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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta [TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNEDAY SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Cli. 7: The Montreal Expos meet the Astros at Houston. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests are David Frost, Aretha Franklin and comic Charlie Callas. MOVIE: The Lost World of Sinbod, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1964 Japanese comedy about a Samurai pirate who finds his sense of humor gets him into many a tigiil .spot. With Toshirb Mifune. DRAMA: Name of tlic Game, p.m., Ch. 13: A ire-telecast episode about a publisher who is mistaken for the key figure in a 20-year feud and is kidnapped by one of the warring families. With Harry Guardino. SPORTS: NFL Action, p.m., Ch. II: Highlights of the American Football Conference game between the Baltimore Colts and (he Oakland Raiders. SPORTS: First and Ten, 10 p.m., Ch. 13; Host Ken Newans and special guests discuss football training camp and prospects for the new football season. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrton, p.m., Ch. 13: Berfon talks with Ian Channel the world's only paid wizard. MOVIE: Inna La Douce, p.m., Cli. 7: A gendarme pays his prostitute girlfriend not to entertain any more cus- tomers. Stars Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemmon. THURSDAY PUBAFFAJIiS: Today Show, C a.m., Ch. 0: A psychiatrist discusses "had children and the cast of Fiddler on the Roof celebrates the play's long run on Broadway. MOVIE: The Happiest Days of Your Life, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Comic repercussions follow when a girls' school is billet- ed at a boys' college. With Alastair Sim and Joyce Gren- fell. LOCAL: Color Cove, p.m., Ch. 13: Co-hosts Joan Walerfield and Stan Bates interview visitors ami workers at Whoop-Up Days. Trimbles Program! are listed by the radio and television nations. Any variation In program ihedder ft due to losf-mfnuie changei by the stations and ii not the rqsponsibilily of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC THURSDAY WEDNESDAY NIGHT John Oliver show John McAIIIsler Country Digest Country Digest Voice of China The Living Word Joh'i Ron Legge Show Ron Legge Hit Jean Pauley 70M5 Bob Heskelh Total Inlormatlon News, Sporls Major _News, Sporl Blg _ Mike Murry News Oliver Richard Gordon Richard Gordon WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5-nn Prnhm i53n 5.00 Probe 1220 World al Six Request Aclion Line Rob Ingram Show Phone Bill Show John Walker Show Wayne Barry CJOG -k a m. Doug AnrJtv- Probe 1220 Show News, Wlhr, Sporl THURSDAY News and Grain 5.35 Jack Tnys Prices CBC News Jim Elliotf News, Wlhr, Sporl Mnllnee Rob Ingram d: 00 World at ilx CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don W.cflAasler Major Sporls Bob Cencle Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Sports n.m. Don McWasler CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age of Elegance Men of Brass Music Pasl Sounds Like Europe Midnight Rule and Revolution TMiiocnAv Concern THURSDAY Ideas Nelwork Eye Opener Nat News News From Ine Capitals World at B Five Nights a weeK Commenlary Threafre News, Wlhr. Gerussl Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon Afternoon Holiday Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llfh St. S. 327-2396 ASTRO SATURN 78 Nylon Fiberglass Dual Whitewalls 2 plus 2 Fiberglass Belt AS LOW AS j F7B-14.....28.92 C78-14 30.37 H78-14.....32.09 G78-15 3Q.37 H78-15 32.09 Also available at ihis leading Southern Alberta Dealer: BARTON MOTORS PICTURE BUTTE, ALTA. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 11 Tcleprobe 7 Hucklobe-ry Hound Movie- Baseball Innft Lfl Doucf THURSDAY ;cls Movie: Losl World Farm of Sinbad Plnnochio Hollywood and ilie Liflle People Stars Mr. Dressup Vacalion Canada Friendly Giant News ic) Chez Helene Sesame Street Luncheon Dale Movie: Happiest Days of Your Life Meel Mullett Take JQ Edge of Nlghf Jttio Galloping Gourmel Banana Splils Fireball XL5 CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NrGnT News Wynne's Pad The Champions News Ic) Flip Wilson BiOO From a Bird's Eye Vlow (c) Movie: Do You Movie: Wild Is Ihe Know this Voice Wind In Conversation THURSDAY Thought (or Day Wflme of 1hr> Game University of Air First nnd Ten Ed Allen Pierre Dcrlon In Corwnrsallon (c) Party Game (c) Famous Jury Trials Anolher World (c) Trouble wllh Tracy Man Trap Seal Ihe Clock Wynne's Pad UFO KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Toilny Show Ir.l Days ol Our Lives RPD Today in Montana Tho Doctors (c) Concentration (cl Another WorlH (c) Family Affair 1C) Edoe of Niflllf Hollywood Squares Comer Pvle (c) Jeopardy (c) Mcrv Grlllln Who, What, Where Hillbillies (c) Gamo Cronkllc News News NDC Nlghlly News Somerset Family Atlalr News Mon from Sn Hawaii