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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta [TV HIGHLIGHTS TUKSOAY SI'OIIT: SlanU-y Cup Playoffs, p.m., Cli. 13. Mon- treal Canadicns travel to New York for the firth game oE the Stanley Cup quarter-finals with New York Jlongers lead- ing the series three games to one. MOVIE DIIAMA: "A Tattered p.m., Cll. 7. Lloyd Bridges stars aa a tough cop who attempts to conceal llm accidental killing of his .son-in-law's mistress. SPKCIAL: I'rom Yellowstone (o Tomorrow, p.m., Cli. 0. A s a 1 u t e to the U.S. National Park Service with George C.M Scott narrating. The scenery is breath-taking. HEPEAT PROGRAMS: Marcus Selby, MD, NBC Mys- tery Movie, The Persuaders. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13, Bobby Darin, Mort Sahl, Susan Hampshire and Michael Dunn are special guests. C11IM10 DRAMA "Hrll Ilounil." 1 Cll. 7. A minor item in the ingenious bhieprint-for-robbcry cycle. AlOVir: CO.HKDY: "The Wackiest Sllip in the 1 ji.m., Cli. In 19-13 a naval lieutenant is assigned a dan- gerous mission with a decrepit sailing vessel and an inept crew. WILD UK One Northern Summer, p.m., Cli. 7. A hunt for the beluga and a report on the changing life-style of the Eskimo. Radio TV I listings Program! fire by radio and lelevlilon Itbllonl. Any variation In program ichiduli li due loit- minute changgi by Italians and li not the mpan- dbllily of Herald or Angle Dltiilbuiera Stereo and Photographic Contra, CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Spoils Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Nevjfeld Crieellne Dave King Dew Show Barry Hegland WEDNESDAY l3.M John Oliver Bury! CiarX Dava King CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT Weather nnd Grain World Jchn Walker John Charles Dourj Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot and ipoi Pftono Bill Wayne Barry ProDe 1730 YJ 30 Noin Farm News, Wealher and Sports Prices Jeclc Party Line John Walker World el Six WON. THRU SAT. Dan MacWiaMcr Concerfi (Bob CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Oor> 4.00 Don 1.00 a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio TQTO Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT World al Si 10: 3D Gio1 la.JS Cticz Helene To.1.' Hell Bound iMcHalc's Na'-y Tpkp JO Edge ol Hiqhl [-amily Court Summer [t) CFCN-TV Lothbridge Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT Lutv Slto-.V News NHL Monties Al York Edriic'i Falh-r Cade'-. Counly Persuaders Nev.s Tucsdoy, April 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD 7 Davicj Fr of Real llr? Clock Movie: WscViies) Ship lrt The I Llqhls V.'hfll's Ihe Ccwd ncaij c yVnytfifng YOJ Can Da JLC3 A.'M ElJCkShnl fC) KRTV Grcor Falls Chonnel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) 7UESDAY HIGHT Ttd.iy In Arnlner WorJd T rTrl qrlcUHur Who. Vi'Jial, Wrier, 10 M II.00 Turns Nc-.s (O The Doctors (c) GuicM la Love (c) 4.CO My Three Sons (el i.jfl 5 NBC Nlqhlly Ht-f.t News tc) Carol Burrcll KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. IT) TUESDAY NIGHT Ncv-4 Gamu Nev.s fcl C.ipr. Kanqarco Mod Squad Dinari's Plaro (c) srorm Movie: S.lDJack LaLanne Ore Life to Llva In Sroad Dnyllgril 9.00 Audrey [c] Our Lives Wdby Galloping Gourirer Gtncrfl! HosplTjl >0.00 (c) Where INO Near) Is Thrrc en ,1 Walsh SfArfb for Spill Second (t) WEDNESDAY ll.ffl My Chilrlrrn A'Cfl t 35 Farm n Deal U) CRTC under pressun to nroduce Fi 'Full [Kin lion DOUGLAS OTTAWA CCIJ) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Coimnis- sion is under pressure to pro- duce soon a policy on FM radio broadcasting. The CI1C and private radio stations say that lalks leading to affiliation of private FM sla- lions to Hie CBC radio network depend prcally oti CH'l'C policy on KM (frequency modulation) radio programming. Hut il is understood thai a CRTC policy announcement on FM will not he coming out for some lime. "Don't hold your said one informed source here. The commission lias hccn working on FM policy [or some months but CHTC Chairman Pierre Juneau said in an inter- view last that he could nut siM a elate for an announcement. He saiil Hint the CRTC is u'orkinp on many other projects at tlie same lime. Paul Fockler, chairman of the advisory committee of CBC pri- vate affiliates, InM the commis- sion at Ottawa hearings last week that private stations arc work wa at plant. DARTMOUTH. N.S. (CP5- Sliift emplo3'ec.s operating process units at tlie Imperial 011 Ltd. refinery here will be- gin a three day work week in May. The men work three. 