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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Scpieinber 14, 197] _ THE IETMBSIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHUGHTSI TUESDAY MOVI1J MUSICAL: "It's a Uillini 6 p.m., C'h. 7. A 19C7 movie in which Delilah thinks lover-boy Mike Sam- son is a braggart. To solve the problem he poses as his iimid brother. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Korgotleu p.m., Cli. II. Dennis Weaver gives a moving performance in tliis of a Vietnam veteran, presumed killed in action, who returns to find everything has changed including his fam- ily. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Mary's TV documentary creates pandemonium in the news room as the series opens its second season. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Wclby, MD. 8 p.m., Cli. 13. This Wghly-raled series begins its third season starring Rob- ert Young, James Brolin and Elena Verdugo. MUSICAL VARIETY: Carol Burnett, p.m., Cli. 7. Jim Nabors encores as Carol's opening night guest as the comedy series begins its fifth season. PROFILE: Telescope. p.m., Cli. 7. This scries be- gins its eighth season with a light-hearted look at TV com- mercials. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Cli. 7. Tills series begins its second season with a report on the conflict in Ireland. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, in p.m., Cli. 13. This is the debut of high adventure on the French Riviera starring Tony Curtis and Roger Moore (The WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A HJnO crime rr.ovie of an ambitious photographer who resorts to blackmail and robbery. T LI Trimbles Radio TV Program! are lifted by the radio and television Any variation .in program is due to last- changn by Ihe slatjcmi and ii nor tha reiponiibilily of the or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on Ihe Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Barry Hcgland 6 00 John Oliver Don AleMasrer BacK to Ihe Hible WEDNESDflV The Voice or China John McAllisler Living World Show John Oliver Show Counlry Digest Ron Leggc ---how News, Sports News Richard Gordon Toldl inlormatioi Rio Country Mike Murry Richard Gordon News Slocks TUESDAY NIGHT World al 3ix Rob Ingram WEDNESDAY Jack Thys CBC News CJOC if Hews, WeathSr and Sports pnone Bill Show 17-CO Probe 127.0 News, Weallier and Sports News and 'ir Prices Jim EllloH Parly Line Malinee 4-05 Rob Ingram World al six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Bob Connie Don Herfman Norm Gregor 7.30 Major News Major News 3. Mike Murry CBR Radio 1010 Calgary McMasJer TUESDAY NIGHT World al Six Reilh Lcclurcs Classically Cdn Tuesday Night Ndl. fi'50 Sporls From The Cspilals World al B rive Nights a Commenlary Week News, WJhr. Benjamin BriHen E'JO Max Ferguson WEDNESDAY Eye Opener Gerussi Morning Corcetl Matinee Radio Noon Holiday Matineo Afternoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With IheL'ilesl. electronic equipment, you RcL 20 vital services and performance checks. Come in today! All repairs fully plus PARTS ...-m 8 CYLINDER LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Mission Mr. Dressup Trull) or Impossible (c) Friendly Gianl Sesame Street WEDNESDAY 12.rjo TBA Socelhing lo Think Movi Telcornbe 7 Movie: It's A Bikini World Mary Tyler Moore ____ Carol Burnell Mcrnmg News "Tclci-cope (c) Farm Facts Tuesday Nile Leo Drew Show News '.O Romper Room Teleproljc 7 Mcllalc'5 Navy ShakcrJov.n Our Town Take 30 Edqe ot Nin.hl Paul Ocinard Montreal Expo CFCN-TV Lcihbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Fllnlsloncs (t) CfldL-'s Country News Love '.mcriciin Slyln Ddvid Froil WEDNESDAY Though! lor Day University ot Ah fl.OO Ynga (c) fl.JO Uncle Oohliy ,'cl TBA Bewitched Beat Ihe Clock Movie: Deadly Decoy Marcus Welhy (c) Fashions in Sewing Man Trap (c) Eddie's Father Francais Another World fc) Ian Tyson (c) Ed Allen (c) Anylhinc, You Can The Persuaders 10 00 In Conversation Do News All Aboul F-iiccs Dick Dyke News (c) Picrro Derlon Buckshot KRTV Greal Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT 4; 30 News 5-00 lldWdii Tivc-0 My Jlirre Gunr.mokr (c) Mtinnix d) Ntwr, Tonighl Show WEDNESDAY Our World Acjricullurc Our Lives (cl loofly bhow (c) The (c) Today in Monlana Anolher Worlrl Concentration (c) 12.30 Crirje ot fi.OD SrilP of Ihe Century Corner Pyl? Ic) Hollywood Squares Mnrv Onllm Jeopardy (c) Millliillics 'rl Who, Where Family Affair On me NBC Ninlllly Mewl News News (c) Somerset News (c) World Turns (c) Mayberry RFD KFBfl-TV Great Folk Channel 5 (Cahlcvision Ch. II) TUESDAY NIGHT C.lpl. Kangaroo HCAS Dinah's Plato (c) Secret Storm (c) Jack LflLflnns Ono Llto lo Live Salo of Cenlury TBA Galloping Gourmet General Hospllnl Audrey Three on a Mnlch v.