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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 14, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTSI .MONDAY VARIETY: Alberta Talent Showcase, fi p.m., C'li. I .'I. Henry Scufcrt, The Chrumaltcs, Sandy Nadler and Irene Longacre will compete. HINCiO: Kdnovision Ilingo, G p.m., I'll. 7. This show will run through to p.m. DOCTOR DIIAMA: Medical Centre, t'li. 13. A life for a death is the crux of. this story involving a patient and his kidnapped wife. CRIME DRAWA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 7. A frighten- ing drama about a young cult leader with an almost Satanic influence over his youthful followers. DOCUMENTARY: Man At The Centre, 10 p.m., Cli. 7. A repeat of the profile of 10th century Canadian artist Paul Kane and his travels through the Canadian west. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Roger Tmiliy, 1 p.m., Ch. i3. A documentary style account of an infamous crim- inal career. EDUCATIONAL: Drop-In, p.m., Ch. 7. A visit to the Vancouver Sun to see how a newspaper is published. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are lilted by th> radio and television irmloni. Any variation In program ichedult Ii lo tait- mlnute chwign by the ttatloni and It not the mpon- ilblllty of the Herald er Anglo Dlifrlbulori Stereo and Photographic Centre, CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT Beryl Clerk Barry Hegland Jack Newleld TUESDAY 6-00 Jim Shearer DM5 CHEC Line Len Dow CJOC MONDAY NIGHT Show World at Six TUESDAY Requc-sl Achon CBC News RolJ lnqram Jim CllioM 8-00 John Walker Phone Bill Shew 12'jQ Doug Anderson' Wayne Barry Tolal Informalion John Oliver Beryl Clark News end Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Rob Ingram :OQ World at six if CHEC FM News on the Hour Wthr. on th WON. THRU SAT. Concert (Bob Don MacMasler Cunsie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Sounds Like Europe 6 00 World el iix News 6-30 As II Happens Ideas Network Bringing Batk the 13.00 News 1 Future Oil the Record News. Wlhr, Sporl TllFSrlflY 10-10 From The Capitals lutbUAT Five Nlghls A Eye Opener Week World al Eight e Half Hour Don MacMaslCT :00 Don Hedman :00 a.m- Siyn-Otl Commenlary :00 World at Nine ;15 This Counlry :03 Radio Noon :15 Holiday :03 Schools :30 Max Ferguson :03 Home Run :00 World al Six Engineered To Last A Life Time MODEL HP218 DELUXE MODEL NEW TRULY VERSATILE AM-FM RADIO and Record Changer 8 Track Cartridge Complete Wilh Speakers Suggested Relail '419 .95 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and (photographic Centel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} MONDAY NIGHT -m inilh nr .DU i ruin or 11 :2Q Tcleprobe 7 Our Chanqing Chez Helene Sesame Slrcrjf 13.00 _ Om. Town Consequence! n The Avpngers Movie: Chan al Ihe 5-30 Tcleprobe 7 Stampede Wrestling Circus Kcinavision Dincio TUESDAY Lels Make a Deal B-50 Farm find City Cannnn Today l-ront Page Romper Room Challenge (c) Mr. Drcsiup Man al Hit Cenlre Canadian Schools News (cl Friendly Giant Galloping Gnurmcl (c) Take 30 Edge ol Niqht Family Court Drop In Trulh or Consequences CFCN Lelhbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Pierre Mar Trri- 7 niouqM !cr Day Rcwiltlnc'd Altnlfl _ Ihc Clock 3 Uni sily of Air Nov.-, (r Ou'dccr-, Medical Nichols. Irnnsule News Nmhicflrj 00 rl Touhy C-angslcr rriqhienitcln (c) 2.30 What's IHG Good 00 Hi LiciM-, (c) Word (U 05 Fashions Another World IS Parlons Frsncah Anything You Can ;3 Do (C) 00 In Convcrsalian Flinlslones 2fl All Ahoul Faces Buckshot 00 Ed Alien (c) 5.00 Dick Van Dyke David I 1! .00 Ed Allen (c] KRTV Grecit Foils Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY N1GH1 Ncv.s- (cl ft 00 In 6.30 Dirk ;i Hie Other Woniii Mnvio: Opnrnlior KiJ Brother (L) 10-00 Nnwi if 10.30 Ionian! bhm'.' TUESDAY A.I.S Our World 6 l.S ifllule to Atini-uMl today 5How 'c) Doctors Tc.'lny in Montana Anollier WorlJ Concenlralion ic) Ednc of Nifiiil 9 !IO rl Crnlury Lnve American StiUiirn1-, (c) Style (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Atlair Who, What, Where Lucy Show (c) 3-30Gomor (c) 0 Si My three Sons I.CO Sommrl 4 Now, (c) l..lfl Wnrirl Turn-, i.OO Nrws S 30 News Ii KFBB-TV Grent Falls Channnl 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Hrw, (t) Earthquake Movie: Ccop.ilra (01 NcftS Sanfortl TRA Dirk Cnvcll 11 00 All My C..MUI in Make a Dc.il (c) J2.00 Ncwlyived Gams News Dinah's (c) One Lite to i_ivc Jnck Latannc (c) Our Lives (c) Audrey (c) General Hospilril 9.31) GiTllopinn fiourmpl Three on ,1 Match Where Ihc Heart is Dalmg Game o f.iplaln (cl Bewitched 5.GO Pas-pworcl House record decision up to ML As Make Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty food and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every Monday to Friday from lo 2 p.m. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ POOL Wednesday, Feb. 1 6 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday, Feb. IB NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, Feb. 19 Public Swimming Sunday. Feb. 20 Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, Feb. 21 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday. Feb. 15 free Public Skaling 4-00. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16 Beginners Skaling p.m. and Pre-Schoolers Free Skaling 1 Noon Public Skaling p.m. Salurday, Feb. 19 Public Skaling p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20 Beginners Skaling p.m. Public Skoling p.m. Family Skaling p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, Feb. 19 Public Skaling p.m. Monday, Feb. 21 Free Public Skaling p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, Feb. 18 Free Public Skaling 00- p.m. NOTE; There will be no Public Skaling at the Henderson Park Ice Centre on Friday evening, February IB, 1972 from p.m.; nor at the Civic Ice Centre on Salur- day evening, February 19, 1972 from p.m., and Sunday, February 20, 1972 from p.m. and p.m. due to previous booking com- mitments. Tonight thru Wed. E at and p.m. Some critics were outraged, others found it a unique film experience, but no critic ignored the impact of this first film by the famed director-star of "EASY RIDER" See and judge it for yourself ADULT RESTRICTED a film by DENNIS HOPPER "THE LAST MOVIE" EDMONTON (Cl') .Mem- bers of (lie legislature should themselves make the dec ision on how the deliberations of Ihe house should he reported, says a special study on publication j of legislature proceedings. The report, commissioned by the Progressive Conservative gobcrnment shortly after il look office Aug. 3d, surveys the forms of report of daily pro- j feedings used in the House of J Commons and other provincial assemblies. Author J. Peter Swarm said Big program creates jobs for students EDMONTON (CP) A spe- cial committee of the Alberta cabinet is drawing up plans for n massive program to create thousands of jobs for students [his summer, says Dr. Bert i Ilohol, minister of labor. j He also said the Progressive Conservative govern men! j which took office in the Aug. 30 election, will drop at least in name the previous Social Credit government's Ecolo- gy Corps, which provided about summer jobs for students. Creation of job opportunities for students is "a top priority" in cabinet, Dr. Hohol said. The program will fit in with the fed- eral and municipal programs. An estimated students are expected to join the Al- berta labor force of this summer. Juliet Prowse expecting firs I babv HOLLYWOOD, Calif. CAP) Actress Juliet Prowse disclosed here she is expecting her first baby in August, but declined to name the father. Miss Prowse. divorced in November, 1970, from choreog- rapher Eddie James afler a year's marriage, said she has no marriage plans. "The actress stated that she does not feel marriage is a practical esta'.e for her because of her nomadic show business a spokesman for the South African born star said. The spokesman said Miss Prowse will complete her cur- reut engagement at a Los Angles night club, which ends Feb. 26, and then make no mo- re appearances until after h i s birth. that if the UJAs decide that a daily official record is needed, they must then decide if it should be a verbatim report and whether il would include proceedings when the house .sits aa a committee of the whole and in supply commit- tees. S50.0IIO Illl.l, Annual cos! of a daily Han- sard would lirj more than 000, Mr Swami said. Some of the cost can be earned from subscription, however. If Die government is to go ahead, Mr. Swan recommends immediate action to find an editor and that transcriptions staff should "lie of high cali- bre.'1 Even if there is not a unani- mous opinion of an official transcript of proceedings, he said the government should consider some steps. Mr. Swann suggested major changes in legislature rules to allow it to catch up with the times. Me said the house should begin by permitting newsmen who report on (he proceedings "to use all Ihc tools of their trade, including tape recorders: and This would involve, for the first time, he said, "official recognition of the media, and the development of a code of conduct to control the activi- ties of those permitted 'n enter the press gallery." TELEVISION' COVERAGE The entire procedure of the legislature could be changed if television coverage of the pro- ceedings were allowed. Mr. Swann's report also rec-: ommends that the government pass a resolution at the nest session of the legislature that would allow any member of the public to take notes on the proceedings. At present, no per- son in the public galleries is permitted to make notes. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7744 lelhbridg. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TOO LATE THR HERO" In Mctrocolor. StarrinR Michael Cainc and Cliff Robertson. Monthly, Tuesday and Wdnesday. February 14. 15 and 10. Monday show at ii m. Adull. Coining this weekend Wall Disney's "THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE'1 Doii'l Miss II. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "17" In color. Starring Ghila Norbv and Olc S-illofl. A inolion picture for people over in. Monday and Tues day show at p.m, Kcslrictcd Adiill. TABER Tower Theatre "THE STUDENT NURSES'1 In color. Starri.ig Elaine Giffos and Karen Carlsen. Monday and Tuesday. Febru- ary 14 and 15 Monday shows at and p.m. Restricled Adull. with confidence 'Fun' 'Exciting' MONTE CARLO way! Call 327-1442 Today! COLLEGE Tonight thru Wednesday TODOV'S SEIfSUBLISTS i Toddy's Showtirhes Short Subjects "Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight'' Last Complete Show "AIIAMOUNT CINEMA Short Stitijccls "Last Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Love is a 4-Letter Word'1 "Judy's LUlle No No'1 Last Complete Show JUDY'S LITTLE RESTRICTED ADULT First Show Each Night at p.m. Lest Complete Show at p.m. "THEBESTTHRILLEH SlNCE'GASLIGHT' 10RILUNSTOH Mil.. RICHARD GEESOM JOHN HUNrifl The true story of John Reginald Christie who turned his backyard into 3 burial ground. Starting Tomorrow your eyes on nlial she raniiol see ADULT Not Suitable For Children First Show Starts at p.m. Ends Tonight: "THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT" TONIGHT STARTING AT 6 P.M. KCINOVISION CJOCTV CHANNEL 7 IN PRIZES THREE BLACKOUT BINGOS -Only those cards which havo boon validated ore cligigblc -Confirmed winners will bo required to return their winning cnrcfs lo KCINOVISION, P.O. BOX H90, LETHBRIDGE -If thoro is more ihcin one winner prize money will bo divided Pvonly ;