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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 27, 1974 slatv after pardon sough t Plan change is Criminal Records Act OTTAWA (CP) Should a man who has committed a crime and then received a pardon have to say he has a criminal record'.' Members of the Commons justice committee asked that question and then answered with a firm "No" when dis- cussing the Criminal Records Act with Solicitor-General Warren Allmand Thursday. But they added that that is what is happening. Mr. Allmand said he hopes that forthcoming amendments to the act will deal with the question. i The four-year-old Criminal Records Act allows convicted persons to apply after a certain time to have their criminal record slate wiped clean. Under the act. the parole board can grant a person a pardon. In that case the person's record is withdrawn from police files and sealed. The seal can only be broken on the authority of the solicitor- general on application from police. In effect, the act means that a person who committed a relatively minor crime as a youth will not have a criminal record to haunt him for the rest of his life. But Mr. Allmand said there still are court records of con- viction and Mark Macguigan (L Windsor Reg Stackhouse (PC-Toronto Scarborough East) and John Gilbert (NDP Broadview) questioned whether a man escapes his criminal record. Mr. Gilbert said young men with minor for marijuana refused entry to the U.S. Mr. Stacklmus'e asked about the practice of public service hiring and Mr. Macguigan mentioned provincial practices. Mr. Allmand said that in the federal public service prospective employees are asked if they have a criminal record "for which they have not been pardoned." Mr. Macguigan said in the provinces people are asked only if they have a criminal record, with no reference to pardons. Mr. Allmand gave no in- dication of what his proposed amendments will contain. SAMK AS CARS Northern Canadians treat airports and airplanes much the same way as southern Canadians treat parking lots and automobiles. Open Sunday, April p.m. 2303 5th Avenue North Lethbridge, Alberta See th's very well kept home and the yard is all for your garden. Mortgage interest rale Payments of S101.00 P.I.T. B.B.C. 556-Z4 Your Host: DANNY NAULT 329-4637 Seeini p.m 4637. 1143 Glacier Drive Lethbridge, Alberta 3 is believing so visit us between .B.C. 470-Z3. Your Host: PETER 329- 1401 9th A venue North Lethbridge, Alberta Two bedroom home in an excellent location. Has a garage and some development in base- ment. B.B.C. 562. Your Host: NOY BARNABY 327-66B3. 1504 St. Basil Road New three bedroom home, 1070 sq. ft., split entry. Try S4.000 down. Clear title. B.B.C. 432- 25. Les Martin 328-2464 1507 St. Basil Road New three bedroom home, 1077 sq. ft., split level. Clear title. Try S4.000 down. B.B.C. 488-Z5.Phone Les Martin 328-2464 Two bedroom home on good lot. Two bedrooms and rumpus room in full basement. B.B.C. 474-Z4. Marlene Paul 328-1459 Well Treed Well kept two bedroom bungalow with developed basement. B.B.C. 556-Z4. Marlene Paul 328-1459 South Side Three bedrooms, ideal lo- cation. Only 8 years old. Includes drapes, washer, dryer, fridge and stove. New carpeting through- out. B.B.C. 541-22. Phone Stu 327-4142 Look This Over Pool room business in Blairmore. New tables. Going concern. No op- position. Owner has other interests. All re- cords available to ser- ious buyers. B.B.C. 512- 26. Phone Stu 327-4142 Best View In Immaculate three bed- room home, Vi bath off master bedroom, large kitchen-dining area, de- veloped basement with rumpus room. Full bath- room, extra bedroom, B.B.C. 538-Z5. Peter 329-3245 BLOCK BROS. Top Salesmen lor the Month ol March. 