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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jiniwry IS, 1HE UTHHIDGE HERALD 7 HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPORT: Pro HocVey, CM p.m.. Ck. 7. The 25th All- Bar hockey game will be telecast from Btoomington, 111. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcuj Welby, MD, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A story of a champion tennis pro who is afflicted with a degenerative muscular disease. MYSTERY MOVIE: Columbo, p.m., Ch. S. A neph- ew decides to knock off his uncle with a box of exploid- ing cigars. Stars Peter Falk. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Siltnt p.m., Ch. 7. Lloyd Bridges is featured in this film of a man's horror of senseless bloodshed. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Glamor and mystery abound in this story of three lovelies who claim to be the daughter of a dead Inventor. INTERVIEW: Divid Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. U. "How Intelligent Are We" is an examination of the human brain. Nobel Prize-winning brain researcher John Eccles is among the panel of guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Man With a 1 p.m., Ch. 7. An insurance claims investigator goes after a vicious un- derworM gang. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Story of EsUer 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A blind, deaf mute child is rehabilitated by a Boston socialite who finds a new meaning in life. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. Coping with polar bears is a major problem for the peo- ple of Churchill, Man. whose town is in the centre of a bear'migration route. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program icheduls ij due ID lait- riinule changes by the stations and if net the respon- ihilify of the Herald or Anglo Distributor) Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hegiand WEDNESDAY Jim Shearer Ch Kline Leo DDW Show ir CJOC i Total Informally John Ollvir Beryl Clark TUESDAY NIGHT Hews, Weather News and Grain world at six Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot and Sports Phone Bin Show Waynt Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sporls Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler concerts (Bob Consie) Don Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary U-.OO News This Country Orchestral rvitlons sports. News, wihr provlncni Aftilrt SiJjJuDAV Radio Noon News, Spnrlsl Wthr Eye Opener Schools From the Capitals World at B Max Ferguson Five NlBhts a Weeh Commentary Home Run Pralrlt Recllal World al World it Six TUESBkY NIGHT world al Six As It happens Tuesday Nlghl Jhe World's Best MODEL CF 100 Portable Cassette Recorder Poriable monophonie easseile recorder features built-in rodio for total listening performance. Record "live" or direclly from an auxiliary source. Features: Highly sensi- tive radio, convenient push burton tape operation, Recording level meler. Telescopic antenna and is easy 1o carry Can be laid flat, stood upright or lilted while in operation. Complete with botleries (4 "C" size) earphone, microphone F10S and built-in AC cord. Suggested Price 109.95 SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fkotoftapliic Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 31B-6921 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NISHT TBA 5JO Teleprobe 7 Careers Teleprobe 7 Under Attack WEDNESDAY Farm an City Today NHL AH-Slar Game Romper Room Mary Ty.er Moore ,3 fidaTFlfm Movie: Friendly GianT The Silent Gun the: Helene News (c) sesame sireer Town Movie: Man With a Gun Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Nlghl Family Court One Northern Summer (c) Trulh or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) TUESDAY NIGHT Fllnlstones (c) cade's Counly News Love American Style (c) Marcus Welby Doctor In the House Ian Tyson (c) The Persuaders News News (c) Directions David Frost Pierre Brrlon WEDNESDAY Bewitched Thought tor Day Beat The Clock University of Air Movie: The Story Housa of Frighten- of Esther Costello sfeln Whal'a Ihe Good Program Ml Llgtlls Word (c) Fashions In Sewing Another World Par Ions Frantals Anything You Cm Yoga (c) Do In Conversation Dick Van Dykr All About Faces Buckshot (c) Ed Allen (c) Fllnlslones KRTV Great Falli Channel 3 (Cableviiion Ch. 9) News (c) Doctors TUESDAY NIGHT News Adam 12 Hawflll Flvc-0 Gunsmoke 8-30 Mystery Movio Adam 12 (cl News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Aflrlcullure Today Show (c) 13.30 Irl Today In Montana Concenlrallon Another World Sale of the Century Edgo of Nlflrit Hollywood Squares Corner Pyle (c) Jeopardy (c) Merv Grlttlln Who, What, Where My Three Sum Gamo News New: NBC Nlnhtly New Somerset News (c) World Turns Carol Burnclt KFBB-TV Great Choniwl 5 (Ctbkvlt.on Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Mod Squad Movie: Woman Chains (c) Marcus Welby News (c) Glen Campbell Dick Cavelt (c) WEDNESDAY Farm News Ncwlywtd Garni Capt. Kangaroo News i.oo Dinahl Placi (c) Sacra? Storm In Jack