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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ft . THIIETHBRIDGE HERAIO - Saturday, January 30, 1971 Sex-bait didn't work in search for monster From AP-Renter BELMONT, Mass. (CP) -Scientists who used sex-bait to hunt Scotland's legendary Loch Ness monster leave for the Middle East today to seek King Je-hosaphat's fleet which sank in the Red Sea nearly 3,000 years ago. The sex-bait, vital essences taken from sea creatures at Miami Seaquarium, didn't work, but their sonar-scanning equipment produced a ghostly shapeless blob that mystified the investigators at the Scottish loch last year. Now Dr. Robert Rines and Dr. Laurence Foster, both of the American Academy of Ap- plied Science in Belmont, are to use similar tracking equipment in an effort to find the sunken fleet of the king of Judah. They will operate sonar and magnetometer equipment in a research project with British, Israeli and other U.S. experts in the Gulf of Aqaba around the island of Jezirat Parcawn-the suggested site of the biblical port of Ezion Geber. The academy, one of the sponsors of the three-year project, said this port, made famous by the fleets of King Solomon, had continued to be used by the Ju-dean kings and the Phoenicians for many generations after the period of Solomon and the Ju-. dean kingdom. "MUSIC FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE" Booking Available For:  CABARETS  WEDDINGS  PARTIES Four of lethbridge's Top Musician* Playing All Type* of Music THE ^ JACKS Contact Bill Holbert 327-4979 Day* - 327-8029 Evenings A new Zenith Hearing Aid in the spirit of the 70's! The remarkably small Z-70 in-the-ear aid is here for you to test-hear today. SATURDAY SPORTS:, Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: The Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Montreal Canadienfl. VARIETY: Pearl Bailey, 6:30 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are impressionist George Kirby, Sergio Mendes and Brasil 3, and comedienne Lucille Ball who parodies Pearl's elaborate entrance. MOVIE: Operation Crossbow, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 9: Three Allied agents are assigned to infiltrate an underground German missile plant. Stars George Peppard and Lilli Palmer. COMEDY: Flip Wilson, 8 p-m., Ch. 13: Guests are Connie Stevens, Stevie Wonder, comic John Byner and Laugh-In's Johnny Brown. MOVIE: Ron Silent, Ron Deep, � p.m., Ch. 7: A lieutenant resents being passed over for appointment as commander of a submarine. Stan dark Gable and Burt Lancaster. MOVIE: Hombre, � p.m., Ch. IS: Stagecoach passengers, left to die in the desert, must depend on a surly reservation-raised loner. With Paul Newman. MOVIE: Arsenic and Old Lace, 11:30 p.m., Ch. Ti A 1944 version of the comedy about two old ladies who look after lonely old men by feeding tttom a compound of strychnine and arsenic Stars Gary Grant and Josephine Hull. MOVIE: Pal Joey, 11:40 p.m., Ch. 13: John O'Hara't musical-drama about a brash singer who dreams of opening his own night club. Stars Frank Sinatra and Rita Hayworth. SUNDAY POLITICS: Face the Nation, t:30 a.m., Ch. a: Interviewed is Democratic Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia who handed Edward Kennedy a stunning defeat for the position of Senate Majority Whip. SPECIAL: No Miracle but Love, 11:30 a.m., Ch. t: NBC looks at the world of the mentally retarded and physically handicapped. SPECIAL: Apollo Preview, 11:30 a.m., Ch. 11: A pro-launch discussion from Cape Kennedy on today's Apollo 14 moon shot. Z-70: comfortable, reliable and convenient to wear, fto cords or bulky case-Juat dependable and Inexpensive hearing assistance. Test-hear the Z-70 today. Mall er bring this coupon lor Ires Z-70 Information and Zenith's "Sound and Hearing",  