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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JTV HIGHLIGHTS! MOS'DAY SPECIAL: "Ostir Ck. T. A preview of Tuesday's presentation of the 42nd annual Acad- emy Awards. _, MOVIE: "Kye f.m., Ch. 11: An hunter hunts down the killers of his wife, and ton. Stars Robert Lansing. SPECIAL: ".Miss Ten-Age 8 p.m., Ch. The second annual pageant, telecast from Toronto. SPECIAL: tke Ch. U: A National Geographic special on the quarrelsome love between the Atlantic Sea and The' Netherlands. DRAMA: H 13: The paroled psycbopatie killer of Ed's (Don Galloway) fiancee appears ready to murder again. With Bill Bfeby. "MM J.m., Ch. 7: Conclud- ing look at the changing Roman Catholic Church in Brazil. LOCAL: Ck. 7: The CJLH Cofljundatum series visits with members of me newly-tamed Lethbridge and Region Mental Planning Coun- cil who comment on the Blair report on mental health. TUESDAY EDUCATION: "W. 0. 11 a.m., CU- 7: Canadian Schools profiles the Alberla author of the Jake and Hie Kid series. MOVIE: "Sea of 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Germans and Allies battle it out in the desert during the Second World War. With Richard Attenborough. Future TV Set Built By Students PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Ten California Institute of Tech- students have built, as they see it, the television set of the fulure. By pushing choosing a tune on a tavern get wtat you want in education, news and en- tertainment. Each category could be triggered with a hand- held control into almost limit- less subdivisions. Education would tutor ever- yone f rofn pro school toddlers lo college-graduate specialists. You could have a genera news simmary or the latest in any one market religion, politics, etc. News would appear either printed or pictorial. Al your command, a news sheet roll out the front, electronically printed and including subjects of your choice. "All the lechnology for this exists said Ira Moska physics major, editor o the'campus weekly and one ol Ihe'model builders. A television camera in the front of the set would perrru two-way video phone calls. The future's programs, tb youths said, would cover Uv country via satellite from a or disc data bank in. say, Ke York Pollution Would Have Killed FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION SPRING BANQUET and DANCE RIVIERA ROOM-PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL SATURDAY, APRIL 11 Refreshments p.m. Banquet 7-9 p. IB. Wildli OTTAWA (CP) If a little primate called Australopithecus years ago faced environmental pollution, he might have become extinct. U be bad, man would not exist. The Canadian Wildlife Federation makes IMs point in lilera-1 lure distributed to schools for National Wildlife Week April The federation contends that man's disdain for bis environ-. ment, through pollution, wide-0 spread use of pesticides and de-erection of wiioUiie habitat, Threa! severely endangering wildlife 1! species. Making the case for immediate efforts to save endangered species, the federation notes that extermination of any animal "brings evolution to an irreversible bait along that species' blood line." The terrier-sized echiprus, or Dawn Horse, became years ago. But its >enes survived in evolving defendants which eventually ave rise to the modern horse s well as zebras and asses. Listed among the Canadian creatures facing extinction are e whooping crane, black-tailed irairie dog, Reeky Mountain nghorn sheep, peregrine falcon, >ald eagle, black-footed ferret, sea otter, wood bison, barren-Found griizly, Roosevelt's elk, reater prairie chicken, Vancouver Island wolf, eastern spotted turtle, eastern fox nake, Lake Erie blue walleye nd the shcrtnose stwEcon of New Brunswick's St. Prince Charles Given Cameos 9 lo 1 Guest Speaker, TOM O'KEEFE OF CALGARY, Vive-President, Alberla Fish and Game Associalion Sain Al HOYT'S, .PARSON'S HAKJWAM, HEINITZ STATIONfM ife species and may ultimately irejuSee man's own survival. Governor-General Roland Miebener, in a message. Friday noting the start of the week, said it comes at a time when 'people are becoming increas- ingly concerned about the wel- fare of the natural world." I urge all Canadians to re- solve, 'during National Wildlife Week, to take an active interest in their wildlife, for only through such interest will Can- ada's endangered cluding, perhaps, man himself assured of survival." CARELESS IN PAST The federation literature notes that Canadians so far have paid little attention to ac- tivities dooming to extinction or qoc if News on the Hour Wth'r., Sports on the Half Hour HIOHT P.'Otx V2JO Al Cltf 5 Weather Al Capp COO World at Paul Tlvicter Market Report News PJul TivaJar Rob Ingram CSC Distinguished Artists AI caoo T. News Firm Show SoCTtS 7-15 WNltar.. markets Al Capp 7 M vwtr., Spcrts P'1C Weather Jack 1 8-10 Al Capp Cocntry Music Spbrh Phone Bill SIM. CHEC NEWS ON THE HOUR WEATHER ON THE HOUR MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Farm News Stone StocK Mkt Report Farm Dinner Showcase Farm Special Back lo Ihe BiSle News The Voice o" China Sports iVSKVeSr ESKST sBMX'.yu CMK FM 1N.f MG Bruce Thcwpson Caravan Herb Jcfcnson Jean Pauley H. B. Carnaby Comments Way 1 Set It Community Bulletin Call of the Land News Sports wnlher Callle Ptkei Show Tirr.e Very] Todd _L05 Caravan Weal her RADIO 1010 CALGARY MONDAY NIGHT Tempo World Six Supplement Guwt Calory As It Happen National News Five Ntohh a Distinguished Artists Sengs from flw Classics Mvsic Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye opener World al Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet 9J5 Gerrcsll Nalhan Cohen BBC ConsuT.eis Matinee 11 .K Andrew Allan Radio Noon Elements of After Noon Slocks Schools Broadcast Mallnee Personality Afterncn Concert Actuality Canadian Roundup Tempo Laborer h Freed In Bedroom Case HOB ART, Australia (Reu- ters) Prince Charles got some advice about cannibals Friday from a young patrol officer from the inferior of New Guinea. "Have you ever met a can- the prince asked 21- year-old Stephen White, on leave from his post in the re- mote, jungled territory- "I met a cannibal when 1 was up in the territory. He told me thit the best and most tender part of the human body lo eat was the palm of the hand." White replied: 'Then you'd better keep your hands in your pockets, sir." Said Charles: "I keep mine behind my back." tiver. Ted deadening, immediate past president of the federation, mles that unless current trends are "halted or even re- these forms of life are doomed. The trends include "im- ilanned population growth; sin- ;le-purpose use cf natural re- sources; trust that our fresh and salt' waters, our soil and' our atmosphere can absorb without limit the pollutants with which ire burden them....." DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC SUITE (-304 5th SI. S. Notional Phone 377-7244 BOSS HOSAK, C.DM. REDWOOD CITY, Cat'. (Reuters) James Crawford, 25, is a free man after playing the leading role in a bedroom farce that landed him in the wrong bed with the wrong woman. Crawford told a court that his troubles began when he had a few drinks with a girt- friend he invited to an apart- pent he had just started rent- ing here. Returning from a brief trip downstairs to fetch'something from his car, Crawford said he entered the wrong apart- he thought bis girl-friend jumped into bed with a 23-year-old housewife next door. The half-sleeping housewife, thinking her husband was back from taking a relative to the airport, responded to Crawford's passion until she stroked his moustache and screamed: "You're not my The court was informed during Crawford's three-day trial on burglary and assault charges that the real husband had a no tache. Superior Court Judge Jo- seph Huberty dismissed the charges Thursday, accepting Crawford's explanation that the drinks and his brief occu- pancy of the apartment led to the mistake. to the trial, Crawford spent 76 days in jail because he could nc': raise bail SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SOLOMON AND Technicolor. Starring Yul Brynner and Gina Lollobrigida. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 6, 7 and 8. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE LOST color. Starring Sidney Poitier. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 7 and 8. Tuesday, show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CASTLE Technicolor. Starring Burt Lancast- er. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 6, 7 and 8. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "NIG1IT OF T1IE FOLLOWING color. Starring Marlon Brando, Richard Boone and Rita Moreno. Monday and Tuesday, April 6 and 7. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Oul of Lift Take trw Family to a 16-INCH PHILCO PORTABLE TV Dull-Proof picture tube Instant Response Motiopele Antenna Pre-set Tuning CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. Art.-Srti St. S. frron. 324-2321 Czecll Reds Expel Former Party Official PRAGUE (ReiAers) Jiff Hajek, 57, Czechosbvakia's for- eign minister at the time of the Warsaw pact invasion of Au- gust, 1968, has been expelled frtrni the Czechoslovak Com- munist party. His name is aTrrang the latest list of expulsions in the Slovak party daily Pravda. Sixty-five reform members of the party's then-rulmg central committee are believed to have lost their party cards in the present purge. Alexander cek, leader of the reform move- ment, has been suspended from the party. Raise For, New: Arena CJIH-TV Chanml 7 Ch. MONDAY NIGHT Three Teleprote Academy Awards L-f! Go to the Rates (c) MiK Teenage Canada Pageant WreHling Our Town Piimochlo tnd 01 Movie: Sealed VerrJltl Take 30 Edge of Niqht GalFoping Go'jrmet Cartoons _____ Mr. Narr.e of me Game Ed Allen Man (c) Canadian Schools (c) Fritndly Giant (c) H. R. Pufnsluff c 11 probe 7 Chez Hslene Teleprobe 7 CKN Ch. 13 (Coblevriion Ch. 4) MONDAY NISHT TM Satnt (Cl Peyton Place Lucy SHow Today MagWraie's Court Bucklhot (c) Movie: Sea of Sand Peopli In cor.Mict Docfor'3 D-ary Pad FMnlllones 1C) Locy Show [cl Here's Lucy TbougM lor Day II Takes i Thief c Hews Nallon'l Geographic University 01 Air Pig 'N wmstll Bobby (c) Romper Rocm (c) Kevrl Who, V.Tiat, Oa-nt SorrersH I (c) Edje of NiaM (c) Comer Pyle (c) Mike Ootq'n (c) Andy Griffith CrmkiW Welcome .0 II Galloping Govrmtl hFO (cl Worrin'l World c Now Tomorrow TV S News All My Children M-rv GrifCn (c) Mike Deal (c) TUESDAY Ncv.lywcd tltta Oiling Ksnjtrw (cl Secret ftom (e) Splendored Thing General Llnkletter Thai Girl TV-5 Lmcer CATV-3 MOKDAT NIGHT Let'ii Go Travelling T6A CAPITOL THEATKE- Bofors Charlie Bubbles- Last complete PARAMOUNT THKATKE- They Shoot Horses Don't Short Last complete PAKAMOUNT CINEMA Anne crl a Thousand Days: Last comptete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Goodbye Mr, Short Last complete The'Commission on Iducatiorul Planning PUBLIC HEARINGS The Commission has been charger] with determining the educational needs of the people of Alberta during the last thiid of this century. The Commission has called for, and has received, formal submis- sioru from a broad range of organizations, and from in- dividuals in every walk of life. From such public: dialogue, and from its own studies, The Commission will submit its report to the people of Alberta during 1972, PUBLIC HEARINGS will now be held across the province, com- mencing APRIL 28. It is anticipated that many of those who made submissions will wish to speak to them at these hearings. It is also hoped that many individuals, and organizatipns, with strong con- victions concerning our province's educational future, will wish to present their views verbally, rather thin as a formal brief. The Commission hopes, also, that interested citizens of every calling, and of every age, will attend these public dialogues, whether to hear, or lo be heard. PUBLIC HEARINGS will be held: in Lac La Biche-St. Paul- "Wairiwright April 28-30; in Grande Prairie-Peace River- High Prairie-Falher May 4-7; in Edmonton May 12-14; in Red Deer May in Camrose-Stettler-Drwmheller May 2628; in Lethbridge-Medicine Hat-Blairmore June 1-4; in Calgary- June 9-11. Additionil hearings will be scheduled in Calgaty and Edmonton during tilt Tail of 1970. More complete details will be published, and broadcast, during the prior to the commencement of hearings, and during the hearings. If you wish to be heard is scheduled participant, write: Dr. NX'altcr Worth The Commission on Educational Planning Suite-100 11010 -142 Street, lidmonton Phone: 'OLLEGE INEM A COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 TONITE thru WED. Al and MS f.m "OTOOLE BEST ACTOR OF THE YEAR! -...'Chips' One Of The Year's Ten "KTAJIA CLMK SHOULD WIN AN THIS M CM Presents An Arthur P. Jacobs Production slarriiyf, Peter OTode- Petula Clark "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" COMING NEXT BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID NOW NEXT MATINEE WED. at p.m. 1 Jfk ACADEMY mm m AWARD NOMINATIONS ADUIT RICHARD BUKTONV Kr.HALWAUISn SEE TOR YOURSELF WHO WILL WIN THf ACADEMY AWARDS FOR THE FIRST TIME A CANADIAN BORN GIRL IS NOMINATED TONITE and TUES. BEST PICTURE ACTRESS OFIWTEUr JIKFNUr -Nstfona) Board of fiewevv -New Yak Film Critics THEY SHOOT HORSES DONTTHCY? 2 SHOWS MONDAY F.M Restricted Adult Entertainment TODAY, TrWU Academy Award Nominee Liza Minelti RHntKTtD ADUIT i "SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING WONDERFUL AND (SIM OF 'TOM JCM51 Albert 'Charlie Babbles TECHNICOLOR Colin Blakely BillieWhitelaw LJzaMinnelH HIT "BOfORS GUN" NO. 2 f> witt) ;