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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutittay, July 25, 1972 THE LITHIRIDOE HSRALD It ITV HIGHLIGHTS! .TUESDAY SPOUTS SPECIAL: All-Slar prc-gamc show, p.m., Ch. 7. Dick Schapp hosls "the People's a light ap- proach lo all-star balloting. SPOUTS SPECIAL: Baseball All-Slar Game. p.m.. Ch. 7. Tlie 43rd all-star game is telecast from Atlanta. Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek report. SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE: The People, p.m., Ch. II- Eerie phenomena provide Uie mystery in this drama about a secluded village whose inhabitants possess strange powers. Kim Darby, William Shatner. 1972, 90 min. MEDICAL DRAMA: Marcus Wclhy, p.m., Ch. 13. The "new morality" sparks an unusual conflict in "Solomon's a story about Welby's niece and her boyfriend. Robert Young. VARIETY: Ian Tyson. Ch. ]3. Carl Perkins, the Country Gentlemen and Spriggs and Single guest. INTERVIEW: Pierre Ilcrlon, p.m., Ch. 13. Tonight: a discussion about homosexuality. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. William Holden and produced Marty Rackin are the quests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Sail A Crooked SIlip, p.m. Ch. 7. A small-time crook plans a big-time robbery. Ernie Kov- acs, Robert Wagner. 19C2, 90 min. MOVIE WESTERN: Warpath. p.m., Ch. 13. Alter sn 11-year search a former cavalry officer [inally traces one of three bank robbers. Edmond O'Brien, Polly Bergen, Dean Jagger, 1951, 90 min. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Praghimii.n lined by Ihe radio and ttlevlilon ilationi. Any variation In program ichedule it due to lait- mlnufe chargei by the nations and It nbl Ihe rcipon- Jibllity of Ihe Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stern and Photographic Centre. CHEC Hoger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NISHT NewWd Chsdlne King WEDNESDAY JacK Newfeld 5-00 Bury! Clark Dave King TUESDAY NIGHT World al 5lx John Walker John Charles 12.30 Terry Vogl WEDNESDAY CBC News CJOC i Jtm Elliot News, WeaTher and Sporls Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sporls News and Grain Prices JacK Tnys John Walker World at SU CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concerts (Bob Consie) Don MacMaster Hedman Sign-Off Di a.i CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Radio Noon It Happens Eye Opener Market Tuesday Night World at B 1-55 Stock Market Introduction e-15 Eye Opener Take It from Hert Tuesday Night This Country 3-30 Holiday News, Wlhr, Sport Time Signal Home Run Rupert's Land TU55 Mallons Business, News Slide Provincial Aflairs World at Six if CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Coblevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Dave Oberg John Malakotf Doug Gossen News News Carol Sears This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo ana Pnoloalapliic Cent el 419 5th St. 5. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Truth or Conse- quences Tclcprobe 7 Sporls Wer-k Foolball Tcleprobe WEDNESDAY Farm and Cily ___ ._mpc-r Room (c) Mission Impossible Mr. Drossup IQ'.M Hollywood and Ihe Friendly Gianl Slars Chez Helene News fCl Sesame 5lreet Klondike Days Hi- Movie: Sail a CrcckEd Ship Summer Town Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Trulh or Consequences CFCN-TV Lellibridge Channel 13 'Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Family AflGir Doris Day News (c) Cade's Counly Eddie's Falhcr Marcus Wolby First and Ten Ian Tyson The Persuaders (c) News Pierre BeHon David Frcnl WEDNESDAY Thouahl for Day Rupcrl Bear _............. Fashion In Sewing Anvining Yi Yog.i (c) Do House cf FrlcjM- Bnlman cnstcin (c) Bowlrchcd SS North Maple Family Affair (c) Aboul Faces Bcsl tho Clock Movie: Warpalh Whnt's tnc liood Word Anolhcr World Can KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Snlc of the Cnnlury Annlhcr Wnrlrf Hollywood Squares Cdgn of Nifiht (c) Lovfi American Gama News LGVG Is a Many Splnndorcd Thing World Turns Family Afl.llr Lucy Show (c) My ThrcR Sons Beverly Hillbillies TUESDAY NIGHT Base-brill Myslery Movie News 10-30 Tnnlrjht Show WEDNESDAY Our World Snlulc