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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGf HEKAIU Siiluiilny, Felirutiry IV, 1972 ice kid Ricky Nelson bad bov in new role IIOI.IAWUOD (Al'> I'm' vr ;ii's on l nml RICKY film Sticker stealers PATHS (Ileiiicri new system of motor j licence slickers on a cur's wind- shield, pailcnicd after iho llrit- ish system, hit a Ming- -1 thieves keep stealing the ers. Thetis have reported from car? in Marseille, flcnux and Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RlPtEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 u-h'visinn rnmi'ily series, The Advcmuros of Itoie and Har- riet, younger son Hicks' Nelson was a conl. denii-cnl boy nest door, as likable and all-Ameri- can as apple pit'. So what's lie Ijcon for TV lately A rapist. "Wo think il was very excit- ing ca.slin2." .Ion Epsloin. pi'o- dmvr of ABC-TV's Chven Mar- shall, Counselor at Law scries. says n[ Hii'k's abrupt change ol image. Says Nelson, who presumably a.ssauited fuur women, including Siefmiie POV.ITS, in a recent ep- isode: KOIll) HATE IN .SCRIPT "1 don't want to be filed away as Tiirky Nolson. the kid with the freckles Besides', ihe show was, dare in good tEisle He played a hospital orderly pnd psychotic Vietnam veteran, The word rape appearctl throe times in (he script, but a net- work censor said it lias boon used previously in oilier shows "in a medical or legal contcxl." It was Ihe first TV straight drama for Nelson, who now calls himself Rick because "people Ihink of Ricky as 'liltlo Ricky.' and nobody wants to be little anything." At 31 the singcr-aclc-r if tall and slender with lean, still good looks. Al Ihe Hol- lywood Hills Ixnne where he lives with wife Kris, their eight-year-old d a u g li 1 c r and four-year old Iwm sons, Kick re- called the family series that in- cluded his brother David, now 33. Mrni MOIII-: HEWAKDIXC. "We slnrled on the radio show wlmi I was kids had played our parts the first four or five years. I was II when we went on TV and was 25 when Uie show went off the air. "I did a couple of movies, Rio Bravo and The. Wackiest Slup in Hie Army, then wont Ihrouph a time of not knowing what I wanted to do. "Tlien 1 sat down one day and asked myself, 'What do I do i best, what's best for me in music'.' 1 got together the band that's with me now. stalled writing songs and learning hmv to play Ihe guitar, not just fak- I ing il.. Now music is a much i more rewarding thing in my life" He writes songs and with the Slone Canyon Band performs at colleges and fairs. play a natural kind of music. A lot of Studded I ires Jiil hv couucil MEALS ON WHEELS ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING B P.M. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1972 Bowmon Art Centre Eledion of officers for 1972 will be held and a complete report of the project to date will be given. YOU, cs ti Community-minded person tire warmly in- vited to attend. I HALIFAX (CP) Halifax! city comici! endorsed here a resolution asking the Nova Sco- tia government to ban studded I snow tires from, provincial i streets and highways. j Aldermen were told the value of studs in winter driving has not been demonstrated and cuiiics heavy damage to city streets. Ontario has banned Uie use of studs. New Brunswick officials considered a similar TJWVB but look no action. people call it folk 1ml you can't l.-iucl il." His forolhiT JJiivid liiis a TV- commcrcial company and re- cently directed a movie .slarriiiR Don Jim-ray. Ozzic anil Ilan-et Nelson, their parcnLs, have been in scmi-relirenmil hut recenlly did a television pilol about a couple who. u'ilh their children grown and departed, rent rooms to two college girts. "I under- stand it came out very said Kick. Today's Showtimes iPARAMOUNT Saturday i Short Subjects i "Man in Uie Wilderness" j hLast Complete Show !Sunday 'Short 'Subjects 'i "Man in the Wilderness'' One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CJXEMA Saturday I Short Subjecus I "Without a Stitch" J 'Last Complete Show i Sunday Short Subjects "Without A Stitch" i One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Chandler" Last Complete Show Sunday "Ski Bums" "Road to Salina'' One Complete Show 8-00 Please Note: This double bill starts at SHRINE-LIONS only MEDICAL HOSPITAL YOUR BEST SWEEPSTAKE CAUSE u-iJ hr PU-PGSR OVuYMM'p lUivVi In MFDICoL BISURCH holer. Ih.n.g-. 