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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THt UTHUIOOI HIKAID Saturday, January If, Canadian film magnate dies TORONTO (CP) Hcnrv Na Uianson, 81, a pioneer of the motion picture industry in Can- ada, died Wednesday In Palm Springs, Fla., it was announced here Friday. Mr. Nathanson was president ot Metro-Gold- wyn-Mayer of Canada from IMfl until he retired in 1959. He also was owner or part-owner ol sev- eral movie theatres across Can- ada. LETHBRIOGE CENTRAL SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION ANNUAL MEETING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH at the Leth bridge Civic Centra Starting at p.m. Supper at p.m. Meeting and Dance To Follow TICKETS PER COUPLE Member! mult purchau before Wed., Feb. lilh at Tho Credit Union Office 311 8th St. S. Allied Arts Council "MUSIC IN THE COMMUNITY" A public meeting of free and open diicuition ot the problemt, projects, and program! of all in- volved intereited in music in Lethbridge and district. TUESDAY, FEB. 1st P.M. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO ALL HOME OWNERS, DEVELOPERS AND BUILDERS No development shall be undertaken within the City, unless a required Development Permit has been obtained pursuant to the Zoning Bylaw. INSPECTION AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT TV HIGHLIGHTS SATUKDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, 6 p.m.. Ch. 7. The Toronto Maple Leafs meet the Canucks in Vancouver. MOVIE THRILLER: "The Screaming p.m.. Ch. 11. Olivia de Havilland stars in this story of terror and the hideous screams of a woman buried alive. Recov- ering from a mental breakdown, no one believes her story of what she's heard. MUSICAL BIOGHAPHY: "Jolson Sings p.m., Ch. 7. This oldie is a sequel to "The Jolson Story" and be- gins with his night-club comeback. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "River of 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Brazil's rugged interior provides the setting for this tale of two adventurers on a quest for diamonds but vari- ous complications enter into this story. MOVIE DRAMA: "Forever My Love." p.m., Ch. la. A fictionalized biography of Emperor Franz Josef and Empress Elizabeth of Austria. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Fortune p.m., Ch. 7. A biting satire that won an Oscar for Walter Matthau as a shyster lawyer involved in a phony lawsuit. Jack Lera- mon also stars. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, 12 noon, Ch. 9. The Minneapolis North Stars meet the Rangers in New York. SPORT: NBA Basketball, 12 noon, Ch. 11. The world champion Milwaukee Bucks meet the Baltimore Bullets at College Park, Md. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. Sea cows stranded in landlocked streams are the target of concen- trated rescue operations. SPORT: Pro Colt, p.m., Ch. II. The fifth annual Andy Williass San Diego Open with the final round play. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of waterfowl featuring the mallard duck, Canada geese and swans. MOVIE THRILLER: "Do Not Fold, Spindle or Mutt- p.m., Ch. 13. Helen Hayes, Myrna Loy, Mildred Natwick and Sylvia Sidney play zany old ladies out for laughs but their joking gets them into serious trouble. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 1. "The Family Band" conclusion featuring an election night brawl. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, 6 p.m., Ch, 11. Lorne Greene recites Shakespeare and Chad Everett tries to get a nude shot of his model. COMEDY DRAMA: Jimmy Stewart Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Ecology backfires for the Howards and in their eagerness to collect paper Luther's exam books have been sent off for recycling. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. The story centres on a Vietnam veteran who returns to the police force with hard-line ideas about dealing with the enemy. Safety people fear rise in snowmobile deaths EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Safety Council is con- cerned that decisions made by municipalities could cause an increase in snowmobile deaths. The council said that Alber- ta had only three of Canada's 118 snowmobile fatalities in 1972 because of its policy of re- fusing to mix automobile and snowmobile traffic. Municipalities now have tie power to allow snow vehicles to run along regularly travelled FAIRFIELD'S MOTOROLA TV SPECIAL TRADE-IN OFFER FOR OWNERS OF PUSH BUTTON, LOCK IN COLOR SETS PURCHASED FROM FAIRFIELDS, AND PROSPECTIVE BUYERS Your 2-year-old colour Motorola TV set can be traded in on a brand new colour set, same model for 295 IF YOU WISH TO TRADE YOUR SET IN FOR A LARGER MODEL YOU PAY ONLY PLUS THE