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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Detembsr 27, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; MONDAY INTERVIEW: Dick Cavetl, p.m., Cli. 7. Woody Allan is Dick's special guest. DOCUMENTARY: World Around Us, 7 p.m., Cli. 13. A look at the Cypress Hills located in southeastern corner of Alberta. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Centre, p.m., t'h. 13. The first of a two-part suspense story in which Gannon be- comes involved with an ailing tycoon. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Cli. 7. Cannon tracks a man who's trying to vanish with the aid of a perfect plan devised by Cannon himself! RELIGIOUS: Man Alive, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A pilgrimage to the Roman Catholic shrine at Lourdes in France with a group of retarded adults. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 111 p.m., Cli. 13. Suzanne Pleshetuj's a mystery woman with a deadly assignment setting up Ironside for murder. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The Maharaja of Sikkim and his wife (former Hope Cook of New York City) also Vincent Price and George Hamilton. TUESDAY .MOVIE MUSICAL: "Ski 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A teen- age romp in the snow featuring the music of James Brown and the Famous Flames. MOVIE WESTERN: "Rcqilim Kor a 1 p.m., Ch, 13. A gunfighter assumes the identity of a judge who was ambushed on his way to investigate a murder. Trimbles !X are' lilted by the radio and television in prograrn sheduler is due to l Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Beryl Clark Jim Shearer Barry Hegland CHEC-Llne Jack Newfetd Leo Dow cjoc -A MONDAY NIGHT Show World at TUESDAY Request Action CBC News Rob Inoram Jim Elliott Jotin Walker Phone Bill Shew Doug Anderson Wayne Barry Total Informal John Oliver Beryl Clp'1- Jack Thys Parly Line Rob Ingram World at Six if CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour MCN. THRU SAT. Don MacMastsr Concert (Bob Consio) Don MscMaster Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Sounds L'lki World ol Six News As It Happens Ideas Network Bringing Back Ihe News Fulure Off Ihe Record News, Wfhr, Sport TiiKsnAV r-rom Tho Capitals TUESDAY Five Nights A Eye Opener World at Eight -ope Comnienlary World at Nina This Country Radio Noon Holiday Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at six Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM ALIGNMENT Our alignment specialists will do alt thia work inspect front-cjid, shock abnorbora ami .steering vhwl ns- _ ulipn front-end; correct cambrr, easier and loo-in. LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabievision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequence Teleprobe 7 Prmmicfln Cluh Dick (c) Gelling Toqother Partridge Family Cannon Front p.igp Holiday Film Challenge (c) Friendly Giant Man Alive (c) Chez Helens News Sesame Street Teleprobe 7 AAiday Our Town The Avengers Movie: 12M5 Stampede Wrestling Ski Party TUESDAY Farm and City Today Romper Room AAr. Drcsu Klara's Korner Take 30 Edge of Night Psychiatrist Drop In Truth or Consequences CPCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cabievision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek A Hearth for n Man (PI. 2) 0 Ho (c) World Arotmrf Us Medical Centre Nichols Piq and Whistle ironside News News Pendulum David Frost TUE5DAY Thought for nay News University of Ail Yoga (c) House of Frightenstein (c) Uncle Bobby (c) Hi Lights (c) Fashions Cartoon Theatre Ed Allen C) m Conversation All About Faces Pierre Berton 55 North Mapie Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: Requiem for A Gunfighlcr Man Trap (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (C) Dick Van Dykt Buckshot Flintstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabievision Ch. 9} MONDAY NIGHT News (i I ih-ln TUESDAY Somerscl A: 15 Our World World Turns iV45 Salute Agriculture News Today Show (c) Doctors Today in Montana Worlrt y d Conr.onlration (c) Erfgc of Night Sale of Century Gomcr Pylo (cl ir from Squares (c) Morv Gritfin Show nn jRopnrdy (c) My Thrcn Sons frcwrl (Part J) Who, What, Family Affair Nfiws (c Game News Toni'iht Show News News (c) KFBB-7V Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabievision Ch. 11) News Newlywcd Gams 7-00 Cnptrtln Kflnanroo 12-30 News All in the r-dnillv DlnnlVS PIOCO (c.) NCAA-Tho North- Jock LnLnntlu (c) Storm (c) South Foot twill Audrey (c) One Llfo fo Live G.iino (t> G.illopinn Gmirmftt Our Lives k) Whore thft Mc.irt Is Gnnemi Mospiifll sicjht NPV.'