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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 38, 197Z 1H8 UTHBRIDGE HERAID 9 ITV HIGHLIGHTS: .MONDAY SPECIAL: 7 p.m., Cli. 7. A TV 7 production showing the installations in Cheyenne and the Malmsirom air force base at Great Falls. ItEVUli: David Krasl Sliow, p.m., Cli. 7. Tony Randall is the guest star on this revue which lakes a look at the seven arts from Paganini to Picasso. UOCTOll IIUAJIA: SHfilical Centre, p.m., Cli. 13. 3da Lupino as a woman who mysteriously turns against Gannon after he saves her husband's life. CKIMIi DHA1MA: Cannon, p.m.. Cli. 7. An insurance agent probes a murder he committed himself with Cannon, unwittingly, trying to clear the prime suspect. CHIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., C'h. U. All unpopular musician who left a cryptic musical clue to his killer's identity. ISTEllVIEW: David H'osl, 12 midnight, C'n. Wom- en's lib is the topic of a 90-minutc interview with Gloria Steinem; the publisher of the new magazine and others. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Francis of 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A biography of the Kith century saint who founded the Franciscan order. CRIME DRAMA: Cade's County, p.m., Cli. 13. Noted character actor Will Geer stars in this study of an affably ruthless town boss. Belfast: a city with two faces liy IllC'IIAltl) 1'AIIIS BELFAST (Renter) Belfast is a city with two faces. One is Ihc ordered facade of any simi- lar Brilisli other, the pained expression of a city wracked by violence. The contrast is frightening. A visitor walking down the main street, window-shopping in Hie familiar chain stores, can be lulled into a false feeling he is in Liverpool, Glasgow, Man- chester or a half dozen other British cities. Suddenly he is brought back I to reality. Turning a corner, he is confronted by a lino of grim- faced soldiers in camouflaged battle-dress, machine-guns and rifles at the ready. The soldiers are there to keep a civilian population from eacli other's throats and to suppress the activities of the outlawed Irish Republican Army, dedicated to the eventual reunification of Ireland. Their acts of violence are almost a daily event. British troops have been in Northern Ireland since. August, 1969. In that time 50 of them have been killed. In the same period, about 200 civilians have shot by the army, others in bloody rioting between Roman Catholic and Protestant factions. The two religious groups have lived together in tension and anxiety since the 1920's wben six counties of Northern Ireland split with the the Republic of dc- cioed to stay with the British Crown. The tension blew up into viol- ence in October 1908. Riots out in Londonderry fol- lowing a mounting civil rights campaign by the North's Catholics. .They complained Ihey were unfairly treated in the distribution of jobs, housing and social amenities in general in comparison to the one million Protestants. Ten months later the first kill- Lake Louise resort backed CALGARY (CP) Industry Minister Fred Peacock says would be ridiculous" not to go ahead with a proposed resort at Lake Louise in Banff Na- tional Park. Addressing members of his constituency in Calgary Curric, he said if it was a virgin area he would be against the plan, but "the lash is already there, trees have been cut and much of the wildlife is gone al- ready.'' What is really involved in the project is "improving a facility that is already he said. "The lifts are there now and the national parks are there sSQ UJ'MRN At BE R T A ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pragrami are lifted by the ratjio.a'nd television ttatloru. Any variation In pnisrom ii dm to lait- mlnute changes by Hie itatibni and If not the reipon- tibility of the Herald or Stereo end Photographic Centre. CHEC if Rogci Channon with Contemporary Spoils Morley McGill with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Beryl Clark Jim Sficarci Barry Hogland CHEC-Line Total Information John Oliver Beryl Ciark cjoc MONDAY NIGHT Show World at Six TUESDAY Request Action CBC News Rob Ingram Jim Elliott John Walker Phono Dill Shew Doug Anderson Wayne Barry News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Party Rob Ingram World at Six if CHEC FM News on the Hour on the Half Hour MON. THRU SAT, Don MacMaster Concert (Bob Consie) Don MacMaster Don Hedmsn a.m. Sign-Off Radio 1010 Caigar> MONDAY NIGHT World a! Six As IT Happens ideas Network 8-03 Bringing Beck Nev.