Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
LENGTHY PROJECT The Colossus of Rhodes, an bronze statue, took 12 lo build. Monday, October 18, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 TOURIST FIGURE A total of tourists vis- ited Taiwan during the first eight months of 1971. !TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MEDICAL DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m., Cli. 13. "Circle of Power" stars Barry Sullivan as a distinguished surgeon who is losing the use of his hands. FAMILY MUSICAL: Tlie Partridge Family, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. The senseless slaughter of whales is the issue and haw the family's musical efforts try to stop the killing. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 7. Tonight's drama is entitled "The Girl in the Electric Coffin" and Cannon's efforts to solve the mystery. WESTERN: Nichols, p.m., Ch. 13. An Apache who's hunting a buck out of season and the man who wants the beauty for himself. The battle between them keeps Nichols' hands full. PANEL: Front Page Challenge, p.m., Ch. Saska- toon is the site for the first of several shows to be taped in cities across the country. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Vera Miles and Brandon de Wilde are mysteriously linked characters in a drama about a cop killing. DRAMA: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. John Colicos as Oliver Cromwell in "Murder For God's a dramatic inquisition into the events leading to the execution of Charles I of England. TUESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE, I p.m., Ch. 7. A young man inherits a plantation in the Philippines but finds that the island is being terrorized by fanatical guerrillas. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 13th 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Scandal results when residents in a village in Quebec begin receiving a series of poison-pen letters. 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LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Truth or Const quenccs Tcicprotic 7 TBA Uncfer Attack Cannon Front Pa Challenge Nature Man Alive (c) ll-OO Sesame Street News (c) TBA Teleprobe 7 Our Town The Avengers Movie: stampede Wrestling Huk Romper Room Edqe of Nighl Mr. DrCSSUp Psychiatrist A City Story Drop In Friendly Giant Truth or Things Chez Heleno Consequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY All About Faces :00 Flintsloiins Thought tor Pierre Berlon :30 Star Trek News 'i 5 Nsi 7; 7: (c) Outdoors Unlimited Yoga (c) University of Air Beat the Clock 30 Medical Centre 30 Nicnols :30 Picj and WniiHe :00 Ironside (c) 00 News 20 News -10 Pendulum 00 David Frost Hi Frightenstein (c) Uncle Bobby (c) Hi Lights (c) Fashions Parlons Francals Allen (c) In Conversation Movie: Tlie Thirteenth Letter Man Trap (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (c) Dick Van Dyke Buckshot Flintstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} MONDAY NIGHT 4; 30 News (c) News (c) Laugh In Doris Day Movie: ill flffin Tonlnhl Show TUESDAY Our World SMS lalute Agriculture World Turns Today Show (c) News Today in Montana Doclors Concentration (c) Another World Sain ol Century TJdge of Ninhl Squares (c) Corner Pytn'ic) l-.m Jrnpaidy (c) Merv Grlflin Show Who, What, Whore Hillbillies (c) _ fi Game Family Affair News News Somerset News (c) KFBB-TV Groof Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) MONDAY NIGHT Captain Kangaroo Ncwlywcd Game Nows Dinah's Place (c) News All in the Family Jack LaUnne (c) Secret Slorm (c) NI-L Pillshurcih Audrey (c) One Lite lo Live City G.ulpplnn Gounm-t Our Lives (c) Where Heart Is General Hospital News (c) Three on a Makh Search (or Datino Game Tomorrow Thai Gin All My Children new lie hod MaKft a Deal (c) Password Kansas Nowr. Same (t) Dick C.wcll TUESDAY V25 Farm News News i Psychologists press for recojjiulion RED DEER (CP) The Physchologists Association of Alberta will continue to press for recognition of psychologists' services under the provincial medical care insurance pro- gram, Dr. Jean Pettifor, chair- man of the association's pro- fessional affairs committee, said here. Dr. Pettifor, of the Alberta Guidance Clinic in Calgary, told the association's annual confer- ence that he will meet with Neil Crawford, minister of health and social development, at the end of the month- Dr. Roy Brown of the Uni- versity of Calgary was elected president of the association. Dr. Harvey Zingle of the Univer- sity of Alberta is president- elect, Dr. Alvin Scott of Glen- rose Hospital and the Univer- sity of Alberta vice president, Dr. Barry Frost of the Univer- sity of Calgary past president and Dr. Rodney Conklin of the University of Calgary secre- tary treasurer. Black Panther leader lil drlilgc Clcavtr, rebuking I h e Communist regimes in China and Cuba, says he will end his