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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IHHBR1DGE HERALD Solimloy, March 11, 1172 'nze by Alber EDMONTON (CP) The film "A Clix-kwork Orange" tlial has been nominated for an academy award as picture deception area HIGHLIGHTS cosl S EDMONTON A re- ception area constructed on the third floor of the legislature building shortly alter Peter moved into (tie pre- mier's office in Ihe east wing cosl i'lio Alberla legisla- hire wns toUI. In a written answer Mr. Loughced's Progressive Conser- vative novermnent said the ren- ovations cost about S7.000 for labor and materials and S2.WO for furnishings such as drapes, carpet and ami chairs. The answer was in reply to a question from Gordon Taylor lirimiMlerX of 1071 lias been banned by lire Alberla Censor's Jioavd, Lahor Minister Ucrt lioliol said Fri- day. However, lie planned to gel together with the attorney-gen- eral to sec Die film himself be- fore deciding whether lc> uphold the coiisor bonrcl's the minUter in an interview. The film directed by Stanley Kubrick who also made the film has been hailed by critics as a ci- nema achievement. Vincent Canby of the Now York Times described it as "so beautiful to look at and hear that it dazzles the senses and the mind it is brilliant, a tour de force, of extraordinary images, music, words and fcel- inus." ONLY MALES Girl babies are ignored in the French language as the French word for babv is male. fence department IMS not used tlic word royal m the collective- name of its military colleges since at least a depart- i ment spokesman said today. In 1943 the term Canadian services colleges was officially adopted for use in advertise- ment s and this was later changed to Canadian military colleges, the term still in use. In the Commons Thursday, Douglas Alkenforack tenac-Lennox and Aldington) LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of all farmi and ranches in the Leflibridge trading men with mailing addresses and land loco- lion. EACH Available at The letlibtidge Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner 51h Ave. and 7th St. S. IETHBRIDGE SATURDAY SPOUT: Pro Hockey, 6 ii.m., Cli. 7. 'Ilie Chicago Black Hawks meet the Canatliens in Montreal. VAIilKTY: Hollin' On The Kiver, 7, Ch. 13. Joso Fclieiano, Doug Cuoslcy antl Dianne Hcatlierington are cial giirets, JIOVIIJ COMEDY: "Aflcr The Fox." 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A farce about a con artist who poses as a director to smug- gle gold into Italy. MOVIE UUAMA: "A Matter nf 9 p.m., Ch... 1.1. A trip lo Singapore with her aunt transforms a mousy young girl into a beautiful woninn Itnt a Eurasian gigolo helps. .MOVIE ADVENTUHE: "ihe p.m., Ch. A reluctant secret agent involved in ;.n assassination plot. Colleges drop roved i_ j tie-! asked why the word royal had been dropped from the collec- tive name of (lie colleges in a rnagazine advertisement. TJie colleges are Koyal Mili- tary, Kingston, Royal Koads, Victoria, and College Mititairc voyale, St. Jean, Quo. Chancel- lor of all three is Defence Minis- ter Edgar Benson, MP for Kingston and The Islands. The defence department spokesman said that in smaller recruiting advertisements only Ihe collective name of tlw col- leges appears. But in larger ads, the individ- ual names also were given. There was no intention oj drop- ping "royal." Another defence deparlmenl spokesman who was quoted Thursday as saying the colleges could not be referred to collec- ively as royal because College does not have the royal nomenclature coulri not b ocated today. China to free church erlilor in a month CANBERRA (Reuter) Aus- tralian journalist Francis James, who disappeared in China years ago, will he re- leased in about a month's time, information received hy the Australian government from un- official Chinese sources has dis- closed. A high ministerial source today confirmed the reports from quarters close to the Chinese government. James was editor of the Syd- ney weekly church newspaper, The Anglican, when he was taken off a train travelling from Canton to Hong Kong by Chinese officials in November, 1809. 