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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednotday, December S3, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD S ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Prince Who Was a Tliicf, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: A, 1951 story of a prince raised by thieves. Stars Tony Curtis and Piper Laurie. SPOUTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., Cli. 13: The Vancouver Canucks mec.t the Toronto Maple Leafs. SPECIAL: Hansel and Grctcl, 8 p-m., Cli. V: Maureen Forrester has won favorable notices for her scene-stealing depiction of the witch in this opera version, of the children's classic. DRAMA: Name of the Ganie, p.m.. Ch. 13: A venge- ful politician sends a young thug to romance a publisher's 17-year-old niece. With Brenda Scott and Michael Callan. VARIETY: Music Hall, 3 p.m., Ch. 9: A Christmas musi- cale with Eddy Arnold, Brenda Lee, Charley Pride and the singing-dancing Klowns. DRAMA: Dan August, p.m., Ch. 11: Anne Francis and Diana Muldaur guest in an episode about a psychotic killer. MOVIE: Under the Yum Yarn p.m. Ch. 13: Jack Lemmon is a landlord who shows too much interest in Ms female tenants. With Carol Lynley. MOVIE: One, Two, Three, p.m., Ch. 7: A company's president has trouble keeping Ms 17-year-old daughter from interfering in his business plans. With James Cagney. THURSDAY LOCAL: In Conversation, 10 a.m., Ch. 13: Host Joan Waterfield has the tables tamed on her as more than 20 representatives of groups she has been associated with take over the show. MOVIE: The Fuller Brush Girl, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Lucille Ball stars as a1 cosmetics saleswoman who becomes involved in smuggling. MOVIE: Hand In Hand, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A 1961 story of friendship between a Roman Catholic boy and a Jewish girl. With Loretta Parry and Phillip Needs. PrcgrBim by the radio end tele voridicn In ptojrnm MhidgM li by Ihs iloliont and U not ipeniibilily ef Thi Htrold Iwrwoy CHEC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Major News Dinner Wuman's World Back la the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow CHEC-FM THURSDAY BreaMast With Bruce Major News Farm Show News, Wthr., Sports News, Wthr, Sport News, Wthr., Sports MON. THRU News 15 minules fo the hour Larry Donahue WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probs 1220 World at Six Request Ac I ion Line News.. Sport, Wthr Larry Donahue CHEC Minutes to _____ _. ....____ Chuck Tanner Bob Lang THURSDAY News and Grain Jim Elliott Prices News, Wthr., Sport Jack "fhys Party News, WHir, Sport Line 8M5 Phone Bill Show 3.3n Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Rob Ingram Show News, Wlhr, Sport i: 00 World a! CBR Six Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age of Elegance SSnJfkr' Rule and Revolution Concern Ideas Network News Midnight THURSDAY Eye Opener News World at El From Ths Caoltals Commentary Five Night] Thealri Nathan Cohen Morning Concert Consumer! Matinee Pratley it ths Movies Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast News and Weather Matinee Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Concert Gerrusil Actuality SAVINGS! ACT FAST! WHILE THEY LAST! 6 Transistor Radios 1 Small Appliances 10% Off! 1 Color TV, with trade OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE Q APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 323-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Mormon Tiber- Movie: nGcle Choir One- Thre Teleprobe 7 THURSDAY Movie: Prince Who Mr. Drescup was a Thief (c) Holiday Film Han5e, and Grele, This Land (c) Staff Children's News Christmas Lee Drew's Children's Hour Movie: Fuller Brush Girl Our Town Take JO Edge of Night Galloping isourmet Bangna Snlits (c) Calgary litcrtaith Choir CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGnT THURSDAY Place News (c) Thought for Day Beat the Clock (c) NHL Vancouver National News Lucy Show (c) at Toronto (c) University of Air Buckshot (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Movie: Name of the Game File: Seventy (c) Sports Beaf 70 News (c) News (c) Movie: Under Ihe Yum Yum Tree Miss Helen tc> Sonet Box (c) Ed Allen Wild Whirl ol Fashion (c) ition Hand Jury In Another World (c) Trouble wiih Tracy I Dream of jeannie (c) :30 Wynne's Pad (c) Wynne': Flintsfi 'ones (c) In Conversation Pierre Berton (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) A3 the World Turns Today in Montana Days of Our Lives News Conccntralibn (c) The noclcrs (c) Men from Shiloli Family Affair (c) Another World (c) Hawaii Five-0 Hollywood Squares rl Niglit (c) Kraft Music Hall Jeopardy (c) 2-CO Corner Pyle (c) Mews Who, What, Mike (c) Tonight Show C-atns Hillbillies (c) THURSDAY NEWS Cronkite News Our World Another World NBC Nightly NCWS Salule Agriculture Somerset (c) Family Affair KFBE-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY News (c! News Secret Storm (c) Captain Kangaroo One Life to Live Dinah Shore (c) Words and Music Jack LaLnnne (c) Love Is a Many Salo of Ccnfupy c Splendored Tiling Gallcpjng Gourmet