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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneldoy, December 29, 1971 THE LCfHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS 1 WKDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "A Itavisliing li p.m., I'll. 7. Brigitte Bardot and Anthony Perkins are learned in a ro- mantic farce about Soviet agents in London. SPORT: Pro Hockey, G p.m., Ch. 13. The California Golden Seals meet the Canadiens in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Profile of mountaineer Edward Feutz who came to Canada 65 years ago front Switzerland as an Alpine guide in the Rockies. DRAMA: Man At The Top, p.m., Ch. 7. This is the debut of the British series being carried by CBC-TV. It's the slory of a ruthless opportunist who finds it's a tougher fight to stay at the top in big business than the. fight io get there. MOVIE COMEDY: "And Suddenly It's 9 p.m. Ch. 13. A young couple upon opening a suitcase they found are horrified to discover it contains a corpse and not the valuable they expected. MUSIC SPECIAL: Orchestral Passage, p.m., Ch. 7 A ship voyage along the coast of British Columbia with the CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Robin and the Seven p.m., Ch. 7. A zany mixture of the Robin Hood fable and "Guys and Dolls" spoofing Chicago in the Twenties. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN': "The Man From Bitter 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A special investigator arrives in a western town to probe a series of holdups. MOVIE DRAMA: "Another Time, Anollier 1 p.m., Ch. 13: World War II London is Ihe setting for an en- counter between a war correspondent's widow and the man's mistress. T LI I nmDies Radio TV and television stations. Any variation in program shedule; is due to lost-minute changes by the stations is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles fire Supply. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Tola! Information Jolin Oliver WEDNESDAY f Beryl Clark Barry Hegland Jack Newfrjld THURSDAY Jim Shearer Checline Loo Dow Beryl ClarK CJOC News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain WEDNESDAY NiGHT THURSDAY 6-00 World at Six Jim Elllof Rob Ingram Show CBC News Reques! Action News, Wthr, Sport Thys 8-00 Jonn Walker Show Phone Bill Show a.m. Doug Wayne Barry KOD inS'am son Show Probe 1220 World ct SI: CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Consie) Don Hedmsr MOM. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concerts (Bob Don MacMaster Sign-Oft Rodio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY (4IGHT Alberta ConcerlS THURSDAY ,.m n) f iv ii-ni Nrws Opener 6.00 World at .MX ll.DONCttS World at R As I! Happens, Vancouver Chamber World el 9 Concern OrrlWNalional Arts Ttlis Country Between Ourselves Arts 12.M Rarfio Nom News, Sporls, Wthr Orcheslra Schools From the Capitals News, Sports, Wthr Max Ferguson Five Nights a weeK Jazz Track World si 6 Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL evtR mats? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR BRAKE RELINE 29 .95 GUARANTEE ?4 months or miles Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinderf brake hose, front bearings and seals Repack front wheel bearinev LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cahlevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Sesame Street Truth Consequences Teleprobe 7 Movie: A Ravishing Idiot This Land Man Hie Top Orchestral Passage Tommy Banks Show News (C) Movie: Robin and Miday the Seven Hoods Movie: THURSDAY Farm and City Today Romper Room Mr. Holiday Film Friendly Giant Choi Helene Man from Bilter Ridge Galloping Gourmel TflKe JO Edge of Night Psychiatrist Drop In Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV lethbndge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGnT Flintslones (c) News NHL California at Montreal Doctor in the Houi Movie: And Sud- rjonly Its Murder News (cj Pendulum David FrosT THURSDAY Thmiaht for 7..S Thought for University of Air HOUSP nf Frightenslem Program HilighK Fashion In Sewing Anything Parlons Francais You Can Do Yoga Dick Van Dykt in "Conversation -C30 Buckshol Ed Allen Flintstones (c) Pierre Rerton Bewitched Bca, Ihc Clock Movie: Another Time Another Place Man Trap Another World (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) News ft: 30 1 t ft C t 1 THURSDAY World Today in Montana Doctors Concentration Another World Sale ot Ihe Cenlury Edge of Nigh! Hollywood Gomer Pyle Jeopardy Merv Grilfin Who, What, Where My Three Gamefcl Family Affair News NBC Nightly New Somnrscl ofllulo AqricuHuro 11 :30 As the World Turnr, News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT Mewlywod Garni Captain Kangaroo News Dinah's Plflcn Scc'ct Storm Jack LnLanno :00 Audrey (c) WEDNESDAY News Room Bewitched Fddio's Father Smith Family Shirley's World Mnn find tlio City Newi Hews Ona Lilo Our Lives (c) vMDI.fflvM. THURSDAY Form (t) Where the Heart Is 3.iin Gama That "Girl Rcwitchrd itunorrow i.OO Password All My Children News Lets Makt A Deal Still twites music Economist Top world cellist marks 95th birthday elected SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico I "You have to start with chil- dren when they can understand the meaning of the word. You have to teach the child at aboul the age of nine, the