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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta STV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY DOCUMENTARY: Project Africa, Put I, p.m.. Ch. 7. TNs award winning documentary conflict between colonialism and independence between blacks and whites. Part II will be seen at p.m., Ch. 7. COMEDY: Me aid the Chimp, 7 p.m., Ch. Teaching the family chimp how to operate a burglar alarm. CRIME DRAMA: Longitreet. p.m., Ch. 11. Bitter- ness over being blind surfaces when the investigator in un- able to prevent an accident to Nikki. CRIME DRAMA: OWra, Treainry Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A story of diamond smuggling with O'Hara enlisted by a broker for his protection against unknown extortionists. VARIETY: Dean Martin Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Ray- mond Burr, Broadway actress Elaine Stritch and Bob New- hart are Dean's special'guests. MOVIE MBWJDRAMA: "Curie of the p.m., Ch. 7. Two newlyweos encounter vampiriam on the outskirts of Vienna. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Bronco 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Rodeo champion Casey Tibbs plays himself in this story of the rodeo circuit. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Desert 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. Foreign Legionnaires lead a mission against marauding Arabs. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program] are listed by the radio ond trlnvision i------- Any variation in program schedule is doe to la minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Charaion with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Birry Hegland Jack Newfeld FRIDAY Jim Shearer Sports Chicllna (V CJOC Dow Hour of Information John Oliver Beryl Clark THURSDAY NIOHT Doug Anderson Wayna Barry UWM Snow Prone 1220 4.00 World an FRIDAY Newa, Wlhr, Sport Rob Ingram show j.n Jlm Eniot News ana Grain Request Action CBC News prleB John Walker Show Newa, Wthr. Sport Ulna Phone Bill Show Ingram CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Holf Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don McMasler Sports Concert! (BOB Consle) Don MacMasler Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off THURSDAY NIOHT Home Run World at SI. As It Happens Muslcscon CBR Radio 1010 Calgary iber Prelrle Chamber coo World at Eight Music Eye Opener News World at V Winnipeg orchestra This Country News, Sports Radio Noon News, Wthr, sports Elwood Slover Take If From Hare From the Capital! FRIDAY Mix Ferguson Five Nights a Week Eye Opener World al Six The World Best MODEL TC-330 CASSETTE STEREO TAPE RECORDER A great combination of open reel and cassette slereo recorder that makes a perfect stereo control centre. It offers fhe convanlant foclllty of duplicating from open real to cos SB I" he or cassette to open reel. Fealures Include: separ- ate bass and treble control, public addreis facilities, handy sforocio bin for cassettes, 2 lid integrated high compliance 5" speakers for superb sound. Complete with 2 F-25 micro- phones, connecting cord and AC cord. SUGGESTED RETAIL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo and rhotopiaptiic Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 321-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevbfen Ch. 6) THURSDAY NKHT sm Trum or consequences (e) 7 Ski Report Project Atrlca Pt. 1 (C) O'Hara Prolecl Africa Ft. 2 (Cl News TelCproM 7 movla: Curia Farm and city Today Romper Room Mr. DrMSUp Alberta Schools Friendly Giant 10-45 Chez Helene CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevltten Ch. 4) David Frost Pierre Berlon FRIDAY Bewitched Thought for nay Beat the Clock (c) University a! Air Movie: House ot Desert Hell 11.00 Sesame Street Mlday-Our Town Movie: Bronco Busier Galloping Gourmet Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Truth Or Consequancas THURSDAY NICHT Buckshot Fllnlslones (c) Gunsmoke (c) News (c) Me and the Chimp Frlghlensteln (c) What's the Good Longstreel (c) Program Hi Lights Word (c) Dean Martin (c) Fashions In Sewing Another World Here Come the 70s Parlons Francals Anything Yau Can Bold Ones (c) Yoga Do (c) News (cj In Conversation Dick Van Dyke News All About Facea Buckshot (c) Dlrecllons (c) Ed Allen Fllntslones lc) KRTV Great Fallt Channel 3 (Cablevillon Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIOHT News Naws Dick Van Dyke My Three Sons Ironside (c) Dean Martin Flip Wilson (c) News (O Tonight Show FRIDAY World Al the World Turns salute Agriculture News Id Today Show (c) The Doctors (c) Today In Montana Another World Concentration Bay City Sale of Century Edge ef Nlgnt Hollywood Squarea earner Pyle (c) Jeopardy (c) Merv Srlf In Who. What, When My Three Sons Game (c) News (c) Newt News (c) Understanding Our Somerset News (c) KFBB-TV Groat Falli Channel 5 (Cibhvhlen Ch. 11) THURSDAY NICHT News Newlywed Came Newi (c) Captain Kangaroo News Brady Bunch Lyndon Johnson Talks Politics CBS Reports Owen Marshall TV-S News Longslrool Dick Cavetl ic) FRIDAY Farm Newa Galloping Gourmet One Lite to Live That Girl Days of Our Lives Where the Heart la General Hospital News Three on a Match Search lor Dalino Game (c) Tomorrow Girl lu) i, ii, it ruu i'-x Bewitched Ic) All My Children 5.go password lc) Lets Make a Deal Newe Make Up A Party And Ceme The "EL RANCHO" New Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Friday and Saturday Thursday Night Only All Laditi Admitted FREE! Playing In The CABARET "BILLY NICKEL" Entertaining In The LOUNGE "GREG WOLSEY" And In The OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurt.-Frlday-Sat. "BERTI HIGA" AAOTQfl HOTEL Farewell gift SPRINGS (HNS) Guests, were in attendance from Iron Springs, Lethbridge and Picture Butte when Miss Elaine Sorgaid entertained re- cently in compliment to Mrs. Joyce Rasmusson of Leth- bridge, leaving to reside at Ed- monton. Mrs. Hasmiisson was pre- sented with a farewell gift. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SPORTS DRAW WINNERS January 11, 1971. lit PRIZE. IVEft 334 " Court Alia. 2nd PRIZE. MRS. MART NOSS 1202 I3th St. N. Iffribrldge, Alia. 3rd PRIZE. E. D. MARTENS Oen. Dillvery, Ceoldala, Alia. Liberate oppose Multiple m. M- itt AC! new park scheme EDMONTON (CP) "The Liberal party of Alberta will oppose the fan-million Village Lake Louise development in Banff National leader Bob Russell said today in a prepared statement. 'We do not believe the devel- opment proposal to be in the best interests of our national parks and we arc in strong apposition to allowing foreign interests to control a major recreation site in our national park." "Village Lake Louise is con- trolled by Imperial Oil Ltd., a Canadian subsidiary of Stan- dard Oil of New Jersey which owns 50 per cent of the shares, and by other foreign Mr. Russell said. "We are calling on the fed- eral government to have the Canadian Development Corp. purchase all the holdings of Im- perial Oil and other foreign shareholders in Village Lake Louise operations immediately. "This would ensure that this Canadian resource within our national park would remain in Canadian control. We would then propose that Hie develop- ment be turned into a public company where shares would be available to the Canadian public. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hcllstrom Chronicte" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA "Toklat" Last Complete Show THE LETHMIDOf HOTEL TAVERN PRESENTS "CHANGES" TOP COUNTRY WESTERN ROCK GROUP Appearing this THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY from p.m. to 12 Midnight al the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL TAVERN Cor. 5m SI. and 2nd Avt. S. FULLY LICENSED fe NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Diamond 4" AT THE MINERS' 73S 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONltf 4 4 The plan, announced Tues- day, calls for gradual elimina- tion of facilities in the imme- diate area of the lake, includ- ing removal of Chateau Lake Lsuise, and conversion of the area into a day-use section. Visitor services would be provided by an upper and low- er-village Lake Louise develop- ment, PUBLIC HEARING'S Public hearings on the plan are to be held in Calgary in March to obtain views on toe development which has been under consideration in various forms for about eight years. Besides the usual food and lodging facilities, a condo- minimum is to be built as a means of attracting Canadian Investment, with Albertans lim- ited to 25 per cent of the equity. "The statement from the de- velopers that Canadians would be given an opportunity to in- vest is just blatant Mr. Russell said. "Canadians will be asked to put up debt financing lend money to the condominium development. injuries cause death MINNEAPOLIS, Mim. (AP) An autopsy Wednesday showed that Daniel H. Meyer president of the Salt Lake hockey club, died from multiple injuries due to a fall at a subur ban Minneapolis hotel. Meyer, 45, fell II noreys Tuesday from a room at the Radisson South Hotel. He landed on the rooftop of the hotel swimming pool, author! ties reported, A spokesman at the Hennepin County medical examiners of fice said it was not whether the case would undergo further investigation. The spokesman said a atatemen may bt made today. Meyer was attending meet of the Western Hockey League and the Nation Hockey League. Meyer, who served on the WHL board of governors, left a session about 10 minutes before the plunge, saying he had some phone calls to make. Pit Chicago Black Hawks centre, was in the room next to Meyers'. He said he heard a crash and saw Meyer fall, a Minnesota North Stars of' ficial said. Car prices increased SUMO filBfRll CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Staring Steve Forrest snd Vera Miles. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 27, 28 and 29. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Jules Verne's "THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" In color. Friday and Saturday January 28 and 29. Friday show at p.m. Adult PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "GET CARTER" In color. Starring Michael Caine. Thursday, January 27. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LAST VALLEY" In color. Starring Omar Stiirif and Michael Caine. Thursday and Friday, January 27 and 28. Shows at and p.m. Adult. OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. announced here increases In suggested list prices of 1972- model cars and trucks of be- tween and A company statement said the average in- crease is seven-tenths of one per cent. The announcement follows one from Ford Motor Co., De- troit, that United States prices would be-increased by between ?30 U.S. and U.S. This was the second round of price increases since the end of the wage-price freeze im- posed by President Nixon. The Canadian companies adopted similar pricing patterns when prices were held down in the U.S. General Motors of Canada Ltd. announced its second round of price increases for 1972 models earlier this month. Reject request TABER (HNS) A request from the students of W. R. Myers High school for a smok- ing room has been refused by Taber school division trustees Students said 40 per cent of students polled were in favor of the room, 14 per cent were against, and per cent had no opinion. Trustees considered health hazards that are attributed to smoking and decided that they could not approve i smoking room in the school. YOUK PHILIPS KALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S AND TV J 302 13th ft. N. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE FRIDAY, JANUARY 28th 9 p.m. Music by "THE ALBERTANS" ADMISSION (INCLUDES IUNCH) Members and Guests ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMIERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS NO ONE U TEAM ALLOWIOI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. 27-SHEMO FRIDAY, JAN. 26-SHEMO SATURDAY, JAN. 29-CLIFFS COMBO r r LABOR CLUB CORNER 3nd AVE, and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 Thurtday, January 27, 1971 THE LETHMIDOf HIIALD T Cities get no aid for rapid transit EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government is not prepared to give cities any aid In the near future for rapid transit, Highways and Trans- port Minister Clarence Cvpi- thomc sail] here. 'At this time rapid transit systems are premature. "The cost that would be in- volved would be greater than the benefits you could give to a small part of the Jack Jones pays ex-wife a mouth LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer Jack Jones is to give his former wife a month, household furniture, a chess ret and a painting of a dog under a divorce settlement reached in Superior Court. Grelchen Jones, 22, for her part of the property settlement, pledged to vacate the 33-year- >Id singer's house. The couple married Sept. y, 1970, separated eight months later and were divorced Dec. 16. Mrs. Jones is a. former air- line stewardess. He said in an interview that studies in New York and To- ronto show only three per cent of the population using the lyi- tem. Both Edmonton and Calgary are studying rapid transit with special attention to pilot pro- jects that would use existing equipment. The biggest block to rapid transit, Mr. Copithome, laid was the public's preference for private automobiles. BOOK STORE SECRETS PARIS (AP) Claude Gaille- dreau, 40, an engineer for the French atomic energy commis- sion, was acquitted of espionage charges here. His lawyers explained that the documents he gave to Czechoslovak friends years ago were not of a secret nature, some of them having come from U.S. book stores. COLLEGE Tonight Thru Sot. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT hRturing Leon Arties H fit old mm mount BID Plui Spectacular Ski Shtrl "GET HOT" TONITE and FRI. at and p.m. SATURDAY SHOWS AT and p.m. MATINEE ADULTS CHILDREN 7Sc EVENINGS ADULTS CHILDREN 14 Yean and Undtr OTE: Thealrt Tiekit Paiwi end Golden Agt Cardi not valid for thii attraction only. PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. "Cdmai one of the bett mevmi -Hi Smith, CoiuwpoMfin Bergen. ArtrHirGartunkel, Ann Margrfl and Jute Fritter. Carnal Knowtatge. RESTRICTED ADULT The. Isnguiijt in this film may bi olfimin It somi (Njoplt. -Thi Mineer PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING of and a.m. Family Matinee Sat at p.m. Shocking. Beautify Brilliant Sensual Deadly ...and in the end. only they will survive. HELLSTROM CHRONICLE Science Fiction? No. Science Fact Community Services Department City ef Lethbridge Public Swimming and Skating Soheduli SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, Jan. NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Jan. Public Swimming............... p.m. Sunday, Jan. Public Swimming............... p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Monday, Jan. 31 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, Jan. 28- Molhers and Pre-Schoolers Free Skaling Noon Public Skaling p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29- Public Skating p.m Public Skaling p.m Sunday, Jan. Beginners Skating p.m Public Skaling p.m Family Skating p.m HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, Jan. Public Skoling p.m. Monday, Jan. 31 Free Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, Jan. Free Public Skaling p m, NOTE: will ba no Public Skaling at Iht Henderson Park lei Centra on Friday, January 28, 1972 from p.m.; nor at (he Civic Ice Centre on Satur- day, January 29, 1972 p.m., and Sunday, January 30, 1972 from p.m. p.m., due lo previoui bookino commit, menu. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION SECOND CONCERT of the Season MONDAY, JANUARY 31st P.M. featuring the SYMPHONY CHORUS Major worki supported by part ef the Symphony Orchtilra, undor direction ef WALTER GOERZEN ALL CONCERTS AT THE Yates Memorial Centre SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. i MORE CONCERTS WATCH FOR DATES ;