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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THE IETHBRIDOI HfRAlD - Saturday, Ftbruary 27, 1971 Col. Henderson charged on My Lai massacre WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States Army here ordered a general court martial for Col. Oran A. Henderson on charges that he "wilfully failed to conduct a proper and thorough investigation" of the My Lai massacre three years ago. At the same time, the army dismissed charges of "failure to obey lawful regulations" which were filed against Capt. Dennis H. Johnson, an intelligence officer. This means that only one of 14 officers originally charged in an alleged My Lai coverup attempt will stand trial. LETHBRIDGE PROVINCIAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION Important Meeting Wednesday, March 3rd-8:00 p.m. Park Plaza Windsor Room Agenda: 1. TO SELECT DELEGATES TO ATTEND THE LEADERSHIP CONVENTION IN EDMONTON, MARCH 13TH. 2. SELECT EXECUTIVE FOR EAST AND WEST LETHBRIDGE CONSTITUENCIES. The School of Continuing Education Lethbridge Community College OFFERS BASIC LANDSCAPE This course is designed for the new homeowner or the person who would like to more effectively landscape his existing yard. Instruction on the basic considerations of lewn preparation an planning as well as types, varieties, etc. of brasses, trees, shrubs, flowers that successfully grow in this area. The purpose that each of these serve in the yard landscaping with such factors as which are shade and which are ornamental, what grows best in shady or sunny areas, etc. will also be covered in detail. 5 Mondays beginning March 1, 1971 Fee: $10.00 Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m. HOME GARDENING AND LANDSCAPING Want to know how to beautify your garden and eare for it properly? Here is the course for you. This course is the guide to a more beautiful garden and yard by considering tome of the problems associated with gardening. Care and treatment of trees, shrubs, flowers, grass, etc., covering everything from pruning to the type of fertilizer to use for each variety of garden plant. Topics such as transplanting, spraying, and the types of trees, shrubs and flowers best for this area are dealt with in depth. 5 Wednesdays beginning March 3, 1971 Fee: $10.00 Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m. For further information Telephone 327-2141 LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY - 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Nos.......$500 Game No. 1.................. $ 50 10th Game $100 Jackpot in 55 Nos. 11 Games Prize Money....... $ 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH $1.00 Entry Card $1.00 All Wood Cards 5fjg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday - Banquet facilities HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: The Buffalo Sabres meet the Toronto Maple Leafs. VARIETY: Pearl Baltey, 6:30 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are Perry Como, blues singer B. B. King and the dancing Little Steps. VARIETY: Glen Campbell, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests include Andy Griffith, comic Shecky Greene, plus Canada's Anne Murray. Canada to push Red China sales OTTAWA (CP) - Canadian exports to Communist China last year totalled $142 million, about equal to the average for the previous five years and only about one per cent of Canada's world-wide exports. Imports by Canada again amounted to a mere token amount, $19 million in 1970 compared with $27 million in 1969 and $23 million in 1968. But despite the complexities of dealing with the seven state trading corporations that handle all of China's imports and exports, and the small size of the total trade developing since Canada started commercial relations with China in 1957, the Canadian government hopes for something better. It opened a new embassy and tnade office in Peking in January after