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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 Ph. 327-4475 The Letkbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Washing, Drying, Dry Cleaning Phone 32S-8944 3 Ave. I 12 St. B S. Attended Mon. thru Fri. FRIDAY, APRIl 13, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 14 TO FRIDAY, APRIL 20 Atlantic portrait telecast Thw Maritimes' historic past, Its people's gentle but strong c ba r a c t e r and the land's dwindling resources are stud- led in the sec- ond part of CTV's. "Camada: 5 Portraits" series of snecials, telecasting Sunday, April 15 at p.m. Traces of ttnves of war and peace speckle the Maritime Provinces. Tte'igious ruins cam he fowd in the century old par- ish of Paquetville' some rem- nants of the French empire in New Brunswick; Louisbourg, ttw last and greatest of the French forts, and an Eng- lish fortress in Halifax, Nova Sootia, a military town from tihe beginning aii'.d still is. Hali- fax became a centre of trade, learning awl government, never losing its military flavor. the sea there would be no life on earth at all, for the whole endless stream of life began here when the land was nothing but ban? rock. For hun- dreds of years, Maritimers have been talking their nets and jiggors in little boats, heading for the fishing grounds close to shore and a great va- riety of fish. Some men work on the surface of the sea, yet many work H, hi the darkness and danger of the mines. The life for all these people is hazardous and filled with challenge. The people of the Maritimes are down-to-earth and fiercely loyal to their land. IJife holds a special pleasure for them and they have a great appreciation for one another To them, home is the peop'c. (lie music, the memories. Home is the place Where you're never alone. "The Atlantic" was written by Dwald Comeron and pro- duced by Ron Kelly. Two Soap Operas begin 18lh year LOS ANGF.LTCS (CBS) As the World Turns ami The Edge of Night, two of televi- sion's most popular daytime dramatic series, have begun their 18th year on the CBS network. Both programs, still pre- sented live, had their debut on CBS April 2, 1956, and were the first shows of their type to adopt a half-hour for- mat. Chinese healing by acupuncture mystifies West Ifs Though "Geraldine" doesn't appear as often as used to, she's still one of Flip Wilson's most famous characters. And The Flip Wilson Show seea on CBC-TV Tuesdays at p.m., is still one of the top laugh-getters of the current season. Views of young Moderator challenged on 'Man Alive' Amidst changing tural settings in the streets of Toronto, Roy Bonisteel chal- lenges the views of Bruce Mc- Tjeod, the younfest moderator in the history of the United Church of Canada, April IB at p.m., on CBC- TV's Man Alive. Only 43, Dr. McLeod is wide'y known as "moderator of the younger generation" in t he Urated Church. He sees the next two years as the time to find new ways for the Church to duly express itself. "I am not a discourager of the says, adding, "all wo-ship should' be contemtoorary, not a for the tiimo when God once lived, b'.it a moans of cel- ebrating His presence in the world now." Tn tho half-hour program, Dr. McLeod and Roy Bonislcet dis- cuss many of the new modera- tor's vieivs the role of Church in a skyscraper soci- ety, the strength found in fam- ily life and explore Ms new ro'.e within the United Church of Canada. An informal meet- ing and a fascinating half- hour. An examination of Acupunc- ture, the ancient Chinese art of healing, will be presented Mon- day, April 16 at 10 p.m., on CBC television's The Nature Of Tilings. Traditionally an entire sys- tem of philosophical medicine, this science has just recently coins under the watchful eye of Western med- icino, "in the light of new dis- coveries re'ated to pain con- trol and research into treat- ment and cure of such diseases as asthma, hepatitis, ulcers and depression, as well as some forms of depression and para- plegia that still mystify our doctors. Produced by Milan Chvostek, the half-hour program will ex- plore the history and develop- ment of Acupuncture and its current use as a therapeutic and ana'gesia, as well as new research relating to pain and attempts to discover a scien- tific basis for its effects. In attempting to assess its iiripact on our medicine, the program features comments by leading tnradical experts, in- cluding Dr. George Wald, win- ner of a 1967 Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine. In addition to explaining the origins of Acupuncture the insertion of needles in certain areas of the skin the pro- gram explores the philosophi- cal explanations of this art and dolves into its modern applica- tions, including its use in Can- ada by Dr. Harold Saita, a Van- couver osteopatbic doctor. In an actual example of Acupuncture treatment. Dr. Saita uses need- les to relieve the suffering of a patient afflicted wilh neck pain and discomfort, by insert- ing fine needles into the back and leaving them untouched for 5 to 20 minutes, or else by ro- tating them manually. While the Canadian Medical Association has not yet estab- lished a firm policy for Acu- puncture, it nevertheless plans to send its experts to the Peo- ple's Republic of China to un- dertake an exhaustive study of what it is and how it can fit into the Canadian health scene. Dr. J. Wallace, secretary gen- eral of the CMA. feels that as the practice increases in Can- ada, h o w e v e r, requirements for national standards for its use will undoubtedly be set up. A possible explanation of the effect of Acupuncture is offer- ed on the program by Dr. Gun- Lher Risse of the University of Wisconsin, who feels it may be characterized as a counter irri- tation procedure. Jerusalem feature re-telecast A iraior urdercarrent in reli- gious life today is the Christian rediscovery of Jesus within His Jewish context. Jews now study Christ in the framework of the Judaism of His time, and Is- lam reveres Jesus as a special prophet aspects Christians are largely unaware of. Jerusalem, a city sacred to three great monotheistic faiths Christianity, Islam, and Judaism is todav regarded as a "mee'.'ing point" for mil- lions the world. On Good Friday. April 20, at 8 p.m., CBC television will pre- sort a repeat telecast of Meet- ing Pomt, the highly acclaim- ed religious documentary on Jerusalem and the Holy Lpnd. Filmed with rich vUnal scenes in the Holy Land, in- cluding scenes front Jerusa- lem. BetWehem, Galilee and the Dead Sea. the hour-long col- or program is reinforced with comments from some of the world's outstanding writers on Jesus and tte Gospel. Yoga spreading across counry Thank-s to K-reen of CTV's daily show "Kareen's viewers are discoverng Yoga as the source of a health- ier mind and bodv. Kareen her- self is a great inspiration for those who want to shape up! Many viewers have written ex- pressing the'r warm and p'n- cere praise of the show. "Ka- rcen's is veek days on Channel 13 at 10.30 a.m. NEW RADIO SHOWS Three new program Themes and Variations. Music AliVe and Canadian Comwx-t the new CBC in April. RECORD OF THE WEEK PRELUDE DEODATO CTI RECORDS Record STORE HOURS: doily from a.m. to p.m., Trt urt. and Frt. until 9 p.m. Centra Village Moll. 32C-9231 ;