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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Lobby theme for new comedy Judges Sitting in judgment on odd legal cases Monday nights at on CBC-TV's This Is The Law are Hart Pomerantz, Larry Sol- way, Austin Willis, Bill Charlton and Susan Keller. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. PHONE 328-7748 WESTMINSTER MALL Scientists count, tag monarch of polar ice Untamed World follows a scientific expedition to the Arctic, whose purpose is to count and tag polar bears, in the episode telecasting Sunday on CTV. The vast remoteness of the Arctic seas is the harsh kingdom of the polar bear, an endangered species, and in order to protect the few remaining animals, more must be known of their A Kung-Fu practitioner is taught the skillful use of hands and feet and a host of sinister weapons. This mak- ing it the foremost system of self defence today. If You're Interested Phone The Studio seasonal behaviour and daily habits. European whalers began to hunt the bear in the 17th century, followed by the sealers, but only in the 20th century did hunters become a menace to these creatures. In 1969 an international conference was held whose purpose was to save the polar bear from extinction. The expedition in this episode has the difficult task of tracking the bear through the ice floes a highly dangerous business. When an animal is sighted, a tranqutlizer is prepared, the amount of which must be carefully judged too little, and the bear could kill a man with one sweep of its paw; too much and it may hot revive from its drugged condition. Need a Prescription? We Offer Prompt Prescription Service 6 Days a Week Cards Accepted McCaffrey's "The Peoples Drug Store" 41l13thSt.N.PII.327-344S Opm Hon. thfM Sit to The drugged animal is retrieved from the water and lifted onto the ship, where he is measured, weighed and numbered. By international agreement, bears tagged for science are forbidden game to hunters. The food chain in this region is simple and perilous. Essential one celled algae grow slowly in these waters, around the edges of ice noes, feeding- off nutrients which leak from the: frozen mass. y Tiny animals eat the algae, and in turn are eaten by fish and shellfish; food for birds and seals, which in turn, sustain the polar bear. Melting ice Hoes are salt free and are the source of drinking water for the bear. An excellent swimmer, the polar bear paddles with his front paws, a three inch layer of insulating fat beneath the skin keeping him warm and buoyant. He is further protected against the frigid temperatures with one of the heaviest fur coats that nature can provide. In four weeks, 31 polar bears were captured, tagg- ed and released. Karen Valentine stars as Karen Angelo in Karen, a new program on the CTV television network. A delightfully funny half- hour comedy series, Karen revolves around the life of a vivacious, young woman- who works for a citizens' action organization called Open America! Open America is a lobby- ing organization to serve the people, pressuring the government to pass bills they feel are in the best interests of the country. Karen Angelo, a spunky young career woman, is paid a nominal salary as a volunteer in the group's Washington branch. Karen's enthusiasm is contagious and her ideas, novel, as she does her ut- most to publicize their cause and raise much needed funds. The antics of Karen7 her co workers and two zany roommates, plus glimpses of politics from the inside add to the hilarity. The stories are filled with com- edy characters and a realistic, intelligent portrayal of the efforts and issues of our time. Well suited to the role, Karen Valentine's per- sonality is similar to the character she portrays. Both are aware, upbeat, driving and eager to please. Denver Pyle stars as Dale Busch, the founder of, Open America and Dena Dietrich portrays Dena Madison, the ex new- spaperwomen who is now the office manager of the group. Mike Preminger and Aldine King are featured as Karen's room- mates. Miss Valentine was vited to perform on the Ed Sullivan show after appear- ing in a competition for the Miss Teenage America contest. Entering the Miss California contest, she placed as a finalist and won two scholarships which she used to study acting at UCLA. After the usual stint of part time jobs to keep her active in acting she was chosen for the role of stu- dent teacher Alice Johnson in Room 222 and from then she has been a starring performer. She won an Emmy in her first season on the series and was nominated for the same award the following year. In 1974, Miss Valentine made her theatrical mo- tion picture debut opposite Jose Ferrer in Lollipop, soon to be released. Karen is produced by Carl Kleinschmitt with ex- ecutive producers Gene Reynolds and Larry Gelbart for 20th Century Fox Television. DUKE HONORED Duke-Ellington's Music is My Mistress was among five books honored by the American Society of Com- posers, Authors fand Publishers this year in its seventh annual Deems Taylor Awards. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. PHONE 328-7748 WESTMINSTER MALL Lowest Pricn In Town Including FREE Film FRH- PICK-UP AMD DELIVERY Southern Photo 1 Profraiond BMg. (ClOMd 12 to 1) 10 p.m. D.Kj Phom 327-5192, howl. S.I. p.m. KAREN VALENTINE THE CAMERA AND YOU GERRY SAGE 1 hope everyone good week. Today-I'd like' to direct a few comments to- wards those people with 35 mm cameras. If your film, comes off or jams in your camera and you can- not rewind H Into your cas- sette, don't'open your camera to check it unless you- are in total darkness. When you do remove the film, don't just roil it up and put it into the plastic canister, for light will penetrate the plastic. The metal cannlsters are all right. The best way Is-to open the cassette, rewind the film onto the reel, then put it back and seal. Did you .ever get only 15 negatives and pictures? Most damage is done to the last five frames in 35 mm. And now a few words for you fellows who buy bulk film and load your own cassettes. If you have to load more than 36 expo- sures, mark the cassette with the amount of expo- sures or you may lose a part of'your film.'Dip and Dunk film processors are set to 36 exposure film racks, but if they know in advance that your 'film is longer, they can make the necessary arrangements. If a lab has a Cine processor, there is no problem. If you have a problem re- moving a film from a cam- era, take it to a professional or bring it to us. And if you're in need of some free cassettes, just drop by and ask for them. HAVE A GOOD WEEK) Couf of KWIKKOLM Collage Mall ;