exchanging formal diplomatic recognition. The trade department now is encouraging Canadian businessmen *t> take a more active look at China. The department estimates that total Chinese imports front all countries-including those of the Communist bloc-fan to $1.9 billion in 1969, while Chinese exports totalled $2.1 billion. Trade with Western countries -in figures that can be checked through their export and import figures-ran to just over $1 billion in each direction. SALES RANKED FIFTH Canada's sales to China in 1969 totalled $114 million and ranked fifth behind Japan's $391 million, West Germany's $151 million, Britain's $125 million, and Australia's $117 million. Chinese exports went principally to Hong Kong, $327 million, Japan, $235 million, and Singapore, $140 million. Britain, West Germany, France, Italy and Australia bought amounts varying between $40 and $90 million each. Canada's purchases were $26 million. Canada's trade with Communist China began in 1956 with the sale of $2.4 million worth of fer-tilizen, but boomed subsequently when crop failures forced the Chinese to import wheat. The first sales were negotiated in Hong Kong with Chinese representatives, and then by direct contact in Peking with Canadian government trade commissioners. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker, then in office, declared there was nothing inconsistent in Canada trading with Communist China but not recognizing the Communist regime diplomatically. TRADE NARROWLY BASED To the extent that it can now be called flourishing, China-Canada trade is narrowly based. Principal Chinese purchases have been wheat, scrap iron and steel, nickel, scientific instruments and medical equipment. Principal Chinese sales to Canada have been textile products and clothing, $15.3 million in 1969, and peanuts and walnuts, $7.2 million. Other products included furs, feathers and bristles, cutlery and tableware, and some chemicals, the latter amounting to only $303,000. But the federal trade department here now is inviting Canadian businessmen to write to its new commercial counsellor's office at the Canadian embassy, 16 San Li Tun, Peking. It also will service businessmen's inquiries through a considerable bank of trade data in store here. University of Toronto Conservatory  �y tho radio cmrl trlrvivon ^tnt'ori Any vcinnlion in proa t n in s1^ Hulo* .i five to Ins' m � niitn chtingps by l|ir� '.tnlions nnrl n not i be r r vpon^i bil � i y of tnr H fro Id or T t im lilf's Tito Supply. NIOHT Magazine Sat Hit SATURDAY 5:40 Sports 5:33 News 6:03 Indian 7:00 Action Music 8:00 Daryl Ferguson 12:00 Doug Anderson SUNDAY 6:00 News 6:05 Rob Ingram COO News 1:15 Christian Science 8:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:30 t:00 Sunday Magazine 10:00 10:05 11:00 12:30 1:05 4:00 5:00 7:15 :10 9:03 10:00 CJOC ic News Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Pete Snow News Funny You Should 12: Say That 12: Music Scene 1: Capitol Report Continental Holiday 1: Hour of Decision 3: Sunshine Evangel 4 Hour 6 MONDAY 30 Jim Elliott oo News, Wthr, Sport so News, Wthr, Sport :45 Phone Bill Show 05 Wayne Barry 00 Probe 1220 30 News, Wthr, Sport 00 News and Grain Prices 05 Jack Thya 30 Matinee 05 Bob Lang :00 World at Six ? CHEC ? News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports SATURDAY NIOHT 7:00 Back to the Bible 7:30 Music Interlude �:00 World Tomorrow 1:30-6:00 a.m. Simulcast CHEC-FM CHIC-PM News fifteen minutes to the hour. SATURDAY 6:00 Bill Brown 11:00 J. D MacAllister 3:00 Chuck Tanner 7:00 John Henry Oliver 12:00 Ron Legge SUNDAY 6:00 Breakfast with CHEC �:0o Morning Melodies 12:00 Total Information Hour 1:00 Caroussel with Richard Gordon 6:00 Dinner Showcase with Jack Davles 6:45 Mennonlte Hour 7:00 Showcase 6:00 World Tomorrow 8:30 Back to God 9:00-12:00 Simulcast CHEC-FM CHEC-FM News fifteen minutes to the hour. on the Half Hour SUNDAY 6:00 John Charles 12:00 Rick