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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, September 7, 1971-- Current blamed Agency said (he highest lidc m-oid'ccl, al Maisnka, ccnlral Honshu, was 19.7 indies liislii'r TOKYO (API Japanese mcleorologisls, inilially baffled al unusual high tides along the Pacific coast of ccnlral Japan, said foday flic phenomenon was apparently brought on by Ihc Black Current.. They said Ihc Black Current Known as the Kuro.shio, hiul ap- proached abnormally close to the Pacific seaboard Ihis year. They added that there was no cause for alarm. The Black Current, which gets Its name from tlie dark blue of its waters, is a branch of the Equatorial Current of the Pa- cific. Normally il passes well to Uie northeast of Japan than The agency reported about 300 houses along Ibe coastal urea Tuba, another ccnlral Honshu city, were flooded to the I lorn- level and roads were iniMidaied. PRESUMED DROWNED QUALICUM -BEACH, B.C. (CD Fredrick .Mm Biliiin, 55 ot nearby QuaHcum Bay ami his son, Ronald .Michael Uilum, 30, of Edmonton were missing and presumed drowned Mon-1 (iav alter thcv failed to return 1C LlteUM. Ui im. LI. i The Central Meteorological' from a fishing trip THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC j (Acadomic Year CONSERVATORY PROGRAM: Courses o( privale lessons in voicu and piano FACULTY: M. Louise Chapman A.W.M., B.A., M.M, Georqd F. 5 kip worth E.A., M.A. 'i For Brochure and AddiH i formaiicn opply to: The Secrelary Department of Music The University of Lelhbridqe. More aftd fiiore S people haver discovered the Shoppers Drug Mart Last week we filled prescriptions in stores.' Open every day, every evening and every Sunday TALK ABOUT CROWDS If you Ihink Ihis is a big affair, you're right. There are people here lislen- ing lo President Nixon in Chicago at ihe annual convent- ion of the dairy producers ot America. Later, of them attended a dinner at McCormick Place, Oddities in news Kissing latest smuggling scheme KARRErM'S SCHOOL of BATON Inslrutlor KARREN RUNQUIST Assistant VICK1 ROBINSON CONTEST CORPS WORK SPECIALTY DANCE TWIRL REGISTRATION CONTINUES ON SEPTEMBER 7th Civic Sports Cntre Gym No. 2 far mare information and early registration Pleqse Phone 327-1892 or 327-7673 NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY "ACES HIGH" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "AJNYTHJNG GOES" AT THE "I 4 733 13lh St. N, MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY] DURHAM, England (AP) Women visitors of prisoners at Durham jail are smuggling Uiem marijuana by mouth they kiss, a former oris- oner says. In a statement to a lawyer, he urged authorities to inves- tigate what he called wide- spread drug trafficking inside the prison. The lawyer re- ported the charge to authori- ties. The ex-convict, whose name was not disclosed, charged that three prisoners ma03 a fortune as drug pedlars, and one of them was in league with a prison warden. In addition to using kisses, drugs are smuggled in to pris- oners sewn into the lapsls and scnms of clolhes they receive from outside, he said. The home office, in charge of the prison system, said it is invesLigalii'-E. CINCINNATI (AP) Po- lice were searching for a bank robber they hope to catch mi-handed. The bandit escaped here f.bcut from the Central Trust Bank branch in suburban Evenclale. But the loot contained a "Security Pac" which shoots off a spray of bright red dye, tear gas GOOD TIME GIN Unusually light, heroically dry. That's the clean, fresh taste of King Arthur, the easy-mixing gin that belongs at all your good times. Who makes a gin so good? Seagram, who else? ing Hrfniir LONDON JOSEPH E.SEAGRAM SONS. LIMITED WATERLOO. ONTARIO. CANADA Enjoy it in your castle tonight and pink smoke. The "Security which looks like a one-inch-thick stack or money, was set to go off four minutes after ihe roh- ui'ry. Police said it did he- cause a casing was found nearby witli red dye on it. The bandit, described as a man about 30 years old, look the money from a drive-in window on Lhe bank WREXHAM, Wales (Heu- lur) A mailman who put himself in the mailbox and left the letters outside will be wearing a red face when he arrives for work today. A passer-by in this north Wales town was perplexed when she heard a frantic knocking sound emanating from a mailbox Thursday. "I could hardly believe il, hut 1 knew someone was trapped said IB-year- old Ceris Jones. She ran for help and min- utes later an official opened the box. Ont stepped a highly embarrassed mailman, say- in: "I knew I would not he trapped for long because the mailbox is emptied fre- quently." He declined to give his name, nor would he say why he did it. Incentives grants awarded OTTAWA (CP) Incentives totalling lo two British Columbia firms were announced lisre by Ihe regional eco- nomic expansion department, They arc: Forest Indus- tries Ltd., Cranbrook, expansion