12 hour (lay shifts, followed by four days off, (lien change to tln'ce 12 hour night shifts, the company said. A similar pattern was adopted a year ago at. the Imperial Oil refinery In Win- nipeg. Employees voted In favor of the plan on an tl month Irinl hasis. The refinery employees about 350. Hearbetter with the hearing aid Zenith has ever made. IT your hearing loss is mild, the Z-70 maybe exactly what you've been looking for. If carry other Zenitfi models and styles to match almost any loss a hearing aid can help. Prices slartat And in the price of every Zenilh Hearing Airf, in- clude, at no additional cost 3 hearing tDSl, the skill and experience in selecting the aid that will be mosl benefi- cial to you, as v.'ell as the personal after-purchase ad- juslments of selling and) consultation so necessary to insure your satisfaction. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phono 328-4080 'most anxious to bear from Uic commission on (he proposed FJ[ emulations." He said the CDC's private af- :iliates are reluctant to make a Jccision about joining the corpo- ration's KM network until il ws tlie CRTC's thinking on FM broadcasting. VIEWS NOT KNOWN CDC President George Dnviil- son said tliat uncei'lninty about JNTC views could make il diffi- cult tr- reach precise affiliation agreements with private sla- .ions. The CBC is Irylng to negotiate affiliation agreements will] 18 English-language onilels and four French-language stations lo the- corporation's new Radio Radio FM network curry documentaries, music and drama programs. It would be part of the CBC's new radio service which still must he approved by the CRTC. The CHC lias one Frcncli-lan- Ki'apc KM station in Montreal ami English outlets in Toronto, Montreal. Ottawa. Winnipeg and Vancouver. Rut if lias no pri- vate FM affiliates. It is understood that private stations are reluctant lo reach final agreement with the CBC because Ihey want to know whal sort of programming they will he obliged to carry. Investment appeal issued PARIS (CP) Jean Mar- chand, federal minister of eco- nomic expansion, called on French businessmen Monday to invest more of (heir money in Canada. In a speech (o members of the France-Canada Chamber of Commerce, ilr. Marchand said Canada seeks new investment from all European countries hut especially I'Yancc because "of the cultural ties which link our countries.'1 The minister Is in France to launch a deparlmcntal mission which opened a two-week visit (o France Monday. Members of Mr. Marchand's department will meet with Paris business- men and financiers to inform them of federal assistance plans and the benefits of investing in Canada. The group will later visit Lyons hi Hie south of France and Relgium. In his speech. Mr. Marchand de-scribed federal aid programs available to Industrie's wishing to set up operations in Canada. autonomy opposed EDMONTON (CD Dantf i and Jasper residents would irobably oppose full autonomy Tor ItiL'ir In-wnsilcs, says chair- man Wally Dowhaniuk of Ihe Advisory Council. "I don't think I can see lull i aulwiDiny uc (the parks and the towns) are married Lo each other." He tic was fthid I IIP. pro vindnl KwerruneiU is taking Llie initiative in lhe towns' quest for autonomy, but ox- peels residents lo oppose LJie recommendation of a repnrt tabled in the Alberta Icgisla- :ure thai the towns lit: removed from Hie pavk.s. "I think it will end up bo wo stay in (he park, bul tin necvl poutT .sti can niiikc decisions on our problems miles is leu far lo for a decision. "People wonder if et.nil'l pay for our snow venioval. and older residenls ry HUuul liie federal mcnl trading iov, n lands to vc- ceive other lerrilory if full is granted, be said a degree of autonomy is nuccssai'v if problems are to be solved without delay. Tile towns now arc admini- stered from Ottawa. IIo said in an iulen'iew "practically hundreds oi re- ports'' on townsitc planning have been