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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________________ Thuisrfoy, April 6, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAID 7 Sale succeeds THURSDAY SI'OHT: Slnntcy Cllji Hotkey I'lav-ufls, p.m. Toronto nt Boston. COJIKDV: Dran .Martin Show, p.m.. Cll. 13. Joey Bishop anil British comic Billy Baxter are Dean's special guests. MOVIK DItAMA: "Ililtcr 3 p.m., Cll. 7. A story of a young girl's life anil loves set in London and Wales. DOCUMENTARY: Here Conic The 70s, p.m., Cll. 13, Man's relationship to society is probed in Biology: Doing AVlint Clinics Naturally." KKI'RAT PKOC.KAM.S: Mrilical Centre, The Bold Ones. MOVIE ADVKNTt'HK: "Captain From p.m. Cli. 7. Spanish soldiers tight to drive the Moors [rum their last stronghold in Spain. INTIOIIVIKW: David Frost. 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Kenny Rogers and the First Ktliiion and actor Ted Knight of "The Mary Tyler Moore Slum1" are among the guests. 0 FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY; "I'rands Goes to the t p.m., Cli. 7. A bank employee picks racehorse winners on the ad- vice of his talking mule. MOVIE SATIRE: "Heat the 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A story ohout interational swindlers planning to double-cross eacli other. of raised in the i'c- ccni mission andion sale spon- sored by the Tahea Sewing Cir- cign mission projects of the This includes the Mcnnonile Central Committee an .SUICU J.IV NUT lll.lLt. L3HMML, vjil- cle of the Coaldalc Mcnnonitc 1 international welfare organlza- Conference Church. turn of the Mcnnonitc churches f'roceccts to various for- in (he world. __________ YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S rta may get new film codes f SHALLOW VVA'L'KHS loss than WO feel The seas .surroimding the Brit-' Iwcause the islaixls lie. on the is'i Isles are everywhere shal-! continental _______ assport Photos :'i Piclur. Framing Pholo Supplto. i A. L CROSS STUDIO Phone 328-OM2 Proflramt ifrtfj feyjrii radio and Mlwhlon MaMffiw. An varlqHeit tn'ipMwm, tiblirty of ond MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) presents "MINT JULEPS" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR IAOIB p.m. lo a.m. -FULLY LICENCED GOVERNMENT LOW, COST HOUSING Low Down Payment to monthly payments (includes taxes) low Income Qualifications FOR MORE DETAILS CALl EDMONTON A stutly that resultetl from the banning of the controversial film "A Clockwork Orange" may pro- duce new film codes for Al- berta and possibly a classifica- tion system, Culture Minister Horsl'Schmid said here. Mr. Schmicl, who has seen the Warner Brothers film banned by the Alberta censor- ship board, said the guidelines which the board operates under most likely will be changed. 1 Warner Brothers let an ap- peal deadline pass March 31. Had the company appealed the banning and lost, it would have had to wait two years until mailing a new appeal. How- ever it is free now lo re-sub- mit the film and take its chance with ttie board. EXAMINE CENSOHSHU' Mr. Sclimid said, however, that he doubts whether the film could pass a second review lie- cause the board still has to meet Ihc present guidelines and until they are changed there's little likelihood Albertans will he able to see the film. The Progressive Conserva- give government has appointed a special legislative committee to examine all aspects of cen- sorship. Us {Hidings arc not ex peeled to be made before late fall. Mr. Schmld said In an inter view there Is more concern over portrayals of violence than raw sex. He said he per- sonally takes a liberal stand on restrictions on the creative arls but pointed out that I Swollen and West Germany both allow portrayals of erotic scenes but have new legislation controlling the showing o! vio- lence. VIOLENCE SCENES Violence, in the case of, "Clockwork 0 r a n g Mr. Schmid said, was the reason the lilm was banned. He also said the film lias violence I scenes which are not contained in the book. Even so, theie should be classifications of films, rather than banning, he said. The cen- sorship hoard could evolve into a classification hoard. Mr. Sehmid, who assumed responsibility for the board 1 prior to then it came under the department of labor i declined to say what action he would have taken on the film had he been a member o! 1 the board. ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY "FKKD liLAC.K and THK CADILLACS" MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 733 13lii St. N. THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" (from CW.OARY) Chet Atkins loses tivo instruments CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSHAY H1GHT Dave King Barry Kegland Jack Ncwfeld THURSDAY MIGHT fit John Request John Charles Uoug Anderson FRIDAY Buryl Clark SporM Checllne Leo Joftn Oliver Dave King CJOC Wayne Barry Probe T230 Shovr FRIDAY 6-C-J Ca'c1 Nev.'S News and Gr. Ne.-.s, SpOTt ,VB. Ptiane B11J Shew John CHEC fM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SftT. Den McWiiisfcr 5 Sport! tBcb Ccnsie) -fr CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT IdrlS Five Nights s Week World nl Home Run World .it six Ai It Happens Muslcscopa HcwSj 'Wrhr, Spi Pra EI'.-JCC-J Glover s FRIDAY This Country lest ate Jnsuranct Phono 327-7464 I Phono 327-74( Nighl 328-5106 WE HAVE THEM t'J The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have got to see it to believe it! See (he complete Sony line a! ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS SteiRO and fliotoglapliic Centel 419 5lh M. -i. Phone 328-6922 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ST'YH SPANGLED GtRL" in color starring Julie Andrews, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 6, 7, and 8. Thurs- day diow at p.m. Family. RIVER Sunland Theatre "CARRY ON' CAMPING" in color starring Sidney .lames, Joan Sims and that 'Carry On Gang'. Friday and Sat- urday, April 7 and 8. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE Theatre Walt Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" in Techni- Saturdav and Sunday, April 7, 8 and 9. Friday show at Saturday ad Sunday, April 7, 8 and 9. Friday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre Wait Disney's "THE DAREFOOT EXECUTIVE" in Techni- color Starring Kurt Russel and Joe Flynn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Matinee. April 6, 7 and 8. Thurs- day shows at and p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SKIN In color. Starring James Garner, Lou Gossctt and Susan Clark. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April il. 7 and [i. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. I NASHVILLE, Tenn. (API I Chet Atkins, well-known guitar- 5! ist and recording star, has lost i two guitars. Atkins lost one of the insliu- I1 mcnts between Nashville and j Calgary and the second between (Toronto and Cleveland, Ohio, L last week during a Canadian I tour. Atkins, who sometimes pur- chases an extra airline ticket so I !his instruments can accompany him, had checked the guitars with the airlines. "When I got ready to do my concert in he said, "the Gretsch was gone "I had to borrow one, which wasn't too hard to do, since they're sold all over (he coun- Ury." The second guitar was a clas- sic Barbero flamenco model that Atkins said is irreplacea- ble. o m e b o d y probably just pulled them off the baggage Atkins said. July. 1967. His body has been kept in a London hospital and the family wants to bring it home for burial. A Greek government spokes- man confirmed that authorities agreed to the entry of the body but had refused entry to Melina and Spyros. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP> Johnny Carson, host of NBC's Tonight show, has filed sviit for divorce from his second wife The suit filed yesterday in Su- perior Court said Carson and Joanne Copeland were married in New York on Aug. 17, 1963, and separated June 1, 1970. They have no children. Carson has three children by bis first marriage, which ended I in divorce in 1962. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT 4 IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabfevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT V.'crM 5'tO Truth cr .V.cvip; Captain (c) from (c) Dfal FK1DAY Fjjrm and City Scon, Marvel Holiday Film 1 Prifndly Gitint Our Crw.fjinrj Ir.'.i Mel l.CO U-uii't" Elrect To.vn JV.cwle: Fr-infis Grc-b lo Ihe I "'a Navy 30 Edqe of Niah! i I'Troily Courl In S.CD Iruth CFCN-TV Lethbridrje Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Buck 5: CO LU.