Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY AIOVIK: Meet .Me M Tlic Fair, C p.m.. Cli. 7: In after escaping from a detention home, a young orphan is picked up by two "medicine men" who shield him from a welfare worker. Stars Dan Dailey and Diana Lynn. MOV IK: Hansom For A Head Man, 7 p.m., Cli. II: Lee Grant plays a cold and cunning lawyer who murders her husband in what is almost a perfect crime. Peter Falk co-stars in this iilm which was a pilot for a se- ries that will be part of MBC's Mystery Movie this fall. DRAMA: Maiuiix, 8 p.m.. Ch. 3: Mannix tackles an unusually opaque mystery involving a suicide victim's widow and a Vietnamese man who is shadowing her. Mike Con- nors stars. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7: A profile of Canadian arehilcct Moshe Safdie, designer of Expo 'G7's widely-unclaimed multiple housing concept Habitat. SPECIAL: Hurt Badiarach, 3 p.m., Ch. 13: Burl Bacha- rach is the pel-forming host tor an hour featuring his award-winning music. Guests arc Juliet Prowse, Dusty Springfield and French singer Miruille Malhieu. The Oscar- winning Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head is showcased in a Iilm clip from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, p.m.. Ch. 8: Joey Bishop fills in lor Johnny and his guests tonight include Amy Vandcrbill, comedian Jack E. Leonard and singer Tommy LeoncUi. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Zero Hour, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: An ex-fighter pilot, haunted by guilt from a war-time mission, faces lite chal- lenge of bringing in a plane he had boarded only as a passenger. Dana Andrews is the star. Trimbles Program art lilted by the radio and television iralionl. Any variation In program ihedule; ii dve to last-minute changei by the tfalloru and II not Ihe reiponiihilily of Ihe Herald or Trirfiblei Tire Supply. CHEC News on fhe Hour, Weolher on Ihe half hour Richard Gordon Total inlormaHon i-lfi Bio Country The Voice ot China Show Mfk Mu 7-d5 Living World mine mur John" TUESDAY NIGHT 6'QO John Oliver Sh Ron Leyge .-.how New TUESDAY NIGHT World al Jix ROD Ingram WEDNESDAY 5-30 Jark invs CBC News Mil Sound WEDNESDAY John McAlliste Show Country Digest News, Sports Richard Gordon News Sfachs and 5porls g 35 phono Bill Sho 122D News, Wealhcr and Soofls Jim ices Ellicll ly Line 3'30 Malinec Rob Ingram World al 5 CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr, Holf Hour WON. THRU SAT. Bob Ccncic Ncrm Gregory Major News Minor MCWi Mike Murry CBR Don Hcrtn Major WE 2.00 TUESDAY NIGHT World nl Reilh 1 crlurcr, Cl.ir.'icoily Ccln TUGi-Jay Nigiil Nal. Ncv.i Five Nights fl WccK Beniamin Brillc Radio 1010 Calgary Pas Music Midniqhl WEDNESDAY Opener f, 10 T 6 bn fi.OD World al 6 Common fdr y News, Wlhr. Max Ferguson GnrujSl Morning Concert 11 :03 RdcJici Koon Holiday 1 3Q Malince 3-03 Allernoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 nth St. 5. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MILES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A BRAKE RELINE -95 OQ fiUAKANTEETJ ?i mofilfis nr miles Kclinc and install bonded lirake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake; hope, front bearings and seals KepackfronLwbeclbenrintfS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 11.30 Telcprobr- 7 Sesame Sire TUESDAY NIGHT SpitlTnifln a) Toiiui'.il.o 7 Mcvif Wrcl Me fhc- (c) H Wai a Very Orort Yi ,il 0- 15 Somrlhincj lo Think Miaul I ,irm Facls i Wen r.tvili Eilnc n( Miqhl Dron' In CFCN-TV Icllibririyc Channel 13 (Cable-vision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT 5. 00 Buchiliol (c) I Dro.ini cl Jc-.in Binqn n MPV News (rl 11: !0 Pirrre Dti Giclcnn's In Conversation Parly Game (c) Movie: Billy the Kid Dra ay (c) J-.W Frit In Lnnvorsnlinn Another World 1C) WEDNESDAf TrrUlilO will! Tliiiuolii lor Diiy Man Trap l MM University nf Air nn Honl Ihr- Clock l-Jd I-el Allnn Duchsliol KRTV Fnlts Channel 3 (Cnblevlsion Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGH f.JU HnlhtlllV. U My Hirer Lun1 Nrv.fiunciS M.innix Tonitihf Shnv WEDNESDAY Our World 5M3 yUjnr.ulli.rip Iriiiiv Show (c) Our I ivf, U 1 .'.