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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-16,Lethbridge, Alberta «•dHMd«y, JMMMry ie, 1974-THE LETHMIDQE HEAALO-37 Frozen stiff Salty Collins of Richmond Hill, New York, Isn’t as lucky as housewives in Lethbridge when it comes to taking In the wash. With stiff underwear in hand, she makes her way back into the house and out of winter's cold, minus Chinook winds. Stars comment on censorship of children’s TV viewing LOS ANGELES (AP) - B you have rules for your children’s television viewing you have some company among the people who make the shows. Carol Burnett has strict bedtime hours for her three daughters and doesn’t let them watch anything scary. James McEachin, the star of Tenafly, doesn’t like his children to see shows with sex or violence. The rules, or lack of them, among the performers, writers, directors and producers probably vary as much as they do with the public. John Rich, producer and director of All in the Family, has no rules yet for his children, aged 6 and 4. “'They've found their level in watching Sesame Street,” be said. “The only rule 1 impose is that if they find something they particularly like I make it a point to watch it with them, so I can be there to discuss it with them.” MAKES NO RULES Mike Connors of Mannix, who has two teen-agers, said: “I had rules when they were younger. But not now. TV is fairly well censored, I think they're getting to an age when they can fairly well watch what they want.” Miss Burnett said her young children like The Partridge Family and The Brady Bunch. “I must say these shows usually have a good moral. They might seem to adults to be too pat, but to a child they’re very good.” McEachin said; “I prefer that they watch shows with no violence. I was in a show where I was supposed to die and it had a bad effect on my children. They couldn’t fathom that it was a character on the screen and you’re sitting there in the living room. “1 don’t let them sit up late and 1 don’t think they should watch shows heavy with sex and violence.” Connors said: “I don’t feel there's too much violence on television. I think to allow kids to think it’s one big bowl of cherries, that everything is comedy and fluff, is as bad as showing too much ylol^ce.” Director Robert Michael Lewis and his wile, writer Rita Lakin, said they have no rules for their four children, the youngest of whom is 13. Lewis said: “I think children are emotionally predisposed to behave as they do because of the environment in the home, not because of what they see on TV. If TV can be accused of anything, it's making death too pretty. It never shows the aftermath of violence.” MOSTLY FRENCH Two-thirds of Montreal’s population is French. Diced Beats Libby’s 14oz. Cai9ot24 4** Sauerkraut Libby’s 14 oz......... C«MOf24 5** Mixed Vegetables Libby’s 14 oz. Cats Of 24 9** Pumplcin Pizzagetti Libby's 14 oz............. Ca»eof24 9** Libby's 14 oz........... Case of 24 6” Peaclies Libby's 28 oz............... CaMof24 11^* GREEN’S ANNUAL JANUARY 4 Ncl«® 4 N,!»® 3 taí89‘ 2 Purex Bathroom Tissue 4 Rolls White or Colored .. Economy 200’s Scotties Facial Tissue White, Pink O 70® or Yellow . b for f 9 Scott Assorted Colors —Twin Pak----*. Paper Towels Paper Napkins Olives Libby's Ripe Pitted 14 oz. tins Scott 60’s. .......75* 2 -.55' 2 .,1“ I Pork Chops ................ .99' Smoked Picnic Hamss'r^ .89* Wieners MipMunBiiiii..................... .79' Dinner Sausage .89' Pork Spareribs J9‘ ii Selection of CHILDREN’S SHOES Buster Brown — Savage — Classmates. Regular to $14. Now only, pair ..............“ "A’sElibTioN OF    , MEN’S - WOMEN'S ^ CHILDREN’S^ BOOTS 25% OFF hIeL HUGGER PUMPS AND DilESS SHOES Short and discontinued lines. Regular to S30. hJow only, pair ............. Continues . . . TEENERS’ SHOES A good selection. regu-| lar to $21. Now only, pair 10«» Bilanci of Stock 10«^ Off (Children's Shoes and Nufses Oxiofds not Included) Gold Croat — Calina — Woollay PUMPS AND DRESS SANDALS Regular to $28. Now only, pair \d ivi j 'Î V,t5 LlTÄ. j-jAí'T, if- Cabana Golden Ripe Sunkist Navels Jumbe Slze48's California, Firm Crisp Heads Tomatoes Mexican Vine Ripened 8ir" en“" 2i49« il s; CHARGEX Womtn’» Pumps & Dress Shoes ............5®* Regular to $20. Now only. Pair 999 & K- i All Purses 25% OFF CHILDREN’S SHOES 8” Savage and Buster Brown short and discontinued lines. Regular to $14. Now only, pair ........ meIiYshoIs' Short and Discontinued lines. Regular to $30, Now only, pair ....... A SeieicttofT oTWomm't DRESS SHOES Regular to $2ft. 14 Now only, pair .......... ^ * Sp«lal 8«l«ction of Man’* and Women'a WINTER BOOTS R«9.to$30 Now only, p«ir .. . 10« 149. Joe GREEN’S ,.:s UÍ "Í INDIVIDUAL PUMPKIN PIES 2 JS5* ÉÍ&?;:« s % PI Í * BUTTERED PAN BUNS 2 ^9* ASSORTED LOAF CAKES A'* 1 * i if:' orBi TRMMNT 711 • P.i. 8H0E$ OtwnMnniMi tlilti StrMt W« RcMTVt Th* Right To Limit QiMntitiM 53SWii‘!ft«EffS»»^RSMrSîîPJ«?»aS.««5(KBWWW»»ï&ISaW!S»t«Jm Nk 'A' fi i'Ä r t « R ñ lì HIV f. » r:o It ;