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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta February 52, 1972 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD film BATH, England (CP) John imprcscd Sir Stephen 73, who died in hospital Saturday after a lengthy imaginative civil scrvan who gave him a job as filrr was ii brilliant film to the Umpire Marketing MOVIE WESTERN: "Wings of the p.m., who founded and His first venture, Drift A milling engineer discovers gold and learns the chief of the National Film Board of Canada. it film on the North Set herring industry, was an imme can government wants half the was very eccentric success. CAKTOON SI'ECrAL: Dr. Scuss, p.m., Cli. 9. to handle but a led to establishment o Albert is host for the Dr. Ssuss eartoon which strikes in connection board's film unit and thr blow for ecology with "The said Lord Thomson of hundreds of docu DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wclliy, SID, 8 p.m., Cli. the crusty Scot 14 with Grierson show The trauma of imminent blindness is treated in to make films for an eye for employing a His scries This of persons who later be COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Cli. 7. Burt Reynolds and Nanette Fabray are the special e r f 11 1 World was shown throughout the British Isles. Grierson, son of a talented film-makers. The film unit was expandcc under the British post office NBC MYSTERY MOVIE: McMillan and Wife, first Grierson documentaries at Cli. 9. .A mad killer is the catalyst for a film in a Scottish a world reputation. Hr in "Till Death Do Us known throughout the development of UK PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Cli. 7. A visit as the father of film library at the Im artist Christopher Pratt and his family at their films. He once wrote that he looked on the cinema "as Institute, now known as the Commonwealth Institute land and to use it as a founded the film centre to ADVENTURE: The Persauders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A all British governmen of mistaken identily plunges Danny into a plot to veteran of the on productions of a bullion shipment from the U.S. Air War and graduate films. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. University where caught the attention way star Cleavon Little and Marcel Marceau are among philosophy, Grierson the Canadian government ir special fascinated by melhods years before the Second public opinion. After War, when he became the United States and to the Imperial Rela- MOVIE DRAMA: "Wicked 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man quarrels with his wife when she returns from a spree Hollywood, he evolved the idea of the documentary to produce "the living scene and Trust, e s t a b 1 i s h e d to strengthen Commonwealth ties. STARTED FILM BOARD Liverpool with another 1939. Prime Minister Mac- MOVIE ADVENTUIs.: Quebec, 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A coined the word "docu- j kenzie King decided, on her sweetheart and her son lead a rebellion against to apply to such recommendation, to estab- ish rule in Canada during a National Film Board and to London, his Grierson as first film rnllllS DEALER WITH llpl A7Q Radio TV HNULU O THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV 1 A C tf Q RADIO AND TV -1 M V. J 302 ST. Progromi'oro lilted by the radio and ttleviilon producer dies Seize film at Edmonton Any vartolloii In program if to last- mlnulft by the italloni and It not reipon- ilblllty of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Sierra and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports MorJcy McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Total Information Beryl Clark g.JJ John Oliver Berry Hcgland Leo Dow Show Clark TUESDAY NIGHT World af Six Rob Ingram John Walker CJOC -fr News, Weatner and Spcrls Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Doug Anderson Probe 1220 WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot Noon Farm News, Weather end Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys Parly Line Rob Ingram World at 5ix ir CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaEter Concerts {Bob Consic) Don MacMasler Don Hodman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT News This Country World at Six OrchMlral Concert! NaMons As It Happens News' wrhr Provincial Tuesday Nig US WEDNESDAY Radio Noon Hews, Sports, Wlhr Eye Opener ?-03 Schools From the Capitals V.'rrld at 6 Max Ffrouson Five Nights a Waeh Commentary Home Run Prairie Recital World at 9 fi-00 World at Six Passport Photos Candid Widdinaj Picture framing Photo Supplies A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phone 3JS-OII1 710 3rd Ave. S. Phone 3184732 INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS ANNUAL SPRING DANCE At The Lethfaridge Labor Club Sat., Feb. 26th p.m. MUSIC BY RAYMOND CANADIANS Members 2.50 Per Couple Non-Members 3.00 Per Couple Advance Tickets From: M. Tremel, 328-3786; R. Wheeldon, 327-6141. Ticket: also available at the door. Compact Complete STEREO SYSTEM First Becausa We Lost Model HP 218 Furnished in beautiful wal- nut finish, AM FM radio, FM stereo, record changer, 8 track tape deck and speakers. Plenty of power and beautiful sound. Suggested Retail 453 SEE THE COMPLETE SONY LINE AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleieo and Pkotopiapliic Centci 5th St. S. Phone 328-6973 SEE THE QRIGENAL Oil PAINTINGS ON DISPLAY IN THE FOYER by CANADIAN, EUROPEAN and LOCAL ARTISTS GREATEST SHOW ON WHEELS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION HOUSE Q'F FINE ART 409 5th St. S. Phone 328-1314 ALBERTA CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Teleprobo 7 11 -00 icsame Street Truth or Conse- Our Changing World Town tjijencfis He said there had been several I hi: scene written matter or pic- Today's- Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "'Man in the Wilderness'1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects j I "Without a Stitch1' Last Complete Show !ij COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects j "Desperate Characters" j Last Complete Show j, Interested hi a Sales Tax or Increased Income Tax? Then attend tonight's public meeting on ROYALTIES and TAXATION SPEAKERS: Mr. Robert Tarleck, C.I.C. Dr. Herb Axford, P.C. Grant Notley, M.L.A. N.D.P. Liberal TONEGHT FEB. 22 at 8 p.m. SVEN ERICKSEN'S RESTAURANT LOWER FLOOR MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE EVERYONE WELCOME SPONSORED B'C THE IETKBRIDGE NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY SINGLE MINGLE Once a year we open cur private club to the public. The club is designed for lingEe adults over 30. DRESS For The ladies After 5 Attire far The Men SUIT and TIE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAR 327-1442 He was left tor dead. He would not forget. rlchard Harris in FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING Qt and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Funny, Absolutely "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT-EVEN SEEING IS NOT BELIEVING -JOYCEHAEErt COLLEGE PICTURES PBBENTS AH BBCTBirren anniT ITC TDJ PKBUCTKW RESTRICTED ADULT SHIRLEY FRANK P. minor M DESPERATE TONIGHT and WED. At and p.m. Tonight and Wednesday till 9 p.m. will be your last chance to get in on the outstanding savings indoors at the Pavilion WE INTEND TO CLEAR THE FLOOR If You Have Attended We Thank You If You Haven't All We Can Say Is This What We Have Left Is On The Block First Come First Served. H U R R Y Cars Jeeps Trucks Trailers Campers Motor Homes Mobile Homes-Tent Trailers HOT LINES TO THE PAVILION 327-1780 327-0822 327-2805 327-1418 R R Y UNITED MOTORS GREATEST SHOW ON WHEELS IMPORTANT NOTICE If For Any Reason You May EC Short Of Cash At This Time, But Would Like To Take Advantage Of These Outstanding Savings, Just Uso Unitcds No Down Payment Offer Or Spring lay Away Plan. ;