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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY MOVIE WESTEItN: "Taza" Sonar MO p.m.. Cli. 7. The peace loving eldest son of a great Apache chief clashes with his younger brother. C'OMKHY: Me the Chimp, 7 p.m., Cli. 13. "Romeo., and Juliel" starting L'utlons and a chimp named Mildred as the star-crossed lovers. D1JAS1A: Longstrccl, p.m., Cli. ]3. A mys- tery at sea begins with a distress call signalling a boat owner's disappearance along with more than ot his firm's money. CHIME DIIAMA: O'Hara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Ail elaborate scheme for income tax evasion involving an art forger. BIUSIC Hurt Bacharach, p.m., Cli. 13... An hour of his award winning music with guests Dusty Springfield, Juliet Prmvse and Mireille Mathicu. A repeat show. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Lieutenant Wore 9 p.m., Cli. 7. The talc of a wife who enlist? in the WAFs because she believes her TV-wrilcr Iiuslrand is being re- called to active duty. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. The modern preoccupation of staying young is exam- ined with a visit to a youth spa. DOCTOR UHAMA: The Bold Ones, 10 p.m.. Ch. 13. A., story of a gruff nurse why doesn't want her unborn baby and her 10-year-old daughter who does. SPORT: Winter Olympics, p.m., Ch. 7. Hockey is on tap for tonight's Olympic coverage. FRIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Park 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man seis cut to break tip a smuggling ring. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings by radio and television iWllem. Any VOFtalldnVln. program ithaduli if due to minute (JKHiflei by Italians and It rot the rtlpon- Herald or Anglo Dlitributan Stereo and Photograprile Cen-tre. it CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGiJl with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Clark Barry Upland Jack FRIDAY 6100 Jim Shearer Sports Checlirm Leo Dow Hour of Informatics John Oliver Beryl Clark CJOC THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anders 6-OQ World et 6 Show O.UU ..ona ci o FRIDAY Rob Ingram Show Jim Requesl Acticn CBC New, John V.'alker Shaw Nr-ws, rtffhr. Sport Wayne Barry Probe News, Sport hOO News and Ursin Nr-ws, rtffhr. Sport Phone Bill Show Rob Inara CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON THRU SAT Sports Den MacWaster MM t Concert! (Bob Don Hedman Don AAcMaster Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calga.y THURS Wo As Ne Fro Fiv IDAY NIGHT Prairio Chamber World at Eight e Run Music Eye Opener d at 'jn ,'Jeivs 9-CO World nt 9 it Happens Winnipeg Orchestra Country iicscono News, Wthr, Sports Radio Noon ws, sports Glover Take it From Hei i the CapiTals FRIDAY Max Tcrguson Nights a Week Eye Opener World a! Six DON'T MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS ana Pkotoglapliic Center 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 3rd ANNUAL GIANY WINTER "Sound Spectacular" Thurs. end Fri., YATES MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from Actor, wife 'part company if J SANTO DOMINCO (Renter) Aelor Guorgi; C. Scull and his Montreal-burn aclres Col- leen Dcivhursl, were ilimnvil today in this Dominican Hepub- lic oily. Miss Dewiiiirst, 47, in court when Hie divorce was granted. winner of an Oscar laf-'t year be.st actnr for his appearance in the movie lie rof'llsed lo repre.sented by a lawver. Bay chain WINNIPEG fCP) The Hudson's Bay Co. has announc- ed it has acquired shares or per cent of A. J. Frciman Lid., the Otlawa re- tail store chain. The first time Scott, 4-1, and Colleen were divorced was in Juarex., Mexico, in July, They rejnarried in July, Court was told Miss DewhursL will receive a separation allow- f, ancc and that Scott will pay ali- many of a month in addi- tion lo a straight yearly pay- ment of The couple have Uvo children by their marriaffe, Alexander and Carr.pbcll, who together receive a total o' a year. Another clause in the divorce soltlement says thai if Scott earns more than in a year, Miss new-hurst will re- ceive an additional (hat year. Their home in South f.'alcm, N.Y., valued at was given to Miss Dewhurst. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, FEB. 3-AAETROS FRIDAY, FEB. 4-VAGABONDS SATURDAY, FEB. 5-4 HITS AND A MISS THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY From p.m. to 12 Midnight DIE SULLIVAN" DALLAS TAVERN CARDSTOM Mayfair Theafre "DON'T LOOK NOW WE'RE BEING SHOT In color. Sinn-ing Terry-Thomas. Thursday, Friday and Satin-day. February 3, 4 and 5. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In Technicolor. StarrinR Hoffman and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Friday and Saturday, February 4 and 5. Friday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "MY FAIR LADY'' In color. Sinn-ing Hex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn. Thursday and Friday, February 8 and 4. Thursday one show each night at p.m. Family. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Km SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, February NOON HOUR SWIM 1-00 p m p.m. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} THURSDAY NIGHT Te'er liLfh r Winfc CMTfjur-nrrs fc3 Movit Trlrprri'i1 1 Ski FRIDAY TRA Far-n and City AV.vir-: (c) Tcrlny :0n Romonr Rnnm .