tabled while hllle has been done Lo solve housing problems. ''I lousing lias neuM1 hem more critical than n is ihis tprinp Slain Canadian buried at sou RAMSGATE, England (Reu- tcr) John Law, 25-year-old Canadian-horn radar technician slain by leftist guerrillas in Tur- key U days ago, lias been bur- ied at sea off the south coast of England. Law, a bachelor, was a mem- ber of the local sailing club. His Union Jack-covered coffin was taken lo sea from. Hams- gale in a smal boat over the weekend. Law, born In Quebec City, was kidnapped along two British technicians. All were found dead with their hands bound after Turkish military forces stormed the house where (he kidnappers were holding them hostage. Another gangland slayiii< NEW YORK (AP) A Brook- lyn restaurant owner, who po- lice said had underworld ties, was shot and killed early Mon- It was the fifth gangland- style slaying in the city in two weeks. Police said Genaro Ciprio. 31, had left his restaurant about a.m. and walking to his car when he was shot sev- eral times. Deleclii'e.1: found SI.300 in his wallet and a ibrc pistol which had not been lired. Monday's death followed the Friday slaying of Brooklyn mobster Joey Gallo, shot three times while celebrating his 43rd birthday in a restaurant in Man- hattan's Little Italy. Ciprio was reputed to have had close lies with the. Colombo underworld faction, rivals to (he Gallo mob. Pregnant mother ordered lo move BELFAST A young pregnant mother, beaten and splashed with red paint anri feathers by Irish Tlepublican Army militants, was ordered Monday to move within 48 hours or "you and your children will be bot." Philomena McGuckin said (lie warning came from the IRA, who beat lior Sunday night, Icavinr; her with a broken shoul- der, a fractured arm and severe bruises. "I have no Jtrs. McGuckin lold reporters. "They will shool me if I do not move- and they will shoot my tlrrec children, loo." Mrs McGuckin, accused by Ibo underground HIA of taking drugs and giving drugs lo chil- dren, is five months pregnant. The 2-1 year-old, has onK one kidney, said she has been Inking drugs under medical pre- scriplion lo help steady her nerves because her Imsbanri is in prison and she Is dependent on welfare. She denied fiviup drugs to her IhrcR children or any olhcr youngsters and said the IRA gave her no warning before Sunday night's attack. The IRA defended (he attack on the young mother and I claimed she had been warned ahoul drug offences. A beautiful blondo Been chatting with Prince Charles at a polo mutch has set tongues u.iggitig iii London about, a royal romance. She was identified o.s Gcor- tfina Russell, 2u, daughter of Sir John Hussell, Britain's am- a government Lo tukc lliia Uc was responding (o u ques- lion on whether a Progress) 1 Conservative o v e r o m e n t would Lako a different stand on supporting (he Games. I An autopsy on broadcaster i Al tfulisku has shown that Jii.s death in Toronto caused by a heart fjiuick. (Joliska, 'in, became one (if Toronto's best disc 'jockeys starling In the lato 1950s, working stations. 'CHUM and CKEV and later going to CL'CI'1 in Montreai. A few years ago ho relumed to ToronLo and ran a syndi- cated joke service for disc jockeys all over (he world ami in addition he did a rcLUlar TV spot on the CHC'.i Kkuud I'Hover show and a radio shrm CKfr'M. Senator is CMI- vinced there be no federal elelion in June. rnirs'cu CIIAIU.KS In a roioasc, the rojal rttmniice Liberal said Pruno Minister Trudonu s r c c c ti I hassador lo Spnin. She works for a fashion magazine. Miss Russell drove away from the polo match at Wind- sor the 23 year old heir lo the throne in his sports People who saw them at Ihe match say the girl strikingly statement discounting a Junft election can be taken .it value. Senator Argue placed his on a loll election with wage and price controls as the main issue. He said the government still resembles the blonde who ear- has a number of programs it wishes lo announce and devel- op, including foreign Aclrcss Hell dies LOS ANGELKS (AT I Dotty Blythe, 78. aveleran of 116 movies including the silenl clas- sic The Queen of. Sheha, has died after a long illness. Miss Blytbe, who earned SI million a year in Ihe 1020s al the peak of her career, created stir when she appeared as Sheha wearing nothing hut of pearls. Korn Elizabelh Slaughter in Los Angeles, she died at the YOUR PHILIPS DEALER SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV AND TV 302 13th ST N SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LAST KIM" In Mclrocolor. StarrinE Gcorfie C. Scott and Tony Mnsanle. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11 ami 12. Tuesday show al p.m. Adult not suitable for cliildren. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "Kf.llTE" fn Technicolor. Starring Jane Fonda nnd Don.'Jd Sulhcrland. Tuesday and Wednesday. April 11 and 12. Tiicsdny show at p.m. Restricted Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "CAHHY AGAIN DOCTOR" In color Starring Sidney .lames. Kcnnclh Williams and Joan Sims, plvis "The Carry On (ianfi.'' Tuesday. April It, shows at and p.m. Adult. DIES i VKHSAILLES, France (AP) Jean-Clanrfc ftoussel, 50, a French industrialist, died Sun- day in the crash of a private helicopter he was piloting, flouscl was president of the Roilscl-Uclaf Laboratories, a family-owned chemical firm i vrilh suhsidiarics in the United Slates, Canada, Britain, Peru, Brazil, Japan, Iran, Australia ;ind New Zealand, Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Dirty Harry'' Last Shorc PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 9.-.TO "Made For Each Other" Uist Complete Show COLLEGE "TI" firoatcst Storv Told'1 Last Complete Show 5.20 DETTY HLYTILF, Motion Picture Country House and Hospital here. Tttc stock market crash of 192il wiped out the finances she had acquired through films and land transactions earlier in ttie decade. Miss Blythe appeared oppos- ite such actors as Al Jolson, Kaniori jVavniro. f.on Cttaney, Busier C'rabhc and CJcoiGc Ar- liss. Her lalcr films include Dis- j ;-aali. The Dead Knd Tlic Women, the Helen Morgan Slory nnd Women Bellini! Bars. lier boarded a (rain with him in Aberdeen, Sect land. The prince had been visiting the j ship, (he Competition Act and Royal Family's Scottish hyli- further employ men L prospeeK day rclrcaL al Balmoral. "And for it may worth I Uiink there is n possibility that wage ami prko control will be seized, by tiia govcrjunent a.s Die ciecuou issue for the Opposition leader H o b r r t saitl in Kingston, OnL. .'he agrees with Prime Minister Trudcau's refusal to provide direct grants Jor Ihi? Olympic Games in Montreal. Mr. SLanfield lold a conference: "Mr. Trudeau has said there will be no funds available for the Olympics al- though there might be funds for some programs I think the people of the country would Smoke warnings on I heir way ST. CATHARINES, Out. (OP) Canadians can expect health-hazard warnings on ciga- rolle packages by the end of the summer, federal Health Minis- ter John Munro said here. Speaking at Brock University Air. Munro said manu- facturers have volunteered to place warnings on their prod- ucts. Tlie companies established a self-imposed deadline when all cigarette packages would carry a health caution, he said. "I believe it's three or (our mouths he snid. NFU slill fears fanner threat EDMONTON (CP) A _Va- Uonal Farmers' Union spokes- man said today n statement by Hugh Homer, Alberta agricul- ture minister, (hat Will be discouraged from ac- tual farm production failed lo alleviate fears often expressed by the NFU. Rill Dascavisli. a spokesman (or Region Seven, said in a prepared statement these rears includo tho threat of vertical integration, the corporate lake- over of family farms, Iho de- mise of rural communities and Ihe ultimate rationalization cil production, and monopoly of fowl prices. Corporations need noL be In- volved in actual production of farm lie .swid. They could maintain control through contractual or financ- ing nrrangomenls with existing producers. Tonife and Wed. at and p.m. Clint Eastwood Dirty Harty RESTRICTED ADULT RESTRICTED ADULT Made For ________ Each Other Tonight and Wed. CCLORbvDLLUV at and p.m Family Entertainment COLLEGE Tonite and Wed. nt nnd p.m. GEORGE STEVENS frrtxtan THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD ncmncoLM mro wmsis EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT The CfassicFilm of The life and Passion of Jesus Christ ;