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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TODAY'S SHOW TIMES PATIAMOUNT "Trc Groat Waltz" One Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Poseidon Adventure" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "The Godfather" One Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "The Candidate" "Rage" One Complete Show Adult ELKS IWC RIN60 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. in 58 NOS. If bingo called after 56 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDCT 16 YEARS AllOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, APRIl 5 "MOONGIOWS" FRIDAY, APRIL 6 "MOONGIOWS" SATURDAY, APRIL 7 "4 HITS AND A MISS" mm MOVIES YOU BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BURGLARS" In color. Starring Rcbsrt Hossein, Nicole Calf an and Renato Salvatori. Wednesday, April 4. Show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET" In color. Starring Michael Brandon and Mimsy Farmer. Wednesday, April 4. Show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "STAND UP AND BE COUNTED" In Color. Jacqueline Bisset, Stella Stevens and Gary Lcckwood. Wednesday, April 4. Show at p.m. ADULT Not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "ACROSS 110th STREET" In color. Starring Anthony Quinn, Yaphet Kotto and Anthony Francicsa. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 4. 5 and 6. Wednesday shows at and RESTRICTED ADULT Extreme vio- lence and coarse language. LETHBRIDGE SUMMER SKATING SCHOOL to be held at HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE JULY 1st THRU AUGUST 12th DIRECTOR ANN MCDONNELL PROFESSIONAL STAFF SONJA DAVIS DAN DOROHOY JO-ANNE ENGLEKARDT9 ANN McDONNELL FOR BROCHURE AND FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 328-3032 I FOLLGARD DANCE CLUBS 327-2138 Get of trie house and into "The Swing of Things." I Join with the fastest growing chain of Donee Clubs in I the world. I HOURS FOR ONLY LIMITED TIME ADULTS ONLY 626 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-2138 I 626 13th S Appeals deportation order Former Beetle John lenncn and his wife Yoko Ono meet with .'newsmen in New York. Lennon fold reporters he has appealed a federal deportation forder to leave tne country within 60 days. Lennon's lawyer said the appeal proceedings jcould keep Lennon in the country for years. Film hits hard at French PARIS (AP) The French documentary that won an Oscar last year by ridiculing the myth of the country's valiant resist- ance to the Nazis has an ang- rier sequel. It paints Charles ae Gaulle as a liar and the French people as weak and misguided. Called Francais, Si Vous Sav- lez (Frenchmen, If You The film runs for nine hours in three segments. Despite its in- tense bitterness and a series o! critical reviews, big crowds keep coming. The film was made by Andre Harris and Alain de Sedouy. Harris, with Marcel Ophuls, won an Academy Award in 1972 for The Sorrow and the Pity, his documentary on the Nazi occupation of France. The French government television network financed it but refused to show it. Francais, Si Vous Saviez uses the method Harris developed for the first film. The cutting and juxtaposition are again merciless, contrasting films of the events with the halting of rcalcitrant memories of the people involved. The scope of the new film is wider, running from the First World War through the end of the de Gaulle era. FLYERS ABUSED Harris and De Sedouy begin to hit hardest after they have shown how the French govern- ment was unable to prepare the country for the Second World War. Sequences "taken from German footage show crowds in eastern France offering flowers to Nazi troops and French men and women in Paris punching and spitting at downed Ameri- can and British flyers being led handcuffed through the streets. Scenes of millions of Pari- sians cheering Marshal Philippe Petain in Paris are followed by millions cheering Charles de Gaulle at nearly the same spot four months later. A Gaullist officer comments: "Unless that city doubled in size in the interval, they were the samo people." De Ga-jUe is depicted as hav- ing sought personal power from the beginning of his period in exile in London. Once returned to France, de Gaulle, says a young underground leader of Toulouse, showed no interest in incorporating the resistance into tte new leadership of the country and decided instead to turn it back to the political class of the pre-war era. Former premier Pierre Men- des-Franp criticizes de Gaulle for maMr no attempts to in- stall an austerity regime in France af the war. He sug- film clips back him t lere was no desire on the part he country tc make necessary sacrifices during the rebuilding years, De Gaulle is treated even more harshly during the Alge- rian war episode when he seems to promise to keep Al- geria French, then abandons file territory. The film directly accuses him cf lying and sug- gests that'he is responsible for torture tactics in the army and police. The film spares no one. not the Communists who are shown collecting gifts for Stalin, or the Gaullists, or the average Frenchmen. April 4, 1973 THI LETHMID6! HBtALD 7 CBC ad policy rapped OTTAWA (CP) The CBC gives high priority to improving Canadian content of radio am television broadcasting and a low priority to dropping com- mercials, CBC president Lau- rent Picard told a Commons committee Tuesday. He said radio and TV com- mercials now yield the corpo- ration about million a year, and if the government gave the corporation that amounc 01 au- ctional money as a giant, il would prefer to use the money to improve its studios and pro- gramming, rather than drop the commercials. Mr. Picard spoke to the Com mons committee on broad- casting, films and assistance to the arts. Liberal and NDP members urged the CBC to drop commercials, particularly for beer, toothpaste and deodor- ants. The CBC president said the nationally-owned corporation la- bors under a heavy debt which might strangle it in five or 10 years. No other organization could continue financing itself through borrowings at the inter- est charges the CBC faces, be said. NEED IMPROVEMENTS The CBC needs to spend more both on Canadian creative and performing talent, and on im- proving its studio and electronic facilities, particularly in To- ronto, Winnipeg, Halifax, and Moose Jaw-Regina. The Toronto studios, he said, are "held to- gether with strings and props." He dsfended the cost of the CBC in relation to the cost of nationally-owned networks in other countries with bigger pop- ulations but smaller territory to cover. The CBC's budget is less than that of the BBC in Britain or NHK in Japan, he said. Mark Rose Valley West) said the CBC's selling of commercial time for brand name advertising leads to continentalism, destroying a separate identity for Canada. Taxpayers supporting the CBC are paying to have themselves "propagandized by toothpaste and deodorant ads." Peter Stqllery Spadina) said it is disgusting and reprehensible that the CBC should sell advertising time for beer when drinking has been identified as a contributing fac- tor in the increased use of druss. BEER REVIEW Lister Sinclair, senior vice- president in charge of pro- graming, said beer advertising is "worth but the CBC only reflects the general WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS ADULT paramount cinema SL An. South. 327-5100 TONITE and THURS. at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema WINNfcK UP iVVU MwAUtrnf AWAKUS INCLUDING BEST ACTOR-BEST PICTURE TONIGHT and TKUR. DAILY AT P.M. Oscar winning actress- singcr liza Minnelli belw Out o iong during benefit performance i n Tcro-nlo. MinneHi won Holly- wood's best-actress award for her rofe in Cabaret. featuring: RICHARD ROBERTS PATH ROBERTS The VJcrVS Adtan Singers OPVs, Concert Tie Carmtcihasf! Orchestra Exciting SUfcrt Muscal TONIGHT AT 7.00 P.M. CFCN-TV CH. 13 feelings of the country snd the whole problem is not going to be solved by the CBC dropping such advertising. Mr. Picard told Len Mareh- a n d that the corporation would con sider building a low-power relay transmitter (LPRT) in the Kamloops, B.C-, area to carry the full CBC program service. Kamloops would be considered along with 13 other commu- nities in which the CBC is think- ing of setting up LPRTs where part of its programs now are DIETRICH DENTURE CL5NIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7744 transmitted by privately-owned affiliated stations. Mr. Picard did not name all the 13 communities, but men- tioned Kingston, London, Sud- bury, and Peterborough, Ont., Brandon, Man., and Victoria, B.C. Holiday Inn 700 8th Avenue S.W. CALGARY EASTER WEEKEND FAMILY PACKAGE APRIL 20 21 Twin Double APPEARING NIGHTLY FROM APRIL 2 to APRIL 7 DON and KAREN In the IMPERIAL LOUNGE of the PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL green acres drive in Mtyor Dr. Count 327-1100 The Candidate' In Color with ROBERT REDFORD LAST TIMES TONITE 'Rage' In Color with GEORGE C. SCOTT I THURS., FBI, and SAT. The first fun picture of the year! mt Rock with Robert Redford George Segal I SECOND FEATURE BEST- BECOMES MOVIE SPY-THRILLER! ADULT 20m CENTURY KK COLOR BY DELUXE" open p.m. One complete show af p.m. paramount NOW SHOWING DAILY AT 8.15 P.M. K. li 4ft An. tooft. MATINEES SAT. and SUN. at P.M. ALL NEW! The joyful songful wonderful, story of the life of Johsnn Stress! FANWIY THE GREAT WHUr arri S.C-O.7 V WC-CiiA I'.'vJ ADULTS MATINEES EVENINGS ;