AgrlcUlturi Today Show (c) __________ Today In Mows (c) Concentration Tho Dcclcn KFBE-TV Grear Fuiii Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Nowj Three on n Match News (c) Cflpt. Kflnnflroo Our Lives Mod Squad Dinflh's Plnco (c) News Movie: Tho Pcoplo Jnck Secret Storm Marcus Wclhy Aurlroy (c) Ono Life lo Llvi News (c) Gnlloplnri Gourmet Genorfll Hospllal Arnlr Ihe Heart Is Honeymoon Suite Movie 7HA (c) Spill Second (c) WF-DNE5DAY (or Ocwllchctl WEDNESDAY Tornorrcw Pauword Farm All My Children Ncwi if you ask me... By RON CALDWELL Herald Staff Writer It's time someor.e took a close, hard look at some of the procedures used by our telephone company. I'm thinking particularly of the things that arc involved in installation and billing. U you move into a dwelling in which there is no tele- phone, it will coit six dollars to have one installed. If you move into a dwelling where there is a telephone, it will cost you six dollars to have one installed. The telephone company says the installation cost also covers the record keeping that is Involved when a nuw sub- scriber rents a telephone. Now how much money does it lake to type someone's name and put it into a file? But the real killer is that if your telephone is disconnected for late payment, it still costs tho six dollars lo have it re-connected. And, you only have 10 days lo pay the bill. Most other services and all stores give at least 30 days. So why does the telephone company demand payment in a third of the time? They say that after a bill is overdue, they figure the client no longer wants his telephone and so after a warning, Ihe Ihing is shut off. This reasoning is a bit ridiculous, to put it mildly If a person no longer wauled to have a telephone, they would call the company and say so. I feel this dictatorial practice of disconnecting a tele- phone should be halted without further delay. Why should anyone have the right to deprive any segment of the population of an essential service? The most annoying factor is the time it takes lo have a telephone installed as opposed to the time it takes to have one disconnected. In most places, it takes the telephone company any- where from a week to 10 days to hook up a telephone. But, for some mysterious reason, they can find someone lo disconnect the thing on a moment's notice. After all, they don't know for sure that you aren't going lo pay your bill within 10 days until the 10 days are passed. The work involved in connecting and disconnecting a tele- phone is practically Ihe same, so why does it lake so long to accomplish one when the other can be done so quickly? Now then, suppose someone a pensioner for has an accident in their home. They crawl to the telphone to summon help, pick up the receiver and it is dead. Our telephone company, in its greed, has shut that service off. Or il a home catches fire in. the night. Someone runs (o the phone to call for assistance. The phone is dead. It has been disconnected by a company that couldn't wait a few days for its money. By the time a neighbor, if there is one near by, can be roused to call the fire department, it could be a person, not just the telephone, that is dead. Just how much is worth anyway? And, I've never known the company lo give a discount xvhen a storm or some other incident knocks telephones out of service. Now, consider this aspect for a moment. If you don't make a single long-distance call in a year, it's still going to cost you more than to have a telephone. For 5100 you can purchase a television set with which you can watch and hear people around the world, or even on the moon. Admittedly you can't talk to them, but you carft see them on the telephone either. Shouldn't the telephone company be able to develop a long-distance system that costs as little as television? Why not write j'our local telephone company and ask them? No prepaid dental care The provincial government has no intention to include pre- paid dental care in health says Neil Crawford, minister of health and social development. He said he has received a brief from the Alberta Dental Association suggesting the type of coverage to be introduced in tho province, but because of the