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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SURVIVAL AID Brealliing tubes have been in- stalled in a number of bank vaults in Australia to protect employees who might be locked inside by robbers from suffocat- ing. CATS IIIUII Kescarchers have discovered that benzole acid a preserva- tive used in meat sold at pet stores, can intoxicate cats, sometimes causing them lo chase imaginary mice. ITV HIGHLIGHTS; .MONDAY VAItlKTY: David Frost llcviic, p.m., Cli. 7. Artc Johnson joins David to examine the many forms of com- munication. DOCTOIl UHA.MA: Mnlical Centre, Cli. 13. Craig .Stevens as a ear-crash victim who awakens from a three-year coma to a nightm-ire. DRAMA: Home, p.m., Cli. 7 British theatre with an all-star cast including John Giclgud and Ralph Richardson. DOCUMENTARY: "Man of (In- p.m., Ch. 13. This Notional Geographic special is the story of a land and its people featuring the .S'erengeti Plain of Tanzania. CHIME DRAMA; Ironside, HI p.m., Cli. 111. A drama about a wealthy woman's missing husband an elusive dope supplier. NOTE: Some regular programming may pre-empted lo carr.y more ncus tin President Nixon's visit tu China. TUESDAY MOVIE DKAMA: "Gideon (if Scotland I p.m., Ch. This is an account of one day in the life of a Scotland Yard inspector starring Jack Hawkins. CRIME DRAMA: Cade's Connly. p.m., Ch. 13. This is the chronicle of a syndicate murder plot and the un- likely target an archaeology professor. CHEC Roger Chonnon with Contemporary Sports Mo r ley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY Total Information Jim She-1} for CHEC-Lir.r John Oliver Leo Dow MONDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Heqlsnd Jack Newfeld CJOC MONDAY NIGHT World Shov TUESDAY Request Action CBC News Rob Inaram Jim Elliott John Walker Phone Bill E Doug Anderson Wayne Barr Beryl Clark News ssid Grain Prlc-s Jack, Thys Parly ai Six CHEC FM TV News on the Hour Wihr. on the Half Hour J-ro D-n 'hSmsn1 a.m. 5irjn-Oif MON. THRU SAT, Ccnr Don MacMaster Cons CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIG World at Six As it Happens J1-P3 hi-co Bringing Back NEW, Pulure Of) the Record News, Wthr, Spori From The Capitals TUESDAY Five Nights A Opener Week world at Eight First Becausi We Last COMPACT ECONOMICAL COMPLETE STEREO SYSTEM Including built in cassette, stereo deck, record changer, AM-FM tuner and matching speakers. Built in Sony highest value for your dollar. See the complete Sony line cif ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centcl fhcns 328-6922 419 5th St. S. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvision Cli. 6) 0 DAY rIGHT T h H CFCN LefhbricJge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} MONDAY NIGHT Til li-MPir-rc Dr-ic Talnnt TUESDAY Siiov.'tsr.c (r.) 75 Thrtsni-.i News (C) .n TLI Oittdoorj Unlimited H Mrrlicfll rri; in (L Niitirn.M o rn Hi i ir-hf-i KJ (c) 0.05 ii'io'ns Pin and Whbl.c "J-i1-, p ns i'- y-r News Ift'-OO In'cor.vcr'iMion (c) in.30 All f ,iccs Buckihot Pendulum Ed Altfn (o KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY Our Wo I If! Srilulr lo Afinc Todtiy 'c) Ooctnr-, inli-.y in :fni Another VVorlM Conruntr.ition ic) CUCID of Niqlil S.HP ol Crnlurv I.PAT Amrrican 'r.M Squrirr1, I (c) i-.-imily Wlio, V.h.il, v.'hcrc l.m.y Show U) fjfiinf .MO Gntnfr pytp My Thrrc Son-, 11 ;0ll lifni- If! ft) KFBB-TV Greet Falls Channel 5 (Cablcvision Cli. 11) MONDAY NIGHT IJcwifChCil (c) Tlio Hmiipror's Clollios (c) Movie: A I ovcly W.iy to S.Vlfflif] find Sim H :OH T I1A Dick C.WPII TUESDAY I! A'.akc Dcnl lr] Garni, i c Vim News Din.ili's nonsmft Storm (c) Jnrk lnl.in.io Id Onp Life to i ivo Ai'iln-y d I AMI Our I ivr- OnuTiil iki'DiMI 'P Mondoy, February 21, 1972 THE ItTHORIDGE HERALD 5 PRINCIPALS IN FIRST BLACK VAMPIRE MOVIE Director William Croin, left, talks Der.ise Nicholas and William Marshall, co-stars of believed to be the first black vampire movie. Russian rock band had sways teen-age youngsters O J O MOSCOW (AP) _ Oleg Shc- monovsky's big band banged out a rock beat. A .spotlight washed the tense figure on a young man who.se forelock danced in lime with music. One hand pointed skyward, and a foot, visible beneath the bellhot- torn of his yellow velvet Iron- hnavy lv. sers, tapped Ihe stage as he They' cniiiri.ri sang. j words, hut It sounded like this: "We are rbylbm. On i'i rev-ah-loo-sha-nare-ezz; we "nv t i for jus-iis'." in His hips jerked ever so little, 'year-old Ii- and the lecn-age girls with their