Dark Shadows's World General Hospildl Apart (c) That Girl All My Children Bewitched Let's Make a Deal Dating Newlywed Garni (c) News The Governor and J.J. Eddie's Father Danny Thomas 7-30 Room 252 Johnny Cash Glen Campbell News Dan August (c) Dick Cavett DO, RE, OH Nine-year-old David Richardson, member of the New Jersey Boys Chorus School of Newark, gives his best during a concert in front of the Rockefeller Plaza Christmas tree in New York, at least until he becomes aware his picture was being taken, right. Vast purge at Prague NEW YORK (AP) A vast purge that has deprived Czecho- slovakia of the services of many of its leading-scientists, acade- micians, journalists, govern- ment functionaries and other in- t e 1 i e u t u a 1 s is under way throughout the country, the New York Times reports. Basing its account on infer- {subway in Prague. Others have mation from Prague, The Times says the widespread dismissals from their positions of intellec- tuals not deemed "reliable" had demoralized the country. The account says some intel- lectuals have been unable to find work. Some are digging a laior U.S. banks cut prime rate NEW YOHIC (AP) Sora major United States banks cu ieir prime interest rate Tues day to per cent from seve cent because of what the said is a slackening demand fo It was Ihe fifth reduction thi year in the rate charged com msrcial banks' biggest an most credit-worthy mainly corporations. A lower prime rate was ex nected economists to be re fleeted eventually in mortgag and personal loan interes charges. The newest round of cuts wa initiated by Chase Manhatta Bank of New York, which als launched the previous reductio four weeks ago. The move was cmickly fo lowed bv such major institutions as the Bank of America of Sa Francisco, the world's larges bank; First National City Chemical New York ard Irvin Trust of New York; Clevelam Trust Co., First National Banl of St. Lo-.iis, and Citizens an- Southern National Bank of At lanta. Chase Manhattan said move was dictated bv its policy of "keeping a flexible primi rate that is fully resoonsive ti money market rates." 'We believe that this reduc tion is justified by the decline in market rates and the general1-! moderate loan demand in the four weeks since we last re- duced the prime Chase added. With the demand for money Camp closed near blast location 1IERCTJRY, Nev. (AP) The U.S. Atomic Energy Com mission has closed for at least one week a work camp near the site of a nuclear detonation that blew radioactive dust and dirt into the atmosphere Friday. The camp, about 10 miles from where nuclear test shot convulsed from 900 feet under- neath the desert, had been used to feed and house some 600 workers at the Nevada test site. Tlie immediate area around ground zero was so intensely ra- dioactive tliat nobody has been allowed to go near it, an AEC spokesman said Monday. When asked the radiation in the camp area was dangerous, the spokesman said: "It de- pends on how long you were ex- posed to it." Tlie workers were evacuated after expanding gases in the test shaft broke through the earth's surface, releasing radia- tion detected as far away as southern Wyoming three daj's later. But the AEC said fallout out- side the mile peri- meter of the test site was too iow to pose any danger to hu- man health and was hardly de- tectable. easing, the prime rate has de- scended gradually since it spurted to a record per cent June 9, 1959. National City Bank of Minne- apolis went further than other banks by trimming its prime rate one-half of a percentage point to per cent from seven per cent. Air Canada help tvon't lose jobs MONTREAL (CP) The transfer of Air Canada's Ottawa reservation operations to Mont- real next October will improve service and will not put any em- ployees out of work, an airline spokesman said today. ClaudeGregoire, regional public relations manager, said the 50-odd employees involved will be transferred to Montreal and Toronto. Mr. Gregoire said the central- ization of reservations facilities provides improved sendee at lower cost and is "a trend in the airline industry." Quebec City reservations now are booked in Montreal, Victo- ria and Seattle reservations in Vancouver and London and Windsor reservations in To- ronto. In the Ottawa case, residents would continue to call the same telephone number but the call would be answered in Montreal. teen forced to rely on their wives to take sweeping jobs in factories. Alexander Duhcck, ousted Communist party leader, is said to be waiting for a job as a forester. Universities have been stripped of many of their lead- ing faculty members; the press, radio and television have lost many of their top journalists; the upper levels of government have lost civil servants. Even Communist party mem- bership has fallen to from 1.6 million, the story says. A mood of despair has settled over the country, the account adds, with Gustav Husak, the current Communist leader, pressing the purge to meet the demands of the Soviet Union. The purge has added to the drain on talent experienced by Czechoslovakia after the Rus- sian invasion in 1968, which sent many Czechoslovaks into exile. Bette Davis