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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY COMEDY: Gelling Together, p.m., Cli. V. This Is the debut about the misadventures of a team starring Bobby Sherman. DOCTOR DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m.. Ch. 33. Singer Steve Lawrence makes his TV rirama.it in this melodrama. FAMILY MUSICAL: Partridge r.-.mily, 8 j.in., Cli. 7. Tile Partridges must spend a with a contest vinner (Kay who oozes motherly love for the- gnup. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Cli. V. A ijuchy Investigation for Cannon of a series of mysterisujly linked murders. WESTERN: Nichols, p.m., Cli. 13. Riiarclo Mon- talban plays a Mexican guerrilla leader and c.'sy oing Sheriff Nichols (James Garner) faces his first up-tight sil- utation. PANEL: Front Page Challenge, p.m., Cli. 7. 'This series begins its 151h season on CBC with all regular pan- elists returning. VAIUETY: Pig 'N1 Whistle, p.m., Cb. 13. stager Don Sullivan joins host John Hewer for ll.e opd-.hg of Hie fifth season. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 1.1. The fai." ills deteclive begins the fifth season on a new and and offers an exciting new star for the opener. Olson. TUESDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Man in the 1 p.m., 7. A man wakes up to find himself in a private nursng jie, his memory gone. Trimbl are lifted by Ihe Any in program changer by Ihe stations Radio i Listings and television tl it dutr jo 'fast- CHEC Tt News on the Hour Weather on the Half HOLT RichiTd Show To 5J Gif Country WliXe Murry Joim Cha--'--5 Join Oliver MONDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Counlry Diggii Voice of China Living Word Barry Hegland Don McMasler TUESDAY Richard Gordon John Oliver Show Checline Ron Legge Show Leo Dow MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1520 World al Six Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson Shaw ic CJOC if TUEEDfiv Niws CBC News Prices Jim EllloU Thys Phone Bill Sticw Line Wayne Barry Probe 1320 72.30 News, WItir, Sport World at CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wthr. on the rtaif Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don McMaster Major News Bob Cencle Malor News Mike Murry Don Redman w.-jjor News a.m. Don te CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Theatre Max Ferguson :00 News Songs From The Gerrusil Morning Concert 00 world at Six Classics :30 Tales of Advenlure Wlhr. Musli :OJ Jazz lor the Record Midnight 03 As it Happens TUESDAY DO National News Eye Opener :10 From The Capilals World al Eighl :15 Five Nights A Commenli Week Pasl Mailni Radio Noon Holiday Mailnee Afternoon Co BrJC News News end Weather News Tumbles Tire Su 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 j CAR CARE SPECIAL VIontaiia miracle Breaks neck-and lives LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) An orttapedic surjicoa says it s a mystery how Sam Warlcl, 18, climbed down a 10.280-foot mountain with a broken neck :hat should have killed him on he spot. "I've never seen anyone live with a break like said Dr. Francis J. Kelly of Bozeman. Warfel said he was within 100 leet of the submit of Emi- grant about 25 miles lorth of Yellowstone National Park, when he stepped up or, a rock which gave ivay. It was 'our hours after had begun Uie climb. He was alone. "I don't know how far I said the youth, "ai'out 100 feet I think. "When I came to, I just knew I had to get out of there." Holding the back of his neck vith one hand, he made his vay down the treacherous slope his car three miles away, drove to a small resort and vas in shock irom loss of Wood vhen he arrived. Karen Whitliom, daughter of he resort's proprietor and a registered nurse, gave him first aid until an ambulance arrived. Now several days and two (perations lies in lospital with his head and neck n traction, but no paralysis is "The doctors can't figure why ic isn't said the father, Paul Warfel, a ailway worker. "They have to wait until he mends to see if he las anything else broken." Doctors at first were pessi- mistic about Sam's chances, but "they have real hopes now that he'll be said the father. Warfel said his only son regu- larly went out alone. The fish- ing is excellent and the moun- tains here are beautiful. :'Sam dirr.bing every weekend. He's a veteran at it. That's why 1 can't ligure how ha fell." A star 440-yard runner in high school last year, the youth was in excellent physical condition and his doctors say this may have saved his life. War film stirs bitter memories LONDON (CP) The show- ing on British television of a marathon documentary about the Nazi occupation of France has stirred bitter memories of the Second World War and re- vived a degree of Anglo-French distrust at a time of generally improved relations between Paris and London. The documentary, French- made and lasting 4Vi hours, has never been shown on the public- ly-owned TV system in France before its transmission here by the BBC. But the London correspondent of the Paris newspaper Lc Monde writes that the "inepti- tude" of French TV over the program "cannot itself explain why the BBC decided to devote an entire evening Lo showing a film which in today's political context does not help much to a better understanding between our two peoples." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "I WALK THE LINE" In color. Starring Gregory Peck, Tuesday Weld and Estslle Parsons. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 20, 21 and 22. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE McKENZIE BREAK" In color. Starring Brian Keith. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 20, 21 and 22. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LOVE STORY" In color. Starring Ali MacGraw, Ryan O'Neal and Ray Milland. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, September 20, 21 and 22. Monday show al p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS" In color. Star- ring Gig Young, Harry Guardino and Anne Jackson. Monday and Tuesday, September 20 and 21. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. With the latest electronic equipment you get 20 vital services and performance checks. Come in today! All repairs fully guaranteef. PLUS PARTS B CYLINDER .00 PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences (c) Teieorobe Music Family (c) TUESDAY Under Allflck (c) Somclhing I Gelling Tlogclher Think Aliout rarlridge Family Cannon F'ronl Page Challenge on (c) 10-30 Friendly Giant 7 Chez Helene llidSThe Avengers Sesame Slrcet Stampede Wrcslling Lee Drew (c) _._. News (c) Farm and Cil Today Lee Drew (c) Romper Room Rlpcord Mr. Drcssup Movie: Man In Ihe Road Our Town Take 30 Edge of Night Psychiatrist Dirdman and the Galnxic Trio (c) Trulh or Ccnsequencei PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Week of Sept. 21st to Sept. 27th, 1971 FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesdoy, September 22nd NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. (adults only 25c admission) Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Friday, September 24th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. (adults only 25c admission) Public Swim p.m. Saturday, September 25lh Public Swim p.m. Sunday, September 26th Public Swim p.m. Family Swir.i p.m. (All Children musi be accompanied by parents) Monday, September 27lh NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. (adulls only 25c admission) ADAMS PARK fCE CENTRE Saturday, September 25lh Public Staling p.m. Public Skating...... p.m. junday, September 26lh Public Skaling p.m. VOTE: The new fall and winter Family Swim and Skate Past, is now on sale at the abjve facililies. During Public Skating and Swimming flours only. The pa5s is valued at and will admit the entire family 1o all skating and swimming sessions from the dale of purchase, to May 15, 1972. Le Monde correspondent Henri Pierre made his com- ments in a letter to The Times and he added his summing up o[ the documentary as "painful and even distasteful." The film had prompted Tunes TV critic Barry Norman to ob- serve that "a good many French people were happy to collaborate with the Germans and a good many more chose the path of passive accept- ance." However. Pierre and some oilier vip.wers considered the documentary too narrow in its portrayal of conquered France. The focus of the in English The Sorrow and the wartime life in the south-central French city of Clermont-Ferrand. The documentary also caused a number of commentators to wonder whether British behav- ior would have been any better than the average Frenchman's if Ihe Germans had managed to occupy Britain in 1940. "Of course, there would havr been plenty of collabt rators witli the Germans had Hitler come here and con- ceded a columnist in The Spec- tator magazine. But the assumption "that we would have behaved as badly as did the French is The Spectator columnist went on. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Joe" Lasl Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "They Might Be Giants" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Shorl Subjects "Lady of Monza" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Two Mules lor Sister Sara" "AirporL" 10-05 One Complete Show 8-00 DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridg. "BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" The hunt for the Groat White COMING SOON FAMILY FAMILY CINEMA ST 3J75IOO Monday, September 20, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CFCN Lelhbridge MONDAY NIGHT Flinlslcnes Slsr Trek (c) News (c)