull. Not .suitable for child- ren. COLLEGE MAYFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON THURS. FRI. SAT. AUG. 12, 13, 14 EMPRESS THEATRE Fort Macleod THURS. FRI. SAT. AUG. 12, 13, 14 'o PARK THEATRE MAGRATH SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER FOX THEATRE Pincher Creek THURS. FRI. SAT. AUG. 12, 13, 14 STARTS TOMORROW At and p. Ifyouthought 'SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF" was funny will kill you! CAPITOL THEATRE FRI. and SAT. AUG. 13 and 14 TOWER THEATRE TABER Fn. Sat. Sun. Aug. 13, 14, 15 OPERA THEATRE VULCAN THURS. FRI. SAT. AUG. ]2, 13, 14 GRtEN HILLS DRIVE-IN CLARESHOLM JAMES SUZANNE CHECK LOCALLY FOR SHOW TIMES GARNER 'PLESHETTB SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MATINEE DAILY P.M. COLLEGE CINEMA LETHBRIDGE -hJWir, bfM KLNMM UmlL'tlAnlists ANOTHER FINE FAMILY MOTION PICTURE SEE IT AT A THEATRE NEAR YOU! ;