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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD S HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY MOVIE: The Baby and the Battleship, C p.m., A British sailor tries to smuggle an abandoned baby aboard ship Stars John Mills, Richard Attenborough. MOVIE: The Sheriff, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A black sheriff and his white deputy try to nail a white salesman who raped a black college student. With Ossie Davis. VARIETY- It Was a Very Good Year, 8 p.m., Ui. 1. Footed tonight is 1941, the year Pearl Harbor was attacked Citen Kane hit movie houses and Joe Louis was boxmg John Vernon, p.m., Ch. 7: A visit with the Canadian star of Wojeck, now living in Los Angeles. DRAMA: Men at Law, p.m., Ch. 7: A psychotic hus- band has been so clever at inflicting cruelty that nothing can be done about him. With Melinda Dillon. VARIETY: Val Doonican, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests tonight are Burl Ives and British dancer Antonia Ellis SPECIAL- Civilisation, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Protest and Com- muSn UrgeU on the gre'at men of the 16th Erasmus, Albrecht -Durer, Martin Luther, Michel de Mon- taigne and Shakespeare. VARIETY: Barbara McNair, 10 p.m., Ch. U. Wests in elude flutist Woe Koffman and singers Tommy Ambrose and Dakota Station. WEDNESDAY The Longest Hundred Miles, 1 p.m.-, Ch. 13: Katharine Ross appears in this 1966 drama about fugitives from the Japanese during the Second World War WOMEN'S: Take 30, 3 p.m. Ch. 7: Lyricist-poet Dory Prevto tells how she made a new life following the break- upTher marriage to conductor Andre Previn (now mar- ried to Mia Trimbles M Program! are listed 'by the radio n-> 1 i iliedulet is Sons'" by the stations and is not the respor Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. News on the TUESDAY NIGHT CHEC Hour, Weather on the half hour Living World John Oliver Ron Legge Show TUESDAY NIGHT A-00 World at oix Rob Ingram Show Country Digest News, Sports News CJOC News, Weaiher and Sports Phone Bill Show CBC News News WON. THRU SAT. Norm Gregory Major News Richard Gordon Tolal information Big Country with Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Stocks 1-00 News and Grain Prices Jim Elliot) Party Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM if Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Bob Ccncie Major Mike Murry A-M Don Hodman Major News Don McMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Reilh Lectures Classically Cdn Tuesday Night Sir Adrian Boult Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener CBC Tuesday Night World at 8 10-00 Nat. News Commentary 10-15 Five Nights a Week News, Wlhr. 10-30 Theatre Max Ferguson Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon 1-15 Afternoon Holiday Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 ASTRO SATURN 78 Nylon Fiberglass "i Dual Whitewalls 2 plus 2 Fiberglass Belt AS LOW AS 28.92 "'G78-14 3Q.37 H78-14.....32.D9 G78-15 30.37 H78-15 32.09 Also available this leading Southern Alberta Dealer: BARTON MOTORS PICTURE BUTTE, ALTA. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT News ovL urged to end abuse of income tax holiday (EDMONTON (CP) rovincial government was sked Monday to end abuse of ncome tax exemptions for vis- iting instructors at Alberta post-secondary schools. The request is in an interim report released by an education Ratings banned BUENOS AIRES (AP) The military government, in a move o improve television standards, las banned the use of ratings. The radio and Television Ent- ty says such efforts to measure audiences lend to "prejudice" he quality and content of pro- grams. The cultural vi'hin the country and greater success for home-grown shows. 20 YEARS LATE NEW YORK (AP) In the 1950 film All About Eve, Anne Baxter played the unscrupulous ingenue Eve who schemed to use her friendship with a fictional star actress, Margo Charming, to become a and artistic needs of the nation must not al- ways be influenced by publicity business the an- nouncement said. "It is the obli- jation of the state to take mea- sures to elevate the levels of quality and content of program- ming." Among four commercial sta- tions in Buenos Aires, top rat- ings recently have gone to Channel 11. It is threatening court action against the decree. Argentine television begins with judo instruction of similar programs and follows with