DIFFERENCE IN REG. LIST PRICE OF THE TWO MODELS. Financing l> new available en a declining balance. Thli meant you will have a guarantee of two yean on parti and one full year on labour. FAIRFIELDS SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd S. Phone 327-6684 Your excluilve Motorola Dealer In Lethbrldge. Remember lit for alt your and Service Needi. portions of streets and high- ways. "Such individual decisions would encourage people to ex- pose themselves to the same destructive hazard that has ta ken so many lives Is Ontario and the council said in a news prepared statement "From a public safety ctand point, there is only one methrx of taking a snowmobile to safe area by trailer or truck." The council hoped towns, vil lages and municipalities wouk designate "trails, lanes roads" for snowmobile use only. Bilingual signs for equipment OTTAWA (CP) The de- fence department has ordered that all equipment be marked with signs in both English and French. A department spokesman said today that all new equipmenl acquired from Jan. IS will bear the bilingual signs. The bilingual markings will be painted oil to older equip- ment as it is hauled Into work- shops for maintenance work, he said. The department expects, the marking job to be completed by December, 1973. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Bakir Earl Frank Day-MIki Schmldi Jack Running COMEDY: Klip Wilton Show. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. B. B. King, Phil Silvers and Barbara Feldon are special guests. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Whileoaks of Jalna, p.m., Ch. 7. Last week's debut introduced Jalna's characters and to- night their stories bejin as Kenny leaves for World War I. HUME DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The private life ot a private eye in which Mannix's high school sweet- heart, now the wife of a murder suspect, asks for Joe's help. This is a repeat. MONDAY MOVJE DRAMA: "In a Lonely 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Humphrey Bogart stars as a quick-tempered scriptwriter who is suspected of murdering a young girl. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 teuton) MALCOLM TAIT (cello) LOUISE CHAPMAN (piano) Yates Memorial Centre Admiilion: Adulrt S2.00 Student. 501 Tickcll: Lcliter'i Muiie Limited Switchboard Operator Univeriity Weil Catnpui THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Season Second Session REHEARSALS: St. Mary's School !lh Avinut and 19lh South Commencing February 6, 1972 VacanclM exist for: All Siring Players (particularly Violai and Cello.) Bait Trombone: Reasonably experientsd performers upon these Instruments are invited to conloct: LUCIEN NEEDHAM, Conductor (329-5338) (Other vacancies may occur before the commencement of the session, and thus, interested performers upon instruments I not mentioned above ore also invited to communicate their desire ta participate in a similar BERTI HIGA SCHOOLS of MUSIC with to announce that they ARE NOT affiliated with any ether music ichoel FOR INFORMATION ON MUSIC LESSONS Phono 327-0115 ALL LESSONS PRIVATE 'GUITAR 'PIANO 'ORGAN BERTI HIGA SCHOOLS of MUSIC LESSONS SALES SERVICE EXCLUSIVE BALDWIN PIANO AND ORGAN DEALER 1646 South Parkride Drive Phone 327-0115 ooieB TICKETS only Sex problem at police station EDMONTON (CP) It would appear the city police department has a sexual problem. One section ol the depart- ment's year-end statistics re- port shows that of the motorists nailed with a traf- fic offence, were male and were female. The sex of the remaining "Not says the re- port. ______________ PLENTV OF RAIN Some places on Vancouver Is- land experience the heaviest rainfalls in Canada with totals of more than 200 inches a year. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Any variation in program icHedule ti 1o minute change? by (he Italians and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporfi Morley McGill wilh Contemporary Newi SATURDAY Lao Dow Leo Dow Bert I ClarX Jack Newt eld Total in lor ma Mon John Charlei Barry Hegland MONDAY Jack Newfeld Jim Shearer V.00 John Oliver SUNDAY Chec-llne Beryl ClarX CJOC SATURDAY NlOHT Sports I News ________ Inside from Iht Sunday Outside News Continental Holiday Rob Ingram Daryl Ferguton Remember When Blackfoot Indian Program News PeJe Snow Doug AnderMn SUNDAY Newi ob Ingrim News Hour of Decision Christian Science Sunshine Evangel Voice of Proohecy Concern MONDAY 5-3D Jim Elliot CBC News News, W1hr, Sport Phone BUI Show Wayna Barry Probe 1220 News Atlantic Symphony Cross Country Blacttoot Indian Check Up Program NHL Hockey Solo Tta News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Thyn Rob Ingram Probe 1720 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl ClarK John CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Jack Mewfeld Barry Hegland Jack Newfeld SUNDAY Leo Dew CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Report Jazz for the Record Inside from Irw Symphony Hull CBC SlBQt Distinguished Artists Anthology Bush and Salon Major progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Slorlei Sunday Morning al Bos'on Sunday Magazine News Sunday Supplement Sound of Sport Time SlgniF Sunday ThMlrt Gllmour's Albumi Jazz Celebrations 11 :DD News Collage Don Sims Show Outside Continental Holiday Rtnwmber Whtn _______ Sunday and Friends MONDAY Cross Country Eye Opener Check-Up Sorry I'll Read that Again NHL St. Louis World at _ World at f 9; 15 This Country Radio No on Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World Six IT'S COMING-DONT MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and fkotofiapliic Centet 419 5lh SI. S. Phone 3184921 3rd ANNUAL GIANT WINTER STEREO FAIR "Sound Spectacular" Thurs. and Fri., Feb. 3 and 4 YATE5 MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from Sony! CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cable vision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NICHt Bugs Bunny NHL country TImt Movie: Jolson Sings Aoaln News provincial Affairs Tele probe 7 Movie: Fortune CooKli SUNDAY Crossroads Captain Scarlet Fireball XL-5 TBA Fallh for Today Nlven Miller French Chronicles Safety Roundup for Border Focui on U of L 12: X Reach for the Top I Spy Future Shock MONDAY Country Canada Farm and City Wildlife Unlimited Today Movie: On the Run Romper Room Focus on U of L Mr. Dress Up Encounter Alberta Schools New Majority and Friendly Giant News Chez Helene Audubon (c) Sesame Street Dick Van Dyke Miday-Our Town World of Disney Movie: Charlie The Rovers Chan In Shanghai Jimmy Stewart Galloping Gourmet Flip Wilson Take 30 Whifeoaks of Jalna Edge of Nlcht (c) Weekend (c) Family Court News Drop In Nations Business Truth or Const- Teleproba 7 quences Market Place (c) House ot Frlghf- Gideon's Way ensfeln PenfecoSt Presents a-0n Proaram HI Llahli H1 Ll9hla CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cdblevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Klngo Bingo News _ _____ Oil Report World Tomorrow ,_ Rollin on the River Wild Kingdom (c) Fashions Don Messer Horst Koehier (c) Parians Francsls NewsmaKer'l 4.-30 Doris Day (c) Yoga (c) Untamed World (cl 1Q-.QQ In Conversation Movie: Do Not Fold All Aoout Spindle or Mutllale Ed Allen Room 222 Pierre Bcrton Mod Squad (O Bewitched Eddie's Father W5 Match Movie: River of Mystery News Night Cap (c) Kfeskln U) Movie: Forever My Lava Mannlx (c) SUNDAY News Thought for Day Nightcap (c) 4 H Clubtimt (c) Report Day Of Question Period Oral Roberts David Frost Rural Report MONDAY on Brllaln Thought tor Day Rex Humbard (c) University of Air Beat the Clock Movie: In A Lonely Place What's the Good Word Another World Anything Can Do d-.QQ Dick Van Dyfet Buckshot KRTV Great Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} at New York NFL AcMon Kid Talk Animal World Sixty Minutes Sale of Century SquarM (c) Who, What, When Game As Ihe World Turns News [c) The Doctors (c) Anclhcr World Edge ot Night Love American Style Family A Hair Lucy Show Salute Agrclullurt Comer Pyle Today Show My Three Sons (c) SATURDAY Hee Haw rVOO Laredo (c) Bold Ones Movie: Topaz ____..... ......_.__ ____ Nichols lei Me and the Chimp News (c) The Law and You World of Disney Somerset (c) SUNDAY Jimmy Stewart Tom and Jerry Bonanza (c) Groovle Coolies Cade's Ccunly Lamp Unto My Movie: Welcome Feel Home Johnny Look Up and Llvt Bristol (c) Kathryn Kuhlman Laredo Barrier Reef MONDAY Camera Three Our World Face the Nation Meet Iht Presi ________ ____ Cur 54 Today In Montana 4-30 TBA NHL Minnesota Concentration (c) NBC Nightly News KFBB-TV Green Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevisien Ch. 11) SATURDAY NICHT Make a Wish (c) Caplaln Kangaroo Bewitched Revival Fires Dinah's Place Lawrence VJelK Insight Jack LaLanni Movie: The Directions Audrey (c) ScrtiBmlng Woman Issues and Answers Gnlloplnq Gourmet Tho Slxlh Sensa NBA Milwaukee Where Ihe Heart Is at Baltimore (c) News (c, American Tomorrow Sportsman All My Children Andy Williams Goll Mnko a Deal (c) 5; 00 Wild Kingdom (c) Ncwlywcd Go mo Lassie (c) News Sonny and Cher Secret storm (c) 7--M Mission Impossible One Llto lo Live FOI Days nl Our Lives Mo via: Where Gcncrnl Hospital Eagles Dare (Pt. Thrco on A Match Dntlnn Gamt That Girl Allns Smllh and Jones News News (c) Dick Caveti SUNPAY 4; 30 Farm NflWt The Christopher! Sflcred Heart ThU I) the Llfa Reluctant Dragon News ant) Mr, Tone! News Merc Comes rht Doubltdetktrs (c) MONDAY Firm Ntwt Bewitched Password liJO ;