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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE lETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, July 11, 1972 Cape Kennedy name dropped WASHINGTON (Renter) Tlie Senate passed today a reso- lution to elinngc Cnpc Kennedy, the area from which the United States makes its space launch- Ings, back to its original name of Cape Canaveral. The resolution, introduced by Republican Senator Edward Gurney and Democratic Senior Development project set EDMONTON (CP) A pilot development project for the Drumheller region was an- nounced here by Dave Russell, Alberta's municipal affa i r s minister. An information and profes- sional advisory service will es- tablish community inventories and integrate planning with the objective being to obtain more benefits from federal provin- cial programs. Lavvton Chiles, both of Florida, was approved by voice vole by only a handful of senators present. Former president Lyndon Johnson signed the executive order that changed the name because of the late President Kennedy's close identification with the U.S. space program. However, pressure built up among Florida residents for a return to the original name. They said the cape has been a historic landmark since the 1500s. The resolution, which does not change the name of the space centre itself, also named after President Kennedy, now goes to the House of Representatives for a vote. SMOG SHRINKS PEACHES BOLOGNA, Italy (Reuler) A factory here was accused of polluting the air and causing peach trees in a local orchard to produce half size, mis- shapen fruit. ANNOUNCEMENT DR. JOHN W..MATHER would like to announce he has joined his General Dentistry practice with that of DR. B. J. V. HOVER of.121 .McFarland. Building For appointment phone 327-4140 PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE SUMMER HOURS IN EFFECT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 17 LAUNDRY SECTION- 8 A.M. TO 11 P.M. EVERYDAY DRYCLEAN SECTION- B A.M. TO 6 P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS 12 INGLIS WASHERS Big 12-lb. Inglii waih Lett of hoi, soft water to get clothes clean Inglis gives 32 gallons of water per load Inglis has 7 spray rinses and one deep power rinse Inglis Washers are self-cleaning 6 INGLIS DRYERS 0 Inglil Dryes hold up to three washer loads 4 ESTATE DRY CLEANERS Quality dry cleaning by the load SHOP ATTENDED DURING DRY CLEANING HOURS PHONE 327-0811 NOTICE! OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION Does NOT CLOSE For VACATION We Are Open For Business As Usual During The Summer "4 Optical Dispensers On Duty To Serve You" Open Dally 9 a.m. lo p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. lo p.m. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 3os-7ih. ST. s. LETHBRIDGE: Phone 327.3609 TV HIGHLIGHTS SATUHDAY DOCUMENTARY: Olympiad, p.m., Ch. 7. Inter- views with some of Canada's former Olympic stars are in- terviewed on "Olympic Gold." MOVIE WESTERN: Day of Hie EvU Giui, p.m., Ch. 11. Glenn Ford stars in the made-for-TV film about an ex-gunfighter's search for his wife and children. Arthur Kennedy, Dean Jagger. 19GO, 2 hrs. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Elizahclh R, p.m., Ch. 7. Chapter 5 Is set in 1558, the year Philip of Spain gets set to Invade England with his might Armada. Glenda Jackson stars. INTERVIEW VARIETY: Tommy Banks, p.m., Cli. 7. Author Simrna Holt, British comic actor Frankia Howerd and Anton Szandor, head of a Church of Satan. MOVIE MELODRAMA: Gammera, p.m., Cli. 11. A giant pre-liisloric turtle threatens to destroy the world. Brian Donlevy. Japanese, 19G6. MOVIE DRAMA: Underworld U.S.A., Midnight, Ch. 7. A young man sets out to avenge the gangland slaying of his father. Cliff Robertson. I960, 100 min. MOVIE DRAJMA: Darling, Midnight, Ch. 13. Julie Chris- tie won an academy award for her portrayal of amoral model Diana Scott. Dirk Bogarde, Laurence Harvey. English, 1965. SUNDAY INTERVIEW: Camera Three, am., Ch. 3. Using scenes form some of his famous films, Alfred Hitchcock ex- plores his suspense techniques. SPORT SPECIAL: Golf Tournament, p.m., Ch. 7. Final round-action in the llth American Golf Classic from Akron, Ohio. NATURE DOCUMENTARY: The Untamed World, p.m., Ch. 13. A visit to the lush, deep Ngorongo Cra- ter in Tanzania. ADVENTURE: Walt Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. A violent horse fight and chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede highlight the conclusion of Hacksaw, an adventure about an unbreakable wild stallion. LAW DRAMA: Justice, p.m., Ch. 7. Harriet's new beau, a doctor, faces a negligence charge. Margaret Lock- wood. DRAMA SPECIAL: The Odyssey, p.m., Ch. 7. Ulys- finally returns to Ithaca after 20 years wandering. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Death by Misadventure, p.m., Ch. 13. Chronicle et a 1939 British submarine dis- sinking on June I si H.M.S. Thetis that took 99 lives. DOCUMENTARY! One Northern Summer, p.m.. Cli. 7. A visit to the annual Klondike Festival In, the old Yukon boom town of Dawson City. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Guest Is noted photographer David Douglas Duncan. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Storm Center, p.m., Ch. 7. A li- brarian arouses the wrath of townspeople when she refuses to remove controversial book from the shelves. Bette Davis. 195G, 90 min. WESTERN MOVIE: The Bounty Killer. p.m., Ch. 13. An Easterner kills an outlaw and decides to become a professional bounty hunter. Dan Duryea. 1965, 90 min. Kidney stones are removed by painless technique LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) Ultrasonic waves have been used for quick and painless removal of a kidney stone during an operations that or- dinarily would have required open surgery and a week or more in hospital, a surgeon says. Dr. Roger Goodfriend said in an interview yesterday that he used the technique during an operation performed Sun- day at Los Gatos Community Hospital. The patient, identified only as a man in his 30s, was pain-free Monday and went home Tuesday, Goodfriend added. Dr. Goodfriend, 43, a clini- cal instructor of urology at Stanford University Medical School, said he had been ex- perimenting with the tech- nique on dogs for three years. He said he was encouraged by the success of the first op- eration, but "much more study of techniques, research and perfection' of equipment Is needed before the method can be widely used." NORTH TO ALASKA DEPARTURE Auguit 12 SEE Skagway, Dawion City, Fair banki, W h 11 ehorse, i S Prince Rupert, Jasper and more. INCLUDES For- rylinsr rail and coach fare nightly aceomodoiianl sightseeing and much more. ESCORTED- 15 fun filled dayi AI low CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND DEPARTURES By deluxe highway cruiser Sept. 9 end Oct. 7 See Diineyland, Lot An- gvlei, Hollywood, San Frunciico, San Diego, Ti- juana, Mexico, Lai Vegas, Sale Lake City end more. INCLUDES: Transportation, n I g h t ly accomodation, jighUeeing in ell major Vegas bonus Hi-neighbour party and mare. ESCORTED 15 fun filled days. At low an for FREE Brochure Call Your Travel Agent or: Phone 474-7626, tvgi. 454-39B7 207 Kiesge Bldg. Edmonton, Alia. Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education COACHING SCHOOL FOR GRADE XII SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATIONS July 24th to August 4th, 1972 TENTATIVE TIMETABLE a.m. English 30, Mathematics 30, Biology 30 30, 30, French 30 p.m. Physics 30, Mathematics 31 Classes begin _ July 24lh, 1971 FEE: subject Pre-regiMration prior to July 24lh Ii doilrable. For further information and reQislroljon please contach SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141 ext. 228 Lang favors state car insurance TORONTO (CP) The Star says federal Justice Minister Otto Lang favors replacing pri- vate automobile insurance com- panies with no-fault, govern- ment-run insurancG plans In each province. The newspaper, In an Ottawa story, quotes Mr. Lang as say- ing in an interview the failure of provincial governments to re- form automobile Insurance Is a "disgrace." "I'm not a The Star quotes Mr. Lang as saying. "But I don't believe in wasting money by useless duplication. We should have one government insurance scheme in each prov- ince just like we have one post office." Gas plant hearing at Pincher EDMONTON The Environ- ment Conservation Authority will hold public hearings into the environmental effects of the operation of sulphur ex- traction gas plants in Alberta. The hearings, requested by Environment Minister Bill Yur- ko, are scheduled for Pincher Creek Oct. 2, Red Deer Oct. 5 Whitecourt Oct. 11, Calgary Oct. 16 and Edmonton Oct. 19. Parking lickel decision peiidiug CALGARY (CP) Judg- ment was reserved in Alberta Supreme Court in a case which raised doubts about the method used in the province of tagging illegally parked cars. The crown appealed a pro- vincial court acquittal in which a woman's counsel successful- ly argued the ticket naming her as "registered owner" was not sufficient proof she was the ac- tual "owner." Mr. Justice W. K. Moore said a decision would be made after considering written submis- sions. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAt 61 B 3rd Ave. 5. Phono 328-5447 The Star quotes Mr. Lang as saying he wants all disputes over fault and damages in auto- mobile accidents to be taken oul of the courts. After an accident, each driver would collect dam- ages from the government re- gardless of who was at fault The Star quotes Mr. Lang is saying his reforms could lighten court loads by as much as 50 or 60 per cent and save taxpayers millions of dollars. The province is In charge of the administration of justice, but the federal government pays judges' salaries. The Star says Mr. Lang will promote his ideas for state car insurance in private discus- sions, but he won't use his posi- tion as justice minister to press the provinces to adopt such scheme. The first step of the opera- tion is insertion of a cysto- scope, a telescope-like tube, into the urinary tract-lo the bladder, he said. Then a smaller tube is in- serted in the cystoscope and on into the ureter. The ultra- sonic probe is then introduced inside the inner tube. After contact of the probe with the stone is verified by x-rays, a pulse of high-fre- q u e n c y ultrasonic energy causes the stone to disinte- grate into many tiny pieces, with minimal damage to tis- sue, Dr. Goodfriend said. During the process a tiny pump sends an irrigating fluid through the ureter catheter. Kidney stones form from deposits of calcium com- pounds and often are passed naturally through the urinary tract. But if one forms to block the ureter, connecting the kidney and bladder, it can lead eventually to a pressure buildup that can destroy the kidney, Dr. Goodfriend said. CENTURY OLD The piano accordion was flrst made m Italy In 1872. Career Opportunity for LICENSED MECHANIC FRONT END SALESMAN at our new Service Centre 3316 1st Ave. S. Company Benefit Program i On the Job Training Apply in Person GULF OIL CANADA LIMITED 1812 2nd AVENUE S. I BIRTHDAY SALE WINNERS WINNER Mrs. Nala Gaehrner of Cardston Is shown accepting a cheque for 2500 Mr. Grant Hinman of Temple City Drugs, Cardslon. Looking on ii Bob Cole, IDA Representative. POLAROID CAMERA WINNERS IEVINA HAWK Stavely, Alberta VIVIAN C. MclNTOSH 2731 6th Avenue N.W. Calgary, Alta. A. JON WHALIEY 7-1514 Main Street Saskatoon, Sask. SHARON JOHNSON 247 lit Avenue Hardlevllle, Alta. MRS. A. M. SERVOID 5010 42 Avonus Welasklwln, Alia. MR. and MRS. NICK BUCYK 12040 65 Street Edmonton, Alta. ALICE YACHIMEC Thortilld, Alta- PEGGY NEUFFAR P.O. Ben 141 Ponoka, Aha. IRENE LANYILLC Coloman, Alberta MARY FLASHA R. R. No. 1 Boyle, Alia. WAKM, SUNNY EDMONTON (CP) Attend- ance al HID opening day of (lie Klondike Days Exp o s i Lion reached Thursday in warm, sunny weather, up from on opening day in 1971. Opening day last year was also warm and sunny. FOURTH PEIISON NEW YORK (AP) Clifford Irving announced Thursday the September puhlication of his account of the Howard Hughes autobiography hoax, he said the forthcoming book would disclose the rolo of a fourth person involved in the affair. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs i-re Idled by the radio gnd television ilolloni. Any variation In program -schedule ii due to lait. minute changes by the italloni and If net the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Diilrlbulori Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News SATURDAY Paul Tessler News News, Sporli Jack Oliver Jack Ncufeld Jack Newfeld MONDAY SUNDAY BurY' Clflrtt Leo Dow Leo Dow Paul Tessler John Oliver Barry Hegland Dave King if CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Inside from Ihe OuNde Continental Holiday News Doug Anderson Peter Snow Terry Vogt Big Bands cnunftv Blackloot Indian SUNDAY Program News News Solo eilS Christian Science Voice of Prophecy Sunday Mag-jiina Rob Ingram John Charles AManlic Symphony The End Blackfoot Indian Hour of Decision Program Sunshine Evangel Concern MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News Hews, Wlhr, Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry PrnbB 1220 News, Wlhr, Sporl News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John