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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Stilurday, November A, 1972 Acupuncture being tested as deafness treatment SARNIA, Ont. (CP) Dr Margaret Milton Feasby of Queen Elizabeth Hospital in To- ronto has been retained by the Lambton Association ot (lie Deaf to research Uie use of acupuncture as a treatment for deafness, Dene Hansen, educa- tion chairman of the associ- ation, said today. Mr. Hansen, newly elected vice-president of the Ontario Parents' Council tor Hearing Impaired Children, said efforts will start Immediately to raise search project. Acupuncture, the placing ot needles in various parts of body, is used in China for treat- ment of a variety of ailments but has not been approved by (lie Caiicicliiin Medical Associ- ation. Air. Hanscn said Dr. Feasby will visit Saniia Nov. 29 to dis- cuss the project and show slides of her recent visit to China where she saw acu- puncture being practised Hr. Hansen said earlier Dr. Feasby had expressed interest in returning to China to conduct research into acupuncture. MINUS ONE CLUB SADIE HAWKINS DANCE POLISH HALL 7th Ave. and 13lh St. N. SATURDAY, NOV. 4-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by THE "LONGACRES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS HIGHLIGHTS ORIENTAL CULTURAL SOCIETY GET-TOGETHiR SUNDAY, NOV. 12fh 2 p.m. Park Plaza Motor Hotel FEATURING: Liva entertainment direct from Hawaii Smorgasbord and Entertainment per person Q Future tour plans will be discussed and arranged at sub- stantial savings to members and friends. COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS A W CALGARY CURRENTLY HAS OPENINGS FOR MEN INTERESTED IN MANAGEMENT Applicants should have high school educalion, some supervisory experience, onl management potential. They should also be willing (a work evenings and week- ai required. A competifivt salary plui benefit! are offered. Conlacl CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE LETHBRIDGE Attention RON RAPLEY SATURDAY Sl'OllT: NIIL Hotkey, li p.m., Cli. 7. The Detroit Red Wings meet the Canadians in Montreal. CRIME DRAMA: G p.m.. Cli, 9. One thousand bilk go poof in a closely-guarded, lumper-proof dis- play case. COMEDY: IMilgot Loves Bcrnic, 'I p.m.. Cli. 1.1. Hous- ing discrimination Juii-s in this comedy as the newly weds move into a luxury apartment. DRAMA: Police Burgeon, p.m.. Cli. The shock of his wife's death sends a man on a rampage of revenge. COMEDY: Saiifonl anil Son, p.m., Cli. 13. Fred Sanford gets that old numbers game and he's sure he has dreamed up a winner. MOVIE THRILLER: "In The Heal of the 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Rod Steiger stars as a prejudiced Southern police chief working with a proud black Northerner. MOVIE COMEDY: "Von Ryan's 9 p.m., Cli. ID. American Air Force colonel leads a group of prisoners of war in taking control of a freight tram in which the Nazis are shipping them to Austria. MOVIE DRAMA: "The President's 12 midnight, Cli. 13. A freewheeling satire and despite the prestige the job holds it can tie one big trauma. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Legend of Lylah a.m., Cli. 7. A bizarre portrait of backstage Hollywood. SUNDAY SPOUT: NFL Football, 11 a.m.. Cli, 7. The Wasliington Redskins meet the Jets in New York. SPECIAL: Meet The Press, 2 p.m., s. TV's longest running interview show marks its 25th anniversary with spe- cial guests. SPORT: CFL Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The Calgary Stam- peders meet the Eskimos in Edmonton in a last regular- season game. WILDLIFE: Unlamcil World, p.m., Ch. 13. The mar- supials of Australia are examined. MOVIE DRAMA: "Say Goodbye, Maggie 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a woman doctor no longer able to face the idea of death FAMILY: World ot Disney. 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The conclu- sion of a Civil War drama when the rebels capture a Union balloonist. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch, 13. A gang- ster spends to frame Captain Greer. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Cli. 7. The story of the beachcombers' sure-fire scheme to build a boom- Ing business. SPECIAL: The Jackson E, p.m., Cli. 7. The musical group and Johnny Brown in a pilot for a second seBSon show. HISTORICAL: The British Empire, p.m., Ch. 13. Dramatic re-enactments and location footage reveal British life in India as one of ease and wealth. LETHBRIDGE OVERTURE CONCERTS Present Canadian Opera Company (MOZART'S COSI FAN TUTTE) IN ENGtISH WITH FULL ORCHESTRA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1972 WALTER HAUTZIG (VIENNESE PIANIST) FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1973 VIENNA NIGHTS (OPERATIC VIGNETTES) MONDAY, FEB. 19, 1973 CBC VANCOUVER Radio Orchestra JOHN AVISON (Conductor) WED., MAY 19, 1973 ALL CONCERTS AT THE YATES MEMORIAL THEATRE P.M. Subscripton Rates: Adults Pensioners and Students Mnil to: MISS JEAN RINGLAND 2C Towers 820 15th 5froof South Lothbridgo, Alborla TOP INTERNATIONAL TOURING ARTISTS AND LEADING CANADIAN ATTRACTIONS PRESENTED IN THE COMFORT OF LETIIBRIDGE'S LUXURIOUS YATES MEMORIAL THEATRE VARIETY: Julie Andrews, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Robert Goulct and Joel Grey join Julie In songs from well-known musicals. DRAMA: Sunday at Nine, 9 Ch. 7. Ex-convict Tony Sheer is the author and star of. "Rap City" about the shady world of a tlu'ef. CIU1WE DRAMA: Mannlx, 9 p.m., Cli. 13. A child's miss- Ing stamp collection brings Mannix in as a else is also looking for the collection. MOVIE MUSICAL: a.m.. Ch. 7. The Lerner and Loewe musical adaptation of a novel about the turn- of-the-ccntury Paris. MONDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Sullivan's 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The perilous jungle search by the three sons of a mil- lionaire who has vanished. U.S. attempts to coax Thieu By WILLIAM BEECHER New York News Service WASHINGTON, admini stration officials have disclosed that the United States had de- cided to provide the South Viet' namese air force with hundreds of additional jet fighters, trans- ports and helicopters above previously programed levels. Officials in various govern- ment departments sajd this was the latest in a series ol moves over the last several days aimed at coaxing Presi- dent Nguyen Van Thieu to ac- cept a modifiedi cease-fire plan ;oon. OTHER MOVES Other recent steps, they said, included the following: The United States has de- cided to press North Vietnam to remove more than three divi- sions, or roughly troops, from the two northernmost pro- vinces of South Vietnam in re- urn for a "proportional reduc- Jon" in the size of the South Vietnamese army. Washington now insists hat an international supervis- ory force he in place in South Vietnam when the cease-fire lecomes effective, as Henry A. fissinger, the president's na- ional security adviser, observ- ed last week. What he ilid not mention, of- icials say, was that previously he United States had stipulat- ed only that the four countries hat would provide peace-keep- ing monitors meet within 30 days of the truce to organize heir effort. The officials said that they jelieved Kissinger had wrested important concessions from McGovern to 1 tatting shot LOS ANGELES (AP) Las oddsmaker Jimmy (The Jreek) Snyder said here the odds against Democratic Sen- tor George S. McGovern's win- ning the presidential election are to 1. "President Nixon should carry at least 47 Syn- er said In an interview from ilia mi. "He should carry California oliclly, and the only states iIcGovern has a chance for are Massachusetts, South Dak- ta and Wisconsin." North Vietnamese representa- tives durijig his 19th and 20th meetings with them. But after talking with Thieu and Amer- can officials in South Vietnam and the United States, they said, it was felt that modifica- tions would have to be worked out in the tentative plan (o make the truce more accept- able and workable. PLANES FLOWN IN Reports from Saigon this week said that the United States had just flown in five big C-130 four- engine transports and turned them over to the South Vietna- mese air force. Sources in Washington said that it had not previously been intended to supply the South Vietnamese with C-130's but they were now expected to get two squadrons totaling about 32 aircraft. Efforts are under way to get these and hundreds of other aircraft into South Vietnam be- fore the cease fire becomes effective. Under the tentative arrange- ments outlined by Kissinger, both sides will be permitted to replace weapons in South Viet- nam on a one-for-one bais, but not add ac'ditional or signifi- cantly better equipment. University of Lethbridge Dramatic Arts present] "THEATRE I" An experimental theatre com pany from Montreal In Iwo dramatic performances! November 9 Marlowe'i "Dr. Faustus" November 10, Galczinski's "Little Theatre of the Green Goose" Both to presented at 8 p.m. In me U of L Drama Theatre (basement of the Physical Education-Fine Arts Tickets available from the U of L main twilchboard or from Leister's Music. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Invites applications for the below listed potitioni In a which will operate from The Regional Office of Education In Grande Prairie, Alberla The learning centre will initially operate as an experimental fwo-year project and position contracls will also be of thai duration. An Educational Psychologiil; Preferably o Masler's degree in educational psychology, including clinical training and leaching experience. Duties will require the assessment and diagnosis of itudent problems through tha administration of a variety o-f individual psychological and cducalional tests, together with other observations. The posilion will also require experiise in the treatment of various behavioral or ea'ucalional problems, both dfreclly through the cFass- room teacher. Salary plus salary modifier. A Reading Specialist: Preferably a Master's degree in Edu- cation, including a substantial background in (lie diagnosis and remediation of reading, language, and related problems. Siren g I h in the area of (earning ojsabiliftes would be an asset, end successful elementary -tchool teaching is a requirement. Salary plus salary modifier. A Social Worker: Preferably o Master's degree In social Work and successful experience in working wilh parents, teachers, and children, An important role will be to com- municate wilh parents, schools and other agencies for the purpose of obtaining essential background Infoi malion, and also to interpret where required, ihe findings and concerns of fhi? cenCra Salary J pluj lalary modifier. A Speech and Hearing Specialist: A degree In speech and hearing is required and a strength in language development is desirable. Thn posilion will require expertise in detecting ond assisting to overcome speech, hearing, and rotator! handicaps, particularly in cases whom llicso handicaps havo a bearing on iho child's performance at ichool. Salary plus salary modifier. Apply with all relevant curriculum vltae, refert-nces, and date available loi DR. M. R. FENSKE, COORDINATOR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 9913 B RICHMOND AVENUE GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! ure lilted by the radio and telavifion Itotionf. Any variation In program If due to lait- minute thangei by the station] and ll not the rejpon- llblllry of the Herald or Anglo Dlitrlbutorl Stereo and PhoWgrophie Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newt Doug Marvin: Contemporary Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Morningi Dave King SATURDAY Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Remember) MONDAY Bury I Clark Farm News B-.1S Bob Hesketh B 35 Chec-llnc Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Callle Prices Grain Prlcei Call of IhB Land Indian News Media Chec Trading Post Dave King CJOC News with Bill Skeljon, Rad Whiff, Bill Mathfison Sport Brent Scely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card News Jim Elllol Christian CBC News Memories News, Wthr, Sport George Brown Phone 511! Show News Joan Waferffeld Jim Ellioll Probe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Prices SATURDAY NIGHT Soorls News Inside from tha Outside Continental Holiday "Sports, Wlhr. Doug Anderson Sunday Magazine Barry Hegland News SUNDAY John Charles News The Entertainers Allanllc Symphony Hour of Decision 7.00 Blaekloot Indian Sunshine Evangel Program Concern Solo MONDAY if CHEC FM News, Wfhr, Sports Hourly MONDAY thru SAT. Don Hodman Don Hedman Don Macmasler SUNDAY Bob Concie (Con- Don Mcwiaster and Ovcr- Don Macmaster lures) Jack Thys John Walker Probe 1220 World al Six CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal 4-fa The Capital Report me ocen. Inside from Outside Ivan Romanolf Music The Bcalies Remember When Identities Symphony Hall CBC Slagi Distinguished Artisls Anthology The Bush and Ihe Cross Country _ ..._ Check Up Salgn NHL Progression celebration SUNDAY Sound of Sport Morning Concert Sunday o, Children's Slorlei Gllmour's Albums 4; Sunday Morning Showcase '72 S: Sunday Magazine Collage 5: JD.-D3 Sunday Supplement News, Wlhr., 3porh 6: :OS Warner'i WflX Works MON'DAY :0! Eye Opener :OD World at B :05 Calgary Eyi Opener :13This Country -.59 Time Signal Radio Noon :55 Slockmarkel :03 Schools :30 Max Ferguson :M Bob Kerr :03 Home Run :00 BBC Newt :30 News .-DO World Bl Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW 6F 1610 SONY Powerful 10 Transistor Porlablf RADIO with large ilide-rule dial icale for easy tuning; with built-in telescopic a n 1 enna and lone control switch. Operates on AC (AC adoplor op- tional exira) or DC. Cabinet is set off by simulated I e a t h er and chrome trim. batteries, ear- phone and carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcieo and flholoyiaphtc 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cableviiion Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Garner Ted Farm Facts 6-00 NHL Hockey Armstrong Mr. Dressup 8-30 Counlry Time Reach For The Top Schooll 9-00 Movie: In Ihe Heat Counlry Canada Friendly Giant (c) of Ihfl Night 5-00 Music to Sea Chez Helen 11-00 News Odd Couple Miday 11-15 CJOC News 6-00 Disneyland Joan WalerfleU 11-30 Tommy Banks Beachcombers Marine Boy 12-05 Movie: Legend of Anna and Ihe King Pink Panlher Lylah Cla.- SUNDAY Gospel Hour 9-oa Captain Scarltf District 7 Faith for Today NFL Hlghllghli NFL Sporta Week The Hunth Thii Is Thft Life Julie Andrews Sunday at Weekend News CJOC Newt Dlslrict 7 Movie: Gigi MONDAY Super Heroes Wizard of QL Truth or quences Klara's Korntr Hollywood SquirW Ed Allan Take 30 Edge of Nlaht Femlly Court Drop In Lets Make Deal CJOC News CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Romper Room Canada Yoga (c) Community Calendar Fashions In _______ Francall Movie: Say Good- Trouble with bye Maggie Colt Lite Sty It Pierre Berton The New Beat The ClocK (c) Buckshol Fllnlslones Movie: SATURDAY NIGHT a-oo News Oil Reporr Kingo Bingo Bridget Loves Bernie Police Surgeon MUsing Link Sanford and Son Movie: Von Ryan'i Mod Squad 11-DO News 7-.30 Specials Hour 11-30 News Lot Them Lr Know Your Mannix 12-00 Movie: W5 President's Analyst News (c) Horsl Koehler Rural Report Rex Humtara Marker Place Garner Ted Armstrong CFL Untamed World SUNDAY Thoughl tor Day News (c) Oil rteport House or Merv Griffin slein [c) MnMniv Uncle Bobby -WIUNUMT Day of Discovery Thoughl for Day Oral Robcrls mpire Somerset Anolher World Whals thfl Good Word Anylhing You Cm Do (c) Slar Trek (c) Universily of Air Sandy Duncan KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9; SATURDAY Hec Haw Mystery Bob Ncwhnrl Movie: Thr> Wnv 10-10 Mew, Emrrn-viry SUNDAY Art-Mes Harlem Globe- trotters Rex Humbard (c) Day o! Discovery NFL Meet the Press Robin Hood Slxly Mlnuici Here's Lucy 5 30 Doris Day Drid.jct Loves Sale of Century Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) 10 30 Who, Whit, Whrn Nnwi (r) 11.00 Conr.cntralion II. :o At I hi World Mary Tyler Moore News tc) Bold Ones News (C) Travelure (c) MONDAY Our World Tho Doctors (c) Another World Secret Slorm iVMKa Douqlas 3.00 Family :0o Jokers Wild Ualule Agriculture 4-.10 Nrirvs (c) Totl.-iv Show Nrws Twlny in Monlanft Mows (r) ITIco Is Righl (c) 6.00 KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevislon Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Tho RccMci Sonny and Cher Allns Smllh and Jones Sir 00 is nf inn Frflncltro Sixth TDA News News Roller Gftmol SUNDAY Fnrm Thli li l-lfp NTL f.nlloplno Gourmet NFI Where the Heart It Wild Klnnrtom (c) This Is Ynur Llffl Tomorrow (iron I nwrcnco Wrlk II-00 All MY Cdlldran I HI MAkc n DPfll {c} Mdvlr: Von Ryan'l Nnwlywod Gamt Express News Nkint Gallery Gene ml Holpllnl Ncwn Ono Llffl 10 Llva Dnys ol Our Llvtl Birilo Jflmrs Margls Dlnnn's Rifles Thrcn on n Match ril Hr :JO Cospol Hour Mahn A Wish Curiosity Short MONDAY Parm Newi Nrws Jnrk LnLnnn Audrey (c( 1 Dnllnn Spill Second Pnsswonl tc} 6.00 NPWI ;