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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS Rita Hay worth ends TV holdout By BOB THOMAS sang with her own voice. TUESDAY MOVIE: The Spoilers, p.m., Ch. 7: An Alaskan investi- gates a dispute over the ownership of his gold mine. Anne Baxter and Jeff Chandler. MOVIE: The Point. p.m., Ch. 11: Duston Hoffman narrates an animated musical fantasy about a round-headed hov born into a land of pointy-headed people. DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m.. Ch. 13: A rerun about an undercover policeman's involvement with a former gu-t frieod and her family's power struggle. With Mar- 8 SPECIAL: He's Your Dog. Charlie Brown, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A rerun in which Snoopy is sent away to learn obedience and doggy social graces. PUBAFFAIRS: First Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: Scheduled segments include a look at how some record companies are exploiting the late Janis Joplin's fame, plus a rerun for Ca- nadians of Michael Maclear's filmed visit to North Vietnam. PHOFrLE: Derek Sanderson, p.m., Ch. 7: lele- scope visits with the Boston Bruin player, TV interviewer and outspoken personality. VARIETY: Nashville North, p.m-, Ch. 13: Guests are Jeannie C. Riley, lolksinger Kris Kristofferson and the Bells, a folk-rock group. DRAMA: Men at Law, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Formerly The Storefront Layers, this series tonight focusses on a lawyer defending a college student who is accused of killing a po- SPECIAL: 9 p.m., Ch. 13: The U.S. Forest Ser- vice fights raging flames and intensely high temperatures during a fire which eventually claimed acres of forest. i WEDNESDAY MOVIE- The Girl Door, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A stage star (June Haver) and a cartamist (Dan Dailey) are suburban neighbors. DV DUB HOLLYWOOD (AP) One of "Harry Conn would never let we last movie star holdouts me sing in said the made her debut as a TV enter-! actress, who was under contract. Smer tL weekend Rita 1 to Cohn at Columbia during her! Hayworth. She clowned on the heyday in the 1940s and 19oOs. Carol Burnett Show and even "Harry always liked that big- bang sound in his musicals, and; How did Carol Burnett nab he claimed my voice wasn't: her? loud enough. Except for the bar "I had seen Carol do a lake- SCCBC in Gilda when I Put' off on Gilda on her show, and I Drugs in bulk scheme studied TORONTO (CP) Health Minister Thomas Wells said here he intends to meet offi- cials of the Ontario Hospital Services Commission and On- tario Hospital Association to see U.S. brokers broke rules liMd ill k nlnuti miixn hr .irf if Tkl H.roW lolwi, TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six On The Ball a.m. Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather k CJOC end Sports News, Weather and Sports Phone Blil Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Party Line Matinee Bob Lang World at Six if CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on TUESDAY NIGHT Farm Show Dinner 7.33 News, Sport, Wthr Bill Brown "nn Back to the Bible Ma'or News 7-30 The Voice of China Music with 7M5 Musical Interlude George Ferguson 8-00 World Tomorrow Total Information a.m. Simulcast Hour CHEC-FM Music with WEDNESDAY Gerry GivenS Breakfast with Stock Market Ron Rosvold Sport, News, Wthr. CBR the half hour CHEC-FM MOM. THRU THURS. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour John Henry Oliver Bill Brown Other Side with JacK Davies Bill Brown Chuck Tanner Ron Legse WASHINGTON (AP) The United States agriculture de- partment announced today that 22 brokers on the Chicago Mer- cantile Exchange have admitted violating federal rules a year ago concerning the trading ot pork belly futures. officials said no formal charges were brought against the traders and that each has signed a "stipulation of compli- ance" with the department, agreeing not to engage in such practices again. The crackdown grew out of a Commodity Exchange Authority investigation of trading in pork bellies on the Chicago exchange in February last year, the de- partment said. "The investigation disclose! numerous instances of improper practices in entering into trades on the exchange the an nouncement said. Officials said such practices included taking the opposite side of customers' orders