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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HSGHUGHTSi .MOMI.IV SPECIAL: NOIIAN, 7 p.m., Cll. 7. A TV 7 production showing the installations in Cheyenne and the Malinstrom air force base al Grcal Falls. I1EVUE: Diiviil Kmsl Klimv, p.m., Cll. 7. Tony Randall is the guesl slur on this revue which lakes a look .It the seven arts from P.'iganini lo Picasso. IPR.U1A: .Wrlicai Ci'llirc, TO p.m., Cli. 13. Ida Lupiuo as a woman who mysteriously turns against Gannon after lie saves her husband's life. CHIME DItA.'MA: Camion, p.m.. Cll. 7. All insurance agent probes a murder he committed himself wilh Cannon, unwittingly, trying (o clear the prime suspect. CHIME DRAMA: Ironside, II) p.m., Ch. ]3. All unpopular musician who left a cryptic musical clue to his killer's identity. ISTEHVIEIV: David iVosl, 11' miiliiiglif. Cii. 13. Wom- en's b'b is Ihc topic of a so-minutc interview wilh Gloria Sleinpm; Ihe publisher of Ihe new magazine and others. TUESDAY MOVIE DIIAMA: "Francis of 1 p.m., Cll. 13. A biography of ilia Kith century saint who founded the Franciscan order. CRIME DRAMA: Cade's County, cii. U. Noted character actor Will Gcer stars in Uiis study of an affably ruthless town boss. Belfast: a city with two laces lly ItlC'IIAltl) PARIS BELFAST (Renter) Belfast is a cily with two faces. One is Ihc ordered facade of any simi- lar Urilish other, Ilie pained expression ol a city wracked by violence. The contrast i.s frightening. A visitor walking down Ihe main sired, wind'.'W-.vhfjpping in Ihc familiar chain stores, can lie lulled into a false feeling he is in Liverpool, Glasgow, Man- chester or a half dozen other British cities. Suddenly he is brought back j lo reality. Turning a corner, he is confronted by a line of grim- faccJ soldiers in camouflaged battle-dress, machine-guns and rifles al the ready. The soldiers are there to keep a civilian population from each other's Ihroals and lo suppress the aclivilies of the outlawed Irish Republican Army, dedicated lo Ihc eventual reunification of Ireland. Their ac-Ls of violence are almost a daily event. British troops have been in Northern Ireland since Augusl, 19G9. In that lime no of lliem have been killed. In the same period, aboul 200 civilians have shol by Ihe army, others in bloody rioling between Roman Calhohc and Prolestanl faclions. The I wo religious groups have lived logelher in tension and anxiely since (he when six counties of Norlhcrn Ireland split with the Ihc Republic of de- cided lo slay with the British Crown. The tension blow up ink) viol- ence in October 1908. Riots broke oul in Londonderry fol- lowing a mounting civil rights campaign by the North's Catholics. .They complained Ihey were unfairly trcalcd in Ihc distribution of jobs, housing and social amenities in general in comparison to the one milb'on Prolcslants. Ten months later the first kill- Lake Louise resort backed CALGARY (CP) Industry Minister Fred Peacock says "it would be ridiculous" not lo go ahead wilh a resort al Lake Ixmise in Banff Na- tional Parlc. Addressing members of his constituency in Calgary Currie, he said if it was a virgin area he would be against the plan, but "the lash is already there, Irces have been cut and much of Ihe wildlife is gone al- ready." What is really involved in Ihe project is "improving a facility that is already lie said. "The lifts are there now and the national parks are Lhere ALBERTA ANfM JVC Radio 4 w HNuLy a listings Pragnmi rodio.and tetavitten ttatjam. Any variation In program icheduh ii du. latt- mlnul. chngtfi byilm ttQtlUni and Ii not the reipon- ilbllhy of (hi Herald or Anglo Dlttrlbutor. Stereo and Photographic CHEC Royci Clicirmoii wilh Conlemporory Spoils Moilcy McGill wifh Contemporary News 13.00 Total Information John Oliver MONDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark BrOO Barry Hcglflnd Jack TUESDAY Jim Sricarcr CHEC Line 10. Off Lea Dotv