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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAtTS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbrldge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 TO FESRUARY 13. of Rat' Special 1 On February 15, tho Viet- namese people celebrate Tet, Hie New Year festivities. Ob- servers in South Vietnam be- lieve that Viol Cong and tho North Vietnamese- Army will launch a major offeiisive to coincide with Tot. If this of- fensive- materializes it will rep- resent a major best of the Sai- gon Govcrnmient's ability to go St alone without massive U.S. Army support, and a test of the U.S. policy oE Vietnamization Uw South East Asia war. On Sunday, February 13. two 'days before Tot, CTV's Texaco Insight News presents The Year Of The Rat. Telecasting 9 to 10 this special amal- yses tho readiness of South Vietnam, politically, militarily and economically, of facing the future in li-glut of tfie current U.S. policy of the withdrawal of ground combat droops. CTV producer-director Susan Dexter and co-mmeotator Tim Ralfc traveled throughout Eoul.h Vie-t.iKiiin. loolcing at. what the U.S. i.s pulling out and wtiat they are leaving behind. The program will also look at the role US air power will play ia future Vietnamese operations. TltD Year Of The Rat re- views some of the by-products of the ten years of U.S. pres- ence in Vietnam: tho moral oomip'tion, the large number of orphans, tlio disintegration of tire Vietn amese social fabric >md tlw dims problem among U.S. soldiers. Unique journey to Arctic I Ilcnv d'> big-city cliildren of Dne c u ILuro react when eic- posed of nature? Chuck Hop- kins, a noted pioneer in out- door (xlircation, set out Lo learn feist summer by taking a group of 20 Toronto school children, Dged fro-tn Tt tx> IS years, to visit the village oE Igloolik, tu Canada's Arctic. Land of Igloolik, Hopkins' filmed sa-ga of this unique joux- Eey, will IK; telecast Sunday February 1'J at 5 p .111., (ii color) on CUC Awhrbim WiUULfo Tlwntre, A liighlig'li'L oE the program i.? BI seal hunt by snowmobile In- cluded in program arc fas- cinating scenes of wildlife, the polar bear, seal, leinminfi snow hunting and black-betlied plovor. JACK LORD Jack Lord considers retirement Jack Lnrd st ar of I lawaii Fivo-O, has found the rigore of this season a.s testing as he's cvor encountered. II i 3 program, comforlahly ensconctxi ii' tl'.e Top Ten the previous ll'.rc-o seasons, was nun-cd by C'ES this year from Wednesday io night, where it was cast against ABC's popular Movie of The Week and NBC's Sargc. star- ring George Kennedy, since cancelled Lord was saying re- cently, "y-'CiS supposed to be Uw season we rested and coasted. The network moved the show and I've never work- ed harder in my life." Lard's weekly work schedule, spread over sis days, lasts be- tween 70 ttO hours. Wliilo he doesn't appear in each scene he is, as part ownor of the pro- gram, concerned vilh its every detail. Having --voat hered the com liiis year. LxirtK 50. will return at one addi- tional season However, it'.. lie's con- sidering retipLMncnl. Scliled Ln Hawaii, where the series id shot, he's had more and more lime during produc- tion breaks for his chief avoca- tion painting. Peter Keill cftrries a lot of weight OTTAWA (CPi Television Rcilly lias tnkon n loiive of fi-om l.ho local CTV Lclevision slalion CJOII lo seel; the federal Pro- grcs-slve Conservnlive nom.hia- Uon LI'J Otl'awa West riding. Mr. Itoilly. will be able, to Join the staff again if liis po- litical is unsuccessful. i LOST IN TRANSLATION SAPPORO, Japnn Despite their English-Japanese die- I'lonarioa, NDC poi-soiuicl a-t Ih.e Winter Olympics in Sapporo arc fintUnK llw goiiig a bit rough. Heoenliy, Hobort "Moose" DaTiicls, NBC technical unahle to slwp, oajllttl tlw desk at tlrc Ilnlol and n soft pillow. ATtar soveraJ miinitcs of whilo Danpola Uiinnibed through IMS guide a bell- Iwp iujpoorea with a jar of peanut bulk-: on a tray. He's happy in his work By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD It's gotten so that, to be a TV detective, you have Lo have some sort of handicap. Ironside is crippled, Longstreol is blind. Cannon is fat. Maybe iwxt season we'll have Yakimoto, a deal Jap- anese. Of ihom all. Bill Conrad, as Cannon, is doing more for his people. The Tat. the porLly, lite stylishly stout guys of the world Jin ve a lease oit life. Conrad is making the large waist a bulge of distinc- tion. He's becoming a symbol of b r a v e