booklet that shows the wonderful world ot hearing. CECIL 0XENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 1201 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge the quality goes In before the name goes on. NAM! ADORUS CITY 8TATI Zl� PHONE PARENTS! Do you need a break? Attend tht FILM FESTIVAL Sponsored by the SOUTHERN ALBERTA COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Wednseday, February 3rd 7.30 p.m. SPECIAL GUESTS: Dr. O. P. Larson, Supt. of Schools Dr. D. MacPherson, Public School Board Dr. S. Perkins, University of Lethbridge Mr. B. Boras, Separate School Beard Mr. R. Gall, Director of Special School Services THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND 0 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Invite you to their 2nd ANNUAL GIANT FAIR Sound Spectacular THURS. and FRI., FEB. 4 and 5 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This Is your opportunity to see and hear the largest selection of stereo equipment over assembled in Southern Alberta. Factory representatives from several leading stereo component manufacturers will be on hand to explain and demonstrate component stereo. SEE and HEAR! The fabulous sound of stereo-plus all the very latest developments in this fast-growing field of entertainment systems. QUADRASONICS 4-CHANNEL STEREO  SONY  PIONEER  DUAl/NORESCO  SANSUI  R.S.C.  BSR/McDONALD  WH ARFD ALE/ AGS  PANASONIC  LIOYDS FREE COFFEE and A & W ROOT BEER COURTESY OF LETHBRIDGE A & W ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO & PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE SPECIAL: Apollo Launch, Noon, Ch. 13, 12:90 p.m., Ch. 7: The three-man Apollo 14 starts out on lis scheduled nine-day moon trip, nine months after the ill-fated Apollo 13 was forced back by mechanical defects. SPORTS: Golf Tournament, 3 p.m., Ch. 11: Closing action in the 4th Andy Williams-San Diego Open Invitational. PUBAFFAIRS: New Majority, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: A report on the Sturgeon Valley Family Co-op, an agricultural commune near Edmonton. MOVIE: Run, Simon, Run, 5:30 p.m., Ch. 13: An Indian returns to his people after serving a 10-year prison term, vowing to find the killer of Ms brother. Stars Burt Reynolds and Inger Stevens. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A study of resources and wildlife on the North American prairies. DRAMA: The Manipulators, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Marc Strange returns as a probation officer in this Vancouver-produced series, tonight dealing with his efforts to clear a probationer of suspicion in a U.S. consulate bombing. With Susan Hogan. PUBAFFAIRS: WS, � p.m., Ch. 13: The Tsar to Lenin recounts a history of Russia during the October Revolution. SPECIAL: Elephant Country, t:lS p.m., Ch. 11: In South Africa, elephants fight against extinction facing them through man's ever-growing domination of the Jungle. DRAMA: Night Gallery, 10:30 p.m., Ch. 9: A has-been salesman desperately seeks a return-trip to a happier past. With William Windom. MOVIE: Walk East on Beacon!, Midnight, Ch. 7: A 1962 mystery about an FBI investigation into espionage agents threatening an American scientist. With George Murphy. MONDAY MOVIE: WIM Seed, l p.m., Ch. II: A teen-age girl (Celia Kaye) and a young drifter (Michael Parks) begin a hitchhiking trek in search of the girl's father. PICTURE REMOVED SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP) � The Salisbury city council, officially noting Rhodesia's severance of all ties with the British Crown, removed the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II from its chamber. INSPIRED SONG PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (CP) - A return drive from a hunting trip in northern Saskatchewan provided the inspiration