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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HSGHLIGHTSl ucsday MOVIE: The Winslow Boy, 0 p.m., Cli. 7: A 1949 English classic about an elegant attorney who assumes the case of a boy expelled from naval college. Stars Robert Danat, Mar- garet Lcighton. MOVIE: Desperate Moment, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A prison break gives a convicted murderer one last chance to prove his innocence. With Dirk Bogarde, Mai Zetterling. MOVIE: A Funny Thing Happened, on the Way to the Forum, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Movie version of a Broadway comedy dealing with lusty moments in the Eternal City. With Zero Mostel. PUBAFFAIRS: It Was a Very Good Year, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Tonight's focus is on 1932, the year Franklin Roosevelt campaigned for the presidency and Greta Garbo was all the rage in Hollywood. PROFILE: Farley Mowat, p.m., Ch. 7: A visit with one of Canada's most controversial auth'ors at his home on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. VARIETY: Val Doonican, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Eddie Albert, Lulu and English comic Michael Bentine. HISTORY: Civilisation, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Grandeur and Obedience describes the reaction of the Roman Catholic Church to the Protestant Reformation. INTERVIEW: The Personalities of Plants, p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks with a scientist who gives lie detector tests to flowers and believes they have personalities. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Shadow Over Elveron, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A young doctor runs afoul of a corrupt sherriff. With James Franciscus and Leslie Nielsen. SPORTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Chicago Cubs meet the Expos at Montreal's Jarry Park. Trimbles listed by radio and television stations. Any variation in program thedulet is due tp last-minure changes by the stations and it not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Hit Sound Richard Gordon John Oliver Show WEDNESDAY Total Information Back to the Bible John McAllister The Voice of China Show Living World Country Digest 8-00 John Oliver Show News, Sports Legge Show News Big Country with Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Slocks TUESDAY NIGHT World al Six Rob Ingram WEDNEbOAY Jack Thys CBC News if CJOC News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Probe 1220 News, Wealher and SporlS News and Grain Prices Jim Elliott Party Line Mdllnee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Norm Gregory Major News Bob Cencie Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major News McMaster CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World a! Six Reilh Lectures Classically Cdn Tuesday Night Nat. News Five Nights a Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener News World at 8 Commentary News, Wthr, Max Ferguson Gerussi 10-03 Morning Concert Matinee Radio Noon Afternoon Holiday Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 MICHELIN 'X' Steels Itself Against Punctures and blowouts. The inner secret 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. DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Friendly Giant Spiderman (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Winslow Boy It Was a Very Good Year Telnscope Men at Law Civilisation Teleprobe 7 Chez Helens HMO Hawaii Five-0 Sesame Street Wildlife Unlimited Luncheon Date WEDNESDAY Movie: Oregon Something to Think Trail About Meet Mullet! Farm Facts Take 30 Pinnochio and Or Galloping Gourmet Little Peoplfi Drop In 10.00 Mr. Dressup Expo Baseball CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT News Wynne's Pad News (ct 1 Dream of Jcannte 11 :.IO Pinrrc Bnrlon Klncio Binrjo DtinaPrmau News In Conversat Movie: WEDNESDAY Desperate Mo.npnt Thought (or Day Nashville Norlh University of Air Val Doonkan Barbara McNnir Ed Allen In Conversation Party Game (c) Movie: Shadow Over Elveron Famous -Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy Man Trap Best the Clock CFL: Winnipeg at Toronto KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillhillics News Gunsmtikr My Three Sons Newcomers Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture Today Show (c) Our Lives (c) Today in Montana The Doctors (c) Concentration (c) Anollicr World Family Affair Edge of Night Hollywod Squa'CS Pylo (c) jeopardy (c) Morv Griffin Who, What, Whore Hillbillies (c) Game Cronklte News (c) 9.55 Ncws NBC Nightly Hews World Turns (c) Men from Shlloti KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Ncwlywed Game News "jsrm Ncws Mows To Rome with Lovo S Copt Kangaroo Socrot storm (cl Mod Sriuaci (c) Dinah's Place (c) One Life to Live Adam 17 Jack LaLfinne Memory Game Movie: A Funny S.ilo of Century Dal Inn Game (c) Tiling Miipponuti on Galloping Gourmet General Hospital thf! Way to I he Audrey Password (c) Forum Love American That Girl (c) Ncwr, (c) Style Bewitched 60 Minutes All My Children News ic) Dick Cavcll (c) Make Deal C.) Hawaii Five-O TV star has the good life going HONOLULU (AP) "I'm naturaUy says James MacArthur. Our way of life here is very simple." Still, he keeps busy. His fin- gertips are calloused ffom play- ing a ukulele. He surfs, skin dives, plays tennis and visits the Otrigger Canoe Club. Thatcher tallest in defeat' MOOSE JAW (CP) Former Liberal Premier W. Ross Thatcher was described Monday as a great premier who "stood tallest in defeat." Allan W. Martin of Re- gina delivered the eulogy for the former premier, who died Friday of a heart attack at his Regina home. He was 54. About persons listened to the funeral service inside St. Andrew's United Church and thousands of otheis waited out- side to see the coffin, draped in a yellow and 'green Saskatche- wan flag, carried down the steps. Dr. Martin said he could al- most hear Mr. Thatcher say of the wave of goodwill and eulo- gies which have come from all parts of Canada: "You know, Find body of actor SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The coroner's office says a pre- liminary autopsy on actor Mi- chael O'Sullivan uncovered no cause of dsalh. Additional tests were being made. William Bali, head of the American Conservatory Theatre company, and other friends of the 37-year-old O'Sullivan found the actor's body in his apart- ment bedroom Saturday. On Broadway, he played with Helen Hayes in The White House and starred in the musi- cal It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman. He also had title roles in New York in Tartuffe and The Alche- mist at the Lincoln Centre Rep- ertory Theatre. His films were You're a Big Boy Now, and Hang 'Em High. Space cluttered COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) The Aerospace Defence Command headquarters re- ported today that Apollo 15 is the man-made object launched into earth orbit since the Soviet Union's first sputnik in 1957. Officials said objects now are being tracked by the centre, the others having passed out of orbit or plunged earth- ward. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13th St. N. Allan, I could have done with this buildup six weeks ago." Mr. Thatcher's Liberal gov- ernment was defeated in a June 23 election by the New Demo- cratic Party under Allan Blake- ney. 'And he would have a twinkle in his Dr. Martin said. I never failed to be amazed by the quality of goodwill of Ross Thatcher." MANY PAY TRIBUTE Prime Minister Trudeau at- tended the funeral, as did Pre- mier Blakeney, former Mani- toba premier Walter Weir, for- mer prime minister John Dief- enbaker, who was an honorary pallbearer, Senator Gil Molgat, Saskatchewan Chief Justice E. M. Culliton and federal cabinet ministers James Richardson and Otto Lang. Pallbearers were D. G. Steuart, former provincial treasurer and right-hand man to Mr. Thatcher; former labor minister Don MacLennan; for- mer executive assistants Mi- chael de Rosenroll, Dave Sheard and Ken Sunquist, and Jonathon Fox, a livestock pro- ducer from Lloydminster, Sask. The service, held near the downtown section of the city where Mr. Thatcher first en- tered politics more than 30 years ago as a city alderman, was a simple one-hour observ- ance. The flap-draped coffin was topped with a spray of yellow and white chrysanthemums and yellow roses, and was flanked by two wreaths. Dr. Martin, who spoke after a brief service conducted by Rev. John Sullivan, said the former premier was able to carry on despite diabetes which required frequent hospital visits, and al- ways did what had to be done and said what had to be said. "I once asked him in hospital, 'Why do you do it... after you have already achieved so But Mr. Thatcher would start talking of the need to help the underprivileged and it was "this invincible goodwill which al- lowed him to cany on." So goes the good life of a young actor who has that rarity, a steady job in his profession in Hawaii. MacArthur, 31, plays a young detective on the Hawaii Five-0- television show, latest in a long and varied list of roles for the son of Helen Hayes and the late playwright Charles MacArthur. DISMISSES FUTURE "The future? One day the show will be over, but I don't want to even think about he says. Pressed, he adds: "There are a lot of things I would like to try screen plays, theatre I'd like to do something like African Queen. No kidding, that was a great movie, and I'd like to try something like it." With the series with Jack Lord in its fourth year, his car- eer is in good shape. In a film called The Angry Breed, MacArthur met his wife, Melody Patterson, former star of television's F Troop. They were married and live in an apartment near Diamond Head. Tucsdoy, July 77, 1971 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD 5 JAMES MacARTHUR Naturally lazy 100 Copies plus tax Instant Print Copy Div. 1269 Third Ave. 5. lefhbridge SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KILLERS THREE" In color. Starring Robert Walker and Dianne Varse. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 27 and 28. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN" Starring Samantha Eggar, Oliver Reed and John McEnerey. Tuesday, July 27. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Jury 27, 28, 29 and 30. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life Tata the family lo a movie 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 Special Sask. Hail insurance plan inadequate EDMONTON (CP) The in- adequacy of hail insurance in Alberta has been exposed by last Friday's storm in central Alberta, says Peter Lougheed, provincial Progressive Conser- vative leader. A Conservative government in Alberta would revise the present crop and hail insurance provisions, Mr. Lougheed said in a prepared statement. Calculation of yield would be altered to cover more recent and up to date production yields, and the relationship be- tween hail and crop would be adjusted to make it more rea- sonable to recover losses caused by partial damage, he said. "The farmers in central Al- berta are entitled to a specific commitment." Mr. Lougheed said. "The livelihood of many has been severely jeopardized by circumstances beyond their control." EM) PROGRAM TORONTO (CP) Hyerson Polytechnics! Institute will end its six-year-old experiment in year-round classes after this year because o f low summer enrolment and an anticipated increase in operating costs. "We just weren't getting the en- rolments we honed to said registrar Al Wargo. PHONE 71100 session Alta.-Sask. college talk is surprise REGINA (CP) Education Minister Gordon MacMurchy said here he has little knowl- edge of a joint Alberta Sas- katchewan Community College planned for Lloydminster, Sask. The project was announced last week by Alberta Educa- tion Minister Robert Clark. "I am surprised the Alberta government would announce a project of this size without close consultation with the Sas- katchewan government or any of the department said Mr. MacMurchy. He said it sounds like a good project but he would not com- ment further until Alberta sup- plied more information. Lloydminster straddles the Alberta Saskatchewan bound- ary and Mr. Clark said the col- lege would serve residents of both provinces and would be built under a cost-sharing agreement. SURPASSES A MILLION Manitoba's population has surpassed the 1 million mark for the first time in the prov- ince's 101 year history. 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 of the Banshee" One Complete Show goes ahead REGINA (CP) Premier Allan Blakeney said Monday the special session of the Sask- atchewan legislature called for Wednesday will go ahead as scheduled. The premier, attending the funeral of former Liberal pre- mier Ross Thatcher in Moose Jaw, said he had asked the Li- berals if they wanted a post- ponement. He said, he was told by Liberal deputy leader D. G. Steuarl to "go ahead A recount of the June 23 elec- tion result in Athabasca consti- tuency, scheduled to open Mon- day in Prince Albert, was post- poned to Tuesday. Seek flying docs ADELAIDE, Australia (Reu- ter) No one wants to be a flying doctor any more, says the Royal Flying Doctor Ser- vice, which supplies medical care to remote areas in the in- terior of Australia. It has had no suitable replies to help-want- ed ads it has been running since April. REEH ACRES JUNCTUJN OF MAYOR. TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY LETKBRIDGE AIR SERVICE -LTD.- (In co-operation with the Alberta Aviation Council) Offers Special One-Day Charter Flight ABBOTSFORD, B.C. NTERNATIONAL International Air Show SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1971 Price Per Person Round Trip. Phone 327-1561 for further information Book Your Seot Nowl North America's Greatest Flying Show LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. Can take you anywhere in North America of competitive prices! "A SHOCKER! -New York Daily News j THIS IS 111! DAWNING OF THE ME OF THE FGRBIH PlOW "AUNIVERSAL PICTURE-TECHNICOLOR'MNAVISION' ERIC BRAEDEN SUSAN CLARK GORDON PINSENT IHIT NO. 2 tit "THE LOVE GOD IN COtOR with DON KNOTTS GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT Thru THURSDAY nt and p.m. FAMILY I NEXT ATTRACTION FOR ALL THE WORLD TO ENJOY! _ FAMILY MRAMOUOT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER Academy Award Winner 4 Best Actress Glends Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT D.H, LAWRENCE'S "WOMEN IN LOVE" ALAN BATES OLIVER REED with Eleanor Bron GLENDA JACKSON JENNIE LINDEN CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 328f300 ES OF FREE PARKING ENDS TONIGHT 'R.P.M.' and 'Machine Gun McCain' FIRST SHOW AT P.M. STARTS TOMORROW Big Jake... A legend of a man. A man who fought his way through hell to save a grandson he had never seen! AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER COMFORT ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN John Wayne-Richard Boone A CINEMA CENTER IIMS PRESENTATION Wayne Chrtttophcr MHchum Bobby Vtoton Brace Cabot Glenn Corbcrt 2 SHOWS AND H.M. ;