-TO Today in Mont unit Ihi? Doclors Ic) ConcrnlMlion (c) Anolhcr World l-.innly Allflir ficltie A plaque commemorating the late Arthur Meighcn. who came to Portage la Prairie, Man., tional film hoard presentations. Dr. David Leighton, freshman director at the school, said lie was "very pleased" with the communism. cis a young lawyer and rose to become Canada's youngest overall longer be one world centre ol prime ministor, was unveiled 'We: had no real targets for B ai porLnRc by his Dl-year-old i the NFB films or the afternoon performances." "We confess that the orches- tra was a bit shaky at the start Businessmen interviewed by buL we have bGen Ihe newspaper Clornal do Bi a-! wjth the quality of prea- sil in Rio de Janeiro said the cnlalioil eenerallv lightest tourists are Argentines., r -f i use up much money." and under Lhc i The Romanian leader, wlio. widow, ajruady is cmhi'oilcd in a dis- pute Moscow on economic Gun-barrel politics charged WASHINGTON (AP) inlemal security committee of the House of Representatives denounced Monday what il termed "the gun-barrel poli- tics" of the Black Panther party. I Tile committee concluded that the parly, "through its rieliber- j alcly inflammatory rhetoric and I (lie actual arming and mili- j lary (raining of its members, Jias crjnlribuleil to an increase in acls of violence and consti- tutes a threat lo the internal se- curity ot the United States.1' I Huucvcr. die report said, "the committee does not hold that Ihe relatively small group of Black Panthers has at any time constituted a clear and I present danger lo Hie continued A nephew of U.S. Senator Hugh Scott was married at Buffalo, N.V. after his right leg j was amputated below the knee. Police said his prospective fa- ther in law shot him on the eve of the wedding. William P. Scott, 27, of White Sulphur Springs, N.Y., was wounded during an argument in Ihe home of his intended bride, police in the suburban ot Tonawanda said. guidance of, several profession al dancers and musicians. The 1972 festival is expected! JI_O-JL I to be held in the third week of j for film premier with his wife, Susan, daughter Bridget, I 7, and son Justin, 5. RECOGNIZE HIM? The man behind the beard and under the hair is actor Peter Fonda, arriving in New York Hunting rules revised PRESIDENT CEAUSESCU Talks back issues, said: ''The Communist movement can no longer be led by any centre. JS'owhcrc in any, part of the world needs a Com-! munist centre. Jt is necessary for each parly to act self-dp- j Ceaucscu's latest speech co- incides wilh Soviet efforts to' OTTAWA (CP) Daily bag and possession limits for the hunlinjJ of migratory birds are j much the same this year as last, the Canadian Wildlife Serv- I ice announced Monday. turned off and forward motion Norfolk county in Ontario lo the ceased. Other uses of power boats banned in the past remain banned. Theie are s number of provin- The wildlife service also said I cial amendments to the rogula- (.hat migratory bird regulations havc been largely rewritten and that abstracts of these regula- tions will be mailed to the lions. These include the closing of an area in central New i Brunswick to woodcock hunting because of high DDT residue hunting of geese. As in the past, hunters in all 10 provinces musl earn7 a valid migratory game bird hunting permit available ;il posl offices for S2. These are in addition to any required provincial licence. rall itsEaslEmoPean alies I against China and make toy- British actor James Mason -105.650 hunters who bought Can- j levels, and the closing of part of ada migratory bird hunting per- raits in 1970. These abstracts also will be Wlinlpsnlp available at post offices and SYDNEY Austialia provincial game offices. One change this year wil ally to Moscow the touchstone j m a r r i e_d Australian actress of Communist integrity. His speech followed state- ments of Romanian opposition lo a Soviet plan for full-scale economic integration of the Easlcrn bloc. Roy Bonislecl, Canadian pro- ducer of religious television programs, said at Charlottp- lown, he will leave shortly for Northern Ireland and make an attempt to get a Roman Cath- olic and n Protestant family together on a picnic. 1 Clarissa Kaye in Switzerland, it was disclosed today. The couple, both of whom have been married before, were married Friday. News of the M'edding was an nounced today by Miss Kaye's mother, who lives in the Sydney suburb ot Marrickville. Mrs. Kaye said the couple had been friendly since Ihey worked to- gether three years ago on the movie Age of Consent, which was filmed on location on the northeast coast of Australia. Mr. Bonisleel told a meeting i Clarissa Kaje. 39. is best G 1_____. r_.