with out first receiving consent, off setting customers' orders making false records Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at six Tib? Guest'Tppearence WEDNESDAY Operas We Like Eye opaner Tuesday Night World at Eight National News Commentary From the capitals Gerrusil Theatre Morning Concert Orchestral Matinee Music Past Midnight ONE! Alta. at Noon Atternoon School Broadcast Afternoon Concert BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson if bulk purchasing of drugs by the provincial government can be extended to cover general hospitals. Mr Wells said in an interview that present government bulk purchasing covers most of the drugs used in Ontario mental hospitals, municipal homes for the aged, public health units and two schools- for the deaf and blind operated by the provincial education department. Mr Wells said the govern- ment bought between mil- ion and S3 million worth o[ drugs in bulk in the 1969-70 fis- cal year representing a saving of about ?1 million on unit prices. Mr. Wells' comments followed an announcement last week by Manitoba Premier Ed Schreyer hat his government hopes to es- tablish a drug purchasing for all hospitals, public tealtn units and pharmacists in [he province. However "there is no ques- tion of a program to wipe out retail pharmacists" in Ontario. The health minister said iriany large general hospitals al- ready co-operate to purchase their drugs in bulk and may al- ready be getting them as cheaply as the government could. the Blame on Mame and one song in Pal Joey, he always used someone else's voice. Fine thing! I had studied singing since I was a little girl." i The Burnett Show marks Rita Haywodh's debut as an enter- tainer on television. Her other apnearances have been talk show in England, a docu- mentary and a network account of her present life. Her beauty remains little touched by her years, 51. In- stead of the long auburn tresses which were a trademark, she thought it was hiiaricus. I sent her a wire saying so. Then in a couple of interviews I men- tioned that if I ever did televi- sion, it would be with Carol Burnett. She suggested it, and I agreed." Rita is not one to dwell on the past. She would rather talk about today's has al- ways been politically L her is mar- ried, Yasmin, a college student the present movie scene. The frankness of films in 1970s is an improvement over now wears her hair short with waif-like curls. She lives in a stylish mansion behind Bev- erly Hills Hotel. While she doesn't work as often as she'd like, she did make a French film in the Canary Islands last year. The title: The Road to Sa- lina. 1970s is an improvement the tight-handed censorship ofjr-IOOClS previous years, she believes. Rita was asked if she would have played nude scenes. "Absolutely she said. "Yes, I know a lot of actresses are doing it now. But they're doing it so they can get jobs. It's sad." Actress-iii-exile blasts Greek military regime F.b.uo.y J, 1971 THE lETMRIOGE HERAID 5 Women ninkc best bosuns -ichais new? CAMBRIDGE. England (AP) A scientist said today women the U.V. bosses. "But mc-n, who have held the whip-hand for centuries, don't "like t skint' orders from a reported Sir John Baker, emeritus professor of mechanical sci- ences at the University o! Cambridge. Sir John said one reason women boss better is that they learned patience and "how to cope" when thev ran a home. The research committee headed by Sir John urged a program to get more women into mathematics and the sciences. RITA HAYWOKTIl Makes the jump NEW YORK (AP) Melina Mercouri, outspoken opponent of the Greek military regime, is disappointed aged. but not discour- "The only thing I know now is that we are says the Athenian actress-in-exile of un- Court rides councillor stand trial STRUCK BY CYCLONES MOSCOW (Eeuter) The Kamchatka peninsula in the So- viet Far East has been struck by six cyclones, damaging power and communications lines, Tass news agency re- ported Monday NOW IN PROGRESS AT BESTWAY FEATURING GREAT BUYS LIKE THIS: ARMLESS LOUNGE SALE, ONLY S 78 EASILY ARRANGED OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS CONVENIENT TERMS f FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 spiderman 11 Movie: Teleprobe 7 Wal" Movie: The Spoilers WEDNESDAY Red Skelton 9-30 Mr. Dressup Telescope (c) Western Schools Men at Law (c) Friendly Giant