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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THOSE IN USE The Ontario department of lands and forests estimates that only 750,000 maple trees in Ontario are in use for syrup purposes. HEAVY PRODUCTION Peking printers have turned out more than nine million copies of works by Marx, Lenin and Chairman Mao Tse-tung since the beginning of 1971. TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPECIAL: Stanley Cup Finals, 5:30 p.m., Ch. 7: The seventh and decisive game between the Montreal Canadiens and Black Hawks, in Chicago, for world professional hockey supremacy. MOVIE: Better a Widow, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Peter En-ery and Vima Lisi star in a 1968 Italian comedy about a young English engineer on a Mediterranean island. DRAMA: Mod Squad, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Julie (Peggy Lipton) assumes the identity of a girl who had died during a narcotics investigation. With Michael Ansara. MOVIE: Three's A Crowd, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 7: A pilot marries under the delusion that his first wife is dead. With Larry Hagman and Jessica Walter. VARIETY: Nashville North, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun with guests Anne Murray, Mike Graham and the folksing-ing Travellers. SPECIAL: Diana!, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A 60-minute special with the former lead Supreme singer, plus guests Bill Cosby, Danny Thomas and the Jackson 5. DOCUMENTARY: China 71, 10:30 p.m., Ch. 7: A pro-file of mainland China and its inhabitants. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Hellions, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Five outlaws hold a reign of terror in a small South African settlement. With Richard Todd. TALK: Pierre Berton, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: A minister, afflicted with a bone disease, explains how a wheelchair victim is not necessarily incompetent. I rimOleS Listings Programs ore listed by the radio and Television stations. Any variation in program shcdule� is dur to l&st-minuto changrs by the stations ond is not -the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. aoc 7:50 News, Weather and Sports 8:35 Phone Bill Show TUISDAY NIGHT t:K World at six �:W Rob Ingram 9:00 John Walker i:00 a.m. Doug Anderson 10:P5 w�yn� Ba"y WEDNESDAY 12:00 Probe 1220 3: JO Jack Thys 12:30 News, Weather 6:0 CBC News and Sports * CHEC * News on the Hour, Weather on TUESDAY NIGHT 6:05 Dinner Showcase - Bill Brown 7:00 Back to the Bible 7:30 The Voice of China 7:45 Musical Interlude 8:00 World Tomorrow 8:30-2:00 a.m. Simulcast CHEC-FM WEDNESDAY 5:30 Breakfast with . Ron Rosvold Wthr 6:50 Farm Show 7-30 News, Sport, 8:00 Major News 9:00 Music with George Ferguson 12:00 Total Information Hour 1:00 Music with Gerry GIvens '4:35 Stock Market 4:50 Sport, News, Wthr. 1:00 News and Grain Prices 1:05 Jom Elliott Party Line 3:30 Matinee 4:05 Rob Ingram 6:00 World at Six the half hour CHEC-FM MON. THRU THURS. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour 6:00 John Henry Oliver 12:00 Bill Brown 1:00 Other Side with Jack Davles 4:00 Bill Brown 8:00 Chuck Tanner 12:00 Ron Legge ? CBR * Radio 1010 - Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT S:35 Tempo 6:00 World at six 6:30 Supplement 7:03 Guest Appearance 7:30 Operas We Like 1:03 Tuesday Night 10:00 National News 10:30 Theatre 10:30 10:03 11:03 Orchestral Concertll:03 12:03 Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY 6:05 Eye Opener 8:00 World at Elgh*  8:15 Commentary 10:10 From th� Capitals 9:15 Gerrusll 12:03 1:15 2:03 3:03 4:00 4:10 4:30 Morning Concert Matinee Alta. at Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Afternoon Concert BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL r SAVE YOUR TIRES & STEERING SYSTEM ^ WHEEL ALIGNMENT SO95 ^^BEr lor most Parts extra I, ^m 1||,, , _ Our alignment specialists will do all this work . . . inspect front-end, springs, �hock absorbers and steering wheel assembly Mign front-end; correct camber, castor and toe-in. ALL REPAIRS FULLY GUARANTEED LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 5:00 Splderman (c) 5:30 NHL Hockey 8:00 Petlcoat Junction 8:30 Movie: Three's i Crowd 10:30 China 7) 11:00 News (c) 11:20 Teleprobe 7 11:40 