-s Future Off the Record Hews. Wthr, Snort 10-10 From The Capitals TUEi-UAY Five Nights A Eye Opener WefK World at Eight Ho World at Six CARDSTON Mayfair Thecrfre "A BULLET FOR SANDOVAL" In color. Starring George Hilton and Ernest Borgnine. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 28, 29 and March 1. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW In color. Starring Rock Hudson. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Febru- ary 28, 23 and March 1. Monday show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "DOCTOR'S WIVES" In color. Starring Dyan Can- non and Richard Crenna. Moday and Tuesday, February 28 and 29 Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. JUST ARRIVED COLOR The World's Finest Color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" Single Gun Picture Tube. Supply Limited. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo ana irhotoifiapinc Centet 419 5fh St. S. Phone 328-6925 ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL (In co-operation with the Dept. of Culture, Youth and Recreation) Present MAREK JABLONSKI in Concert Yates Memorial Centre Friday, March 3rd, p.m. Tickets at Leisters: ADULTS STUDENTS COMING! SUNDAY, MARCH 26th ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Tickets at Leisters COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBR1DGE CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevisfon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT irtitn or Consequrnc.-s Teleprobo '.Vrrkl Time Out 11 ;JS Th" A venee fV3Q Irilh "2 -15 W UJESDAV Frost Rpvue E.r-O form one] City Roc t Pag CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT ri-c-nc v PierCc Rrrt! Dny the Clock HT.O Another World Anvlhmg You Can Star Trek lalrnt Showcase (c) World Around U3 AAaiJLai Centre Nichoh Pit) .ind Whistle Ironside News Njqht, r.r> f-l David Frn-.r KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) Doctors News (c) in Another World ft-M I'lufh (C) u of Might Doris Day (t c.ilr rf CYnlury I.M Lnve American ,1! KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11} MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAr tl.MMflkn n Dp.ll (O AiWNftWS NPWS Ncwlywrd Gamo Bcwltcnoii (c) f.iptnln K.inrinroo Ncws 7-nfl Fol Do Rol (1-iij Din.ili's Place Secret Storm (c) Latanw (c) One Lite to Live The Blup WUX Pt. Audrey (c) 3.M nur Lives (r) 9-30 9-.1o n.iHnnimi Gourmet Miir-pi'M Sporlimdn Wheie tnc He.irt Is Tlirne on n 10-00 NuwS i n.ilinn ICKin Sanlord .ind Srnnh lor -fill " Girl 11 00 Movie- A PdMi til lomonow ftftwltchfd Dlya My Children PassworO ad SWIMMING p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 00- p.m. 8-00 p.m. p.m. FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, March 1 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday, March 3 NOON HOUR SWIM........... Public Swimming Saturday, Mar.-h" A- Fublic Sunday, Anarch 5 Public Family Swimming Monday, March 6-- NOON HOUR SWIM SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE February 29 Free Public Skating Wednesday, Mnrfii 1- Bcginnci s Skating Friday, March 3 Mothers Prrj-Stiioolci', Fire Skotincj noon Public Skatinq p.m. S-Tlnrdny, Mntrli A. PuNiu Public OVnfinri Sunday, March 5 Boninncrs Skating Public Skntinn Family Sl-ntinn HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Salurclay, Mnrch 4-- Public Monday, March 6- Fior Publk Sknling CIVIC ICE CENTRE Fridny, Moirh f'roe PuhliV. M-niinf) 4 00- 'ntutdny, Matrh -1 Public Sknlinq p.m. Sunday, March 5 Rroinners Skating p.m. Public Skating P-m- NOTE; Tlirre will ho no Public Sknlinfl nl the Hondcnon ko Onli'P on Friclfiy c von my, March 3, 1972 from p.m. clue to previous booking com- mitments. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. for recreation purposes. Milli- ons of people now use the park each year so the extra people the project mil attract won't make that much difference." Plans for the S30 million, two- site development were released by the national parks branch earlier this month. Imperial OU Ltd. and Lake Louise Lifts Ltd. are partners in Vil 1 a g e Lake Louise Ltd. which is to build the centre. Imperial Oil is about 65 per cent owned by Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. A public hearing into the mat- ter is to be held here next week. Ironworkers go 011 strike o at Calgary CALGARY