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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Solurdny, August 28, 1971 Olson calls conference to air U.S. surcharge Ily 1'U'L JACKSON Ilonilils OTTAWA federal Agricul- ture MmisU'r Bud Olson, Fri- called a Sept. 1 of farm organizations, national commiHlily groups and food processing councils The meeting i.s bring called ID discuss tl'.u recently imposed U.S. surcliaryt1 on certain Ca- nadian farm products. 'It must be remembered Uiat despite (lie fart that the gov- ernment is seeking tolal exclu- sion from the surtax applica- tion IliLs surtax at the present Lime is being applied at bor- der points. 'I llicreforc feel that an ex- change of informaUon and ideas at this lime would lie helpful in prevenling or allevi- ating uncertainty and perhaps unnecessary price reversals which would reflect adversely on the said Ihc min- is! r-r. Meanwhile said Mr. Olson, n group of scmor agriculture de- partment officials are meeting willl their counterparts in Washington for more consulta- tion and clarificalion WHITE HEATHER CONCERT PARAMOUNT THEATRE LETHBRIDGE TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st-8 p.m. STARRING ANDY STEWART WITH ALEX MORRISON-Tenor JIMMY BLUE-Accordionist ANNA DESTI-Soprnno NANCY HAYS-Highland Dancer MARK SIMPSON-Pianist TICKETS 53.00 S2.50 All SEATS RESERVED On Sale ot LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. THURSDAY, SEPT. 2nd All mail orders to be accompanied with remit lance Sponsored by Scots Committee of Si. Andrew's Presbylerian Church TV HIGHLIGHTS HATUHDAY SI'OH'I'S: Wiilc of Spons, p.m. ,C'll. 1.1: Mu- All provides Ihe commenlary on highlights of his 12-rciind viclory over Jimmy Ellis, taped July in Houston, and highlights of the Gold Cup hydroplane race at Madison, Incl. SPECIAL: The Tom Junes S'low, p.m., Cli. II: Tom welcomes dancer-singer Juliet Prowse and British comic Bruce Fursylli. MOVIE: Tlic King ami Four Qumis. (i p.m., Ch. 7: A dashing adventurer connives his way into an abandoned town being held by five women. Clark Gable is the star. FOOTliALL: Naticinal Football League Exliibition: 6 p.m., CM. The Detroit Lions meet the Miami Dolphins with the Liens rated oac of the teams to beat this year after a 104 record in 1070. PlT.AFFAIItS: News Conference, p.m., Cli. 1G: Alberta Conservative leader Peter Lougheed is the guest. .MOV1K: Isabel, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Critic Judith Crist called tliis drama beautiful, disturbing and exciting a story of a girl who encounters the demons of her past and her present. Gencvieve Bujold, Gerard Parkes and Marc Strange star. MOVIE: Modesty Illaise, p.m., Ch. 13: Retired inter- national athcnturer Modesty Blaise is hired by the British Secret Service to guard a shipment of diair.onds. Dirk Bo- garde, Monica Vilti and Terence Stamp are the stars. DRAMV; Name of Ihr Game, p.m., Cli. 0: The Savage Eye probes the taclics of a film-maker who is delib- erately stirring up trouble bcLwccn ecologists and the people in a lumber Robert Slack stars, Joined by guest star Peter Duel. MOVIE: Act o[ Lou', p.m., Ch. 7: In 1944, during the Allied occupation of Paris, an American soldier shelters a hungry, homeless young French girl. Kirk Douglas stars. MOVIE: Normandy Squadron, p.m., Ch. 13: Dur- ing the second War, French pilots use Russia as a base of operations to fly against the Nazis. Marc Cassot, Georges Riviere and Pierre Trabaud, all French stars, head- line the cast. SUXDAY NATURE: Wild Kingdom, a.m., Ch. 13: Badger cubs fight for survival in the American vest. TENNIS: Tournament of Champions, p.m., Cli. 9: A event features Ihe pro circuit's top money win- IETHBRIDGE FAMILY T FALL PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS THURSDAY and FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 and 27 6 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON MONDAY and TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 and 31 6 TO 9 P.M. PROGRAMS START TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th FOR INFORMATION CALL 328-7771 jStimfield talks aboul China OTTAWA (CP) Opposition Leader Robert Stanficld ex- changed views and information Friday, mostly about China, with Halm Pyong-Choon, a spe- cial assistant to South Korean President Chung Hee Park. The meeting, uhich lasted about an hour, was requested by Mr. j Halm to discuss Mr. Stanfield's July (rip to China. Mr. Halm has been on a lecture torn- of the United Stales. Raj Lavcr, cs well as sucli stars as John Ncwcombc and Arlhur Ashc. GOLI'1: U.S. Professional Match Play Championships. 2 p.m., Ch. 11: The champiunsltip and runner-up matches in (his inaugural evcjit. SPECIAL: Horse Show. p.m., Cli. 7: Iliglilighls of the National Grand Prix events at the Canadian National Horse Show in Toronto. FOOTI1ALL: Toronto Argonauts vs. B.C. Lions, p.m., Cli. 13: The Argos, rated Ihe club to beat in Ihe Eastern Conference, face the Lions, whipped 32-1 by Cal- gary ui their Inst outing, at Empire Stadium in Vancouver. SPECIAL: Sunday Dcst, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: The Great Canadian Train Robbery examines the Canadian Pacific Railway's request to discontinue its trans-continental ser- vice. Commentary by Pierre Berton. DRAMA: World ol Disney, B p.m., Cli. 3: Sal Minoo stars as a Sioux brave in a two-part drama. MOVIE: Weekend at Dunkirk, 6 p.m.. Ch. 11: The focus is on the crucial month of June, 1940, when thou- sands of British and French troops were trapped between the sea and Ihe advancing Nazis. Jean Paul Belmondb stars. NATUIIE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A study of African wildlife, including the crocodile and Ihe rhinoc- eros and their struggle to survive. DKA.MA: The Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13: The squad begins an intense search for a stolen car wired with a time bomb set lo go off in eight hours. VARIETY: Newcomers, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Flamenco gui- tarist Ronald Radford, the Good Humor comedy team and comic Rodney Winfield are among the guests. Host is Dave Garroway. DHAMA: The Manipulators, 9 p.m., Cli. 7: Clu'cf Dan George and his son Len are featured in a moving story about a young Indian charged with fraud. SPECIAL: Cities at War, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: German and Russian films chronicle the rise and fall of Nazi Berlin from a proud cultural centre in 1935 to a conquered ash heap in 1DJ5. SPECIAL: The India Trip, 10 p.m., Cli. 7: A visit to the ancient Pondicherry area of India, where devotees of the Bengali poel and mystic Sri Aurobindo have formed a religious community. MOVIE: Drums Across the River, 1 p.m., Cli. 7: An unscrupulous man tries to stir up trouble between the Indians and the whiles for personal profit. Audie Murphy star. MOVIE: Blood and Defiance, 1 p.m 13: An out- raged citizen stages a revolution in a country run by a dictator. Gerard Landy and Jose Greci star. Speaker's son dies BRADFORD, Jet- Trey Scott Kennedy, 17, young- est son of Speaker Walter L. Kennedy of Ihe Vermont state House, died early Friday in a fire that swept a two-storey home here. Get Together With Friends Here Dining Out is Grand! SUNDAY BRUNCH Sunday Family Buffet SERVED 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Choice of cakes. Ham, Sausages or Bacon and Beverage. Children Art 1 O Under 12 .'UC Adulli Served in the Dining Room 4 lo 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Hoi Dishes, Jellied Salnds, Relishes and many olher tasty treals lo delight your palate. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS LUNCHEON BUFFET DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND SERVED DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAYI FEATURING: rf OUR FAMOUS SMORGASBORD ONLY.............................. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! RESERVE EARIYI 2 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 LABOR Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Game No. 1.................. 50 10th Game Jackpot, 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.QQ All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Ilooke: it looks ominous EDMONTON (CP) A. J. Ilotike, former Social Credit cabinet minister, attended a Progressive Conservative rally Thursday night and said, sur- veying the crowd of "it looks ominous for the Slromilcs." He said in an interview he "couldn't accept1' what Pre- mier Harry Strom and former premier Krnest Manning hud said at a Social Credit rally in Ihe same auditorium the night before. fie did not claboralc. Ifooke declined to seek re-nomination for Ihe Aug. 30 provincial cleclion because, he said, the Social Credit League had been infiltrated with "out- siders" who did not follow the real principles of the party. Relatives argue over funeral VENTURA. Calif. (AP) A seven-year-old boy must decide where he wants to bury his father, mother, brother, sister and grandmother. I They were killed in a traffic accident Aug. 18 and relatives are arguing where the family should lie buried. The maternal grandparents of young Robert Colunio want the five buried in Oxnard, Calif., hut the boy's paternal grand-: father, Antonio Colunio, whose wife was kilted in the fiei-y acci- dent, wants them buried in' Rochester, N. Y. Unable to resolve the dispute, i the Ventura County coroner turned to the county counsel; who in turn asked the court to i settle the issue. Superior Court Judge J. If. Bcrenson said Thursday it is Robert's responsibility to re- solve the dispule tecause he is the family survivor. The boy now is in New York with his grandfather. Representing a constituency the size of Taber- Warner is no easy job, but then Bob Bogle is no ordinary candidate. Bob believes that to be a good representative your must regu- larly see and talk to you, the electors. FOR A FRESH, NEW APPROACH TO POLITICS IN TABER-WARNER AUG. 30 VOTE BOB BOGLE X AUTHORIZED BY TABER-WARNER PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION WILL PIIOMOTE HOOKS OTTAWA (CP) Rcgcr Du- hamnl, special assistant'to State Secretary Gerard Pcllelier, was named Canadian coordinator of UNESCO's Intel-national Bonk Week at Uic conclusion Friday of a conference attended by rep- resentatives of coimlric.s. NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Collins Lynn Bakor-Jolm Trnnant Honry Wolhrock Trimbles Uited by the racllo. and .telavtilen 'ttaiion Aoy ifirratton In program iheduliijl _dilf' 16 Ibil-minu 'or Irlmblei lire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour With Leo SATURDAY Lane 7 On Back lo Ihe Bible Dow 7-dS Living World Powerllne Don Hedman Silhoutlle Barry Hcgland 12 no Hr Infcirr Mikn Murry Down Memory Joh.i Charles SATURDAY NIGHT Snoria News Indian Magazine Action Sel Hit MU5IC Daryl Ferguson Douq Anderson SUNDAY Ncv.s Rob Inqram Sound Like Euro] Chamber Music NDWS Christian Scionca cjoc Sunday Mag.'