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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MIINDAV SI'l'XJIAI.: Convention, 9: 'J'tic llcpublicans arc meeting in Miami licach. Tributes to- night to tlio Nixon Administration and tlic First Lady ami an official welcome to delegates from Gov. Ronald Reagan. p.m.. Cll. II; George is making his second slab at quarterback in the NFL, run- ning four for liiillimorc Colls against Detroit Lions. Me also di.wusses footliiill'.s violence with Colt stars Johnny Uiiilas and Tom Malic. MOVIK: Berlin Aflair, 7, CM. 13: A talc about an investigator's dangerous hunt for a former partner. Darren McGavin is the star. VAIUKTV: 'J'lic Nancy Wilson Show, p.m., Ch. 13: Nancy's guests in this hour of -songs are Sammy Davis Jr., Mike Douglas, Henry Maricini and the Staple Singers. VAHIKTV: Mcrv Griffin Show. 12 nmlniglll, Cll. 13: Mickey Spillanc and his wife arc among tonight's guests. TUICSDAY MOVJKi TinilnicKiu, I p.m., C'li. 7: A story which lakes place in tbe wilds of Africa. Margol Graliame and Henry Kendall star. .MOVIM: Living il p.m., Ch. A station-master at a railroad station is to radio- active. Give him the celebrity treatment says a reporter. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis star. ____ Monday, 21, 1972 7HF LETHBR1DGS HEPALD 5 ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs tlitad by (he radio and itarlorti. Any variation In program ichoduls It due to loit- mlnuto changes by ttalloni and it not reipon- tlblllty of Iho Htrald or Anglo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Chonnon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Newi MONDAY NIGHT Dave K.n-i Barry Nftv.'Pc.U MONDAY MIGHT F'rfjSx1 UJi'j World .11 Six TUESDAY A.00 B'iryl ClflfK LMEC-Llne f CJOC CBC Ncwi Jim Elliott Phone BiM Barry l-ff John Oliver Dave King News and lira In Prlctl JacK Thyi Party Lint Jcrvn Walker Worlrf 8l Six if CHEC FM Mews on the Hour Wlhr. on llie Holf Hour CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Th.i CounUy Radfo Noon Sfcck Markef Hoir.e Run WcpVi New! Itltai WorlrJ af 4-30 As if Mappers Quebec World flf VJlfir, Spirl Cnltjary -A- -A- CLCC Broadcast over Cli. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wcolher Holf Hour HDlFday 1Parf ij Nc'Ai Mt. This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in slock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and iPkotoptaplitc Ccntct 419 5th St. 5. Phono 328-6661 "WE PERSONAUY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cob lev is ion Ch. 6) 11.CO Nfc'Aii 11.JO TelctirciLc 7 11 30 Unrfrir Allflfk Mr Dresiup F Girtnt Chez Helcne CFCN Lolhbridcjc Ch. 13 (Cablcvision Ch. 4) MONDAY MIGHT Id) TUESDftV MS 'or Next moon flight lo complete major chapters in lunar hook FAT two of th "fat Albe you! h. ALBERT AMD THE COSBY KID Bill Cosby, Ihe educolor-comedion, poses e characters he'll present in the fall on his Salurday mornings cartoon show, f and ihe Cosby Kids." The carloans are based on humorous slories of his CAPE KEKNKUY, Fla. (AC) The first geologist slated to land on the mowi -suiti here the Apollo 17 (light in De- cember should fill In two major chapters in ihe lunar history lirsi and the last. Dr. Harrison Sehmilt said In an inlcrve'.v that five moon- lanuiny expedilions to date have provided information on the moon's history in a period between three billion and 4.1 billion years ago. He said the moon, like the earth, was created ahout 4.5 billion years ago "and the first half-billion years of the moon's history we don't have, nor do we have the all-important more recent history." (te .said photographic and chemical evidence gathered by earlier orbiting indicate the Taurus Mom-tains at (he Apollo 7 landing site might con- lain original lunar material. "And the landing area, a val- ley between two mountains, has a dark mantle that appears to be fine grain wliieh resembles volcanic Schm'.tt re- ported. "This material could bo relatively (resh, perhaps only one or two billion years old." Schrnilt said that when Iho history of the moon is under- stood, "only then we able lo understand how the eaith evolved. The first billion years of earth's history has eroded so that his- tory lies in an understanding of the evolution o( the moon." Psychologists seek voice CALGARY (CP) Psycholo- gists in pt ivatc practice here want to he included Jn the Al- berla health card insurance plan, which they say would lead to a saving of public funds. Jn a brief to lie sent (o Hie provincial government, they wil! also ask approval lo form a separate organization in Al- berla for "those are nc- Uvely in praL'Ucc of psychology as a sole means of livelihood and a public service." Clinical psychologists Dr, Lori s M a s s on an d Sh cldon Walker said