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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS DNDAY DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Center, 6:30 p.m., Ch. 13. A woman with a tragic past and a shaky future. SCIENCE FICTION: "The Stranger", 7 p.m., Ch. 9. A pilot for a possible series about the adventures of a US. , astronaut stranded on a twin planet of Earth. INTERVIEW: Judy LaMarsh, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Bill Mat'he-son interviews Judy during her recent visit to Lethbridge and the topics range from politics to the discrimination against women. DRAMA: Circle of Fear, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a dead doctor who strikes back at his wife through the hands, eyes and vocal chords he donated to others. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 7. Cannon hunts a mass murdered but many things cloud the facts. COMEDY: Sanford and jSon, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Father and son split up after an argument and the program shows how they try to get along without each other. SPECIAL: Man at the Center, io p.m., Ch. 7. This special on photography is the history of modern art. . .SPECIAL: Burt Bacharach - Opus No. 3, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Comedy with music to match and starring Peter Ustinov as the great composer Beethoven. MOVIE DRAMA: "Made For Each Other", 12:35 a.m., Ch. 7. A real oldie about a young wife struggling to save her new-born baby and make her husband amount to something. TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Silver City", 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A silver prospector sets out to avenge himself against his thieving partner. ANGLO'S 'rogromXre lilted by the radio.! Radio & TV Listings Pro^rdwJire Kited 1�y;�j�e radioi'and television stations. ft. Any variationi in progrdrn schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations .and is not the respon- , sibility of the Herald air, Anglo. Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. ; ' " * CHEC if Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10:00 Chec Trading Post 1:00 Grain Prices  5:00 Buryl Clark 11:00 Leo Dow �.,, raM ,� )hB � ,nft 6:55 Farm News 12:00 John Oliver 1-01 Call of the Land 8:25 Bob Hesketh 12:15 Farm News 8:35 Chec-line 12:20 Cattle Prices 3:00 Dave King 7:00 Jack Neufeld CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport - Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch - Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT 5:00 Probe 1220 6:00 World at Six 6:35 John walker RequSst Line 8:00 John Charles 12:00 Barry Hegland TUESDAY 6:00 CBC News 6:05 Jim Elliott 8:35 Phone Bill shew 10:05 Joan Waterfield - Jim Elliot 1:00 News and Drain Prices 1:05 Jack Thys Party Line 4:05 John Walker 5:00 Probe 1220 6:00 World at Six ir CHEC FM News, Wthr., Sports -MONDAY thru SAT. master 6:00 a.m. Don Mac-10:00 Bob Concie Hourly 2:00 Don Macmaster 6:00 Don Hedman * CBR * Radio 1010 - Calgary MONDAY NIGHT 4:03 Home Run 6:00 World at Six 6:30 As It Happens 8:03 Between Ourselves 9:00 Quebec Now ,.........____.. 10:00 News, Wthr, Sport 8:05 Calgary Eye 10:10 From the Capitals Opener 10:15 Five Nights a Week 9:13 This Country 10:30 Ideas 11:30 Grooveyard TUESDAY 5:30 Warmup 6:05 Eye Opener 8:00 World at Eight 12:03 Radio Noon 1:55 Stock Market 2:03 Schools 2:30 Max Ferguson 3:03 Bob Kerr 4:00 BBC News 4:05 Home Run 6:00 World at Six SEE IT - IT'S NEW AT ANGLO NEW TC 85 SONY TAPECORDER Features - push button controls, aux. jack for recording from radio, TV, 35V' speaker, adaptor, earphone, carrying case, remote control microphone. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stereo an J Pholoyiapftic Centex 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Law CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Ceblevisfan Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT 11:35 Roller League 5:00 Hollywood Squares 12:35 Movie: Made 5:30 CJOO News For Each Other 6:00 Time Out tiieiimiv 6:30 World of Skiing TUESDAY '" 6:30 Super Heroes 7:00 Pinocchio 7:30 Wirnrd of 0?. 