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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Man Alive series returns Nov. 20 with new topics Life before birth, Christian- ity and apartheid in South Afri- ca, 1 lie Jewish identity, show- business Christianity, expecta- tions and fulfilment in modern Christian marriage, the first Christmas, Robert McClurc in Sarawak, dramatizations of im- Tuesday, November 21 O .Truth or Consequences O Anotner World: ID GcncraJ Hospila I (B Movie: Coogan's Blurt O Secret Stony B Nancy Miller ID One Life O Mik" Douglas Q rfollywood Squares ID Our Lives Q Ed Allen Show (B Somerset ID Oinah's Place Another World (75 Take JO ifi Three On A Match O Edge of Night Dating Game <0 What's the Good Word B Family Affair B Family Court B Joker's Wild g Spirt Second Anything You Can Do O Star Trek Q) Drop In B News ID Bewitched O Let's Make a Deal B Election Coverage O) Password 40 The Brady Bunch (7) Teleprobe 7 fD News B Cousir Maude (73) News 0 Mission Impossible CJTl News Hawaii Five-O B Hawaii Five-O CD Truth or Consequences Jj Temperatures Rising Q Irish Rovers ffij Headline Hunters B Movie: TEA g Hollywood Squares Movie: Bryan's Song E Search O Mary Tyler Moore O Flip Wilson Marcus Weiby (0 First and Ten Bonanza O Front Page Challenge Ian Tyson Tuesday Night Marcus Welby Movie: Torch Song B Tonight Show O News (ft News CS CJOC News ff3l News O Crossfire JB Mcrv Griffin Show (T) Wrestling Movie: Prescription Murder Wednesday, November 22 Q Truth or Consequences I'] Another Worlrt G) General Hospital IB Movie: The Last Child One Life Q Klara's Korner Q Secret Storm B Mike Douglas S Hollywood Squares Our Lives B Ed Allen Show Ol Somerset O) Dinah's Place Q Take 30 QI Three on a Match IB Anotter World Q Edge of Night ID Dating Game IB What1? the Good Word Q Family Affair 0 Family Court O Joker1- Wild ID Split Second IB Anything You Can Do (7} Drop Tn DID YOU KNOW? You can rent p-ofersional equipment, to our carpets, far jusl a few dol- lars. easy to follow in- afrucfions, many people have been more than satisfied. You can also rent sanden, paint spvaycrs, rolo tide's, dishes, furniture movers, ce- ment mixers, car repair tools, cribs, lend, ladders, etc. WARD'S SERVICES 1712 2nd E. Open "7-7 ex. Sun. 318-8775 and hoi. Q News JB Star Trek Q) Bewitched Q News ID Password O Let's Make a Deal O News O News, Wlhr Sports Q) News (0 News fB News Special g Lawrence Welk Carol Burnett (D News Ql Tn'th or Consequences IB Gunsmoke Paul Lynde Q Laugh-In (g) Medical Centn Ql Julie AnoVewi IB Drum heller Cannon IB Movie: 100 Riflo B This Land O Benny Hill ID Movie: All My Darling Daughters Q Mannix O Selling Out Q News ft Tenth Decade News 0 Tonight Show ID Movie: The Last Challenge O Sporlsbeat '72 ft News News (7) CJOC News News B Crossfire (B Merv Griffin O Movie: Captain Newmaji M.D. religious events in Ca- ladian history, and Christian views on sex and sexuality arc some of the upcoming topics on Man Alive, CBC television's sc- ries oci religious aspects of life .oday, starting its sixth season Monday, Nov. 20 at p.m. Host Roy Bonisleel, Man Alive host since its inception in 1967, returns to introduce new half-hour and hour-long pro- grams on a wide diversity of religious topics, in keeping with inspiring philosophy of the great St. Irenaeus, "The glory of God is man fully alive." To mark its debut, on Nov. 20 the series will present Life Before Birth, the first of two 3rograms exploring the unique phenomenon of prenatal life, its environment, stimuli, and ques- tions currently being debated with respect to its status in the womb: human or not? On Dec. 4, Man In The Storm focusses on Beyers Naude, Afri- khaans Christian leader in apartheid South Africa, and his conflict with the prevailing ra- cist sentiments of his society, increasingly torn apart by apartheid. With courage and conviction, Naude remains compassionate and calm in growing isolation, ns seen in this report from South Africa by Gordon Stewart for Man Alive. On Dec. 18, They'll Tell Me When The Tread's Gone is an hour-long special with Dr. Rob- ert McClure, former