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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturday, November 37, 1971 THl ICTHBRIDGE HERALD smoking Phyllis Switzer heads TV station TORONTO (CIJ) A of sinokinR Imhils ;iinong chil- dren has shown that sumo six- year-olds in N.W.T., are addicts to the habit and the problem also is serious in other areas. The survey is being conducted by the home and school federa- tions across Canada as part of a federal health department cam- paign to try to slop children from smoking. The information on Frobisher Bay children was DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridgt obtained frtnn early survey turns. K a c h provincial federation group is districting question- naircs to cadi of its regional groups which select the schools to answer the qi'osticns. In Onlario, the replies of. English-speaking children and French-speaking chil- dren will be analysed with Uni- versity of Waterloo computers to find out why children smoke. School marks, purertal smok- ng patterns and the students' altitudes towards stroking will be examined in the question- j naires. I An applies-i gi anted to a group represented ultra-high-fre- by I'hyllis Sv.'itzcr of Toronto 01'1'AWA K'l'i tion for a new television station in To- ronto has been j'npvovcd by the Canadian Hadto-Tcfcvision Com-1 fercnt" programming plan: minion. i The new outlet will be the sec- 1 Thi1. I'- the first casting inlivesls. Mr-. toil by tlie CltTi: in Canada that the will be vice-president of because the'cilTC attaches im- trend is shifting to specialized parlance to their "uniquely dif- Mrs. Sivitzer said in company, primarily with community relations. i iniervu'H. Toronto's other I'lll'' statinn r She predicted that trend three t Ontario's educational TV Cluui in interview. day the licence has been The other lional channel. n' nntlr't ui bp tip spc- ui L-UH.IVU ?r t.s uniiJiius imi..a-. ____ ]o. i Mrl. li.llllclllK. suggested the idea lo her husband, Sruki, chief engineer i for Maclean-Hunter Cable TV I In Toronto. Mrs. I'hyllis, Kwilzer, representing the city's j (jnc plan, have been fi newest ultra-high frequency lei- j nanccd bv a major public eoin- ivh'jch Mrs. Swilzer refused lo name, proved alxir- tive when capital ran short. So USED IN SOAPS Some of the major industrial uses of potash are in detergents, soaps, glass and ceramics. erision station, said Thursday the trend in television is lo spe- cialized stations. uvc ____ Mrs. Swi'.zer, is a founder ure. cast about for Su- cf Channel Ltd., which was] team of programmers and busi- ;ced into the 510S' 'OW fAP) The Su- cf Channel Ltd., which was team of programme prem-Soviet th" rubber-stamp Kranlwl the U1'F nessmcn that coalcs .souu, in. v Thursday by the Canadian channel P'oup. parliament, endorsed today the Commission. The break came stale budget for !972 and the five-year plan for 1971-75. YOUR PHILIPS DEAtER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A RADIO AND TV J M V, 3 302 S N GERMAN CANADIAN CLU3 REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, NOV. 27th p.m. Music by the "MOONGLOWS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS NEW YEAR'S PARTY TICKETS NOW ON SAIEI MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT FEATURING "BILLY NICHOL" AND APPEARING IN THE AND HIGA" e Tavcrn-'THC K's" Admission St.25 (Sida Enlrcntel 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. FOOD and REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE The PI Eoncho Motor Hotel is now licensed to serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern IK BINGO Tlie break came after only four years in Toronto, during which she has dealt mainly with cable television and other broad- SOCIAL Mrs. Switwr bejian her eer as a social worker in kalchcwan, after a EA in psychology from the University of Alberta. Sli'1 also worked briefly as a bank accountant. During those year.1. Mi S t 7. e r moved his around !hc Prairies while help ing lo construct cable television systems in Canadian cable's pi- oneer days. In 1904', Mrs. Switzer began career in journalism, first a.s a repcrter with the Ijethbrirlge Herald, specializing in politics and education, and later as an editorial writer. When the SwiLzers moved lo I Toronto in 19G7. she worked for a year on suburban j then as the first public relation-; I officer for the cable television association, a post she left than a year ago. She also operates a service supplying detailed Tifo priests sentenced MOSCOW (AP) Two Roman Catholic priests have _..... i been sentenced to one year in counts of CRTC hearings to 21 labor camps for preparing chil-1 companies in the broadcasting dren for first communion and confirmation in the Soviet Baltic 78 will bc republic of Lithuania, it was re- j wijhout the intrusion of major ported here. i communications chains. The ap- A tYTxiwritlen rcnorl, cu-cu- plication was granted over op- 1 i position bv the te evision lated here among foreign corrc-1 spcndents, pave an account of! c.rv a new Toronto strti the arrest and trials of the two dra priests. Fathers Youzas Zdeb..... skis and P. Bubnis. ...-ain money from minor stations in otlwr parts of Can- ada. The Star said it decided against applying for a UHF sta- tion in the Toronto area because Firemen Tlie president of Channel 79 is Donald Webster, president of Helix Investments Ltd. Among the 20 minority shareholders are Stanley former Ontario minister of trade and develop- ment folk singer Sylvia Tyson: Bobby Orr Enterprises and l.-eon Weinstein. former presi- dent of Loblaw Groceterias, who about hair BOSTON fire- men have been told to take to the razor as a safely measure. Laboratory studies shewed excessive hair pi-even smoke mask from scaling j picperlv and "constitutes a se-1 vcre danger of leakage with a will be chairman of the board, resulting possible serious health so hair now 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS PICTURE FRAME BINGO 2 Turkey Bingos every Thursday until New Years NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALlOWEDl PUBUC-UPSTAIR5 ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, NOV. 27th-CLIFFS COMBO must be half an inch above the collar line and sideburns one inch wide and no longer Uian the bottom of the earlobe. Moustaches must he "neatly trimmed and non-eccentric." ALBERTA GREY COP SPECIAL This Sunday Nov. 27th ENJOY OUR SPECIAL "GREY CUP BRUNCH" 1 95 FOR ONLY I and watch the GREY CUP ON COLOR TELEVISION While You Dine! CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WILD ROVERS'1 111 Metrocolor. Starring William Ho'.den. Ryan O'Neal and Karl Maiden. Saturday. Novem- ber 27. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "IN1 SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolor. Starring Hayle'y Mills, Maurice Cheval- ier and George Sanders. Saturday, November 27. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HELL BOATS" In color. Starring James Franciscus. Saturday. November 27. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE REIVERS" In color. Starring Steve McQueen, Saturday and Sunday. November 27 and 28. Shows each night at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "VALDEZ IS COMING" In color. Starring Burt Ixin- caster. Salurday. November 27. Shows at and pm. Adult. Sunday. November 211 at p.m. "THE BIRD WITH THE'CRYSTAL PLUMAGE" in color. Starring Tony Musante and Suzy Kendall. Adult Not Suitable For Children. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre "CHISUM" In color. Starring .lohn WajTie. Saturday, November 27. Show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "WILD ROVERS" 111 Motrocolor. Starring William Ilolden, Kyan O'Neal and Karl Maiden. Saturday. Novem- ber 27., 2ii and 30. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT BOOK EARLY! Make Business a Pleasure Our Businessmen's Luncheon served Monday to Friday a.m. to 2 p.m. banks of FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS PatiagrtJ in ike kartd) gift tarlotltltt Purchases can be made at the following ALL THEATRE BOX OFFICES DURING OPERATING HOURS HEAD OFFICE PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. Next to Leister's EATON'S MAIN OFFICE 2nd Floor TORONTO DOMINION BANK College Ma For Further Information Phono 327-5100 or 327-6381 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 ADULTS BOOK OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS BOOK OF 5 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS BOOK OF 5 CHILDREN BOOK OF 5 The sad tale of disorderly wrestling fan WINNIPEG (CP1 A n i p e g wrestling fan has agreed to a self imposed exile from wrestling bouts following his impromptu ap- pearance on a wrestling card. Tlie exile and a reprimand followed the man's appear- ance in magistrate's coral on a charge of disorderly con- duct. HJs sad tale brought a clnickle from the magistrate and guffaws from Lhe packed courtroom. As he explained it. he'd had a few beers and was get- ting angry at the way the "bad guys'1 were bashing around the "good guys1' dur- ing a professional wrestling bout and decided to take the law into his own hards. "Bad guy'' Kick Bochwin- kel got tossed out of the ring only to have the wrestling fan pounce on his back. The police intervened when the two men grappled in the aisles. MINUS ONE CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Nov. 9 p.m. to I a.m. POLISH HALl 13lh St. N. Musit If 'BRIDGETOWN TRIO' MtMEERS Alii) STARTING MONDAY SUGAR FROM REGINA Come And See These Fantastic Sliowmeni Appearing Nightly at p.m. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. SHOWING SUNDAY ONLY AT P.M. ALL SEATS STARTS MONDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Hi BUSH liii ISEHB FOB with Nine Uiabolica! Curses ...BEES...BATS...EEHSTS... EE.GDD...FROGS...IM5S..., LOCUSTS... QARICE'JiSS... VINCENT PRICE -JOSEPH GOTTEN .j.d HUGH GRIFFITH-TERRY-THOMAS SECOND SCREAMER QNEBYONETHEYDIED! The suspense is sheerTerror in ,GP -S JLU PALMER i, COLORS ri i til BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS FOR CHRISTMAS RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. CLINTEASTWOOB WtPLAY MISTY FOR ME" Ills a Killer! RESTRICTED ADULT Showing Sunday at p.rr. DAVID LEAN'S FILM a ZHilAGO JULIE CHRiSIE -TOMCOURIENAY ALECGLHWSS 8W Mm RALfrl WAR ROD SltiGER RWTHSHINGHAM TONIGHT thru TUES. AT 8 P.M. ONLY SUNDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT 8 P.M. ADULT FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CINEMA COLLEdE 328.-6300i- KlNG" TONIGHT and SUNDAY TONIGHT AT AND P.M. SHOWING SUNDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION FIRST CONCERT OF THE SEASON MONDAY, DEC. 6th P.M. Under tho direction of IUCIEN NEEDHAM ami WAITER GOERZEN 4 CONCERTS ALL AT THE Yates Centre at p.m. Adults SEASONS TICKETS S10.00 Students S 5.00 TICKETS ON SALE AT Leister's Music Ltd. Paramount Theatre Bldg. ;