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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta !TV MONDAY VARIETY: "Btk f.m., Ck- A Hopeful special with guests Ann-Margret, Phyllis Diller, Willy Cox and Buddy Greco. MOVIE: "Where tke Ballets A. satirical adventure film about a secret agent who is assigned to prevent Russian spies from stealinf an alloy. Stars Tom Adams and Dawn Addams. SPECIAL: "Bag S Ck. Guests include Dean Martin, Flip Wilson1 and BroaVtway comedienne Berna- dette Peters, COMEDY. "Card Ck. Carol and guest Nanette Fabray play movie censors captivated by lurid subject matter. With Michele Lee. PVBAFFA1RS: "Mai Mat." Ck T: The Old- est Argument, postponed from an earlier date, sets feminist Mary Van Stalk against Dr. Louis FeUhammer. TALK: Ck. One guest adtBdnied for tonight is Lauren BacaU, star of yet another Broadway hU. INTERVIEW: "Jerry Ch. IS: Pierre Berton talks with the Yippie leader, one of the Chicago Death Blow Seen To Cable Syste Obstruction Drama Department Offers oy, April 1J, THI UTHMIDGI HEWLD 5 LOTS OF SHORE Cape Cod, Mass., has about VdJJV wa, ue 400 miles of shoreline. TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion's ruling affecting cable tel- evision operators would "deal a death blow to cable systercs close to the several cable system operators say. Don Campbell, vice-president of Maclean-Hunter cable televi- sion, said "Us disaster for the cable companies" if the CRTC doesn't significantly change the ruling Friday which calls for a cable blackout of Conviction Overturned Canada-Wide Audition TUESDAY MOVIE: 1 Ck. T. A young man seeks refuge in a chateau filled with a family of knots. With Monica VittI MOVIE: 1 Ck. U: An Klvbt Presley saga in which only the been changed to protect his bank account With Ursula Andress. Pope Paul Defends V Celibacy CJOC on the Hour Wthr.) Sports on the Hilf Hour .MONDAY NICHT Say.Thai Galloping Geurmet Probe fm Weather NeWS _. cVrm TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News 7.00 News, Farm Show Sports. Weather, Markers News, Grain Prkes News wthr.. Sports Jack Thys News, Weather Country Music 13 World H Paul Tivldar Market Report News Paul Ttyaifer Rob Ingram CBC News Distinguished Arti.h Funny You Should News Pm 1220 CHEC NEWS ON THE HOUR WEATHER ON THE HALF HOUR MONDAY NISflT H. B. Camaby Farm News, Stocks '_ TUESDAY MM Report Dinner Showcase Back to the BIHe The' Voice China Way I It 11 Bulletin bl the Land News, Wthr., Sporli Cattle Pilctl World row Music for Late Niters TM Album Gamt CHIC FM MS I'lOO News' TocW The Way I It 'Jesn Pajley Slock Mkt Report Comments Woman's WorM. caravan Jean Pauley News Comment! Weather VATICAN CITY (AP) -Pope Paul termed shocking here rases in which Roman Catholic priests have openly resigned their ministries to marry. He defended celibacy for priests as! a tradition and heri- tage that most-be respected in the church. The 72-year-old pontiff tosd members' of the .Italian Episcopal Conference.to ''hum- bly review bur ways' of exercis- ing authority." The address closed a week long conference which survey" among Italian priests showing a strong minor ity favored a free choice on celi- bacy. "The life of the priest re- quires many other the Pope said. "You know them. It is a kind of We onto itself." Defending celibacyi the Pope said, "It does not prevent you from knowing culture and life. It avoids many, useless or harmful experiences for your ninistry." But he warned against "for- tunately very rare .but shocking cases" of-priests'who quit the church to marry or for other reasons. tup-raled American programs before they are thorn OB the two Canadian networks. "I don't think people will spend money for cable if they get inferior he said. Mr. Campbell is responsible