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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fl _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, February 5, 1971 Canadian Him IGHLIGHTS ranee iV.-livai uas as Ihr main [HIM of the Cinema of i'oiiiiTs uhidi each thi: film industry I.; iliifert'ii! country. lAim-urmilly. tin1 city nf Po- 'MITS chosen tlie uccxMun to hmhliiiiii iho many links iv tiif Pnitoii province to the Kronen-speaking of Canada, many of whom are de- scendants 01 f'oiU'T, in .seUlois. Tlui festival, conlinues 'o Thursday, will include the of some 25 full If.n-Uh Canadian feature films, most nf them in Ku- rope. .Mare Lavilie, the French del- to the festival, said trio presentation of full- length Canadian films in Kur- epe the Canadian cm- rma's impact has been mainly n a true rev- olution. ''In two or throe years time i ho Canadian cinema will j cupy i.he place on the world; scene lhat. was occupied pre-1 viously by the Poles rind the as one of the most imag- inative cinema indusUies In the j he said. Court rules j I flajj pants j illegal i BOSTON (API The Massa- j c 1) u s c t t s Supreme Court j yesterday uphold a conviction and six-month jail sentence for a man charged with contempt I of the United Stales ho-j cause he wore a small flag stitched to (lie seat of his pants. Valerie (iugucn, 21. was sen- tenced in April. 1971. The high court denied Goguen's conten- tion that wearing the flag on his pan's constituted "s y m h o 1 i c speech" and was protected un- der free speech provisions of the U.S. Conslilulion. SATURDAY SJ'OHT: I'm llm-key, 0 p.m., Cli. 7. The Philadelphia Flyers meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. MOVIK AnVKNTLHK: !l p.m., Cli. 7. An army officer is ordered to drive the Seminole Indians out of (he Everglades. MOVIK WKSTKKN: "Till! Ride to Hangman's Tree." 8 p.m., Cli. n. The adventures of three likeable bandits with the hankering but not Ite reform. Stars Jack Lord. MOVIE mt.AMA: "lii" Carnival." 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A cynical talc of a reporter who sees the story of a lifetime in a n.ine .MOVIK IJiiAMA: "Thi- FIH Story." a.m., Cli. 7. The bureau's history is chronicled for a 30-year period tlircugh the true-life activities of a fictional FBI man. SUNDAY sroilT: Pro Iloclcfy, 12 noon, Cli. 9. The Toronto Maple IjCafs meet the Rangers in New York. Sl'OKT: Winter Olympics, p.m., Cli. 7. Taped coverage of women's Nordic skims; speed skating; 70-meter ski jump and pairs figure skating. Wild Kingdom, Ml p.m., Ch. 13. Diving off the Bahamas for leopard rays, sawfish sharks. IVII.DLIFK: Aiiiliibini Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. Australian birds are studied with remarkable camera shots. IHKTMKNTAKY: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cli. 13. A study of New Guinea's tribal life and a visit to a tribe who had no contact with the outside world till MOVIK TIlIUI.l.KIl: "The House That Wouldn't p.m., Cli. IS. A 1070 chiller about a woman who in- herils ail old bouse that's said to be haimled. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m.. Cli. 7. The begin- nings of the Morgan saddle horse America's first distinc- tive breed. The struggle against poverty to develop the line's sire. CUIMK DRAMA: Mud Squad, p.m., Cli. IX Mad- ness and terror in the desert as the three stars are trapped and hold prisoner in a rat-infested mine. COMF.DY Flip Wilson Show, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Jim Nabors, Sandy Duncan and comic Slappy Wlu'te are guest stars. DOfUMKNTAKY: Che Guevara, p.m.. Cli. 13. The life and death of Che Guevara and the impact he's had on revolutionaries throughout the world. HISTORIC DRAMA: Whileoiiks of .Inlnn, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This is Part 3 of Mazo do la Roche's family wrga. CRIM1C DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m.. Cli. n. Jealousy and blackmail are featured in this story of a man charged with murdering his wife. MONDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The fantastic exploits of a masked Parisian super-crook. SCIENCE FICTION: "Agent For I p.m., Ch. 13. The tale of a creeping blob from outer space that transforms human flesh into fungus. Traffic deaths on upswing OTTAWA (CP) Traffic deaths climbed by an estimated four cent in the first nine months of 1971 and fatal acci- dents by an estimated 5.5 per cent, the Canada Safety Council said today. 