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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 7, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 [TV HIGHLIGHTSl MONDAY DHAJIA: Elegy fur a Pig, li p.m., No dialogue is spoken in an Adam-12 segment about the on- and off- duty life of a police officer killed in action. With Mark Goddard. DEBATE: Dorothy Willis, p-m., C'h. 7: Guest target tonight is the executive secretary of the National Black Coalition. SPOUTS: Football, p.m., C'h. 11: The Cleveland Browns meet the Houston Oilers. SPECIAL: Ethiopia, the Hidden Empire, 7 p.m., Cli. s: A National Geographic portrait of an African nation dominated by religious traditions dating back lo Solomon and Sheba. SPECIAL: The Night Hie Animals Talked, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: A Christmas parable tells what happened on a December night years ago when animals began to talk. VARIETY: Nashville North, 8 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests in elude Anne Murray, the. girl voted most likely to become a genuine Canadian superstar. SPECIAL: Bob Hope, a p.m., Cli. 7: Guests are Jack Benny, Engelbert Humperdinck, Elke Sommer and Dorothy Lamour as a feminist Mrs. Santa Claus. RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Cli. 7: A discussion of mass hysteria, fanaticism and law and order. TUESDAY MOVIE: Monsoon, I p.m., Cli. 7: A young American in India is attracted to his sister. With Geroge Nader. fetBd by oni Islevfcion rtertisiti. Any vorietlm h pcojfem k piinuta diansti by itirtwni end h wl .f Tkt H...U CJOC if Jim Elliptl News and Grain News, Wthr, Sport Prices News, Wthr, Sport Jack Thys Party Phone Bill Chow Line Wayne Barry Matinee Rob Ingram Show Probe 1220 Bob Lang TUESDAY News, Wthr, Sport World at Six MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 at MX Request Action Line MONDAY NIGHT Majcr f-JcwS Weather The Way I See It Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible The Voice of China Musical Interlude World Tomorrow CHEC-FM TUESDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major News Farm and Ranch Review Breakfast with Bruce Country Digest Weather CHEC Total Information Major News k CHEC if The Way I See It Cattle and Grain Prices Woman's World Jean Pauley The Wey i See It Bulletin Board Total Informal ion Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather News Sports Weather Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sports Major News Weather The Way 1 See It Hews fifteen mlnutei to the hour. Monday thru Thursday Larry Donahue NhOQ-Noon John David Horn Larry Donahue 4-.m The Other Side John David Horn J, D. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Jazz for the Rec As It iappens National News Theatre Distinguished Artists Songs from the Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener .....___ ____ Assiqnment From the Capitals World at Eight Five Night A Commentary Week News and Weather Galloping Gourmet Gerrusi! Nathan Cohen Morning Concert Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Afternoop School Broadcast Matinee Personality Aflernoon Concert Actuality BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER 12 INCH PORTABLE TV 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO 35.00 125.00 10.00 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 323-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch, 6) MONDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 District 7 Under Attack Willis Wrestling TUESDAY College Show The Night ihe Animals Talked From Page Challenge Nalui Mi News (cl Teleprobe 7 Movie: Charlie Chan in Honolulu Morning Nev, Mr. Dressup Hope Suecial Sesame Street (c) of Things Canadian Schools 'c) Friendly Giant (c) Chez Helens Our Town Lew Drew's Children's Hour Movie: Monsoon Take 30 Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) Hillbillies CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT DIcK Van DyKe Bewitched Hews (c) UPO Nashville l-Jorlli Carol Buriiotl Pig and Whistle Ironside News (cl Mows (c) Dangerman This Week TUESDAY Peyton Place Thought for Day Beat the Clock (c) National News Lucy Show (c) University of Air Buckstiol Wynne's Pad (c) Movie: Sword Without a Country Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Miss Helen Sand Box (c) Ed Allen Parions Frantais Wild Whirl of Fashion tc) In Conversation Pierre Bcrlon (c) Trouble with Tracy I Dream of Jeannle (c) Wynne's Pad RintslortM (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) As the World Turns Laugh-in (c) Today in Monlana DaVs Our Lives National Geograpic Concentration (c) The Doclors (c) (c) 9.00 Family Affair (c) Another Wnrld (c) Bob Hope Special Squares (c) Edge ot Night (c) Sun City Scandals Jeopardy 'c) 2-00 Pyle (c) News (c) Who, What Where Mike Douglas (c) Tonifih! (c) Game TUESDAY News Our World Another