miracle, the marvel he himself is. (Reuter) Still pursuing his one-man crusade for peace, still writing music, tile man gener- ally recognized as the world's greatest living cellist, Pablo Ca- Is, celebrates his 95th birth- day Wednesday. Fiery as ever, Casals has lost none of his love for humanity nor any of his hate for war and killing. I Me once wrote: "I am a man I first, an artist second." As if to prove the dictum still stood for him after nearly a century, Pablo Casals said dur- ing an interview: "Savages we are all sav- ages. Tile savages are less sav- age than we are." He had just been looking at a newspaper that prominently dis- played a photograph of Bengali separatist guerrillas torturing victims during a flush of victory in their newly proclaimed state of Bangla Desh. "To obtain peace at the rate we are going will take another 300 years, but we must start to work he added. T h e Spanish-born maestro, who went into self-imposed exile after Gen. Francisco Franco won the Spanish civil war in 1339, outlined his "theory of peace." Tat he has these taught him responsibility and things (pointing to his own spar-; "if each individual feels this kling blue eyes) to see way about peace, then society to hear to Hunk. All this is will be ready to work for a a miracle" If the child realized this, It maestro Casals at the moment is com- pleting a sonata for violin. His next scheduled concert- he still plays with enthusiasm- will be during San Juan's an- nual Casals Festival in the spring. Grey whales start migration journey peaceful explained. Looking out from the porch of his suburban home, nestling in a hillside overlooking San Juan, he decried (he fact that nations institutionalized and celebrated killing. "We still cannot have the ho- rizon of a belter world. Teach-1 'II' ers and parents teach only ma-! III terialistic things to children. This is ignorance, stupidity. We are barbarians." LOS ANGELES (AP) Arch- ing through the seas, the Cali- fornia grey whales have begun their long, hungry winter mi- gration from the Arctic to the warm lagoons of Baja Califor- scientists say this may be the first year in a long time that the journey ends happily. A few males were sighted this week along the California coast, and experts say they are the vanguard of a herd that could exceed Grey whales grow to 55 feet and weigh 40 tons or more. The principal destination of the greys is Baja's Scammon's Lagoon, where the females will rear their calves born during ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS 2 Turkey Bingos every Thursday until New Yean NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED) PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, DEC. 30 HIGHWAY SOUTH 4 THE CLUBROOMS WILL CLOSE 6 P.M. NEW YEARS EVE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30TH FEATURING "THE LINEMEN" SATURDAY, JANUARY 1ST FEATURING "THE NIGHTRIDERS" DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th Street South Fully Licensed SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE HORSEMEN" In color. Starring Omar Sharif, Leigh Taylor-Young and Jack Palance. Wednesday, December 29. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" In Technicolor. Starring Elvis Presley. Wednesday, December 24. Show al p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "THE ARISTOCATS" In Technicolor. A wonderful new cartoon feature. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. December 30, 31 and January 1. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre Walt Disney "IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolor.. Starring Maurice Chevalier, Hayloy Mills and George Sanders. Wednesday, December 29. Show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "HOTEL" In Technicolor. Starring Rod Taylor, Cathar- ine Spaak and Karl Maiden. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, December 29, 30 and 31. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. the 3.000-mile migration from the Being Straight off northern Alaska. In yeas pa-st, hunters would ravage the herd. But this year the Mexican government has declared the lagoon a sanc- tuary. PROTECTED IX LAGOON "This said Dr. Carl Huhbs, professor emeritus at Seripps Institution of Oceanog- raphy at La Jolla, "that all wildlife around the lagoon, in- 150 spec whales, wilI be pro- tected from poachers, hunters Pope Paul appeals to India VATICAN CITY (Reuter) Pope Paul lias formally ap- pealed to the Indian government to safeguard the lives and rights of the people in East Pakistan and ]iist plain vandalism. to repression and other acts contrary to humani- .arian principles, the Vatican said today. Pope Paul made the appeal in a letter written by his sccretaiy of stale, Jean Cardinal Villot of 'ranee to the papal nuncio in New Delhi, Msgd. John Gordon. The letter instructed the nun The whales have been pro- tected by U.S. law since 1937 after whale hunting cut the herd to about The whales begin migrating in December after spending from June to October in the Bering Strait gorging themselves on plankton, shrimp, crabs and small fish. Tiie journey to Baja can take as long as seven months, and scientists say the whales do not feed until they reach the lagoons where they can shelter and rear their young. The whales usually give birth near the end of the migration. They mated off