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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-Thurtday, March "Tin living my dream' Actor explains reason for happy disposition HERE'S HOW TO PLAY AND IN THE BEAT THE COST OF LIVING CONTEST Ijrr't HERE ARE THE 8 WINNING WORDS ONLY THE WORDS ILLUSTRATED ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES. Complete any of the words and Pepsi-Cola will help you beat the cost of living by awarding' you the value of the prize shown tor that word GROOMS GASOUHE HYDRa MORTGAGE o EMPRUNTS GROCERIEScon-p EP1CERIES J25OOOO GASOLINE GAZOLINE Promotion Kickoff Special (Plus all participating dealers) NEW LOW PRICES HAMBURGER Single patty, loaded DOUBLEBURGER 2 patties, loaded TRIPLEBURGER 3 patties, loaded WE NOW SERVE HOT DOGS TUNA SANDWICHES HAMBURGERS (1973) By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) I don't remember ever seeing George Segal when he wasn't smiling. Perhaps his wife of 18 years, Marion, would remember sometime when he was morose or glum but casual acquaintances always think of him with a big grin on his happy face. The reason is that he is a completely happy man. He is .doing what he wants to do and being rewarded handsomely for his trouble. He has a good marriage and two normal daughters. There isn't a cloudto be seen. "I'm living my he says. "I enjoy acting its fun for me. This is what I want to do. What I've always wanted to do." It all began for George Segal as a kid in Great Neck, Long Island. He can even pinpoint the year. It was when he was 6 years old. There were two theatres in Great Neck. One was called the Squire and he says he used to haunt the Squire all the time. "When my mother thought I was out he says, "I was at the Squire." Then came that day, when he was 6. He says it was the turning point in his life. He saw a movie called "This Gun For with Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. "As I remember he says, "Ladd played a completely amoral man, outside the law, and I'd never seen anything like that. Besides, he got Veronica Lake. Even at 6, that seemed to be a notable achievement." There were years of struggle, of course, years of getting established. But he never deviated from the goal "This Gun For Hire" inspired in him. He wanted to be an actor, like Alan Ladd. He made it and he's doing things that even Ladd couldn't have done. At the moment, he's starring in "California for director Robert Altman, with Elliot Gould. Segal is one of those actors who believe the director is the most important element in a film. He's delighted to be working with Altman. Watch for "I have no trouble finding things I want to do any he says, "but the thing I look for is who is the director." Making this film even more enjoyable for him is the fact at this point in his life. "I did one he says. "Remember The Robert Taylor Show? It was about the Health, Education and Welfare Department. It was GEORGE SEGAL that his wife, Marion, is on the film too. She's working as an assistant in the editing department. As often as they can, they have lunch together, and go to and from the studio together. It makes it nice. Segal says nothing could tempt him to do a TV series, cancelled after four shows. But it lasted long enough for me to develop a healthy respect for the stars of TV series they are paid a lot but no matter what they are paid it isn't enough. That's hard work, doing a film every week. I'll never do it." Plan research centre to treat tropical diseases CARRY OUT FOOD FOR SOCIAL EVENTS BIRTHDAY PARTIES PICNICS 2002 3rd AVENUE SOUTH 328-5405 NOOK Here Soon! New York Times Service UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. The World Health Organization plans to establish a research centre in central Africa aimed at preventing and treating tropical diseases that affect hundreds of millions of people. The centre will be the focal point of a network of clinics and field hospitals throughout tropical Africa. Work on organizing the network will get ander way this fall, according to Dr. Apri P. CFCN TV, Lethbridge, has come a long way since 1969. That was the year CFCN gave you an alternative to television viewing in Southern Alberta. What has happened in the past five years is history! Now CFCN TV, Lethbridge, is on the threshold of further- ing its commitment, responsibility'and involvement in Southern Alberta. On the morning of Friday, March 1st, at CFCN TV, became the first Lethbridge television station to telecast in color from its studios. CFCN TV was also the first to bring you colorcasting back in 1970, with the live, color telecast of the Whoop-Up Parade and featured programs from the Exhibition Grounds. On April 1st, at take a closer look at the CFCN Evening News. You'll see the news of the world, the nation, and all of Southern Alberta, reported not from Calgary but from the new all color studios of CFCN TV, Lethbridge. That