stars in London fill LONDON (AP) Actre Bette Davis is to star in a Bri ish movie as the wickede woman in the world, the Ass ciated Television Co. has an nounced. The company says Mis Davis, co-starring with Robe Wagner, would play a sort of f male Fu Manchu in the movi to be called Madame Sin. The picture is to be made Britain, and later turned into television series If it proves box office success. CAMP EAGLE, South Vie nam (Reuter) Comedian Bo Hope, cracking jokes abou marijuana, was given a fcremei dous welcome when he bega liis seventh Cliristmas tour Vietnam here today. Hope was greeted by U.S. of then waving their fingers in the sign for peace. Camp Eagle, the headqua ters of the U.S. 101st Airborn Division, is just south of Hue. Hope seemed more attuned the mood of the soldiers than h PLAN PARADE OTTAWA (CP) _ A torch- light parade in support of un- employed youth will be organ- ized by Canadian Student Lib- erals at the organizations an- nual meeting at Winnipeg Feb. 26-28. China releases British banker LONDON (Reuter) Chin freed today one of the last re- maining Britons it has been holding in captivity. He was DaviB Johnston, 56 former manager of the Sliang fai branch of the Chartenx Bank. Johnston was arrested o charges of spying in August 19C8. The foreign office said it hat received word of Johnston's re- lease from Pekuig today. DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Stora Bldg. PH. 327-7244 lelhbrldgo Today's Shdwtirties PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Looking Glass War" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hello and Goodbye" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Ghost Italian Style" Last Compete Show ARMADA Presents TOM NORTHCOTT IN CONCERT PLUS THE FLYING COLORS Wednesday, December 23rd LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION DOORS OPEN P.M. RESTRICTED 17 YEARS AND OVER A Special InvilaHon fo all College and University Student! to Attend THIS WEEK AT THE ItfURKHlZAI MOTOR HOTEL EMBASSY IOUNGE HARRY BAILEY at the ORGAN TUESDAY thru SATURDAY IMPERIAL LOUNGE Direct fro.m the Philippines "ROSALIA PASCUAL" MONDAY thru SATURDAY PIRATES COVE CABARET "HORSE" WEDNESDAY NIGHT ONLY THIS WEEK e 6 n s B e I SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS: CHRISTMAS EVE.......... CLOSED 8 P.M. CHRISTMAS DAY ..____ 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. BOXING DAY 9 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT NEW YEAR'S EVE CLOSED 8 P.M. NEW YEAR'S DAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 9 ti LONG IN HOSPITAL Before his denili on March 2R. President Eisenhower i patient in Waller Reed Ilospi- al for a tolal of 318 days. was last year when his patriotic remarks drew boos and lie con- fessed that ho had not known what the peace sign meant. Among his jokes: "I believe a lot of you are In- terested in officers said a lot of you were growing your own grass." "We shouldn't take pot away from the should give it to tlic negotiators in Paris." WASHINGTON (AP) David V. Han-is, draft-resister hus- band of folk singer Joan Bacz, has been granted a parole from prison effective March 15. The federal board of parole chairman, George J. Reed, said Monday that Harris, who is serving three years for refusing to submit to induction into the armed forces, planned to return to his wife and infant son at Palo Alto, Calif. Second-best year seen CALGARY (Cl'J The city will reach its second best building year if construct ion permits are issued in the next year for projects already ap- proved, Planning Director Mi- chael Rogers said here. He said Calgary is expeetcd to end 1970 with ;.175 million worth of permits, exceeding last year's total by million but S3 !r.illion short of the record year in IOCS. The major contribution during the last three months was a 520 million first stage of the new Mount Royal College campus. Office construction dropped from ?32 million in 1968 to million in 1969 and only mil- lion this year, Mr. lingers said. LARGE CITY The largest city in the Philip- pines is Manila, which has about 1.4 million people. from RAY at the 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. Phons 328-4144 WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 9 p.m. December 24th (CHRISTMAS EVE) 'til 9 a.m. December 26th (BOXING DAY) SOUTHER N ALBERTA THEATRES i-' PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Special "SNEAK PREVIEW" loaded with action. Wednes- day, December 23. Show at p.m. Theatre CLOSED Thursday, December 24. TABER Tower Theatre "A BULLET FOB PRETTY BOY" In color. Starring Fabian and Joeelyn Lane. Wednesday and Thursday, De- cember 23 and 24. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Ge! more out of lifa Take the family to a IF YOU WERE A GHOST ADULT IN SOPHIAS HOUSE YOU WOULDN'T STAYIN THE ATTIC EITHER! TONIGHT and THSJRS. At and p.m. A FRWMVICH PRODUCTION CHRiSTOFKER R ChWFJ EASTMAN COi.03 Pitas A U U L' SHOWING TONIGHT and THURSDAY We've been peeking through the keyhole I vi me i nvici a Join us. RESTRICTED ADULT CURT CRAWFORD -JURGENS GENEVIEVEGILLES "Hello- Goodbye" MATINEE AT p.m. TODAY and THURS. EVENINGS a! and p.m. ;