1 ,urh CASClfl. HCiflT DISLAJE, MtNIAL ILLtLiS, jJDL INCLOSED li my criJer peyablc lo F1 THE SHRItft-LIOH SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION FOR J Rean forward the foUnwlne Hu. c( IkUli (check quinllly) 1 ftVrt ?2.50 [3 2 55.00 n 510.00 I 8 litheU 520.00 G SPECIAL BONUS 1J ttksls WINNERS OFFEB.14th DRAW CURRIED FINE FOODS I CATC OPEN 7 DAYS ICHIO A WEEK _ncl A.M. TO P.M. Fresh 1S16 9th Ave- 5- D BETWEEN THE TWO Produce HOSPITALS LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of all farms and ranches in the Leihbridge trading area with mailing addresses and land lota- ,00 EACH Available at The Lcthbridge Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner 5th Ave. and 7lh St. S. LETHBRIDGE TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SI'OHT: !'ro Hockey. 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Buffalo Sabres Tiicct llio Maple Lciif.s in Toronto. IMOViro UIIAMA: "N'rvcr Say p.m.. Ch. 7. Al a medical convention a duclor encounters his wife, uho has been missing for several years. CRIME HIIA.MA: "A Lovely Wny To 0 p.m., Ch. 13. A tough police detective quits the force to become body-guard to an exotic beauty on [rial for murder. JWAGIC, ESI': Amazing World of Krrskin, p.m., Cli. lit. Kreskin demonstrates his talents by reading the minds of members o[ Lhe antlience. MOVIE DRAMA: "Witness For The p.m., Ch. 7. An adaptation of an Agatha Christie yarn about the trial o[ a man accused of murder. nnAMA: "Baltic of the River 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. A documeutary drama about a major naval action of World War 11 off the coast of South America. SUNDAY SPOUT: I'l-o Hockey, 12 mum, Ch. 0. The Boston Bruins meet the Chicago Black Hawks in Chicago. This is a battle between the two division leaders. SPORT: Pro Basketball, VI noon, Ch. 11. The Chicago Bulls and the Milwaukee Bucks meet in Milwaukee. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Crcat Pony p.m., Ch. 7. A children's slory about wild pony rustling in southwest England. SPOUT: Pro Aulo Racing, p.m., Ch. 11. A Can- Am duel between Jackie Stewart and Peter Hevson in- augurating this ]4-week series on auto racing taped last year at Laguna Seca, Calif. SPECIAL: C'liS News Special, 4 p.m., Ch. 9. With Presi- dent Nixon flying to China, Charles Kuralt explores "the old fears and false images" surrounding China. WILDLIFE: Audnbon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. A study of lobsters along the east coast of North America. DOCUMENTARY: Untamed World, S p.m.. Ch. 13. A study of the Nile River and the people and animals that depend on it for survival. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The adventures of a young red fox stranded in bustling San Francisco. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. Bobby Sherman as a sUibleboy framed on a narcotics charge by his employer to keep him away from his daughter. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Joe Namath and George Carlin host n fashion enow featuring Geraldine. VARIETY; Wayne and Sinister Special, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Catherine McKinnon joins Johnny and Frank with spoofs on war, movies, broadcast ratings and private eyes. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: VV5, 9 p.m., Gi. 13. A report on the crisis in Northern Ireland with interviews from Prime Min- ister Brian Faulkner and a member of the Provisional wing of the IRA. SPECIAL: President Nixon, p.m., Ch. 7 and Ch. 11. Satellite coverage of President Nixon's arrival in Peking. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A tribute, to the lato Maurice Chevalier with a repeat of his special Interview taped in October 1970. MONDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Affair in 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A playboy and his former girl friend become involved In the shady dealings of a millionaire yachtsman. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Sword Without a 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An Italian peasant fails in love with the daugh- ter of a nobleman find leads n revolt against the Italian gentry. When the law says hard it means hard., like stone OTTAWA (CP) After studying nearly a score of dictionaries and other refer- ence books, the tariff board has decided that when the law says "hard" it means hard, like stone Delta Distribution Ltd. had appealed a revenue de- partment ruling that a line of a floor carpeting handled by Delta should not be clas- sified as a building mate- rial. A general federal sales tax of 12 per cent is levied on most manufactured goods, but building materi- als are taxed at the reduced rate of 11 per cent. Delta's product, Densylon, Is a specially woven nylon and rayon fabric bonded to a natural sponge-rubber base, installed by cementing it to the floor. The company argued that it came within the tax law definition of one of the classes of building materi- surface composi- tion yardage flooring for permanent bonding to floors end