Walker Probo 1220 if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT JacK Newfeld Jack Mewfeld Barry Hegland Beryl Clark John Charlei SUNDAY Leo Dow i( CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Thi SATURDAY NIGHT Inside from identities Outside Music De Cheznous Carousel CBC Stage Summer Swlrch- Distinguished Arllsls Anlhology Bush and Salon Major Progression Warner'i Works Wax MON'DAY board Eye Opener Remember When flico World al 0 Sunday and Friends Calgary Eys I'll Reed That Opcnei Again Sound of Spoit Morning Concert Sunday Thealre Chlldrcn'9 Stories Gilmaur's Alhiims Sunday Morning News Sunday Magazine Jazz Canadians Sunday Supplement Celebration: Time Signal ..._......_ _____ Capital Report Collage News, wihr. This Counh-y Time Signal Radio Noon SlocKmarket Teke II from Hcrt Holiday (PI. 1) Home Run Nowi World Six CLCC BroadcaBU over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Dave Oberg Major News Major News Major News John Malakoff Carol Seari Duane Meyers Doug Gossen This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flkoloylapliic Centel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Niven Miller I Spy Under Alleck (c) Wildlife Unlimited MONDAY Olympiad (c) Reach for the Top Farm and Cily Pucketl's General TBA Slore (c) Olympic Trials Elizabeth R (c) Golf Bless this House World Tomorrow Tommy (c) Man Alive News Country Canada Teleprobe 7 More Time Movie: Underworld The Rovers U.S.A. The Super (c) lilS Movie: The Smallest Show on Earth Today Romper Room Mr. Dress Up [c) Friendly Giant (c) Chez Helen Sesame Street (c) World of Disney Klondike Days Bless This House Hi Lilcs JUSliCC (C) Sunday al 9 One Northern Summer (c) Weekend News Teleprobe 7 Buller's Beat McHale'j Navy Movie: Storm Centre summer Town Take 30 Edge oJ Nlahl (c) Family Court Drop in Trulh or Consequences SUNDAY Crossroads Gospel Hour Faith for Today CFCN-TV Lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} SATURDAY NIGHT Summer '72 Rupert Bear (c) Fulurily Slakes Draw (c) Fashion News (c) Oil Report (c) KJngo Bingo Like Young (c) Wild Kingdom Horst KoeMer Ouldoor Sporlsmt Untamed World Rolling on River t Movie: A Clear and Sewing fc) Yoga (c) House of Frighten- Movie: Present Danger Billy Liar 7-00 Room Y21 News Mod Squad (c) Whoop-Up Review Keskin Movie: Darling Death SUNDAY venture Thought for Day Mannix Day of News (c) Oral Roberts News (c) Rural Report Oil rteport Word Film Fill Pentecost Presents Another World Rex Humbard (c) 11 MS Queslion Period Don Messer (c) David Frcsl Nice Mix (c) Call or Ihe West Penlecost Presenls Thounht Filrnboard Day 55 North Maple (c) by Misad- AM About Faces Ic) DICK Van Dyke Movie: The Bounty Killer Whal's the Good Anything You Can Do Balman (c) Bewilched (c) the Family Affair Bird's Eye View KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY AAU int'l Champs Sale of Century Hee Haw Tennis Squares (cl Jerry Rsed Kid Talk Jeopardy (c) Bold Ones Anlmnl World Who, Whal, Where Movie: Far From Campaign '77 Gnmn Ihe Madding Crowd My World and News (c) News Laredo Human Dimension Jli SUNDAY Tom flrd Jerry Groovle Goolles Humbard (c) Katnryn Kuhlmar Barrier Reef Camera Thrca Face Ihe Nation Meet the Press Car W (c) Mr. Wizard Bugalooi Welcome lo II (cJ Love K a Many World of Disney Splcndorerf Thlnrj Jimmy Stewart As the Worfd Turns Bonanza (c) News (c) Cade's County The Doctors (c) Movie: Tarjfin and Another World Ihe Jungle Boy Edge of Nighl American Enter- Love American prise Dehalo (c. Style MONDAY F.imily Affair Our World Lucy Show snlule Agricullurfl My Three Sons 7.00 Today Shi Today in _____ Concentration (c) :00 Dcvcrly Hlllblllici Montana News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Issues and Room 212 (c) Answers Comedy Thcalre Film FealL Movie: Day of ttM Golf Evil Gun (c) Lawrence Welk Owen Marshall News News (c) Movlo: Gammera SUNDAY Farm New) Closcup Is Rovivni rirri Gcspfll Hour Make A Wish Mr. Tond DoublodQcktri Bullwlnklt Comment (c) Dinah's Pines Jack LaLanna Audrey (c) Galloping Gourmet 10-00 Where the Hear! Is Low Income Calling News (r> Wild Kingdom Tomorrow Lnssie All My Children Ken Berry Show Mnko n Donl (c) Mmlon Impossible Newlywed Gnmo FDI NflWS Movie: Secret Slorm (c) Lord Jin. One Llfa lo Live Nrws Dflys of Our Llvoi Nrws Goner.il Hnspllfll BllliP James llnrnls Throe on n Match MONDAY n.llinrj Game l-nrm Nuws Spill Second Nrws ncwltchnd Cnptnln Kflngnroo 5.00 Pasiword ;