CJOC MONDAY NIGHT Shov; World al Six TUESDAY Request Aclion i'OO CBC Nnws Rob Ingram Jim EllioM LM John Walker Phone Dill shew Doug Anderson W C5 Wayne Barry 0 Beryl Clark News and Drain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Rob Ingrarn 6.00 World al CHEC FM News on the Hour on fhe Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMastcr Concprl (Bob Consic) 3 00 Don MacMaaler 6 00 Don Hedman a m. Sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Like Turcpe Common' World a! Six News 9 GD World 31 As ir Happens Klens Network This Coui Bringing BecV, Ihe 13 03 Radio Nt Fulure Off llic Record holiday News. Wlhr. Snorl Schools From The Capilals TUESDAY Max Five Nigllls A Eye Opener Home Ri Week s.oa World al Elghi World al Six JUST ARRIVED COLOR The World's Finest Color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" Single Gun Picture Tube. Supply Limited. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and flkotoylapliic Centel 419 5ih 51. S. Phons 328-6922 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A BULLET FOR SANDOVAL" In color. Starring Gcorfic Hillnn and Ernest Borgnmc. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 28, and March 1. Monday show at p.m. Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PHCTTY JIAIDS AJ.L ]N A HOW In color. Starring Hock Hudson. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Febru- ary 20, 28 and March 1. Monday show at p.m. Re- stricled Adull. TABER Tower Theatre "DOCTOR'S WIVES" In color. Starring Dyan Can- non and Richard CVenna. Moday and Tuesday, February 211 and 29 Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL (In co-opemlion with the Depl. of Culture, Youth and Recreation) Present MAREK JABLONSKI in Concert Yates Memorial Centre Friday Mnrch 3rd, p.m. Tickets at Leislers: ADULTS STUDENTS COMING! SUNDAY, MARCH 26th ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Tickets af Leisters CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Iruin cr 11 P3 Nc-. 11 2G Telcj 1! M Our 7.30 Daviri Frrsl Piirlritlge I Canncn 9.JG rionl P.HJI- Al.ifi ,if Ihc CFCN Leihbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Slcir Irc-l. Tfllrn! NichnK PKI nr IronMdr Ncv.i Nicihlr r- 11..10 rvnriuh n Anolhrr World 0 Anvlhmg You C KRTV Great Palis Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) 7'00 Toil.iy Slirw fc) M 00 Doclnr', Doris D.iy d 1 fl.OO Co. k.-yrti Cowiioyi of Ciiliifl County fc) IB-OO Nc.vs (c 10 .10 Tnnnih! MM-.V TUF.SOAY A.15 Our Worm KFBB-TV Great Falls Cl'.unncl 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} MONDAY NIGHT ll.nOMnkr n nr.il (c) Nrv.s U OH Gnmo Dowilcnoii (c) Knnnaroti Ncws 7.00 Tol Do Rol Place liOOSrcrct Storm (c) Movie: fcM LdLanno (c) K.lfl One Life fo Live Tnn Dlue Mflx Pi. 1 Audrey (r) J.RO Our Llvrs (r) Aniorlt.in n.iUniunn Gtiurmrt Gfhnr.H Mo-.R-ial -Snorl-inirtn HH- Is Thrno on tJi'i-.-- (i i n.illnn r.nino 10. JO Snnlotd .ind fn-n d r lh.it Girl 11.00 Movie. A Pnlili ol Itunnriow -i-.m nti-u My Children PsssworO COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CFTY OF LETHBRIDGE end SKATING. SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITI SICK POOL Wednesday, March 1 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday. Marcli 3- NOON HOUP. SWIM Swimming ScituirJny. Mnrrli" A Public Swimming Sunday. March 5- Swin-.ming NOON HOUR SWIM SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, February 29 frrc Pivhlir Slrn.ing Wrdnridoy, 1 Bcginnors Skaiing rridoy, Mnrrh 3 Mnlhors ft Prn-Scli Tublic Snturclny. Mnrfh 4 PuHiL Hrlin-i Tuhlic -Sijnelny, March 5 Public Sknhnn Family HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Solurcloy, Mnrch 4 Public Monday, Mnrdi 6 Troc- Puhln Sltnling CIVIC ICE CENTRE Tridny, Moirli ;i 12.00. p.m p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 1 00- p.m. 6.CO- 8-00 p.m. p.m. J-00 p.m. 8-OO.p.m. Tire Staling noon p.m. 00 p.m 1 p.m. 2-30 p.m. 3-00- p.ni. p.m. ?.00- J 00 p.m. 5.30' p.m. p.m. 