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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 21, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HF'ALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "When My Baby Smiles at <1 p.m., Cli. 1. Dan Dailcy and Betty Grablc star in tliis oldie. COMIiUY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Cll. 7. Michael Constantino of "Iloom 222" plays a wealthy bachelor whom Lou (the boss) is trying lo pair off with Man'. DOCTOR DRAMA: IMiircus Wclliy S p.m., f.'h. 13. "A Portrait o[ Debbie" is the story of the emotional prob- lem of a newly adopted child. COMEDY VARIETY: Carol BnrncM. p.m.. Cli. 7. Tim Conway and the Carpenters join Carol and company in a spoof of the old radio show "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round." PROFILE: Tele-scope, p.m., Cli. 7. Profile of Da- vid Steinberg, former Winnipeg theological student whose irreverent humor 1ms made him a TV and night club star in the U.S. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA; "Outside 1 p.m., Cll. 7. A prisoner paroled into the army is called back from over- seas when his GI buddy, involved with counterfeiters, is killed. .Progremit are lilted by the and' Any ,variation in program Vhedula! 'due lait-'minuto .changes'by jha stotions ant! riot the retpontlbililv 6f :the I Herald or Trimbles -tIre Supply. CHEC News on Ihe Hour, Wealher on Ihe half hour TUESDAY NIGHT Barry Hegland 6'00 Jolin Oliver Show 3-00 Don McMaslsr 6-4S Back to Ihe Bible iVEDNESDnT The Voice cf China John McAllister Living World Show Johri Oliver Show Counlry Digesl Ron Legge .ihow News, Snorls 0 Richard Gordon 12-00 Total inlormalion Bip Country 'Hh MiKe Murry Richard Gordon News Slocks CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT World at iix Rob Inqram John Walkei Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliol News. Wealher end Spoils Phone B Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News. Wnathe end Sports News and iat Prices Show Jack Thys. Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Bob Cencie Norm Gregory Major News News Mike Murry CBR Don Hctfman News McMasler Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World al Six Trees Againsl II Classically Ccln Tuesday Highl Nat. NEWS From The Five Nighls a Week WEDNESDAY Cye Opener SporlE World 31 B Commenlary News, Wlhr. Max Ferguson Morning Show Concert AAalinc-? Radio Noon Holiday Malmcs Aflernoon Concerl d-00 DDC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL ft With the lalcsL clccLronic equipment you get "0 vital services and performance checks. Come in l All repairs fully PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER PLU5 PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 11 MS Mission 1Q-C5 Mr Dressun Trulh or Impossible (cl Friendly Gmnt Consequences (c) Wildhlc Unhmiled Chez Helene Teloprobe 7 WEDNESDAY Sesame sirocT Movie; Whun Mv Somclliincj Think Lee Drew (t) Baby Smiles al Me Aboul Movie: Mary Tyler Moore Morning News Ihe Tel 10 00 Tuesday Nili News ici Telcprobe 7 (c) Today Rmnnrr Room McHalc's Take 30 3.30 Edpc cf Ninlil 00 Paul Bernard Drop-In CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Cli. 4) David Frosl 10.30 A Ahoul Faces plcrrc WEDNESDAY North Maoio Tnouglil lor Day Bewilchcd rt 10 News (c) 12.30 Seal Ihe Clui-k UniverSiIV ot Air Movie: Yoga September Slorm inghlen- Man Trap (c) siciii icj AnoMicr World 'C Uncle Bobhy (c) 3 30 Anything You Cai FnsMons m Uo EiJ Allen (c) Cr-unldoi-.n ;o In Convrrsalinn Kick-Oil lr) TUESDAY NIGHT Flinlslnncs Ic) Randall and Hop kirk (c) News Love Amcrcan Slyle Ic) 8.00 Mar-tub Wplbv (c) House Eddie's Fa her Inn lyLon (c) The News (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIC-HT 5..IS IVOOMoftL (cl 3 News Ifinav (cl The' Doclcrs (c) Todny in Montana Another Wcrlrl Conconlr.Tlion Ic) F.dtio ol Nicihl R.fin lirile (j( HIL- Cpnlury VOO Gnmer fi-oD SciJ.iiL-5 Griffin (c) jEBiwdv (c) Hillbillies (c) Who. What, Where Family Affair G.imo NBC Niqhlly News News (c) SomcriPt No.vs (cl 1D-30 World Turns Ic) The DA, Hawaii Fivp-O 6 30 Ironside (t) Gunsmokp. (r.) Mayborry News Toniulil Show WEDNESDAY Our World KFBB-TV Grnai Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT 00 (r Mod i l C.ipi. Kantioroo Dinah's Plncc (c) Movie: Cnnrir.ilula- Audrey One Lilo to Live Us a Roy Gallopmn Gnurmrl 1 BA Ihe Henri Is General Hnspilal 9 35 Ncvjb (cl Tluce on ,1 Malcli Sparrh Inr Diilim] Game Tomorrow Thnl Girl (c) All My Children RcwilcliPd Id- MnkP. ,i Dciil (c) II Hrwiyxvpd Giimc News M.irtus W Nrv.5 Glen C.imphcll Dick C.ivpll (c) WEDNESDAY I THI Hows News Mitchell, Young top music poll LONDON (CP) Canadian folic-singers have made an im- j prcssive showing m an interna- tional pop music poll compiled by Melody Maker, Britain's lending pop newspaper. Toronto's Neil Young, 20, was