Algerian exile and devote him- self to the urban guerrilli struggle in the United States- The 36-year-old fugitive call- Worker dies after mishap at Spar wood SPARWOOD, B.C. (CP) Steve Marchuk, 45, formerly of Sdmonton, died Friday after a front-end loader he was oper- ating overturned on a road near the Kaiser coal preparation )lant site near this southeastern British Columbia community. ixteiid state of emergency FREETCnVN, Sierra Leone Reuter) Parliament has i v e r whelmingly approved a lie state of emergency declar- ed throughout the country be- cause of political unrest in Sep- ember last year. There was tension in the country then be- cause of the resignation of two cabinet ministers and talk of a split in the ruling People's Con- gress party. ELDRIDGE CLEAVER Rebukes Reds ed Peking's invitation to Presi- dent Nixon a setback to the world-wide revolutionary move- ment and said the Chinese about- face helped him make up his mind to go home. Cleaver declined in an inter- view in Algiers to indicate when he would return, but he said it would be soon. Tho U.S. State department has refused to re- new his passport since he fled from the country in 1968, when his parole was revoked follow- ing a Shootout with police in Oakland, Calif. His future struggle, Cleaver said, would follow the example of urban guerrilla movements in Latin America, Quebec and Northern Ireland, and "openly and proudly admit our ex- ploits." The date for a birthday party in Minnedosa, Man. for former prime minister John Diefenbak- er has been changed to Oct. 29. Mr. Diefenbaker turned 76 Sept. 18. Raffacle IMinichicllo, 22, the long-distance hijacker from Se- attle, Wash., has gone to work in a Home restaurant and says he'll learn to be a waiter. He was released from an Italian prison after serving 18 months on charges connected with his hijacking of a TWA jet from Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, October 23rd FEATURING -THE INCREDIBLE LAUGHING BAND" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED Nixon aide creates flap SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "W.U.S.A." In color. Starring Paul Newman and Jo- anne Woodward. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oc- tober 18, and 20. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. PINCHES CREEK Fox Theatre "I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER" In color. Star- ring Melvyn Douglas, Gene Hackman and EsteUe Par- sons. Monday and Tuesday, October 18 and 19. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PLAZA SUITE" In color. Starring Walter Matthau and Barbara Harris. Monday and Tuesday, October 18 and 19. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. California to Rome two years ago. Police Commissioner Patrick I V. Murphy has removed Al-1 berta A. Ssedman as chief of de- j tectives after receiving infor- mation from a civilian investi- gative panel that Seedman and three guests received a free meal frnm the New York Hil- ton Hotel. Seedman, a close personal friend of the commissioner and his appointee to the depart- ment's third highest post, was reassigned to the office of the chief inspector, pending a po- lice investigation. The civilian panel, known as the Knapp commission, was ap- pointed by Mayor John V. Lind- say in May, 1970, lo investigate charges of police corruption. S h fr 1 e y Ann Wheeler, who faced a 20-yoar prison term for having an abortion, has been put on probation for two years and told to go home to North Carolina. Judge Uriel Blount told the 23-year-old housewife in Deland that she must return to Mor- ganton, N.C., in two weeks to live with relatives. Mrs. Wheeler said the court order, which she described as "harsh and will force her to leave Robert Wheeler, 25, the man with whom she has been living, and under whose name she was charged. "He can't go with said the long haired strawberry blonde. "I was told I could stay in Florida if I got married, but I don't believe in marriage." BEVERLY HILLS', Calif. (AP) As presidential ad- viser Henry Kissinger flew off on an important diplomatic mission to China Saturday, he left behind a mini-diplomacy slipup regarding a starlet he has dated. The flap involves Judy Brown, 27, who, in a recent television and movie fan mag- azine interview, said she is the "mystery girl" Hollywood has been whispering about in connection with the 48-year- old bachelor. Columnist Maxine Cheshire of the Washington Post quoted Kissinger as saying Miss Brown is "a publicity man- iac." Not so, says the brunette actress. In fact, she said she and Kissinger avoided being seen together during the year they dated because he fears other White House officials consider him "a girl-chasing maniac." Meanwhile, however, Kis- singer has been photographed with other Hollywood beauties such as actresses Jill St. John and Mario Thomas. SEEN QUARRELING Last June, Miss Brown