'nlufdoy, Mnich Public Skulinri Sunday, Marcli -ri Rrninnr-rs Sknling 1 :00- p.m. Public Sibling p.m. N01E; Tlirro will lia no Public Sknling t.1 the Hcndfrlon Icn Crnlip on Fritlny ovonmy, Mnrch 3, 1972 from p.m. due (o previous boohing toni- milmonls. for recreation purposes. Milli- ons of people now use the park each year so the extra people Uie project will attract won'l malic that much diflercncc." Plans for the S30 million, two- site development were released by the national parks branch earlier this month. Imperial Oil Ltd. and Lake Louise Lifts Lid. are partners in Vil 1 a g e Lake Louise Ltd. which is to build Ihe cenlre. Imperial Oil is about G5 per cent owned by Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. A public hearing inlo the mat- ter is to be held here next week. Ironworkers go on strike at Calgary uri'iiiTcd and ihc army was brought in. The visitor is made aware of Northern Ireland's troubles the moment he arrives. On landing at Aldergrovc airport all pas- sengers are subjected to a thor- ough search of all their baggage ''fo11 security reasons." In the concourse of Hie air terminal a large blackboard warns: "Passengers (ravelling by car to Belfast should avoid I h c following Road, A n d e rs own Road, Springfield Road, Falls Road." Armed British troops patrol the terminal building. Others are onLsicle in parkcL jeeps. PICTUIIE CHANGES On the roundabout trip into Uic city the visitor sees for the first time the [win faces of Bel- fast. Hie 14-mile trip passes through of calm, orderly bouses in Ihe outer suburbs Closer in, the face changes to one of gutted shops, burned out buildings, sand-bagged emplace- ments, boardecl-up shop win and army patrols. The various religious areas are easily discernible. On one side of the road, buildings and are splashed with large while painted slogans reading "Up Ihc IRA" and Pigs Out." This is a Catholic area. Or. the other side of the road Protestant signs read "U.V.F." Ulster Volunteer Protcstants's answer to the more inno- cently "Buy British." On both sides of the road, on houses and shops, are "for sale" signs. Monday, February 28, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID 9 SNOWBIRD COMPOSER Composer of Snowbird, Anne Murray's grealest hil, Gene MacLellan gol a sur- prise visit from Ihe singer who gets first choice of any song he wriles. TCP) I roii- n-orkers at Flcxtrac Nodwcll Ltd. went on strike Saturday in a coiilracl dispute mainly in- volving wages. Phil Nickeford, business agent for Local 805 of the In- ternational Association of Bridge, Structural and Orna- mental Iron Workers Union, said 136 workers are off their jobs. Pickets have been set up at the southeast plant. The union and Flexlrac are apart on overtime, which the union wants on a voluntary ba- sis, and wages. The company has offered a pay increase of 60 cents an hour on a 32-month contract while the union is seeking 90 cents in a two-year agreement. Pay under the last contract, which expired July 9, ranged from S2.59 an hour to S3.83. A meeting was held Sunday in an attempt to reach a settle- ment. The workers voted over- whelmingly Wednesday lo strike, and bolh sides have re- jected a conciliation board re- port made Feb. 9. Flexlrac makes heavy-duty, all-terrain vehicles used large- ly in the petroleum industry. Clubbed woman, gels life lerm REGINA (C'P) Norman Gerald Bum-get, 18. of Regina was sentenced lo life in prison j for clubbing an old lady to death. Court was lold that B o u r gel killed Eliza Dubois, about 70, durin? a purse-snatching at- tempt on a Regina street last 1 fall. j Pipeline bid hearing set OTTAWA The Na- I lional Energy Board will begin a hearing April 5 into an ap- i plica t i o n by Intel-provincial 1 Pipe Lino Co. lo build BO miles of pipeline. iried among pcallercd locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, plus 18 miles ot pipeline near Smillii-illc. Out- -e chapter drummed