8:00 Roy's Place 8:30 News, Farm and City 9:00 Jean Waterfield 9:30 Mr. Dressup ... ______ 10:00 Canadian Schools 11:20 News, Sports, Wthr 10:30 Friendly Giant CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT 5:55 Thought for Day 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6:00 University of Air 6:00 News 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Canada A.M. 8:30 Kareen's Yoga 9:00 Community Calendar 7:00 Comment with Judy LaMarsh 7:30 Going Places 8:00 Partridge Family 8:30 Cannon 9:30 This Is 10:00 Man At Center 11:00 National News The The 10:45 Chez Helene 11:00 Sesame Street 12:00 Pink Panther 12:30 Luncheon Date 1:00 Ed Allen 1:30 Lets Moke a Deai 2:00 Truth or Consequences 2:30 Nancy Miller 3:00 Take 30 3::o Edge of Night 4:00 Family Court 4:30 Drop In 5:00 Hcllywood Squares 6:30 Medical Centre 7:30 Rollin' 8:00 Circle Of Fear 9:00 Sanford and Son 9:30 Pig 'n Whistle 10:00 Burt. Bacharach Special 11:00 News 11:20 News 12:00 Merv Griffin TUESDAY the Clock 12:00 Buckshot 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Movie: Silver City 2:30 Somerset Show 9:05 Fashions In Sewing 3:00 Another World 9:15 Parlons Francais 9:30 Trouble with Tracy 10:00 Eye Bet 10:30 Life Style 11:00 Pierre Berton 11:30 The New Beat the Good 3:30 What's Word 4:00 Anything You Can Do 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 The Brady Bunch KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT 6:45 Salute to Agriculture 11:00 Concentration 7:00 Today Show 11:30 World Turns 8:00 Today in Montana 12:00 News 8:30 Price Is Right 12:30 Doctors 9:00 Sale of Century 1:00 Another World 9:30 Hollywood Squares 1:30 Secret Storm 10:00 Jeopardy 10:30 Who, What, Where Game 10:55 News KFBB-TV Greet Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT 5:00 Password SO News 5.?r.' News 6:00 Bonanza 7:00 Movie: The Stronger 9:00 Laugh-In 10:00 News 10:30 Tonlf'hr Show TUESDAY 6:1S Our World 2:00 Mike Douglas 3:30 Vin Scully Show 4:00 Joker's Wild 4:30 News 5:00 News. 6:00 News 6:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 The Rockies 8:00 Movie: T.B.A, 10:00 News 10:30 Movie: The Corrupt Ones TUESDAY 6:25 Farm News 6:30 News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo � 8:00 News 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9:00 Audrey 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10:00 Where the Heart Is 10:25 News 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:00 All My Children 11:30 Make a Deal 12:00 Newlywed Gam* 12:30 News 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Dinah's Place 3:03 Three on a Match 3:30 Dating Game 4:00 Spilt Second 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Password One good snoot'deserves another Comedian Bob Hope didn't mind comparing his nose of which he will reign as king. The goblet wasn't desiqned with a ram's horn goblet in New Orleans as he tried on for Hope as it is the traditional drinking c"p fortl kng his costume for the Krewe of Bacchus, a carnival parade of the carnival parade. 'Loyalty, vitality hat makes a good mountaineer By SIR EDMUND HILLARY Dispatch of The Times of London LONDON - I was walking along a track high above the Dudh Kosi River in Nepal when a panting mail runner shot past and gave me the news that the 1972 British Everest Expedition was withdrawing from the mountain due to bad weather. Another attempt on the formidable south face of Everest had failed-but expeditions are lining up for years ahead to attempt every route on the mountain. I had followed the progress of this party with a good deal of admiration. A post monsoon attempt on everest has all the cards stacked against it and they had a constant struggle with high winds and unprecedented snowfalls. Bad weather is the common excuse for failure on Everest but this expedition deserved to succeed. They were extremely competent technically; they had the best of equipment and oxygen; and they had clearly developed a powerful team spirit. But they had failed - and I could hardly be surprised considering the weather. Post monsoon is a terrible time to be climbing Everest unless all the luck goes your way. GLORIOUS Above me on the track was the glorious spire of the un-climbed Ku Sang Rang - glorious and yet terrifying. What is it, I wondered, that drives men to scale such places - and wh" r1') some succeed and others fail? You need some luck with the weather, of course, although some men almost seem to make their own luck. It cei--tainly he'ps to have competent organization - although many a good party has muddled their way through to success. It is easy to be arbitrary about the personal qualities required by a good mountaineer. When I came to England in 1953 with the successful Everest expedition