1974. BLOCK BROS. MARLEN6 PAUL 328-1459 BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 LES MARTIN 328-2464 EINAR STOKKE 328-4352 PETER PRESLAND 329-3245 STU SHOHTT 327-4142 JOHN EISENBARTH 327-3440 ART JOHNSON 327-2737 HomeN.R.S. Catalogue Canada Wide Service Complete Financing N.R.S.-M.L.S. Interest Free Loans Realtor Phone 328-2356 Open 9 to 9 Guaranteed home trade Mantgir Asst, Manager BLOCK FRANK TINORDI SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" 1240 3rd Ave. S. 328-2356 TIM GRISAK 292 acres Suitable for sub-division into small holdings. Full price B.B.C. 513 Z6. For more informa- tion call Peter 329-3245 Government Assistance Three bedroom semi de- tatched with full base- ment, less than one year old. Includes fridge and stove, living room rug and drapes. B.B.C. 533-Z4. Jim Reay 327-0035 Raymond Very nice older two bedroom home situated on large 132'x100' lot. Priced at only B.B.C. 553-Z6. Jim Reay 327-0035 Down Should qualify for this neat two bedroom bungalow in Raymond, a twenty minute drive from Leth- bridge. Sitting on a 132x 100 ft. lot. B.B.C. 553-Z6. Bill Lazaruk 328-7402 Nearly New Thee bedroom house for only Full base- ment partly developed. Real nice home. B.B.C. 530-Z5. Call Art Johnson 327-2737 Mobile Home Double wide three bed- room mobile home only years old. Well kept includes sundeck and tool shed. MLS R167-Z5. Call Art Johnson 327-2737 Just About Completed This very nice two bed- room home on the South side will be ready for you to move into in approxi- mately 30 days. B.B.C. 6152. Call Danny Nault 329-4637 Up To Date Three bedrooms, 964 sq. ft. Has work shop in base- ment. Yard completely landscaped. B.B.C. 6152. Call Danny Nault 329-4637 WE TRADE HOMES BLOCK BROS. TV highlights SATURDAY DAYLIGHT SAVING NOTE: Saturday listings on U.S. stations will bo programmed on Daylight Savings Time. Viewers should subtract an hour to compensate. Hollywood movie extra receives low wages LOS ANGELES (AP) The movie extra has always been on the low rung of the Hollywood ladder, bawled at by directors, herded by assistant directors and paid wages scarcely above subsistence. "But I like the says Marcello Clay. 28, a handsome, six-footer who served in Vietnam and earns his principal living as an extra. "By working an average of six months a year, I can make between and Clay is Negro and he repre- sents the new breed of minority group extras who can earn good livings despite the general decline of Hollywood production. O'Neil Shanks, executive secretary of the Screen Extras Guild, said the Guild has campaigned since 1947 for more non-white representation in extra calls. Results have been showing in the last two or three years. The Guild numbers 3.000 members, but only 1.395 are listed with Central Casting as available for work from day to day. The number of minority group extras: Negro 123; Mexican 49; Oriental 38; American Indian 13; Polynesian 9. Basic pay for extras is a day. Dress who supply their own tuxedos and a wardrobe al- lowance. Swimmers, skaters, horse riders and drivers, ath- letes, singers, cyclists and others with "special abilities" earn Extras prize the meaning an important piece of pantomime in close range of the camera. That brings a day. Extrs get into the business by being interviewed and registered at one of the four recognized extra-player casting agencies. They must first have a job offer, then they can join the Guild within 30 days. There is little demand for new extras, except in the younger categories, where there is a turnover. CD Dick Van Dvke (B Brady Bunch (B Wide World ol Beachcombers Q I" Bl O Hups World of Disney O Lnwrencc1 CB Sonny and Cher CD American Waltons The (D Movie: (B War Q Movie: Live a Mystery Movie Love a (B Mvsfcrv Movie Q Barnaby Dick Van Dyke QD Partridge