Ihe coast of Washington during the summer on the return from Baja, scien- tists say. Sanyo plans TV venture in Canada TOKYO (Router) Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd, announced Tuesday a plan to establish a 50-50 joint venture is Canada next month with local interests for assembly of color and black-while television sets, stereophonic systems and other electric appliances for domestic sales in Canada. The new firm, Sanyo Canada Ltd., capitalized at to be equally shared by Magna- sonic Canada Ltd., a Canadian trading firm, would be Sanyo's 13th overseas subsidiaiy to make its products. S'anyo said it was expecting the new joint firm to sell about million worth of the prod- ucts in Canada next year. KECENT TYPE Pointing dogs are of compara- tively recent origin, their devel- opment paralleling the develop- ment of sporting firearms. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Lady and the Tramp" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CfNEMA Short Subjects "Kotch" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Sometimes a Great Notion" Last Complete Show bird count VANCOUVER (CPi A pip- my owl, snowy owls, a goshawk and a woodpecker were among the 137 species i here bv 140 members (if the Vancouver Natural Hisloiy so- cicty during their annual bird count. I Other unusual species spotted included European widgeons, Button's vireos and a glaucous gull. :n addition to the large num- jers of water birds and oilier." commonly seen in Slsnley Park, redpolls were spotted. The count took place wilhin a 15 mile radius of the city. Bill Anderson was awarded [he society's bird of the year plaque for spotting the f i s I black-necked stilt found in Brii- ish Columbia. premier BELGRADE (He liter) The parliament of Croatia, one of Yugoslavia's six republics which has been the scene of a major political rrisiy, elected Jvo Perisin luday as premier, (lie Yugoslav news agency Tan- jug reported from Zagreb. lie replaces Dragnlin llaram- ija, who quit lavl week in a wave of forced resignations by party lead- ers following President Tito's accusations that they had al- lowed nationalism and separa- tism (o spread in Croatia. Perisin. is an economist and was governor of the Yugo- slav national bank. cio to make an official approach o the Indian governmenl so :hat "in East Pakistan the au- .horities and combatants on all sides and preserve the life rights of the population arid avoid repression and other acts contrary to humanitarian prin- ciples which would also preju- dice the re-establishment of aeace and a return to normal- ity." The Pope's letter was dated Dec. 17, the day the ceasefire in West Pakistan came into effect, and the day after the surrender in East Pakistan, the chief Vati- can spokesman, Prof. Frederico Alessandrini, said. Film banned BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Lebanese censors banned the Costa Gavras film The Confes- sion after a protest against its showing by Soviet Ambassador Sarvar Azimov, local newspaper said today. The film tells of Ihe 1952 purge trial in Czechoslovakia and the part Soviet agents played in forcing false confes- sions from Rodolf S1 a n s k y. Vlado dementis and the other defendants. Security police confiscated the film an hour before its fil'S't showing Monday. Dcgs save boy OSS1A.N, (Kcuier) Two stray dogs saved the life of a farm boy bv leaping on n bull as it attacked the youth. Thomas Holtaus. 111. diargud by Ihe hull here as he drove cows into a ham on his father's farm. The bull butted him in the chest i and knocked him The I dogs' sudden attack on the bull distracted it long enough for the Youth's brothers to dreg him to safetv. Sex movie hil at box office TORONTO ICPI I'liutiation. a Montreal-pro- duced sex movie greeted unenthusiastically by many reviewers, has set a singie- day box office record for a downtown Toronto theatre. The film, which drew large crouds when it played earlier in Quebec, grossed for the theatre Sun- dav. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 WATCH FOR Starting Fri. at COllEGE CINEMA 3288300 MATINEES ONLY CLUB 87 New Year's Eve Frolic CIVIC CENTRE 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Smorgasbord Supper Sinclair Orchestra TICKETS f PER PERSON Tickets are available from any Club 67 member or phone MRS. MORIYAMA al 328-1367 after 5 p.m. ADVANCE TICKETS ONIY Avoid disappointment get your ticket now f' May We Suggest That You 1 RESERVE YOUR TABLE I for Dinner at the MARQUIS HOTEL New Years' Day SPECIAL FAMILY RATES I I THE GRILL ROOM FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE PHONE 327-3191 HOLIDAY FUN FOR EVERYONE ENJOY A NIGHT OUT AT THE MOVIES! Today and Thurs. IT'S DOG-GONE GOOD! (FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT) ITS THC HAPPUST CANINE CARTOON Of All! TICHNICOtOR' CINfMASCOPE I MATINEE DAILY p.m. EVENINGS and p.m. CINEMA 4ih-AVE ft Sth'.ST TONITE thru SAT. at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT smj WALTER MATTHAU "KOtCH" Walter Matthau in a role only he could make so excitingly different.. .you'll start talking about it from the opening scene. directs. Ho takes his for lliefirsttimctoaddancw, I fresh dimenston to his brilliant Co'or EVENING p.m. TONIGHT thru SAT. At nnd 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! RICH3RO UPM jaCKSOD CUFF POTTS ;