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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LETHBRIOGE IIERAID Mindny. Am.I 17. UY ALL WEEK MONDAY THRU SUNDAY APRIL 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 491 MAYOR UAGRATH OR 2006 MAYOR MAGRATH DR 541 13TH STREET NORTH This Coupon Good lof One SOUTHERN GOLD PURE ICE CREAM O'.L r.ijUPOM PER CUSTC'.'tH L--i.-u.> .-j. NAMED PROVOST George Ignallcff. Canadian ambassador to (lie office of (ho Hulled Nations at fJc-ne- vn, lias liecn named Provost ol Triuily College at live Uni- versity of Toronto. Mr. Igna- tlelf, a graduate of Trinity in 193G, succeeds Rev. U. H. G. Owen who retires July 1 after la years In llic position. (TV HIGHLIGHTS! Mather says campaigning RED Public money Is being wasted because Parliament's time is being con- sumed by members who are electioneering rather than gov- erning, says MP Barry Mather ot the New Democratic Party. Tlio British Columbia mem- ber for SmTey Rock told a Red Deer NDP meeting here the. government should "take ils courage In ils hands and go to the people in an ofti .al campaign." An unofficial campaign has een on for six weeks, he said. MONDAY SPECIAL: Miss Tccn Canada Pngeaiil, p.m.. Ch. 13. Eight conleslants ore lelf for tbo final pageant wllh last year's winner, Jean Anne Blair, crowning her successor. KEVUE: David Froil, p.m., Cli. 7. Charles Nelson Rcilljr Is the special guest as the novue players lake a satiri- cal look nt science. MOVIE WKSTERN: "Tlie Night ol tile p.m., Cli. 13. An ex-lawman makes an ctiort at ranching to ensure a better life for his family and finds Us greatest enemy Is a hugs grizzly bear. SPECIAL: Man Al Ihe Centre, 10 p.m., Cb. 7. A prolllo of Ihe Prairies and the lives of the- people from both rural and urban areas. DOCUMENTARY: The Sky Warriors, 10 p.m., Cb. A fascinating look into a vanishing culture in lha rain for- ests of Iho Upper Amazon. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Guests Include Shirley Bassey, Topol of "Fiddler on tbe and Roger Moore of "The Persuaders." TUESDAY MOVIE FANTASY: "Beauty and Hie 1 p.m., Cb. 7. A film version of the fairy-lale classic about a maiden betrothed to a prince- who becomes a werewolf by night. MOVIE WESTERN: "Flaming 1 p.m., Cli, 13. Led by a rcnegado while man, Indians terrorize ectllers in the Arizona Territory. ANGLO'S listings interviewing lost jy reporters TACOMA, Wash. (AP) A niit by reporters seeking the Lo interview federal pri- loners has been dismissed on a motion by Uio defense in U.S. District Court. The case bronrht hy the Seattle Tacoma Newspaper Guild and Uvo reporters against tovmcr Warden J. J. Barker and McNeil Island Fed- eral Prison. It was filer! in thr: wake of a irison hunger strike more than a year ago. U.S. District Court Judge William Goodwin niled Uiat his court docs not have the exper- tise to tell a warden how to run prison. An ACLU spokesman said the organization planned lo appeal, j Pragibmt CTB lined bjr Itit radio and Anjr variation In program ithedul. li (o Iprt- changes by the italioni and li nal reipon- jJblllty of the Herald or Anglo DiilrlbutSik'Sltreo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Conlemporory Sports Morley McGill wflh Contemporary News TUESDAY Lef Dow Buryl Clark Jchn Oliver CHFC-LIni Dave King f CJOC -t MONDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegland Jack Mewfcld MONDAY NIGHT Bl bix Jchn Walker Reques! TUESDAY CBC rJevn Jim Elliotl I'OO ATO Sratn Prices Jack Triys Perty Line Doug WAyna Barry World al CHEC FM -A- NGWS on the Hour Wlhr. on the Half Hour Dsn MaeUasler Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off H.OH. THRU SftT. 4.00 Den Concert [Bob Connie) NeUork Radio 1010 Calgary i Eye OpF.rtr This Cou-Fry rtudio Ncin il-io Off tha Record TUESDAY Five Nights Eye Opener World Al Elghl HOKDAY NIGHT el SIX Ne 4O As ir Hiippeni 11.03 I Brinning Baclc (he N F-ulure Heliday Szjund d Sfrrr.gi -V.a general public's approval because of the bad beginning made hy atomic energy during Iho Sec- ond World War. The recent Arnchitka nuclear explosion gave "nuclear ener- gy another black he said. Opposition lo the use of nu- clp.a.r energy centres on possi- ble contamination of Lhe envir- onment, he sairl. But, v.Uh (hermnl power from (os- til fuels like coal, nuclear power on (he conlam- Uon scale. 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 it! SM ifis complete Sony line a) ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sieieo ana Cenlel 419 itli it. H. phono NEW WHITE CANE MONTREAL (CP) The Canadian National Institute for the Blind has introduced a newly-flesipnec] folding uhitc cane which can he lengthened to 44 inches or can be shorten- ed to 18 inches fn suit any blind person. The cane was rede- signed (tocausc it foil the foldinp cane currency in pop- ular use was too cumbersome The. now cann is only 11 inches long folded. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevisTon Ch. 6) MIGHT News (c) 10 Crei 1 M Sencts v'orid Sesarr'' S1reet 5.20 Deal AvsnniTrs Our r 7 Irish ftover3 Oul Wrestling TUESDAY W.aviC' E Ihe Wipcord 3 Tfl Take 33 3 ]'j Edge fdge Family Tcday E ?il Romper Rcorn J (A Ccurl 9.30 Front Page Mr. Drpssup J 30 Drop tn ChaNenge" (c) 10 W Canadian Scnc-ch 5.W Tmin cr 13.W the Friendly Giant CFCN Ulhbridge Ch. 13 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) 5 co Lucy Show 12'CO David Froif 12. CO David Froif Van DyV Family Affair 10 00 P. 10 CO iromr 11.M snov KRTV Great Falli Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) fc) Doctcrs MONDAY MIGHT .1 in fc) ft (A Here's (O A M Laugh-rn (cJ Dorli Day (c) 10. M tc i 10 M Tonighf Shcrw TUESDAY A 1! Our 7-M Today 5hov, In ConcenlraNon ic) Sale of Cenlury Squares (c) lo-W Jecpardf ftl 10.30 Whfll, vVhera Game News Somerset World Turns Uighf Love Amencan (c) Fflmlly AKalr Lucy Sr.o.v (cJ AmafeiT'l Gulds fft Love (r) t -ii Ssluffl lo AgrlcuirL-ralJ.OO Nev.i KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. Tl) MONDAY NIGHT (c) In Search of LMl World (c) W.wic Cavtrn (c) la.w Nt'.i 10.1ft Sanlsrd and Son a Dtal ,c) 17 M Game TUESDAV Farm Nev.a 4'3G KBAS Captain Kangaroo l? 3I1 Place (t> 1 W Secret Storm fc fi-JOJnck LaLanns [c> 1.300nn Life to 9-M Audrty