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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHUGHTSI Wednesday, July 14 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Day ot Triumph, 0 p.m., CIi. 7: Lee J. Cobb stars in a 1954 drama on the circumstances surrounding the rHp Wilson, 1 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests are Tony Randall, Lena Horne and the Modern Jazz DRAMA! Somerset Maugham, 8 p.m., Ch. T. Force ot Circumstance follows a new marriage upset by the appear- ance a mysterious woman from the husbands past. WiUi John Stride. _ DRAMA: Name of the Game, p.m., Ch. 13: dents are occurring too conveniently for an ecology documen- tary movie being filmed at a remote lumbering town. With SPECIAL: Paris Commune, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: An historical documentary tracing the vain and bloody attempt m 1871 a demrcratic socialist government m France, against the Prussian-backed Versailles government. SPECIAL: This Land, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: History of the de- velopment of the Canadian railroad system. MOVIE: Revolt of the Mercenaries, p.m., Ch 7. A accepts the help of a me-.cenary to defeat an arrogant neighbor. With Virginia Mayo. MOVIE- The Pigeon That Took Rome, 11: So p.m., W. 1J. Two army officers are smuggled into Rome to spy on ttie Nazis. Stars Cbarlton Heston. THURSDAY MOVIE: All the Way Home, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Based on the James Age novel, a story of a seven-year-old boy whose small world is shattered by the death of his fatter. With Streisand's ex-hubby free to wed SANTO DOMINGO (AP) Actor Elliot Gould is free to carry out his plans to marry his pregnant girl-friend, Jennifer Bogart, now that his divorce m the Dominican Republic from entertainer Barbra Streisand is final. The divorce alter a seven- year marriage became legal Sunday with publication of the court edict in the newspaper Listin Diario. A quickie divorce law passed last month by the Dominican Congress requires such publication. The publication said the di vorce was "by mutual consent because of incompatibility They are free to marry again.' TUSCON, Ariz. (AP) Clif ford Goldsmith, creator of one of the longest running program on radio, The Aldrich Family died at a Tucson hospital. H was 72. The Aldrich Family was firs carried on radio in 1938 and rai until 1954. It also was televise for three years in the earl 1950s. Worn mouthpiece vlaced in pocket MOVIE: The Great Van Robbery, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A man is assigned to discover what happened to a large sum mcfey'Solen in a dating daylight holdup. With Shaw. T I.L- Trimbles usW are listed by the radio ond television Any variatiSnin program stedule? is 'WV' things, by the stallonj and is not Ihe responsibility Herald or Trlmblet Tire Supply. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 CHEC WEDNESDAY N.GHT THURSDAY cm John Oliver Show John McAlllsier information t-IS country Digest Country Discst Hews, Sports 7-30 Voice of China News, Sport Big Country i-K The Living Word John Oliver Miks Murry aDaR.m.SCsS- Gordon Richard Gordon aoc WEDNESDAY NISHT Prone 1220 rn. Doug Ander- Probe THURSDAY News ana Grain CHEC FM -k News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour N THRU SAT. Bob Cencie Don Hedmnn CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age of Elejance Men of Brass Music Past Sounds Like Europe Midnight Rule and Revolution THURSDAY l-ra SaTNetwork Eye Opener in-no Nat News News Oil-From tSf Capitals World at 8 10-15 Five High.ts a Commentary Threalre News, Wlhr. Gerussl Morning Concert Malinee Radio Noon Afternoon Holiday Matinee 3-03 AMernoon Concert BBC News Hews Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. 5. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM WHEEL ALIGNMENT lor mo: IC3 Parts extra Onr alignment specialists will do all this I work inspect front-cud, springs. shock absorbers and steering wheel as- sembly ilign front-end; correct camber, caster and toe-in. ALL REPAIRS FULLY GUARANTEED LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Stampede 5-00 Spiderman (c) Teleprobe 7 6-00 Movie: Day of Triumph (c) It Was a Very Good Year Telescope 9'00 Paris Commune This Land (c) News U) Highlights Teleprote 7 Movie- Revolt Ihe Mercenaries THURSDAY Farm Facts Pinncchio Little People Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street Luncheon Date of Movie: Great Van Robbery Meet Mullet! 