LtLannt Ont Lira to Audrey (c) Our Llvfs Galloping Gourmet Hoipltal When the Heart 19 Three on a Match News (c) Dating Gamo Search for That Girl (c) Tomorrow Bewitched All My Children ftOO Pan word Ma hi a Deal Niwk The Dumbeik Grizzly stars promoter dies. 88 TORONTO (CP) Funeral services were held here for Norman B. McKibbin, 68, To- ronto insurance executive who promoted the vaudeville troop The Dumbells during the First World War. Mr. McKibbin, head of the McKibbin Insurance Agency, died after a brief illness. Mr. McKibbin became a cap- tain in the YMCA during the First World War and while ar- ranging entertainment for troops was impressed by a group of performers calling themselves The Dumbells. He arranged. troop perform- ances for them and they were such a success they continued for more than 10 years after the war travelling across Canada. The Dumbells, most of them members of Patri- cia's Canadian Light Infantry, were the first organized group of entertainers in the Canadian Corps. Subsid i a e d by the princess, who contributed dresses dis- carded by her ladies in waiting and a few of her own clothes, the troops scored one of its early hits with a Beauty Chorus. Horse hair from chairs found id a bombed out house provided wigs for its brawny members. The show, augmented by com- edy skits based on army life, proved so popular that the group was kept together after the war ended, touring North America until it disbanded in 1922. Edmonton theatre has m unique movie new policy playing at Leth- bridge'E College Cinema Wed- nesday through Saturday, has as its starring actors a pound grizzly, about 20 animals of the North American wilds and one man. which is an Indian word applied to the grizzly and meaning ferocious, is a 97-min- ute show rated for viewing by the general public. A humorous and dramatic story of the survival struggles of a curious cub and his ad- ventures as he grows to one of the world's largest carnivores, the film also captures in tech- nicolor the natural beauty of Utah's mountain wilderness in the changing seasons. The film features Leon Ames as the one human in the cast, an old frontiersman who wit- nesses affectionately the bear's growth from a cub to maturity and then must seek him out for a crime of self-defence. "Toklat" is a film with a poignant message about wildlife and states beautifully, accord- ing to many reviews an opinion about wild animals' inalienable rights to the wilderness. Highway receives govt. recognition EDMONTON (CP) The Yel- lowhead Highway, promoted as an alternative to the Trans-Can- ada Highway, today received of- ficial government recognition. The route extends from Por- tage La Prairie, Man., to Kam- loops and Prince Rupert in Brit- ish Columbia. George MacDonald, retiring president of the Yellowhead In- terprovincial Highway Associa- tion, said one immediate result of this recognition will be the designation of the Yellowhead highway by naming it on official Canada highway maps. Students boycott classes after principal fired KINUSO (CP) Sixty five students boycotted classes at Kinuso high school to protest the dismissal of the principal. Mrs. Tom Hill, a representa- tive of the students' parents, said the principal, Baldev Par- mar, was told by the High Prai- rie school division that he was being dismissed for lack of com- munication with students. 'Big Maybelle' dies at 46 CLEVELAND (AP) May- belle Smith, a jazz singer known as "Big died here in hospital. She was 46. Some of her records were mil- lion sellers. She was best known for her recording of Candy, 36 Tear Drops and So Long. Why Aren't You a Good Talker? A noted publisher in Chicago reports a simple lechnique of everyday conversation which can pay you real dividends in social and business advance- ment and works like magic to give you poise, self-confidence and greater popularity. According to this publisher, many people do not realize how much they could influence others simply by what (Key say and how they say it. Whether in busi- ness, at social functions, or even in casual conversations wilh new acquaintances there are ways to itiake a good impression every lime you lalk. To acquaint the readers of this paper wilh Ihe easy-to-follow rules for developing skill in everyday conversation, the pub- lisher: have printed full details of their interesting self-lraming method in a new booklet, "Ad- ventures in which will be mailed free la anyone who requests it. No obligation. Send your name, address, and zip code to: Conversation, 555 E. Lange St., Dept. 628-90, Munde- lein. III. 60060. A postcard will do She said, however, thai Mr. Parmar, principal for the last three years, was popular with the students and communicated well with them. Itoe parents were seeking a public meeting with the educa- tion department to resolve the issue. The boycott, by about half the students at the school, 150 miles north of Edmonton, will con- tinue until the dispute is re- solved, she said, adding that students will return only to write examinations scheduled to start later this week. Siamese twins show progress EDMONTON (CP) Sia- mese twin girls, separated in an operation two weeks ago, may be allowed to go home this week, Dr. Rueben Weinberg, their pediagncian, said Sunday. Cynthia and Christine are progressng well and takng solid foods, Dr. Weinberg said in an interview. There would be DO post-operative problems for the three-month-old twins. The babes were separated in a 2Vz-hour operation by a 20- man team. They were joined by a band of tissue from just below the breast bone to above the navel. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show fARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 'Dollars" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A r K AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. mm MOVIIS YOU LIKE RtiT CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SEE NO EVIL" In color. Slurring Mia Farrow. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 25 and 26. Tuesday show al p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "ADIOS SABATA" In color. Starring Yul Brynncr. Tues- day, January 25. Show at p.m. Adult Nol Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "McCABE AND MBS. MILLEH" In color. Slurring Wnr. rcn Bealty nnd Julie Christie. Tuesday, January 25. Shows al and p.m. Restricted Adult. The Yellowhead will also be featured through the federal of- fice of tourism in articles and in the advertising program of the Canadian government tra- vel bureau in the United States and Canada. Word of the federal govern- ment action was contained in a letter signed by the chairman of the inter departmental road and highway co-ordinating com- mittee. It said that designation of the Yellowhead route as part of the transportation system in Can- ada will be included in studies under way to define a Cana- dian highway network. Mr. MacDonald had just re- turned from the Yellowhead as- sociation's annual convention in Prince George. Peter Laivford's mother dies LOS ANGELES (Reuler) Lady Lawford, mother of the film actor Peler Lawford, died in a nursing home here after a long illness. She was 83. Daughter of a British army officer serving in India, she married Lt. Gen. Sir Sidney Lawford, who served as. com- mander of the Lahore garrison from 1920 to 1923. Sir Sidney died in 1953. EDMONTON (CP) Theatre 3, which opened as Edmonton's second professional theatre two seasons ago, has announced a policy for the 1971-72 season of 50 per cent new plays and has appointed a "dramaturge" to seek out new writing talent and advise on works. Mark Schoenberg, artistic director, said Ben Tarver, pro- fessor in the drama department at the University of Alberta and playwright in residence, will fill the role of dramaturge. Mr. Tarver said he was "a little awkward with the title." "It's nol something that has been a tradition in North Amer- ica, but European theatres have had this position for years." He said he will be looking for all types of new works, largely from Canadians and is inter- ested in seeing short plays as well as the conventional three- act ones. Theatre 3 is in an ideal posi- tion to do new works, Mr. Tarver said. "It's not just devoted to Ihe latest Broadway plays and the well-known titles. It does the off beat kind thing and it wants to emphasize new works." MANY SKATE About ptnou are in- volved in figure skating in Can- ada. STAY IN PROVINCE More than 50 per cent of Uni- versity of Manitoba graduates live In Manitoba. COLLEGE Starts Tomorrow The stirring saga ot a Grizzly Monarch's conllicl with man Sun International Productions WMnm Fimlli I WED.- THURS. AND FRIDAY 2 SHOWS AT AND 9 P.M. Adult. Evening! S2.00 Children up to 14 yrt. SI.00 SATURDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS AND P.M. Adulti Marino Children Matinee 751 Evening Pricei in Effect at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING 2 Shows Daily At and p.m. 'Camal KlKMledgc'ii or the best movtef ever." -Ui Smith, Cotmopcilttn UiytuM Mite Bergcn, AntmrGarfanltfl.AnnMargrci and Jules FeiHer. Carnal Knowledge. The linoiugi in this Him mif bi ifhniin IB somi piopll. ________________________________-TM Minim uiRRRen and GOLDieHflUJfl RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA (Dollars) Produced ty TONIGHT and WED. 2 Shows written ana Directed by RICHfiRD BROOMS and p.m. ADULT COLLEGE ENDS TONITE At and p.m. James Garner Let's get together You can pay less income tax this year and every year as you build your retirement income And, the Government doesn't mind you taking a tax-break...if you do it through a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. As a matter of fact, the Government will.allow you to deduct 20% of your 1972 earned income up to a new maximum of or up to if you are a member of a registered pension plan. So, go ahead. Save today for tomorrow. There are several ways to give yourself a tax-break. Your Mutual Life of Canada agent can Byoucancomai There's still time to reduce SOItlBOOlUlTS your 1971 income tax but InfVOIIIBfllf we must register your plan before March ..Wlty HOI? f The Mutual Life of Canada HL-J-7JJ ;