cost factor and the short- age of dentists, prepaid dental care will not be considered "in the immediate future." Mr. Crawford said there are 64U dentists in Alberta, giving a ratio one dentist to people. "The rate for Canada, as a whole, is one to he said. "Alberta ranks third after Ontario and British Col- umbia." The minister said he would like to see a ratio of one den- tist to people in Alberta. NEWLY RENOVATED PICTURE BUTTE HOTEL Welcome You To Their GRAND OPENING 'ENTERTAINMENT AT ITS BEST' Featuring "The Night Riders" Wednesday and Thursday, July 26 and 27 "The Happy Gang" Friday and Saturday, July 28 and 29 Western music board results The Western Board of Music of Alberta announces Ihe fol- lowing results of practical and theory examinations held in May and June in various cen- tres in southern Alberta. In Lcthbridge, Marvin Dick- au, teacher, received honors and associate Grade 11 diplo- ma in piano and Susan Young, performer, received first class honors and associate Grade 11 diploma in singing. Other results in practical and theoretical examinations in or- der of merit, include: Lethbridge PIANO Grade 10 honors, Fallh Harms, Palrlcia Tomplins; -pass, Colleen Smith. Grade 7 honors, Aria Caiman; pass, Lois Peard. Grade B honors, Sharmalne Bidell, Mtiric Hrynkiw; pass, Elaine King- Brcwn, David Fong, Luine Herman, Maureen Rice, Shelly Slegd. Grade 7 first class honors. Nancy Wilson, honors Rae Johnston. Valerie Erickson. Robert Tagg. Denise Hamil- ton; pass, Bernadetle Pahulje. Grade honors, June Poelman, Siran Cross, Helen Matsushlln, Carol Reimcr; pass, Scoll Milliken, Lorna Merrill, Morris Blaxall, Jodie Rae Pepper. Grade 5 first class honors, Scott Scmmerfeldt; honors, Shelley Irvine, Jack Thomas, Lorcna Smith, Maude Baiter; pass, Mary Frances dc Jour- dan, Jeanelle Johnson, Lynn Ivison, Yvcnne Chalmers. Grade J Hrsl class honors, Cheryl Ann Houlckamer; honors, Jayne Khan, Michael Schaalje, Richard Smook, Joy Sltphure, Randel Sawada, William Chernezky. Grade 3 Mrsl class honors, An- drew Slillwell; honors, Sleven Erlck- son, Dixie Fairbanks, Sonja Mahnlc, Diane Pungor, Terry Joevenarzo, An- drea Norby, Jcnn Schneider, Miriam pass, Gall Mahnic, Lorenc Passy; Thomson. Grade 2 honors, Barbara Thom- son, Tamara Tagg, Charmalgne Gowl- land, Elizabeth Matisz, Barbara Bourne, Beverly Karbonik. Grade 1 honors, Kevin Smokk, Linda Yurkowskl, Laurie Collier, San- dra Ivison, Kalharine Kenwood; pass, Megan Nowlin, Daren Hey land, Lori AAarquardson, John Sinclair, Hilary Black, Mlchele SINGING Performer first class honors, Susan Young. VIOLIN Grade t pass. Michelle Tompklns. THEORV Grade 7 (Counterpoint) honors, Krlslien Serghmans; pass Patricia Tompklns. Grade 7 (Harmony) honors, Rox- anne Laytock. Grade 6 (History) honors, Teresa Pitcher. Grade (Harmony) flrsl class honors. Donna Passey. Grade 5 (Harmony) honors, Elaine King-Brown, Rae Johnston, Sharmalne Bidell; pass, Barbara Erlckson, Aria Caiman. Grade 4 first class honors, Nancy Foster, Esther Landry, Margaret Fos- ter, Debra CuKorlh, Barbara Sle- warl, Barbara Mliilken, Belle-Anne van Egleren, Valerie Erlckscn; honars, Cheryl Sanderson, Kurt Ivison, Penny Erlckson Grade 3 first class honors, Delanl Spackman, Lani Duce, Susan Cross, Melisa Spackman, June Poelman; honors, Carolyn Gray, Perry Foster; pass, Kendra Harding. Grade 2 flrsl class honors, Jane) Rudd, Elizabeth Slillwell, Douglas Dur- fey, Maude Baker, Carnl Jor'genscn, jack Thomas, Patricia Forsyth, Lorna Lorena Anne Smith; honors, E. M. Tanlguchl, Janet Coulter. Grade 1 first class honors, An- drew Stillwell, Christine Kenwood, Diane Dick; honors, Michael Schaaljc. Blairmore PIANO Grade 9 lirst class honors, Laurie Fumagalli; honors, Debra Fantin, Gayia Costanzo. Grade B first class honors. Way- man Mah, Karen Pcrzi; honors, Brendn Pharls. Grade 7 honors, Margaret Wic- Nult; pass, Blair Huclk. Grade 6 first class honors, An- thony Fumagnlli, Karen Dobek, Lenore Palterson; honors, Lori Koinberg; pass, iFrancine Calono. Grade S first class honors, Joan Radlord, Barbara Dennis, Mark Galop, Dlnnne Wells; honors, Macleod, Barry HuciK, Denise Buckna. Grade first class honors, Bonnie Park, Judy Pharis, Brent