voted by British pop enthusiasts best male solo singer and top composer of the year. Young's i latest long-playing record also took first place in the album j sci'lion of the poll. Leonard Cohen, 35-year-old poet and folk-singer from Mont- real, was sixth in the male singer chart and fifth in the composer poll. In Ihe girl singer section, Ca- nadian-born Joni Mitchell, 24, took first place, her second con Fuel supply wiped out in raid PHNOM PENH (APi Com- munist sappers slipped into the outskirts of Phnom Penh today and wined out two-thirds of Cambodia's civilian fuel supply, while in Soulh Vietnam Viet Cong sappers inflicted casualties in five attacks just outside of Tay rs'inh City. Officials reDorts said 21 Smith Vietnamese troops were killed and C4 wounded in co-ordinated mortar and commando attacks on the headquarters of the South Vietnamese 43rd Task Force and two other positions ranging from two to five miles northwest of Tay Ninh and about 10 miles from tire Cambo- dian border. The Soulh Vietnamese com- mand said 52 Communist troops were killed and 25 weapons cap- tured in a nightlong battle. It was Ibe third lime in five days that South Vietnamese forces have been dealt heavy losses in co-ordinated attacks by North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces. seculive success in the vcarly poll. Bob Dylan's backing musi- cians, The Band, a four-man group which began in Toronto, was voted seventh in the group division. Shu is a native tf f'm-L Maclcud. Alia. Melody maker editor Michael Watts said Ihe successes of Joni -Mitchell and Neil Young in Hie poll "confirms the impres- sion I hat the musical balance in Ibe 70s has swung towards the artist practicing autonomy." NT X i Storm Alberta Indian batters split develops .IONI MITCHELL Repeals su minimum CHESTON, B.C. (Cl'l A iJden storm, with winds of more Ihan miles an liour, swept British Ctjltimbia's Ci'es- Ion valley Sunday nighl, lop- pling farm buildings, damaging apple crop and causing power failures. i Creston Valley is in soulhern British Columbia, aboul 250 miles west of Lethbridge, Alta. Mike Sanders, district horli- I cuituralist of the provincial i agriculture department, said 1 .Monday damage to (lie apple I crop was serious but was nol i as bad as had been expected. Power was out, in various sec- tions of the valley from 30 min- utes to three hours EDMONTON (CPi Ailjcr-1 ment. Mr. Minitly said, the la's new Progressive Conser- Conservative govern ment valive government will keep will appoint assistant to pos- (he number of executive assis-1 sibly only three ministers i LanLs lo cabinet ministers lo Jim Foster, advanced educa- an absolute minimum, Provin- j lion, Lou Hyndman. education. cial Treasurer Gordon Minielv j and Neil Crawford, health and said here. Compared with the eight to 10 executive assistants in the previous Social Credit 1970 loss reversed CALGARY Datashare International Lid. earned during the year ended Hay 31 compared with a loss of SI during the pre- vious 12 months. The improved operating posi- tion was due mostly lo lower production expenses and small- er research and development costs, j The company, which supplies j services mostly to the pe- troleum i n d u s try, increased gross income slightly lo social development. Three men appointed to Pre- mier Lougheed's personal ivern-1 stsff last week will each earn ------I 510.000 a year. The three are Ted Mills, 41, Harry Hcbbs, 46, and Harold Millican, 43. Mr. Mills will be an administrator lo the cabinet in charge of agendas. Mr. Hobbs will serve as Mr. Lougheed's executive secretary, handling appointments, sched- BORDEAUX, Franca ,'AP Cave explorers say they've dis- covered Ihe perfectly preserved i skelelor.s o[ two reindeer and a j wild beard near the reinrins of a prehistoric camp fire esli- i maUHl lo be at least years old. CALGARY (CP) Two cve- cutives of (he Indian Associa- lion ol Alberta have resigned and one of them, Eric Shirt, said a split is developing in the organization. Representatives of five south- ern Alberta bands are to meet near Ihe end o[ the month to establish a separate associa- tion, he said. Frank Powderface, a chief 01 the Stony Band at Ihe Morley reserve west of Calgary and a vice-president or the Indian As- sociation also resigned. STAFF BENEFITS Mr. Shirt, public relations di- rector of the association for the last year, said he supports the organization's ideas hut objects lo Ihe manner in which it is run and the current leadership. "Between 80 and 90 per cent nf all grants the IAA receives liom government lo staff members inslead of the people they are suppose lo he serving. SIM.000 a year goes lo six members 01 me inn executive.'' Mr. Shirt also thai Har- old Cardinal, leader of the- as- since 19GB, "is no longer helping native people.'' "His salary is a year, plus an exnnnsri arcniinl m-ar- ing a monlh. He tries lo rationalize lii.s salary, but he. has only to drive a few miles out of tl.e city lo see fellow In- dians who malic less than a year.'' NOHTIIICIIN oiiiuvrrcn Other Indian spokesmen said southern natives have com- plained the association is I "northern oriented" because il.s headquarters are ia Edmonton and na.s under Hrce lead- ership for Ihe last few years. The bands which are to dis- cuss a new organization are the Slnry, fiarcce. Blackfoot, Pei- gan and Blood. ;Red underground jlesl dcteclcd UPPSALA, Sweden (AP) A I jolt believed lo have been i caused by a Soviet underground explosion was recorded by Uppsala SHsmologu.