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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July 5, 1972 THE LE7HBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPOIIT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Cli. 7. TOE Los Angeles Dodgers meet the Expos in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: Out of the Chult, p.m., Ch. 13. A documentary about a young man's entry into the profes- sional rodeo circuit. DOCUMENTARY: Jacques Couslcau, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Tha men of the Ca ypso study Uie northern sea elephant at its refuge in Gualalupc. MOVIE DHAMA: 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Two detec- tives aro detailed to watch a gun film of 1954 vintage. DOCUMENTARY: Gaslight, p.m., Ch. 7. "Frank Slide and the Rum Runners" is part of the series on Al- berta history with hast Jerry Puckett and guest Frank An- derson. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Virgin 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Two young newlyweds set up housekeeping on a tiny, uninhabited island. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Man In the White 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The 1952 English classic about an eccentric, scientist who creates a fabric Uiat will never wear out. I ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! listed by Ihe radio and television jiotioni. Any variation in program icheduls ii du< to lou- mlnule changes by Ihe Italians and ii not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Diilribulon Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NISHT THUBID4T Lto Dow B-rvl Cl.rk John Ollv.r Tessicr WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker ReqUMl Line John Charles a-m. Terry Vogl Kins CJOC THURSDAY News, Wlhr, Sport Newi and Grain CBC News Prices News, Wlhr, Sport Thys Phons Bill Show Wavno Barry Walker Probe 1220 World Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hell Hour WON. THRU SAT. Dan MncMflsler Concerts (Bob Consle) Don MacMesler Don Hedmen Sign-Off CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT From Ihe Capitals This Counlry s-nn World M six Five Nights a weeK Radio Noon 6.00 Word at Six Vancouver Chamber stockmarket As H Happens Orrlhestra Holiday Concern Wrillen In Rock Home Run The PfaymaKerj World af 6 News, Sporls, Wlhr World nl B As It Happens CLCC if News Hourly Weather Half Hour 7-00 Duene Meyers Major News Major Newi News Doug Gossen Oberg John Malakcff Carol Sears SONY DEMO SPECIALS On Sale Today Only OPEN TO P.M. TONITE ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and tPkotoplapliic Cent el 419 5th Sf. S. Phone 378-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT TeJeprobe 7 or Gaslight (c) Consequeni Teleprobe Expo BdS Sporls We Movie: Pushover News (cl Movie: Novel Affair IMURSDAT Farm Fads Romper Rooi Mr. Dressup Friendly Giai Chez Helens Sesnme Strei McHale'i Navy TBA Movie: Virgin Island 2.30 Summer Town Take 30 Edge of Nigh! Family Court Drop In Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Beal Ihe Clock Movie: The Man In WEDNESDAY NlGnl Pierre Berfon Family Afrair David Frost I Dream of Jeannle 03 News 30 fc) SO Out o) the Chute Jacques Couslcau 03 Please Sir 30 Jason King 30 Sportstcai 72 :OQ News [Cl 20 News KRTV Great Fa ;CDh.'fiSDAV MIGHT 30 News 00 Cdn Pro Foolball 30 Gov and JJ. 00 Medical Ccnlre :00 News 30 Tonight Show THURSDAY 15 Oirr World J5 Salute Agriculture Today in Montana Concentration THUR5DAV Ihe White Suit Wrist's Ihe Good icr Day :3Q Rupert Ecar "Ul Fashions in Sewing Another World (c) 00 Ycga (c) Anything 30 Houao of Frighten- You Can Do stein (c) Balman (c) 55 Norlh Maple Bewitched 00 All Ahoul Faces Family Affair Channel 3 (Cableviiion Ch. 9) 00 Sale of tha Century Edgo of Night .coSpW 30 Wher, Mar [c) 55 News Lucy Show 00 Love Is i Many My Three Sons (c) Splendorod Thing Beverly Hillbillies 30 As the World Turns News 00 News NBC Nlghlly News 30 Doctors (c) News 00 Another World Dick Van Dyke (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} NIGHT WEDNESDAY News News Poom 322 Partridge Family The Super _ ____ and San e Jack LaLanm Marty Feldman Audrey (c) Bank ol England Lets MaKl a DBA! THURSDAY NGWlywed Garni Farm News (c) News News Secret Storm Captain Kangaroo One Life Dlnnh's Place Our Llvei (O General Hojpllal Three on A Match Comedy Machine c Galloping Gourmet Dallno Ganii Emergency Where Ihe Hear) It Split Second News News bewitched Corner Bur Search for Password Movie: Tho Day