Tee to Green 12:10 Avengers WEDNESDAY 8:45 Something To Think About 9:00 Farm Facts 9:10 Plnnochlo and 9:35 Mr. Dressup 10:00 Western Schools Oz 10:30 Friendly Giant 10:45 Chez Helena 11:00 Sesame Street 12:00 Lee Drew's Children's Hour 1:00 Movie: The Hellions (c) 2:30 Our Town 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night M 4:00 Galloping Gourmet cfcn-tv Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT 4:30 Wynne's Pad (c) 5:00 Fllntstones (c) 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6:00 Klngo Bingo (c) 6:30 News (c) 7:00 Eddie's Father 7:30 Mod Squad (c) 8:30 Nashville North 9:00 Diana Ross (c) 10:00 Barara McNalr 11:00 News 11:20 News (c) 11:40 Dangerman 12:40 In Conversation WEDNESDAr 8:40 Thought for Day 8:45 News (c) 9:00 ETV 9:15 Parlons Francals 9:30 University of Air 10:00 Miss Helen 10:15 Sand Box 11:00 Ed Allen (c) 11:30 In Conversation 12:00 Beat the Clock (c) 12:30 Buckshot (c) 1:00 Peyton Place (c) 2:00 Man Trap (c) 2:30 Famous Jury (rials 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 Trouble with Tracy 4:00 Pierre Berton (c) 4:30 Wynne's Pad 5:00 Fllntstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5:00 News 5:30 Gunsmoke (c) 6:30 My Three Sons 7:00 Carol Burnett 8:00 Mannix (c) 9:00 News 9:30 Tonight Show WEDNESDAY 5:15 Our World 5:45 Agriculture 6:00 Today Show (c) 11:00 Our Lives (c) 7:00 Today In Montana 11:30 The Doctors (c) 7:30 Concentration (c) 12:00 Another World 8:00 Family Affair -----....... 8:30 Hollywod , Squares 9:00 Jeopardy (c) 9:30 Who, What, Game 9:55 News 10:00 Somerset 10:30 World Turns 12:30 Edge of Night 1:00 Gomer Pyle (c) 1:30 Merv Griffin Where 3:00 Hillbillies (c) 3:30 Cronklte News (c) 4:00 NBC Nightly News 4:30 Mayberry RFD 5:00 News (c) (c) 5:30 Men from Shlloh kfbb-tv Great Falls Channel NIGHT TUESDAY 4:30 News 5:00 To Roma with Love 5:30 Mod Squad (c) 6:30 Adam 12 (c) 7:00 Movie: Better a Widow (c) 9:00 News (c) 9:30 The Interns (c) 10:30 Dick Cavett (c) WEDNESDAY 5:25 Farm News 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) 5:30 News 11:30 News 6:00 capt. Kangaroo 12:00 Secret Storm (c) 7:00 Dinah's Place (c) 12:30 On* Life to Llvt 7:30 Jack LaLanne 8:00 Sale of Century 8:30 Galloping Gourmet 9:00 Audrey 9:30 A World Apart (c) 10:00 All My Children 10:30 Make a Deal (c) 11:00 Newly wed Gam* 1:00 Memory Gamt 1:30 Dating Game (c) 2:00 General Hospital 2:30 Password (c) 3:00 That Girl (c) 3:30 Bewitched 4:00 News ic) 4:30 News Theatre Canada has good start OTTAWA (CP) - If the en-thusiastic reaction to the children's theatre Monday at the National Arts Centre is any indication, Theatre Canada '71 is off to a good start. Festival actress laid low NIAGARAON-THE-L A K E, Ont. (CP) - A spokesman for the S'naw Festival announced here that Montreal actress Louise Marleau has been foroed to leave temporarily the 1971 festival's pre-season tour production of The Philanderer because of an appendectomy. The spokesman said Miss Marleau was taken to hospital in Montreal where The Philanderer was scheduled to open a seven-performance engagement Tuesday night, following completion of five performances in Kingston, Ont., last week. Miss Marleau, 26, played the leading female role of Julia in Gorge Bernard Shaw's autobiographical play. The production now will open in Montreal May 20 for six performances through May 23. Replacing Miss Marleau in Montreal and in Ottawa May 24-June 5 will be Vancouver actress Patricia Gage. Miss Marleau will join the company again in its first out-side-Canada appearance a t Rochester, N.Y., June 9 and 10. Strom wants discussion on jobless EDMONTON (CP) - Inflation and unemployment should be given top priority at the constitutional conference in Victoria next month, Premier Harry Strom said here. "There is no way we can get together without discussing these tcpics," Mr. Strom said in an interview. Inflation and unemployment are related to the drafting of a new constitution, he said, and they are more important at the moment than the constitution. Prime Minister Trudeau has said he is willing to discuss these problems at the conference, but only after constitutional issues are settled. DUFFER'S BEST FRIEND HAMILTON, N.Z. (Reuter) - A dog with an infallible nose for finding lost golf balls has been given honorary membership of the Waihi Golf Club near here. The