in itself is a significant difference. But the important difference is in the Communicators the people who relate the day's events to you. Darryl Janz, Buryl Clark, Mike Scott and Leo Dow are experienced reporters, with a desire to interpret the news of the day, to formulate opinions and ideas and to share their information in news, sports weather and agriculture with you, nightly on the CFCN Evening News. On April 1st, at take a closer look at the CFCN Evening News and discover our new way of looking at television news. Who knows? We might just see eye to eye. Martin Kaplan, an American virologist who recently accompanied a planning group to Africa. The Swedish and West German governments are supporting the venture, along with private American and British foundations, he said. Kaplan said that the African centre, which almost certainly will be established at N'Dola, Zambia, would be operational, he said. He said its goals would be to promote collaborative research in a long neglected field by bringing together molecular biologists, biochemists and pathologists and to provide African doctors with adequate facilities at home so that they would not be inclined to work abroad in the traditional "brain drain" pattern. While a billion dollars goes annually for cancer research, Kaplan said, the "unglamorous" field of parisitic diseases receives only million in contributions to support research. However, these diseases such as malaria, sleeping sickness, elephantiasis and other infections caused by worms afflict 190 million people in Africa alone, Kaplan said. "Practically the entire population in the continent's tropical areas suffers from at least one form of he said. At present, he said, the major work on parasitic diseases in Africa is being left to small institutes established by the former colonial powers and are in serious difficulty because of the lack of financial support or adequate staffs. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY-DRAMA: Popi, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Alan Arkin "Stars as a Puerto Rican widower trying desperately to free his sons from the bad influences of ghetto life. COMEDY SPECIAL: 4 Funny Families, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Four delightful half-hour comedy pilots. MOVIE THRILLER: Maneater, p.m., Ch. 13. Richard Basehart and Ben Gazzara star in this film about four city-bred vacationers trying to escape two tigers. SPECIAL: Salute to James Cagney, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. James Cagney is paid tribute by the American Film Institute. MOVIE MYSTERY: A Little Bit Like Murder, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Elizabeth Hartman and Roger Davis star in this tale of a house filled with malevolence for its occupants. MOVIE WESTERN: Soul Soldier, p.m., Ch. 11. The cops have few clues when a killer raises his clergy-men total to three. MOVIE FANTASY: Voyage into Space, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A fanciful tale about the good deeds of a boy and his giant flying robot. FRIDAY MOVIE CRIME-DRAMA: Down Three Dark Streets, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An FBI manhunt told in semidocumentary style. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. MONDAY thru FRIDAY Farms News News. Wthr.. Sport Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News fhecune News Grain Prices News. Wthr. Sports CJOC 1220 World at Six News. Wthr., Sports Hour of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign OH on Monday Tuesday tnm Friday Del King CBR 1010 6.30 As It Happens Themes and Variations News. Weather. Sports 10-10 From the Capitals From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Our Friend the Flickers The Inner Ear FRIDAY Warm-Ups Calgary Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener World at Nine Time Signal Radio Noon Stock Markei School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson 4.00 BBC News World at Six Played 10 Times CFCN Evening News A new way to look at television news Best male vocalist Terry Jacks, who en- joyed a IC-K spell at the top of the hi parade with his song 'Seasons in the was honored at the fifth Juno awards pre- sentations in Toronto. He was named best Canadian male vocalist 0 Hollywood Squares O The Waltons News Get Smart Truth or Consequences News News O Doable Bill: TEA Movie: Popi Chopper One Firehouse Movie: Maneater Kung Fu Carol Burnett Ironside Streets of San Francisco Salute to James Caenev News Movie: A UUle Bit Like Murder Kung Fa 9.30 Movie. Soul Soldier News Streets of San Francisco Tonight Show Maude 91. 00 News News 12-00 Movie: Voyage into Space Merv Gnlfm Movie Stranger on Ron Frttay Mvratag 5-15 Understanding oar World Salute to Agriculture ThongM for the Day Farm News S-OD University of (lie Air PirmocJrio TodavSbffw Captain Kangaroo 30 Secrets of Kitchen Farm and City Wizard of