said, she and Kissinger were seen by a Hollywood gossip re- porter and the couple squab- bled, with the presidential ad- viser accusing the starlet of seeking publicity. "I told him if he didn't like the publicity, he should date secretaries, not said Miss Brown. "But he said he didn't like secretaries, he likes actresses." Miss Brown was divorced two years ago from former Dallas Cowboys football player Jerry Cmmpler. She has appeared hi three exploi- tation style Oddities in the Neivs MUNICH, West Germany t Reuter) Police here said Friday they arc searching for a housebreaker with a passion for cleanliness. After rifling houses he has broken Into, he brushes his teeth with his host's toothbrush and seme- times even has a shave. Po- lice credit him with 68 break- ins and a haul of BACK IN BUSINESS ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Bare breasts were featured once more in the Luv Theatre Friday night after a judge ruled that arrests of strip queen Tempest Storm were unconstitutional. "It was like said the 41-21-38 redhead, fin- ishing her act a few hours after her successful legal challenge of the city's 1967 anti-topless ordinance. "It's a great relief the trial is over. No more arrests." Miss Storm was charged three times in one week with violating the ordinance by dancing bare breasted in her nightly strip lease show at the midtown adult theatre. In clearing the dancer, Judge John Robertson said the law abridged freedom of Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "McCabe and Mrs. Miller'1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Body" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Seven Minutes" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Butch Cassidy" "Escape from Uie Planet of Apes" One Complete Show Make Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty Food, and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Smorgasbord Served every Monday to Frl. day from 12 lo 2 p.m. in our Licensed Dining Room. expression. She agreed. NO EXPLANATION PARIS (Reuter) A French weather satellite now is working a seven-day week after refusing to operate on Sundays for several weeks, space officials said, adding they had no explanation for its never-on-Sunday ban on monitoring data from weather balloons. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. 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He was quoted as say- ing their lasi date was in Hol- lywood on July 14, the night before President Nixon an- nounced he is going to China, and thai he hasn't seen her since- "When these ladies start using me for publicity, that is when I decide to terminate the Kissinger was quoted as saying. KCA CUTS STAFF MALBORO, Mass. (Reulerl Corp. said it laid off persons across the U.S., cutting its total computer work force to about Last month, when RCA decided to withdraw from most computer operations, iLs computer work I force totalled COLLEGE CINEMA NEXT ATTRACTION In nctvsrrrrn siilcmlorJIlic most pidurc CUT! t nMiinncmrjirKS ADUtT DAVID O.SEtZNICKS GONE WITH THE WIND" PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN I TONIGHT, TUES. and WED. Soon to be taken out of service. SPECIAL RETURN BUTCH CdSSIDV AND THE SUNDANCE KID ADULT Not tlw itmsners.twtmostof it Is true. COLOR BY DELUXE SECOND FEATURE "ESCAPE FROM PLANET OF APES" IN TECHNICOLOR GATES AT 7 P.M. SHOW AT 8 P.M. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, October 19th Free Public Scaling p.m. Wednesday, October 20lh Beginners Skating p.m. Friday, October 22nd Mothers Pre Schoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating................. p.m. Saturday, October 23rd Public Skating................. p.m. Sunday, October 24th Family Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, October 22nd Free Public p.m. Saturday, October 23rd Public Skating p.m. Sunday, October 24th Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating at the Adams Park Ice Centre on Saturday evening, October 23rd from p.m. nor on Sunday afternoon, Oc'ober 24th from p.m. and p.m. due to previous booking commitments, PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, October 20th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming......... Public Swimming.......... Friday, October 22nd NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, October 23rd Public Swimming Sunday, October 24th Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, October 25th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT WARNING LANGUAGE USED MAY BE OFFENSIVE---------------------------- T0 SOME Tonight thru Wed. and p.m. From Warner Bios. A Kimcy Services Company ADII'1 tonight and Tues. at ontl p.m. the RESTRICTED ADULT COUEGE THE BEST-SELLER THEY DAMNED AND BANNED EXPLODES ON THE SCREEN1 Language used may bo offensive to somo! ETIIE SEVEN V 3HIMJTKS Ton'9ht and Tues. Showing Sunday a, p.m. "'m'