Tuesday Night (c) Chei Helene News ic) Sesame Streef Lee Drew's Child- ren's Hour Mvie: The Girl Next Door (c) Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night (c) Galloping bpurmet Drop In Huckleberry Hound _ ___________ _____ CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Randall and 0 Wynne's Pad (c) 0 Flintstones (cl ifr In Conversation WEDNESDAY The Best Of Berton Peyton Place Beat the Clock (c) Show {c! Flintstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies News Gunsrnoke (c) Julia (c) Carol Burnett Man nix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture Today Show (c) Our Lives (c) Today in Montana The Doctors ,w Concentration (c) Nljht fc) Family Affair Corner Pyle (c) Hollywood Squares Mike Douglas (c) Jeopardy (c) Hillbillies it) Who, What, Where Cronkite News (c) Game NBC Nightly News News Mayberry R.F.D. Another World News (c) Somerset ic> Hall of Fame: World Turns (c) The Price (cj KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) Secret Storm (c) News Jack LaLanne One Life 10 Liv Sale of the Words and Music To Rome Wllh Love (c) Movie: The Point First Tuesday News (c) TBA Dirk Cavett WEDNESDAY Capt. Kangaroo Century Love is a Many Galloping Gourmet Splendorcd Thing Audrey Dark Shadows A World Apart (c) General Hospital All My Children That Girl Make a Deal (c) Bewitched Ncwlywed Game Dating Game News News LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ALL THIS WEEK! EL RANCHO LOUNGE "NATE" STRONG Daily to p.m. No Cover Charge SOUTHERN ALBERT A THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfctir Theatre "JENNY" In color. Starring Mario Thomas and Alan Alda. Tuesday, February 2. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THEY SHOOT HORSES DON'T THEY" In color. Star- ring Jane Fonda, Gig Young and Susanna York. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 2 and 3. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE GAMES" In color. Starring Ryan O'Neal, Jeremy Kemp, Elaine Taylor and Stanley Baker. Tuesday, February 2. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "GIANT" In color. Starring Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor and James Dean. Tuesday, February 2. One show only at p.m. Adult. Gel out of life Take the family to a movie OTTAWA (CP) The Su- preme Court of Canada turned to ordinary dictionary defini- tions to support a ruling today that an elected municipal coun- cillor is a public official bound by a duty to honor the public's trust The nine justices ruled that Roy Sheets of Red Deer, Alta., should stand trial on a charge that he committed a breach of trust while serving as a Red Deer county councillor in the fall of 1966. The indictment alleged that the councillor arranged pay- ment out of county funds for. work done on his property and for his personal benefit, con- trary to provisions of the Crimi- nal Code. Justice H. W. Riley of the Al- berta Supreme Court quashed the indictment Nov. on the ground that the councillor did not fall within the definition of an official in the relevant section of the Criminal Code. That decision was carried to the appellate division of the Al- berta court, which ruled March 19, 1970, by a two-to-one deci- sion that there was no right of appeal from the quashing of the indictment derground opposition in her homeland. "And perhaps it is good to know you are alone and you must make all the sacri- fices." She regards recent indications of easing political controls by the military junta as "a mas- querade of liberalization." "I think instead that the con- ditions are worse and worse. They destroy the spirit of Greece, they destroy every- thing." She was starring in a Broad- way musical when the Greek military coup occurred in April, 1967. Immediately she went on crusade against the takeover. As a result sire was deprived of Greek citizenship, excornmuiuj cated from the state church and all property there held for- feit. Miss Mercouri is on a visit here to promote her latest fea- ture film, Promise at Dawn, i and during that tour is deter- mined to avoid political appear- ances. Her next film is to be a docu- mentary based on a ease of re- cent political punishment in Greece that was reported to the Council of Europe. Upheaval, she asserted, will come: "If it is not tomorrow, it U.S. region BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) Warmer temperatures and continuing rainfall combined to cause flooding in Northwest Washington that sent 300 per- sons fleeing from their homes and stranded about 200 others at the Mount Baker ski resort j during the weekend. OLD SUPERSTITION An old superstition says that each of the 12 days following Christmas match the weather to be expected during the next 12 months. POPULATION COUNT There are about 31 persons per square mile of land in Rho- (iesia. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thought 327-4581 Jobless total is higher than quoted Time Limit For Receiving Petitions For Private Bills Take notice that the time for receiv- ing petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Asembly will ex- pire on Monday, the First day of February, 1971. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. CALGARY (CP) Unem- ployment is closer to 20 per cent of the labor force than the six per cent quoted by govern- ments, says President Roy Jamha of the Alberta Federa- tion of Labor. There are a lot of people in both the cities and rural areas who just don't show up in the he said to the Cal- jary Labor Council annual meeting here. "We told government a year ago there was going to be a crisis the did nothing then and they aren't doing anything now. "Any government that al- lows unemployment to exist at this level doesn't deserve to be governing." Bill Paterson, secretary-trea- surer of the labor council, re- ferred to the demonstration by unemployed at the opening of the British Columbia legisla- ture and suggested similar ac- tion by the Labor Federation in Alberta. "Maybe then the government will wake up to what the prob- lems." tunic. will be after tomorrow, and if not after tomorrow it will be one day. It is impossible to ac- cept it, to live like slaves." Small business needs probed OTTAWA (CP) The federal I government is investigating the financial needs of small busi- nesses, farmers and fishery op- erators. Pat Mahoney (L-Cal- gary South) said here. The secretary to the minister of finance reported to the Com- mons committee on finance, trade and economic affairs ftat the department has received complaints that the ceil- ing is too low on loans under the Small Businesses Loans Act, the Fisheries Improvement Loans Act and the Farm Improvement Loans Act. Committee members said some small enterprises do not apply for government-guaran- teed loans because amounts available are too small. Marcel Lambert monton West) said the maxi- mum loan should be increased to and that business vol- ume of up to should be the qualifying definition of a small business. The present limit is annually. Lift censorship BAGHDAD (Reuter) Cen- jorship of press cables sent by oreign correspondents in Iraq, n operation for more than 12 years, has ended, it was an- nounced here. STUDENTS ON BEAT? VANCOUVER (CP) The Vancouver police commission considering a proposal to hire law students from the Univer- sity of British Columbia next summer for duty as police con- stables. Chief John Fisk says Ihc force could use about six students during the summer. Today's Showtomes .'ARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'McKenzie Break" 9.40 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Compleie Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Little Fauss and Big Halsy" Last Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RAD10 and TV JAUV 3 302 13th SI. N. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS' "STEREO FAIR" Coming February 4th and 5th University ___ of Lethbridge CONCERT SERIES 1970-71 SEASON HAROLD ZABRACK (piano) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Wed., Feb. 10th 8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS STUDENTS Tickets at Leister's Music, University General Office, or at the door SHOWING NIGHTLY at and p.m. HURRY! FINAL 3 DAYS! TONIGHT and WED, Tonight ot 7 and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT ROBERT miCHACU. MDFQftD POLLARD IITTU FflUSS BIG HALSV CARTOON and NOVELTY I NEXT ATTRACTION SOLDIER BLUE lECHNICODR8 PANAVISION RESTRICTED ADULT SHOWING TODAY and Wed. MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT P.M. MRAMOUOT 4th AVE 8lh ST 327'5100 MCKENZIE f _________ COLOR -BRIAN KBIHJE BREAK1 I IAN HENDRY KHUB n United Artists STARTS THURSDAY Today, all the suspense and excitement is in English. ;