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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Angus! 17, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Trimbles are titled by Ihe Any variation in program i------- changer by the stations and is not Herald or Tire Supply. md ii due ._ .__...... le of Ihe CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on (lie half hour Rkliard Gordon TUESDAY NIGHT 3.00 Hi! Sound John Oliver Show WEDNESDAY Bach !o Ihc Bible John McAllister The Voice ol China Show Living World Country Digesi John Oliver Shew Noivs, Sports Ron Lcgcje ,-how News CJOG News, Wcslher and Sporls ShOW TUESDAY NIGHT firOO World af JdS. Walker PhDtie a.m. Doug Anderson Wayne Barry WEDNEbOAT ProLe 1320 12-30 News, Wealhe and Sports Jjck Thys. CBC News 13.00 Tola) Informal ion Biq Counlry -.vilh Mike Murry Ricfiard Cordon News News and Grain Prices Jim Elliotl Parly Line Mdhnec Rob Ingram World al Six CHEC FM if News Hourly Wfhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SflT. Bob Cenue Don Hedman Norm Gregory 1I'30 Major News inn Majcr News Mike Murry McMaslEr Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World a! Six Reith Lcclurcs Classically Cdr, Tuesday Ninhl Nal. News Five Nights a WecK Benjamin Brillcn 12-03 Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener Sporls World al B Commentary News, Wlhr. Max Ferguson Gerussl Morning Concert Malinee Radio Noon Adernoon Z.on Holiday Malinee Afternoon Concert d.OO BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MI1ES? FOR SAFE ITS SAKE DRIVE IK FOR A BRAKE RELINE .95 29 GUARANTEED months or miles Kclinc and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake, hose, fronl beariiips and seals Repack front wheel bcarincs LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisron Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Spidnrmnn (c) Telcnrohc 1 Cnvcllo Rex Humb-drd Sp Telnprohe 7 Hawaii Pivc-0 WEDNESDAY Something lo Ihink Sesame Slrcel Luncheon Ds'e 9: DO Me CivilisaMcm News id Derhy Day fflrm Fadd :00 Frro lime Polilical Pinnochio and Oz 3'00 Take 30 30 TclrscoDP (c) Lilllc People Edijc ol Night Mr. Dffiiup 4.DO Gsllopinn friendly Drop In Chfi Holenc Huckleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lclhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4] 17-.K1 Pflrly Gflnic, (c) Alnvie: Famous Jury frialn Another World (c) TUESDAY NIGHT i.Oft Buck-Mint (cl 11.70 NPW; it) I Drram n! Joanni-! Pierre Urrlon Kmqo Dincjo Gidoon's Way (c) Nowi In C on vn rial ion Tim Million t'ycs WEDNESDAr of Su flflnru (c) 7'iouglil lor Day NflshviilE Norlh Universily ol Air Fillti Dimension (c) JJ.-3D Ed Allen Fhirbdra McNair In Conversation Trouble Tncy Man Real Iru? Clock Duckshol KRTV Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT TBA News Gunsmokc My Ihroc Sons Nnwroniors Mnnnix Nnwb ToniQhl Shn-w WEDNESDAY VI5 Our World Agricullurc ToOfly Show Ic) Our Lives (c) Tnrlay jn Monlana The Doclort (c) Concentration fc) Anoflicr Wortd Fnmily Atfsir Cdfle ol Nin'il Mollywocl Squares Corner Pylr let 9-00 fc) Mcrv Grjllin 9-30 Who, Whal. Wlirrc Iliiliiillirs (cl Game Ctonkllo Nrws (c) 9'1i5 Nnws 'Jflc NitjM'V News in nn Wciyhcrry RFD 10 no .somorsrl Nows (r) World Turns (r) Men trom Shlloh KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Firm News News NCWS To Rome with Lovo Knntjftroo Moil Sciuntl AcMm Movir 9.30 CHS Nrwr. SPOLHI Dirk Cnvnll (c) WEDNESDAY Ncwlywcd Can News Secrel Storm (c) Dlm-ilTs Pinto (c) One Lite to Llvo Jiirk LnLflnnn flAvmarv Game Snlc of Century hnlinn. G.unc (c) Cnlloplnn Gonnncl Gf-nrrni Hnipll.il Auclicy Pd.s'nvnrd (tt l.nvc Amcrknn Him Girl (O i'Wle Dowilchrd All My Children News >O Mako a (cl News TUESDAY WHSTHRN: Gunsmokc, p.m.. Cli. Mall Dillon joins a Kittle drive lo a veil between a tough trail boss and a handful of murderous hidc-c utters. SPECIAL: Dick CavclL, p.m., Ch. 7; A one-hour in- terview with actor Kirk Douglas who discusses many phases of his Jong and successful career, SPECIAL: Rex Ilumliard, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Hawaii is the backdrop for evangelist Hex Uiunbarirs crusade with his sermon focusing on eternal lile with God. JIIOVJJ5: The Million Kycs of Sii-Muni, 7 p.m., Ch. InvcsLigating the murder of an Asian security chief, U.S. agents uncover a plot lo enslave mankind. The stars are George Nader, Frankie Avalon and Shirley Eaton. SPECIAL: 511] Dimension, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A bright (JO minutes of music and fun with Lhe widely-accepted vocal group. Singer Dionne Warwicke, the Carpenters and coun- try singer Merle Haggard arc the guests. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, iUO ji.ni., Ch. Johnny is in his third and final week of staging his 90- minute session of talk and music in Hollywood. INTERVIEW :Pierrc RcrLnn, p.m., Ch. 13: In iJiis program Pien'c produces evidence to show that the talents of new Canadians are being wasted through prej- udice ngtjjn.st in the schools as well as in Lhe em- ployment field. Calgary beer BurtOH gets role festival scheduled W nlcr rulioning MUNICH. West G c r ma n y (AP) Bavarian decoration and beer nrc to add authcnlicity fo an oktobcrfest, Ocl. 4-9 in Calgary. Munich o f i c i n .s ropoiled Monday l'iat dirndl dresses for waitresses, earthen- ware heer ir.ugs and decora- lions worth marks (about have been shipped on orders Lo organizers of the Cal- gary festival. In addition, the officials said, Munich breweries are making plans to stock 40 beer stations at Hie festival grounds. Munich's oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, dates back to the 1010 marriage of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, Last year a record six million visitors were counted during the festival's run. LONDON (Renter) Actor Richard Burton will play the It n s s i a i) revolulionary Leon Trotsky in a forthcoming movie, it was announced Monday. The film, called The Assassi- nation of Trotsky, will be shot in Mexico and Rome starting laler this year hy a French and an Kalian company. Burlon's co-stars will be Alain Delcn and Romy Schneider. MOVIE: Something for the Birds, I p.m., Ch. 7: Vic- tor Mature and Oscar-iviiining Patricia Neal are the stars. MOVIE: Tlic Hangman, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A tale of the old soul Invest with Robert Taylor as a marshal torn be- tween duty and humanity. Fess Parker, Tina Louise and Jack Lord also star. Big Bertha9s bad almost broken By THE CANADIAN PI1ESS The agriculture ministers of Alberta and Saskatchewan pre- dicted Monday that Bertha's back is almost broken. Jack Messer of Saskatche- wan said that the crisis caused by the invasion of billions of Bertha army worms in rape- seed fields across the Prairies has ant! that an im- provement in conditions now can be expncted. doubt crops are A i II being lost but nov it's a mat- ter of spraying them and gel- ting filings under he said in an interview. TWO .MOUU DAYS Henry Jiiistc of Alberta said all his province needs is two more days of good weather to finish tile spraying program and bring Ihc infestation under control. Officials, however, were still predicting losses averaging 10 to 20 per cent throughout the estimated one million acres of r a p c s e c d infested with the worms in Saskatchewan, in Alberta and in Mani- toba. Rapeseed is gener- ally valued at S50 an acre. The provincial governments want the federal government to help them reimburse the rape- siied farmers. TIIEMENDOUS SUCCESS MOSCOW (AP) "The For- syte Saga was a tremendous success on Soviet a British embassy official said Monday, and the reaction of the Russian man, in the street seemed to back this up. Some English-speaking Ilus- RICIIAUD BURTON sians said they would have ferred subtitles to the method the Soviets chose, that of having actor Nikolai Alexandrovich read the dialogue in Russian over Ihe original sound track. But almost everyone conceded that Alexandrovich did a profes- sional job and didn't destroy the effect of the production. i The Forsyte Saga, which re- j eeived international acclaim outside the Soviet Union, is the first major British television re-1 series ever purchased by Ihe ,nl Had RED DEER (CP) Water rationing has been suspended pending results of an experi- ment under way to determine Ihe capacity of a new pump in Ihe water Irealir.c-ht plant. Mayor R, E. Barrett said res idenfs have been asked to start using water for lawns and gar- j dens again to lest the new equipment. The city began rationing wa- ter when the plant was unable to cope with tlie demands. IUr. said he has ceived no word from the fed- j Russians, eral on Alberta's I request for assistance in pro- viding aid for the rapeseed farmers. Popular star's son is accused soiig SILVER DISCOVERED Silver was discovered in Sil- verlon, Colo., about 1870. Hungarian-born aclor is dead TANGIER, Morocco (Reulerl Hungarian-born actor Paul Lukas, 76, who won an Acad- emy Award as best actor in IMS for his part in Watch on the Rhine, died of heart failure in hospital here. Lukas, who starred in many U.S. movies in the 1930s and 1940s, came to Tangier in April. His movies included: The Three Musketeers, The Lady Vanishes, Kim and Lord Jim. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE f RADIO and TV JMIIV 3 302 13lh St. N. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Kick the Forget9 Habit! A noted publisher in Chicago reports ihere is o simple tech- nique for acquiring a powerful memory which con pay you real dividends in bolh business and social odvancemenl and works like magic 1o give you added poise, necessary self-confidence nnd greater populorily. According lo (his publisher, many people do not realiie how much I hey could influence olhers simply by remembering occuralely everylhincj they see, hear, or read, whether in busi- ness, al social funclions or even in tasual conversalions with new acquaintances, I here are ways in which you con dominale each iiluoliou by your ability lo re- member. To acquaint the readers of ill is paper wlih the easy-to- if allow rules for developing skill in remembering anylhing you choose lo remember, ihc pub- lishers hove printed full details of their self-I mining method in a new bookie I, "Advenlures in which will be mailed free lo anyone who requests it. No obligation. Send your namef address, and zip code 1o: Mem- ory Studios, 555 E. Longe St., Depi. CI7S, Mundelein, 111, 60060. A poslcard will do. STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) A warrant has been issued for-me arrest of William; J. Ob- jfc TUESDAY Niqhr Riders anhcm Jr., son of Slockbridgc'r s... I Police Chief William J. Ohan- j hcin, known as Officer Obic in the popular song Alice's Res- taurant. The warrant, charging Oban- hein Jr. with rescuing a pris- oner, breaking and entering and larceny of a gun, was issued Aug. 6 in District Court. The warrant alleges that Obanhein Jr., 21, entered Ihe unguarded SLockbridge jail July 28, took a rifle from a gun locker, and blasted the lock from a cell door (o free Donald Burnell, 28, of Stockbridge. Burnett had been arrested that same day and charged with growing about marijuana plants in his backyard. Alice's Restaurant, a song written by Arlo Guthrie, son of the late folk singer Woody Outli- ne, was made into a movie filmed in the area. FRIDAY "Four Hits and a Miss" SATURDAY "Peoples Choice" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY m 733 13th St. N. v MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! Violinist dies PARMA, Italy (AP) Er- nianno professor of violin al Lhe local conservatory and for many years first violin- ist of Milan's La Scala Opera House orchcsLra under Arturo Tuscauini, here Sunday, He was 77. AL Toscanim's request, Marches! nad liecn first violinist in many orchestras directed by Ihe famous Italian maestro through the world. e PHONE 71100 HDIVC III REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT, WED., THURS., FR1., SAT. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Stihjccls Lasl Compile J) PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer "42" Lasl Complete Show COI.LKGK CINEMA Short Subjects ''Support Your Local GlinLishlor'' Lasl Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN "Odd Couple" "Love Slory" One Complete Show Brought Back To Thrill You Again u ''fUVj Ryan O'Neal ADULT The Year's fl Bestseller IN COLOR t, HOWARD G.MINSKY-IWHUS HILLED Production Gates open p.m. Show storls p.m. HIT No. IN JACKLEMMON WALTER MATTHAU ODD COUPLE NOW SHOWING al and p.m. A Romantic Film one that Glows warmly. Jennifer O'Neills is a girl of Most Magical Loveliness. In everyone b lift- thnt s a RESTRICTED ADULT STARTS TOMORROW Would Billy Jack be executed if it had happened in Toronto? RESTRICTED ADULT BILLY JACK Just a person who protects children and other living things Shows at and p.m. OM LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR luing CLARK mm >-t CHBISTM ENDS TONIGHT 'KLUTE" In Color with JANE FONDA STARTING TOMORROW CINEMA COLLEGE MALL LAST TIMES TONIGHT "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER" IN COtOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre In Technicolor. Sl.imnp .Academy Award winner .John W.nj'nc, Glen Campbell ;iml Kim Darby. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aligns! 17 ad III. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE OBLONG BOX" In color. SlnvrinR Vineenl Price and Christopher Leo. An Adult Horror Piclurn. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 17 and 111. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MACKKNNA'S GOLD" In Technicolor. Slarrinfi GiTRory reck and Omar Sharif. Tuesday, August 17. Show (it p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "CATCH 22" In color. SlnmnR Jon Voij-lil, Alan Arkin aud Orsnn Welles. Tuesday and Wednesday, AURIIS! 17 .'UK' III. Tne.sdav shows al and pin. lieslrieled Adult. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN AND ONLY ONE MAIM STANDS BETWEEN THEM AND TERROR.1 ;