Richards 6:00 Evolution MONDAY 5:30 Breakfast with Ron Rosvold 6:50 Farm Show 7:30 Total Information 12:00 Total Information Hour 1:00 Music With Gerry Glvens 4:35 Stock Market 4:50 Sports, News, Weather ? CBR * Radio 1010 - Calgary SATURDAY NIOHT 6:03 Our Native Land 7:03 Variety Pak 7:30 Your Two Bucks Worth 8:03 Metronome 8:30 Pratley at the Movies 9:03 CBC Stage 10:03 Anthology 11:03 What's New 12:03 Music Past Mid. night SUNDAY 7:03 Morning Concert 7:45 Children's Stories 8:05 Voice ot the Pioneer 8:45 Prairie Gardener 9:03 Sundey Magazine 10:03 Sunday Supplement 11:03 National Arts Centre Orch. 12:10 Capital Report 1:03 Inside from the Outside 1:30 Celebrations 2:03 The Entertainers 3:10 Cross Country Check-Up 4:05 Regional Weather 5:03 TBA 7:30 Funny You Say That 8:00 National News 8:10 Sports 8:30 Studio 71 9:03 Continental Holiday 9:30 Symphony Hall 11:03 Music 12:03 Don Sims Show MONDAY 6:05 Eve Qoener 6:30 News 6:50 Rev. Portman 8:00 World at Eight 8:15 Commentary 8:30 News and Weather 9:10 Galloping Gourmet 9:15 Gerrus'l 9:55 Nathan Cohen 10:03 Morning Concert Should 10:55 Consumers 11:03 Matinee 11:55 Casting about with John Fisher 12:03 Radio Noon 1:15 Afternoon 2:03 School Broadcast 2:30 Matinee 2:55 Personality 3:03 Afternoon Concert 3:55 Actuality 4:00 News 4:10 Tempo 4:30 Max Ferguson LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CHECK PAGE 24 FOR SPECIALS ] TRIMBLES � FOR TIRES -#4R�4�F4Sr, CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIOHT 5:00 Bugs Bunny (c) 6:00 NHL-Buffalo at Toronto (c) 8:30 Country Time (c) 9:00 Movie: Bikini Beach (c) 11:00 News (c) 11:15 Prov. Affairs 11:20 Teleprobe 7 11:30 Movie: My Blood Runs Cold SUNDAY 9:00 Rex Humbard 10:00 Faith for Today 10:30 Crossroads 11:00 Thunderblrds 12:00 Plnnochlo 12:30 TBA 1:00 Beyond Belief 2:00 Living 2:30 C.A.B. Special 3:00 Hymn Sing 3:30 Butler's Beat 4:00 New Majority 4:56 News 5:00 Audubon 5:30 Reach for the Top 6:00 World of Disney (c) 7:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 7:30 Bill Cosby Show (c) 8:00 Ed Sullivan (c) 9:00 Sunday at Nine 10:00 Weekend (c) 11:00 News 11:15 Nations Business 11:20 Teleprobe 7 11:30 Whiteside Travel 12:00 Movie: Worm's Eye View MONDAY 9:20 Farm Facts 9:30 Mr. Dressup -10:00 Alberta Schools 10:30 Friendly Giant (ct 10:45 Chez Helene 11:00 Sesame Street (c) 12:00 Children's Hour 1:00 Movie: The Other Woman 2:30 Our Town 3:00 Take Thirty 3:30 Edge of Nlqht (c) 4:00 Galloping Gourmet 4:30 Drop In 5:00 Huckleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIOHT 4:00 Wide World of Sports (c) 5:30 Alberta Physical Fitness (c) 6:00 Klngo Bingo 6:30 News 6:45 Oil Report (c) 7:00 Glen Campbell 8:00 Tom Jones 9:00 Movie: The Film Flam Man 11:00 News (c) 11:20 News (c) 11:40 Movie: Requiem 11:00 Rural Report 11:30 Western Canada 12:00 Rex Humbard (c) 1:00 Market Place (c) 1:30 Pentecost Presents 2:00 TBA 2:15 PGA Golf Tournament (c) 4:15 TBA 4:30 World Tomorrow 5:00 Travel With Dasilva 5:30 Wild Kingdom 6:00 The Champions U) 7:00 Untamed World 7:30 Hen Haw (c) (or a Gunfighter (c) 8:30 Here's Lucy (c) 9:00 The Human Journey (c) 10:00 FBI (c) 11:00 CTV News (c) 11:20 News (c) 11:40 Oil Report (c) 11:45 Chinchilla (c) 12:00 MacPherson Report 12:30 Sports Digest Day SUNDAY 8:40 Thought for 8:45 News (c) 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Day of Discovery 10:00 Cottonplckers (c) 10:30 Window On Britain (c) MONDAY 10 Thought for Day 15 Jews (c) 30 University of Air 00 Miss Helen 15 Sand Box 00 All About You 15 Parlons Francals 30 Buckshot (c) 00 In Conversation 30 Wild Whirl of F�shlon 00 Peyton Place 30 Man Trap (c :00 Beat The Clock (c) :30 Buckshot 00 Movie: The Blue Panther (c) 30 Jury Trials :00 Another World 30 Trouble with Tracy 00 Pierre Berton 30 Woody Woodpecker 00 Fllnlstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT 4:30 News 5:00 News (c) 5:30 Mission Impossible 6:30 Flip Wilson 7:30 Movie: McCllntock