O National Dream OD Oil O Wild Science Sp. tB Kinfjo O Market Place (D Deliver I's From News (B CD .limmv Dean Show O 10 O Present Tense Manchurian Cha.se 7 Police CD Good Ole Nashville (B Star Los (D Owen 1 00 (B News O Kicinl Page News 8 O O Nations Business (D News (B O P.M. News 15 (D Dean CB Oil tteport O Men of the :HO (B In Conservation O Outdoor Living O Carol News 10: IS CD Insight 1 O Odd O Travelurc OD Hock O Movie: O Merv Griffin Q 11.21) (B 11.30 09 Know Your O Music Morning 12-00 IB (B Thought for the Day O CB University of the Air Q Understanding Our Sunday O Bailey's Comets O Amazing Chan CD Christopher Closeup O Bailey's Comets CD This is the Life O Amazing Chan O Reach Out CD Dwayne Friend CB Thought for the Day CB University of the Air O Niven Miller O Day of Discovery CD Gospel Hour O Oral Roberts CB Day of Discovery O Katlwrn Kuhlman CB To You With Love O Outdoor Living CD Make a Wish O Face the State O Faith for Today CB 4-H Club Time" CD Kid Power O Face the Nation O Cross Roads CB N F.B CD Osmonds O Meet the Press CB On the Line O Nancy Miller CD II.R Puf-n-stuf O Sports Kpnrlacular 11 30 O Reach lor Ihe Top CB Rural Report CD Issues and Answers 12 CB Rex Humhard CD Agriculture USA ONIII. O NBA Basketball CD American Sportsman CD Howard Cosell CB Rev. Solbrckken CD World Tennis CB Travel '74 CB Pentecost Presents CD Golf Tourney O Sports Week O Mel ween Ihe Anvil and Hammer CB llorst Koehler O Kye on Sports CB Window on Britain O District 7 O Energy 4 00 Oil' Your World O Sixly Minutes CB Garner Ted Armstrong CD yueslion Period CD News O Country Canada 5-00 B Music In Sec CD Uniamed World O Magician CD W'ild Kingdom 5-30 CB Kverylhing (Joes CD Bobby Goldsboro O Irish Rovers i; (III O Disney O Flip Wilson CD Bob Nrwh.'ii'l World Q Pinnockio CB Yoga O Salute to Agriculture CD Farm Nexvs O Today show CD Captain Kangaroo CB Canada AM O Wizard of Oz O Farm and City Today O Gambit O Secrets of the Kitchen CD News O Uncle Bobby O Today in Montana O Gambit (B Romper Room B Ed Allen 9.00 CD Audrey (B This Week B Polka Dot Door O Now You See It Parlons Franeais CD Jack Lalanne CB Access O Hollywood Squares B Mon Giant O Jackpot CB Lifestyle B Alberta Schools CB Pay Cards CD Search for Tomorrow B Mr. Dress Up O Celebrity Sweepstakes O news O Jeopardy CB Fred Davis Show B Sesame Street CD All My Children CB Galloping Gourmet O As the World Turns CD Lei's Make a Deal Monday Afternoon CB Buckshot CD Newlywed Game B Pink'Pnnlher Q Days of Our Lives CB Real the Clock O The Doctors B Truth of Consequences CD News CB Movie: Once Upon a Dead Man CD General Hospital O Another World B Let's Make a Deal O Match Game B Gcncr.il Hospital CD One Life to Live 2.00 CD Love American Style B Our Town O TaUlelalos 2 30 Q Mike Douglas CD Dinah's Place B Take Thirty CD Three on a Match 3 30 CB What's the (iood Word (D Girl in My Life O F'dgc ol Night CB Anything You Can Do CD Split Second O Jokers Wild B Family Court a A Way Oul CB Gunsmoke O News CD Brady Bunch SPOUTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Eleven countries have their national champions competing in the Canada Cup International Diving Championships from Winnipeg. MOVIE DRAMA: The Manchurian Candidate, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. The late Laurence Harvey portrays a Korean War veteran who returns home brainwashed and conditioned to kill. DRAMA: WhiteoaUs of Jalna, p.m., Ch. 7. Paul Harding and Kate Reid star in this story of financial crisis as old Renny needs a small fortune to keep Jalna in the family. MOVIE DRAMA: Limbo, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Kate Jackson and Katherine Justice star in this story about three women adjusting to the uncertain fates of their husbands who are