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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DOG SHOWS There are dog shows held in Britain each year. TV OWNERS Nine out of 10 families Britain own television sets. In Featured THIS WEEK of the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE 'CHRIS CARSON OF CALGARY' TO ENTERTAIN YOU LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd, 9 P.M. MOOSE HALL 3rd North Music by "THE SWING KINGS" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "THE LINEMEN" Members and their guests only! 4 4 4 4 J "ERNIE CASTLE 4" FEATURING "ELAINE TERZI" DINE and DANCE LOUNGE HOTEL Tonight thru Saturday (No Covereharge) TAVERN Tonight thru Saturday "DON PERRIN" Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday "RON ROWE" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money.......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited Mode Friday and Saturday Banquet Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE" In color. Staring Rod Steiger, James Gab'urn and Roinolo Valli. Saturday, June 23. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "JUNIOR BONNER" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. Saturday, June 23. Show at p.m. Family. Starts Sunday, June 24 at p.m. "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" In color with Alan (Candid Camera) Funt. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RETURN OF SABATA" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Van Cleef, Reiner Scrone and Gianni Rizzo. Saturday, June 23. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Sunday, June 24 only. "BIG JAKE" In color. Stairring John Wayne and Richard Boone. Sunday show at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "MACHINE GUN McCAIN" In color. Starring John Cassavetes, Britt Ekland and Peter Falk. Plus cartoon and travel shorts. Saturday, June 23. 'Show starts at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children, TABER Tower Theatre "STEELYARD BLUES" In color. Starring Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Saturday, June 23. Show at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Film writers may end walkout LOS ANGELES (AP) The Writers Guild of America and the Association of Motion Pic- ture and Television Producers jointly announced agreement on a new contract to be pre- sented to the guild membership for approval. The proposed contract will be submitted Sunday to the members of the Guild. If the writers accept, a guild spokes- man said they would return to work Monday, ending a 16% week strike. Details of the contract were not disclosed. The strike which began March 6 had brought to a vir- tual standstill production on motion pictures and many new shows for the fall television sea- son. The old contract provided a fee of for a one-hour script for prime-time televi- sion. Remus Television 328-9759 624 13th St. N. SPECIAL SUMMER RATES 10% discount on icrvice calls and parts TV ad code won't work OTTAWA (CP) Private broadcasters and the advertis- ing industry joined forces Fri- day in support of a self-regu- lated code for children's tele- vision advertising, but were told that it can't be enforced. The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (C.A.B.) and the Canadian Advertising Advisory Board (CAAB) presented briefs to the Commons broadcasting committee supporting their own code. The code of advertising stand- ards is administered by the ad- vertising standards council which handles complaints about advertising. James McGrath (PC-St. John's sponsor of a bill to eliminate advertising from children's television programs, described the code as "unenfor- ceable." Mark Rose Valley West) said he found most cases of self-regulation "clubby in nature." Robert Oliver, C.A.A.B. presi- dent, told the committee thai C.A.B. members had voted to refuse to accept advertising di- rected at for local it was approved by the advertising standards council. He said self-regulation is much cheaper and more ef- ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Sovrh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. in 52 in 53 NOS. If no bingo caliel after 53 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME-PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONITE "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" Winners in the Alberta Elks Draw were: TRUCK and CAMPER WALLY BURYN, Gremshnw F. R. CURRUTHERS, Edmonton HERBER TREIBER, Bassano DAVE PITTMAN, Warner D. KOZUBACK, Rycrost HARRY HOLLMAN, Pen hold DISNEYLAND TOUR (July 14 and Aug. 4) 14 days, transportation and accomodation Ponderosa Ranch, San Francisco, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Holly- wood and Las Vegas. EASTERN CANADA AUTUMN LEAVES LUXURY TOUR (Sept. 4) 24 days, transportation and accomodation Ottawa, Quebec City, Halifax, Moncton, Niagara Falls, Windsor, Chicago, Minneapolis-St. Paul. TOURS ESCORTED BY STEVE KOTCH REST ROOM, AIR CONDITIONED "AQUILA" Book Now Limited number of tickets available NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMP MONDAY thru FRIDAY JUNE 25 TO 29 a.m. to p.m. WHAT? The day camp program includes Arts Crafts Tours Swimming Music Drama Organized Games Special Event Days FOR WHOM? Children 9 to 12 years of age WHERE? Registration taken, at north-east corner of Henderson Lake (across from the campgrounds) REGISTRATION? ON MONDAY, JUNE 25th at 9 a.m. COST? per child for one week session ficient than legislation. The pro- posed legislation "has a moral- istic aura and pragmatically will mean nothing." Douglas Roche ton Strathcona) accused ad- vertisers of "making money on the gullibility of children." He described Saturday-morning children's programming as "junk." "It is our belief that self-regu- lation of this type is the most effective and practical method of dealing with this matter said the C.A.B. brief. "It