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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, July 24, 1971 HIGHLIGHTS SAURDAV SPECIAL: Hiss Universe Pageant, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: The 20th annual competition for the international beauty crown, from Miami. VARIETY: DCS O'Connor, p.m., Ch. 13: Guest to- night is comedian Charlie Callas. MOVIE: Summer and Smoke, p.m., Cli. 13: A 1961 movie adaptation of Tennessee Williams' study of a re- pressed smalltown spinster in Mississippi. Stars Geralctine Page and Laurence Harvey. SPECIAL: Beer for Breakfast, p.m., Ch. 7: First of two comedies centring on a young couple who are trying to lead the good life in Toronto's cabbagctown. With Mia Anderson. MOVIE: Fourteen Hours, p.m., Ch. 7: Richard Basehart gives a poignant performance as an emotionally- distraught young man bent on committing suicide by jump- ing from a hotel ledge. With Paul Douglas. MOVIE: Detective Story, P-m- ch- 13: "le tale of a tough New York cop who is accused of brutality. Stars Kirk Douglas. SUNDAY SPORTS: AAU International Champions, p.m., Ch. 9: An international track and field meet taped in Italy. ARTS' Pick anil Choose, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: A report on the Canadian'art scene visits with Jack Chambers, Alex Col- LETHBRIDGE WEST PROVINCIAL PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE NOMINATION MEETING WEDNESDAY, JULY 28th at 8 p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th AVE. AND 6th ST. N. Guest Speaker Peter Lougheed PROVINCIAL PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE tEADER China leftists purged ville, Robert Bnice and Denis Burton, formerly of Leth- orklge. SPORTS: Kalcidosport, p.m. ,Ch. 7: Highlights ot sports and recreation at the Calgary Stampede includes a figure-skating demonstration by Canadian champion Karen Magnusson. SPECIAL: Calgary Sports Club. p.m., Ch. 13: Club cars participate in the climb up Broadcast Hill in Calgary. PUBAFFAIRS: Sunday Bcsl, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: To Be an Indian studies Indian life in Canada, including that of Chief Small Boy's breakaway tribe near Hobbema. MOVI'E: Little Boy Lost, p.m., Cli. 13: Bmg Crosby stars in a 1953 drama about a former U.S. war correspondent who returns to Paris to find his young son. MOVIE: Film Flam Man, 6 p.m., Ch. 9: George C. Scott, and Canadian Michael Sarrazin star in a 1967 comedy about a notorious con artist and his young sidekick. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m 13: Repeat of a four-part series on Australian wildlife begins with a study of birds and animals in coastal and inland regions. DRAMA :Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13: Mystery sur- rounds the identity of a charming seafaring stranger. With1 Vincent Price. RETURN: The Manipulators, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: First in a series of repeats from the 1969-70 season recounts a proba- tion officer's attempts to help a teacher charged with negli- gent driving. With Marc Strange. SPECIAL: The Foreign Fishing Invasion, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: An updated report on the dispute last year between Can- ada and the U.S.S.R. over fishing rights off the B.C. coast. NATURE: Tommy Tompkins, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A study of mountain goats and sheep which live on the craggy peaks of the Rockies. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, 10 p.m. ,Ch. 13: Repeat story about a retarded orphan who fears his dog will be destroyed because of rabies. With Christina Crawford. MONDAY SPECIAL: Apollo 15, 6 a.m., Ch. 7 and 13: CBC and CTV provide coverage of the early morning blastoff from Cape Kennedy of the U.S.' 12-day moon flight. MOVIE: Little Big Horn, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1951 version of General George Custer's defeat at the hands of the Sioux Indians in Motana. With John Ireland. MOVIE: Kelly and Me, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A vaudevil- lian of the early 1930s is a flop until he works a German shepherd dog into his act. Stars Van Johnson, Piper Laurie. SPORTS: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9: The Chicago Cubs meet the Expos in Montreal's Jarry Park. HONG KONG (Reu'.er) China is conducting a purge of extreme leftists which could in- volve polilburo member Chen Po-ta, usually reliable sources said here today. Chen, a former aide of party Chairman Mao Tse-tung, was one of the spearheads of the Great Proletarian Cultural Rev- olution that threw China into turmoil between 1967 and 1969. The purge was against mem- bers of the May 16 Group, which took a leading role in the revolutionary disorders, the sources said' Yao Teng-shan, who seized control of the Peking foreign ministry for 13 days at the height of the disorders, already has been punished, reliable re- ports say. Six other men, in top posi- tions, have recently been identi- fied here in an article in the Far Eastern Economic Review by Jack Chen, who lived in the Chinese capital during the revo lution and arrived in Hong Kong last month. Purges were reliably re- ported to be under way ii Hopei, Fukien and Kwnagtun_ provinces, and big characte posters have been put up i Canton denouncing "shar the source said. These campaigns were said to leaders of (he excesses, and Hio Pcnnlp's fnr their crime e conducted by the People's Jberation Army, which played key role in restoring order in Una and whose officers oc- upy parly secretaryships in 15 ut of 25 provincial Communist arty committees. Chen Po-ta, who served for car's as Mao's personal confi- dant and secretary and is a anking member of the poht- juro, has not been seen in pub- ic since August, 1970. Chen was believed to be un- dergoing self-criticism sessions n Peking over his role in the revolutionary disorders. Arguments in Peking are ihought to centre on how the disorders erupted and why they were not controlled. Chen ant Chiang Ching, Chairman Mao's wife, were reliably reported to have played a key role in lead ing the cultural revolution in Peking. Now the pragmatic Chines administration of Premier Cho En-lai is apparently intent on reaffirming the country's repu tation for stability and on pun ishing those responsible for th disorders. The government has apolo gized to Britain for the burnin; of the British mission. The May 16 Group member were being held up as the ring B.C. ballerina scores triumph By JACQUES POUTEAU provided a particularly effective Station for Wetaskiwin gets CRTC green light t Lt CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WHOOP-UP ENTERTAINMENT TONY WHITE TONIGHT SATURDAY IN THE CLUBROOMS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS OTTAWA (CP) Parkland Radio Ltd. has obtained per- mission to establish an AM radio station in Wetaskiwin as a regional centre for govern- ment and business in central Alberta. The CRTC expected Park- land Radio to "provide a use- 4 4 4 Negro joins Indian tribe DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) Negro James Chase has be- come a member of the Sioux Indian tribe. Chase, a federal labor de- partment official, was inductee in a ceremony Friday on the Fort Totten reservation. Tribal chairman Louis Good- house said there was no recorc in the reservation of such an honor to a black man. Chase, whose induction was part of a local annual Indiai celebration, was re-n a m e d Plenty Stars. ul local service to Wetaskiwin, onoka, Leduc and other sur- unding communities to sup- ement the services now avail- >le from Carmose and Edmon- n." While a Calgary group had iplied for the same radio fre- lency as Parkland Radio, the believed the fre- uency would be better used in roviding a first local service i Wetaskiwin. Parkland Radio is headed by >onald Millar of Draniheller, 'ho told the commission that js station plans to give better of local events in Wet askiwin than- existing regional taitons. A bid by Ernest Alfred Myk- yte of Edson, Alta., to set up a adio station in Wesltock, Alta., fas turned down. t LONDON (Reuter) Ken- neth Macmillan's new ballet Anastasia, based in the mysteri- ous case of Anna Anderson who claimed to be Czar Nicholas Il's youngest daughter, was enthu- siastically received at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Canadian ballerina Lynn Sey- mour of Vancouver scored a personal triumph in the title role. The ballet, the first full-length work composed by Macmillan for the Royal Ballet since his Romeo and Juliet, is a de- velopment of a one-act version he made in 1367 for the Berlin Deutsche Opera which he re- cently left to return to Covenl Garden as director of the Royal Ballet. The Berlin version, set to an introductory electronic score followed up by Czech composer iohuslav Martinu's Fanataisies Symphoniques, now forms the third act which depicts the fan tasy world of the woman win claims to be Anastasia. The two first acts, set respec lively to Tchaikowsky's Firs ackground to 1914 com resses and white uniforms. Ihildren barred rom radio sets after 8 p.m. PANAMA CITY (Reuter) Children will be barred from vatching television or listening o the radio hare after 8 p.m. mder new censorship regula- ions announced here. Material classified as "for adults only" will be permitted only after that time. and Third symphonies, are land of poetic reconstruction o Anastasia's life at the imperia court just before the Russia revolution. 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