car- toons, serials, dramas, situation comedies, news, and finally a late movie. There is no color television. Fewer foreign programs than usual are scheduled this year1 reflecting nationalist sentiment star herself. Tonight, Miss Baxter takes over the role of Margo Ohan- ning in Applause, the hit Broad- way musical based on All About ve. Miss Baxter is replacing Lauren Bacall who will soon go on tour in the role she origi- nated for the musical. Misleading ad charge laid EDMONTON (CP) ta Giftwar'es Ltd. of Edmon ton yesterday was remandet to Aug. 4 on 15 counts of mis leading advertising. The charges were laid fo lowing investigations of bicy cle advertisements in a cata logue. epartmcnt committee on Canadian influence in post-set ndary education. Canada grants a two-year tax xemption to visiting posl-sec- ndary instructors, mainly uni- versity professors, to facilitate in exchange of ideas. Edmonton lawyer Arnold Moir, head of the committee, said in the six-month report the nvestigation found both teach- ers and institutions have abused the agreement. RECRUITMENT TECHNIQUE The report said "The exemp- tion has been used as a recruit- ment technique in sectors ol the educational system." K also said people accepting per- manent positions are taking ad- vantage of the system which is intended only for visiting pro- fessor's. The committee asked tha tax exemptions either be abol- ished or steps be taken to pre bent their misuse. The committee said it wa: submitting this request before its final report because "ap- pointments for teaching posi tions in the province are pre sently being negotiatied." Switzer critical of TV plan LONDON, Ont. (CP) Israel Switzer, chief engineer for Ma- clean-Hunter (Gable) TV Ltd.. said here it would be illegal and immoral if commercials on Minister fined LONDON (AP) A CO-year- old Methodist mini s I e r was fined 30 today for putting his hand on the bottom of a mini- skirled spectator during the re- cent all-English tennis tan-na- ment. Rev. Arthur Banks ad- mitted the offence and was found guilty of insulting behav- ior. Women killed acur Camro.se (CP) Helen of Camrose was CAMROSK Majeski, CO, killed when the half ton tiuck she was driving collided with a CNR dayliner, 50 miles sou'.h- east of Edmonton. American television programs were replaced by Canadian commercials. The proposed change was made last Fridaj' by the Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- on. Mr. Switzer, formerly of Lethbridge, Alta., said in an interview that such a move would result in a serious diplo- matic battle between the Uni- ted States and Canada' He likened the move to a sit- uation where one newspaper stripped another of newspaper ads, inserted its own and sold the paper without having the cost of producing the editorial copy. "If it isn't illegal to do it be- cause of the argument that U.S. sta'.ions have no right in Can- ada, then it is he said. W. Z. Gstey, a lawyer and presid e n t of Canadian Cable Systems Ltd., said the move would constitute theft. REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY ond THURS. Party leader forums urged EDMONTON (CP) Grant Notley, provincial NDP leader, has proposed a series of party COOL IT-Cool off hol-wealher meals with Margo Oliver's cold soups. They make on appetizing first-course on sultry summer days. Recipes featured this Saturday in Weekend Magazine include Jellied Avocado Soup, Beet and Potato Soup ond Cold Shrimp Soup IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Tcleprobe 7 Movie: Oahy a Ihe Battleship It Was a Very Good Year 830 Telescope Men at Law Civilisation Wildlife Unli Chez Helene 11-00 Ses.ime Street Luncheon Date Movie: Abominable Snowmen of the WEDNESDAY Himalayas Farm Facts Meet Mullet! 9-10 Pinnochio and Oz Take 30 9'35 People Galloping Gourmet Mr. Drcssup Drop In Friendly Giant Huckleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT News Wynne's Pail News (O I Dream of Joartnie 11 MO Pierre Herlnn Kintjo Bingo News Movie: The Sheriff Nashville North Val Doonlrnn Barbara McNai Lcthbridgc Wlicop- Up Days Padiidc In Corworsalion WEDNESDAt Thought tor Day University of Air tHtJ Allon In Conversation Parly Game (c) Movie: Longest Hundred Miles Famous Jury Trials 3-00 Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy .1-00 Man Trap Beat the Clock Wynne's Pad KRTV Great Falls Channe! 