.zlre News Rob Ingram Church Broadr.asl News Pele Snow News Sunday and Friends Fun and Games Concern e Capital Renorl Your Two Bucks Worlh Symphony Hall Ron Legge MONDAY Rknard Gordon ChcclinG Leo Dow Major Sporls Mike Murry John Charles Sunshine Evangel Hour Sunday Sunnlemcnl MONDAY Jnrk Thys CBC News 7-50 News, Wthr, Sport Prone Bill Show Wnyne Barry Prohe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sporl News and Grain Prices Jim Elliot) Voice of Praphecy Hour of Dec CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half SUNDAY Don Hudman Don AAcAAasfer Bob Cencie if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Hour Mike Murr, Don Dob Cencie SATURDAY NIGHT 5.03 Playdale Our Native Land Inienlscooe varicly Pak CBC Van Chamber Ore CBC Slagft Anlhology What's Music Past SUNDAY Morninq ConcErT Children's Slories B 15 I Brlipve Prairie Gnrdcncr 9.03 Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement! Gilmore Albums Ccln-Amr Race Mosporl Inside Irom Ihs Outsidc- Continental Holiday 3-10 Cross Country Checkup J.03 cel-rbraiions Fun 'N Gamps National News Musrc Scene Sludio 71 J Broil to You 3 Music Irom Prairies Don Elms Show MONDAY Eye Opener News B-CD World ol B News, Wlhr. Max Ferguson Gi-rusii Mnrning Concert Mnlincn Radio Noon ?'.D3 Hclklay Mnlinco ACcrnoon Conc-rt BBC News d 15 Home Run 5-00 News Trimbles Tire 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL Wiih the latest electronic equipment, you pet 20 services and performance chcckc. Come In All repairs fully guaranfeecfl PLUS I }RT5 8 CYLINDER LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Clucjs Bunny Hawaii Five-0 7.DO Poiilical Poiilical 8.00 Isabel (c) The Perlormerj Counlry Time News (c) Tuleprobe 7 Movie Act of Love N.F.B. Country Canada Pick and Choose Kaleidosoorl Nc-wa (c) d-no Sunday DPI! Music to Sea R MONDAY B--15 Something to Thmk Aboul 9 DO Farm Facli Pinnochlo McHale's Navy 10 OS Mr. Drrssup friendly Giant Chez Helc h far the Sesame Slreet 6.00 Wall ni5ney Luncheon Dal. SUNDAY Rainbow Counlry Bill Cosby (c) Newcomers Movie: Drums Across Ihe River 2-20 Mcef Mullcll 3.01) IfiKc Ihiriy hirpiifill XL-5 Sunday at Nine of Nioht (c) Fflilh (or Today The India Trip a-00 Gfilloning Gourmel CroE5roads Drop In It.30 Mcwit: Teloprobe 7 Trulh or Wan with a Gun Hawaii Five-0 Consequences fc) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Wild Kingdom 12.00 Rex Hurnbard (c) SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls Come Togcllier esent Oil Report (c) Tariiily Affair TFCN Nrws Con- tercnce (c) Slalse 11-00 Ncv.s News Mcvic: Normandy Mod Squad (c) Squadron Horc's Lucy Oil Report Penlccosl Pierre 3crton Day of Sports Digcsl Oral RoLerls CFL -v.ONDAY J-30 Wcrld Tomorrow 10.55 Thnught lor Today Uniusrsily of Air Ch.ilk-ngt Fcl Allrn Movio: Island rl In i.ilicn Hie Dlue Dolphin Parly Grin-ie jry I rin V.'ci Thcucihl lor Berlin j T I'cnlccosl Marcus (cl A'.nn Trap Collcnpickcrr, News Prat Iho' And Consider This News i.OJ V.'notly KRTV Great Falls Channef 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY NIGHT Clobelroltcrs (c) loncrnlrtihon (c) flews Pinpoint f-.tniily Affair News (c) U.S. Open Tennis (c) TBA Nrws NHL News Arnie (c) Lassie (c) 10 30 Namp ol Ihe Game Disney's World SUNDAY Red Skr-ltnn Tom and Jerry Bonanza (c) Pires (c) Bold (c) 7-no Rex HumLard Medical Centre Kalhryn Kuhlman 9.00 Doris Day 9.00 Tabprnacie Choir 9.30 Cam or a Three Mrol Prii-is Wonily Woodpecker Jnmho Tales lc) Harlem Consull.-itinn MONDAY Our World Snliitc At.ricultt! Today J-llOW Today In Men I, Who, Wlinl, Where Grjii.c Nev.s (r) 10 00 SOIIILI id (cl A1; Hif World Turni Our l.ivoi (c) Iho Doclors (r) Annlhrr World il Night (c) Pylo 1C) Grilhn Show Hilll.illiOi 3 30 NP -1-00 Nnc Ninhlly Nsivs Gicun AcrL-s (c) KFBD-TV Greaf Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Cli. 71) SATURDAY NIGHT Thn.ilir (c) 5.30 'lorn Jnnr'. (r) Issues i Roller i Mdinicn Snlr ic (C) Con (c) (..ii Am 9.on News 9. IS Mows Dick C llii'. is Dm Lift V- !0 Snrml Mcnrt InMii'i'l (c) I ovo Anicrican Stylo (c) PR! Wopkrnd .it Dunkirk (r) Hitjd Chiiparral Nrws Movie: Thr Six Wivrs ol Henr VIII S'25 Harm News 5 ,10 Ni-w. fi-00 faplflln Knntifir ?M Dinah's Pl.icft Jnck All My CMldren .1 (c) II -iia Ncwiywcri Gnmo ;