permits continuing consultation with government and regulatory authorities, with the public, with others concerned; offers the flexibility of change and adaptation to suit changing cir- cumstances." Jim Allard, executive vice- president of the C.A.B.. said the proposed regulations come when private broadcasters are being required to provide serv- ice to more areas, provide more Canadian content and face com- petition from U.S. sources. He said private broadcasters earn about million annually from children's advertising, most of which is used for chil- dren's programming. Science policy political one By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau science pol- icy is an aspect of public policy and involves the spending of public funds, it must be formu- lated by the politicians, not by the scientists, according to Science Council Chairman Rog- er Gaudry. "It may be influenced by sci- entists and indeed it should be, but the ultimate decisions must remain political Dr. Gaudry explains in his annual report as chairman of the Sci- ence Council to government. "This assertion may disturb some scientists who cling to the hope that science policy in some sense will be more 'scien- tific', that the decisions will be 'objective' and not subject to the trading off among conflict- ing goals which marks other policy Dr. Gaudry says. EXPLAINS POSITION Later he explains that "sci- ence policy is policy, not sci- ence." And he warns that: "As changes wrought by technology become more complex, as com- prehension of the effects re- quires more sophisticated knowledge, there is the tempta- tion in any society to leave de- ,I ,1._______.1. in cision making to the expert. "But this in the long run volves sowing the seeds of tech- Senior citizens encouraged EDMONTON (CP) Senior citizens will be encouraged to volunteer for work in the pro- vincial environment depart- ment under a program to be established this fall, Environ- ment Minister Bill Yurko said today. "The experience, skills and capabilities of these people in the professional and technical groups cease to be used when they retire. "This is an unfortunate, Il- logical and unnecessary waste of human resources." He also said the department is considering an environment information foundation Unking those who want information with agencies which can pro- vide it. Todays Showtlmes PARAMOUNT "Emigrants" Two Complete Shows" No Short Subjects Sunday "Emigrants" One complete show No short subjects Adult Entertainment PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Walking Tall" Last Complete Show Sunday Short subjects "Walking Tall" One complete show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Theatre of Blood" Last Complete Show Sunday "Threesome" "Ideal Marriage" One complete show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Pete 'n Tillie" "Groundstar Conspiracy" One Complete Show Adult Entertainment Sunday "X From Outer Space" "Equinox" One complete show Adult Entertainment The Science Council, he sug- gests, should no longer be con- sidered as purely a "federal nor should it be re- garded as an expert body faced with a problem only an expert can solve. In recent months, the Science Council has "consciously moved away from the role of advocate on behalf of science and tech- nology to more complex posi- tion in which it attempts to question, where our society is going and how it plans to use the tools of technology." Later, he mentions he does not think Ottawa has fairly con- sidered the non-governmental point of view with regard spe- cifically to the federal policy for agricul'ore or forest re- source research. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridga Saturday, 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD paramount NEXT ATTRACTION Ml St AM. 3274100 Many men in her life, madnew in her dreams, and murder hi her love. CdUUHA ncTURES ROBERT ALTMANS SUSANNAH YORK RESTRICTED ADULT HUGH MUAS GATHRYN HAWBOH AUONSGMEF1M.I.TO. ItoducidbrTOMMY THOMPSON green acres drive-in Dr. ft Huf, SZ7-1100 "PETE TILLIE" (IN COLOR) with WALTER MATTHAU LAST TIME TONIGHT "GP-OUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY" (IN COLOR) with GEORGE PEPPARD SUNDAY, MON. cmd TUES. ADULT HORROR SHOWS GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. ADULT.- NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN pal-amount St. 4 4th Art. 327-6100 TONITE thru MONDAY SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS BEST PICTURE BtST fcCTSSSS {LtrUltaemi] BEST DIRECTOR ffanThxai BEST SCREENPLAY lav LFJJmann Tlae Emigrants WalkingTlIl A A BCP Production A service o! Can aroideukng CltV RESTRICTED ADULT law aidorferBr die trying1. paramount cinema THE "BILLY JACK" OF 1973 NOW SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONIY RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 2M> Atfc Mtpttli Or, 328-C300- Last Times Tonite AT .AND P.M. VINCENT PRICE DIANA RIGG United ArtiStj STARTS, SUNDAY college cinema '...SURPASSES I AM CURIOUS AND WITHOUT A STITCH... One Complete Show 8 p.rm 4 sex Him olihf ttrongttt kind... tottllf witling... M lir ts possible.. .MX tmf quillty BACKSTAGE wnst of ifjrrt thoroughly prottttiontl job... girt Mfct til tntic mast of nudity tnd intimacy... ficnnfcaf knowhow jtfded to nutit dnmitics..." VARIETY bold and Intituling Him... f maeltf of Bergman in Intintitf high powered drama ctrttinly Me Him yet in tne fait moving new rogue of Sctndiniritn-Amtricin CINEMA, London is the first film made in Denmark since that country abolished all censorship. THREESOME was seized by U.S. Customs and, as in the case of I AM CURIOUS and WITHOUT A STITCH, was finally released by the U.S. ATTORNEY'S office, without a single cut! RESTRICTED ADULT Starring _________ JUDY Lotto Jbnjtn Kid Writttn by Ktnntth rrwhiMd and PtacMd by Ut BMlt Color by Tichnlcotor Hit No. 2 "IDEAL MARRIAGE" IN COLOR ;