-ao Ponrr-Ji frr U.ilinij Trunnrrow Ihfll Girl (c) 10 00 Ail My Children nrwilchnd Makr; n Dpfll (c) -1.00 PrtssworO NcwlywerJ Gflmn 4.30 News News, (c) Mod Squfld Movie: Tlic Mnn M.irrus Wolby Nrwi Glen Cniupbcll Pick f.ivrtl WEDNESDAY V7S News 5.30 Jack Benny aids symphony EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton Symphony Orchestra, uhich plans extensive lours this year MISS OHIO IS NEW MISS AMERICA Miss Ohio, 22- year-old Laurie Lea Schaefer, is the new Miss America, named Saturday night al Atlanlic City, N. J., over 49 other contestants. The new is five feet, seven inches Jail, weighs J 18 pounds. Her vital measurements; 36-24-34. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES U; CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HOW DO I LOVE THEE'1 In color. Sun-ing Jackie Gleason. Maureen O'Hara and Shelley Winters. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 14 and K. Tuesday show al p.m. Adult Nol Suitable For Children FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP" In Technicolor. Slar- ring Pclcr Sellers and Gcldie Hawn. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, September 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult (No one under 18 PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE DESERTER" In Technicolor. Slarrnig Richard Crenna, Chuck Connors and Ricardo Montalban. Tues- day and Wednesday, September 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "CANNON FOR CORDOBA" In color. Tuesday, Septem- ber R Shows al and 5.00 p.m. AduJl. PM Gandhi to visit Soviet Union NEW DELHI (Router) Prime Minister Indira Gandhi will visit the Soviet Union later this month. Foreigners and Indians alike will be seeking indications whether Mrs. Gandhi's claim that the recent Indo-Soviet co- operation treaty has not ended Indian non-alignment is justi- fied. The visit to Russia from Sept. 27 lo 29, announced Sunday night, comes at a time of great d i f I i c 11 H y for Mrs. Gandhi. There is no sign of a let-up in the daily flow into India of tens of thousands of East Pakistani refugees, who now total more than placing great strains on the Indian economy and causing a near breakdwon of administration in the turbu- lent state of West Bengal. The value of the Indo-Sovjei treaty is beginning to be more questioned here now. It was overwhelmingly seen at the time of its signing as a deter- rent to warlike threats by Paki- stan against Indian support of the Bangla Desb Bengali nation liberation struggle and for rec- ognition of the government. Bangla Desh Since (hen the suspicion has increasingly become more wide- spread that Russia has coun- selled caution by India on the Bangla Desh issue and thai Russian relations with Pakistan might not be as cool as a first reading of the Indo-Soviet treaty might imply. Grand Re-Opening SEPTEMBER SPECIAL! GROUP INTRODUCTION to DANCE PROGRAM Yes! Now you can learn the dances you've always wanted lo bul couldn't by the month. SEPTEMBER SPECIAL! s-jjyoo ONLY U PER PERSON Expert instruction in nil bollroom dances! Weekly classes m our air-conditioned ballroom! Latest professional teaching methods! Guaranteed certified instruction! Plenty of free parking! Learn the waltz ,fox trot, polka or Latins! Hours: 10 p.m. Mon.-Fri. SoL 1-6 p.m.! Have a happier dancing! Put some Life in your Life I Ikcomc the NEW YOl" Kin-oil Today! Phone 327-1442 'lonfc -17 No. 201-535 13lh St. N. Lcllibridgc, Alberto OFFER EXPIRES SEPT. 30th Actor raps fears about nuclear test VICTORIA (CP) Movie aclor John Wayne said Mon- daj1 fears of Canadians and Ja- panese lliat the Ameliitka nu- clear Lest, "create a chain reaction lhat would end the world'' are nothing but a "bunch of crap." Mr. Wayne, who arrived in Victoria aboard his converted mine sweeper The Wild Goose Monday, said the five mega- Ion blast is "none of the busi- ness" of Canada or Japan. The test should go ahead be- cause the United States should bo "better prepared than PV- eryone" to deal wilh the "com- mies" who