3 00 Take JO Edge of Night Galloping L-ciurmei Banana Splits Fireball XL5 CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Stampede Go-Round Party Game (c) "no Wynne's Pad News (c) Atovie: AU llw he Champions Movie: Pigton that Home News (c) Took Rome famous Jury Flip Wilson In conversation From a Bird's Eye View (c) THURSDAY 8-30 Name ol the Game Thought lor Day 10-00 The Honeymooners University ot Air Pierre Berlon Ed Allen News CO In Conversation Another World (c Trouble with frac Man Trap Bent the Clock Wynne's Pad UFO KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show Days of Our Lives Maybcrry RFD Today Do 8-00 Family Altair It) Edge of Night Hollywood Squares Corner Py o (c) 9-00 Jeopardy (c) Mcrv Grillin WO Who, What, Whero Hillbillies (c) Game Cronkltc News 9.55 NBC Niglllly News IMO Somerset Family Atlalr News Men from Stiiloh 7-00 Hawaii Fivc-0 fl'OO Music Hall News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World salute Agriculture 10-30 As Iho World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News "c'ys secret Storm Mary Tyler Monrfi r.iptaln Kangaroo Ono Lite to Live V30 Eddie's Father (c) Dinah's Place Memory Gome (c) Room 222 Jack LoLnnnc (c) Dating Game 6'-30 Family sale ol Century Genera Hospital Lov. or, Roil lop Galloping Gourmet Pas word 7-1fi Inimorlal Audrey (e) oiri NFL Aclton American Bewitched 10-00 All My Children News (c) DlcK Lets Make a Deal Odd Couplo (O NfiW YORK (AP) Dizzy Gillespie played My Buddy on is flugelhorn and Al Kibbler ang Nobody Knows the Trouble 've Seen at the funeral of jazz rumpeter Charlie Shavers, 53. The mouthpiece of Shavers' trumpet was placed in his suit jocket next to his heart after :he music-filled funeral service at St. Peter's Lutheran church. t will be buried with him today n Flushing Cemetery, Queens, vhere Louis Armstrong was buried last Friday. As the 500 mourners entered St. Peter's, the recording Gersh- win, Shavers and Strings was slaying. Then pianist Benny Payne played Where or When, My Buddy, When the Saints Go Marching In and other tunes. Nanice Lund, who has sung with the Duke Ellington band, accompanied by Ellington ar- ranger Tom Whaley, sang When I've Done the Best I Can. A long-time friend of Shavers, Carl Warwick, delivered eul- ogy, followed by Stella who has sung with Lionel Hampton singing The Shad- ow of Your Smile, accompanied by Eddie Bonnemere. Trump- eter Clark Terry improvised blues. The service ended with Hib- bler's singing of Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen, as he had done at Armstrong's funeral. Shavers died last Thursday, alter a short illness, in the Bronx. He came to fame with the John Kirby Sextet from 1938 to 1944. He also had been a fea- tured soloist with Tommy Dor- icy and Benny Goodman and had had his own groups. He had returned from a tour of Europe in March. SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES BIBLE MESSAGES That will meet today's need. MUSIC-That will warm your heart and sou! by the Ambassadors of Colorado, U.S.A. DATE: JULY llth thru JULY 25th NIGHTLY AT P.M. SUNDAYS AT A.M. and P.M. PLACE: 5th AVE. North and 18th ST. LETHBRIDGE EVERYONE WELCOME Management personnel key figures EDMONTON (CP) The key to increased productivity in Ca- nadian business can best be tuined by management person- nel, not labor or machinery. That's the assessment of Clarence H. Ivey, president of the Society of Industrial Ac- countants of Canada. Mr. Ivey, in Edmonton to preside over the society's national confer- ence, which opens Tuesday, said there is some doubt that the ab- ilities of top management per- sonnel are being fully utilized. "Unless we are getting the productivity from the manage- ment Mi'. Ivey said, "we can't expect to get it else- where." Mr. Ivey said productivity in Canada and the United States hasn't changed much despite the fact both countries have top professionals in manage m e n t fields. Both countries were being left behind by Japan and west- ern Europe because those areas iV.Uized the skills of manage- ment teams. It was not a case of a great difference in skills, but other nation's were taking advantage of skills available. [Surplus made by Britain in overseas trade Australian politician raps Canada SHANGHAI (Keuter) An Ausu-aiian politician said today Canada is taking advantage of its diplomatic recognition of China to get in on the ground floor for trade with the Com- munist giant. Hex Patterson, spokesman for an opposition Labor party mis- sion currently visiting China, said that an invitation extended by Canadian Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin to the Chinese government to send a trade del- egation to Canada was further evidence of increasing trade sol- idarity between the two coun- tries. Pepin made the invitation during recent talks with Foreign Tfade Minister Pai Hsiang-kuo in Peking. Patterson added in a state- ment that Canada had been ac- tive in establishing trade links with China since it began nego- tiating recognition and espe- cially since formal diplomatic recognition was achieved last fall. "Already Canada has cap- toed the wheat trade at the ex- pense of he said. "A special contract for the supply of aluminium has been secured by Canada. If this proves successful. Canada is in on the ground floor for large contracts to follow." Patterson added: "It seems clear that Canada is making an all-out effort to lay solid founda- tions for trade with China be- fore the United States, Australia and other countries finally agree to give full diplomatic recognition to China. ALBJfRfA FORT MACLEOD Empress Theotre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. Wednesday, July 14 show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "AIRPORT" In Technicolor. Starring Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Jacqueline Bisset and Acad- emy Award winner Helen Hayes. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 14, 15, 16 and 17. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "LITTLE FAUSS AND BIG HALSEY" In color. Star- ring Robert Bedford and Michael J. Pollard. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 14, 15 and 1C. Restricted Adult. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Get more out of life Toke the family to a movis PARAMOUNT 4ih AVE ST TODAY thru SAT. and P.m. ADULT Not Suitable For Children Plaza suiteThrough its portals pass the world's most mixed-up JLflZA SUITE Color bjTECHKICDlOK1 AFiriirauntPicturt Matinee Thurs., Fri., Sat. at p.m. Competitive Swimming Information 1971 Southern Alberta Summer Games Lethbridge Regional Competition Sponsored by the Community Summer Program WHERE-Fritz Sick Swim Pool WHEN-July 21, 1971 p.m. O.GE GROUPS-As of Jan. 1, 1971 8 and under 9 and 10 years 11 and 12 years 13 and 14 years Open Classification (Open swimmers must compete in one age category only I) EVENTS- Free Style Back Medley Relay Breast Individual Medley Family Relay Butterfly Free Style Relay RULES AND REGULATIONS -Swimmers may compete in 2 individual events and 2 relays plus the family relay may also dive -8 and under SWIMMERS MAY COMPETE IN THE 9 and 10 YEARS RELAY AND INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -Family Relay (any stroke) all members of the team must be of the same immediate family and one parent must compete. REGISTRATION FEES: 8-14 Years-25c DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES-July 19, 1971 Registrations are at the Community Summer Pro- gram Office or can be picked up at the all three swimming pools. LONDON (Reuter) Britain made a surplus of about million on its overseas tradinf during the first six months o this year, the government an nounced today. It compared with a deficit o about million dollars fo the previous six months. The surplus was assessed at an average of million a month and was the result of di- rect buying and selling of goods overseas. In addition to this, invisible earnings, such as revenue from insurance, shipping and other service industries, brought in an average of million a month. On a balance-of-payments basis, the figures mean that if trading operations overseas con- tinue at the same rate, they will result in an annual balance of payments surplus of about billion. English lessons grade changed QUEBEC (CP) The teach- ing of English to French-speak- ng students will begin in Grade 5 instead of Grade 7 under a )lan to be introduced in Septem- jer, 1972, says Education Minis- ,er Guy Saint-Pierre. He told reporters yesterday that Grade 12 students will also have to take English. At present, only those in the first [our high school grades are re- quired to take instruction in a second language. Mr. Saint-Pierre said the new program is based on a regula- tion introduced last year forcing English-speaking students t o begin learning French in Grade 1. It also provides for teaching of some other subjects -in French and takes effect this fall. TONIGHT THRU SAT _ 2 Shows at ond p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN One bottle- One gold mine... i One woman... (at a time) and... One more train to rob. AUNIVERSAIPICTURE .TECHNICOLOR CHARGED WITH ARSON CALDWELL, Idaho (AP) An Idaho man was charged with arson as he stepped off a plane returning him from fighting a forest fire in Arizona. Eenito Lopez, 21, was charged with set- ting fire to a potato warehouse in Parma last month. Damage was estimated at 8-bushel quota at all points i WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian wheat board today an- nounced that all 48 Prairie shipping blocks now are on an eight-bushel general delivery quota for wheat. The advance quota on durum wheat has been erased. In bar- ley, all blocks are on a 30- bushel quota while in oats all blocks are on a 20-bushel quota. In the Centre of Things WED., JULY 14 VIMY LOUNGE "SUNSET 4" SAT., JULY 17 VIMY LOUNGE "VINCE DITRICH" FRI., JULY 16 BEAVER ROOM "VAGABONDS" SAT., JULY 17 BEAVER ROOM "SUNSET 4" Royal Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVE. and 9th ST. S. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Plaza Suite" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Last Valley" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 'One More Train to Rob'1 Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Whip and Flesh" "Unkissed Bride" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT 4lh AVE Sih ST 3275100 TONIGHT THRU SAT. "ONE OFTHE MOST ABSORBING FILM ENTERTAINMENTS OF THE YEAR! A PICTURE THAT ENTHRALLS FROM START TO FINISH! 2 Shows and p.m. -NEW YORK POST ADULT No) Suitable For Children ABC Pictures Corp. presents James Clavell's "The Last Valley" starring Michael Caine Omar Sharif Florinda Bolkan Nigel Davenport Per Qscarsson :ne ruler of (he rookies! 1 WALT DISNEY productions' KNGofihe GRIZZLIES TECHNICOLOR' FAMILY 2 DISNEY FEATURES Gales at p.m. Show at p.m. Kids This Attraction THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY HE1L FRACTURE YOUR FUNNYBONE WHILE HE STEALS YOUR HEART! WALT DISNEY Rascal .TECHNICOLOR' Ends Tonight-'WHIP AND THE FLESH' ond 'UNKISSED BRIDE; ;