Hlvc-0 Music Hall News Tonlqht Show THURSDAY Our World Salute Agrlcullure As lha World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (dblevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Ncwlywcd Gflmo 4-30 News Fari" Ncws (c) News (c) t'nn News Secret Storm i.oo Tyler Mooro rnpmln Kannaroo One Lllo lo Llva Eildlo's ralher (e) Dlnnh's Plnco Memory Game (c) Room 273 Jack LnUnne (c) Datlnn Gamo smlin Family Sale cl Century MM Oonoral Hosnlul Lovo on n Roof lop Galloplnn Gourmol Password Immortal Audrey (c) Thfll Girl Aclion l-Ove American Dowltchcd News Stylo News TDA All My Children News (cl Dick Cavelt Lcls Make a Dial Odd Couple (c) Juveniles arrested at Radium GOLDEN, B.C. (CP) Two Alberta juveniles wore arrested following a high speed automo- bile chase that ended in a po- lice roadblock just north of Ra- dium, in southeastern British Columbia. Police said the juveniles, aged 14 and 15, were sited after two persons attempted to break into a Golden service station, Police said the car was believed to have been stolen. The chase reached speeds of up to 115 miles an hour and bottles were thrown from the fleeing car in an attempt to puncture the tires of police ve- hicles. The juveniles were to be re- turned to Calgary, where they escaped from a detention home last Friday, to face charges. Bright outlook for Sask. crop REGINA (CP) There's a bright outlook for (his year's gi-ain crop in Saskatchewan. The province's wheat poo] said today there has been "a mark- ed improvement" in crop con- ditions and many agents are talking about an above-average crop year WHOOP-UP WEEK ENTERTAINMENT For Members and Invited Guests TODAY 2 TO 5 P.M. VINCE DITRICH and his Drums Friends 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. Dancing in the Lounge VINCE DITRICH THE MOUSE THAT ROARED-lt didn't lake long for ihis mouse to show the cat who was boss. The little fellow's brave stand at Ottawa proved loo much for the cat who backed away without a fighl. Girl, 12, 011 pill ruled 110 crime LONDON (AP) Britain's attorney-general told Parlia- ment that the gynecologist who put a 12-year-old girl on birth ccntiol pills after she had an abortion committed no criminal offence. Sir Peter Rawlinson said po- lice (red invesitagted the case, and the govcrnent had decided to let the matter drop. A Labor party member of the House of Commons, Leo Abse, has asked for an inquiry. He is is a prominent campaigner against legalized abortion. The mother of the girl had said the child was made preg- nant by a 13-year-old boy- friend. The .doctor said he put her on the pill because she and the DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. H05ACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridgf CELEBRATE WHOOP-UP DAYS AT EL RANCHO CABARET EVERT NIGHT THIS WEEK! Tonight "SHAMEN" Thursdoy _ "JUST US" Fridoy "HORSE" Saturday "JUST US" And Also Appearing Nightly In Our Tavern "SUDS" formerly the Gainsborough Gallery Lounge "CHARLES BIEKER" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CABBY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Stan-ing Phil Silvers and Kenneth Williams. Wednesday, July 21. Shows at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" In color. Star- ring Barbra Streisand and George Ssgal. Wednesday and Thursday, July 21 and 22. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "NO BI ADE OP GRASS" In color. Starring Nigel Daven- port and Jean Wallace. Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day, July 21, 22 and 23. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Gel more oul of lite ToVe the family to o movie LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and I3lh ST. N. WHOOP-UP ENTERTAINMENT TONY WHITE Appearing Nightly in the Clubrooms FRIDAY IN THE CLUB ROOMS "ANYTHING GOES" ----------------------FRIDAY 4 4 SPECIAL SOCIAL EVENING fcaluring TONY WHITE MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS boy wre going to keep on see- ing each other. Abse charged that to give the girl the pill lowered the age of consent to 12 from 16. Hockey four off JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) The all-white South African women's field hockey team has cancelled a tour of New Zea- land it was to have made next month because of fears of anti- apartheid demonstrations. MI Zl, 1971 THE IETHBRIDCE HEUALD 7 Sage film advice ignored By bOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "You should never remake great pic- tures." Samuel Goldwyn once advised fellow producer David 0, Selznick. "You can never do them bet- ter the second lime, "The thing lo do is remake your flops. Then you can im- prove on your errors." Selznick didn't follow Gold- wyn's advise. He went ahead and remade A Farewell to Arms, a well-remembered 1933 film with Helen Hayes and Gary Cooper. Selznick's 1958 version with '-is wife Jennifer Jones and Rock Hudson was a flop. It proved to