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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ Monday, July 26, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD S Rains kill 11 KAGOSIIIMA, Japan (AP) Eleven persons were reported killed and a !2th was missing today following heavy over- night rains in Kagoshima state in southern Japan, police said. CAM SALES UP MOSCOW of passenger cars in the Soviet Union doubled in the first six months of this year compared wi'.h the same period in 1970, official figures released here. HIGHLIGHTSI MONDAY DEBATE: Under Attack, p.m., Ch. 7: The My Lai case attorney and chairman of the Lt. Calley Defense Com- mittee claims anything goes in the heat of combat, even the killing of women and children. SCIENCE: World We Live In, p.m., Cli. 7: Life in Parched Lands studies plant and animal survival in two U.S. deserts. DEBUT: McCloml, p.m., Ch. 13: Dennis Weaver approached lu's Gunsmoke fame in this mini-series about a cowboy-detective from New Mexico sent to New York to study big-cily crime detection methods. With Diana Muldaur. SCIENCE: Suzuki on Science, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The re- action of the scientific community to the Vietnam war. PUBAFFAIRS: Best of Take 30, p.m., Ch. 7: A repeat of the CBC-TV's acclaimed afternoon women's show looks at Canadian pop culture of the Second World War. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrlon, p.m., Ch. 13: Ken Murray, th.e "prince cf nostalgia" shows Pierre some of his famous home movies. TUESDAY MOVIE: Only the Brave, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: An early Gary Cooper saga, of 1930, centres on a jilted Cavalry soldier who volunteers for spy duty during the Civil War. With Virginia Bruce. MOVIE: Mister Cory, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A bus boy leaves his summer resort job to join the Chicago gambling world. Stars Tony Curtis. WOMEN'S: Take 30, .1 p.m., Ch. 7: The pros and cons of damming the Fraser River at Moran, B.C. Trimbles Program? 'arf lilted radio and televiilon ifalioni. Any variation-'ih .progfaM'stiedgle- ii due to InsNmitiuto chnngsi by Ilin itationj aria it not the responsibility ol the Herald Supply. if CHEC News on fhe Hour Wealher on the Half Hour Hit Sound TUESDAY McAllister MONDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Country Digest Voice cf China John Living Word Show John Oliver Show Country Digest Ron Lcgge Show News aoc TUESDAY Jack Thys CBC News Phone Bill Sh' Wayne Barry Richard Gordon Show 12-00 Total Information Big Counlry with Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Stocks MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at six Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Andersen Show News and Grain Prices Jim Elliott Parly Line Matinee Probe 1220 Rob Ingram News, Wthr, Sport World at Six TJr CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. 6-00 Don McMastcr Major News Bob Cencie Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major News a.m. Don 'McMaster Vr CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Distinguished World ol bix Ih Jazz for (he Record Music Past As It .ianpens Midnight National News TUESDAY From tlie Csmlals Eye Opener Five Night A World at Eight Week Commentary Theatre News and Weathe Max Ferguson GiMrusH 10-03 Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Matinee Aflernoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles lire Supply ___________H H g 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 Steels itself Against Punctures and blowouts. The inner ecret of the Michelin 'X' radial's strength and resistance to dam- age from all kinds of road haz- ards is steel. A strong, flexible belt of steel bonded to rubber under the tread. Put this steel shield to work for you and your family's safety. And get up to miles and more twice the mileage of ordinary tires. Change-up to 'X'. Michelin 'X' steel-belted radial. LEfllMMTE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT U'lnprobc 7 TBA Under Allack World We Live Partridge Farmr This is thft Law 11-20 Toleprobe 7 Chez Hclene Hawaii Five-0 Sesame Stroet Stampede Wrestling Luncheon Date TUESDAY Movie: In Something to Only the v Think About Farm Facts The Bold Ones lc) Pinnochio and Oz Ifl'OD Suzuki on Science Little People 10-30 Take 30 Mr. Dressup News lc) 10-30 Friendly Giant .rave Meet Mullett Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) spiderman CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Right of Apollo XV In Conversation 5-30 I Dream of New; Mary Tyler Moore Pii News (c) Medical Centre fl-On Room J22 (ct McCloutl (c) Piq and Whistle Ironside News (c) Wrestlino, This Week (c) TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Eil Allen Party Game (c) Movie: Mister Corey Famous Jury Trials Another World Trouble With Tracy Man Trap Beat Ihc Clock Wynne's Pad KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9} Today in Montana As ilie World 1 Concentration !c) News Bird's Lye View Green Acres News Tonight Show TUESDAY IMS Our World IMS Salute Arirlniltu Toclny Sliow k) Days nf Our Lives Family Affair (c) Workf (c) Squares (c) Edge of Night Jeopardy (c) Corner Pv'e lc) Who, What, Where Merv Griffin Show Game Hillbillies Cronkite News (c) Another World Nowr, Somerset Hillbillies KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Make er have appeared above the words "I WANT YOU" on the U.S. Army's most famous re- cruiting poster. But 20 years before that Bolls was recruited himself, as the First World War drew to a close. Recently "someone said should be getting a veteran's Botts says. "But I checked with the gov- ernment and was told my ser- vice records credit me with only 80 days' seryics 10 days shy of the minimum require- ment." English actress Jane Birkin won't talk about whether she will marry her newborn baby's father, Serge Gainsbourg, French actor, poet and song- writer. Jane, 24, gave birth to a girl, to be called Charlotte Lucy, in a London clinic. She said in March she did not want the 42-year-old Gainsbourg to ever to be able to say that he "only married me because of the and said they would discuss marriage after the baby was born. Jane's controversial record Je t'Aime, Moi Non Plus sold one million copies and was banned in Britain because of its sex overtones. Rose Kennedy, mother of the late President John F. Kennedy, quietly observed her Rlst birth- day in Hyannis Port, Mass., surrounded by her family. With her at the Kennedy compound were Ethel Kennedy, widow of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and several of her younger children, and Mrs. Edward M. Kennedy, wife of the Massachu- setts senator, and their three children. Senator Kennedy later joined the family on Cape Cod. e The James Sinclair family is happy that Prime Minister Tru- deau and his wife Margaret are expecting a baby in December, a sister of Mrs. Trudeau said in West Vancouver, B.C. "We're delighted, of said Mrs. Heather Walker, 28, the eldest of five daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair. "The whole family is pleased. But be- yond saying that we have no comment." Mrs. Walker is the mother of the Sindairs' only grandchild, a two-year-old girl. The prime minister's office, confirmed Friday that Mrs. Trudeau is pregnant. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Le Mans" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Women in Love" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "R. P. M." "Machine Gun McCain" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Kiss and Kill" "Cry ot the Banshee" One Complete Show hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 i just one of 18 quality Zenith hearing aids. One ol them might be just right for you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today, Zenith hearings aids arc priced from the qti.ilily pofs in hofort! (tic nnmn ROOS nn. ol "Sound A HfJitiifi" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. LETHBRIDGE_______ NAMC I I I OTTAWA (CP) Political life for a government back- bencher can be pretty frustrat- ing. Phil Givens, Liberal MP for York West, said as much when le announced he will quit the federal field and run in the next Ontario general election. The big drawback is that the government back-bencher must >8 cautious in his criticism of government policy and actions or his chances of promotion tio jarliaraentary secretary and cabinet will shrink. This perforce leaves all or most of the criticism to the op- position MP, though the govern- ment member may privately agree with it, especially when he knows his constituents-do. In the parliamentary form of government, a high value is still set on party loyalty. By and large, the this applies to the opposition as well as the government confine his criticism of the party to the privacy of the weekly caucus meetings. SEEKING SOLUTION The Trudeau cabinet has been trying to find some way around this problem. The object would be to allow the government back-bencher to disagree with the administra- tion publicly without being sent to political Coventry or forced out of the ruling party alto- gether. Liberal party sources say it would be simple enough for the cabinet to declare that Liberal back-benchers can disagree in public with the government. But from such a declaration would flow automatically the re- sult that Liberal MPs would be allowed to vote as they pleased in the Commons. In other words, a free vote on every piece of legislation and opposition motion of non-confi- dence. Except on so-called matters of conscience, such as abolition of the death penalty for murder, no government has been able to face such a prospect. It could result in the forma- tion of independent groups within political parties and in ,he end so splinter the Com- mons that it would be impossi- ble for any administration to govern for any length of time. One other solution has been proposed within the cabinet: The abolition of non-confidence motions and the consequent Damiy Kaye musical to close NEW YORK tort, however. Many persons 'eel it would mean, in effect, adoption of the presidential "orm of government, something Canadian administrations do not appear rerdy for in the foresee- able future. In the meantime, the govern- ment back-bencher with politi- cal ambilions will continue to have to bite his tongue. DIETRICH DINTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denlol Mechanic Natioifa'l Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridg. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES GROWS IN DROUGHT COLOMBO, Ceylon (AP) A rubber tree that will grow under drought conditions has been de- veloped, opening the possibility of rubber production outside the traditional wet-zone areas, the Ceylon Rubber Research Insti- tute announced. BISHOP WALKS SIX DAYS SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter) Kenneth Leslie, 60-year-old Anglican Bishop of Ba'.hurst, has ended a 130-mile fund-rais- ing walk through western New South Wales. The walk, which took six days, was understood to have raised LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Offering the Finest Entertainment in Town "Country Combination" LOIS LANE VOCALIST FROM U.S.A. July 26 through August 7 "Patterson Republic" PENNY TAYLOR VOCALIST FROM REGINA By Popular Demand FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KILLERS THREE" In color. Slat-ring Robert Walker and Diane Varse. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 26, 27 and 28. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN" In color. Starring Samanlha Eggar, Oliver Reed and John McEnery. Monday and Tuesday, July 26 and 27. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PAYMENT IN BLOOD" In color. Starring Ed Byrnes and Guy Madison. Monday, July 26. Shows at and p.m. Adult. 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J.WS J i CINEMA' I 4th AVE 8th ST 327 5100 at and p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER .cademy Award Winner 4 Best Actress Glenda Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT LARRY KRAMER i KEN RUSSELL'S ifnii D.H.LAWRENCE'S "WOMEN IN LOVE" PHONE 71100 nDlUE III KEEN ACRES JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COlltTS; HIGHWAY I TONIGHT, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "A SHOCKER! -New York Daily News THIS ISTHE DAWNIN8 OF THE IGE OF THE FORBIN PROJECT a A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR" PANAVISIOIT ERIC BRAEOEN SUSAN CLARK GORDON PINSENT (HIT NO. 2 "THE LOVE GOD" IN COLOR with DON KNOTTS GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT thru WED. at and p.m. at200MPH! UMAHT FAMILY NEXT ATTRACTION FOR ALL THE WORLD TO ENJOYI FAMILY f COLLEGE TONiTE and TUES, FIRST SHOW at P.M. RELAX IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT A slory totally of today. Of tension, turmoil, and the clash of ideals on a college campus.- COLUMBIA PICTURES RESTRICTED STANLEY KRAMER'S an. ADULT ANTHONY QUINN ANN-MARGRET- GARY LOCKWOOD i HIT "MACHINE GUN McCAIN" NO. 2. 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