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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July 28, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD iTV HSGHLIGHTSI WEDNESDAY RETURN: Footliall, s p.m., Cli. 13: The first western televised Canadian Football League game of the season pits the Winnipeg Blue Bombers against the Argonauts at To- ronto. VARIETY; Flip Wilson, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Bing Crosby, the Supremes and comic David Steinberg. MOVIE: A Wolf Called Naliannic, 8 p.m.. Ch. 7: About the third rerun this season of the story of Tommy Tomp- kins, naturalist-photographer, and the wolf cub he saved from drowning. DRAMA: Nome of the Game, p.m., Ch. 7: A consumer crusader's life is threatened and a large maga- zine advertiser is implicated. With Richard Kiley. SPORTS: NFL Action, p.m., Ch. 11: The Decline and Rise of the Dallas Cowboys looks at the team's on- again, off-again 1970-71 season. INTERVIEW: rierrc Bcrton, p.m., Ch. 13: Berton talks with a man who gave up a job to be- come a beachcomber and vagabond poet. MOVIE: Flying Leathernecks, p.m., Ch. 7: Two Marine fighter pilots clash during the battle for Guadal- canal. Stars John Wayne, Robert Ryan. MOVIE: Anything Can Happen, p.m., Cli. 13: A 1952 comedy about a Russian immigrant who vows to marry a Manhattan stenographer. Stars Jose Ferrer, Kim Hunter. THURSDAY MOVIE: Pacific Blackout, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A man con- victed of murder escapes his captors and sets out to prove his innocence. With Robert Preston. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The Edmonton Eski- mos meet the Tiger-Cals in Hamilton. Trimbles are listed' by f he- radio and television stations. Any variation 1n program is due to last-minute hy the Stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald. Or Tire Supply. WEDNESDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Country Digest Voice of China The Living Word Ron Legqe Show Richard Gordoi CHEC if THURSDAY Jean Pauley John McAIMster Country Digest News, Sprjrts Major News, Sport i.16 Bia country Murry Richard Gordon CJDC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six a Doug Probe 1220 Show News, Wthr, Sport THURSDAY News and Grain Jack Thys Prices Request Action CBC News Jim Elliott Line News, Wthr, Sport Matinee Rob Ingram Show Phone Bill Show Rob Ingram John Walker Wayne Barry world at six TV- CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don McMaster Major Sporls Bob Cencie Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major Sports a.m. Don McMaster Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age of Elegance Men of Brass Music Past Sounds Like Europe Midnight Rule and Revolution Concern THURSDAY Ideas Network Eye Opener Nat News News From the Capitals World at 6 Five Nights a weeK Commentary Threatre News, Wthr. Gerussi Morning Concert Malinee 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 Mich el in 'X' ra dial'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'. Mich el in 'X' sleel-belled radial. LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Chez Helene Flying Leathernecks Sesame Street Luncheon Date Baseball Vacation Canaada Wolf Called N.ihannie TBA THURSDAY Something lo Think About Farm Facts Pinnochio Wide, Wide World Little News (c) Mr. Drcssup Telcprobe 7 Friendly Giant Movie: Pacific Blackou Meet Mulleit Take JO Edqe of Night Galloping (3ouri Banana Splits Fireball XL5 CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NlGnT in Conversation Flip Wilson THURSDAY Name of iho Game Thought for Day K -X fi News In Conversalion 11 MO Movie: Anything Parly Game (c) Can Happen Movie: Wild and Innocent Famous Jury Trials Another World (cl Trouble wilh Tracy Man Trap Beat ihe Clock CFL KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today Show Days of Our Lives Today in Montana The. Doctors (P T Another World (c) Concentration (c) Edge 0( Night Family Affair (c) Gome-- Pyle (c) Hollywood Squares Merv Griffin Jeopardy (c) Hillbillies (c) Space Walk Cronkito News News NBC Nightly News Somerset Family "Affair WEDNESDAY NIGHT Mayborry RFD News Men from Shiloh Hawaii Five-O Music Hail News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our Woi Snluto Agriculture As the World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Newlywed Game a-io Nfwi Farm News (c) News (c) c I. -r .A News Secret Storm Mary Tyler Mooro captain Kanqaroo One Life to Live Eddie's Father (c) Dinah's Place Memory Game (c) Room 332 Jack LnUanne (c) Dfliinf] Game Smith Family Sale of Century General Hospital Love on a Roof Top Galloping Gourmet Password Audrey (c) That Girl Nl I. Aditiit 1 ovc American Rcwltchoc) NPWS siyic News TBA All My Children News (c) Dick Cavoll Lets Aflako a Deal Odd Couple (c) Southam sale bid blocked OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Televison Commis- sion has blocked an application that would have resulted in an increase in Southam Press Ltd. holdings in Selkirk Holdings Ltd. to 40 per cent. The commission said Tuesday it would not be in the public in- terest for Selkirk Holdings to acquire Southam interests in Ot- tawa radio station CKOY in ex- change for more Selkirk shares. Southam currently holds about 37 per cent of Selkirk Holdings. The CRTC said it has fre- quently referred to concentra- tion of ownership in broadcast- i n g to the interest in Selkirk held by Southam, a big publisher of daily newspapers. The Southam holdings in CKOY amount to about 38 per >cent. The shares are valued at about million. The commission was told at June hearings that control of CKOY would remain in Ottawa if the Selkirk-Southam deal was approved. The majority of the shares are owned by Ottawa residents. Gordon Henderson president of CKOY Ltd., told the CRTC at that time that the deal would strengthen the station as it could draw on an organization with broadcasting interests in other cities. Selkirk owns a number of western Canada radio and tele- vision stations and CHCH-TV Hamilton, Ont., while Southam Press is principally a news- paper organization. To sue government VANCOUVER (CP) The Georgia Straight plans to sue the federal government over a Opportunities for Youth grant cancelled after com- plaints from British Columbia Liberal MPs. The Music Box Singer's lame spread ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) "It's a young, clean sound. "I think people enjoy it be- cause it's different." Katherine Harrington was talking about the Sanderlings, a teen-age singing group from St. John's whose vocal abili- ties and well-scrubbed look gave a Tommy Hunter show on CBC-TV one of its highest "enjoyment" ratings. The seven-member which includes three of Mrs. Harrington's own children, their first record this spring and it was released for national distribution July 1 by Howard Cable and Associates of Toronto, a division of Sum- mus Communications Ltd. Mrs. Harrington, wife of Telegram editor Michael F. Harrington, says: "We don't intend to become fully profes- sional there are no long- range plans. "We don't want to interfere with their studies." I'll Float Away, one song on tha record, is "almost too Johnny Murphy, pro- gram director of radio sta- tion VOCM here said in an interview. CANADIAN SONG The song, one of two written by Shirley Eckhardt, 15, of Oshawa, Ont., is among 12 recorded by Bath Harrington, 19, Denise Harrington, 16, Tommy Harrington, 13, Leslie Lake. 17, Christopher Hutton, 15, his brother Andrew, 13, and Michael Doyle, 13. All are pop numbers and nine are original Canadian compositions. Thre? of the songs were written by Bob Ruzicka, a young Edmonton dentist. The group was at the Na tional Arts Centre in Ottawa July 7 to tape a CBC Radio program. "I used to hope they'd get a break before they grew Mrs. Harrington says. Formed as a group for the first time in 1964 as the Little Car oilers for a CBC-TV Christmas program in St. John's, their fame spread SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "KILLERS THREE" In color. Starring Robert Walker and Diane Varse. Wednesday, July 28. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RUN, ANGEL, RUN" In color. Raw and Violent. Wed- nesday and Thursday, July 28 and 29. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday, July 28, 29 and 30. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie! LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. one) 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT 4 IN THE CLUBROOMS 4 WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "Aces Hiffli" A FRIDAY and SATURDAY A "Alberta Ranch Boys" 1 Members and Invited Guests! J locally and eventually to the mainland. "The kids sang a lot at con- ventions here and delegates from outside Newfoundland used to wonder why they wer- en't seen nationally." AT FOLK FESTIVAL In 1867 they appeared out- side Newfoundland for the first the Dartmouth. N.S., folk festival, part of ttiat year's celebration of Canada's Centennial. A Kiwanis convention was held in St. John's two years later. The Sanderlings' ap- pearance led to an invitation to sing at the organization's international convention i n Detroit in June, 1970. En route hack to St. John's they were auditioned in To- ronto by Dave Thomas, then producer of the Tommy Hunter show. A CBC research report said of their ap p e a r a n ce with Hunter: "Indications are that the high point of the broadcast was the appearance of the Sanderlings, a group of teen- age singers from Newfound- land. "As a result, then- own con- tribution to the program rated a specially high enjoyment index of 87." Although they often sing rol- licking Newfoundland songs, Mrs. Harrington says the