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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTSI THURSDAY SPECIAL: Tom Jones, p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are Connie Stevens, the Muppets, singer Dave Edmunds and the Band of the Welsh Guards. DRAMA: Dan August, p.m., Ch. 11: The investiga- tion of the murder-rape of a young woman who had re- ceived obscene telephone calls. With Sal Mineo. RETURN: Vic Damonc, 8 p.m., Ch. 9: Repeat of a 1967 musical series, tonight features guests George Jessel and singer Don Cherry. COMEDY: The Blue-Eyed Horse, p.m., Ch. 13: A man has trouble explaining that Ms wife has not disappear- ed; she's been transformed into a horse. With Ernest Borg- nine and Joan Blondell. MOVIE: The Happening, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1967 drama about an ex-Mafia hood who is kidnapped by thrill-seeking youths. Stars Anthony Quinn and George Maharis. REPORT: Here Come the 70s, p.m., Ch. 13: A look at how performance improving drugs are used in athletics. MOVIE: Diary of a Madman, p.m., Ch. 7: Based on a Guy dc Maupassant story, a macabre tale of a man possessed by an evil spirit. With Vincent Price. FRIDAY MOVIE: Mickey One, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Arthur Penn's strange 1865 drama about a nightclub entertainer fleeing punishment for an unknown crime. Stars Warren Beatty. CHILDREN7: Drop-In, p.m., Ch. 7: Repeat of an interview with retired pro hockey player Eddie Litzenberger. Television sets dumped on market Trimbles Programs or. listed by the radio nnd lelevwor. ilohon.. Any variation in shcdule! is Jve to Insl-mmyte changes by the stations and is nol the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles tire Supply. CHEC THURSDAY NIGHT Oliver Show Vanick 6-45 Country Digest FRIDAY j-m Back to the Bible John McAllister 7-30 Voice of China Show TK The Living Word country Digest 8-00 John Oliver Show News, Sports 5JOO Ron Legge Show News 2-00 Hit Sound Al Richard Gordon Show 12-00 Total Information Big Country Mike Murry Richard Gordon 5how OTTAWA (CP) The na- tnal revenue department says Dpanese and Formosan televi- on sets are being dumped on ic Canadian market at cut-rate rices. Leon Balcer, president of the lectronic Industries Associa- on of Canada, welcomed the o-called "preliminary deienni- atjon" by the department, vhich prompts an inquiry by he Anti-Dumping Tribunal into Trees dying' 'roin toe nuch rail. ABBOTSFORD, B.C. (CP) t's rained so much this sum- mer in southern British Colum- iia that provincial department of agriculture scientists say rees are dying. Residents of the Fraser Val- ey are reporting sumacs with eaves turning red and brown, as they do in autumn. The trees aren't preparing to hibernate, scientists say, they're drowning. The roots hold so much water a gummy substance has formed m them, blocking the passage of water to the trees' foliage. Birches and other species are reported in the same condition. The condition also affects other plants near the dying tree, and scientists say the only rem- edy is to dig up the tree and burn it the damage clone to Canadian manufacturers. "The TV set manufacturing industry, which provides em- ployment to thrusands of Cana- dians, has been hurt very seri- ously in recent years by imports from low-cost-labor Mr. Balcer said in a statement. Imports of black and white TV sets from Japan and Taiwan accounted for almost 40 per cent of the Canadian market last year. Foui' years earlier, they were about 10 per cent. I Mr. Balcer said imports of Japanese and Formosan color TV sets increased 54 per cent in the first four months of 1971 over the same period last year. He said the revenue depart- ment, on its initiative, in- vestigated the imports and found evidence of dumping. The anti-dump tribunal will auto- matically schedule hearings to determine the amount of dam- age done to the Canadian indus- try, and higher import1 duties will be imposed against the dumped goods. Mr. Balcer said the elec- tronics industry in Canada had already lost the home radio manufacturing industry to Far- East manufacturers. Canadian import figures show that black and white and color television sets were im- ported from Japan in the first four months of 1971, valued at million. Imports from Tai- wan were 19.171 black and white sets with screens under 19 at nearly million. _____ ______________. Thursday, July 8, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID 5 Accident lolal shows decline EDMONTON (CP) Traffic accidents in