ot its plant, Building Prod- ucts Ltd., Kimberley, a new concrete block plant. The incentives are expected to create 51 new jobs. Merv Griffin seeks release NEW YORK (API Merv Griffin has asked CBS to re- lease him from his contract as host of the network's late-nieht television talk show, a Griffin spokesman said hern The spokesman said a story in the trade newspaper Hollywood Reporter that Griffin wanted out of his contract was "sub- stantially true." Metromedia Producers Corp. said Friday lh-_l it has been ne- gotiating with Griffin for a.syn- dicated talk show. Griffin is said to be considering the offer. CBS said; "Mr. Griffin is under contract to CBS. The de- cision with regard to picking up his next option doesn't come until mid-December." This tiny BZENITH hearing aid Zenilh's remarkable Z-70 is jusl one ol IS quality Zenith hearing One of Ihcm might be jusl riglil lor you. no obligation, tssl-ncar a Zenith hearing nid torlny. Zenith hearings aids are priced Irom Mul 01 inline ol Zcntlh'i "Sound LEISTER'S MUSIC I I Paramount Thcnlrn Dtdg I I.ETHDRIDGR I __ !TV HIGHUGHTSI TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Leave Her lo (1 p.m.. Cli. 7. A story of a wife's obsessive jealousy which begins to destroy her relationship with her husband. DOCUMENTARY: It Was a Very Good Year 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Films show D-Day invasion, Frank Sinatra wowing bobby soxers, Marlene Dietrich recording "Lih' Mar- lene" and other events of note. This is the last show ot the series. RELIGION: Billy Graham 8 p.m., Ch. 5. The Jesus revolution is Dr. Graham's topic in the first program, of Ills northern California crusade. DOCUMENTARV: Civilisation, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Kenneth Clark surveys the age of "heroic materialism" the 200 years since the dawn of Europe's industrial revolution. WEDNESDAY JIOVIE DRAMA: "The Rising of the 1 p.m., Ch. 7. John Ford and the Abbey Players teamed up for this llu'cc-part film about frish Life. SPORT: Baseball. 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Mets meet the Expos in Montreal. Trimbles Program an Ililad by tha radio 'and Any variation In program iSeduJet'li due changet by the stations and li nol the reipontibilify of Herald or Trirriblei Tire Supply. CHEC if News on the Hour, Weolher on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Barry Hegland John Oliver Sriow Don McMasler Bach 10 Bible WEDNESORT 7-30 The Voice of i_rilna John McAlhsler 7-.I5 Living World Show Jchn Oliver Show Counlry Digesl 9.00 Ron Lcgge News, Sporls if CJOG i TUESDAY NIGHT News, Wealhsr al 31x anU Spcrls Phcne Dill Show WEDNESDAY Jack Thys CBC News Prate 1220 News, Weather and Sporls News Richard Gordon Total information Bia Counlry vllh Wlike Murry Richard Gordon News Slocks News ard (Jraln Prices Jim Elllotr Parly Line Mdlinee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wtlir. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Bob Ccncie Norm Gregory Major News Mike Murry CBR T( Don Hedrnan Mapr NPWS Don McMaslcr TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Rcilh Leclures ClaS3ically Ccln Tuesday Night Nal. News Radio 1010 Calgary Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener Sports -40 From The Capitals World at Five Nights n B.15 Com memory Week News, wihr. Benjamin Brllten Max Fergus 9.15 Gerussl Morning Concert Matinee Radio Hnon Holiday Malinee J.03 Afternoon Concert BBC NeWl News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the Mesl electronic equipment you get 20 vita] services and performance checks. Come in lodayl All repairs fully guaranteed! PIUS PARIS 8 CYIINDER t.OQ PtUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} 7 TUESDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences (c) leleprobe 1 Movie; Leave Her To Henvon. II Was a Very Good Year Ic) Telescope (c) Men al Law Civilisation 11.00 Ncv.i 1C) Telcprote Mission Impossible (c) WEDNE5DA1 Scmolhing lo lliink Aboul F.irm F.icls in rinnochio and 07 McH.ilc's Navy Mr. Drossup Friendly Gianl 10.45 Chez Helene 3'Gu Idke 00 Edge cf Niqhl Gallopinci Gourrii Drop In Monirral Fxpo CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Mows (O Buckshot (cl D.ivid Frosf i Dream c; Jeannie VYEDNESD.W Kinqo Bingo Though! (or Dav News Hi Lights Movie: Tarnmy Francais and [he Millionaire University of Air Nashville Norlh In Conversion Burl Dflchnr.ich Picrro Borlon [l.irhnra McNair Lucy Show 1UOO Ed ftllcn ISA Movie: French Dressing Famous Jury Irlals Anolhcr Wor'cJ (c) .1 30 Trouble wilh Tracy Man Trap Heal Ihe ClocK 5-.OT KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies (c) News Gunsrnokc My Three Sons Newcomers Billy Griihnm Cru.Milo (c) News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Arirlcullure Innny Show (cl Today in Monlnnn Conccntr.Ticn (c) Family Aflair Hollywood i-s .Jropnrdy fc) Who. WhaI, Whrrf G.lmo SnmrrsPl World turns