in Vietnam. MOVIE DRAMA: Bullitt, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Steve McQueen portrays a San Francisco detective investigating a complex murder case. MOVIE DRAMA: Vanished, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Many well- known actors star in this Fletcher Knebc! best-seller about the disappearance of a top Presidential adviser. SUNDAY SPORTS: NHL Play-off, 1Z noon, Ch. 7. The Philadelphia Fliers are hosted by the New York Rangers in another semi- final game in the play-off series. SPORTS SPECIAL: Tournament of Champions, p.m., Ch. 11. The 22nd Tournament of Champions is in final-action. MOVIE: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. "Run, Appaloosa. Run" stars Adele Palacious in this adventure drama about a girl of the Nez PerCe Indian tribe and her prize Appaloosa colt. DOCUMENTARY: National Dream, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Donald Smith at Craigellachie drives in "The Last Spike" and John A. Macdonald sees his national dream become a reality Canada united by rail from sea to sea. MOVIE DRAMA: The Magician, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Max von Sydow and Ingrid Thulin star in this story on the accounts of the strange events surrounding the detention of a 19th-century magician. MONDAY INTERVIEW: Fred Davis, 11 a.m., Ch. 13. Now the host of "Canada Percy Saltzman has some amusing things to say about Canada. MYSTERY MOVIE: Once upon a Dead Man, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James star in this pilot film for "McMillan and Wife." Investigated are theft and murder on a charity auction. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televisor) Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC 1090 Saturday ti.OO Uurylc Clark .John Oliver News. Sports. li-00 Paul Tessicr 12 00 Hoy Rennick SUNDAY 7.00 Leo Dow (Music Saturday Night Sports News Show Case Sunday News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Program Family Favorites News" Christian Science Brown News Sports. Wthr. Sports Scores Ue Hemember) Indian News Media Sports News. Weather Sports Ind. Baptist Church Gospel Hour 7 30 Back to God Hour CJOC 1220 Sunday Magazine 12-30 .News' Cross Country Checkup Hock On Kntcrlabers Capital Report Hour of Decision 10-30 Sunshin Evangel MONDAY 7 50 News. Wttir Sport Phone Bill Show Gord While-head Show 12-00 Hour of information News. Wthr. Sport News and Grain Prices Sports 5.40 Market Report Local News World at Six if CHEC-FM 100.9 Saturday Sunday ti (10 a.m a.m. Concerts. Overtures and Encores Dun Mat-Master 10.00 p.m. Del King p.m. Del King p.m. Cast Haus Hour p.m. Concerts. (German Program) Overtures and Encores 2-00-6-00 p.m. Del King Del King li Concerts. Concie's Carousel Overtures and Encores 'AH Night) MidniRlil Sign Off CBR 1010 Saturday Night Demand Side Symphony Hall C.B.C. Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music AJive Just .Jazz Sound of Sports Edmonton Symphony Orchestra CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra Gilmour's Album The Bush and the Salon Warner's Waxworks Sunday Sunday Morning Concert Sunday Morning Children's Story Time Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Time Signal Capital Report Enlcrtainmers Sherlock Holmes Quebec Now Cross Country Checkup Sherlock Holmes NHL Quebec Now 8.05 9-00 1.55 2-03 3-30 4.95 Monday Warm Up Eye Opener World at 8 Calgary Kye Opener World nt Nine Time Signal Radio Noon Stoekmarket Take Time Off the Record Max Ferguson B.B.C. News Home Run World at Six As It Happens Mix N' Match Special Family Size Crush Flavours Family Size and Deposit Orange Crush Crush Lemon Lime Strawberry Crush Grape Crush Crush Cream Soda And introducing Crush Grapefruit At All Participating Dealers ;