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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY HIOV1R WRSTKItN; "Taza" Sonof ]i.in.. CIi. 7. The pjacc loving eldest son of a great Apaciic cliicf clashes wilh his younger brother. COMHDY: Me Ihc Cliimp, 7 ]i.m., CIi. 13. "Romeo., and Juliet" blurring Uultons and a chimp named Mildred as the .Mar-crossed lovers. CHI.MI-: DHAM.V Lonf'slmM, p.m., C'li. l.'l. A mys- tery at sea hegius with a. distress call signalling a boat owner's disappearance along wilh more than of his firm's money. t'llIME DHAMA: 0'IIara, Treasury AKcnl, 8 p.m., CIi. 7. An elaborate scheme for income tax evasion involving an art forger. MUSIC SPECIAL: Unrl Bacliarach, p.m., CIi. 13... An hour o[ his award winning music with guests Dusty Springfield, Juliet Prowse and Mircille Matliicu. A repeal show. MOVIE COiWICDY: Lieutenant Wore 0 p.m., CIi. 7. The talc of a wife who enlists in the WAFs hocau.se she Iieiieves her TV-writer husband is being re- called lo active duly. UMKNT.M'iV: Mere Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. The modern preoccupation of staying young is exam- ined with a visit to a youth spa. DOCTOR IJHAMA; The Bold Ones, 10 p.m., 13. A., .story a gruff nurse ivto doesn't want her unborn baby and her 10-year-old daughter who does. SPOUT: Winter Olympics, p.m., Ch. 7. Hockey is on tap for lonight's Olympic coverage. TIIIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Park 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man sets cut to break up a smuggling ring. Ac lor, wife part company SANTO DOMINCO (Itailcr) Ador Crajrfiij C. .Scoll and his Montreal-barn wife, jidres Col- leen Dcwhur.sl, uTre divcn'Cfd loilay in Ihis Dominican Kuinib- lic cily. Miss Dcwlmrsl, n, was in court Hi? divorce wits rranieif. v.'imin- of an Oscar la.1-! your hesl adnr for his apppanincr in movie lie reined lo by a lawyer. Bay hiiys cliain WINNIPEG fCP) The Hudson's Co. has announc- ed it has acquired shares or per cent of A. J. I'reiman f.ld., the re- lail store ch.'iin. The first time Scoll, 4-1, and Colleen were divorced was in Juarez, Mexico, in July, IMS. They remarried in July, Court, was told Miss Dewhurst will receive a separation allow- ance and that Scott will pay ali- mony of S-l.lfii! a month in addi- tion (o a straight yearly pay- ment of The couple have two children by their marriage, Alexander and Cair.pbcll. who will together receive a total of 53.0M a year. Another clause in the divorce settlement snvs that if Scott earns more, than in a yeaj-, Miss Dewhurst. will re- ceive an additional Iliat year. Their home in South .'.Vilcm, N.Y, valued at was [iivcn to Dowhursf. ANGLO'S Radio 4 TV Listings by radio and Klniilon iMtlom. Any Vdilplliinyin; program icheduli Ii dug lo tort- Irilqutt (timiS'l rtailenj and It rot Ihe rtipon- Herald or Angle. Sl.reo and WioHSflraphle Centre. CHEC if oger Chsnnon willi Contemporary Spoils Morlcy HIcGill with Contemporary News 125T 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 76 YEARS AIIOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, FEB. 3-AAETROS FRIDAY, FEB. 4-VAGABQNDS SATURDAY, FEB. 5-4 HITS AND A MISS THURSDAY MIGHT Cl-irr; Berry Upland Jack FRIDAY 6-no Jim Shearer S-.AS Checlins Leo Dow Hour cl John Oliver 3.00 Beryl Clark CJOC THURSDAY NIGHT 12 30 Doug An World M 6 5h FRIDAY E.CO Joh in Probe 12JD FRIDAY 12-Ju Ncv.s, Sport Rob Ingram bliow Jirr) EMioI Kewi and Urdin d.-pfj CBC 7. .50 News, Wlhr. Sporl Line Phone Bill Show Rob Ingran CHEC FM Vr News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Sign Off Radio 1010 Calga.y THURSDAY NIGHT Prairio Chamber B: DO World al Eight H'jiiie Run Music 6 15 Eye Opener 6-CO World ot lliQH UcrtS 9. CO Wcrlrl nl 9 As il l-la-psns 11 :03 V, innipcq llns CcL'nlry Musicsconi? vVthr, Srorla Radio Noon News, V.lnr, Elwcocl Glover Take 11 From Horn From 1i-.c CcifiiTriis FRIDAY Max Teiguson 10 15 Five Nirjliis a Week Eye Opener World El Six DON'T MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pkologlaphic Center 419 5th SI. S. Phone 328-6922 3rd GIANT WINTER "Sound Spectacular" Hsurs, csnd Friv Feb. 3 GSIC! 4 YATES MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from CARDSTOM Mayfair Theafre LOOK XOW WR'RR BEING SHOT AT'" In color, filarring Terry-Thomas. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. February 3, 4 2nd 5. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Du-tin Ilolfman iuid Ciinr'.rtlaii Indian Chief Dan George. Friday ami E.iltirdi'iy, February and 5. Friday at p.m. Adult. TASER Theatre "JIY FAIR LADY1' In color. Sinn-ing Hex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn. Thursday and Friday, February 3 and 4. Thursday one show eacli nighl al p.m. Family. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT 11 Tc'c-r.rttc 7 Street liLin 11: :5 Olympics (c) IMG Wclr.y-Our TaA'n Ir) IMS Mars Necdi Wovie: 7 V.or-.rn HR1DAY Hrr-n and Cily rp (c) ,n CKN-TV IcthSjridHO Chnnncl 1? (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Dnvl'l P.Tluii r-UiOAY Dcwikhrd S n [-lu-i-.ttrirs (r) (or Hay 12.JU Uent the Clock (c) i-.'lJ bin; inKi: (c) Uniufr'.ily c[ Air 1 00 K.I Houjc d Clmlcy's Aunt t.-i- nn-l inr fhiir.p (cl What's Ihe Gncd I r.iitr'if, i Frti-nr.ini Mi Linhls Wr.rtl lc) ;'llni'r'nl I') 'r. n lens rrrincVis Anylhinq You C in ,Cr'nl "'n 7C; Vil'l) Dn llidil NP.-.I IrV In Convc-rs-illon Dick Van Dyke lu .M Ail Annul races Buckihol (c) niiiitlirns Allen riintslrncs (c) KRTV Grcnt Frills Channel 3 [Cablevision Ch 9) THURSDAY NIGHT As Ihc World Turns NC.-.'. f-no Winter Olympics Nrws (c) Nri'-'- liHl.iy Show (c) inc (c) llykc Trrlay in Monl.ina World I hi. i-.s Hny Cily fl 0.) V'.ni, r V.M '.Siiu.iffs Love Amcrican 9-n) i Vul-nn (r) lil (i (c) Stylo (c) in rt (f.) Wlin. Uhrtt, Wluve J 33 Aff.nr lc) M (c) I ncy Show (c) Ni.r.s Gnn.nr fyln lc) i1..15 .lin HIT IDA KFBB-TV Gronl Chnnncl 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT ft 17'03 lywccl Game ''HJfrt- (c) w.w, ,_, ll'Ci) nm.ih's pinrn (c) l "id; LnLnnno Socrrl .Slorni .....i mi l'-fii c.ilicpuKi Gourmet Onn Lilt; lo 1 iMllni'i Ih.il Girl Dnvs nl O.ir Lives 9 (0 VVJirro Hn> JlMrl Is 2-.71) nrncr.il Hcwii.'dt IV S N.V.'. (in n AAntcr Vi'n'l i n'V R" (c) 10 30 r.'.iftli for Dnlinq Gnim (c) 11 lU u.riiPircw Tin" cifl i-1 f tO FRIDAY WV fhiltlfrn NI..VI 11-30 Lcli Mflko n Deal News COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE AND SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, February 4 NOON HOUR p.m. p.m. p.m. 7-00- p.m. p.m. NOTE: Thcro be no public swimming on Sunday, Febru- ary 6, 1972 due to a previous booking commitment. SKATING ADAMS ICE CENTRE Friday, Fc-Liuoi-y Prr-Schoolcrs Free Skclina noon Public JVC February 5- P.'l'lic St-l-nn Public Skcling Sundnv, Tcbruary 9.00 p.m. 1-00- p.m p.m. p.m. p.m. 6.00- 7-30 p.m. p.m 5 30 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, February 5lh Public SI.filing............ Monrlny. M.-.ruaiy Sl.a.'ing CIVIC ICE CENTRE Tridny, Fi-biumy .1 l-nv Public Skating Sunday, Ti'liiuary 6 NOTE: There will lie no Public Skating al the HENDERSON PARK ICF CENTRE on Friday evening, February 4. 1972 Irani p.m.; nor al Ino CIVIC ICE CENTRE ?cilurdny cvcninn, February 5, 1972 S.00-10.00 p.m., tinr.1 Sunday, February 6 from p.m., due lo previous booking commitments. Thursdoy, February 3, 1972 THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD _ Conservationists may hinder Arctic mineral development a. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY From p.m. to 12 Midnight DALLAS TAVERN f< 312 5lh STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED Apartment vacancies up slightly OTTAWA (OP) Apartment vacancies across Ihe country wore up marginally to 3.7 per cent in December from 3.0 per cent a year earlier. A monthly survey of vacancy rates released today by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. shows most significant changes in Edmonton, up to 5.1 per cent from 1.9; Quebec Cily, up to 4.3 from i.n; and Montreal, down to 1A per ceiH from G.2. Rates in the remaining 12 metropolitan centres surveyed: Calgary G.5; Halifax 3.5; Hamil- ton 1.3; 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 (Rou- ter) Ilusbar-.d and wife mem- bers of (lie visilins Royal Win- nipeg Ballet have been robbed or jmplry and ether property worth Brisbane police said bore the thief apparently used a key to enter ilia couple's room at the city's Lemions Hotel Tuesday afternoon. Viclims of tliefl are ballet master Eugene Slavin, and his wife, Alexandra llndal, who arc ho'Ji dancing in a production ibis week at Her Majesty's Theatre. Police said the Ihief stole icv.'clry, in cash, three bank bocks and a camera. OTTAWA (CP) D. G. Wai- don, president of Jnterprovincia) Pipe Line Co., said loday that Arctic oil and gas will not he 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- erals 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 it the cost is too high or too many demands are made of the pipelines by (hose interested only in the en- vironment." Alternate sources would be used and he suggested theoe could include the Alberta oil sands and the Colorado oil shales. Mr. Waldon said the Arctic environment and wildlife must be protected "but man and his needs must also be considered one of man's greatest needs is reasonably-priced en- ergy." The pipeline industry shared the concern of others about Ine 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 or over permafrost in such a way lo disturb iL unduly. Be'-uise if they do, will lose their pipeline therefore Iliolr Mr. Waldcn said he is eon- vir.ced morj good than bad rssuii firm rlcvoloniiirnl' ci Arctic oil pas. But cosls ivoulrl be a d. ,-cing factor If devcb.vmnl d i d n 'I KC ahead "a lot c' jobs and devel- opment v.'O'ild h'j lost iral wcuH I'C a be said. YOUR rHsLlPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r K Q AND TV J 302 13lh ST. N. Ex-drummer dies ROCHESTER, N.Y, (AP) Kenneth C. (Kenny) Unwin, a former drummer for such big- name band leaders as Benny Goodman, Lcs B r n w n, and Vaughn Monroe, died Tuesday. He was 5G. He had his own or- chestra, playing locally, from the early 1950s until last year. 1 LITE PLANS LEAVE 1 NL'ff YORK (AP) Henry Luce III. publisher of Time, Ine br.s drrklcd to lake a f-p.h- ba'.ical leave after 21 years he connanv. PARAMOUNT Shon Suhiocls "Straw Last Complete S'low 'AHAMOU.'iT Ci'NEMA "Brolllcr John'' "Elliot Boy'' Complele KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. Box 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 NOW SHOWEMG ot ond p.m.. a film of .startling suspense and involvement. RESTRICTED ADULT MATINEE SATURDAY ot p.m. STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. "Bergman's "THE TOUCH" is as brilliant as the best of his recent films. Consummate Mrgczino RESTRICTED ADULT 'THE TOUCH', a fascinating picture to place in Bergman's gallery of haunting experiences and yours." -Archer Winsfen, N.Y. Post Iiigmar Bergman's first English language motion picture staning Elliott Qoidd, Bibi Andcrsson, Max ron Sydoiv IN COLOR "The Touch" 'N COLOR "BROTHER JOHN" TONIGHT O AND "ELIEOTT BOY" IN COLOR "Soy Hollo To Yesterday" S. SO Lost Compk'ie Up A Party And Come To The "EL RANCHO" Now Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Fridciy and Snluiday Thursday N'glU Only All Ladies Admitted Pinying in Tlic CABARET Tliurs.-Fri.-Snt. "GRNE REG D'.OUHY" Cnteilciining In The LOUNGE Anri In Tho OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurs.-Fridny-Scit. "Country Comfort" CIN (SlBlU'ira. 'ACRES OF FREE STARTS TOMORROW ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES SET HAT IS IRELAND! "THE VERY FILM THflT WE'VE BEEN ADULT NOT SUSTABIE FOR CHELDREfJ! l.inTRO-COLDWYN- t-'MER Prcssnls A story of love. Filmed by David Lean EVENINGS DAILY al p.m. only MATINEE SATURDAY at 2 p.m. cnly ;