'Traffic deaths were estimated at up from in the comparable period of 1970. The Stni and The Moon opens for three-week run at 'Peg week run Monday at the Mani- WINNIPEG (CP) The professional world premiere, of James Reaney's play, The Hun and The Moon, begins a three- A. A.M. AJW. A.M. A.M. Plus Weekly APPLIANCE SWEEPSTAKES 1st AND 5th WEEKS PANOSONIC COLOR TV 2nd AND 6th WEEKS GIBSON DISHWASHER 3rd AND 7th WEEKS SPEEDQUEEN DRYER 4th AND 8th WEEKS SPEEDQUEEN WASHER Plus The SEEKERS HAWAIIAN JUMBO CARDS AVASLABLE At The Sponsors: PHFP IlllbV For Complete Os! Currie's Foods Ltd. Brown's Meat Market New Farmers Market B E Hardware Taber Supermarket Parker of Taber Midwest Farm Supply Your Personality Floor Fashions Bakers Fabric Centre Aco Building Supplies Spic Span Dry Cleaners Boyds Pharmacy Westminister Drugs Revelstoke Building Materials Ltd. Supersonic 66 Golden Dolphin Bath Boutique Ski Scene Sports Taber Frozen Foods Martens IGA Martens Pro Hardware Eaton Company of Canada Ltd. Southern Alberta Co-op Stores Pincher Creek Co-op loba Theatre Centre. The play, first performed in 1865 by an amateur company. The Campus Players at Lon don, Ont., is set in a smal: fictitious southern Ontario town of the 1930s. j The hero, played by Englisl I actor David Dodimead, is a protcstant minister, Rev. Fran- cis Kingbird, who sires an Ule- gilimate child. After the cliild and the min- ister's two legitimate children have grown up, the town is visited by a Toronto woman named Charlotte Shade, who claims to be an evangelist. She is played by U.S. actress Olive Dcering. When the woman uncovers the minister's diary in which she learns of the illegitimate child, she falsely claims to be the mother. This set up a clash between the two and the whole community becomes involved. Reaney, who recently co-sign- ed a brief submitted to the Can- ada council urging that Eng- lish-language theatres in Can- ada be required to produce 50 per cent Canadian content, was critical of the plight of Cana- dian playwrights. The University of Western Ontario English professor, a four-time recipient of the gov- ernor-general's award for poe- try, said Friday, in an inter- view, the theatrical establish- ment has tended to ignore Ca- nadian plays, to (lie detriment of audiences and playwrights. The play is rccted by Keith Turnbull and also stars Mar- garet MacLeod, Brian McKay, Mary Hitch and Guy Banner- man. Fatal accidents rose to an esti- mated S.Zi? from Injuries were :n per cent higher at an cslimaU'd compared with ISiUlllli. Tolal ac- cidents were e s t i m a ted at compared with The council estimates were based on Statistics Canada re- ports. ANGLO'S Program! an lilted by radio arid ttlevUIon itatlorn. Any variation In to lait- mlnula changei by the rib; Iht reipon. ilblllty of the Herald or Anglo Stueo and Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY 6-00 Beryl ClarK John Charles 1 '00 Jack Hewfeld SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack Newfefd 7-00 Barry Hetjland Jim Shearer Chec-line SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls News Inside from the Ouiside News 8-15 Christian Science Voicn of Proohec Sunday Magazine Continental Holiday 10i05 Rob Irgrarn Daryl Ferguson Doug Andersen Remember Blackfool Indian SUNDAY News Pete 5noW Rob Ingram News Atlantic Symphony Cross Country Blackfoot Indian Check-Up Program NHL Hockey Solo The Entertainers Leo Dow Total Information MONDAY John Oliver Beryl Clark Hour of Decision juTiahine Evangel Ccnctrn MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, Wlhr, Sport Plione Bill Show Wayne Esrry PrnbC News, Wlhr, Sport News end Grain Prices Jack Thys J-05 Rob Ingram ProbB 1220 if CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half SATURDAY NIGHT Jack Newlcld 12 A-00 Beryl Clark SUNDAY John Charles Leo Dow Hour :00 Jack :00 Barry Hcgland CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal Jazz for the Record Capital Report Symphony Hall CBC Stage Distinguished Artists Anthology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Sunday Morning Sunday Magazine Jazz Canadlenfl 12 N.Y. Music Scene Cross Country Check-Up 6: Inside from the 8: Outside 9; Continental Holiday 9: RemembPr Whrn 12: Sunday and Friends 2: Sound of Sport 30 Sunday Thca Sunday Supplement Gil mow's Albums 6: :OQ News :03 Collage :10 Den Sims Show MONDAY :05 Eye Opener :00 World at 8 World at 9 :15 This Country :03 Radio Noon 0-1 Schools :30 Max Ferquson :03 Hnme Riln CO World at Six The World's Best MODEL TC-330 f fft CASSETTE STEREO TAPE RECORDER A great combination of open reel and cassette stereo lape recorder ihaf makes a perfect stereo control centre. It