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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Letkbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 4 TO MARCH 10, 1972 Figure skating championships BETTER LAND USE NEEDED Where We live Is Port 5 of CTV's outstanding docu- mentary series The Human Journey telecasting Sunday, March 5, to Shown above from feft to right are Jock Diamond, Rod Sykes, Mayor of Calgary, and Barton Myers. They discuss a mode! specially built for the program, which illustrates an ingenious plan fo make better land use out of a downtown Toronto block. Ways to cut costs discussed The housing dilemma Canadians are probably more interested in their home and what's :n it than anything else in their lives. The pur- chase of a homo is the largest 5 n v e s t mcnt most individuals ever mr.ke. For those who live in ap. ap-nrtmcnt the rent is tho largest expenditure in their monthly budget. Thus, through necessity, ev- ery Canr.dian is interested in i the -subject cf housing, where; they can find housing that will j suit their needs and pocket-1 book- ways in which housing can be made toss costly, de- velopments in housing technol- ogy 'and in interior design. These topics are studied on Where We Live, Part 5 0[ CTV's I outstanding documentary se-l ries The Human Journey- to be I telecast in color on Sunday, March S at p.m. _The program, through inter- views with architects and plan- ners, with builders and wilhj people who own a home or I would like to own a homo, fo- j CLECS on those things that can be applied to case Canada's current housing dilemma. Where We Live talks to Jack Diamond, architect and plan- ner and partner in the Toronto architectural firm of Diamond and Myers, and also speaks to Wyatt Earp is Charles Watson- Toronto de- veloper of Peel Village in Brampton, Ontario. In an un- re-esuM'ted The Earp legend is re- enacted in a special "Show- down at O.K. Corral" on Tiies-! day, March 7- at p.m. on! Channel 9. A long and complex cycle of feuds and counter-feuds prc-! ceded a final confrontation! joining t li e Earp brothers CWyatt, Virgil and Morgan) j and their friend "Doc" Holh- day against the Clanlons and I the McLaurys in a vacant lot j adjacent to the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Ariz., on October 26, 1381. in less than one min- utc, seven men exchanged 1G shots that left three of them dead and three wounded. The 1972 World Figure Skat- ing championships, taking place in Calgary- March 7-11, will be the scene of a lively battle in the Women's section. Fresh from the Winter Olym- pics in Sapporo, Japan, Can- ada's Silver Medal winner Karen MagrAissen of North Vancouver will be the number one contender for the World Figure Skating crown. Her ma- jor competition will be from Trixi Schuba, the Olympic Gold Medal winner from Austria and from Janet Lynn of Rockford, Illinois, the third place Bronze Medal winner at Sapporo. Addi- tional competition will c o m o from Julie Holmes, the slender 21-year-old native of North Hollywood- California, who fin- ished fourth in the Olympics. On Friday. March 10 at 9 p.m., CTV Television Sports will present one of the most thrilling figure skating com- petitions of all times when these female skaters compete for the Ladies World Fig-are Skating Crown. CTV's coverage will be of the Free Skating competition. In this area Miss Lynn and Miss Oianipioii skater featured On Saturday, March 4, CTV's Wide World Of Sports presents a special segment of the show titled The Best Of Karen, a close-up of the exciting skating career of Canada's Karen Magnussen. Winner of the Ca- nadian and North American figure Skating Championships and a 1972 Olympic Silver Magnussen ranked first and j second respectively in Sapporo while Miss Schuba and Miss Holmes both, scored high in the mandatory exercises at the Olympics but sagged badly ia their free skating. Johnny Ssaw, Director of KAREN MAGXUSSEX CTV Sports and Otto Jelinefc. who with his sister won the 1962 World Pairs Figure Skating Championship will be com- mentators. commonly frank moment Wat- son questions whether ho and other developers have the right to make the level of profits they have been allowed to make. Mayor Rod Sykcs of Cal- gary is also interviewed. As I Medal winner, Karen has been mayor of the only cily in Can-1 delighting Canadian and world since ........._ in calls home ownership one of IOGS, the best invest ncnts in social J rom March 7-tI figure skat- stabllily. Tile program, in its 1 ing fans throughout the world analysis of Canadian housing will turn their attention to the needs, visits the first con-1 World Figure Skating Cham- doniiniums built in Ontario to pionships being held in Cal- discover how this type of own- gary, Alberta. Canadians will A close look at mayor of the only cily in Can- delighting Canadian and worlc ada with, a housing surplus for I figure skating audiences since low income families. Sykes (she won the Canadian title in ership has worked and also examines a co-operative house building project in Sydney, Nova Scotia where people with focus all their hopes on Karen Magnussen as she attempts to dethrone Olympic Gold Medal winner Beatrix Schuba of Aus- incomes as low as per tria and battles with Janet year are becoming home own- j Lynn and Julie Holmes of the Where We Live offe-s a com- prehensive housing difficulties. of Canada's The tech- niques technical, financial and legal for easing these difficulties are shown and also those which might lie studied. United States. As a salute to Karen, Wide World Of Sports will show film highlights of some of the great skating moments provided by Karen in Canadian. North Am- erican and World champion- ship competition. Many people identify with storks because of some- folk stories they were told I children, or perhaps ix1- cause they have seen thorn as cartoon characters on greeting i cords for newborn babies. The stories that tell of storks de- livering newborn infants corny from old European folklore. The ancients believed the souls of unborn children lived in the marshes, ponds and springs and it was from these places that the storks allegedly pick- ed them up. The myths surrounding the stork are numerous. In reality storks are fairly complex crea- tures with unusual patterns of behavior. On Sunday. March 3 at p.m. nature se- ries Untamed Woi'.d fccuses its cameras on storks and pre- sents a fascinating study of these interesting birds. m SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK TAMMY WYNETTE ami GEORGE JONES Reg "WE GO TOGETHER" 5.75 EPIC LABEL Rccord Dcpf STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursdoy ond Friday 9 c.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 323-9231 ;