Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUSS HOTEL The Lethbritkie Herald TELEVISION GUIDE TAGS DRiVE-lK FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5303 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1971 W5 special A BEVY OF BEAUTIES Tony Curtis and Roger Moore star with a bevy of gor- geous female guest stars on The Persuaders, on the CTV Television Network. Tuesdays, p.m. Channel 13. Featured above are (upper, left to right) Jan Rennlson, Beulah Hughes, Tony Curtis, (centre, left to right) Suzanna Leigh, Joan Collins, Joanne Dainton, (lower, left lo right) Roger Moore, Annette Andre, Vivien Neves. Cross kidnapping examined When James R. (.T a s n e r) I Cross, the British diplomat dis- appeared on Oct. 5. most j Canadians were taken by sur- prise. But why? They knew that in the year previous, at lea-st 15 political kidnappings had oc- curred throughout the world, Quebec FLQ 'terrorists had kill- ed seven people with planted bombs since 1953 and FLQ plans to kidnap the Israeli consul in Montreal had been recently un- covered by police. Still, most Canadian.? were net prepared for the ordpal lint owaited, them in their awn country. The FLQ crisis will be re- called in v ivid detail a year after the event in an hour-long documentary in b and w on CBC television's Tuesday N i g h t scries Oct. 5, from 10 to 11 p.m. on Channel 7. Title of the program is Crisis: October Plus One. Produced by Ian McLaren and writlten by Peter Desbar- ales, who last year made the outstanding documentary, Sep- aratism: A Decade in Perspec- tive, this film deals with the Cross Laporte kidnappings, the invocation of the War Meas- ures Aet by the federal Cabinet. flic Montreal civic election and the alleged plot to overthrow the Quebec government of Rob- ert Bourassa. JN MAY of this year, Che ter Ronning. former Cana- dian Charge d'Affaires to China and one of Canada's most re- spected diplomats, made a re- turn visit to China. Ronning traveled throughout China his (wo datightei and a Canadian film crew. EP sides re-visiting his birthplace Banting, Best and insulin: slill no cure On Monday, October 4 at 10 p.m., on Channel 7 in its first I new program of the 1971-72 season, CBC Television's The Nature Of Things describes the life of ten year old Karen, who Is a diabetic. Through her eyes, we look back to the his- toric event insulin discov- ery, in 1921 by the young Tor- onto doctors Banting and Best, learn what is understood about the disease to-day, and look to some of the many avenues re- searchers are now exploring in search of a solution, I Also appearing on the pro-1 gram, produced and directed j by Milan Chvostek, will be Dr. 1 Robert Ehrlich of the Hospital' for Sick Children's Diabetic clinic, in Toronto: Dr. George j Steiner, Director, Diabetes sub- division, the Toronto General I Hospital; Dr. Aubic Angel, as- sistant professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto; geneticist Dr. Nancy Simpson of Queen's University, King- ston; and Dr. John Dupre, as- sociate professor of Medicine at McGill University in Mont- real. A very special guest will be Dr. Charles H. Best, who with Dr. Frederick Banting, discovered Insulin 50 years ago. After half a century, thnrn is yet no cure for diabetes. Near- ly all the research work now. being done has not really pro-! vidcd answers to the basic] problem; it has only revealed' m ore questions. "C'on'inued support for research is vitr.I." comments Dr. Steiner during the program. BACK TOC.ETIIFR Paul Newman and Robert Rcdford, stars of the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, are starring together again in a new picture based on the experiences of two real-life New j York City policemen. I CHESTER RONNINNG of Fangcheng. in Uie mountains Central China, he saw many places r.ol visited by any Wes- terners since 1949. Ten days were spent in the capital city of Peking, renewing acquaint- ances with old friends, includ- ing Premier Chou En-Lai, as well as attending ihe May Day celebrations. On Sunday, Octobsr 3. p.m. on Channel 13, tho CTV Television Network pre- sents A Journey Forward Chester Ronnir.g in China, a Special recording Ronning's ex- periences on this trip. The journey through Central and Southern China included stop-offs at seven major cities and four different communes. Ronning's party traveled most- ly by train and then made local trips by car. Ronning, who speaks fluent Chinese, talked directly to or- dinary citizens to find out what was happening in modern China. This contact has given him a greater personal under- standing of China and the prob- lems faced by the people. Charge d'Affaires to China from 19-15 fo 1P5K Homing also lived and taucht in China for many years. In the CTY Not- work Special, he bolh inter- views and translates, hi the process revealing a little more of the country, so little known by Western nations. With Canada's recognition oE China. President Nixon's forth- coming visit to Peking and tho United Nations debating the ad- mission of China to the world body, this special should be of special interest to viewers. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avc S. 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