be the producer's last movie. The Goldwyn counsel is today being ignored by a new genera- tion of film-makers. In their search for screen subjects the prodi'eers are sifting through the studio vaults for prODerties that once captured audiences and might do so today. The record is by no means forbidding. American-Interna- tional threw caution to the Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Plaza Suite" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Women in Love" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "The Horsemen" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Racing Fever" "Hell's Bloody Devils" One Complete Show ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY-July 22-Highwoy South 4 FRIDAY-July 23-Bridgetown Trio SATURDAY-July 24-Lounge-Music Man Combo Be sure to get your tickets for the KINSMEN ___ Club of Lethbridge 2 CAR AWARD Whoop-Up Days! TICKETS St.00 1971 VEGA 1971 COUGAR Cart will be on display each day at the fair grounds! Draw will be made Saturday, July 24th. Proceed! to future Ice Facilities in ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Whoop-Up Days Entertainment to a.m. Wednesday, July Thursday, July 22-Hlghway South 4 Thursday, July 22-Bingo-2 Jackpots Friday, July Trio Saturday, July Man Saturday, July Combo Members and Their Guests Only uin''s by remaking Wulhcring Heights, a 1939 Goldwyn classic starring Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon and David Nivcn. The new version captured no great praise from the critics. But it did enough business to rank as American-Interna- tional's No. 1 grosser. The company then went on the prowl for other classics which are conveniently in public domain and require no story purchase. The House of Seven Gables now is being filmed in England. It was last made In 1MO. Also in the works: Cam- ille, A Tale of Two Cities, Les Miserables and The Scariet Let- ter. The new management of MGM is set on a course to re- capture some of the famed com- pany's earlier magic. A remake of Trader Horn (1931) has been announced. Also a musical Tom Sawyer. The Mark Twain clas- sic previously starred Jack Pickford in 1917, Jackie Coogan in 1930, and Tommy Kelly in 1938. Also planned by MGM: a remake of Northwest Passage, which starred Spencer Tracy in 1940. Ross Hunter has announced a musical version of the Frank Capra film of 1937, Lost Hori- zon. Italy's Carlo Ponti has an- nounced a collaboration with the Russians on a new version of Anna Karenina. The tale was first filmed in 1915, later was in- terpreted twice by Greta Garbo and ITS done a fourth time, by Vivien Leigh in 1948. Calgary residents warned to cut down on water use CALGARY (CP) City ad- ministrators appealed to resi- dents Tuesday to cut water con- sumption or face rationing for the first time in eight years. As the temperature rose the mid 80s Monday, water con- sumption increased to 120 mil- lion gallons and left no reserve water or equipment to handle emergencies such as line breaks or fires. Chief commissioner Geoff Hamilton said utmost restraint should be used in watering lawns and parks officials said that even in hot weather a good soaking once a week is suffi- cient. Mr. Hamilton said the city likes to keep 20 feet of reserve water in its reservoirs but start- ed Monday with 19.5 feet. By Tuesday the level was 15 feet. The city's facilities are "go- ing flat out Mr. Hamilton said. "We've just got to get some restraint or, of course, we'll have to go to some kind of reg- ulation." The last time water rationing was imposed WES in 1963, be- fore treatment facilities were expanded. The city is currently building a 316 million treatment facility on the Bow River, but a strike by opera'ing engineers has halted actual work. The average consumption of water in the city is 50 million gallons a day and the previous high.was in 1969 when a peak of 118-5 million gals, was reached. DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRftTH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and THURSDAY GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. ADULT HIT IN 'RACING FEVER' COLOR NO. 2 9 With Joe Morrison COLLEGE TONIGHT thru SAT. at and p.m. Adult-Mot Suitable for Children COLOR OMAR SHARIF LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG-JACK PALANCE MRAMOUOT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Academy Award Winner Best Actress J Glenda Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT LARRY HMMR a-J HAST SOSEli RUSSELL'S turf LAWRENCE'S "WOMEN IN LOVE1' ALAN'BATES OLIVER REED with Eleanor Bron GLENDA JACKSON JENNIE LINDEN COLOR by Deluxe United Artists I TONIGHT and THURS. At and p.m. ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Cofef TECWCOLOfT A Pkin STARTS FRIDAY STEVE MCQUEEN 'IE MANS" A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PKSENTATOt, FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ;