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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ----------Monday, November 22, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 MONDAY SPOUT: Pro Koolball, 7 ]i.ra., Cli. II. The Green Bay Packers meet tlic Falcons in Atlanta. DOCTOII DRAMA: Mtdiual Cenlcr, p.m., Cli. 13. Susan Slrasbcrj! as "The Loser" a student nurse pla- gued by a bad marriage and a mysterious respiratory illness. CRIME IJRAMA; Cannon, p.m., Cli. 7. Murder and embezzlement go hand-iii-hand in a mystery about a hermit millionaire and bis missing heir. WILDLIFE; Nature of Things, p.m., Cli. 7. A look at the fascinating wildlife in a fresh-water marsh at Point Pelee Wildlife Preserve on Lake Erie. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 ji.m., Cli. Roman is a menacing nurse in a convalescent borne with an un- usually high death rate. Ironside poses as a cantankerous guest patient. DOCUMENTARY: Man Alive, p.m., Cli. 7. At a Toronto menial health clinic cameras follow a group of min- isters awl priests as they talk and work with patients. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight. Cli. 13. Special guests are Pearl Bailey, Lawrence Welk, lyricist Irving Cae- sar and singer Bill Withers. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Three Crookrd 1 p.m., Cli. 7. An elaborate plan is co-ordinated lo rob R bark but the appearance cf a new party threatens to foil the crooks' schemes. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Loves of 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A story of love and war in ancicnl Carthage. Listings Pngratnt ors listed by tho radio and lelevii'lon notion.. fhedulei h due to' lasMnlnute Herald or Trimble. lire Supply CHEC if News on Hie Hour Weather on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Beryl Clark Jim Sliearer Barry Hecjland CHEC-Line Jack Nev.'leid Leo Dow Total Informal John Oliver Beryl Clark CJOC MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY World af bix CBC News Rob Inqram Jim Eliiolt John Walter Phone Bill Sf Doug Anderson 9M5 World Series Show News Thys Parly CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wlhr. on the Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Concert (Dob Sic) ?.00 Don MacMa-ler Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Oft CBR Radio 1010 Cal ary MONDAY NIGHT Sounds Like World dt Six News As It Happens Ideas Netw Bringing Bacl; Fulure 12-10 Off the Rrc Five Nights A Eye Opener World at Eight ine :15 Commentary :00 World at Nn :15 This Ccunfry :03 Radio Noon :1S Holiday :03 Schools :30 Max Ferguson :03 Home Run :DO World at Six Trinile's Tire Supply Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 775-14 4 825-14 4 825-15 4 855-15 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 llth Street South WHISPER GRIP NYLON One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada, Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 {CablevlsJon Ch. 6) Man Alive (c) Chcj Hclerie Sesame Street Miciay Our Tow Movie: CFCN Lothbrirlcjo Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. -1) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY in 10 All f ,T Minf.l. n. f for Pifrrr Brrfrn II.Jl) if. Nnrlh University of Air Bewitched 6-.tn (c) 7.Pa (c! Bc.it the Outdoors Unlimited of 1-00 Movie- Lavrs Ml Mcrlira. fr-nlrr (c) fnlnmrnbo ID Nicliols Uncle Unbby 'O Man Trap k) Pid V.'hc.tlc W Hi Liqhts (f) .VCii Anott-pr World (o 9 Pi f-.isnions 3.3D Anylhinq You no for prik Oyke 17.00 b.VvKV'f N..I ui In tonv.-rs.iii.n HmSonU KRTV Great Foils Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) ctl.iV i; "I KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT }-M K.inqnroi) Ncwlywrd Game Dinah's Place (O News .Nick UUnnne (c) Srcret Storm (cl Audrey (cl One I ifo tn i Ivo Gnl'oiiinq Gourmet Otir l.ivrs (i I wiirn1 the Hwit ifi Grnerdl MoMiiMI Nov.'. [i Three en a Vuiftri in Hi Inr Dninq 1 nmoriitw .1-00 Girl li ml All My fliiliKcn .1 .ID llowilihed n Deal (c) i.OO Pnsr.word Nudity out for marathon London play Ily TONY KOENDEKMAN LONDON (AP) The world's longest-running play, Agatha Christie's The Mouse- trap, is unlikely lo fall prey to the current show business trend toward r.ndity, says pro- ducer Pcicr Eaunders. "It's doing fantastically well at the moment, playing lo o a p a c i i y houses every lie said, the thriller enters its season Thurs- day. "I wouldn't like to predict when the run will end. if added. "But as long as I am producing it, it won't go nude." Not even Shakespeare has escaped that indignity on the London stage. Saunders has difficulty ex- plaining the success of a play which Agatha Christie herself thought would last "four or five monlhs, no more." Playgoers say it Is a good whcdunnit, but nothing sensa- tional. Said Saunders: "What keeps it going now is mainly the fact it has become an institution, ona of those 'musts' for every visitor along wilh Buckingham Palace and the Tower cf London.'" it is sieged in the 433-scat Ambassador Theatre and nearly three million people now have seen the play, which became 'the worlds' longest runner last December. opened Nov. 25, 19.i2. and the curtain will rise for tho 7.805th time Thursday. The old record belonged lo The Drunkard, which had performances at the Theatre Marl in Los Angeles. Militants win in surgery lion. Fitzgerald and Pride, in which Miss Stanwvck vas star- SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) A'jtiTss Siamvyt'k u s reported resting coinforta-! ring. bly after undergoing surgery Friday tor removal of ber left, AMIELKS (AJ'i Actor 1 icliir-y, a spnkesmim said. Brian Kelly, wl'o was seriously Miss Stanwyck, 64, was ad-1 jn motorcycle accident milled to St John's Hospital Irerc for observation. Her physi BARBARA STANWYCK um diagnosed a rupture of the 1 idncy wall which was causing a hemorrhage into the kidney. The spokesman said (lie oper- il on forced suspension of a mo- t on picture-television a year ago, has brought a million lawsuit against Ameri- i (From AI'.REL'TEHI (CPi Frcnch- i speaking militants concentral- I ing their campaign on Bel- gium's French-Flemish lan- guage dispute won a majority of (lie seats in Brussels area municipal elections. Final official results gave the Front Dsmocratique ties Fran- cophoncs 49.2 per cent of the total votes and 12 of the 23 council scats in IS municipali- ties, which form a new metro- council system. The 1'TJF made sharp gains over 1971) voting results. Other political groups win- ning council seats w re the So- cialists, 15; Christian Demo- crats, 15; Flemish militants, five; Liberals, three; and Com- munists, splinter Liberals and Flemish one each. can Honda Motor Co. Inc. and a dealer, Menlo Cyclery. Kelly, star of the Flipper tele- vision series, said in a Superior Court suit filetl Friday that the Faults corrected on snowmooiles MONTREAL (CP) Snow- mobiles on the market have trouble turning, are dangerously noisy and have unsuitable light- mobile manufacturers say many of the faults found in their product by a federal gov- i ing. eminent study released Friday Tests showed have already been corrected. produc-1 Honda molorcycle he was riding I malfunctioned, causing the acci- I dent. I Kelly suffered head from which be is still recover- ing, and was in hospital for sev- eral weeks, said the actor's law- yer. Joseph Giovanazzi. I At the lime of the accident, Kelly had begun work as the male lead in the movie The Love Machine. Me said because of his injuries, Columbia Pic- tures and Frankovich Produc- tions replaced him with another actor. A friend who was riding wilh Kcllv was thrown off but chines "slid along the direction i not injured. John Hethrington, marketing j 0[ travel for quite some time" vice-president for the Sld-Doo division of Bombardier Ltd., world's largest snowmobile manufacturer, said the govern- ment-sponsored tests by Howey and Associates Ltd., involved last year's models which have I already been substantially im- proved. Mr. Hethrkgton also criti- cized the general nature of the before they were able to make a sharp turn at intersections. Mr. Deichmann said any test results depended on the condi-: lions under which the tests were carried out. Mr. Hethrington said "it cm en I would seem that test conditions and standards in the report 1 levels." but snowmobiles "are test results, tabled in the House i not desicncd in any way shape j OTTAWA (CP' Canadian farmers, recovering from a have with vehicles onToa'd of fewer sales and domes- of Commons by Transport Win-1 Or form'' to operate on roads, ister Don Jamicson. aid are prohibiled by law from can only assume Ski- j roadways. Doo's were involved ill the! Many problems outlined in tests." Mr. Helhringlon said. Mr. Jamicson's statement arc Helmut Deichmann, president CONTRACEPTIVES FREE LONDON (AP) The local government in Camden. one of London's biggest boroughs, will start banding out contraceptives free Jan. 3. And if the national! to j oof Featherweight Corp., which manufactures Alouette snowmo- biles, asked, "How can they said. presently regulated by the j 22-2K I motor vehicle safety standards million br which became law in 1970, he ic surpluses of manv commodi- ties, have nevertheless bought mere than K10.il million worth of equipment during the first nine months of 1971. S.atistics C a n a d a reported Friday that implement sales ,2 per cent fronr S234 3 twecn January 'and the end of September last year. The equipment sales, valued price dealers pay for im- of generalize like Bv Fob I. 1972. noise levels I al 1te dealers pay for im- will Mr. Deichmann said he could i will' be reduced 40 per cent, and plements. are regarded as cic ives not comment, because it is up improved lighting including i 01 the farm eco- the companies to conduct government approves, it will j their own tests to verify the re- brake lights will added to "omic picture, ci-i nnnr" unthi-mrfrm I Quebec fanner.' foot the bill for any male resi- dent to be sterilized. port. The report states most snow- Ski-Doos, Mr. Hctbrington said. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In Tcclmicolcr. Starring Jason Robards, Stella Stevens and David War- ner. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. November 22, 23 and 24. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" In Techni- color. Starring Christopher Lee and Peter Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. November 22. 23 and 24. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS" In color. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday. November 22. 23 and 24. Monday show at p.m. Restricted AduJt. TABER Tower Theatre "LAST SUMMER" In color. Starring Barbara Her- shey and Richard Thomas. Monday and Tuesday, November 22 and 23. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adull. million million spent S43 2 compared with S4J.8 Hvst year and Atlantic Saskatchewan's cattle popula-, ince prcduccrs spcnt 1L7 tion now is about 2.6 cJomparcd wiih head, tlic third largest in Can- ada. PARAMOUNT "Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects AbouL' Last Comijldo Show COLI.EOI-; CINEMA "Battle of Xorctva" "McAIastcr" Last Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dentol Mechanic National Store BIdg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridgo Outlaws slay family MANILA (AP) Outlaws be- lieved to be Christians killed a Moslem viliuge caplain. bis wife and tjioir seven cbiidren in Lano del Nolle on Mindanao Island, reports said. Appearing Nightly Monday to Saturday, Nov. 22 to 27 At The CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th ST. N. "TONY WHITE" Don't miss this fabulous entertainer Members and Guests! Zenith's lemarkable is jus! one oi 18 quality p Zenith hearing aids. One of ihom might be just tigtit for you. At no obligalion, test-hear a Zcnilti hearinrj aid today. if) Zenith hearings aids are priced from I I Paramount Theatre Bldg. LEISTER'S MUSIC i SPECIAL SOCIAL EVENING Tuesday, Nov. Featuring TONY WHITE LETHBRIDGE I FORTY NOMINEES There were .10 nominees for the 1971 Nobel Peace Vmc, awarded to West Herman Chan- cellor Wilh- Brandl. DALLAS TAVERN What are yoy waiting for? You can join Weight be on your way to o slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 11 Ih STREET and 4th AVENUE SOUTH Some talking, some listening, and a program that works." COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIOGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, November 24lti NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday, November 26th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, November 27th P'jblic Swimming Sunday, November 28th Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, November 29th NOON HOUR SWIM 1.00 p.r p r p.r p.r p.r p.n p.n 8 00 p.n p.n PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, November 23rd Free Public Skating p.m. Wednesday, November 24th Beginners Skating............... B.OO p.m. Friday, November 26th Mothers Pre-Schoolers Free Skoting Noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday, November 27th Public Skating................ Public Skating Sunday, November 28tli Beginners Skating Public Skating Family Skating.............. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, November 26th Free Public Skating NOTE: There will be no public skating at the Civic Ice Centre Saturday evening from p.m., November 27th nor on Sunday afternoon November 1971 from p.m. and due to previous booking commitments. Make Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty Food, and prompt friendly service. LJ 1 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Soivetl cvny Monday to fiom (o 2 p.m. BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS FOR CHRSSTMAS DAVID LEAN'S FILM a BORISFA ZHilAGO GERALDiNE QiAPLiN JULih -IDMCOJRlENf ALECGLW 80BPAN HclWW RICHARDSON TONIGHT thru WED Evenings B, 8 P.m. oniy NEXT MATINEE WEDNESDAY ONLY AT 1 P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT thru WED. AT P.M. WALKAeayr -Illdith Crisl. NBC-TV ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THERE IS WOEqUALTO THIS CHRONICLE OF RAW COURAGE AND STUBBORN SAVAGERY! TONIGHT thru WED. First show af 7 p.m. "THE McMASTERS" 'Color Wilh JACK PAIANCE ;