underlay therefor. The board said the point of the case was whether "haid surface" meant "hard" in (he dictionary meaning of unyielding to blows or pressure. Marble or tile flooring would un- doubtedly be hard. The board rejected the ap- peal, saying Densylon can- not be called hard in that sense. It will have to bear the 12-per-cent general rate of sales tax. SPECIAL OFFER REG CROSS IS BACK AND THAT'S WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT! 5 GREAT MONDAY, FEB. 21st TO DAYS FRIDAY, FEB. 25th COLOR PORTRAIT Attractively Mounted Plus Handling NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Limit Onn Per Child Two Per Family Groups B9e each additional child Age limit 5 monlhs-12 yrj. A.E. CROSS STUDIO sti" At 328-0111 328-0222 710 3rd AVE. S. INTERVIEW: Take 30, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. Mary Chlppcntield nnd her pet lion cub are guests with discussions centring c- family's years wilJi English circuses and the game farms they run in England and Canada, Allfll ATO Rodio TV HNULU 5 "stings Program! are liitod by the rodlo and telgviilon nations. Any variation In program ichedult li dug to lait- mlnutt changei by (he itatlqni and li not the rnpon- ilblllfy of Herald or Anglo Dlttrlbutori Stereo and Photographic Centre, CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News SATURDAY Loo Dow lO'OO Leo Dow Beryl Clark Ncwield Tolal Inlormalion John Charles 7'DO Barry Hecjland MONDAY Jack Newfeld Jim Shearer John Oliver SUNDAY Choc-line Beryl Clark SATURDAY NIGHT 5MO Sporls News Inside from the Oulside Conlinental Holiday Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Rob Ingram Atlantic Symphony Blackfoot Indian Program Solo k CJOC T News Chrislian Science Voice of Prcn'iecy fl-00 Sunday Mag'.zine News RoB Ingram 11-10 Remember When Blackfoot Indian Program s Pele Snow Ncv.s Cross Counlry Check-Up NHL Hockey The Fnlerlaincrs Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Concern MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC Mews News, Wlhr, Sport Phone Dill Show Wayne Barry Prnbe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sporl News and Grain Prices Jack Thva Rob Ingram 5.00 Probe 1220 CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT d-00 Beryl Clark John Charles Jack Ncwlelel SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack Newleld Barry HeglanJ CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Sigral Canadians 7-m u.iii 11-03 Capilal Report NHL-Monlreal Bl Collage BDSlcn Don Siml Show CBC Slage Dhlinguished Artists Music Si Anlhology Cross Country Bush and Salon Check-Up Major Progression Inside from thn SUNDAY Morning Concert 7M5 Children's Stories Sunday Morning Winter Olympics Sunday Magailm MOfVOAY Eye Opener World ai B Outside 9'00 World al 9 Conlinental Holiday This Counlry Remember When Radio Nonn Sunday and Friends Schools 5ound ol SpoD Max Ferquson B 30 Sunday Thealre Hoi Sunday Supplement Gilmour's Albums World at First Beenust We Last COMPACT ECONOMICAL COMPLETE STEREO SYSTEM Including built in cassette, stereo deck, record changer, AM-FM tuner and mulching speakers. Built In Sony highest value for your dollar. 01Q.95 SuggMted Retail..................... W I W ttf the complete Sony line al ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stereo and Centct 5th St. S. Phonft 328-6927 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHY Bugi Bunny NHL Country Tlmt Movie: Never Sey News Provincial Affair! Teleprobe 7 Movie: Witness tor Ihe Prosecution SUNDAY Faith for Today Fireball XL-5 Captain Scarlet Safety Roundup Struggle for a Border Reach for the Top Fulure Sliock Coun'ry Canada Wildlife Unlimited Great Pcny Raid 3-30 Sunday Hour En 0 Ne Maj rlly 9-30 News Audubon (c) Dick Van Dyke 6 00 World ol Disney The Rovers Jimmy Slewarf Flip Wilson Whileoaks of Jains Nixon's Arrival In China News Ndlions Business Teloprobe 7 Sunday MONDAY Farm ond City Today Rornpcr Room Mr. Dress Up Albena Schools Friendly GianT Chez Helens Sesame Slreet AAiday-Our Movie: Affair at ischica (c) TEA Edge of Mlnht (c) Family Court Drop In Truth or Ccnsa- qucnccs CFCN-TV Lothbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) SATURDAY NIGHT (5.00 Kinqn Bingo News Oil Reporl Rollin on Ihe Riv B.OO Don Mossrr Newsmakers Match P Movie: A Lovely Ui Way lo Dig News Night Cap (c) Kreskin Movie: Baltic or Ihe River Plate SUNDAY Thought (or Day News A H Clublime (c) Nighlcap (c) Day of Discovery Oil Rcporl Oral Roborls Question Period Sporls Digest (c) David Frcisl 11-30 Window on Britain 1.30 A Nice Mix 7 30 Univrrsily of Air 5-00 O'.jldoor Spnrlsman House ol Frighl- J'OQ World Tomorrow HI Llghli Wild Kingdom (c) 9.05 Fashions (c) 9-1.1 Panons r-'rancau 9'30 Yona