Tomorrow News They Rchhed tho All My Children Ncwi Program lo cost million GovL hopes to make film-makers more competitive MONTREAL fCP) State Secretary Gerard Pelletler Tuesday told private Canadian film-makers how the govern- ment hopes to start making them competitive. Noting Hie program would cost the government in 1972-73, Air. Pelletier said It is designed "to put our own Back taxes repayment CBC issue OTTAWA (CP) The Com- mons public accounts commit- tee said in a report tabled in the Commons the CBC should take immediate steps to recover from 17 of its employ- ees who worked in the United States between 1965 and 1968. The money represents the amount the CBC paid on behalf of the 17 to the United States in- ternal revenue service. CBC employees in New York and Washington became liable to U.S. income tax in 1965 but the tax was not deducted from their paycheques since CBC was attempting to have the ruling changed. After a three-year appeal process, the ruling remained and the corporation paid the back taxes for its employees. The committee report said the CBC should have tried to re- cover these monies at the time since the payment represented "a beneficial payment to such persons." HENDERSON SPOTS IT The case was first brought to the attention of Parliament in 19G9 by Auditor-General Max- well Henderson. The public accounts commit- tee established a subcommittee in 1371 to look into the matter and report back to the full com- mittee. Today's committee re- port said all MPs on the com- mittee agree with the subcom- mittee's recommendations. The CBC contention has been that it cannot legally demand payment of the back taxes from the employees. The committee said the CBC's action was Inadequate in not protecting itself against becom- ing liable to pay the employees' taxes. While it set up a fund lo pay corporate taxes in the event thai it became liable to U.S. taxes, it had not done the same in regard to its employees. The names of the 17 employ- ees have never been made pub- lic. Wheat quota is extended WINNIPEG (CP) The E quota for wheat has been ex- tended to the remaining four prairie shipping blocks, the Canadian Wheat Board an- nounced today. The change, ef- fective immediately, brings all delivery points under the one- bushel quota. The four blocks affected by the change are: Regina north, Pasqua, Regina west and Out- look. TODAY'S PROBLEMS Dr. 0. M. Solandt, retired chairman of the Science Council of Canada told press conference in Ottawa that the government should ricvolc more of its science hudgct lo solving the proh- Icms of Ihr. day racing most government departments. He nlso said the government should decide soon on Ihe fu- ture structure and policies of the National Research Coun- cil, helorc stall morale dete- riorates. house In order by belter co-ordi- nating Hie federal institutions to ensure more coherent development of the public sector of the He said it is being done bo- cause "despite the rising quanU ily and quality of films being produced (in the situa- tion was not healthy; a climate of uncertainty and disorder pre- vailed in the country." 8-STAGE PROGRAM Mr. Pelletier proposed an eight-stage program including: an advisory com- mittee on film consisting of five federal cultural representatives the National Film Board, the CBC, the Canadian Film Development Corp., the Canada Council and the Public five public repre- sentatives. the National Film Board competitive with private film-makers for all federal film contracts and establishing NFB regional offices in Vancouver, the Prairies and the Maritimcs as well as in Toronto. CBC use of boll) NFB and private films made in Canada as well as developing a Needs upgrading EDMONTON (CP) A cab- inet minister who has just in- spected Alberta House in London says he Is impressed with its "potential." Don Gelty, minister of Inter- governmental affairs, said Tu- esday, however, he is recom- mending to the Alljerta cabinet that the province's office in England be either improved or closed. He added that so far the of- fice has been operating on "a shoa budget." COMEDIENNE AND PIANIST Comedienne Phyllis Diller, in San Francisco for a series of appearances as a classical pianist the symphony orchestra, takes time out from her busy schedule for a television filming in be- half of a charity drive. Phyllis had 17 years of classical piano study in her past, but gave it up to go into comedy. "Now I am easing into concert piano and the critics can't review my she says. "I mix comedy with it." GREEN ACRES Gates Open 9 p.m. Complete Show at 10 p.m. SHOWING THURS. and FRIDAY ADULT Meel Henry Hennetia... the laugh riot of the year. Paramount Pictures Dressnls A HOWARD W. KOCH- HHIARDELKINS PRODUCTION HIT NO. 2 'GUNNGHT I wilh JOHNNY CASH KIRK DOUGLAS CBC-NFB-privale sector agree- ment on co-production. the CFDC budget by 510 million to million to undertake a study of multilal eral ventures i n c 1 u d i n g the CBC, the NFB and private dis- tributors, "the creation ot con- sortiums for planning our pres- ence abroad and the establish- ment ol parallel distribution networks subsidized by the gov- ernment." the present duties of the CFDC regarding grants to technicians in the hands of the Canada Council and increas- ing the council grants budget "for advanced research for ex- peri m e n t s in Canada or abroad." a national film archives under the Public Ar- chives of Canada. a film festival of- fice to co-ordinate Canadian film presentations at festivals in Canada and abroad. a pilot theatre in the nations! capita! region for exclusive shov.'ing of Canadian films. Mr. Pellotier said the next area of the industry to be inves- UgElcd v.ill he the distribution of Canadian films domestically and internationally. Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Bedknohs and Broomsticks" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Cabaret" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subtects "Cowboys" Last Complete Show r.REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Gyro Bingo "Good Guys and Bad Guys" "Great Bank Robbery" One Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suile 0-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7544 Ulhbrrfne SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRE! CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" In color. Starring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Wednesday, July 5. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PRIVATE DUTY NURSES" In color. It's what they do off duty that's really private. Wednesday pnd Thurs- day, July 5 and 6 Wednesday show at SH5 p.m. Re- stricted Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln Thursday, July 6 is Bargain Night. per car. A western in color. Starring Terrence SLsmp and Joanne Pettit. Thursday, July 6. Cartoon starts at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "MURPHY'S WAR" In color. and Sean Phillips. Wednesday, Thursday si'.d Friday, July 5, 6 and 7. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. GREEN ACRES Gates Open 9 p.m. One Complete Show at 10 p.m. TONIGHT ONLY Gyro JACKPOT IF WON IN SO NUMBERS IF NO WINNER BLACKOUT BINGO FOR PLUS REGULAR BINGO POR PRIZES ON THE SCREEjj "GREAT BANK ROBBERY" IN TECHNICOLOR ZEHO MOSTEL CUNT WALKER HIT NO. 2 "GOOD GUYS AND BAD GUYS" IN TECHNICOLOR ROBERT MITCHUM GEORGE KENNEDY ADMISSION EVERYBODY WHICH INCLUDES ONE FREE BINGO CARD Gates Open Play Bingo Till p.m. KIDS 75c ANYTIME NOW SHOWING ot and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Tonfte and Thurs. at ond p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE Tonite and Thurs. at and p.m. Gets to crawling bugs before they jeltoyoif. Kills ants where to stop crawling insects from crawling in on you this summer. Not all the bugs that bug you in the summertime are airborne. Roaches don't fly. Nor do ants, spiders, waterbugs, fleas, crickets, earwigs or silverfish. And trying to stop them with a spray insecticide that's meant for killing flying insects is tough. Because those bug killers don't have the staying power that Crawl-Tox has. The big difference in Crawl-Tox is an ingredient called Diazinon. It keeps working effectively week after week. Spray base- boards, drain pipes and steps and you'll stop most ground attacks before they even get started. Unless you have a special ant problem, of course. If you do, the best defence is to attack with Tat Ant Traps. Just place Tat Ant Traps wherever you see ants indoors or out. Ants will lake bait from the traps back to the colony and in 3 to 5 days, the entire colony will be destroyed. Crawl-Tox and tat Ant Traps. Between them they can stop anything that crawls. Cnwl-Tox nntl Tal Ant Trap .ire ReRislfiroriTradn Marks OF CIDA GEIGY CANADA LID. 66th ANNUAL RODEO OF CHAMPIONS 'MIDNIGHT DAYS' FORT MACLEOD JULY 7th, 8th, 9tii FRIDAY, JULY 7 'LITTIE ROYAl1 MARKET CATTLE COMPETITION SHOW AND SALE SATURDAY, JULY 8 PARADE OPEN HORSE SHOW LIVE ENTERTAINMENT if BAVARIAN BEER GARDEN AND DANCE SUNDAY, JULY 9 PANCAKE BRCAKfASI GRAND ENTRY AND RODEO ;