-.Q Mr. Drc-r.sup NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Lie i (c.) ml 7 n.CO Street Olympics (c) Town Mars Needs Wovie: Park 605 Gnilcpir.g Gourmet T.Tf.p 30 Edge oi Niynt Court Drop In Irulh or -qupnc ticv.r, _ _ CFCN-TV Lcthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Dsv'.fi Frr.lt (c) r Day tit Air tPin (cl Boat the Clock Movie- Charley's Aunt Whnt's the Good Wr.rd (c) Pinions in Saving 3-H1 Air.tl-cr Wfirid P.irlcns Prancsts Anything You C.in Dn ln f-m Dick Van Dyke 11 fit Al) About Faces Buckihot (c) Directions (f.) Alien ninfsfnncs (c) KRTV Gront Jcills Channel 3 [Cablevision Ch. 9) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch 11) THURSDAY NIGHT Ncwiyw News (c) Socrol .Storm Lifo to iv Live Cr.Vrtt FRIDAY rami Hcwi Mako a Deal Newt NOTE: Thero will be no public swimming on Sunday, Febru- ary 6, 1972 due ia a previous booking commitment. SKATING ADAMS ICE CENTRE ay, Public 5koting FfLiruary 5 Public Si-crliiig Public Skating Sunday, Tcbruary Skating Pujlir Skating family Skating HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, February Public SI.tiling Monday, I rbrunry 7-- Public Skewing...... p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. CIVIC iCE CENTRE p.m. 5.30 p.m. -1 00- p.m. p.m. NOTE: 7hftn> will ho no Public Skntinri at the HENDERSON PARK ICF CENTRE on Friday evanintj, February 4. 1972 from p.m.; nor al the CIVIC ICE CENTRE Saturday cvcninn, February 5, 1972 from p.m., ttr.fl Sunday, Frlirunry 6 from p.m., duo lo previous booking commitments. Apartment vacancies up slightly OTTAWA (CP) Apartment i vacancies across the country were up marginally to 3.7 per cent in December i'rom 3.G per cent a year earlier. A monthly survey of vacancy rates released today by Central Mortgage ond Housing Corp. shows most significant changes in Edmonton, up to 5.1 per cent from 1.0; Quebec City, up to 4.3 from and Montreal, down to 4.4 per cent from 6.2. Rates in the remaining 12 metropolitan centres surveyed: Calgary 6.5; Halifax 3.5; Hamil- toi 1.9; London 2.3; Ottawa-Hull 1.7; Toronto 3.2; Vancouver 2.0; Windsor 1.7; Winnipeg 5.5. Winnipeg ballot members robbed BRISBANE, Australia (Reu- fer) and wife mem- bers of the visiting Royal Win- nipeg Ballet have been robbed of jewelry and other property worth Brisbane police said bore the thief apparently used a key to enter the couple's room at the city's Lcnnons Hotel Tuesday fternoon. of the theft are ballet master Eugene Slavin, and his wife, Alexandra Hadal, who are both dancing in a production this week at Her Majesty's Thcalro. Police said the Ihief stole jewelry, S20 in cash, three bank bocks and a camera. LUCE PLANS LEAVE NEW YORK (AP) Henry Luce III. publisher of Time, Inc.. has drddcd io take a sab- batical leave after 21 years with Die company. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Straw Last Complete 'AilAMOL'XT Ci'XEMA "Brother John'' "Elliot Boy'1 Last Complete coi.LEGr: rr.VEMA "Say Hello To Yesterday" Last Complete Make Up A Party And Come To The "EL RANCHO" Now Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Friday and Saturday Thursday N'ghi Only All Ladies Admitied mm Ploying in The CABARET Thurs. -Fri. -Sat. "GENE REG DIOUHY" Entertaining In The LOUNGE Anri In The OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurs. -Friday-Sat. "Country Comfort" Thursday, February 3, 1972 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD _ J Conservationists may hinder Arctic OTTAWA (CP) D. G. Wai- don, president of Interprovincial Pipe Line Co., said today that Arctic oil and gas will not be developed if loo many demands are made by conservationists. Speaking at the opening of a northern pipeline research con- ference, Mr.-Waldon said high costs of developing Arctic min- erais already are forecast by research. "As much as the oil and gas in the Arctic are needed, and contrary to what a surprising number of people think, it will not be produced if the cost is too high or too many demands are made of the pipelines by those interested only in the en- vironment." Alternate sources would be used and he suggested these could include the Alberta oil sands and the Colorado oil I shales. I Mr. Waldon said the Arctic environment and wildlife must be protected "but man and his needs must also be considered j one of man's greatest needs is reasonably-priced en-1 ergy." j The pipeline industry shared j the concern of others about the environment. A pipeline in the Arctic "would change the land- scape somewhat but I am confident that the scars can be healed." No company is going to construct a pipeline Umngh or over permafrost in such a way to disturb i'. unduly. if Ihty do, will Jose their pipeline- and therefore ihoir money.'' Mr. Waldcn said he is con- vinced inor3 good than hnd resuic firm development ri' Arctic oil gas. But costs would be a [actor If deveb.rnc-nt didn't go ahead "a lot of jobs and devel- opment v.'onld b'j lost and teal wouH be a he said. Ex-drummer dies ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Kenneth C. (Kenny) Unwin, a former drummer for such big- name band leaders as Benny Goodman, Les Brow n, and Vaughn Monroe, died Tuesday. He was 56. He had his own or- chestra, playing locally, from the early 1950s until last year. _ _ 2 yP KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. 3ox Office openi p.m. ON THE SCREEN "TARZAN'S FIGHT FOR LIFE IN COLOR with GORDON SCOTT HIT NO. 2 "RHINO" IN COLOR ROBERT GULP ALL SEATS YOUR rHsUPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C Q RADIO AND TV