Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
!TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Go Ask 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Teen- age drug abuse Is the grim theme of this story. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Centre, p.m., Ch. U. "Vortex" to the title of tonight's episode. COMEDY: Partridge Family, 8 p.m.' Ch. 7. Shoplifting on a dan is the deed that's haunting Danny, COMEDY: Sanford and Son, 8 p.m., Cb. 13. Fred gets cantankerous and tries to ruin Lament's plans to give him happy birthday. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, (p.m., Cb. 7. A psychotic kflkr Is the quarry Cannon seeks in "Catch Me If You Can." SPECIAL: Mils Teen Pageant, p.m., Gh. 13. Eight finalists out of 22 contestants will compete tor the Miss Teen Canada crown. REPORT: Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Think Be- fore Yon Eat" is the title of this nutrition report on diets, obesity and other problems. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "All Honor- able Men" is the title of tonight's episode. SPORT: Cnriing Report, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the day's action in the Canadian Curling Championships from Edmonton. MOVIE DRAMA: VGfeat 1 a.m., Ch. 7. An adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic about a boy's efforts to rise above his social station. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Requiem For a 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An aging boxer faces possible blindness if he takes on another fight but boxing is all be knows. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by Ihe Rodio and Television Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Monday, March 3, 1973 THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD 7 ___ Mini Chec Trading Post Grain Prices ___Buryl Clark Leo Dow call of the Farm, News John Oliver 3-00 Dave King "111 Cattle PrtcB Jack N.uf.ld CJOC News with BUI Skellon, Rad Whltt, Bill Matliesoni Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclaanj Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT News John Walker World at Six John Walker Request MOM. THRU FRL 4 fcjn.-12 rvoon Don McMaster 12 noon-4 p.m. p.m.-lO p.m. Don Median 10 mldfllght John Charle Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shaw Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 4 a.nv-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Kedman p.m.-l a.m. SUNDAYS 11 ios Jack News and Grain Prices JacK Thys Walktr Probe 1220 Wortd at Six Concerts, 6 e.m.-l p.m. Encores Concerts, Overtures [Bob Concle) and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m, The Gasthaw Hour Lift to Llvt Audrey Days of Our UVM Galloping Gourmet Dinah's Place Where the Heart Is Three on a Match Dalin? Game Search for Split Second Tomorrow All My Children Password SOUTHERN ALBERT. THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "EASY RIDER" In color. Starring Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5, 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not SuItaWa For Children., FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "X, Y and ZEE" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taytor and Michael Came. Monday, Tuesday- and Wednesday, March 5, 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "MAKING IT" In color. Staring Marlyn Mason, EA Balagan and Joyce Van Patten. Monday and Tuesday, March S and 6, Monday show at 8: IS pjn. Restricted Adult TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT'S UP, In oDlor. Starring Barbra Strei- sand and Ryan O'Neal. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Monday shows at and p.m. Family. Charles ondemiis lutoniobile LONDON CAP) Prince Jharles Has branded the au- omobile "the most dcslruc- we plaything man has ever taown." The 24-year-old prince, who drives a Aston Martin hat can hit 160 miles an T, said in a preface to an Environmental road survey Chat cars are helping to scar Britain's countryside because Lhey need "precious acres of concrete and tar- mac." He added: "Unlike man- kind, it cannot adapt or mu- tate to the new ecological niche. We are committed to a machine which requires tracks to be scoured across precious countryside." The Royal Automobile Club found the prince's words "un- believable" and added: "Mo- tor transport is the IHeblood of the nation." The Automobile Association said: "The prwce ought to know better. He should know the car is an economic neces- sity of life." I NCE ALBERT (CP) A prisoner who has been incar- cerated for many years told an official at the federal peni- tentiary here last week he just eaten "the first meal I ever enjoyed here." It wasn't just the food. Pri- soners' eating habits changed drastically with the opening of the first dining rooms in a max- imum security prison in Can- ada. The days of picking up stain- less sectional trays with food already served and carrying them up one to four flights of stairs to the cells have ended. Prisoners at the penitentiary will no longer be forced to eat alone. William Aitkenhead, chief of food services for Canadian Pen- itentiary Services in Ottawa, termed the move to dining room facilities "something they should have done a long time ago." While Tuesday was fraught with technical problems involv ed in closing the old kitchen services and opening the din ing rooms, the 461 prisoners voiced approval as they helpei themselves cafeteria-style. The four dining rooms were bright with' decorations of sun shine yellow, blue and orange Bach dining room lias 25 tables, accommodating four men each. For those who have been serving long terms, the oppor (unity to eat from china plates again, and mil from glass tumblers, and choose food from the wide selection available, was the icing on the cake. Guards walked the corridors outside the fining rooms, bu there are no guards in the eai ing areas at mealtimes. Mr. Aitkenhead, who approve the menus for penitentiarii across the country, said th new facilities will bring a nancial saving. With the met now able to choose what want to eat, waste of food wi be reduced. Meals are planned with ntrtri- an in mind. For breakfast, the prisoners ve a choice of five different ndivirtually packaged, cold reals. If they do not want rid cereal, hot cereal is avail- le. With the cereal goes either nit juice, ar, orange or grape- nit. If fresh fruit Is served, ie juice is not offered. The ereal can be followed by bacon eggs or griddled cakes and syrup, toast and jam, cof- ee, tea or milk. The mid-day lunch on open- g day consisted of soup, fresh alad, fresh hot rolls, a choice ham or wing steak, and two egetables. There were also whole canned torhatoe3, cheese. esh fruit and carrot steamed udding with vanilla sauce. Mr. AWtenhead said esper- ence has shown that much of he discontent and problems nth prisoners in the past has temmed from poor food. The menu awailable to pti soners for the opening of the dining rooms did not coincide with that of the staff members, ,-ho sat down to. a lunch of sausage arid mash with no trim- mings and1 a piece of fruitcake. Seeks parks.ideas CRANBROOK (Special! Pro fessional landscape arch tect Eric Clough will be he March 6 to 9 and accessible the public at the mall to d cover what Cranbrook peop want for ttieir many parks. MEETS TUESDAY COALDALE (HNS) Th CoaldaSe and District Fish a Game Association will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, the John Davidson School. You're never too old to hear better Chicago, III.-A free offer of special interest to thou who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone.'A non-operating model of the smallest Bel tone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering thil advertisement Try it to ree how it is worn In the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. If s yours to keep, free. 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Ph. 317-3712 OPEN TONIGHT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Today's Showtimes PAHAMOUNX I "Pulp" 'Tleturn to Sabata" One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable For Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA :Cabaret" Two Complete Shovfs Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "The Getaway" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult TONITE thru WED. FIRST SHOW AT 7 P.M. SECOND FEATURE 'RETURN of SABATA" r.j United Artists NOMINATED FOR 10 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING "LISA MINNEUl" BEST ACTRESS RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema Mtt. Am TONITE thru WED. AT P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema TONITE and TUES. At ond p.m. J8TEVE MOCCRAW IN THE MOST EXCITING SHOW SINCE "BULLin" COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. 12 FRITZ SICK Hour Swim (Adulls Hour Swim (Adults Swim (Adults Only) 15 1 Swim (Adulls Only) 12-1 Swim 3-6 Swim 1-3 p.m. Family Hour Swim (Adults Only) p.m. PARK ICE 4 to 8 Free Skate 10-12 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Public p Public PARK 4 5.-30 p.m. CIVIC 4 p.m. Public Ska lo 3-5 NOTE; There will be no public skating at lh< Henderwrt Pork Ice Centre on Friday, March 9rh from 7 p.m. dirt previous booking commitment.