i' lie i., v.nrd i-i hi; j United lie fk-- M B R k j [himself as a Batman, Kobin art." DECLINE INNOTICLD earn 43 citations The son of a dropped ovi! of Ib- Colorado. He ('rifled e were feel from lumF BUENOS AIRES (AP) Pas-1 ing whjn the Lindblad Explorer, sengers from a cruise liner that: uhich had been designed espe- wert aground ill the Antarctic dally for Antarctic cruises, arrived in hot and humid Bue- j went aground, nos Aires after five cold nights I "I heard a crunch and aboard a rescue ship. though! it was just ice." he The Chilean rescue vessel Pil- said- "Then I looked out. the oto Pardo had taken the 104 window and I knew- we were in passengers and nearly 50 crew trouble. members from the stricken The vessel was taking water, Lindblad Explorer, which ran Father Ferrara said, and there onto the rocks off King Geoi-ge i was same fear that it might Island during a severe storm a I break up if heavy winds started, week ago. The Piloto Pardo j brought them lo Hie southern 1 Chilean port of Pitnta Arenas where they boarded a chartered 1 jetliner for the flight to Buenos j Aires. Most of the pas.'onpers ap-1 pcared weary from the long or- deal but nol two octogenarians. "We were Ihe oldest people on the cruise, and think if a wonderful trip.'1 said Helen i actress Raquel Welch, 31, Burton, for herself and her j broke her right wrist during sister, Alice, 81, of Oakland, skating training and her Calif j roller derby film The Kansas Rev. Francis Ferrara. s I Bombcr has been Pos'- Roman Catholic priest from De-1 ponecl until April, her agent said troil. Mich., said he was sleep-' here. so the passengers were ordered to abandon ship in lifeboats and rubber launches. "We were only 200 feet from i land, but we didn't go ashore. we just circled Father Ferrara added. After about three hours, the passengers went back aboard the Lindblad Explorer, packed their bags and were transferred i lo the Piloto Pardo. HOLLYWOOD (R e u t e r) The agent said Miss Welch was doing some final practice [urns on a ring constructed at Metro studios Wednesday for her film when she had a bad spill and landed on her wrist. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "FOOLS' PARADE" In color. Starring James Stewart and George Kennedy. ?.Ionday. and Wednesday, February 21, 22 and 2.1. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. P1NCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre In eolor. Aeademy Award winner. Monday and Tues- day, February 21 and 22. Monday show at Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "PLAY MISTY FOR ME" Starring Clinl Eastwood. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. February 21. 22 and 23. Holiday shows at and Restricted Adult. LONDON (API Playwright Harold Pinter has been named best British screenplay writer of 1971. He was giren his award by 1'ic Writers' Guild of Great Brit- ain Thursday night for script of The Go-Bel ween, based on a novel by L. P. Hartley. The best comedy screenplay award went to Neville Smith for the movie Gumshoe. The best original screenplay citation was given to Penelope Mortimer for Sunday, Bloody Sunday. COMMUNHT SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOl Wednesdoy, February 53rd- NOON HOUR SWIM p.rr p.rr p.rr p.rr p.rr p r, p.n p.n p.rr ing Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Thursday. February 24th Fnfalic Swimming February ?5th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Saturday, February Public Swimming Sunday, February 27 Public Swi Family Sv. Monrlov, February NOON HOUR ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Ti't rV.-biuc'y 22nd- I'ILC Public Skctina Wednesday, February 23rd Beginners Skating Mc'lirts Pre-schoolers free rka Publ.r. Skating Public Skalincr Satura'ay, February 26th Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, February Beginners Skating Public Skating ___ Family Skating HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Thursday, February 24lh- Publii Sknlmg Friday, February Fublic Saturday, Febluary 26lii- Publir Skating Monday. March Free Public Skatinrj......... CIVIC ICE CENTRE Thursday, February 2rflh- Publir Skatinq Friday, February JSIh- ftcc Public Sknling Sunday, February 27lh- nVfimm-rS Skating NOTE: There will bo no Public Sliating at llle Henderson Ice Centre on Fr.u'ny eueninri Feb. 25 from p.m. nor nl the Civic Ice Centre en Sal. evening Feb. 26 from p.m. nor Sun. cillemoon, Feb. 27 Ii om p.m. clue to previous booking commitments. p.r 4-00- p.m. p.m. ncj noon 2-00- D -1. p m. p