lire province in May totalled down al- most from the same News Stocks News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY World at 6 Jack Thys Request Action CBC Nem 6-35 Rob Ingram Show News, Wthr. Sport 9JOO John Walker Show MaMnee CHEC FM -k News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Bob Cencte 6-00 Norm Gregory Major News a.m. Norm Major News Mike AAurry _ Gregory CBR Radio 1010 Calga THURSDAY NIGHT News Home Run Road Bans News Livestock Report Wnrld aJ Six Big Band of Ted Healti National News From the Capitals Theatre 11-03 Chamber Music CBC Winnipeg Orch Music Past Midnight FRIDAY Eye Opener Between 'Jurselves News Musicscope World at Eight iry Comentary News, Wthr. Max Ferguson Gerussi 10-03 Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon Afternoon Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News News SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 ASTRO SATURN 78 Nylon Fiberglass Dual Whitewalls 2 plus 2 Fiberglass Belt AS LOW AS F78-14..... 28.92 G78-14 30.37 H78-14 32.09 G78-15 30.37 H78-15 32.09 Also available ot thli leading Southern Alberla Dealer: R M SHELL SERVICE TABER, AITA. PINCHER GREEK Fox Theatre "FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED" In Tech- nicolor. Starring Peter Gushing, Veronica Carlson, Fred- die Jones and Simon Ward. Thursday, July 8. Show at p.m. Adult TABER-Sky Vue Drive-ln Thursday, July 8 is Bargain Night. yer car. "THE EXECUTIONER" In Technicolor. Starring George Peppard. Thursday show starts at p.m. Adult. Gel more oul of life Toke the family to a mevle CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Diary of a Sesame Street .-.In vi madman Luncheon uate Fieball XL5 FRIDAY Movie- 7 Something To 1-M Kg' 9-00 FaS Meet Mullelt m FiSrns J pftnochio and Oz TaKe 30 STorST S lffipm'g "SS Telcprobe 7 Chez Helene Hue e erry o CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) News (e) In Conversation THURSDAY NIGHT 4-30 Beat Ihc Clock Wynne's P-d UFO News (c) Eddie's Father Love American .Style e-in rnmedv Theatre Stampede' Go-Round Parly" Game (c) Movie: News Movie: Twilight for the Gods In Conversation FRIDAY Thought for Day Mickey One Famous Jury Trials (c) Another World (c> Trouble With Tracy Man Trap KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT NCWS Family Affair Here's Lucy Movie: TBA Dean Martin News (c) Salute to Agriculture Days of our Lives Today Show The Doctors (c) Hollywood Squares Edge ot Night (c) 9--00 Jeopardy (c) Corner Pyle (c) 9-30 Who, What, Where Morv Griffin Game (c Hillbillies (c) News News (c) Unending Our News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (CablevUion Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) Odd Couplo Tom Jones M Rewltchrd id 7'00 Danny Thomas (c) 7'30 Dnn Aufji'il fi-30 All In trto FRIDAY Ncwlywed Form News News (cj JioocSiln Kflnnaroo Storm Dlnnh's Plnco (c) One Life to Live Jack ULnnno (c) Memory Game Sale of Century Dating Ganiti fl-30 Galloping Gourmet Goncrfll Hospital Audrey (c) Password Taniily l.nvo American That_ Girl (c) uncer My Children Ncw Dick Cavett (c) Lots a Defl! News ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. 10th GAME --0 BONUS JACKPOT 57 NOS. NO Ok NDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JULY 8-MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, JULY 9-HIGHWAY 4 SOUTH SATURDAY, JULY 10-CLIFFS COMBO Rat attacks SYRACUSE, Sicily (Reuler) An infuriated rat leapt on to e shoulders of a tractor driv- and bit him repeatedly ound the neck after having ts nest run over by the ve- cle. Salvatore Pantano, 37, st control of the tractor hich crashed over a ditch aving him with several bro- en bones and severe bites, 'he rat escaped. SPEEDY GONZALES Two-year-old Jennifer Gat- schene of Richmond B.C., goes for slow but sure ride on Speedy, one of two aldabra torloises at children's zoo irr Vancouver's Stanley Park. He weighs 300 pounds. RFlCs hand seen in war documents month last year but up almost 100 from April this year, the Alberta Safety Council report- ed today. Forty fatalities were report- ed in May, down from 49 dur- ing May, 1970, but up !3 com- pared with April, 1971. In the first five months of the year there were 13 per cent fewer deaths and 19 per cent fewer accidents compar- ed with the corresponding 1970 period. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE IILfttlf RADIO and TV JAIIV 9 302 13th St. N. PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVt E, 8lh SI Tonight thru Sot. ot and p.m. t MITERS of warn WHO UK TOO TWMM WITH THE CRTSTM. HUME" -THE PKTUMTHWOUT-f SYCHOED fSTCWI NATIONAL GEMERAI pictunts p It's nine times more suspcnscTul! with KARL MALDEN CATHERINE SPAAK ADULT ATLANTA The Al- lanta Journal Constitution quotes an "informed source" as saying the late senator Rob- ert F. Kennedy probably had a hand in preparation of the so- called Pentagon papers and "wanted to be certain that President Lyndon Johnson got full credit for botching up the war." "The Pentagon papers were meant, among other things, to be an indictment of the John- son administration's handling' of the the newspaper says. "The papers were also meant to be revealed, if ne- cessary, during the political campaign of 1968 to lay the blame for expansion of the war squarely on the shoulders of Johnson." Kennedy was campaigning for the Democratic presiden- tial nomination when he was assassinated in Los Angeles in June 1968. The article, which appeared in a joint holiday edition of the Journal and Constitution, was vritten by Constitution politi- cal editor Bill S'm'pp. It quoted the source as say- ng former State Secretary Dean Rusk's loyalty to John- son may have been the reason Rusk was kept in the dark regarding preparation of the Pentagon papers. The papers, a study of U.S. Involvement In The Vietnam War, said to have seen ordered by former De- fence Secretary Robert S. Mc- Namara, have been published in part by newspapers around the United States even though they remain classified as se- cret. MAKE UP A PARTY EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS! "TOKE and JAM" And Appearing Nightly In Our lounge "JACK DAVIES" Tavern "SHAMEN" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Song of Norway" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Cat 0' Nine Tails" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Wild Hovers" Last Complete Sh GREEN ACRES DRA'E-IN "Some Kind Of Nut" "Mr. Tibbs'1 One Complete Show PARAMOUNT Today thru Sat. ______________________ot p.m. The Picture Lethbridge Has Taken To Its Heart We Are Proud To Be Able To Hold It Over Thru. Sat. "It takes up where 'Sound of Music' left off I" -William Woir, Cue Magazins ___________ STONE PRODUCTION Super Color by De Luxe1 t r r k LABoST CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS THURS., FRI AND SAT. "ANYTHING GOES" 1 tiny SZENITH hearing aid MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS J Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is _ jus! one of 18 quality Zenith hearing One of them might be just right for you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings aids are priced from the quality In before the nsme goes on. i ot Zenith's "Sound A HParmu" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC I Paramount Theatre Bldg. LETHBRIDGE________ HoUywoocl lull hits Film studios HOLLYWOOD CAP) An- other major movie studio is onsidering moving in with a icighbor to save money, a lollywood trade paper said lere. Paramount Studios, respond- ng to a general lull in Holly- wood movie production, is in- volved in talks with both Uni- versal City Studios and 20th Century-Fox about common use of production facilities, the re- port said. A spokesman at Paramount would neither confirm nor deny ;he report in Daily Variety. If the plans materialize, Paramount would be following lie lead of Columbia Pictures which announced last month it is moving in with Warner Bros.- Seven Arts and selling its lot in Hollywood and its studio ranch in suburban Burbank. The move doesn't involve a merger of use of the same soundstages, land and other facilities. Contract let OTTAWA (CP) Boulder Construction Ltd. of Calgary has been awarded a pub- lic works contract for altera tions to a federal building at Calgary. COLLEGE CINEMA Tonight thru Sat. at onrj p.m. "Ryan O'Neal" Fresh from his Triumphant Role in "Love Story" in a Brand New Motion Picture METROCOLOR PANAVISKW MOM ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I TONIGHT thru SATURDAY THE M1PISCH PRODUCTION C presents SIDNEY MARTIN POKIER LANDAU m A WAITER MIRISCH COLOR by Deluxe' United Artists ADUIT Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. "SOME KIND OF A NUT" IN COLOR WITH DICK VAN DYKE i L llli_ PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, JULY 8th TO MONDAY, JULY 12th PUBLIC SWIMMING SICK POOL Thurs., July Swim Public Swim Swim Public Swim Swim Fri., July Hour Swim Public Swim Swim Swim Sat., July Swim Swim Swim Sun., July 1 Swim Family Swim Swim Swim Mon., July Hour Swim Public Swim Public Swim Swim Public Swim Swim ;