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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sdluriltiy, February 36, 1972 .jiilna T> scries oul. ur> The (Vrp. nn- nounml I'.rre Thi1 ks of J.Unn series, ninvn'ly Lvmg lelei-asl bv (Ws Jsh iKMvvrk. "ill be cui to 1_ eptsodos froni IS. blamed (he cutKu'k on K'llxT problems. It mimmncod Ihr sale I'li I'piMido.s of the scries lo Tluinu's Television Ltd., of Givai Britain. S.VVl'S SMITEl) OTTAWA (CP> Some of rt.-ivil sl.irtii'.c in .'line fur tele- cv.st earl) ne.M U'.ir, Ix? in- r-v.ised by ene w thai tliero rlie snap went out of the foim- will be n loi.il 25 episodes in I dalion garment industry last Die over-nil SINGLE MINGLE OTKO a year we open our private tlub to the public. The club is designed for single ndulti over 30. DRESS For The Ladies After 5 Attire For The Men SUIT and TIE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 327-1442 year. Suin.Mic-s Canada report- ed here lluii shipments totalled 1.82 million dozen, down 3.7 per I cent from 1970'f 1.86 million I dozen. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Conservatory MIDSUMMER EXAMINATIONS 1972 HIGHLIGHTS SATUIUMY SI'OHT: Iro Hockey, 6 p.m., C.'li. 7. The Vancouver Can- ucks meet IJic Maple Leafs in Toronto. CISI.MF, DRAMA: Fill, S p.m., fh. 13. "Tile Corruplor" tells about on unknown criminal about, to commit nn un- known crime. MOVIE DRAMA: "God's Lilllc !1 p.m., Cli. 7. The story of a Georgia farmer obsessed wilh finding gold on his land. MOVIE COMEDYi "Tile Cockeyed Cowboys ol Calico Coimly." 0 p.m., Cli. 13. A whimsical yarn ntont a mail- order bride who doesn't show her impersonator does. Dan Blocker stars in this repeal show. 5UGIC, KSP: Amazing Vt'orM of Krcskiu, p.m., Ch. 13, Kreskin demonstrates his enviable talents ill a poker game. Pay tor lock of hair from head of Louis Rid ara MARCH 1 5 fo- und APRIL 1 for Pra In til C-.-nlrei, Tlioor- held on May le'hbridgc Ropreienl Mrj.Maigarol Gei 1265 Avenue MONTREAL (CPj A group of Western Canadians paid J: Thursday night for a lock o; hair supposedly from the heac of Metis leader Louis Kiel, Ber- e! nurd Amtmann, owner of Mont- !'jri-iil Book Auctions Ltd., said i today. j The hair, framed in glass with i issue of the Regina Daily Leader describing Kiel's 1 execution Nov. 10, 1885, had DON'T M Monday, to p.m. CFCN-TV LETHBRIDCE-CHAHNEJL 13 gas company is pleased to bring you R (jrscingting view o( a world of natural wonders. A world we can help preserve through understanding and responsible use of resources. Your host tor these cotertij and Inter- esting specials Is Edgar T. Jones- Make the lasl Monday or each rnon'.h R TV viewing musl for your family. Watch the fourth in the series, Monday. February 28, 7 pjn. "BENEATH THE SURFACE" Q fhriTllng view of the fascinating world under our inland bodies of waler. Future specials In this series: Hisioy-Movjaf, March 27, 1973 produced and presented by companv LimrreD Serving 1912 been owned by Dennis U Thornton of Winnipeg. The Westerners, known as the 49Ui Parallel and described by Mr. Amtmam as the "poor man's also bought a candlestick, purportedly used on Kiel's council table. i Mr. Amtmann said (lie task ol! the 49th Parallel is "to preserve objects and material o[ Cana- dian interest for winch insuffi- cient interest is shown by ap- propriate authorities." Tlie edition of the newspaper said Kiel "died like a man and a a man of soundest mind, a sane and beautiful death." In his last moments of life, the paper said, he held and kissed an ivory and silver cruci- fix, lie was pale his face looked most intel- lectual." FANS Saskatchewan drinkers drink more Canadian rye whisky than any oilier alcoholic bev- erage, except beer. MOVIE DRAMA: "Odds Against p.m., Cli. 7. A strange trio come together to pull n bank job. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Best or 12 mid- Cli. 13. The slory of three Manhattan career girls who seek financial success and emotional security. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, a.m., Cli. 3. The Pittsburgh Penguins1 meet the Canadiens in Montreal. SPORT: Pro Basketball, 12 noon, Cli. 11. The New York Knicks meet Ihe Baltimore Bullets at College Park, Md. SPORT; Pro 2 p.m., Cli. 9. The Jackie Gleason Inveirary Classic from lolh to lltlh boles from Florida. SPOUT: Skiing, 1 p.m., Cli. 13. World Cup Ski Races held at Banll with Nancy Greene Raine reporiing. SPECIAL: CO Minutes, 4 p.m., Cli. 9. Coverage of Presi- dent Nixon's activities in China with visits to Hangchow and Shanghai before departing for home. J10V1E DRAMA: "Run, Simon, p.m., Cli. 13. In contemporary Arizona an Indian Is torn between ven- geance and his love for a white woman. SPECIAL.' The Circus, 6 p.m., Cli. 9. Dick Shawn Is host lor tho 102nd edition ol the Greatest Show on Earth. SPECIAL: Bob Hope, 7 p.m., Cli. 9. Milton Boric. Sam- my Davis Jr., Petula Clark and Juliet Prowsc join Bob in an hour of vaudeville skits. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Cli. 13. Pete and Line try to help a parolee return the jewelry he stole. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show, S p.m., Cli. 7. Guests are Sammy Davis Jr., Lily Tomlin and Ed McMahon. SPECIAL: Harlem Globe Totters, 8 p.m., Cli. 9. Many celebrities join the Globetrotters in this exhibition game against the Boston Shamrocks. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Whileoaks ol Jalna, 9 p.m., Cli. 7. Another episode of this saga taken from the Jalna books. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: W3, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A report on the current situation in Rhodesia as reported by Michael Mac- lear. CRIME DRAMA: Mannlx, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Mannk la stranded in the desert while his impostor pulls off an jewel swindle. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A mov- ing and highly personal interview with Sheik Mujibur Rah- man, prime minister of Bangladesh. MONDAY.. MOVIE 1J11AMA: "Tread Softly 1 p.m., (.'li. T. A beautiful but scheming woman causes hvo brolheis to rob and kill Lo win her favors. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. An old' lady in modem-day London attempts to buy a Ian at an auction with flashbacks on the history ol Uic fan and its owner. C.J.O.C. Presents Monday, March 6th at p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baker Earl Tennant Frank Day-Mike Schmidt Jack Bunning ALLIED COUNCIL JABLONSKI CONCERT MEMORIAL MARCH 26th BALLET COMPANY Tickets available at ANGLO'S Pragrami ari liilad by Ihi radio and Itlivlilon Any variation In program ichedulo li duo to lait- mlnuto changei by Iho itatleni and li not nipon- llblllfy of Ihe Htrald ar Anglo Dlitrlbulon Stereo and Photogrophlc Centre. CHEC ir Roger Channon with Contemporary Morley McGill whh Contemporary SATURDAY Leo Dow Leo Dow Beryl Clark Jack Newfeld Total Inform John Charlea Barry Hegland MONDAY Jack Newfeld Jim Shearer John Oliver SUNDAY f.a Chec-lina Beryl Clark SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls News inside from thi Oulslde CJDC Newi Christian Sclenca Volco of Prophecy Sunday Magazine News Continental Holiday Rob Ingram Daryl Ferguson Remember When BlBckfool Indian Program News Pete Snow Nev, Doug Anderson SUNDAY i: CO News Rob Ingram ______ Atlantic Symphony Cross Country Blackloot Indian Check-Up Program NHL Hockey Solo The Entcrlainers CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Hour of Decision Sunshine EvanQal Concern MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, Sporl Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Proba 1220 News, Wlhr, Bporl News ond Grain Prices Jack Thys Rob Ingram Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Charlei Jock Newfcld SUNDAY Leo Pow Jack MewIclrJ Barry Hegland Radio 1010 Calgary Jaiz Canadians SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal Jazz lor the Leicuranons symphony Hall "-03 lnside lrom me News CBC Slage Outside Collage Distinguished 11.30 NHL Pittsburgh Don Sims SliO' Arlisls alMonlreal Anthology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Slories Sunday Morning Winler Olympics Musci Scene MON'DAY Conlinelal Holiday Eye Opener Cross-Country World a I B Check up World at Capital Report This Counlry Remember When Radio Noon Sunday and Friends Schools ___ _ ___ r._. Sound of Sporl Max Ferguson Sunday Magazine Sunday Theatre Home Run Sunday Supplement Gilmour't Albums World al Six JUST ARRIVED fli SONY 17 COLOR TELEVISION The World's Finest Color TV. Featuring tho new "Trinitron" Single Gun Picture Tube. Supply Limited. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Photogtaplilc Centel 419 5fh St. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny NHL Country TIlTii Movie. God's LIHIi Acn News Provincial Attain Teleprobe Safety Roundup Struggle (or a Border Fulure Shock Counlry Canada Wildlife Unlimited Nalions Business Telcprolje 7 t-ocus on U of L MONDAY Farm and City Today Rwch for (he Top Romper Room 0-DO Beyond tire Mirage Mr. Dress Up Focus on U of L Aiberla Schooli :M Encounter Friendly Giant Our Changing World New Majority and Chez Movie: Odds News Against Tomorrow Audubon (c) lelene SUNDAY Crossroads (c) Niyen Miller Spiderman TBA Fallh for Today Fireball XL-5 Caplain Scarlet Sesame Street Miday-Our Town Movie: Tread SoMly Stranger _____ Take 30 imy SlcwBrt 3i3o Edge ot Night (c) Flip Wilson Family Court Whilsoaks or Jain- Drop In Weekend Trutn or CorSft- Newi quenccs Tne Hunch Dick Van The Jir CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Kingo Bingo News Pentecost P Oil Report World Tomo RoMin on Ihe River Wild Kinqdc Sp. University of Air House of Frighl- FBI Movie: Cotkeycd Cowboys rrom Calico County (c) Newi Night Cap (c) Kreskin Movie: Best of Everything (c) SUNDAY World Cup Skiinq Movie- Run (r.l Room 222 Mod Sqund (c) Eddies Fnlher W5 Mannix (c) News Thought for Day Nightcap (c) 4-H ClubtlmH (c) R.nnr, Day of Discovery11250" Report Oral Roberts TBA Rural Report David Frnr Window on Britain Rex Humbard (c) MONDAY Market Place (c) Thought for Day row "-D1 Propram 111 lights (c) Fa.shloni r-irionr. Trancall fr) Simon 10 00 In Cnnvprwillon All Acoul Fecel Ed Allen Pierre Berton Bcwilched Best Ihn Clock Movie: The Fan Whnt'i the Good Word Another World Anylhlng You Do J-ffll Fllntslonei Buckshot KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY Jac.Hle GlMScn Salp of Ccniury Squares (c) JI-00 Heo Halional Ger> Animal World ornphic "SerengeH" Si'ly TO.rxi Jpopardv (c) 7. 00 Bold Ones Me find Ihe Who, Wnaf, W America (c) t.OO Ringling Bros in- SUNDAY Tom and Jerry 7.30 Groovie Coolies 8-00 The Law and You Movie i Look Up and Live TBA Kathryn Kur-.lman Laredo (cl Barrier Roof MONDAY 10.00 Camera Thrct Our Worlrl Face the Nation Salule Aqri Meet the Press Today Show Soi As Ihe 'World Tumi Bob Hope Special News (c The Doclon (c) Anolher World Edge of Ninht Love Amtrican sryle Family Affair I ucy Show Gnmcr Pylc My Three Son! (c) NHL Piltsburoh Today In Montana News (c) at Montreal (c) Concentration (c) 5.00 NDC Nightly News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Cdplriln Kangaroo Placn ,1 SATURDAY NIGHT Alias Smith and Jonrs (r) Lawrni Insight Direction Issues and Ans NBA New Movifi: Two for thi Money (c) 00 ThA Slxlh Long Street tc) News News (c) Dick Cavett SUNDAY Farm News The Chrislophen Sacred Ht-arl Tills II the LIU Revival Fires (c) Here Comes 00 nullv-inkle (c) Milko i) Wish Billic J. Oracion nnd Mr. MONDAY load (c) Form Nr 9 in Kiiffl whcra Hi" Herirt tj Nr.ws (rl Tomorrow All My Chllrlrrn MLdke a Di-al (c) vlywcd Gamo Amprircn 9 Tfl Sporlsmsn Championship Auto Rfldnf) Sporls HigNighli Mfln (c) Wild Kintidom (c) N Lasslo (c) News Sonny flnd Clier l-Oi) f.pcrr-f Slr.rm (r) 7-00 Million IjM ORP Lilc lo Live H3I ol Our LlvM Movie: Gcnernl Hospltnl Ttirj DlUfl MflX Pt. T on n Match 11-00 News Dnlinn G-imB New) lli.il "Girl HflCdh nPAilrtiptl I'.r.sv.urtl (r) 'i NPWS C.J.O.C. GEORGE JONES TAMMY WYNETTE SHOW THURSDAY, MARCH 9th p.m, at the EXHIBITION PAVILION _________Al'Children 14yrs. ond Under "ADMITTED FREE" (Accompanied by Parents) Advance Tickets Available at -VIUSICLAND MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP LEISTER'S ;