World Salute Agriculture Somerset Hillbillies CronkitC News (c) Nightly Hews (c) HiMbill'iei tc) KFBB-TV Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) One Life lo Live Adam 12 (c) Jack LaLanne Words and Music Silent Force Sule of the Century Love is a Many NFL Cleveland Galloping Gourmet Splendorcd Thing at Houston Audrey General Hospital News A World Apart (c) Dark Shadows Storefront All My filiildreii That Girl Lawyers (c) 11 :10 Make a DMI (c1, RPWitfhn-i TUESDAY fiame ".I News News Dat'ng Game Capl. Kangaroo Seers! itonil (c) News Relocates his alliludcs Danny Kaye no longer scared of broadway audiences NEW YORK (AP) Danny Kaye isn't himself these nights on Broadway, but ho doesn't mind at ali. "I was scared at says the famous redhead. "Then 1 realized all it meant was a rc- locusing of my own attitudes." As fate, or maybe his own high-voltage energy would have it, Kaye has been pretty much of an entertainment loner dur- ing 40-plus years, from debut as a watermelon seed in a school play to secure stardom in the upper realms of show business. Even tiiose Walter Mitty and Hans C. Anderson movies couldn't really suppress the git- gat-gillle eccentricities of their hero. Now Kaye is portraying patriarch Noah in Richard Rodgers's musically-ornate ac- count of the biblical flood. Two by Two, with determined de- tachment. "There are 30 spots where I could do a typical Danny Kaye he say's, "but I'm proud that I've never felt the slightest Today's Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Wusa" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Sicilian Clan" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Christine Jorgenson'1 "Mercenary'' Last Complete Show Icmplation to ever 'lead' llie character, which might get ap- plause but o 111 d hurt (lie show." ENOUGH OF VEGAS Kaye had been away from Broadway, with the exception of some limited one-man appear- ances, for 29 years, when flic challenge of "doing a musical with just eight performers and none of Ihe usual trimmings came along and seemed danger- ous enough to be exciling." "I couldn't have come back in just a conventional musi- cal.'" His other favorite talent out- lets, nightclubs arid movies, held no current lure. "I'd had enough Tahoe and Vegas for a while and the whole film busi- ness is shaken up like never be- fore." There had been talk of a Don Quixote picture that evaporated. As for television, after four years of steady programming, Kaye had no encore yen. During Two by Two, the rangy star indulges in strenuous portrayal Jehovah of the Old Testament he shuttles Noah's age from 602 lo 90 and back again. He also participates in a half dozen songs. DRAWS ON ENERGY "It only occurs to me that there's a big vocal demand in (he part when people tell me there is. ''I've never had a voice lesson people talk about well, 1 do I "No two are alike ami (ley in my life, so apparently I just naturally use it properly. "I guess you'd call me an in> stinctivc rather than intuitive have a lot. but I don't use it in- discriminately, so when 1 need it 1 can draw on H." The important technique is being able to adjust to audi- pcrformer. And all the energy I ences. lie says: Test organs drug OTTAWA (CP> A small batch of anti-lymphocyte globu- lin, a drug thought to prolong the life of transplanted organs, is to get its first controlled test next year. The drug was to have re- ceived a trial (his year, but the tests were postponed when the drug was found to cause dam- age to kidneys in test monkeys. Dr. H. E. Taylor of the Medi- cal Research Council said, how- ever, that research has exposed an "unusual antibody" thought to have caused the trouble. A purified batch of the drug will be injected into 25 or 30 human patients receiving trans- planted kidneys early next year, Dr. Taylor said. Criminal injuries compensation available lor gun injuries EDMONTON (CP) One of- fence has been dropped and one added to the schedule of crimes that can be com- pensated for under the Crim- inal Injuries Compensation Act, Attorney General Edgar Ger- hart said here. Dangerous or negligent use of a firearm was added to the list. The offence of driving with more than 80 milligrams of al- cohol in the blood was drop- ped from the list under a pro- vincial cabinet order. Mr. Gerhart said that per- sons injured as a result of this offence have recourse through the civil courts. "Either the motorist involved is insured or the injured party can claim from the unsatisfied judgments he said. Although the drug has never undergone a controlled test, it has been used on human recipi- ents of kidney and heart trans- plants in the past. Doctors now fear the drug may have caused some damage to patients receiv- ing it as part of the therapy to prevent rejection of organs. The drug is thought lo act by severely depressing the body's Dispute ends VANCOUVER