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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mcndoy, Jonunry 8, 1973 THE LilHEliDiE hivj.10 5 TV HIGHLIGHTS PH THINKS FOOT PRINTS RCMP band switches its tunes LEFT BY SNOWMAN MONDAY SPORT: Holler Derby, K P-tn Ch. 7. Teams from East- era Canadian cities vie for lop paiim in Ihe Canadian Roller Derby Leagues. There are four periods to each game and the learns consist of boih men and women. DOCTOR DRAMA: Mrdical Ccmer, p.m., Ch. 13. She takes meuica] training by day but goes behind pri5on bars at The story of a gifted woman convict who is buter and cynical PROFILE: Slrom-17 >cars, p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of former Credit premier of Alberta who will vacate the leadership of the party early in February. COMEDY: The Panridje Family. S p.m.. Ch. 7 Ane Johnson is the gues; and plays a burglar with some ner- vous Partridges. DRAMA: "Circle of Fear." S p.m., Ch. 13. Firs of Dew series of terror and suspense 25. "Gbos: Story" is re- named and Sebastian Cabo-: is clrocwd CRDLE DRAMA: Cannon. p.m.. Ch. 7. A distraught wife of a missing real estate developer hires Csntt-c-n to find out what happened. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside. io p.m., Ch. 13. Three are prime suspects in an attempted murder of a giriie-inaga- zire editor. MOME DRAMA: Lord Faumleroy.'' a.m.. Ch. 7. An oldie about American boy goes :o England lo live vdu bis cantankerous o'.d uncle. TVESDAY CHILDREN'S SilOiV: frssffie Surd. a.m.. Ch. This show re-turns io Cnannel 7 after a spaie of controversy. MOVIE COMEDY: "Doo'i Raise lie Bridge, Lower the 1 p m., Ch. 13. A farce boa: the marital problems of an American Dromcter with a British wife. ANGLO'S- Piejuuim we fined bjr UK rocCo and dalnn. Any nriafian in pngram tAfiait B dm to lori- dmga by Ui> ddiont and h net Dn rapen- of Ihe HeraM or Anojo Kdribolon Smco and CHEC V.CKOIY FSlDiY C-ri l.X _ M _ _ ______ MOSDAY SIGHT and Cr-'EC ;-r- Rcd'o 1C10 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS c.'id Fholoyiapliic Cenlet 19 5lh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 x PE55CSALIY EVESYTrilNG SELL" CJOC-TV Chonnel 7 iCoblevision Ch. 6) C_FCN Leihbridge Ch. 13 (Cnblevision Ch. 4! J X X R-. X ,-J x ;j i-. KRTV Great Folis Channel 3 (Cablcvisfon Ch. 9) KFSB-rV Greal Falls Chonnel S (Cablevision Ch 11) MOsaiY SIGHT TUESDSV .V vi' C'''3-t' ;-.'l v.i-. stf l: c-i-. ll.VSrwi -M'-- Nepal iReu. ler' An American explore r arrived here with ihree pla- ter casts of footprint- r.-i? thinks were Iri! by ihe ahuir.- Lnable snovi-man. Jeffrey McXeely. ioirt leader of a sbt-man team of American said the I prints were fojnd h fix inches of fresh -r.o-x outside the tent of nvo colleaeiiei in remote eastern Nepal. He said his cr- j nithologist Ed'.vard Crjnm and Dr. Howard Erne-, a i zoologist and physician, j cm-ered ne tracks on rhe morning of Dec. 2j. i IT, reporr io the Ne-palese foreign ministr.. said ihe prin-s came up from i a valley toward his peditioa's second camp t-e- i r.veen ifount Everest and ?-io'Jnt Kancheniun2a in tr-e Eima'syas. The the crea- ture had 3 deliberate de-tour to cxatnine the ter.t and then continued over a ridse where the tracks dis- apDC'aro-J in spoiry snow, McNocly The iraciis were r c-en'.l- meirei aboui inchos ]032 and !2 centimetres wide v-JLh a wide, rounded h't- said. Mc.Neely. a sajd the seemed to be those oi sn ape-hie creature and did not resemble those of a tear or snow leopard. He added thai the prints were larger than those of any mon- key. Folklore describes the. ahomirahle cr yetl as sLx or fest tail and covered with Jong, dark hair. Same say the snowman is a fc.rm of a missing in the chain. Other scholars say it is just a myth. McXee'y said he was at a base camp when the foot- were found. When he arrived 03 the scene, ihe had tee- distorted not mrre than a quarter of an inch by ire sun's heat. Clown shortage hits circuses MOSCO W -'Eeuter'' Wanted c'iOTsTis for ih-e MO circuses the Soriec Unto-. Alexander c.r-n- tor o" s..-.-x] i for circus an: variety ir.. i ssys tnere is 2 o; talented clo'.nis Lt the vhere the circus is thri'r-g. profession here." he Li an interview. clov.-_5 are xx just fwls intiulrir.f in idle slapstici. They rrttst De sitir- who can or the events ot me cay. London theatre launched LOXDOX 'AP'. The Lc-don Theatre, the first theatre constructed in the Strt- ish capital. Li 15 years, coer.e-f yesterday, a after Vuitc- s'.av architect Paul Tyruo-tc first conceived it s.