main sound is pop. "We'd be limited if we stuck to Newfoundland folk songs." President Anwar Sadat of Egypt was unanimovsly em- powered at Cairo to take what- ever action be deemed neces- sary to dislodge Israel from the occupied Arab territories. Y J, PRESIDENT SADAT Receives mandate The members of the National Congress of the Arab Socialist Union, Egypt's only political party, gave him the mandate. In a brief speech at Hie clos- ing plenary session of the con- gress, the president said Egypt must make political and mili- tary moves before the end of the year to eliminate Israeli occupation of Arab lands. A self-styled weather wizard collected at Nottingham, England for keeping rain away from the Nottingham City Fes- tival, in the Robin Hood coun- try. Gypsy prince Lee Petnlen- gro, 70, guaranteed to keep rainfall under a half-inch for the festival and he did it. The prince did not reveal his method, but total rainfall for the festival was 0.32 inches. For the first time, the festival showed a profit. United Nations Secretary- General U Thant had a medical checkup to determine whether he has fully recovered from an indisposition he suffered last month. Thant, 62, now feels Fine, the spokesman said. Representative Bella Aljzug is asking the U.S. Congress to declare war on the sex prefix. The New York Democrat, wife of a stockbroker, is doing thing for women's libera- lon by preceding her signature with "Ms." She figures that can be taken for Mrs. or Miss if reference must: be made at all. But women, she said should :ie considered as "individuals and not as wives of individu- als." In the Centre of Things FRI., JULY 30 BEAVER ROOM INTRODUCING "MR. CULLER" WED., JULY 28 VIMY LOUNGE "ANYTHING GOES" SAL, JULY 31 VIMY IOUNGE "SUNSET 4" Royal Canadian Legion i GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. SAT., JULY 31 BEAVER ROOM "MOORE TRIO" Two elderly brothers who al- ways had lived together hanged themselves in their home in Bologna, Italy to put an end to the sufferings of age. Giovanni Forni's wife found the bodies when she came back to their home in nearby ;San Giovanni after a day's work in the fields. Giovanni, 70, was found hang- ing from a banister. His broth- er Arvedo. 69, was hanging from a rafter in the cellar. Uncle Billy marks 104th birthday HIGH RIVER (CP) Resi- dents in this southern Alberta community celebrated the 104th birthday of Billy Henry with a civic holiday, called Spitzee Day. Uncle Billy, as he is called by his friends, has been a resi- dent of the area since 1885. Bora in Perthshire, Scotland, he arrived in Canada from his native country at the age of 12 and moved west several years later where he worked as a rangeman and roundup captain for local ranchers. He was a foreman for George Lane, an Alberta ranching pio- neer, and in 1898, drove 180 head of cattle to the Klondike Gold Rush. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Le Mans" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Le Mans'' Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Big Jake" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Love God" "Colossus Forbin Project" One Complete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Raffle winners were: JIM EWING 815 13 St. S. BERT QUALLY 2124 9th Ave. S. D. S. PAYNE 1305 18th Ave. S. FIRST WOMAN VP NEW YORK (AP) Edwina Gilbert, who joined Eastern Air Lines as a stewardess in 1956, was named the company's first woman vice-president Tuesday with responsibility for all in- flight customer services. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Codified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridg. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 55 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AttOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Thursday-July 29-BR1DGE TOWN TRIO Friday-July 30-VAGABONDS Saturday-July 31-RAYMOND CANADIANS TONITE I i I k'! 1 and THURSDAY 1 at and p.m. STARTS FRIDAY fcflfl PntaSw Untold t? BUEW HSU CINEMA 4th AVE ft Sth ST ii27510ir TONITE ond THURS, ot and p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER HURRY LAST 2 DAYS Academy Award Winner Best Actress Glenda Jackson COLLEGE it. too NOW SHOWING at p.m. AIR CONDITIONED COOL FOR SUMMER John Wayne "Big Jake" ADULT Not Suitable For Children A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION PAlifui Vuync '.Christopher Mftcnuni .Maureen O'Hara asMARTHA ADULT Not Suitable for Children METRO GOLDWYN-MAYER Prcscnls A BURT KENNEDY PRODUCTION SINMis DffiTYDIIUS It's land oi a western. He's sort of a cowboy. PANAYISIOrf METROCOLOR FRANK SINATRA, D GEORGE KENNEDY ENDS TONITE "Colossus" The Forbin Project "THE IOVE GOD" Gales Open p.m. Show at p.m. 2 Big ft Features JU SHOWING THURS. FRI. SAT. and SUN. thetril into a mascafintriqnc, titrc and bcautijul iromim. James Garner Gayle Hunnicutt ;