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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Apiil 10. 1972 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD H5GHUGHTS: MONDAY SPECIAL: "They Don't Sliool p.m., Cli. 13. The overydaj' life of a southern Alljerta veterinarian, Dr. Edward Prince of Letlibrulge. SPECIAL: noli Hone, 7 p.m., Cli. 9. Bob salutes Oscar with Ingrirl Bergman, Hay Millantl, Shirley Jones and Bar- bara McNair. HHVUE: David Vrost Ilcvue, Ch. 7. Alan Alda and the comedy players take an irreverent look at religion. REPEAT PROGRAMS: James Garner, Partridge Fain-., ily, Cannon, Ironside. SPECIAL: Oscar Awards, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Live coverage of Hollywood's big 44th Academy Awards. A spe- cial Oscar presentation will be made to Charlie Chaplin. TUESDAY MOVllv "The Cool 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A soldier falls for a miss who happens to be a gangster's girl friend. MOVIE WESTERN: "Bullet For a 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A violent late of revenge and Apache uprisings. EARLESS Snakes have no external cars but "tune in" on sound waves with tlic-if tongues. MARRY YOUNG Thirty-six per cx'iil of the j women under aye 20 in the United States arc married. EXHIBITION AND SALE Apr. 13-15 Open Thurs. and Fn. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sar. 10 et.m.-6 p.m. STUDIO ONE WHOLESALE OUTLET BBNGO L.C.I. CAFETERIA Wednesday, April 12-8 p.m. CASH PRIZES FIRST CARD 25c EXTRA CARDS L.C.I. BAND UNIFORM FUND DAIl ES SALAAM (Ai') Shi'ik Abeid Aniani Karuinc, eccentric African leftist, who built a dk't.ilorship in Zanzibar with Coninnmisl aid, died as he come to power violently. ]3c was assassinated Friday. Tin; ogjililarian aiul sociialial goals of the revolution which re- sulted in llic formation of the republic of Tanzania and ouslefi the suitan of Zanzibar eight years ago had faded. Karume entered politics iti the early as a rtockside agita- tor in Zanzibar town, following a life at sea in (he IJritish mer- chant navy. He Jed an Africa n- in a jorily takeover on the island early in weeks after hide-" pcndence from B r i t a i n n which as many as mem- bers of the Arab and Asian mi- norities were reported killed. Zanzibar and the neighboring THW: O "'lings Program} Gre listed by radio and television nations. Any variation In program uhedule It due to lair- mtnuto changer by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility ef-the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. Roger Chcin Mo r ley Mc CHEC non wilh Contemporary Sports GiM with Contemporary MONDAY NIGHT Dave Harry Herjland Jack Mew re Id TUESDAY Buryl Clark CHEC-Llno CJOC 5 ho-. Request Line John Oi.irks Doug Anderson TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliolt Phone Bill Sricw Wayrio Barry Leo DO-.V John Oliver Dave King News and Prices Jack Thys Eraln CHEC FM News on the Hour Wthr. on fhe Half Hour MOH. THRU SAT. Don MacMasfer Concert (Bob Ccmlel Don MacMaster Don Hodman a.m. Sign Off Radio 1010 Calgary Sounds Like Europe Eye Tiiis County Radio Noon Record MONDAY NIGHT World at Six As If Brinqinij DacK Nc'.vs Fufure Off tin Nr--v; WtJir, Sporf From TI.9 Capitals TUESDAY Five Nights A Eye Opener Week V.'crlcJ at Eighf Holiday Sound of Stringi Max Ferguson Home Run V.'orld af Six UK6.-BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LAST RUN" In Metroralor. StarrinR George C. Scotl. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 10, 11 and 12. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "KLTJTE" In Technicolor. Starring Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April ID, 11 and 12. MonclEiy show at p.m. Restrict- ed adult, TABER Tower Theatre "CARRY ON AGAIN DOCTOR" In Color. Starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Joan Sims and "The Carry On Monday and Tuesday, April 10 and 11. Monday shows at and island of Pcmba were pok-n- tially rich froiti (lie clove trade built up hy the JOtli-century sul- tans using African slaves. Ka- runic broke up the Arab planta- tions and dislributei! the in small plots, but liltle of the- wealth scoped down to the peas- ants. TIIAVKI, UESTR1CTK1J Wcstcrnei's visited Zanzi- bar and those who did taken on carefully guided But East Germans, Ru.sians and Chinese were welcomed and all three Communist countries set up aid projects. Kventually, j the Chinese biggest rnomimcni, an SU7U.OOO' spurts stadium, opencri iv.o years ago, j A few years after Ihe revolu- tion, Korume ordered liio extcu- tions of a vice-president and n leader of the ruling party, whom he accused of plot- ting against him, Elections were barred and private businesses nationalized. Zaazibaris were barred I r o m j leaving the island but hundrals I secretly crossed the '20 miles of Indian Ocean to the mainland in canoes and sailiiig dhows. Zanzibar and Tanganyika on the mainland were united into the republic of Tanzania but Ka- i Make Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty food and prompt MGjOJLH friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every to Fri-'ay from 1 lo 2 p.m. We have them Sony 12" and 17" COLOR TELEVISION The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have got to see it to believe ill See the complete Sony line ol ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and iPliotoQiapliic Centet 419 ilh M. Phone 328-6921 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWiMMSNG SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wed., April 12 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Fri., April 14 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Sot., April 15 Public Swimming p.m. Sun., April 16 Public Swimming 1 :00- p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Mon., April 17 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Children's car seats ban soon OTTAWA (CP) Most chil- dren's car senls now being sold rume kept