are always break- ing treaties, Air. Wayne said. in provinces and the Northwest Territories, has announced com- edian Jack Denny will assist in reducing its deficit. Orchustra manager John Hol- gra-scn said Benny has agreed to "a couple of" benefit per- formances in Edmonton this spring, charging expenses only. The money raised is to be matched dollar-for-dollar over five years by the Canada Coun- cil. The Edmonlon orchestra is to appear in Winnipeg, Saska- toon, Prince George, B.C.; Whitehorse, Y.T., and several Alberta communities. are also being made for a (our into Yellowknife, Inuvik and Fort Simpson, N.W.T. Mr. Holgersen said conductor Lawrence Leonard, who has spent the summer conducting in France and Brilan, has been signed for another two years. CSAA wants negotiations resumed Ukrainian, committee plans meet OTTAWA (CP) Represents lives ut Ukrainian Canadians are to meet here Saturday and Sunday for a conference on the preservation of the Ukrainian culture in Canada The Ukrainian Canadian Com- mittee said ioday Lhat about 400 representatives o I Ukrainian comunilies in Eastern Canada are expected to attend. Among speakers will be Sena- tor Paul Yuzyk and officials of the Ontario and Quebec govern- ments. ED.MO.NTO.V TJJ> The Civil Service Association of Al- berta was to approach MIC new Progressive Conservative gov- ernment (odav lo ask lhal con- tract negotiates be re.sumed in Ihe provincial jail guards' dis- pute. The went on strike for three days just prior Lo the JACK AuB- S" provincial election. Fol- expenses only Irip lownB the dcfeal of the Social Credit government, then pre- I mier-e loot P'jlc, Luugheeil Redundant webs a icllor of inlcnt i ising to negotiate tlie matter YORK. England ICPi Spi-! lus government look pow. ders' webs, used for years lo; cr- check delicate equipment nl! H. C. Smith, president of Ihe Vickcrs engineering plant in association, said (he request for Yorkshire, have been replaced Ihe meeting was lo be made by new electronic measuring lo Attorney-General Mervin machinery. Leilcn. VIET PROTESTOR DIES SAIGON (Reuter) A war veteran who set fire to himself Sept. 4 in protest against South Vietnam's one-man presidential election next month died of his burns during the weekend, a spokesman for the War Vet- erans Association said Monday. Soulhaiu Press adds to chaiii BRANTORD. Ont. (CP) Sale of The Expositor to Southern Press Ltd., Toronto, was announced today by pub- lishers J. C. Preston and Peter M Preston. Purchase of all shares of the daily newspaper brings to 11 the number of Canadian dailies owned by Southam Press. Pur- chase price was not disclosed. The Preston family owned the newspaper for more than 80 years. i Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Joe" Last Complete Show PAHAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Shaft" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show D'10 GREEN ACHES DRIVE-iN "Halls of Anger" "The Hawaiians" One Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N STRATUS FACTION 25 PIECE LAS VEGAS STYLE SHOW GROUP IN CONCERT YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE WED., SEPT 15th P.M. Tickets at the Door ANOTHER CJOC RADIO PRESENTATION Tonight and Wed. Al and p.m. SHAFT? hii name. SHAFT: hh game. 'MURPHY'S WAR" Po WITH cr O'Toole Tonight thru Thurs. ol and p.m. .Everybody taking about... RESTRICTED ADULT JOE'PUUJ NO PUNCHES. IT'S NEVER BEEN SERVED UP ON FILM THIS HOT1" -Archer Winston, N.Y. POST "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDFT' -TIME, MY NOTE Portions of tht Dialogue may be objeclionablej COLOR Tonight Thru Thurs. til and p.m. HELD OVER! LAST 3 DAYS IF YOU HAVEN' SEEN THIS PICTURE BY NOW, YOU HAD BETTER HURRY. NOW IN ITS 4TH BIG WEEK! Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK s. JOM LAUGHLIN 1ELORES TAYLOR RESTRICTED ADULT PHONE 71100- Ik miff I Kl GREEN A en E> D RIUI -1H f t NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY "THE OUTLAWS" LAST TIME TONIGHT 'The Hawaiians" I "Halls of Anger" In Cclor Charlton Heslon In Color Calvin Lockhaif WEDNESDAY and THURS. AT THE A MINERS' LIBRARY 4 A A 733 13lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONIYI "BarqueroT ADULT An Aubrey Schcnck Produclion COLOR byDcLuxB1 LmiBdArhsts IEE VAN CIEEF AND FORREST TUCKER IN CO Cliiislophtr Gcorgo-Lorioiiii? Prlrrs GATES OPEN P.M.-SHOW STARTS P.M. Hlr ,000 PLANE RAIDcoLOR NO. 2 ;