-.Y r.Hl. Toronto 3r, Vic Corn TRIDAY ,j-cn ec-wilched Though for Dfvy Beat fhe Clock tc 7'35 University of Air Movie: 6-CO cl Beal Ihe Devil (c) Wlisl's Ihe Gocd Proimni Mi Li-.Ms V'.'crrf (c) 9-Q5 in Seeing Aiolhtir Thoafrc Anything You Ca AlfAir ol (c) tucy KRTV Grccit Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT N N '.Vcrlil As Ihe V.'crld Turn t cainfo Nev.S (c) Salufe Agrleul.urt T DocTors (c) Tctliiy Show (ct Another World TKinv In CHy BiriS ECJ'CIS of NloM Salo r.f Corvftrv Lovr .ftrncriran hollyv-'R'XJ Snusres. Slyio (c) ir (e) (t) s: J5 uiLir-r KF6B-TV Grcni Foils Channel 5 (Cabfevision Ch. IT) THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Lels Ma hi. Fnrrn News Game Nr-.vs News CO 7-C1 CApr.iin Kangaroo Secret Storm Dinin's Pi.icc (c) One Life lo Uv LsLanne Days cf Our Llvi Ti'.al Girl Three on a Watt V.'hcrt; the Hear! Is Dating Game (c> Nc.1.-. Splil Scrond All Children NCVM COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AMD SKATING SCHEDULE LUSAKA (Keuterl Two' British pop groups have aban-1 doned a tour of Zambia after' coming under a barrage of bot- a manager im- conscious- when they cancelled an open-air show because of heavy rain. Tour promoter Arthur Burrs said Tuesday that the Christie and Edison" Lighthouse groups abandoned their tour and wenl to Rhodesia, saying they c e i v e c] threatening telephone I calls at their hotel after the cancelled show. The groups escaped through a barrage of bottles burled at their bus at Lusaka's Independ- ence Stadium Sunday, after rain orced them to call off the per- o r m a n c e before fans here. THE El, RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "ALTON JACKS" EVERY NIGHTI THIS WEEK CABARET THURS.-FRI.-SAT. THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE I I I MATINEES ONLY __________FRI. and SAT. ONLY FRI. AND SAT. AT DOORS OPEN AT P.M. b.'xt: stallion carried a boy io a !cve lo its destiny- t and a country to victory! FAMILY SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Thurs. April 6 Free Publrc Swiming.......... Fri. April 7 NOON HOUR SWIM Pren publir Swimming family Public Swimming Sal. April 8 Public Swimming Sun. April 9 Public Family Swimming Mon. April 10 MOON HOUR SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Ihurs. April 6 Free Public Skaling Fli. April 7 Free Public Skating Public Skating (Regular Admission] Sun. April 9 Public Skating fRegulor Admission! HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Tuei. April 4 Siting Iliurs. April 6 frse Public Skating-....... CIVIC ICE CENTRE TKurs. April 6 Itct: Public Skating Fri. April 7 frtf Public Skating J.OO p.m. 12.00 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.. p.m. p.m. p m. p.m. p.m. 7 00 'l-PO P-r--. p.m. p.m. p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating ol the Henderson Park Iro Centre on Friday, April 7, 1972. On Satur- day, April 8, 1972 Public Ska'ing ii cancelled ol nil of i-' ku Centres clue !o previous comrmf- Fffcclivc Aprif 9, 1972 lhc Conlrrs will he clostd ATHENS (Reuter) Greek actress Melimi Mercouri lias icon refused enlry to Greece to attend the burial of her fatlier, Stamatis Mercouris, her mother old reporters here. The actress, 46. became an arch-foe of Hie Greek regimo when the army tool-: over in April. 1907. and has been de- prived of her Greek nationality for her attacks on it. She achieved worlrl fame for her voles in the films Never On Sunday anil I'liaeclra. Her mother saitl slie applied lo Ihe Greek authorities for per- mission for Molina and her brother Spyros. to accompany Mercouris' body back to Greece. Ulerconris, a former Icft-winp politician antl an opponent of Hie regime, died in London in Todayl Showtimes I'AUAJIOC'NT Thursday Matinee "Black iiciivity" p.m. (ore snow only) Short Subjects 'Tiirly Harry" I-.'K. f'.W Cr.rnpletc Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Sliort SuhjccLs ".Ir.e ITill" f.nsl complete show fOl.I.FGK CIMC.MA Short Subjects Lust Complete Show iRK LESTER WALERSLEM Regular Admission Prices Kiddies 50c MaHnee RESTRICTED ADULT Delective Harry Callahan. He doesn't break murder cases. He smashes them, HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY Clint Eastwood SHOWING EVENINGS ONLY PANAVISION W.irncr 0.03.. A Kinnoy Company TLCHNICOLOR Al 700 and p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "i dreamed J F. Joe Hill Jast night Aliw tir me TONIGHT thru SATURDAY ADDED EXTRA CARTOON -NOVELTY Al and p.m FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT MATINEE KIDS 50c HELD OVER FOR 3 MORE DAYS TODAY thru SAT. At ond 9.10 p.m ;