for a song recorded by a Prince Albert band. Tall Pine Trees was recorded in Edmonton by Eddy Jaye and the Poormen. RADIO&TV LISTINGS ere Rites' by *e reelo eel HlMklse thrtlwis. Any verMiee h sweeten seheeelee k alee te task alMta eMatss by �� stetleM ens b est Hie i* mil* Ore et lbs NeteM er Betfwey T�U�U1��. Student volunteers run radio station EDMONTON (CP) - A staff of 120 is more than most radio stations can boast, but then most stations pay their staff. CKSR-the SR stands for Student Radio-the University of Alberta's voice on student affairs and tastes, is staffed by volunteers who work anywhere from two to the 90 hours a week station director Tom Taachuk says be is on the job. Because "people can't come in here and work six hours day with academic obligations coming first," the station has 60 announcers. And while Mr. Taschuk said the size is a bit unwieldy, it does "provide several viewpoints on programming." Additionally, with classroom and home work often interfering with a student's duties at the station, the large number of people employed makes it reasonably easy to substitute for an announcer who doesn't show up. University enrolment is a must for CKSR employees, but because of Mr. Taschuk's work load he is taking only two classes. Later on, however, he's taking medicine and the time he's at the station will be severely cut. SEEKS FM LICENCE "Working for a student radio station is not a professional training," said Mr. Taschuk, "I'd like to see courses dealing in the media offered at the university. "Lots of people go from here into professional radio work . which is very competitive, active work." CKSR has a small amplitude modulation (AM) transmitter which broadcasts only within the university campus and to a small restaurant nearby. It has applied for a frequency modulation (FM) licence and if it gets one will broadcast throughout Edmonton. Mr. Taschuk says young people listen to radio for music which is the staple diet for listeners. "It's mostly youth music, some underground, the deeper stuff that most commercial stations don't have." The station's library contains about 2,000 records ranging from add rock to classical. University affairs, interview shows, announcements and news broadcasts are included in regular programming which starts at 6:30 a.m. and ends at 1:30 a.m. four days a week. On Friday and Saturday the station operates 24 hours. NIOHT SATURDAY 5:40 Sports 5:53 News 6:03 Indian 7:00 Action Music 1:00 Dsryl Ferguson 12:00 Doug Andsrsen lOr----- Magazine Set Hit NOAV COO News 7: 8:05 Rob Ingram a 8:00 News ' ,  8:13 Christian Science 10: 8:30 Voice of Prophecy 10: 9:00 Sunday Magazine ? CJOC * 10:00 News 10:05 Rob Ingram 11:00 Church Broadcast 13:30 News 1:05 Pete Snow 4:00 News , .-5:00 Funny Yau Should 12: Say That 12: :1S Music Scene 1: :10 Capitol Report .03 Continental Holiday 1: 1:00 Hour ot Decision 3 30 Sunshine Evangel 4: Hour * MONDAY 30 Jim Elliott oo News, Wthr, Sport 50 News, Wthr, Sport .45 Phone Bill Show 05 Wayne Barry oo Probe 1220 30 News, Wthr, Sport 00 News and Grain Prices  j05 Jack Thys :30 Matinee :05 Bob Lang :00 World at Six ? CHIC * News on the Hour - Wthr., Sports SATURDAY NIOHT 7:00 Back to the Bible 7:30 Music Interlude 8:00 World Tomorrow 1:30-6:00 a.m. Simulcast CHEC-FM CHEC-FM EVEREADY USe THE RIGHT BATTERY FOR THE RIGHT JOBI NO. 1050 "0" SIZE TRANSISTOR Specially Do-s I g ned For longer Distortion Free llst-lenina, At a Moderate Price Application: RADIOS, TAPE RECORDERS, RECORD MAYERS, etc. EACH fVEREADY IkflNSISlOK Hfll11 HI 400 Distributed by LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE IIDO Available at  Oalt Home Appliances  Oddles Central Drugs, Taber  3-D Hobby Shop  Value Village Pharmacy  Short Stop Service  House of Color  Mart's Confectionery  Chimo Union 76  McCready Baines Drugs  Stubbs Drugs  Stokes Drugs  Thriftway Drugs  leisters Music ltd. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North Weekend Entertainment !r IN THE CLUBROOMS Fri. and Sat. Evening - Jan. 29 and 30 "SUNSET FOUR" Yvonne and Marv Qualley 419-5th Street S. Phone 328-6922 SOCIAL EVENING Sat., Jan. 30 - 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by the "CAMEOS" $5.00 PER COUPLE Members and Invited Guests! News fifteen minutes to the hour. SATURDAY 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Day of Dltcovery 10:00 Western Canada 10:30 Market Place 11:00 Rex Humberd, Religion 12:00 Pentecost Presents 12:30 Flight of Apollo XIV 2:00 Wild Kingdom 2:30 Travel with 7. Dasllva 3:00 World Tomorrow 3:30 Tom Jones 7: 4:00-4:01 Apollo XIV 8: Report 8: 4:30 Question Period 9 5:00 University 9: Challenge (c) 9: 5:30 Movie: Run Simon 10: Run 10: 7:00 Untamed World 11: 7:30 Hee Haw (c) 11 8:30 Here's Lucy (c) 12 9:00 W5 (c) 12 10:00 Marcus Welby 1; 11:00 CTV News le) 2 11:15 Apollo XIV 3 11:30 News 3 11:50 Chlnchella 4 12:05 Pentecost Presents 4 12:35 MacPherson Report 5 MONDAY 10 Thought for Day 15 News (c) 30 University of Air 00 Miss Helen IS Sand Box ;00 Let's Pretend 15 Parlons Francals 30 Man Trap 00 In Conversation 30 Pierre Berton (C) 00 Peyton Place 30 Beat the Clock 00 Lucy Show :30 Buckshot 00 Movie: Wild Seed 30 Jury Trials :00 Another World 30 Trouble with Trecy -.00 I Dream of Jeannla 30 Woody Woodpecker :00 Fllntilones (c) KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIOHT 4:30 News 5:00 News (c) 5:30 Mission impossible 2:30 children's Film 12:00 NHI__St. Louis et 8:00 Today In Montana Boston 8:30 Concentration (c) 12:30 Apollo XIV.Launch 9:00 Family Atlalr 8:30 Flip Wilson 7:30 Movie: Operation Crossbow 10:00 Arnle (e) 10:30 Name of Game SUNDAY 8:45 Living World 7:00 Tom and Jerry (c) 7:30 Revival Fires (c) 8:00 Rex Humbard 9:00 Kathryn Kuhlman 9:30 Face the Nation 10:00 Farm News 10:05 Tabernacle Choir 10:30 TBA 11:00 Meet the Press 11:30 No Miracle But Love Fast 3:30 Animal World 4:00 News 4:30 Lassie 5:00 Wild Kingdom 5:30 Disney's World Color (c) 5:30 Bill Cosby (c) 7:00 Bonanza 8:00 Bold Ones (c) 9:00 Medical Centre 10:00 Hogan's Heroes(el 10.30 Four In One (c) 11:30 The Law and You MONDAY 8:15 Our World 8:45 Salute Agriculture 7:00 Today Show 9:30 Squares (c) 10:00 Jeopardy Ic) 10:30 who, What, Where Game 10:55 News (c> (e) 11:00 Another World - of Sommerset (e) 11:30 As the World Turns 12:00 Our Lives (e) 12:30 The Doctors (e) 1:00 Another World - Bay City 1:30 Edge ot Night (e) 2:00 Gomer Pyle 2:30 Mike Douglas (c) 4:00 Hillbillies 4:30 News 5:00 NBC Nightly News 5:30 Green Acres 5:00 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIOHT 5:30 Andy Williams 5:30 Pearl Bailey 7:30 Lawrence Walk 8:30 That Girl 9:00 Glen Campbell 10:00 News 10:15 Movie: XI5 SUNDAY 7:00 Farm News 7:30 Smokay Bear 8:00 Johnny Quest 8:30 Cattanooga Cats 9:00 Bullwlnkle (c) 9:30 Discovery (c) 10:00 This Is the Life 10:30 Christophers 10:45 Sacred Heart Program 11:00 Directions 11:30 Apollo Preview 12:00 Basketball- N.Y. at Baltimore 2:15 American Sportsman 3:00 Golf 5:00 Children's Health Test 8:00 FBI 7:04 Movie: Hombre 9:15 elephant Country 10:15 News 10:30 Jackie Gleeson MONDAY 5:30 News 7:00 Capt. Kangaroo 8:00 Dinah's Place (c) 8:30 Jeck LaLanne 9:00 Sale et the Century 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10:00 Audrey 10:30 A World Apart 11:00 All My Children 11:30 Make a Deal (c) 12:00 Newlywed Gama 12:30 News 1:00 Secret Storm (e) 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Words and Music 2:30 Love Is a Many Splendored Thing 3:00 Dark Shadows 3:30 General Hospital 4:00 That Girl 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Dating Gama 5:30 News 8:00 Ed Sullivan ;