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies News Gunsmcko My Three Sons Newcomers Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Aqrkulturn Today Show (c) Our Lives (c) 7-00 Today in Montana The Doctors (c) Concentration (c) Another World fi'OO Family Affair Edge of Night Hollywod sn.uares Corner Pylo tc) Jeopardy (c) Merv Griltm Who, What, Where Hillbillies (c) Game Cronkito News n.u. .coo NBC Nightly New; Ncws Mayberrv RFD Somerspl News k) World (cl Men from Stilloh KFBB-TV Grecit Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Ncwlywed Gnmo Firm News News SlScS? Kangaroo Storm (e) Dinah's Plnco (e) Ono Llfo to Llvo Jack LnLnnno Memory Gnmo Salt) of Century Dntlnt) Game (c) Galloping Gourniot Genernl Hospital 9-00 Audrey Password (c) Number 9-30 1 ovc Amcrlrnn That Girl (c) (t) slylo Bowllchrd Minute'; 10-00 All My Children News Dkk Cavcll (c) Mnko a Deal (c) News News To Romo wllh Love Mod Squad (c) Adam 12 Movie: Boy, Did 1 Got n CELEBRATE WHOOP-UP DAYS AT EL RANCHO CABARET EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK! EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK! Tuesday, Wednesday And Also Appearing Nightly In Our Tavern "SUDS" formerly the Gainsborough lounge "CHARLES BIEKER" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE Profits climb j for Chrysler DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. reported Monday second- quarter profits of million, or 63 cents a share, compared with 510.1 million, equal to 21 cents a stare, in the same quarter of last year. The second quarter profits raised Chrysler's net for the first six months of 1971 to million, compared with a net loss of million in the first Waif of 1970. Chrysler said its second- quarter sales totalled a record billion, up nine per cent over the billion for the same April-June period o flast year. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES leader forums in at least six dif- ferent regions of the province prior to the next Alberta elec- tion. "It would permit people to contrast the programs and the leadership of the four Mr. Notley said. "It would also constitute a test to determine the respective leaders' knowl- edge of the distinctive regional Gales at p.m Show starts p.m HIT A IN 'Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Plaza Suite'1 Last Complete Show CINEMA Ihort Subjects 'Percy" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CARRY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Starring Phil Silvers and Kenneth Williams. Tuesday and Wednes- day, July 20 and 21. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday, July 20, 21 and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Starring Steve Forrest, Vera Miles and Ronny Howard. Plus Walt Disney's "NIOK, THE ORPHAN ELEPHANT" In Technicolor. Tuesday, July 20 shows at and p.m. Family. Ger more oui ef life Take the family tc a movie ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Whoop-Up Days Entertainment to a.m. Tuesday, July 20-Outlaws Wednesday, July Thursday, July South 4 Thursday, July Jackpots Friday, July Trio Saturday, July Man Saturday, July Combo Members and Their Guests Only province." The NPD leader said the idea was used on limited basis during the 1967 election and, "there is no reason why this good idea of 1967 could not be regions of the province." Last Complete Show SREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN 'Racing Fever" 'Hell's Bloody Devils" One Complete Show Tony White Appearing Nightly During Whoop-Up Days LABOR CLUB Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13th Si. N. Members and Irwiled Guests YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13th St. N. Tonight thru Thurs. At and p.m. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN WALTER NIATTHAU SUITE Color 17 TECHNICOLOR1 A Paramount Picturi NEXT ATTRACTION STEVE MCQUEEN MANS" A CINEMA CENTER RLMS PfiESENTAnON DELUXE. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE STARTS TOMORROW COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents A JOHN FRANKENHEIMER-EDWARD LEWIS Production OMARSHARIF-LEIGHTAYLOR-YOUNG-JACKPALANCE AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR YOUR SUMMER COMFORT ADULT Not Suitable Children Father and son battle for glory in the wildest land on earth. Ends Tonight 'VILLAIN IN COLOR With Richard Burton Academy Award Winner Best Actress Glenda Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT 'BATES'.....'OLIVER RED 9, H. LAWRENCE'S IN LOVE' COLOR by Deluxe' United Artists STARTS TOMORROW 2 Shows and p.m. ;