people now are sent to psychialrists instead of .psychologies, l-'requcntly, ever, tiic psychialrists will .scnrl llicm right back to psy- i chologists. i Patients arc .sent lo psychia- Jlrists first, Uicy said, because they can claim psychiatric care under the psychologist's services "come cheaper.'' The spokesman added that ?sychiatrist s can elmrge the health care commission S2JJ "or an hour-long session with a patient, and they can claim an extra directly from their PARAMOUNT Short "Junior Last Complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Sltorl "What's Up Last Complete COI.I.KCiK CINEMA "Blood "Body Last Complete Show GHKEN ACHES DRIVE-IN "When 8 Hells Toll" "TlR Graduate" One Complete j patients for specialist fees. RECOMMEND FEES The Psychologists' Associa- tion of Alberta recommends fees of an hour for coun- selling and psychotherapy. Calgary psychologists also want better coverage for their patients under the blue cross optional health insurance plan. It now covers patients only to a maximum o[ a half-hour in their offices. The most any family can claim under the plan for psy- chologists' services totals J100 a year. Those limits, the psycholo- gists said, are "completely un- i They said the hourly limit v.ill cover any treatment effec- tively and the yearly limit is worse because it forces clini- cal psychologists to cancel ser- vices once il is reached, re- gardless of the patient's bene- fit. Hamilton Junior High School Registrations For Tuesday, August 22nd Grade p.m. Grades 8 S 9 p.m. lo p.m. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HO5ACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Tuesday, Aug. 22 MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733-ISlh ST. N. in 5S Norlh 13-W All DM1 1h-> ClQCK Living If Up M J.JO Hie Good WoM 10 Another World JJO Anything You Car g Do Msvic: Pcrrrflil rA f'iq tina Whiirfe 5fcin (O Family Aflflf KRTV Groat Fulls Channel 3 (Cnblevision Ch. 9) i i tlr i t TcKiiy in fl 10 ConceafrAlion 7'ul Srilr; C rnl V JO Sq.Mrr-, ft I "JK1 (f Another 1 .10 HfllJC Of TJirjM American Ift.M IS V, lo MV1 .SltCJ i ovi> h Tin KFOB-TV Falls Channel 5 (Cableviston Ch. 11) MONDAY NICHF I'nw.'crd LC) fcl TUESDAY S Frtrm News Uewj The Grenf Capfnln rwrk Sneak (cl Dinah's Pldc 1973 9. CO I k C (ft All My Children a Opal Game News Secret Sl-orm (c One Life to Uva (e) Our Llvtl (C.) TJvrer en ,1 Viflkl uf li Driting Gftnift Split 'Scirond SHOWING TONIGHT and TUESDAY RESTRICTED ADULT FIRST SKOW Starts 7 p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERTA STARTS WEDNESDAY Starring Academy Award Winner "BEN JOHNSON" Best Actor "A -PAUL D. ZfMMEflMAN, Hcwlimfe RESTRICTED ADULT GATES OPEN P.M- ONE COMPLETE AT 9 P.M. CLOWNSlANIMALS CHAMPION EQUILIBRISTS Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- fy meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious mea "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN DOZENS OF FEATURES Soturday, Aug. 26th at 2 and 7 p.m. In Ih? GRANDSTAND UTHBSIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS Ticketi available at the gate ADULTS STUDENTS S3 52 CHILDREN (under 12) SI.50 {TONIGHT THRU WEDNESDAY j ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "Bcnjamm- ou find me Starring DUSTIN HOFFMAN I SECOND FEATURE ALlStAIR MncLEAN S EIGHT BELLS 'foil" ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TONITE and TUES. at and pm. BBisK. Bjuwima JOY OFUMOVII II SHOULD BE SEEN BT EVlBTOIIEr STiVE MCQUEEN JUNIOR BONNER" "Wto FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT TONITE and TUES. ol and p.m. CiNDEE PERVERZIFF ewnsr and qualified teacher 'S 11418-17th Street South Classes In: TAP-ACRGBATiG MODERN JAZZ O BEGINNER BALLET Registrafion for all Classes August 23rd lo 26th Phone 328-5056 CLASSES WILL COMMENCE SEPT. 4fh CARDSTON Mayfair TheaJre "in ISII.I.INCTON In color, Monday, Tuesday niuf Wednesday, Angus) !l, '1'i and llnnday .show at R: 1.1 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In i-olm1. Warrinn (''Jlflir and n'li rir-.'jtlir. Monday. Tuesday aiuf Anpisf ?1. and Mnndny sliou- al V ;in pin. TlrMrn Irrl AMill PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SIIAKT" In color. Starring Richard lirmndlrco. Mon- day, Tuesday nnd Wednesday, August 21, 22 aul 13. Mon- day show nl p.m. Itcslricted Adult. TAEER Tower Theatre "TAKINO In color. Monday nnd Tuesday, AUK- 2[ anrl 22. Monday .shows nt flnl p.m. Adult. PUBLIC SWIMMING Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 28 FRITZ SICK HOUR SWIM 1? 1 p.m. P.iblir Swim 1 .5 p.m. fi 8 FALL i UONS i Swim 1 5 p.m. 6-9 Swim 4 9 Swim 4-9 Swim 4 9 Swim 12-5 p. FIT. X 6 -9 Swim 5 5 p.m. (5-9 Swim 7-9 p.m. I i 1 HENDERSON Swim 12-9 Swim 4 9 Swim 4 9 Swim 4 9 Swim 12-9 Swim 1-9 Swim ij 4 9 om I ;