-V (c) on n Mtitctt iii' U) 10-30 S Dating Game Tomorrow "Girl All My Children 10 Bewitched Battle is being waged Driver filied in collapse of bridf over broadcast bands LACOMBE (CP) Gordon McLellan, 36, of Siettlcr was fined and costs here after lie pleaded guilty in provincial court to driving an overloaded veliide on county roads. OTJ'AWA (CP) Land-mo- bile radio users, such as taxi companies, arc locked in a quiet struggle with broadcasters over use of frequencies. The contest over the ullra- iiigh frequency portion of the broadcast spectrum has interna- tional overtones as the U.S. wants Canada to follow the U.S. example in splitting the U11F band between television and land-ir.obile radio. Users of land-mobile radio- taxis, ambulances, police cars argued successfully in the U.S. that they should be al- lowed to use a portion of the UHF band for their rapidly growing needs. Land-mobile radio has been allowed to share the lower por- tion of the ITHF band with tele- vision stations in the U.S. Some Canadian broadcasters oppose a similar deal in Canada because of what they see as a coming shortage of television frequen- cies. Most Canadian television .sta- tic n s use the very-high-fre- quency band but two UHF tele- vision stations have been li- 19 and 79 in Toronto. The UHF band is just above the VHF portion of the broadcast spectrum. WON'T DECIDE YET Canada has discussed the UHF problem with the U.S. but says it wants to examine the Canadian situation before look- ing at a new international agreement on use of the broad- cast spectrum. The Canadian study lias been assigned to the Canadian Radio Technical Planning Board, a body set up by manufacturers anti users of technical radio equipment. The board has invited the communications department, the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, broadcasters and land-mobile radio users to assist hi the study, now weil under way. The U.S. would like Canada to enter a new agreement con- forming to the American prac- tice permitting land radio to share channels 14 to 20. The CRTC has taken no public position in the UHF debate but it has not hesitated to allocate UHF channels to television sta- tions. In the most recent case, chan- nel 79 was granted to a Toronto group. Srulii Switzcr, engineer- ing consultant to the group, said in a telephone interview from Toronto that the UHF band can be quickly used up by televi- sion. USES WILL HE MANY "I feel very strongly that we will find a multiplicity of uses for the UHF television probably for local community broadcast services and low- power rebroadcasting stations for educational he said. Mr. Switzer said that educa- tional TV stations will spring up all over Canada and many will use UHF frequencies. The needs ot land-mobile radio users arc not as pressing in Canada a.s they are in the U.S'., he said. Land-mobile operators could manage better if they used their frequencies more efficiently. But the sheer size and power of tbe U.S. carries considerable weight with Canadian authori- ties. "Our relationship with tbe U.S. causes us to move in their direction because most of our land-mobile radio designs are generated in the said a communications department spokesman. Attendance booms at Disney show ORLANDO, Fla. fAP) Disney World is drawing tour- ists beyond its highest expec- tations and already may have caused a strong switch in the tide of 23 million visitors who Fiscal deadline extended OTTAWA (CP) Corpora- tions and individuals with fiscal periods that do not correspond to the calendar year may apply up to Feb. to have their fiscal periods end this year for tax purposes, Revenue Minister Herb Gray said here. He had previously set the deadline for applications at Dec. 31. 1971. Fiscal years ending in 1972 would be cut short for lax purposes, ending last Nov. 30 or any date this month, he said. New tax laws come into effect Jan. 1, 1972. Mr. Gray said a corporation or an individual with a fiscal year split between 1971 and 1972 "may have entered into certain transactions at a time when he thought the old rules would have been applicable but now finds that those transactions will be subject to the new rules." He said the deadline extension would give taxpayers more time to decide whether to close off fiscal periods that would other- wise run into 1972. Mr. Gray added that the op- portunity is not available to per- sons with fiscal periods ending Dec. 31. fSCMJIHERN ALBERTA r THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre FREE SHOWS TONIGHT at and p.m. Compli- ments of Lowell and Lorraine. "RETURN" OF THE SEVEN" Jn color. Starring Yul Brynner. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" In Technicolor. Starring Elvis 1'rcslcy. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec- ember 27, 28 and 29. Monday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's "IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolor. Starring Maurice Chevalier, Ilayley Mills and George Sanders. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 27, 28 and 20, show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "FLIGHT Op THE DOVES" In color. Sim-ring Ron Moody and Jack Wild. Monday and Tuesday, December 27 and 28. Monday shows at and p.m. Family. come to Florida each year. Since Nov. 14, hotels and motels in Orlando, nearest metropolitan area to the million Disney fantasyland, have been booked solid. Tour- ists are being diverted to Day- tona Beach, Cocoa Beach, Ocala and Tampa, all about an hour's drive. "If you're looking for a room on the grounds during the Christmas period, forget said a Disney World spokesman. As attendance booms, the stock of Walt Disney Produc- tions has soared on the New York exchange. Shortly after the Disney World opening in October, low point of the tourist season, a New York analyst figured the attraction couldn't possibly reach its goal ol 10 million visitors its first year. On the strength of the re- port, Disney stock took a dive. But Nov. 20, a crowi of created the worst traffic jam in central Florida history, and the stock rose nearly nine points in the holiday week to 107.75. It closed Wednesday at 132.75. "What the analyst didn't take into consideration was that we deliberately opened in the slowest time of the year so we could train all our new said a Disney spokesman. Disney World now has employees. A spokesman said would be needed by the end of January. tiny IBZENITH hearing aid fits in Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of 18 quality Zenith hearing a One of them might be just x. right lor you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. (D Zenith hearings lids are priced from Mail ot m Ihrs coupon Inr lipe cony o! ZemtiTi "Sour.d Hearts" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC I Paramount Theatre Bldg. 1 _______LETHBRIDGE_______ I NAMEI I ._________________________ I No date set for elections TAIPEI (API Nationalist C h i n a 's ruling Kuomintang party has decided to hold the first national elections since 1947, but details will not be de- cided until after President Nixon of the United States visits China in February, party offi- cials reported today. The decision is a concession lo intellectual and press circles which have been calling for po- litical reforms since Nationalist China was expelled from the j United Nations Oct. 25. For 21 years President Chiang Kai-shek refused to hold na- tional elections until his regime returned to the mainland and all Chinese could participate. McLcllan was summoned to appear on the Lacombe county bylaw infraction after the col- lapse Dec. 14 of the Forsliee Bridge over the Blindman River 3D miles northwest of lied Deer. Police said a (ruck driven by McLellan just made it across (lie 150-foot span before the bridge buckled. They said the truck and its trailer carry i ing a large bulldozer bad a i combined weight of pounds. I The county enforces a pound maximum weight limit on its roads. Police said it also was pos- sible the machine's blade hook- ed a girder r.t the bridge deck level and this contributed to the collapse. Replacement costs for the span, which serves several ru- ral roads west of Highway 12, lias been estimated at DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dentol Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Today's .Showtime! PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Lady and the Tramp1' ast Complete Show PARAMOUNT CTNEMA Short Subjects "KotclT Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Sometimes a Great Notion" Last Complete Show What are you waiting for? You con join Weight Watchers fliis and be on your way to a slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lltli STREET and 4th AVENUE SOUTH Some talking, some listening, and a program thai works." f- May We Suggest That You RVE YOUR TABLE for Dinner at the MARQUIS HOTEL for Christmas Day and New Years' Day SPECIAL FAMILY RATES PHONE 327-3191 Make Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty Food, and prompt friendly service. Our Businessmen's Luncheon HOLIDAY FUN FOR EVERYONE ENJOY A NIGHT OUT AT THE MOVIES! TODAY thru WED. IT'S DOG-GONE GOOD! (FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT) MATINEE DAILY p.m. EVENINGS and p.m. NOW SHOWING ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ABC Pfclim Cerp. preiwij WALTER MATTHAU "KOTCH" Walter Matthau in a role only he could make so'llstart talking about it from the opening scene. Jock Lommon directs, Ho lakps h lalent "behind" thccamcra lot Ifc thclirst time lo add a new, fresh dimension to his brilliant career. MATINEE DAILY p.m. EVENING p.m. NOW SHOWING At and p.m. ADULT: Language Used May Be Offensive "NEVER GIVE A INCH" was the motto of the Stampers of Oregon...and live it they did! RICH3RD jaECXEt- UHD3 J3CKSOI1 CUFF POTTS NEXT MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT P.M. ;