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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Queen's Plate Classic Saturday, June 30 The Queen's Plate, North America's oldest continu- ously run stakes race celebrates its 114th running this year, Saturday, June 30, at p.m. on CTV with a colorful trophy presentation by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The steady growth of racing and the excite- mervt o-f a royal visit assures new records in attendance and wagering. 'Station Iff about Montreal cops Police documentary exciting MONTREAL "Station m exciting hour-long documen- ary about the Montreal Police, reduced by the National Film Board, will be shown on the 2BC-TV network Wednesday, Tune 27 at 10 p.m. Working closely Montreal Urban with the Community Police Department, a three- man NFB camera crew ex- plored many facets of police work never before filmed. The film, covering 60 days and RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m. to a.m.; Fri. and a.m. to a.m.; Sun, and a.m. to p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' AcroM from tho Customer Parking-Ph. 328-5666 CHECK THESE CAMPING AND FISHING SALE SPECIALS! COLEMAN CAMP STOVE COIEMAN COOLER STAY COOL COOLER 3 tb. polyester filled SLEEPING MO............... polyester filled SLEEPING BAG (nylon cover) SLEEPING BAO Hi. polyetter filled 3 TRAY TACKLE BOX 18.95 9.99 4.99 18.95 13.95 26.95 5.35 Available now at your Located in LETHBRIDGE at 1221 2nd Ave, South Phone 329-0017 nights of shooting over a six- month period is one of the most Illuminating and pertinent con- emporary documents on the subject. Without a prepared script or ny preconceived stories, di- Michael Scott set out to >resent a true picture of the op. Scott discovered his herne, characters and settings >nce filming began. The crew became an Inti- mate part of Montreal's Sta- ion 10, accompanying officers on assignments where the out- come was always unknown and during activity in and around the station. The camera caught the action of heavily-armed raids and was there during po- lice interrogations. The wide range of true and touching in- cidents they photographed, containing many dramatic mo- ments, combine to tell a com- pelling and meaningful story narrated by Detective Captain Jacques Cinq-Mars, one of the city's top cops. Queen's Plate June 30 "The Queen's North America's oldest continuously run stakes race, celebrates its U4th running this year, Satur- day, June 30, at p.m. on CTV, with a colorful trophy presentation by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Open to Canadian bred three-year-olds, the one and a quarter mile race on the dirt track is the most prestigious Canadian race. It is also the richest, with a total purse of over and over in wagers. Horse racing is one of Canada's most popular spec- tator sports, with paid atten- dance totaling more than CFL Football or NHL Hockey. The steady growth of racing and the excitement of a royal visit at this year's Plate assures new records in attendance and wag- ering, CTV's coverage of "The Queen's Plate" is hosted by Pat Marsden with co-hosts Fergie Olver and Jim Coleman taking viewers through some of the colorful sights and sounds thoroughbred racing, leading up to the final exciting two minutes. The' television team, n d e r Executive Producer ohnny Esaw, meets and sam- les opinion from both the ex- erts and the 'two-buck bettor' help the viewer associate more closely with the individu- 1 jockeys, horses and the en- re race. Jim Coleman, well mown columnist, prepares the Thursday, June 28 G Let's Make a Deal IB Movie: The Daydreamer O Another World ID General Hospital O Nancy Miller 0 New Match Game ID One Life to Live O Klara's Korner O Galloping Gourmet ID Movie: A Gift of Terror O Joan Waterfteld IP Somerset 0 Mike Douglas ID Dinah's Place O Take 30 IB Another World O Edge of Night flD What's the Good Word O Vin Scully Show O Family Court O Joker's Wild ID Split Second IB Anything You Can Do (J) Drop In fB Buckshot Q Newt ID Bewitched fB Star Trek O Hollywood 0 News ID Password 0 News O Get Smart UJJ Nets News (D News Q Bonanza (D News Q or Consequences O These Are People IB Beat the Clock O Mod Squad O Man and the City 0 IronsW" fB George fB Little People IB Kung Fu G It's a Musical World 0 Dean Martin CD Hung Fu G Mary Tyler Moore G Movie: Scarlet Angel IB George Kirby 0 The Helen Reddy Show {D Streets of San Francisco fB Here Come the Seventies (TT) Newa (5) News IB Oral Roberts 0 Tonight Show G Maude ID Movie: Love is Better Than Ever (B News (7) News CZ) CJOC News 5B News Pierre Berton G Crossfire IB Merv Griffln Show O Movie: Night Creatures J ackground story, supplying 1m vignettes from the world f horses. Four-camera race coverage, solated camera on the stretch urt, instant replay, slow-motion nalysis, and the re-run with he winning jockey, provide otal coverage of this important ace. Later in the year, CTV fea- ures live coverage of "The 'rince Of Wales "The Breeders' "The Invi- ational Handicap" and "The Canadian International Cham- pionship all being run at Woodbine Raceway with the ixception of "The Prince of Wales being held at Forl Erie. Islam series re-telecast The Muslim People, a seven- part, Franco-Italian production chronicling the rise and spread of the Islamic faith and cul- ture, will be telecast Sundays from 4 to 5 psa. on the CBC network starting June 24. The series was seen on CBC- TV last summer under the title This repeat showing was preceded on Sunday, June 17 by a CBC-produced introduc- tory program in which mem- bers of the Canadian Muslim community and academic spe- cialists on Islam discussed the series and defined it in terms of contemporary Muslim be- liefs in Canada. BIG ATTRACTION The National Ballet of Can- ada played to total audiences of nearly in its 1972-73 per- forming season. ;