for 17 cable television systems in various parts of Canada. Brian Coyne, president of Metro Cable TV Ltd., said the new regulations will mean higher costs and- fewer sub- scribers for cable television companies. Mr. Coyne, whose company pipes cable television into 39.0M homes in the Toronto area, said subscribers would have to de- cide whether lo slay on for a month or invest in powerful television antenrias." Ray Williams, general mana- ger of York Cablevision Ltd.: said higher rates for sub- scribers could result from the ;RTC ruling. E. R. Jamain of London, Out, Jarmain Cable Systems Ltd. which oper- ates cable eorcpanies in London, Srantford, Chatham and Os- awa, said the CRTC regula- ioos will destroy the cable cora- lenies viability as a business nterprise.- CALGARY (CP) Arguing with police 'to operate in EDMONTON (CP) The University at AfcerU'i Hramm does not necessarily obstruction, appellate 'divi- sion of UK Supreme :ourt ruled ben. IB a 2-1 vote, the court nrwd the magistrate's eonvic- tjon of Jota Graham Htatoth, 21, aud David Robert Htgpe, 22, both of Calgary. They were charged with, ob- structing justice after they ar- gued witt polioe and refused to move a car after an accident following a football fame Nov. Justice Horace Jofanra said to consider arguing with a police officer nbdroctM it "carrying the 'aw a little too tar to absurd proportions." "If that is then everybody must keep 'their mouths shut Wednesday ami ced a Canada-wide auditiat tour to select first-year students to the bachelor of fine arts, act- jag and design programs. .Auditions'will be held in all major population centres from Stay H to June said Gordon Peacock, chairman of the drama department, in a news release. Prospective students must be accepted by the audition team as well as meet the university's requirements to the faculty of arts. Alberta drama depart- Canada's largest, has The ment, 30 full-time faculty and was the first in Canada to otter- profes- sional drama dejjrees. Mr. Peacock said 23 students out of 150 applicants, were chos- en last year. "This year the number of appfcalions may well double.' ON SA1E AT IAIGAIN HIKES! 200 EUtOKAN CHUG IN AL OIL PAINTINGS Men., April 13th 40 lo 10.00 p.m. PARK PIAZA MOTOft HOTEL RADIO 1010 CALGARY MONDAY NIW4T Tampo Work! Supplement Guest Appearance Calgary' But 1.03 As It Happrm Nafltnal News NPgtlH Theatre 11 -M Distinguished Artists Songa from the Classics Music Pnt MMnlgtit TUESDAY Eye Opener WorM Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon- Elements t-He Alter Moon Stocks Schools Broadcast Matinee _______ Personality 1 :lft Galloping Gourmet Afremon concert Actuality Nathan Cohen Canadian Roundup BBC News Tempo Today's APITOL THEATKE- Fearless Madigan's Last complete 10JOS Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Acne of a Thousand Days: last complete COLLEGE.MALL CINEMA Botch Cassidy and the Sun- dance Short Last'complete GREEN ACRES To Sir Wth Guess Who's Coining to One complete when police are investicatiBg. "We have rights vis-a-vis the police just as they have." APPOINT MBS. KING BOSTON (AP) Coretta King, widow of Dr! Martin Lu- ther King Jr., has accepted pointment to Boston University's newly-formed board of fellows, an advisory group. The couple met when King, was studying philosophy at the university and she was a student at New Eng- and Conservatory of Music in the 1950s. Nelson Riddle Weds Secretary BEVERLY HILLS, CaM. (AP) Compoaer-orchestra leader Nelson Riddle, and his Naomi Te- nenblltz, 40, were married here Saturday. They planned to go to Vancouver for a vacation before a honeymoon in Lon- TONIGHT and TUESDAY don, where Riddle also will make, recordings. DIETRICH DENTURE .CLINIC SUIT! 5HVST. S. MMM hV-ock, TWOBfMHKESTBWOmCE