-iii tulp at norm .Sunday, Ihe intli- ]Jroi. Marku.s Baath said Ihe explosion occurred about !I7U miles southeast ot Uppsala. This is in a region earlier So- virl underground nuclear blasts lo change courses are be- lieve.ri In have taken place, lliaalh addeil. Rilev's uling, secretarial staff, corres- pondence and filing. Mr. Millican will be an execu- tive assistant El large, arrang- ing transportation, field trips and special assignments. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-6922 Will BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS Mon., Tues.f Wed., Sept. 20th, 21st, 22n If you require any film ere. Anglo's Giftware Centre nt 426 6th Street Soulh IS OPEN AS USUAL PHILIPS YOUR DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S r f W NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ''ACES HIGH" SATURDAY "NIGHT RIDERS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th Si. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 4 Covers globe iii llircc-vear j sailing veil lure CHICAGO (AP) A soup company supervisor who left his job five years ago lo build a boat and sail around the world has docked the 35-foot I craft after a 40.000-mile trip, i "I just wanted to see the world and figured that by sail- ing around it I would see the best Quentin Cultr.i said here. The 32-year-old former mar- ine had cast off from Seneca, 111., in November, 1963, and slarled down Ihe Mississippi River. He christened his boat The Qucequcg, the name Herman Melville gave the ill-fated har- pooner's craft in Moby Dick. Throughout the trip he had from one lo two men willLhim but only Cultra madf the en- tire voyage around the world. He came back lo Chicago through the SI. Lawrence sea- way and the Great Lakes. "I guess I've been out of [ouch with what's been going on around lie said shortly after he was greeted by his family and Judy Cecil, 2C, the girl he plans lo marry. Theatre Rented "Scot's Concert" PARAMOUNT CINE.MA 5horl Subjects "They Might Be Giants" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjecls "Lady of jMonza" Lasl Complete Show fiHEEN ACRES DRIVE-iN "Tvo Mules for Sister Sai-a" "Airport" One Complete Show Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. lo 12 Midnight THIS WEEK FEATURING "The 2 P's" Instrumental and Vocnl AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 51 ShTREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED ADULT Tonight and Wed. at and pm. loannc George Scott TheyMlght Be Giants" AnneHeywOOdia RESTRICTED ADULT "The Lady OfMonza' COMING Tonight and Wed. "The Young Rounders" 7'DO and 9 15 A MOTION PICTURE! (RDSSHUMERr. ADULT Tonight thru Thsjrs. Gctes open 7 p.m. Show slarls 8 p.m. BURT LANCASTER -DEAN MARTIN A UMIVLRSAL PICTURE (SJS HIT "Two Mules for Sister Sara" NO. Clint Easlwood _ Shirley MocLnm. SOUTHERN ALBERTA 'i_ THEATRES t CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "I WALK THE LINE" In color. S'arring fire-gory Peck, Tuesday Weld and Kslcllo Parsons. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, September 21 and 22. Tuesday fliOM ;it Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE AICKUNZ1E BRIOAK" In color. Slarring Brian Koilli. Tuesday and Wednesday. September 21 and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. Adi 11. Not Suitable For Chili'rcn. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "LOVE STOHY" In color. Slavrin" AH JlacRrmv, llyan O'Neal and Hay Milland. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sep- tember 21 and 22 Tuesday show at 8: IS p.m. Adull Aol Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "LOVERS AM) OTHEIi STRANfJIOIlS" lu color. Sl.u- rinji (iij; Harry Gunrdino anfl Anne .lackson. Tuesday, September 21. Shmvs at and p.m. Keslricled Adult. Forget everything you've ever heard about heroes. there is "The Red Tent" i FRANCO CRISTALDI PRODUCTION SEAN CONNERY- CLAUDIA CARDINAIE-HARDY KRUGER fPETER N3 STARTING TOMORROW Matinee Evenings and p.m. NOTE Theatre Rented tonight for Scotch Concert at 8 p.m. Tlie Allied Arts Council of Lcthbridge Presents the University of Calgary Drama Desi. in SWA" NEVER CAN TELL' Saturday, Sept. 25ill p.m. TICKETS: Adults Children ON SALE NOW AT LEISTER'S ;