coniro! of the in Canada will he banned from land's internal affairs ami be- Ihe market this tncmth, a came an increasing onibarras.s- spokcsman for the department j ment to Julius Nyercre, Tanza- of consumer affairs said Friday, j nia's socialist president. Mel Jack, information officer for the department, said regula- tions will come into effect "in two or three weeks' requiring the seats to pass a static strength test now in use in the United States. Manufacturers have been ad- j vised of the proposed regula- tions and have started with- drawing unacceptable products, said Mr. Jack. "This will he an interim mea- sure in force until Canada de- vises dynamic tests for the seats." Dynamic tests would dupli- cate crash conditions while the static tests measure only mate- rial strengths. Tonight thru Wed. at and p.m. Restricted Adult Detective Harry Callahan. He doesn't break murder cases. He smashes them. Wnrr.er EJros., A Kinncy Company TLCHUICOLOR" CBC talent festival winners WINNIPEG (CP1 Anna Chornodolska of Montreal and Malcolm Lowe of Hegina were the only two first prize winners ill the CBC talent festival finals lield at the Centennial Concert Hall. The judges decided to award no first, or second prize in the wind category and no first prize in the piano category. The judges may issue no top awards if they feel the compe- titors are nol up to standard. Miss Chornoriolska. a 25-year- old soprano born in Austria, won the first prize in the voice category with Ann per Matthiessen of Toronto sec- ond, LIVES IX REGINA a native of Manitoba now living in ftegina, won the string category and its prize, over runner-up Luis Grinhauz of Montreal. Tlie Ttm- ners-up each receive Sl.OOO, organization and lion Wright of Plare also j Lacombe was chosen vice-pros- ench receive a scholarship of ident. i "P i About 100 members and their Contestants were chosen last year from centres across Can- ada by a three member team representing the CliC. About 200 musicians were heard and 57 qualified for the first round. Two finalists were eventually I Claresliolm man heads Flying Fanners GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Rob Jackson of Stralhmore was named Flying Farmer of the Year at the end of the Ifflh annual convention of the Flying Farmers of Alberta Associa- tion. Gordon Laing of Claresliolm was elected president of the families attended the conven- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh St. S. Ph. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtevislon Ch. 6) Chez PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 selected in each of the four classes. Today's Showtimes Heln :G Cnnnriim V.'orld lei's a Deal Av.nmrs Miday Our 7 WreMliny Movie: Oul TUESDAY ridqe Mr. Dressup Drop In CFCN LelhbriJge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Fro si MONDAY Show DicV; Van Don'l Shoe! Horses Movie: The Love of Ic) Hi Lights (c) Fashions Parlrns Franca Is Yr-a.i Ed Attcn (c) Ili20 Pierre BeMcn BewUched Deal fhe Clock Wovie: Bullel For A Bod Wan Whit's ihe Good Word {c) Anott-.er World AnylhJr.o You Can Do (C) Family Affair BucKshcl KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) (c) Twjay In Montana Lucy (c) ConcenfraHon ic) KRTV rjev.'s Sp. Sale of Century Bob Hope Sofctal Squares [ct Academy Awards Jeopardy Ccl Laugh-In v.'l-.o. What, TJev.s tc I Game TfSA Ne.vs TUESDAY Somerset Doctcrs Anolher World Edge of Night Love American Style (c) 2rM Family Affair Lucy Show fc) Amateur's Guide I Love [c) My Threo Soni Hews (c) 5-.00 Hews News (C) KFEB-TV Greal Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) I.-.K Firm News Make a Dcr.1 (cl Dinah's Place (c) Secret Slorm (c Jack LaLflnne (c> One Life to Live Audrey (c) Our Lives Ic) Gallcping Gourmet General HospiMI lor m Children Dei ring Game Splif Seccrd Bewitched Password This is a [SONAL INVITATION TO BE OUR GUEST AND WEN ONE OF 6 FABULOUS WEEKENDS FOR TWO Accomodation Meals Recreation KOQTENAY FILM FESTIVAL JOIN US AT THE YATES CENTRE SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1972 at p.m. KOOTINAY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNING FILMS ABOUT BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA SKIING HOT SPRINGS WILDLIFE Pick Up TickeU at Your ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE 903 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Short Subjects 9: SO Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Made For Each OUicr" Last Complete Show COt.I.KOE CIXKMA "The Greatest Story Ever Told" Lsst Complete Show Tonight and Tues. at and p.m. comedy of @st love sto RESTRICTED ADULT ReneeTaylor-Joseph Bologna in aWylde Trims pfcxiuciion Made For Each Other Why Are Yon Ignored When Yon Talk? A noted pub! iiher in Chi- cago reports n simple tech- nique of overydoy e on versa- diVItJendi in social and busi- ness advance men I and like magic to give you poise, self-confidence oiid greoler popularly. According to ihfs publish- er, many people do not rea- lize now much they could in- fluence others simply by who! they say and how 1hey say it. Whether in business, al social functions, or even in casual conversions new acquointnnccs (here arc woyj to make o good prcssion every time you folk. To ocquafnl thfi readers oF this paper with Iho ensy-to- follow rules for developing skill in everyday conversa- tion, the publishers have printed full details of their interesting self Ira in incj morhod in a new booklet, "Adventures in Conversa- which wilf be moiled free !o anyone who requesli it, No obi igafion. Send your name, address, ond zip code tor Converso'ion, 555 E. langc S1., Dep! 62S-99, MundeJcln, III- 60060. A postcard wiH do Tonight thru Wed. 2 Shows at and p.m. Special Limited Engagement FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT "THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD" GeorflcStevens1 classic Mm of the life and passion of Jesus ChrisL Starring MAX VON SYDON JOHN WAYNE-CHARLTON HESTON ;