- T-- __1_ V_J of L'mted Church men s clubs functioning of the U.S. govern- lle would spcnd three days mert or any other institutions in each H-ith a Homan Catholic ramilv and a Pl.0teslanl fam- oiir democratic society." Nevertheless, the group mils he wrlched closely because ''its potential for barm lo Ihe fabric of America through its action, (ecliniques and prop- aganda devices far exceeds (he hounds of (hat which ils own limited membership can direct- j "announced ly invoke." Ihe report added. Sunday the establishment of a wholly-owned subsidiary, Play- boy Music. Inc. The new com- pany will have a record-manu- facturing division under the Playboy label, a record and tape club, a music-publishing rii- vision and an arlist manage- ment group. known for her role as Ned Kel- ley's mother in the movie Ned Kelly, which starred British pop i star Mick Jagger. allow hunlers lo use power boats to recover a bird which has been crippled. The crippled bird may be shot from a power hoe1, cniy when the engine is Peasants homeless SINOPOLI, Italy (Reuter) About 150 peasants were burned out of their homes when fire swept through a poor quarter of this small Calabrian town dur- ing Sunday night. They lost all their clothes, furniture, and pos- session.. Forty cottages were destroyed. index climbs OTTAWA (CP) The gener- al wholesale price index, based on 1935-39 prices equalling 100, rose to 291.0 last month from a revised June index of 289.4, Statistics Canada reported Mon- day. Tire increase six-lentils of one percentage point reflect- ed higher prices for all eight groupings of commodities. The biggest increase, of one per cent, was in wood products, [ol lowed by iron products and ani- mal products. PARAMOUNT Short Subjecls "Billy Jack'' Last Complete Slrnv.- PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer of M2'1 IO.-MI Lasl Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Adam al 0 a.m.'' "Something for Everyone" Last Complete Show C.REEN ACRES DIUVE-lN "Odd Couple'' 8J.5 "Love Story" One Complete Show ily, and then lr> lo get them' Mason. (12. was divorced by lo go to a picnic with him. his wife Pamela in JOG'S after 23 i 3ears of marriage. Playboy's new line CHfCAGO (AP) Hugh M. I Hefner, president of Playboy YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JHUV 302 13th SI. N. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 'People's (bice' DATE WITH HEATH LONDON (AP) Movie star i Olivia DC Havilland thought il i must be a hoax, but il turned oul to be a dinner date with Britain's top bachelor, Prime Minister Edward Heath. The 55-j'car-old actress said Monday she got a telephoned invitation in Paris from Heath's secretary before coming to Lon- don to lecture at the National Film Theatre, and "1 began to think the whole idea must he a hoax.'' But Heath's office confirmed Ihe actress had been invited to dinner at the prime minister's ronnlry residence. Chequers. Other guests were American conductor Andre Prevjn and his wife Mia Farrow, film producer Brian and Mrs. Forbes, and j British film censor Lord Har- lech and Ladv Harlech. LAST 2 DAYS TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY Jusl a person who j protecls children and other living things RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and WED. AT and P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and WED. AT and P.M. CINEMA 4lh AVE fllh ST A Roth) In everyone's life there's a SUMMER OF '42 TECHNICOLOR8 ADULl ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and WED. 1 Complete Show ar p.m. GATES OPEN AT 7.30 P.M. AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13fh Si. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre ''A MOW I.KAF1' In rainr. KlniTiiij- Waller Mallh.iu. F.Iiiinu May and Jack Tuesday and tt'ednesday, Angus! 2-1 and 25. Tuesday slimv al p.m. Arlnll. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre or AI1.W In color. XIIHTIIIR Kayiiiiind SI. .lacqnc.s. Susan Oliver and Jane! Macl.achlan. Tuesday and Wednesday, Angusl 2-1 and 2.1. Tucsrlay slum1 at p.m. Adult No! Hccomniendcd Iror Cliildrcn. PIMCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TIIK, VIKCIN AND TI11C (iVI'SV In cnlor. WarrinR .liianna Sliiinkns and l''raiicii Ncrn. Tuesday and Wednes- day, Angus! 24 and 2S Tuesday show at p.m. He- slrielcd Aclull. TABER Tower Theatre "TIIIOHU'S A IN1 KOl'P" In color. Slnrring PeUv Sellers and (loldie llawn. Tuesday and Wednesday, Angnsl :M ami Tuesday al and p.m. Heslricled Adnll. In Bajo Rio, they pay io see a man kill a bull. Today, they'll pay to see a man kill another man. ADULT KIRK DOUGLAS CASH MAGUNF1GHTW JANEALEXANDER KAREN BLACK S STARTS TOMORROW CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 328 6300 ACRES OF FREE PARKING 2 COMPLETE SHOWS and p.m. "SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE"