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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'" HERAID Thursday, December 16, 1V71 i'jtcli (itljiisls at liis oicn cloc aecordinfi to how you feel. Then you'll know how to anticipate ir ahead. Then fiml n your mood on a calendar-. Put a i kit gels vou there a! plus or minus sign on thejlay time, so >ou can y t'p suggestions comr fieri your moods OUT OK HARMONY III a new book. Body Time. Mrs. Luce reports the mass of research dealing with such phy- siological rhythms, citing exper- iments from many parts of the world. She charges that modern rhythm.-.'' she said in an inter- requires a pace "that is view. dissonant with our inner needs "Kach person adjusts at InV no longer act in harmony conference? I own pace. The way to find ont vvilh natural cycles." lime a i about your rhythms is to chart in Onc experiment she re- ports, rats were injected with an amphetamine solution at various hours around the clock. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13ih ST. N. Cttrs It-it In Clubrooms Friday and Saturday Members and Invited Guests! jm runnng a story YKLLOWKN1FK, N.W.T. The robin may he the harbinger of spring, but cars left running tell when winter has arrived in the north. One observer counted 39 cars idling morn- ing in the territorial capital which has a population of (i.OOO. It was 28 degrees below and the weather office said it wou'd gel colder. P'ew motorists worry having their cars stolen. As one driver said: "Where would they take a car if they stole Southminstes- Unites! Church Senior Choir Presents Th-3 Christmas Part of Ha "MESSIA ndel7 SUNDAY, PECErABtR 19th P.M. In the Church Sanctuary H" ft was discovered the cycles of the body clearly influenced tho animals' reaction lo the drug. Rats injrrcd at midnight had a drastically hi ghcr mortality j rale than the rats injected at j (i a.m. i difference between life j and death can hang on she said, noting the implications for giving medicine and con- j dueling tests. j Mrs. Luce also suggested that, conlrary to popular belief, j women arc1 nnt the only sex with recurring cycles. "Men have monthly rhythms too." she said, "although not much research has been done in this area since all the research- ers are men. But it has been shown that men have pro- nounced four- and six-week mood cycles. "It's important to know this so that you don't beat yourself when you feel she ex- plained. "Women have a sign- menstrual period. Men don't have a marker so it's much harder for them.' WORKS KMILV Mrs. Luce, a "lark" who is up at. seven and says she accom- plishes a whole day's work by 11, also says that whatever your body time requires, stick to it. "Regularity is what's impor- tant." she said. "Find what is comfortable and s'iek to it. Don't try to keep adjusting. Ir- regularity is the worst thing for you." She Ihe "mvl" chi1- dren should rot have to take exams in the morning; that school hours should be stag- gered like work five a chance. And that parents should react more to tl-e child's natural needs. "Tf a ohiVl is not hungrv. don't force him to rnt." shs said. And she noted that you can't force a child to sleep. "You crm put hini in hut let him play if he's not lired." "Also, should never he lived as o punishment." Solo t opranc. ASIENE TANNER LEWIS Contralto, MARY THOMSON Tenor, WAITER GOERZEN Bais, ARTHUR HUNT ARTHUR HUNT uesl singers frcm First Baptist Church ond Choir Director, WOOtHOUSE SACRAMENTO. Calif. 'API Toy bombs, g r e n a d e s, "monster" dolls and mock tor- ture instruments for children were outlawed Tuesday in Cali- fornia as Gov. Ronald Reagan signed a bill that won't apply to gifts under Christmas trees t'vis year. The measure makes it a "misdemeanor to manufacture or sell such toys after July 1, 1972, but does not extend to toy guns. Holier! N. Tlionipiim, former Mr. Thompson said he dit and now a plans to continue as national (.'iin.-iTvalivc Ml', piuiis to pur-, co-ordinalor of organization for sue a career in ('ducalijii the Progressive Conservative he from federal politics, i parly but will resign from the the rice'ion I ju it will potion after the election, ex- nol in .Mr.'Tlvmip-1 in Five British soldiers and: a imivc into'pmvincial puiiii.v civilian arrived in Vancouver Mr Tlompvon said hisMliis week after completion o decision net to seel; re-elcdion! the first stage of their planned was made for personal reasons i trip from the Arctic to the lip of South America. The six men left Anchorage, Alaska, Dec. 3 in a hid to the first trip from Alaska to the tip of South America entireiiy hv land vehicle. Leader Capt. Gavin Thomp- son said Ihe group hopes vo complete the 14.COO mile trip in about five months. Also on the trip are Capf.. Peter Barry, 27, Sgt. M. li. Cross, 24, and Troopers Mi- chael Webb, 21, and Davitl Fletcher, 19, all of the 17HJ- 21st Lancers, and publisher Timothy Nicholson. The engagement of Gen1. Francisco Franco's eldest granddaughter, Maria del Car- men Martinez, to a member of the Spanish royal family will he officially announced Dec. 23. the national television reported in Madrid. Well-placed sources said the engagement to Prince Alfonso de Rorhon Dampierre, Spanish ambassador to Swe- den, w'Js practically certain. flenn Ott of Moose Jaw cel- ebrated her 100th birthday this week. Bern in Houndslow, Middle- sex, England, she came to Can- ada in 1912 and since then has lived at Port Arthur. Out.. r.--.'if and Moose Jaw in Sas- knfchewan. She says she has always made friends v.ilh people younger than herself and for ihis reason slill thinks young rii! I h.i.i lived so long. MBAMA I L1J1A, 1'cvu (Ilcutcr) The i ,..ui lea-wing military government last, four Tars a! of Peru announced Tuesday it is I think to my first establishing diplomatic relations love wnrkhg in the with Albania. Lima opened dip- ;.a vmina. lomatic ties Nov. 2 with China, i whose lead in foreign policy is ii (lie of usually closely followed by its in liny European ally. Albania. ON A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF As always we are passing the savings on to You, our customers. 12' X 60' 3 BEDROOM Fully Furnished REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE YOU SAVE REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE 12' X 56' DELUXE 2 BEDROOM Fully Furnished REGULAR PRICE SIOjlOO 5 SALE PRICE YOU SAVE ALL UNITS INCLUDE GAS FURNACES AND POWER CORDS. LOTS AND MOBILE HOMES AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY ALSO ON DISPLAY 1972 14' WIDES AT DISCOUNTED PRICES Drive 6 miles west on Highway No. 3. Phone 327-3744 U' X 66' 3 BEDROOM Fully Furnished 3 Door Model REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE 13 YOU SAVE 12' X 66' TED'S DELUXE 3 BEDROOM Carpet living room, mosfpr bedroom. Deluxe roncjo and fridge. Cut velvet living room furniture. YOU SAVE PLEASE READ! Purilv Blitliny (1957) Ltd., your bottler of Ihe fine pro- dt.'crs cf will be open all clay Saturday, Dec. IS for the convenienca of our eustomeis to accept our reiurnable boities and refund cash. Because fhe rcturnnb'o bottle is tlie most economical j way to purchase our products and because of the Christmas rush, are running short of our bottles. I To ensure that there be more than a sufficient supply of and Fanta to share with your friends and rolaiives over the Christmas season, we ask for ycur cc-cp3iation in returning cur returnable bottles. Remember, they are worth cash. 1421 -3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2501 Seasons Greetings! COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, Dec. 17 Mcrhcrs and Preschooler Tree Skoliio noon Public' Stalinc, p.m. Safurcav, Die. 15 Public Staling p.m. Public Sluling p.m. Suntlny, Dec. IP p.m. Public 5'Knlinn p.m. Family Skatina p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, Dec. 1 7 Free Public Skating p.m. Saturday, Drr. 18 Public Skating p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1 9 Beginners Skating 1 :00- p.m. Publir okaiinq p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturrlny. Doc. 13 public SkaliiT] p.m. Sunday, Dr.c. IP Iron Family ikalinq p.m. Monday, Due. 50 Ire.; Public Staling p.m. FU31IC SWIMMING SCHEDULE NOON HOUR f.wiinn.in-, Sllur'iay. DM. 18 PublV. Sundiv. Ore 19 Public Svvn.nim Inmily S-.vi.-nminn Monr.'ny, ?0 NOON HOUR .SV.'IM 12-00. 1-00 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. ITV H1GHUGHTSI THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "TIic Devil and Miss p.m., Ch. 7. This TV-rcovie stars Geno Barry as a cap- tured outlaw who counts on his strange power over women to help make his escape. flliniK DRAMA: Longstreet, p.m., Ch. 13. "The Okt Team Spirit" finds the blind investigator trying to help his former mentor who's bungling an armored-car investiga- tion. MUSICAL SPECIAL; Anne Murray, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Sing- ers John Davidson and Dianne Brooks are among Anne's special guests. COMEDY: The Derm Marlin Show, p.m., Ch. 15. Ginger Rogers, Arle Johnscn, Don Meredith and Norm Crosby join Dean as gcests on this comedy hour. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come llic 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. The Jesus People are examined in this documentary. Are they a passing fad or an indication of the religion of the future? DOCTOR DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "Dagger In The Mind" is about three Nobel Prize-winning biochemist, the young wife and a former woman student. MOVIE THRILLER: "Curse of the Swamp Creature." p.m., Ch. 7. A geologist seeking cil finds adventure in the form of a mad doctor who seeks to create a reptile-man. MOVIE DHAMA: ".let a.m.. Ch. 7. Tense melodrama about a maniac with a bomb ahoard a plane bound from London to New York. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The story about a shy young teacher determined to learn the art of lady-killing from his suave friend. MOVIE COMEDY: "Tile Five Day 1 p.m., Ch. IS. A frothy satire about a married woman who spends her weekday afternoons a gigolo. I nmbles tt'ret .lifted fcy 'ancl television stations. yorm'lloii in iprograrn tnedulet is'Juc to 'lost-minute tbfwsei by the stdlions qnd_ is nofitrio responsibility of the Jack I.C'.'.leid Cliccline -A- cjoc THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson World BT 6 STilDftY Rob Ingram Show Jim Eniot fi-3fl Requer.' Aclicn CBC John XValker Show News, vVHir, ?r-i Line PiiCr.e Dill Shaw Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Wthr, Srorl News and urain rt 5 Rcb CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. SpoM. 6HX) Don McMaster (Bob Den MscV.ajter a.m. Sign-Off TV CBR -A- Radio 1010 Calgary 10-Q] Prairie Chamber World fit Eight Music Eye Opener News World al 9 Winnipeg Orchestra This Country News, Wthr, Sports Radio Noon News, Wthr Sports El wood Glover Take II From Hert From the Capitals FRIDAY Max Ferguson Five Nights a Week Eye Opener World at Six HURSDAY NIGHT 3 Home Run 0 World at six 0 As i! Happens slcscope 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the latest electronic equipment you pet 20 vital services and Performance checks. Come in today! AH repairs fully guaranfeecT! PLUS PARTS CYLINDER LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabievision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences 7 6-00 Ski Repor! FRIDAY Movia: The Devil Farm and City and Miss Saran Today Anno Murray Sp. Romper Room WUivie: Hrc-SSup TBA Alberta Schools News Friendly Glanr lelt'probe 7 Our Town CFCN-TV Lelhbritlge Channel 13 (Cabievision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT David Frosl All About Fao Curse cf If-iS the; Helenp tlio Sv.omp Crraturc 11.00 Lc Street Movie: JGt Slcrm Town Movie: Knack and Hew to Get It Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Night Pnychiatriii (c) V-r? In Truth or Consequences (c) Buckshot Flintitorcs (c) (c) 6-30 News (c) l.cnqstrort (c) Dean AAarlin 'i Here Come IhQ liold OnfiS News tc> IJ-ws Directions (c) Day TFLIDAY Thought fci University of Air Yoga (c) House of (c) Uncle Boliby let 70s Program Hi Lights Fashions in Sewing Parlons Francais F.d Allen (c) In Conversalion Pierre Qcrtcn 55 Norlh Mapla Bewitched Beat the Clock (c) I :ui) M.ivie: F-ivc Lover Man Tran (c) Annlher World Anylhing You Cai Po (C) Dick van Dyke Buckshot (c) Ftintstoncs (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9} orld Turns As Noi The Doctors (c) Another World Bay City L'rJfje cf Night uo.i.er (3ylo (c) -..Ha.r fc) THURSDAY NIGHT News 5-30 News News Iroiuida (c) Mere's Ury Dean Miirlln Cfirol Burnelt Hews (c) Tcnir h! (i.in FRIDAY '.u .M (d Untlci sMtifllng Our SCii'trsrt J Lt.'.-i if i KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabievision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT NCWS Ntwiywcu Game News (c) Captain Kangaroo News 6-30 Brady Bunch lc) Dinah's Placo (c) Secret Storm Movie: Jack LflLanne One Lifo to Llva Arrlvedercl, Baby Audrey Our Lives Owrn Marshall Galloping Gourmet General iliispltal 10'M TV-S News 10 (10 Whfrfl tno Heflrt Is Thrro on a Malch News Dating Gamp Dick CSVCft 1C) liO.ircl) lor Thai Girl (r) Tomorrow -1 ".0 HowitcliMj (c) FRIDAY n.ooAi; My Cliildron I'nssword (c) Farm News Lets Make a Deal Ncwi ;