c- Stanley Kramer Spa. Kite Catholic Central Presents 'THE MERRY WIDOW OPERETTA' Yates Memorial Centre Sun., April 19th Students' Night 8 p.m. April 21, 22 at p.m. April 23rd at p.m. TICKETS 2.00 EACH On Sol. at W, 317-M7J, or Cathode Cwtral, guess who's coming to dinner fiial-tf.xn Katharine HougMon ADULT _ SIDNEY POITIER TO SIR, WITH LOVE" GATES OPEN SHOW STARTS OLLEGE I MEM A COLLEGE MALI 378-6300 NOW I SHOWING WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS 16-INCH PHILCO PORTABLE TV PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE April 15 April 20th ihdos'rve p.m. 4-00- p.m. p.m. Dvst-Freof picture Imlaiit.llnponM MonopoU Antmna Rnt> Tuning CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNHIWE APPLIANCES Cor. 4Hi An.-5th M. S rttono Ht-2321 RltTZ SICK POOl April 15lh NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday, April 17th NOON HOUR SWIM............ p.m.. Public Swimming............... p.m. Salurday, April 18lh Public Swimming................ p.m. Sunday, April 1 9t'h .Public Swimming p.m. Family Swim'mins P'm- Monday, April 20rh NOON HOUR SWIM I''00" 1 P m. ULH-TV Channel 7 (CaMtvWen'Ch. 6) MONDAY News Three Stooges Our Town Our Town leteprobe t TUESDAY Cartoom Happy Feeling Pinnoclite and Or. HlllUllles Lefs Go to the News Movie: Ntfly Bob HOT Sp. (c) Cartoons Naughty Chateau 1-30 Frunl ?abe Mr. Dressve Take 30 ChallenoelO Ed Allen Edoe of Nioht Name ot tie Came Canadian Schools l-.n Canoeing Gourmet Man Alive (c) Friendly Glert (c) Swingaround News M Chei Hefene H. R. Pulnstutt t Teleprobe 7 Our Town Three Stooges CKN Ch. 13 (CabkvHion Ch. 4) MONDAY The Saint lei Peyton Place Lucy Today Magistrate's Court itSVi'iSS fe> Here's Lucy 7.05 T'hougnl for Day 1M Ifmit: H Takes a c News Fun In Aopuico carol Burnett University of Ah- Peoprt In Cwllicl Pig 'M iVMtlkj Uncle Sobby It] Romper Roon-. BewnchM Mews ailha Wynne's Plrlom Francah Fltntstones 1C) 11 Pierre Berton Today Lucy Show (t) KITV Gratrt forfi Ch. MONDAY HieMT Salute As the World Turru Hunlley-Brinklev Today Snow (el Days ol Our Lives Today h vcn'ana Here's Lucy Id Sale ot the 1 The Doctor! (0 Bob Hope Sp. c _ _ Century Ic) Blng Crosby Sp. (c) SoAjares Id Rowan dnd Martin Jeopardy 'c) MM News c Tonight Show c TUESDAY Who, What, Where 10: ii News V.OO AROIher WorM (c) Edoe of N'-ihl (c) Gomer Pyte (c) Mike Doug'm Andy Grmm f.M Cronklte M LvcllK'Bathic) Hunfley, Oeirarol Office YATES CENTRE Wed., April 15-8.30 trt SUNDANCE K ADULT 2 SHOWS MON.-TUES, AND WED. AT P.M. COLOR BY DELUXE ADDED Colored Fcoturette EXTRA Cartoon 'tf Novelty TODAY THRU WED. ACAOEMT AWARD NOMINEES-DUSTIN HOFFMAN AND JON VOIGHT IN -ENTIRELY DIFFERENT ROLES THE MOST INCREDIBLE NEW COMEDIES 'EVER PARAMOUNT SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Tfwatre "DEATH OF A GUNF1GHTER" in technicolor, starring Richard Widmark, Lena John Saxon. Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 13, 14 and 15. Mon- day shows at p.m. Adult Not suitable (or children. MUK RIVER Sunland Theatre "DEATH OT A GITNFIGHTZR" to technicolor, starring .'Rk-hard Widmark, Lena Home and John Saxon. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. P1NCHER CREEK -Fox "CHE" hi color, starring Omar Sharif and Paiance, and Tuesday, April 13 and 14. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "ANYONE CAN PLAY" m cotoC, starring Virna Lisi and Ursula Andrew. Monday.and Tuesday, April 14. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. OH Men Ovl Hie Nmfly TONIGHT AND TUB. 1 SHOWS AT AND P.M. is I couW have sworn the screen was smoking." From classk female conqpt RESTRICTED ADULT MARIE L1LJEDAHL NEXT ATTRACTION 11 Dazzling! A vivid experience, thrilling! A clitfhartger in Family Entertainment NOW SHOWING At p.m color MASH color wrth Elliot Covld ;