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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta G THE VETHBRICOE HERAID AIKJUI! 17, Can TV make blind people SAN' VllANC'lSt'O (Al1) --'off, the scienlvsls hut Two researchers have (level-1 tuully it cmitd onable llw blind an t'lcclrmm1 system to move about lively :uicl which projects television im- ages into the skin of blind per- professions from have prcvimisly been cxcl suns to tliem discern oli- The exiwrimcntal sysli jecls, measure distances, anil i Ihe produce of eight ye: even read normal print. i work by Drs. Carter C. Widespread practical use of I and Paul Bach-y-Hitu a the device still is several years University of tlte Pn Ann Campbell Singers featuring FRIDAY August p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Admission 1.00 At The Door SmUh-Ki'ULcwclL Institute of Visual Kesc-yrcli here, i A per.son iisini; tint portable system wears a pair of eye- glass frames on which is mouutcci a tiny television cam- ova made up of hundreds of IriinsisUirs. Tlio camera is connected through H vest-worn battery network to a shield of elec- trodes (aped lo (he subject's stomach. The entire unit weighs less than five pounds. the transistors scan ob- jects in front of them, they send the exact pattern lo the corresponding elecrodes, whch then trace the Image on the stomach in a '.series (if plot trie a I impulses. "Thus if we held tip flic shape of a square in fi'ont of a person wearing the camera, he would loci ttic electrodes ally drawing a square on his explained Dr. Col- lins. A blind person using the sys- tem can learn to "read" the al- phabet in "a few dozen Dr. Collins said. The system has been used on ah out. 70 blind subjects at the institute, and .several sighted volunteers wearing blindfolds. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS "FRIDAY cmd SATURDAY" "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! THUIISDAY MOVIK: Tlie Foiling of linymoml, p.m.. Ch. 7: The story of a student who was linnded n failing grade and, years later, decides to seek revenge on (be teacher. Jane Wyman and Dean Slockwcll star. MOVIK: Duffy, 7 p.m.. Ch. lit An otflttul crime tale about over-ago hipsters cavorting Ihe Mediterranean while they plan Ihe perfect heist, 'flic stars arc James Co- burn, James Fox, Susannah York and James Mason. VARIETVi Hobby Darin Show, 8 p.m., Oil. 9: Donald O'Connor, Dioimo Warwickc and Phil Ford and Mlmi Ilines headline tonight's show. Bobby's version ot Spinning ar.d Dionnc's big hit, This Girl's In Love With You, nrs showcased. FOOTBALL: Western Conference, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Win- nipeg Blue Bombers invndc Empire Stadium lor their first meeting ot the year with Ihe B.C. Lions. Doth teams will bo looking lor their second win of the year. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, p.m., Ch. 9: Folk singer Secgcr and comic George Carlin are among the scheduled guests. GOLF: Canadian Professional Golfers' Association cliam- plonsliijjs, p.m., Ch. 7: First-round highlights from the Rivermoad Golf Club in Hull, Quebec. MIIDAY MOVIK: Alias .lilhn 1'ri-slrai, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A well- to-do man decides to settle down in a small English village. The slar is Alexander Knox. SIDEWALK CAMPAIGN Sen. George McGovern shakes hands well-wishers as he made a half-hour walk on the soulhside of Youngsiown, Ohio this later he met with union leaders in a biaf to get their sup- port in his presidential baltle againsl President Nixon this November. SAVE DURING DUNLOP FORD'S SPECTACULAR 1972 COMET 2-DR. SEDAN 6 cylinder, .lulomotic, mileage, blue in color. Regular retail NOW "2695 VOIKSWACEN TAKE YOUR PICK! NOW IN STOCK 4 1971 MODELS 1 TOYOTA COROUA 2 VOLKSWAGENS 1 PINTO YOUR CHOICE ONE PRICE PINtO S1895 1969 FORD F100 HEAVY DUTY HALF TON Vt, 4 speed, Regular retail 52195 NOW...... ny "hello" to a Dunlop Ford ialesmcjn and soy "goodbye'' with tlio foesl buy 'ourvc ever It's model year end cEcarout time Dunlop bids goodbye o Ihe las! of the great 72's. Save one full year's depreciation nowl GOOD BUY 72 STOCK NO. 1894 1972 THUNDERBIRD 2-DR. HARDTOP Ermine white with green vinyl roof, fully equipped, air conditioned, mileage Demo. Regu- lar relail over GOOD BUY 'Ti SALE............ GOOD BUY 72 STOCK NO. 325 1972 MUSTANG 2-DR, HARDTOP Bright red wilh vinyl roof, V-8 onfjine, auto. Irons. P.S.r P AM rtulio, tinted gloss and console. C Brand new "factory fresh." H B HH H v Regular Relail S4595.30..... .........SAVE i Open Hours: 8 ci.m. lo 9 p.m., Saturday 9 am. to 5 p.m. Corner M.M. Drive and 16fh Ave. South Ph. 328-8861 1971 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2-DR, HARDTOP 350 V-8 engine, auto- floor shift, huc- :ot seals, rodio, tires, miles, original owner's name available on cqucst. Regular retail NOW 53795 1967 Olds mobile Cutioss 4 door. Only 43.000 miles. A-l unit. Price Only.. 30 Dtiy Untondltionnl Wurrnnly TOYO1A 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY On Alf A-l Used Cars tind Trucks "We