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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Friday, July 14, 1972 SATURDAY, JULY 15 Morning Q) Farm News fn Jerry Lewis Q Telecourse ffl Road Runner Funky Phantom Q Harlem Globetrotters Q Bear Bunch Jackson 5 Q Pebbles Q) Bewitched Q Archie Q) Lidsville {Q Curiosity Shop a Sabrina Q Pussycats O Fireball XL-5 fJJ Jonny Quest Q Spidcrman O The Monkees JB Thought for the Day (B Rocky and Friends Q You Are There fD Lancelot Link Q Marine Boy Q) Pop (0 Underdog Q Tumbleweed Q Children's Film Fest. O Batman O CBC Sports Special Q Baseball fB Red Fisher (D Roller Games (B Sports Digest JH Movie: Those Magnifi- cent Men in Their Flying Machines (TD TBA (7) Stampede Wrestling Q Bugs Bunny British Open Golf ELECTROHOMB TELEVISION WITH THE DIFFERENCE Spring Clearance! 19 and 20" COLOR PORTABLES STARTING AS LOW AS Electro-lok fine tuning C Electro-lint automatic tint Black Matrix Picture Tube See beautiful sets now on display at 488 ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1138 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 HONDA The Only Way To Go CB100 SUPER SPORTS CB1OO Super you're looking for the quickest way around town or country without spending a lot of money, you've just found it. Tor a bike that weighs in at less than 200 ihe CBlOO's smooth 4-stroke OHC en- gine puts out plenty of power. And its 5-speed gearbox lays it right down on ihe road where you want There it is. Everything you're looking for in one beautiful bikel Regular NOW PRICED AT Available now at LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8B89 ..Closed Monday. Open Dally a.m. to .....Thursday and Friday o.m. lo 9 p.m. Southern Alberta's Largest and Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer Q Q Q CD fO CD CB O at IE O I 03 IB O) Art Instruction Scoobcy Doo Tennis Danger Is My Business News World of Sports Bugs Bunny Hee Haw Lee Trevino Room 222 News Under Attack Comedy Theatre Robin Hood Oil Report Kingo Bingo Like Young Movie: Walk, Don't Run Olympiad Bold Ones Manitoba Derby Rollin' On The River Movie: Evil Roy Blade Elizabeth R Movie: Evil Roy Slade Lawrence Welk Puckett's General Store Owen Marshall Tommy Banks News Laredo News News News Teleprobe 7 News Stampede Go Round Stampede Highlights Human Dimension Theatre Yellow Sky Feature Race News Movie: Lilith Movie: The Blue Max Plastic surgery examined On Thursday, July 20 at p.m., CTV's summer documen- tary series "Quality of Life" examines the clinical, sociolog- ical and emotional consequen- ces of plastic surgery, under the title of "Mirror, Mirror." An original public opinion survey conducted as research for this half hour program demonstrated that most people regard plastic surgery as only for "movie actors" and egoists. "Mirror, Mirror" shows foot- age from two operations, one cosmetic and one to repair a damaged hand, and includes interviews with patients and film of Dr. Lloyd Carlsen, one of the continent's outstanding plastic surgeons. DID YOU KNOW? You can rent paint sprayers, ladders, cement mixers, tents, cribs, cols, shampoocrs, San- ders, lawn mowers, rollers, filers, etc., at WARD'S SERVICES 1712 2nd Ave. S. 328-B77S Open 7-7 ex. Sun. and hoi. New role for 'Mark Sanger' Chief Ironside to do own driving BURBANK (NBC) The only negative letters which Ray- mond Burr has received from paraplegics during the five seasons of NBC-TV's "Ironside" series (Thursdays 9-10 p. m.PT) nave been criticisms of the fact that Chief Robert T. Ironside, confined to a wheelchair, did not do his own driving but re- lied on an aide. The fact that a ranking police officer such as Ironside, wheth- er or not lie were a paraplegic, would have his own driver didn't seem to enter into their reasoning. Most of these corres- pondents were concerned chief- ly with the image of de- pendence being fostered and in this concern, they were backed completely by Raymond Burr. As a result, Chief Ironside in September will be driving Ms own van. "In the next two years of the show, I want Ironside to do everything it is possible for a paraplegic to Burr says. "Not all paraplegics have the physical setup to make this possible. But for any man or woman who is able to do so, learning to drive is one of the most important steps toward regaining his independence." Burr continued, "They've criticized me for not having him do it earlier and perhaps we should have. Now the situa- tion will be remedied." The "Ironside" van has been fitted with the hand controls and in one of the early episodes next fall. Chief Ironside will be taking his driving test from an examiner who is in total awe of the irascible police detective. During the first year of "Iron- while tiie veteran detec- tive was supposed to be recov- ering from the gunshot wound which made a paraplegic of him, the character of Mark Sanger, an aide-attendant play- I.D.A. "SUPER 6 SPECIALS" BUFFER1N (10 (ablets) Sugg. List 1.69. Special 87 (i BROMO-SELT7ER (Family size) Sugg. List 1.35. Special PEPSOBENT (family size) Sugg, tist 99c. Special 66 BAND AID (plastic strips) Sugg. List 1.59. Special 69