-tetch scribbled on a coffee-bar r.sp- Tne theatre has 2 911-seat proscenium ajcitc- into an amphithearre the touch of a button. A system ntoves i-ic-clts of elevataf wsuf as as the stase. crchestra nit and u'fhtinc. i ne built or. the of the old Winter Garden music hall in Drury Lane, But Voloshh's description of may so-znd more clarirg ihan it Is. The -.irrhs "iihL'; prescribed hmits a-nd does rot lam- p'jhlic perscttalities. Lsciadaistca! artitudes at th? faults of domestic anrltarces. and the 5p re ad drtnl'tir." harits are cornmon tarsrts of clD-T-ir.r. SHARE" A BOTTLE? Or.e lypical scene at the VosKr.- State Circus shu-.vs tr-o about to share a bottle o; vo-dka "hen ti-e rjig- master approaches omi- rotsly. Avoidbt trouble, ihe pair quickly the vodka over thetr "r.ar.ds ar.d pretend T.te r_-.rmaj.ter cepar." and they to ftj their glasses azam. Before th-ey can drink. b-.rck and the o ntust con- tlnue unui ihe vodka bottle is The scene brirr? ihe hotise By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CPi Tne Mounties, tslebrsling the cen- lennial of Lheir beginnings in 1F73. have moved a Jong way from their imase of marching across ihe Praines singing Rose Marie. Their band no'A- plays vith a solid, electronic beat, and the i recent Pau] Asia hii tune My i is on ihe program for their I first full-dress public concert of JEC-MP cenenanal year. Four free concerts are planned for this wrntsr in the National Arts Centre and in tba spring, summer and fall ihe 50- piece band is expected io play in every province nortnem territory, both for coacerts; and f-3r ofScial oaaEions. But iriih ihe modem trsoA in music, they'll have to trail a long extension cord after j ih-js. Eiectnc guitars, ampu- fied bass, electric piano and or- Ean have been added to the tra- ditional brass for taeir concen hali s'orit. at iesst. HAD TO CHANGE Insp. K. Smith, the h-nd's leader for the last five oars, says they had to go mod- em to keirp up rtiib contempo- rary so-jnd. "It may be a disappointment a very small group of people that "e don't piay the same old kind of music thst playsd years ago." he "Bttt audiences iust don t ccme OLTt -o hear that kiixi of m'-isic ary more. They oniy come o-t for ausc that is o: f-vo or three per cent, but for S7 i-d-r c-er.t ills vou do simetrinr hit? thi? r. n has to oe first class. Tt r-: a cheno tta- 15 not hehf.'e me. It's the fin- CENTENNIAL BAND Insp. n. Sromw-M Smith conducts the RCWF in in a program to celebrcre the Msu-r-ies csnrsnnioi- The ro every province ond as part of tns celebrcriors. Finch his pot of gold rive :o ihe en: canons c1- o: ihe force in sc- course at 15 a; the Moscow IT addttion to s cer.fral educattcr.. Clr-Tv-.-s are at IT. tv.-o years later than acrobats. because is a more intell-ecrual branch of the cir- cus." director has punus. tc every and or.ly Graduates start their ca- rsers at the equivalent of 5'..'0 -vith cbes: mer.is E: ods of a deeo .Vr-iri "o a cczibiiied ;o- :o T-? 07. ihe force for s'.r.card ior P.O.? co-> Francis Fcrd CozToIs.. ClTtMTHIlE hiTT- -tusical Fmian'5 Kabbc-. H- Tt lay beyond a stream of blcofi and hullets in Tne Godfa- ther, the film about the Mafia he dire-red and cc- miili-t.u the movie has grasses easily maies him a "But it's -ot cuke what it rl; Ftarted sus years ago as one cf the promising generation of 3.g Boy Now. constittred his HAD A DREAM Coppclc had a dream of V.'amer Brothe-? to back nlm in first movie The GodfaLhes- Ke aounjitfei that future earr- and his first for the new Direc- ing; fronf The Godfather should Co-pary _y- hi eh be- formed establish his financial independ- WiUisrn and Pe- ence. But his new-found wealth ls: Bogaaao-.-cn. has Coauo j ca_us ;t 'a ps.-- irnrossiUe for to .V c -li5ieL maie a :sman' picmre any tro-e." he c-omplained. ng-L Ul' mate ore ihe principals in- volve: rcuit wnr's for small sal- -ater. But can l ase tner-- L.-tle They'd say. 'But >ou're home and office here, now is DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC A HOEACK Certif'fd Q-rl l Mfthsnlt E----30i 5th Si. S. Fh. 527-7H4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre THE XEK CZMTTiiONS" Ir -Iferge C. and Suacy Monday. Tuesday TTei- Desday. January S. and ]0. p.m. Kestricted Adtijt. TABER Tower Theatre day. vTeclaes-Qay. Mon- tlv NorJ: Weft Police, medial -and officially recof- d: P'-Uce as vrell Bandleader at 72 XE1V AT Climbsrs killed AP" Eicht have been killed arc three a_-e in avalancli- es arii sr-'-v-rif ir. the Ja> Al-s s Jan relic; News photographers allowed in House i 1-3 ANT. N V A? Ir. a m the cliamher r-t a'i times while the ierlsla- v.-irs or.lv irm the pal- The Syndicalt The way they Ihred-Thc way they died. ThsValachiPc RESTRICTED ADULT fc L -tr. -E 1 OS NOW SHOWING Tonigh! at cnJ 9.-00 p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Qf g AMDEMYAWARDS! DOCTOR TONIGHT and MS. OS'E AT S P.M. E'.ltr.fton. Louis He voried the Blue in the Today's Showtimes LONPOX -Rvtucr- 71-? Oh. can he