I was invited to |_____________ Oxford to_ be_ physiologically; cess are small iods the main physical obstacles are boredom, discomfort, loss of appetite and lethargy, and a general nervous anticipation of what is in store for you over the weeks ahead. My own experience has been that there are certain qualities which make up the "ideal" Himalayan mountaineer - unless the majority of members of your party possess most of them then your chances of sue- tested by Dr. Roger Bannister, the famous four-minute mile. He gave me a torrid time on the treadmill - and I failed miserably. My only excuse was that as an aftermath of the expedition I had been living largely on champagne and smoked Scotch salmon - neither of which could be regarded as the normal diet of a beekeeper. At the end of the tests Bannister shook his head in disbelief and said, "I don't know how you did it!" At a convivial party soon after I was informed by Chris Brasher, the Olympic gold medallist. in the 3,000 metres steeplechase, that the trouble with mountaineers was their lack of fitness in the true athletic sense. Since then, Chris has had much contact with the "hard men" of British mountaineering and his views have modified a good deal - although his original comment about athletic fitness probably has a good deal of truth, in it. DOUBTFUL However, it is doubtful if the finely - trained condition demanded of an athlete would last the course in the long and arduous procedures on a high mountain where for long per- IG1 The University of Lethbridge CONCERT SERIES A RECITAL BY NORA ROSE (MEZZO SOPRANO) JOHN SEARCHFIELD (ACCOMPANIST) YATES fi^^ MEMORIAL CENTRE j $ LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 8:30 P.M. TICKETS: leisters' Music Limited Switchboard Operator, University of Isthbridge Yotes Centre (immediately prior to performance) Adults $2,00 - Students 506 SOUTHERn ALBERTA THEATRES v v '.Movirs rou like -best. CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "HANNIE CAULDER" - In color. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26, 27 and 28. Monday show 8:15 Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM" - In color. Starring Woody Allen, Diane Keaton and Tony Roberts. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26, 27 and 28. Monday show at 7:30 p.m. Adult - Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "COME BACK CHARLESTON BLUE" - In Technicolor. Starring Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques. Monday and Tuesday, February 26 and 27. Monday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult - Not Suitable For Children. TABER - Tower Theatre "THE LAST PICTURE SHOW" - In color. Starring Ben Johnson. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 20, 27, 23 and March 1. Monday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Restricted Adult. The first quality I always look for is vitality - and this has nothing to do with a noisy flamboyance. It can be present in the quietest of people and it is an indication that the life force is strong and vigorous. It is called all sorts of things . . . devil, irrepressible enthusiasm, a live determination. If you have vitality you can come back refreshed after a severe setback. It is more than just physical fitness ... it can indeed persuade a reluctant or inadequate body to superhuman effort. The second highly desirable quality is loyalty - a term that is a little out of fashion these days. Loyalty is the basic element underlying team spirit. It appeared to be rather lacking in the two unsuccessful international expeditions to Everest but was, I feel, one of ths strongest characteristics of our 1953 party. Being loyal does not require a slavish acceptance of any established views but it does ask for a willingness in the final pinch to give the common good precedence over personal ambition. COMPANION Such loyalty in a companion in a moment of danger is a mighty comforting thing. Loyalty is sometimes partially replaced by discipline depending on your temperament and training, although I personally regard this as a somewhat lesser quality. I would only place technical competence in third place - important though it may be in the very difficult climbs now being undertaken. Technical competence without loyalty can be a pain in the neck . . . although any good expedition should be able to handle a couple of sue* characters. There are many examples of men of only moderate technical