moderator of the United Church of Can- ada. Now 70, the irrepressible Dr. McClure refuses to slow down: as a medical missionary in Sarawak he and his wife work to bring better conditions in a distant, develop- ing country. And on Christmas Day, the hour long special, What Hap- pened The Day Christ Was Born, attempts to separate fact from myth to examine the ev- ents of that first Christmas, nearly years ago. Produced by John McGreevy, the program looks at such ques- tions as Was there a star? Did three wise men actually follow it from Babylon? Did an angel appear to shepherds? and Was Jesus bom in Nazareth? UNUSUAL GIFTS from around the world! Popular requests now available PUZZLE RINGS...................... 1.99 7 PCE. FORMOSA WOOD SALAD SETS 2.99 MGRChANT PRINCE CMPORIUM CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-698O _______________________________________________ PAGE 5 Jubilee Special disappointing By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer 'T'KE Calgary Stampede Diamond Jubilee Special on chan- nel 13 (4 cablevisum) Nov. 9 was, in my humble opin- ion, a complete flop. First of all, a tribute to a 60-year-old Canadian rodeo should dwell on the rodeo and not on a collection of Am- erican TV and movie stars. White Lome Greene got his start on this side of the border he now has his roots io the U.S. and his Canadian birth does not give him licence io be called upon every time a production needs a Canadian narrator. Hoy Rogers singing to his hcrse and Dale Evans suiging to Roy and the trees in Heritage Park in Calgary have nothing at all to do with the world's most famous ro- deo. And Chief Dan George isn't improving his image any by taking on garbage parts like the one be had in this show. The one musical bright-spot was the appearance of the Young Canadians, a superbly polished, group of Calgary young- sters who sre, for a change in this show, a part of the Calgary Stampede. They are good and because of that they were out of place in the hour-long effort. Wilf Carter chatted about his days as a competitor at the Calgary Stampede along with Dick Cosgrave and Jim Ryan. Wilf, while a Calgarian at heart, had few credentials to be part of the trio. If they wanted a rodeo great why not call on Herman Under, after all Herman only woo 22 titles at the Calgary Stampede, more than any other com- petitor. Those are the kind of things a 60-year celebration of a rodeo should be made up of. Fort Macleod's Greg Rosier was on screen mugging a cow during the wild cow milking and narrator Greene was leading everyone to believe that the rodeo clowns did the holding of the animals and the milker had to get a full pint bottle of could take quite some lime. In reality all the milker needs is a few drops, just Io prove to the judges he was near the end of the cow. Greene also informed listeners during tho shoving of the champions in each event that many of the winners were declared world champions as a result of their win. They won Calgary, but that's a long way from a world tille. Only the of each event and the final chuck- wagon race was shown in this segment. But Uie saddle bronc winner, Darryl Kong (originally from Bisbane. Australia but now making his home in Kayceo, Wyoming) didn't make it. When. Greene announced Darryl aboard American Express, the horse and rider that appeared on the screen were not them. I don't know who they were but if that was Darryl Kong I'll eat my typewriter. About this time, 55 minutes into the show, I got dis- gusted and turned the show off. I would have a Lot further ahead if I had turned it off after Chief Dan George said "how" to everyone in the cast and then topped it off with the rest of the "How do I get to Calgary Stampede" to which Lome Greene replied something like this, "Just ride along with us, my brother.'1 Ham like this I can get at a supermarket. WAREHOUSE CLEAR-OUT SALE! Featuring Msimirexi COLOR TVs 19" COLOR TV from 25" COLOR TV from 26" COLOR TVfrom 5 '35 "12 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM AIL BACKED BY OUR PERSONAL SERVICE" 315 7th Street South Phone 327-3232 ;