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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS; Tl'KSUAY MOVIK COMEDY: "The (i p.m.. I'll. Peter Sellers plays a matador turned singer who tangles with Barcelona's most celebrated courtesan. DOCTim UHAMA: Marcus MIJ, 8 p.m., Oil. III. Two comedy veterans play it straight in "Echo From An- other World." Ted Bcsscll and Dorothy Larr.our are fea- tured. COMEDY: Carol Iliimctt Sliow, p.m., C'li. 7. Cass Elliot and Bcrnadctte Peters arc Carol's special guests in zany sketches. PROFILK: Ti-k'sfopf, p.m., t'li. 7. A profile of Mine. Benoit, a Canadian famous fur her cooking arts. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night. Ill p.m., Ch. 7. A look at modern Formosa and the lifc-slylc of the people. INTKRVIEW: David Frost, 12 miilnight. C'li. 13. Rosalind Russell discusses her success on slage and screen a "Auntie Mame" and Ihe early days of her career and her mar- riage. MOVIK DIIAMA: "Amu- of (irrni 1 p.m., Ch. 7. An orphan is accepted into a household but problems soon develop because of her background. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. Ra- quel Welch is seen as an athletic secret agent pursuing spies in Spain. Tony Franciosa is co-starred. DISCUSSION': Man Trap, p.m., Ch. 13. Colonel San- ders, founder of the chicken franchise chain, is the special guest. w IlimDIcS Listings JlAd hy iKi. jjqills ohd teleyiiiohyifiilicini. Any varloliorl in program thedulei i> doe IP iBW-minuto chnnoet :by iKo slalionVand li noi ijo reiponlibillly ofltie Herald'Iff trirtijilei fire CHEC News on the Hour, on ihc half hour TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Boryl Clarl iMs c'heclinc Barry Hrgi.iort Lro Dow itiow CJOC Tola! InVormatb John Oliver Beryl Clark CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour A.GP Den Heclman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT This Country 6-00 World at Sf 11'03 Orchestral Concert-, Happen, JftSSffi- N6WS' Prouindal Affairs 8-03 Tuesday Nigh! WEDNESDAY Ramo Noon News, Sports, Wlhr Eye Opener Schools O'lO From Capital 8-00 'A1 or id at a Wax Ferguson Nirjhts a Week Commentary Home Run Prairie Recital World fit 9 World at Six TrimbSe's Tire Invites You to Try the WHISPERGRIP 83 NYLON LOAD RANGE B SIZE 775-1-1 825-U 825-15 855-15 PLY 314 llth Street South WHISPER GRIP NYLON One of the most popular 1r cad de- signs in Canada. Buill to premium ny- lon standards f o r maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. EACH NOW js time to 26.10 purchase your winter 28.40 tires. We arc sure the 28.40 Whisper Grip 83 will 29.50 fill oil your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 TWIN WHITE CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHV Trlfproh? 7 Irutn or llMiHr-rr tonic the Movie: Anne of Ccns.oquenc'1'. (t.) Bnces (ci Grcon Gabies WEDNESDAY Gallrpinn Gourmel Oobn Romper Rnom Take 30 Carol BurnrH 5. Psychintri'-t 30 Tclesct-iift U) Tommy TomiAins lfi-00 f-Jitr, li-: IS Mfleoo Truth or '.el Convr.qiif tv CFCN-TV Lefhbridgo Channel 13 (Cnblcvision Ch. A) WEDNESDAY lO.J'i All Alioul Farr-, f, 10 fcr Dfly P-crrr Borir-n f.lS i> .S5 Norlli Mnplc rsity ft 1 Man (r. tan h i The Pcrsuaclnr. News Nows (cl 11-.10 Dirorlinrr, DflVJd Frost KFBB-TV Gfcnl Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) rt 30 Nrv.'. 7 HO n.oo Dititii TUESDAY NIGHT New.-. KJ Mod Movin: ;-30 1 Onf Spin 10 00 d t 10 30 riiiiifjhnl Dirk C.ivr-II (c) WEDNESDAY fnrm Nnws KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Nows A: 00 Ncwr. HMvnii 0 Ironside U.) Adniii i? d i Innitilil WEDNESDAY Cur Wori.l Agrieulturt Anka still going strong TORONTO (CPJ Canadian-! money for Ihe Parkinson Koun-! started rs a r.'-ycar-old, per- horn Paul Anka pcrfonned in i dalion. rurrmns around Otlawa, and hit Toronto during the weekend for He is M now and Inn enjoyed Ihe lop at with his recording the first lime in five years, al' 15 years of steady stardom, of Diana, a soi.p he wi-otu ahoul a charily performance lo raise thanks lo his lie a girl he was in love with- It became tlio second best Alberta bows neck on east gas EDMONTON lt'lji Alberta natural gas is subsidizing East- ern Canada's industry, Bill JJidiic. Alberta minister of mines and minerals, says. At Ihe same time, federal en- Ottawa ivont bend OTTAWA iCP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Monday that Ottawa will not give up to any province or provinces its responsibility for foreign policy. He was replyim in the Corrr- mons to Opposition Leader Rob- erl Slanficid who asked whether Alberta was consullcd before Ihe federal government decided to suspend talks on trade in en- ergy resources with the United States, as announced last nionlh. Mr. Sharp said the govern- ment welcomes the views of any province or group in the country on energy policy. There had always been the closest consultation between Ot- tawa and Alberta and other in- leresled provinces on oil and gas policy, he said But no province, whether Al- berta or Quebec, would be asked to share the federal au- thorily's responsibility for for- eign policy. ergy policies arc holding Al- berta natural pas price-; by severely restricting ils ac- cess lo United States mar- kels, he said in an interview here. lie added that the Alberia government will be taking the strongest position ever regard- ing gas sales lo the U.S. and Eastern Canada in the months ahead. He did not deny the federal government's responsibility to safeguard Canada's natural gas requirements, but said that more realistic natural gas markets would set free a large gas surplus for export. ALBERTA PAYS PENALTY By selling natural gas cheap in Eastern Canada, we are in effect subsidizing Eastern Can- ada's industry and denying Al- berta better prices for its re- sources." Mr. Dickie said. "This situation has got lo be changed." If industry in Eastern Canada bad to pay higher gas prices, some firms would switch lo hydroelectric power, coal or crude oil and leave Canada morc natural gas to export, he said. Besides providing better re- turns to Alberta, increased ex- ports and higher prices would stimulate gas exploraiton in the province and in Ihe Arctic. Merc exploration would re- sult in increased reserves and a larger surplus fur U.S. ex- ports to the U.S. tli. selling ucord of all time, sec- ond only lo While Christmas. When a siring of others fol- Btjv, Put Your Head on My'shoulder, My Des- tijiy-a total of II! gold records nd abuul million discs, Anka became a supreme tten-age" idol. When the Kealles took the musical v.urld bv storm, his bal- i lads were shoved off the hit parade hut he remained busy. "I didn't build my eareer or my economic structure around i records. So when the Beatles look over recording, I was plav- ing Vegas al lop dollar and i nuking a year as a song writer 1 He made -SI million in royal- lies from My Way alone, a song written for Frank Sinatra and recorded by more than 75 major singers. i He has just signed a four-year contract foi close to S2 million lo star at Caesar's Palace in j Las Vegas Tuesday, November 9, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 7 INcw cattle for Canada CALGAKY