skill bsing possessed of such spirit that they are both formidable under most types of conditions. Finally, I would always look for a sense of humor. Not only the ability to laugh at jokes or with others - although such people are pleasant to have around - but also that wry humor which can laugh at its own weaknesses and fears. Then there is the man who can make everyone laugh in moments of stress - he is a blessing to any party. Monday, February 26, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - g Toddy sShowtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:00 "Snowball Express" 7:30, 9:35 -Last Complete Show - 9:00 Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:15 9:20 "Wedding in White" 7:40, 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:20 Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:10 "The Getaway" 7:10, 9:20 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Restricted Adult Students suicide TOKYO (Reuter) - Two Japanese students disappointed with their examination results killed themselves by bizarre suicides, police said. A 15-year-old boy rigged up a makeshift electric chair and electrocuted himself while a 13-year-old girl set fire to herself. ISLAND GROUP The British Isles consists of more than 500 islands. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanli Suite 8--304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 tefhbrid>� Hang on to Your Money! LET BLOCK FIGURE YOUR Let BLOCK show you how you could receive a tax COMPLETE credit or eyen .cash even RETURNS though you have no taxable income. See H & R BLOCK, The Income Tax people.   � m iLftcR Itrt GUARANTEE � We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we mako any errors that cost you any penalty or in-terest, we will pay only that penalty or interest. tmis'i Urges! Tax Service With Over 6000 Office! in Nerb America 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9-5 SATURDAY PH. 327-3711 OPEN TONIGHT - NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Lethbridge Community College Harlequin Players Present You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" A Two Act Musical Comedy Featuring all the famous characters from the SchuJtz Cartoon 'PATTY' - 'LUCY' - 'SCHROEDER' - 'LINUS' - 'SNOOPY' and.'CHARLIE BROWN' One day in the event filled life of Charlie Brown YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 1-2-3 EVENINGS AT 8:00 P.M. - MATINEE SATURDAY 2:00 P.M. Tickets On Sale at LEISTER'S MUSIC, 4th Ave. ALL TICKETS $1.00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount a* St. ft 4th Am. South. 327-510* TONIGHT thru THURS. AT 7:00 AND 9:10 P.M. WAIT DISNEY rtotucttens The magic of ,r ^ % en;: will am, notataiTECHNICOLORr Ulaltl^isriey  World eimWiBOhaeyPrateHaai * t WtMNEft OF 3 CANADIJt* FKW AWARDS hboiiih RESTRICTED ADULT paramount � St k 4th Aw. South, 327-5100 SHOWING TONITE AND TUES. AT 7:15 AND 9:30 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema aOtft An & Mtyor Mwath Or. 328-630* NOW SHOWING AT 7:00 AND 9:10 P.M. �STEVE McQUEEN/ALI MacGRAW IN THE GIETAWAY FILMED IN T ODD-AO 35  TECHNICOLOR* COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT - CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE FACILITY Tues., Feb. 27 Wed., Feb. 28 Thurs., Mar. 1 Fri,, Mar. 2 Sat., Mo:. 3 Son., Mar. 4 Man., Mar. 5 FRITZ SICK POOL Noon Hour Swim (Adu ts Only) 12-1 p.m. Noon Hour Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 7:30-9:30 p.m. Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 3:30-5:30 p.m. Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 7:30-9:30 p.m. ADA/Vij PARK ICE CENTRL" Public S-"im - 6 p.m. Public Swim .1-3 p.m. Family Swim 3:30-5 p.m. Public Swim 6-8 p.m. Free Public S' ating 4 - .5:30 p.m. Noon Hour Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 p.m. Beginners' Skatinq 6:30 to 8 p.m. Mothers and Pre-Schoo'ers Free Skate 10-12 Noon Public Skate 7-9 p.m. Public Skating 2-4 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. HENDiRbO.. PARK ICE CENTRE Beginners Skate 1-2:30 p.m. Public Skate 3-5 p.m. Family Skate 6-7:30 p.m. Public Skating 2-4 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Free Public Skating 4 - 5:30 p.m. beginners' Skate 1 - 2:?0 a.m. Public Skate 3-5 p.m. rree Public Skate 4 - 5:30 p.m. NOTE There will be no public skating at the Henderson Pa:k Ice Centre on Friday, March 2nd from 7 to 9 p.m. due" to . previous booking commitment. H � " ;