Balog; honors, Deborah Rinfce, Robert Wat- son, Diana Braithwaile. Grade first class honors, Rox- nnne Van Wyk, Karen Vare, Barbarz Krysloff, Susan Poriz, honors, Valerie Lonsbury, Christine Malolf. Grade 2 first class honors, Cecilia Koszegl, Mary Goodman; honors, Ten city Cavaliers entertain shut-ins By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer Albert Azzara, Mike Iwaasa, Spencer Iwaasa, Carolyn Stern- berg, Carolyn Daw, Marilyn NaJcama, Elia Stasiuk Marvin Higa, Jane Voelski and Chris Redecop are the Travelling Cavaliers. Their business: make people happy. To be more specific, make people who have mental and physical handicaps happy, make the aged feel life again. The Cavaliers are high school students employed under a two- month Opportunities for Youth program. They travel through- out southern Alberta in the slimmer to entertain people who need entertainment most: the mentally retarded child at Dorothy Gooder School, trie wheelchaired patient at Leth- bridge Auxiliary Hospital, the 80 year old senior citizen at Southland Nursing Home. A total of 16 places which house what Mike Iwaasa, an 18 year old Grade 12 student at Winston Churchill calls "the forgotten ones" are visited by the Cavaliers in Lethbridge, Raymond, Cardston, Fort Mac- leod, Picture Butte, Taber and Bellevue. "I think this is a wonderful said Dorothy Goshi- mon, the adult supervisor of the Cavaliers. "It gives the stu- dents a siunmer employment, gives them a chance to learn, and make people happy." "It's a great Mike said. "We've learned a lot. We've changed our atti- tude. We've learned what people expect from us. We've learned there's a lot more to be done." So much so, Mrs- Goshimon said, that most of the Cavaliers plan to take up social work as their career. The Cavaliers visit Dorothy Gooder every Thursday morn- ing. Another OFY group which works lull lime at a Dorothy Gooder day camp for the men- tally retarded is called Summer Recreation for the Educational- ly Handicapped. It is run by 10 high school students and an adult supervisor, Susan Kaupp. Above everything else, the Cavaliers have learned that old people are different. "When we go to a Senior Citizens' Home, the students dress dif- ferently, keep their hair neat, wear their skirts long, sing the old Twenties song, dance the Mrs. Goshimon said. "Parents tell me that this program is very rewarding for their she said. "The students say they never realiz- ed how lonely are the handi- capped people and the aged people." "And the she rais- ed her voice, as they were sing- ing For He's A Jolly Good Fellow, "are having a good time." Telebus not planned here says transit superintendent The Lethbridge Transit Sys- tem, has no intention to operate a Telebus service, transit sup- erintendent John Frouws says. Telebus services are now be- ing operated in Bay Ridges, Ont., Regina, Sask. and Port Coriuitlam, B.C. Mr. Frouws said the existing transit system provides "rea- sonably adequate service" to city residents. "Lethbridge is also too small to have a Tele- bus he said. W. G. Atlkinson, general man- ager of (lie Kcgina Transit Sys- tem, said (lie demand respon- sive type of transit provides taxi convenience with bus eco- nomy and is particularly useful In the winter months "when SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SHOOT OUT" In Technicolor. Slurring Gregory Peck, Pal Quinn nnd Robert F. Lyons. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, July 25 and 2G. Tuesday show al. p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PLAY H11STY FOR ME" In Technicolor. SlamnR Clint Eastwood, Jessica Waller and Donna Mills. Tues- day and Wednesday, July 25 and 26. Tuesday show at 8: IS p.m. Restricted Adull. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HIRED HAND" In color. Slarring Pelcr Fonda and Warren Dales. Tuesday, July 25. Shows al and p.m. Restricted Adult. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Summer of 42" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjccls "Every Liltle Crook and Nanny" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Whai's Up Doc" Last Complete Show C.HEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Cheyenne Social Club" Mnns" One Complete Show your car is stuck in snow." Telebus service is now oper- ated in the southern sector of the city of Regina. "The sys- tem will be continued, is stead- ily expanding, and will be in- troduced in other areas of the city (Regina) this Mr. Atkinson said. Telbus service also reduced the deticit for bus operations in the southern sector of Regina by he said. Randy Brallhwalte, Gin) Decoux, Hclga Keel, Karen Karvasakl. Grade i flrsl class hono's, Vir- ginia Gale, Marc Pill, Lynn Smith, Belhany Codd, Jo-Ann MacLeod; hon- ors. Melody Jones, Donald Pill, Nnncy Hall, Carrie Lee Morency; pass, Mich- elle Lundgren. SINGING Grade 7 honors. Sheila Rucka. CELLO Grade 6 honors, Gayla Costanzo VIOLIN Grade A honors, Karen Pozil. CLARINET Grade 3 honors, Mark Balog, THEORY Grade 6 (Form) tlrst class honors, Gayla Coslanzo, Wayman rAah, Defara Fantin; honors, Laurie Fuma- galli. Grade i (Hislory) honors, Laurie Fumagalli, Wavman Mah. Grade 6 (Harmony) honors, Karen Poiii. Grade 5 (Harmony) Flrsl class honors, Brenda Pharis, Karen Dabck; honors, Bonnie-Jean DoteK, Blair Hucik. Grade 4 first class honors.. Rae Ann Sleed, Franclne Calonio, Gall Wells; honors, Lenore Pallcrson. Grade 3 first class honors, Barry Hucik, Dianne Wells. Grade 2 frist cljss honors, Mark Balog, Diana Barbara Dennis, Judy Pharis, Joan Radford, Margaret Redford, Michael Ceilings, Darren Faniln, Denise Buckna. Pineher Creelc PIANO Grade 9 pess, Lawrence Paniec, Bernard Sluckey. Grade 8 pass, Vada Wynrfer, Debra Bustard. Grade 7 honors, Jean WicHaej pass, Connie Lou Sproule. Grade 6 honori, Maureen HInman, Donna Murphy, Fayra Dennis, Karen Frederlcksen; pass, Brenda Hochslein, Slephen Mowers, Lcls Orvls, Heather Buries, Arlcne Vogelaar, Mour e e n Blackburn. Grade 5 honors, Alons Packj pass, Brenda Dwart, Duane Pflnlec. Grade d first class honors, Janet Vegelaar; honors, Rl'a Frederlcttsen; pass, John Marcellus, Donna Bruder, Rosalie Faoro, Grade 3 honors, Kelly Dtnnls, Cheryl Larrrners, Lome Kemp, Jcan- elte Cole, Belinda Ann Murln, Linda Lammers Grade 2 pesj, Linda Kemp, Ellen Hassclmsn. Grade 1 honors, Susan Sluckey. THEORY Grade A (Harmony) honors, Laura Lcvesque; pass, Laura lea Toney. Grada 4 first class honors. Mel- ody Gallup, Eileen Palerson, Verna Blackburn; honors, Debra Archbald. Grade 3 first class honors, Fayra Dennis; honors, Arlene Heather Buries. Grade 2 first class Donna Luunsbury, Josephine Mum, R 11 s FretJeriksen, Alona Pack, Sharon Oenslcr, honors, Brcnda Dewarl, Duane Paniec; pass, Lois Orvjs Grade 1 first class honors, Donna Bruder, Cheryl Lammers, Linda Lam- mers, Janel Vogelaar. Coleman PIANO Grade i honors. Deborah Dun- cen; Shelly Juhiin. Grace 3 Lynn Girardl Grade 1 hcnors, RcthGlle lln, Lorraine Zmaelf. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 ISlh St. N, JACK'S Turn your backbn unwanted noise. Zeniths, new Directional Zenith's smallest behind-the-ear ______ hearing aid, the Westwood gives you "directional" hearing, And, if you find that much of the sound coming from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The new microphone in the Westwood "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you want to hear. Come in for a free demonstration. The qualify goes In Ihe name Does on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Ph. 328-4080 GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. j LAST TIMES TONIGHT 1 WEDNESDAY ONLY i GYRO BINGO JACKPOT IF WON IN 52 NUMBERS NO WINNER BLACKOUT FOR ON THE SCREEN "FIREBALL 500" COLOR with FRANKIE AVALON HIT NO. 2 "DAYTON'S DEVILS" COLOR wilh RORY CALHOUN ONE FREE BINGO CARD WITH EACH PAID ADMISSION OF Gates Open at p.m. Play Bingo From to p.m. Children Up To 12 Years Free ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and WED. at and p.m. A Robert A Roln Produclion In everyone's life there's a SUMMER OF'42 l' 1'DTiWa.nrr B'OT TECHNICOLOR" FAMILY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING at ond p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT thru THURS. Fint Shew at p.m. Valw DANIELLE OIIIMET-GUYGODIN-MICHELPAlEi' ,f WIFE" 1N "LE MANS" IN COLOR WITH STEVE SOCIAL CLUB" IN COLOR WITH JAMES STEWART COLOR ;