offers The convenient facility of duplicating from open reel lo cassette or cassette to open reel. Features include! separ- ate bass and treble control, public address facilities, handy bin for cassettes, 2 lid integrated high compliance 5" for superb sound. Complete wilh 2 F-25 micro- phonei, connecting cord and AC cord. SUGGESTED RETAIL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS WINNERS SHRINE and Pkotogiaphtc Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 Channel 7 (Cablevisicm Ch. 6) N15HT Future Shock Sunday Hour 1st Early Bonus NHL Wildlife 8-30 Country Tim. Unlimited (c) MONDAY December 31stf Movie: Sunday Hour Form dnd City Seminolt (c) Encounter TodJiy News New Majority and Romper Ruom Ben Johnston, Edmonton, Provincial Affaln News 9.30 Mr. Dress UD 11-20 Teleprobe 7 Audubon (c) Alberta Schools Winter Olympics Let's Make A Friendly Giant Steve Calgary, Movie: The FBI Deal (c) Ctiei Helene Story World of Disrey Sesame Street 600 The Rovers Miday-Our Town W. Kendrew, Calgary, Faiih for Today Jimmy Stewart Movie: Fantomai 300 Fireball XL-i Flip Wilson Take 30 11-00 Captain Scarlet Whiteonks of Jains Edcje of Nlnht Tom and Doris Safety Roundup Weekend (c) Family Court Victoria Struggle for a News Drop In Priie Nations Business 5 GO "J ruin or Reach for the Top Tcleprooe 7 quenres George Calgary, Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) R. J. Wiart, Castor, NIGHT Market Placr (c) Mouse ot Frlght- Leonard Thompson, Milk Kingo Bingo Gideon's Way enstetn News Pentecost Presents 9.00 HI Llgh Oil Report World Tomorrow R. Armstrong, Calgary, Alta. Lillian Walker, Swalwell, Rollin on the River Wild Kingdom !cl tocn5nrBnraT. Don Messer Horst Kochler (c) Francail 8-30 Doris Day (c) Yoga {c) Myrtle Unlanu'd World fc) In Conversation 100 Mile House, MoviQ- 5-30 Movie- The Ifl-in All Aoout Facet Ride to That Would Not Ed Alien Alwin Tree (c) Die (c) Piorrn Rprton Torrington, News Room 272 Sandy Tureff, Edmonton, Night Cap (c) 7-10 Mod Squad (cl tne Clock Kreshin tc) In Search of the I. CO Elizabeth Ritchie, Olds, Movie: Che Guevara Anrnt for Sally Johnston, Calgary, Biq Carnival Mannix (c) H.'A.R M. fc) SUNDAY News Whflt'S the Good Ken MacKay, Victoria, Thought for Day Nightcap (c) Wnrd A. K. Melville, Canmore, -i-H Clubtlme (c) Oil Report Anotner World John Ponies, Calgary, Day of Discovery Guestion Psriod 3-33 Aru'Ihinc You Oral Roberts David Frnst J, S. Wilson, Sietiler, Alto. Next Early Bonus Sports Digest (c) MONDAY _. Window on Britain Ttioughr for Wn DVkt Rex Humbard (c) University of Air Buckshot February 14thF Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Get your tickets now from 11 :30 Car 5-'. Snle of Crntury member of Hne H.iw NHL. Toronto o-ifl Squares (c) Lethbridge Shrine Movie: Where Were at New YorK You When !he 2-30 NFL Action 1n n Jcop-rdy (cl or clip and mail this Went Out (c) Kid Wlio, Whe Bold Ones Animal World Gatno CLIP HERE Winter Olymplci (ci Sixty Minutes News (c) Hews (c) Me .ind the Chimp 11 Sn'nt.-n.i't (cl Please forward by return Nichols fc) World ot Disney Jil As the V.'orld Tur Shrine-Lion ThR Law and You Jimmy Stfw.irt (t) SUNDAY Donnnra (c) The DLjctors tc) Tom and Jerry C.icfe's County 1: pa Ann; her World Tickets at S2.50 each. Groovio Gonlies Movie: Brotlierhood 1 :30 rcftje of Niqht 6-00 Lamp Unto My of the (c) 1 ov Americnn closed is my Winter Olympics Stylu order, payable to iho Look Up and Live MONDAY C.tir.ily Aii.iir lion Sweepstakes Association for Kcllhryn Kuhlman Our V.'i.rKi 1 ury Shuv; Barrier Rocf Winter Olymplci Pylc the Nation Today in Montana (c) PLEASE Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) NIGHT and Mi. Knnn.iro Alias Sniilh and Toarl c) Plncc Cify (c) Insight L.H.flnna Lawrence Welk Dircclu'm-i Auflroy (c) Zono Movie: When Issuer, anil Answrts G.illciiinci Oniinn Calls (c) 12 00 NOA New Yutk Where the Urarl Phono The Sixth nt PhiMdelplila (c) News ID l.onrj Street Ic) Amerir.Tn Tomorrow (Remittance News Sportsman thOOAII My Children accompany News (c) 3-00 Golf Hnwaii.-m <1 (c 11 -30 Dick Cavett Open (c) Nfwiyvvrd Game Wild I'-inqdorn (c) Nrw. CLIP Lass-lfi -Storm (f 30 Nevjs Sonny flnd fhfr Liff to L.ivc Mtiil The Chrislophfri Misiton J.iiO D.iys Our Liv HARVEY H. HILL, Snrrcd Heart Gpnrral 7-30 1 lift Is the Llfn Movln: Irp Station .l.fin 1 hrrp on .1 Mule Lcrlhbriclflft Shrine Revival Fires (c) Znl.rfl (H. 1) (c) O.inifl Sweopstako Campaign 521 IBth St. S. Mr-re Cnmei fho Nrwr. Hwt Giil nouhtPriechtrf. Nrws ('.cv.ilf hnl v'Of) Bullwinkln (c) MONDAY vM (c) AAflko a Wish (c) Farm S.JONiwj ;