dog, named Chico, has been trained to search for lost balls which are sold back to golfers. Already this year he has earned $35 for club funds. FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thought 327-4581 Thinking of RENTALS? CALL WARDS SEE PAGE 14 The Qulnte Island Theatre from Picton, Ont,, opened Ihe week-long festival with a presentation of Gift of the Drum. The story involved an old Indian legend about how man first learned tc dance and sing. The eight players, dressed as Indians, had the children enraptured from beginning to end. The children, sitting on the floor of the salon, formed a semi-circle around the actors and a few minor problems evolved when a few couldn't see. Two little girls had an all-out slapping match. The Circus Kazoo, put on by Montreal's Youtheatre Inc., involved a lot more,audience participation than the first play. CIRCUS THEME The cast of six was dressed as circus performers and gained the sympathy of the children in the audience when they were forbidden to set up their circus in the town by the black-cloaked rogue of the story, Mr. Snarl-face. � Several children were picked to take part in a parade to ad vertise that the circus would be held outside the town limits The cast had the children tiptoeing past the rogue's house, leaping over imaginary poison ivy and crossing a brook by jumping on the rocks. At the end of the program all the children were handed balloons. The Youtheatre company is professional while the Quinte Island Company is made up of amateur actors. The youngsters got a jump on the official festival opening Monday night, with Governor-General and Mrs. Mkhener attending The Land God Gave to Cain by the Carol Players of Labrador City and Wabush, Nfld. Twenty-four groups from across the country are taking part in the non-competitive festival that his replaced the Dominion Drama Festival. Edmonton base officer moves EDMONTON (CP) - Col. C. F. Sanford, base commander at CFB Edmonton for the last two years will be transferred to Europe in July, it was announced here. He will become Canadian national military representative to Supreme Headquarters for Allied Powers in Europe and will be based in Brussels. Col. Sanford was born in Nova Scotia and joined the RCAF in 1940. He served in Korea and with the United Nations emergency Forces in the Middle East. A successor has not been announced. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:10 "Waterloo" 7:10, 9:30 Last Complete Show - 9:10 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:15, 9:20 "Doctors' Wives" 7:40, 9:55 Last Complete Show - 9:20 COLLEGE CINEMA "You Only Live Twice" 7:45 "Thunder Ball" 9:35 One Complete Show - 7:45 GREEN ACRES DRFVE-IN "Bedazzled" - 8:30 "Hard Contact" - 10:35 One Complete Show - 8:30 Winston Churchill High School Presents "COSMIC EXPERIENCE" FASHION SHOW Wed., May 19th - 8:00 p.m. $1.00 - yates centre Male Fashion* from "STATUTORY GRAPE" BOXING CLUB Organizational Meeting A meeting for anyone wishing to assist in forming a focal Boxing Club will bs held: WHERE: Room No. 1 Civic Sports Centre WHEN: 8:00 p.m.. May 20, 1971 If you have coaching skills, management ability, or lust an interest in the sport and wish to see It redevelop in Lethbridge, come and lend a hand. The prime objective of the Club, will be to teach youth the art of boxing. This meeting is not for people wishing to register for instruction. Should a Club be formed, registration wilt be held at a later date. Tuesday, May 18, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - S FAISAL IN TAIWAN TAIPEI (Reuter) - King Faisal of Saudi Arabia arrived in Taipei Monday for a four-day visit. The king, a guest of President Chiang Kai-shek of Nationalist China is accompanied by a 49-member entourage. 