r y, adventure, even sexiness and all that with a profile Lbat resembles a grape- fruit. Naturally, he wasn't always bulky. He says lie was a trfm 165 when lie went into Hie Air Corps ''and that shows how old I am. vhen I say Corps.'' He began adding pounds wlxrn ho was around 25. He says he put on a few pounds, Ureii a few mure, then a few more. "I kept saying that I'd lose it next lie says. "But the (rouble with putting on weight is thai the more you put on. tin? more you have Lo lose. Fret ty soon. it's too hue." Nowadays, ho varies be- 170 and 270. which is a lot of varying. He maintains several wardrolws. to fit his several girths. When Cannon was sold to CBS. he was at his peak 270. which is a nice round figure. He lost 40 pounds before the filming started, and lie says he felt good at 230. But since the show started, he has1 put 20 pounds back. "I thought that doing tlie says, ''would be such hard work that I'd lose weight. But I'm cnjoyinp it so much that I'm gaining instead of los- inff." Weight an organi- zation dedicated 1o slimming things dcrun. is mad al him. UP Lioi ;i I cMU'i- from them say- ing 'lhal 'L-ul'r members not. to watch his WILLIAM CONRAD STARS AS CANNON show because i( dorilies the over-vveijrlU. "I fee1! like :i in Potion." Conrad ev been banned JJui I don't mind I think I'm doing some good for tlie common ?Iob." Conrad as an actor in radio for 11 years, lie was iMalt Dillon on I he original ra- dio vcrsian oE Guns then spent some years as a movie actor. Ho switched over (o producing and directing, and 'was- out o[ acting for a long time. ''I felt tlw need of more re- sponsibility th a n acting af- he says. ''And I ended up with so much roll on rc- spon.cibilily you can't believe. One year I producvd nine tcn- turos, which is So lie weiil. back to acting after ]5 years on Uio oliiLM- side of (he cair.ora "And IVe -T IXVMI hap- pier in ni_v lit P." "I don't regret L.I I tlwy were right for rr.e 3r tlw I time. But this is for n'.e now, 'Mid i wouIar'L i-'ltur.-jo i 1 thing." 1 As an ex-successful director, he says be is sometimes tempt- ed to offer advice to his Can- non directors "tiie tlxxiffht may cross my mind, but I never open my mouth.." At the moment, he's consid- ering an ofCer be has to direct a film in Spain this spring, dur- ing his vacation from Carvnon- Bui he's inclined ro lei it go and "just get ou boat aud go sailing.'- It's the normal thing for TV stars, especially those who aro solo performers in shows, to be pa'.o .'r.-i nwi j con-plaining sboi'i CoiiJ-ad is He thinks tlut's ho'.i enjoying tho work 50 :vutch. But it could iv a 01 bevlf him from Itsose corr.irJ ?oai- plainLs. H tun fin p.vperieuce related Documentarv on A film document an' on the cffecLs of smoking called One Way To Quit, will be presented in color on CBC television's Tuesday scrips, Tuesday, Fob. 15 at 10 p.m. Produced by Larry DIMS Way To Quit deals with ttw harmful effects of smoking on humans. Rather I ban inlorprcting sta- tistics, producer Gosnell con- centralcs on human expe- riences as i old by ordinary people sonic of llicse lung caaicor a nd emphyscm a p a- tionls in hospitals ami th? doc- tors who conduct research and treat llw pationts. Dr. Oscar Auerbach, senior im esligalor. Administration Hospital, KasL OIMIHJO. N..T.. says ''cijjnroUo smoking is llic single most ini- porlani facloi in the inenL of lung cancer in man cigarc-Hi? smoking i? llu1 single most import :uU factor in the j dcvelopnionl of emphysema in severe coronary arierio- scle.i-osis. wp find it llireo tinier j as frequcnl m Uio cig- j arelte smoker Wo also know that riprirclle smoking is to ulcers oi tlio stom- ach and duodenum and cancer of the urinary bladder." Dr. Auerbach is the world over for His rosearch into the liarmful eft'ecLs of smoking on human health. A few yours ago. Hie Ameri- can Cancer Society set a precedent in television nd- vorlUing when it obtained a against smoking from the lalp William Tnllman. Ihe aolor played BtM-ger on Uk- Mason Show British T i I m 3i-tor Jack underwent a tln-o.T. cral.ion. 1 Ic now bj gulping bi-e.iLl1. anvi it through his oosopluigiis Olhors ix-od :i% are intcrview-ed. son-.e in conversation with their diK-ion ;is Ihev recede trentir.oni. Iwme in digiand. bo Tom Leaoli to London Tlie CPC I-as arnouncod tlv of Tom Loach as in the CBC's Un'.dor. Mr. Leach. tlu1 n> coi.l Imiia fror.i Dacca, will ivporl or. o1. (ho U.K. ana Kumiv for o-.M'.i CBv" radio ;md ision Tlie London posting is nt Hie eud of Folu-imry. ;