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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS: I'TIIDAY MYSTICIIY MOVIE: p.m., Cli. 1. A block private eye is Uic in n hard-hitting search for a missing pro quarterback. COMEDY: Don nicklcs Show, p.m., Ch. 13. A dis- astrous TV commercial sel in Don's kitchen and starring his little girl caps this comedy. MUSIC SPECIAL: Clnrttp Tleno. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A one- woman show backed up the stirring music of the Koyal Canadian Mounted Police Band. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Ipcrcss 8 p.m., Ch. 1.1. Michael Caine stars in an absorbing IMS tale of Cold War espionage. COMEDY: All In The Family, 10 p.m., Cfi. 7. The kids are off on vacation and Arcliie and Edith are alone. Pri- vacy turns lo friction and Archie storms out of the house a quarrel, C'lUME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. "Till! tells about a complex scheme to rob a wealthy widow of her fortune. SPORT: Winter Olympics, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of four-man bolr.ledding; r.iath'on (combined Nordic skiing and and women's slalom. MOVIE DRAMA: "The lilauk 12 midniglil, Cli. 13. Sophia Lorcn and Anlhony Quinn, widow and wid- ower, v.hose marriage plans are complicated by their families. SATURDAY Sl'ORT: Winter Olympics, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Hockey, four- man bobsleddmg, women's cross-country relay and speed skating and men's slalom. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The mal Winicrnational Drag Racing Championships at Po- ann mona, Calif. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Prearpml are lined by ihi radio and Mltviilon iloHeni. Any variation In piagram ichedult it dm to lart- mftilltt by (he ttollont and li net thrrinpoifh dbJHtyJof ft. H.rald or Anglo Dlrtrlbutor. Sl.reo ahrf FhMojnitihlc Cf ntre. CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC-FM 3-DD Beryl Clark SATURDAY e-QQ Barry Jim Shearer 1-00 Jack Nev.ield News 7.3D News, Sports 9iDn John Charles John Oliver Beryl Clark CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT 6.C3 Top HO New.s, Wlhr, Sports Ncv.s CHEC FM News Hourly Wihr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. 10 i 00 Den MacMasler (EDb Don MacMasler DDH Hcdman Sign Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT J 0] Home Run World at Six 6.30 As II Happens T'03 The Enlerlaint-r; 10.DO I 10-10 From Ihe Capitals SATURDAY Five Niqhls a Week Eye Opensr 10-30 Playback Morning Concert News Riphl or Wrong Allanllc Symphony 10.03 The Scene Solo 1.03 IdcnlHies 12 00 News, Sporl, Wlhr. Family Favoriles The Big Bands Met. Opera Jan tor ina SONY Engineered To Last A Life Time MODEL HP 610 See The New Sony Ai'.VFM RADIO r and f Record Changer Combination Complete Wilh Speakers Suggested Retail ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo ana iPnotoaiaplilc Centet 419 5th SI. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) 1.00 News ic) 11-20 Teleprobe 7 Bealle Bailey fc) World Kimba (c) -iMO Earl NiqliMngale Marme Bey (c) Wlnlcr Olympics Sclcly Roundup Movie: Turn bio woods (c) Dawn (cl I! 00 Wrcillinq 3-00 Vnvic: Oulsidt Ihe 1 00 Children s Wall Cinprvg li 1 J SATURDAY ft ipldermnn (cl BugL 'Bunny CFCN-TV Lelhbridgs Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) FRIDAY Flinlslcnei (r Hawaii Five-C News Ic) Story Theatre Don Ricklns Mr.vlp- Tlio Incrcs? File r-ni ic) News Movie: B'ack Orchid SATURDAY ThovrM lor Day Younq Mr. Pill 13.55 Art Instruction Sports Digest Ouicloor Sportsmi Wrosllinn (c) .v Rocky and Friends .1 00 Like Y, Unticrtlcq d'tn rf 1he Wcsl llrfnl Hfi'Akeye Movie-: Wide World Sports (c) f.m Kimo Binqn 5: an Nf, O 7.DO h KRTV Greal Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY 7: CO Harlem You Arr Tlinrc l.) Harlem You Globetrotters (t) 11-00 Childrt In II Hcwi (c) Dr. U (1 30 ,MI III r.llllily MCWJ Nir.hl Pr'.ihlfs Nro.f, It) fl Archil? Winkr Olyivpics o-or) SATURDAY 9 lit .losio snd Pussyc.lli Nfws" (r 1 rcnui-o ln.Pi! Monkcpi Hen llnw Buni.y .1 Sroolirv Doo J'M D.inwr l" KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cublevlsion Ch. 11) SATURDAY BandsUnd FRIDAY (c) J M r f, 0.1 .Irrry LnwLs Mrvin- Two Mulps Rosfl Runner Irr SiMfr 7.00 Funky Pllflnlom Orlil Couplo 7 -111 S Louo American fl 00 Dnwikhpd Slylo (c) Lldwille (c) 10.00 0 00 Curlosily Shop A Nid GflT 0 00 CurloMly Sho Jonny Quest ]u ?0 Lontnlot Link American 13.00 Al Terry (rj Rollnr GflmM? Golf 3'00 Amnrican A.lvcn- turp Wide V.'orlrf nf i.30 AIMS Sniilli Anfl Jones (c] Friday, February II, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Dome oil plans new explorations in Arctic area CALGARY (CP) Uomo J'cli'olcnm and several U.'i.s ulilily parlncrs said today llrey will conduct a [ivc-j'car, ni i I J i o n pro- grain in tlio Arctic Islands Spudding of the first well Is .scheduled Iliis fall on King Clu'isLian Liland a project- ed depth of feet. D. S. Dunklcy, Dome vice-president, said liie schedule will call for drilling on several Arclic Is- lands and at depths up to 000 feet. Bulk of the exploration funds will be supplied by Dome's partners, Texas Gas Explora- tion, Panhandle Eastern Pipe- line and Hie Consolidated C-as Supply Corp. FBI television show censored Festival of films winds up WASHINGTON Icl- cvision scriptwriter has lokl a congressional group Iliat Hie television show FBI is an ex- ample ol Uic unrealistic am] heavily-censored viewing diel 75 million Americans are fed every night. In more than seven years, David Kinlels said, the pro gram has never depicted a civil rights case, never acknowledged the existence ol paid informants and never mentioned a lapped telephone or bugged house or office, And, Jtintels told the Kenato subcommittee on constilulional HERE COMES MOTION PICTURE EXCITEMENT FOR PETE'S SAKE SPECIAL SCREEN APPEARANCE by BILLY GRAHAM Yates Centre, Friday, Feb. p.m. PRESENTED FOR YOUTH FOR CHRIST THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "THE ZODIAC" (FROM EDMONTON) "Playing music for people of all ages." i riplils, il is nol Lmc Uial every episuilc of the show Ls based on il real case, as its producers I sU-ilc. Some arc not even "in- spired" by actual cates, he i said. Kinlels, chairman of the cen- sorihip committee of the Writ- j ers Guild of America, told the i .siibcommillee he was once of- I fercd a jol> as a writer for the scries and suggested doing a show on police brutality. "Certainly, the answer came back, as long as the charge was trumped-up, Uic policeman vindicated and the man who j brought the specious charge prosecuted." R'niels said. LISTS 'CENSORS' He said each episode is cen- sored by the FBI, the program sponsor, the producing com- pany, and the ABC network. Rintcls was one of Kevcral ttilncsses who told Senator J. Ervin's committee that networks censor writers and producers. Ervin, a North Carolina Democrat, has been chiefly investigating charges of government influence on the media, Rinlels said a Guild poll has that EG per cent of its members "have found from personal experience that cen- sorship exists in television." Writers of The FBI series, he said, are carefully screened and Hie producers approve "only Lhose who are politically acceptable." once, he said, has a woman or a black writ- ten an episode. Another witness, producer Lear of the All in the Family series on CBS, said net- work executives and censors operate under the assumption the mental age of the average American viewer is 12 or 13. Lear said ha has nol been censored wilh All in the Fam- ily, but described his case as a clear exception, rather than the rule. mm mm MOVIES YOU IfKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WATERLOO" In Technicolor. Starring Christopher PhinimcT. Friday and Salurday, February 11 and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Adull. Special Salur- day Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "SNOWFIRE" In color. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "A LEAF" In color. Starring Walter Matthau, Elaine May and Jack Weslon. Friday and Saturday, February II and 12. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "LOVE STORY1' In color. Starring All McGraw and Ryan O'Xeal. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February II, 12 and 13. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE RED TEXT" In Technicolor. Starring Con- ncry, Claudia Cardinalc and Harry Kruger. Friday and Saturday, February JI and 32. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Salurday at 2.00 p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "RETURN OF COUNT YOHGA" In color. Starring Robert Quarry Friday, February 11. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Matinee Salurday Afternoon at pm "SEVENTH VOYAGE OF SINBAB" Family. POITIERS, France (Itculer) A festival of Canadian films wound up litre Thursday nigiil a week of near-capacity audiences. "The. Canadians have been as- tonished by (he huge interest aroused by Ihtir a French member of the ini! committee. Camilla Hain- said Thursday. Al [lie start of the festival last Friday, the committee did not expect attendance (o match last year's tolal of when Po- ilitr.s staged a utek of Hungar- ian films. But well over movie fans had attended this year's showings by I he lime the final film, Jean-Pierre Lefcbvre's Lcs Maudits Sauvages, faded from the screen. The 25 full-lcnulh productions -which includH two world pre- mieres-have drawn high ac- claim from the Trench national press and local film enthusiasts. of people have been approaching the Canadians in cafes, buying [hem drinks and talking cnlhusiaslically about Ilieir films1', Moinaril said. Local inleresl had been par- ticularly high he-cause of the area's lies willi the French- speaking population of Canada. Dcnys Arc-ami's thriller, Mati- dile Galletle, and Jean-Claude Labrecquc's Lcs Smattes were shown at the festival for the first time. Among the biggest hits were Lamonlhe.'s "Le Mepris n'Aura 0_u'un Claude Jutrn's A Tout I'rondre, and Pierre Perratilt's Voiturcs d'Eau. The festival included exam- ples (if work by such leading Canadian directors as Pierre Pcrault, Bernard Osyjhn and Morley Markson. MOST MKTAU.IC Metallic minerals accounted foi1 30 per cent of the value of Canadian mineral production in ST. PATRICK'S SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LTD. 33rd ANNUAL MEETING AND SOCIAL PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL SAT., FEB. p.m. DANCE TO FOLLOW The shareholders will ba asked lo vote on the following two (2) nolicei of rnolion 1. Increase from 5 lo 7 Board Memberi 2. Suggested Open Bond RETURNING TO Aclor Richard Boonc says he's returning to work be- cause, in spvcn years1 retire- ment lie lias ruinilerl an ob- ligation to his son, Peter, The star of the one lime television s R r i c s "Have Gun Will Travel" and says his 18-year-old son "doesn't ncrtl me to slieplierd him any more." You will foil injlonlly for llin ilyling, rvognlfic-r-.t touch, fully variable offrnng a mullilude cf in l.n? Iwo The delicate bul magnificent cf thij inilrumrm maksi if pcmible to offer n ypor Crmpnm ni M.OOO for rqual versatility onri qualilv in nny plhrr mokcl SUPPLIES LTD. Cor. 3rd Avc. and 13th 51. S. PHONE 327-1056 Three remanded at Las Vegas LAS TOGAS, Nev. (AP) Three Edmonton men charged in the murders of a California couple in a Las Vegas mole] j room have been remanded for I two weeks to allow lawyers lime to study a grand jury transcript. delay not opposed by Ilic district r.forncy's office in a ('.curt appearance. Lloyd Leonard Paulette, 24, j noberl Gordon Johnston. M, i and Claude .Joseph Thcriaull, j 27. arc charged in Hie .slayings; last Dcr. 13 of Mary and En-1 Senc 47, of San Calif. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Ilio LOUNGE SONGS BY "RIA" (EVERY NIGHT) IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN MUSIC OF "THE BUCKWHEAT" [THURS., FRIDAY, SAI.) I Today's Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight1' Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee "Kim" 2.15 One Complele Show PARAMOUNT CPN'EMA Friday and Salurday Short Subjects "Straw Dugs'1 Last Coimieto Show 9.25 COLLEGE CINEMA Friday anil Saturday Short Subjects "Callow" Last complete show Saturday Special Matinee "Kim" 1 :CO, Last Complele Show "Eckankar The Key To Secret Worlds" This paperback by Lancer Books are now available. For your copy, send lo: ECKANKAR Box 1053 Leihbridge SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY Ah p.m. COLLEGE CINEMA. SATURDAY At ond p.n SUNDAY al p.m. only