Caro" Rpcord car hava caut- od a icfiout ovfirttoekod condi- tion in our used car department. "The Heat li Really On" to move rhcm oul. Soo ui today for a yrecit deal on tho newer tfr of your c ha ten. Every ecir mnrVod trtii in cm nil out effort lo roduco our invcnlory. Republicans bumped by baseball TORONTO fCP) The Ca- nadian Broadcasting Corp. will provide coverage ot the Montreal Expos-Cincinnati Reds National League base- hall game next Wednesday, rolher than the U.S. Republi- can presidential nomination. President Nixon, who is ex- pected to win the nomination, will be allotted an hour of network lime, between p.m. and 12140 a.m.. for cov- erage ot his acceptance speech. A CUC spokesman said re- sults o[ the- Republican na- tional convention in Miami Beach are "such n foregone conclusion that we decided to let it go by." Montreal is names he- bind Pittsburgh in the eastern division of (he National league, Cincinnati is in first place in the Western division. More trouble ahead Jor Mrs. Irving NKW YORK Ucuter) Ed- ith Irving has been found extra- ditable lo Switzerland to face criminal charges stemming from her activity with her hus- band In the Howard Hughes "autobiography" hoax. U.S. Magistrate Cicrarr] Goctlel ruled Wednesday that: "On the evidence presented, it appears that there arc grounds for honoring the extradition re- quest of the Confedoralion of j Switzerland." The court ordered Mrs. Irv- ing turned over to the U.S. at- torney-general'.1; office upon completion of a two-month jail sentence stemming from her guilty plea on federal and state charges. The court left the mat- ter to the discrcion of the sec- retary of slate lo determine whether she should be turned over to the Swiss. Gocttel noted: "Congress has wisely placed such discretion in Ihe hands of the secretary of slate who must regulate on in- ternational relationships with foreign governments." I Loll cry tickets EDMONTON (CPl Police iave seized Manitoba svecpslake tickets from two cily outlets. The sale of the tickets, based on Die outcome of the grey cup football final, is banned in Al- >erta because a lotteiy licensed in Manitoba has no formal ap- proval here. Wll.t. KNO KXII.i: MADRID (Rculer) Former Argentine president .Juan f'eron will end 17 years of exile ami return to his country by the end of (his year, his chief spokes- man announced IKTC recently Ilcclor Campora, Pcron's per- sonal representative in Arg lina, made lite announcement at a news conference after winding up two weeks of secret talks the 76-year-old for- mer dictator who lives in exile in Madrid. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program) tie listed by the radio and television ilallont. Any variation In program It due to lot- minute chances by tfie'tlallorij and It net the nipon- dblllfy of the Herald or Anglo Dlitrlbulork Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Rogfir Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Paul Chedini King Wayna Barry THURSDAY NIGHT Dav, Jack Neufeld -THURSDAY HIGH! el John Walker RequCil Line John Cartel Bury I Clark CJOC SHOW FRIDAY Jim Elllo! CBC New News, W1hr, Sport and Grain _ _ Prices Wlhr, Sr-orl CHEC FM Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT, Den McfAailfr 7: CO Dot Don Hedman a.m. Sfgn-Olf CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY HIQHT Prairie CJ Home Run Musk News Canriadian at Conner! H Ai H Happcni Tri! Inne MuslClcope TRiri WtJir, Gye Opcr CcLjnlry Radio Noon 1 Sfochrnarkcl J.30 Holiday Home Run Fighl nl Six CLCC if CLCC Broaden ill over Cable vision Oi, 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Carol David John W-fllaVoIl rJe-wi M.yj W.alor Mev-i Doug This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Tripl Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Cenlei 419 5th St. S, Phone 328-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Cliunncl 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6} Fric, U-) 11 SpSFirn? Itrt CFCN-TV Lcthbridgo Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) THURSDAr NIGHT Plerrft Borton (c] (r> Family Aflair f RIDAY Bnwikhed 'i Thought lc.r (t) Rurxirf Brvir Confrfi ft) 9M! in fAflrlv Forffmnn fc> Qualify of Life Newt (r> !i' Wflpk 11 ;SO (c( I AH Frttri OirX Van pflliroar Pir.ircs (c) 1.30 wnar-s The KRTV Great Falfi Channot 3 (Cablcvlsion Ch. 9) AJS Arjr ;.fX) Today Sho Toclfly In Ccnctnfrflli Snle ol Cenl THURSDAY NIGHT XJS Arjricullu..... S'W Newi '.00 Today ihow tcl I News Todfly In Montana AnnlJiT Dick Van My Soni tronsids Hollywood style Elobby Osrrin Jeopardy (ct F -vnily Affair tcj' Three !ions f TcninM Show Ncwi MillMtli FRIDAY h A W.flny Understanding Our Eplendprcd Thini !0 World Ai Ihe lurni tlrAi KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY lei's MflVc n Deal THURSDAY NEOHT tc) Brady Bunch Movie: flurry fcl fc) Pro Repulilknn Convenrion (LI TV-5 tf Boy I Art Fen Hew 'i fJt Cflplaln Krtmfrfio I fl 00 Olnth's Plica (cl i Jack Latannn 'i Audrey r.ri Galldpinq Gourmrt lln WJicre Ifio Hearf ti Soarfh Tor fir, Tomorrow P.i All My ChifcTrcrt i.30 FJc ;