4,000 MOVED OUT JERUSALEM (Reuter) -Four thousand Arabs have been evacuated from the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem's old city since the 1967 war, Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek said here. WINS FOR OUTSTANDING COMEDY - Producer Norman Lear poses with the presenter actress Eve Arden after winning it for "Outstanding Comedy Series of the 1970-71 Season," at the Emmy Awards in Hollywood. Old-style western thing of the past TORONTO (CP) -1 The old-style western in which the good guy rides off into the sunset with the heroine is a thing of the past. That's the observation of Ontario censor O. J. Silver-thorn whose annual report was released Monday. "The old-style cowboy picture is no longer with us," he said. "Today's western Imports depict scenes of wholesale slaughter, torture and slow dying. "Bleeding and battered bodies arc through the air in slow motion before biting the dust; innocents are massacred at close range and scenes of savagery are photographed in gory close-ups." Mr. Silverthorn described European-made westerns as "particularly offensive." The last year has seen an "unfortunate" rise in violence on movie screens, and "many Boy, 9, shot ST. PAUL (CP) - Darcy Charles Wood, 9, of the Saddle Lake Indian reserve died in St. Theresa Hospital after being shot as he and a companion played with a 30-30 calibre rifle. St. Paul is 90 miles northeast of Edmonton. your PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE lAri/'C RADIO and TV JAVA 9 302 13th St. N. movies of this type are devoid of any artistic merit." It was "heartening to see so many old film classics enjoying a successful revival." "Not only are older moviegoers returning nostalgically to see them, but a younger generation i s discovering well-made productions free from smut and needless profanity." STRICT PROTOCOL EDMONTON (CP) - The bl-logical symbol for female is on the door of the Edmonton Women's Liberation co - operative home which houses three young women and a child. Men cannot spend the night there. If one of the girls wants to invite a male visitor, the others have to approve. What IS God? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "fear is ignorance of god" by COL. WM. LITTLE of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. 8 p.m. Thursday, May 20. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH HALL, Lethbridge PARAMOUNT 4th AVE & 8th SI  W) 'jlUI) TONIGHT and WED. at 7;0O and 9:15 p.m. WAT DINO OE LAURENTIIS PRESENTS A PARAMOUNT PICTURE TECHNICOLOR�PANAVISION� ADULT Rod Steiger - Christopher Plummer | NEXT ATTRACTION SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" - In Technicolor. Starring Dustln Hoffman and Canadian Chief Dan George. Tuesday, May 18. Show at 8:15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "I WALK THE LINE" - In color. Starring Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18 and 19. Tuesday show at 7:30 p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER - Sunland Theatre "ME, NATALIE" - In color. Starring Patty Duke. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18 and 19. Tuesday show it 8:30 p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre Alfred Hitchcock's "TOPAZ" - In Technicolor. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18 and 19. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult. TABER - Tower Theatre "FIVE EASY PIECES" - In color. Starring Jack Nicholson. Tuesday, May 18. Shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Restricted Adult. Get more out of life - Take the family to a movie WALT DISNEY productions' ir b(IU)UHSUCU�U0i& KIMtaqiPmirionr COLLEGE LAST TIME _ TONIGHT one complete show only at 7:45 p.m. SEAN CONNERV in TllinULL" MNAVIMON TECHNICOLOR' ftt-ninud thmlUnitcd Ar-tiiti TECHNICOLOR ttnluui Ihrg Unlit* Jlrlills ADULT | STARTS TOMORROW | ADULT Roialind Rune! I as "Mil. Polllfai Ipy" 2 SHOWS 7:00 AND 9:15 p.m. A FREDERICK BRISSOM PRODUCTION COLOR by DeLuxe* United Artists R E E N ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTIS HIGHWAY | LAST TIME TONIGHT | "Hard Contract" "Bedazzled" IN COLOR IN COLOR JAMES COBURN RAQUEl WELCH | WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY | THIS IS THE TRUE STORY OF THE SELF-CONFESSED BOSTON STRANOLER. mtiConkir-tac ADULT Net Suitable For Children THE BOSTON STRANGLE!?_ Tony Curtis Henry Fonda George Kennedy I SECOND FEATURE i ino( arc itK FigMn n bx&m �'* The VWe lade Orgnnfoih; Stephen Boyd-Dlonne Warwick-Ossie Davis GATES AT 8 p.M. - SHOW AT 8:30 p.M. PARAMOUNT STARTING __. _ TOMORROW You asked for family entertainment Well here it is and it's Great! CINEMA Matinees Thursday Friday and Saturday at 2:15 p.m. evenings at 7:15 and 9:25 p.m.  Starring \m Jack Wild Mark Lester The Young Stars of 'Oliver' FAM,tY Tracy Hyde, FAmY BeeGeell and introducing I as Melody til ends * "DOCTOR'S WIVES' tonight  in color with dyan cannon ;