0 ELECTION AND INSTAtLATION OF OFFICERS NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF DOMINION CONVENTION DELEGATES All members are urged to attend! Army Navy Air Force Club Unit 34 517 5lh AVENUE SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE BOOK QUESTIONED Leading American Indian ex- perts have questioned the an tcnticily of the "Memoirs of Chief Red Fox" who says I] is a 101-year-old Sioux Indian cliicf. The hook was publish a year ago by Hill. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Gulls ot p.m., Cli. 13. A six-man team is assigned to destroy huyo German guns tliot Hock Allied passage to tlie Aegean Sea. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey. 12 noon, Cli. S. The Chicago Black Hawks meet the lied Wings in Detroit. SI'OHT: Curling. p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of Lho 1972 Canadian Curling Championships held at St. John's, Nflcl. SPORT: Aulo Racing, 3 p.m.. II. Richard Petty defends his title at the Carolina 500 Stock-Car Raca nt Pockingham, N.C. WILDLIFE: Auiliilron Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. A study of mammals along the west coast of North America from Mexico lo Alaska. WILD LIKE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cli. IS. Conserva- tion methods in the game preserves cf Africa. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Cli. 7. The first of a two-part presentation of an Alpine drama of a Swiss youth who attempts lo realize his deceased father's dream of climbing the majestic Citadel. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, 6 p.m., Ch. 11. Sandy Duncan Is the special guest on tills program. DOCUMENTARY: Chnriols ot (he Gods, p.m., Ch... 7. An attempt to unravel the mysteries of the past. (The Jimmy Stewart and Flip Wilson shows are HISTORICAL, DRAMA: Wiitcoaks of Jalna, 9 p.m., Ch.. 7. This is Part, 7 of the series based on the Jalna hooks by Mazo de la Roche. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: 9 p.m., Cli. A report, on Ihe independence movement in Puerto Rico. PUBLIC AFFAlilS: Weekend. 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Opposition leader Robert Stanficld discusses current issues with inter- viewer Clive Baxter. INTERVIEW: David Frosl, 12 iniilniglit, Cli. 13, New- York Times' drama critic Clive Barnes is among the special guests. MONDAY MOVIE DR.-UL1: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A lone- ly woman struggles and schemes her way to Hollywood stardom. Suu Publishing VANCOUVER (CP) Sun 'ublishing Co. Lid. reported n el income of million, or I1.20 a share in 1971, from 1.54 million or H share n 1970. Company chairman C. C. ridge said 1970 earnings substantially reduced" hy the In'cc-month shutdown of t h o un ami Province newspapers lat year. Sun Publishing holds income higher 3J per cent ot Ihe issued chares of Pacific Press Ltd., which owns the Iwo Vancouver pa- pers. Mr. Dclhriclge said wage in- creases and an increase in tho price of newsprint would "have a restraining effect on profits" from Pacific Press this year. Net paid average circulation of the Sun last month was up nbout 3.5 per cent from February, 1071. 7 Radio TV Tourism wins S1.4 million in grants OTTAWA (CP) 'Hie federal and provincial governments are o invest about million in .he development of tourist facil- ties under a joint program, an- nounced Friday by (he federal ravel bureau. Ontario gets Ihe biggest share, of the federal al- ocation of Quebec gets British Columbia, S80.COO; Alberta, Sas- katchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, New- foundland, and Prince Edward Island, The Yukon Territory and (lie North- west Territories each get The remainder of the pro- gram funds are to he contrib- uted by provincial tourism de- partments. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEV OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 AIRLINE COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN Programs ci're Ililod by (he radio and Any Variation tn program doe 16 minute ihanges by the stations and l> not ;lhe rnponr slblllty of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo end Photographic Centre. "f CHEC Roger Channon Contemporary Morley McGill with Contemporary Leo Dow Bury! ClnrV SATURDAY Paul Tesater Jack Newfetd SUNDAY Paul TeuTer Leo Dow Barry Hegland Jc-hn Oliver MONDAY Dave King CJOC If you ore beiween the ages of 17 and 34, and have com- Uid grade twelve, (or soon) let us help you prepare for an exciting new career with ihe commercial ciYlinei. Train for Passenger Agent, Communicalionist, Operation Agent, Station Agent, Ticket Agent, etc. Preliminary insd rion need not interfere with present occupation. Gef ful information today. No obit gat ion. For your own free brochure, "12 Ways to an Airfino Care fiil out cou- pon end mail this ad 1O: Depl. AB-052, AIRLINES TRAINING DIVISION, Atlantic School, Box 140 Lclhbridge Herald NAME ADDRErSS CITY PROVINCE AGF PHONE EDUCATION LAST WEEK'S JUMBO CASH PRIZE WINNERS ARE "GIBSON AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER" WINNER MR. BURYL CLARK "CHEC MORNING MAM" Is pictured congratulating MRS. J, OLEKSY of 182! 12th Ave, M., Mrs. Oleksy Is last week's Jumbo jlakes winner of a GIBSON AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 1090 "JUMBO'7 5 times daily, Monday thru Friday at a.m., a.m., a.m., a.m., p.m. on CHEC 1090 MRS. ELLEN PRUSS, BOX 1335, TABER MRS. GAYLEEN IANG, BOX 116, PINCHEER CREEK EACH WON OTHER CASH PRIZE WINNERS ARE MRS. RUSSAKOW Lethbridge SUSIE HRNCH1AR Piclure Suite ANNA MARIE WARREN Grassy lake, Ail a, MRS. JEAN MATTHEWS Pincher MRS. E. HASSARD Tabfir MARGARET SPARKS Tnhcr MRS. STROMSKt Turin MRS. RUBY ROSS Coaldale ALLAN GRAHAM Lethbridge MRS. W. PARNEU Lethbridga ANN LYNDE letfibridgr: MRS, I. MAINZER CoaldaEe MRS. SANDRA FISHER MRS. ROSF MEU Tnh-jr, AlhcrJn MRS. E. CHRISTIE Uthbridge JUNE PONTAROUO Cardston i CYNTHIA COMII Barnwell GRACE RODINYAK Lethbriclgo A. A. 7HIESSEN CociEtTale Ictl MRS. DONA BENNETT Picture Bulle BEATRICE WRIGHT Picture Butts MRS. SADIE BOERSMA MRS. HELEN HEINONEN Lothbridgo MR. L. KANEWISCHER lollibridge ROSE NICOLAY Conldnlo MRS. DORIS M. BERRY Park W. McDOUGOLO Icthbridgo A. TETERIS Letbbnrfge I HELEN STANKO 1 Lelhbridge MRS. DICK JONES Tabor MRS. f. MARTENS Tobor MRS. W. MALINSKY Tahi-r 5. 1. SCHUOT Bow Islind MRS. I. SNOWDEN Lnthhridge MRS. M. lelribridgn F. FREELAND Tober CUFF JOHNSON Cardslon MRS. LINDA JACKSON Tober MRS, BONNIE STRUM Coaldale MRS. WM. MESSERLI Pincher Creek CHARLOTTE JOHNSTONS Taber ARS. J. D, STAR1E lelhbridge VAtARIE SHAW MRS. J. MOLDEN DONNA JENSEN RULA J. HARDY CardsEon MRS. MATTIE WALKER Lelhbridge A. E. KANGAS Lcthbridge HELEN TILLOCK Lethbridge MIKE CARLOS lerhbrfdgo LAVONE FIEXHAUG Lethbridge SHIRLEY KVOY Lethbridgo MRS. KILLY MADSEN Cow fey EKWIN SKERY Taber EDNA CARTON Tober MRS. GEORGE GRUBSR Picture Bulto MARGARET McCORMICK Tnbor J. OLEKSY Lelhbridge BEATRICE MAYER Coaldale MRS. LILLIAN BROOKS Tober MRS. F. WILSON lethbridgo MRS. HELEN GRAF lelhbridge ALLAN FRASER Barons SHELLEY DRAKE Piclure Bulle GWEN EDWARDS Lclbbricfge MRS. D. TURNBULL LGthbriclge MRS. ARIA TETERIS Lethbridgo MRS. W. McDOUGAlD Lethbrfcfge MRS. P. MORRIS lethbridge DAVE GOERTZ.fN Coaldcile DELIA UORDICK Lothbridga MRS. KATHY BENSON Lethbridgo RENEE JANTZ Lelbbndcja J. SMITH Lelhbndge Rob Ingram Ncv.s AHanlic Symphony Cross Country Blachloot Indian Check-Up Program NHL Vlr.ckpy Solo The CHEC FM Mows Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour :aync ar Probe Nev.s. Wlhr, Sporl News and Grafr; Prices JacV. Thys Rnb Inrjrnm 1120 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Chnrles Jack Nev.frld SUNDAY Leo Barry Heg'and CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal 1 Jan for the Report Symphony Hall C8C Stage Distinguished Artists Anthology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY iVinrni.ig Concert Children's Stories Sunday Morning ,5 Winter Oly 9: Jrjiz Cajiad Inside from llu n-03 Col lap s NHL Toronto 'Sirni I Minnosol.i MONDAY Cross Country Checfc-Up I'll Read thai Ccnlinental Hoi id, Rememfcor News Music .03 Sunrlny Magazine Sound cf Sporl ;03 Sunday Suppltsmcnl Sundsy Theatre Eye Opener ErCO V.'ar-rd. of 8 World Al 9 Ihrs Counlry Radio NodfT Schanfs Ferqusin Run World at Sin SONY The World's Best MODEL STR-230 FM STEREO FM-AM RECEIVER Music Power EIA Total 40w Anglos Suggested Retail Is ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sieieo and tPkotogiaptiic Centcl 5th Sr. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Canadian Curling I Spy B Chsrnpion Ships (..ntjnflv NHL Wildlilo Unlnnllerf MONDAY Ccunlry Time Fccus U (if L farm City Movie: Rrjjch for the Tcp Tcday Alkv Ihe Fox Counlry CanSLfa Romper Rocm Hews Enccur.ler Mr. Dress Up Provincial Affaln end Alherta SchDnls Teleprote 7 News Friendly Giant Audubon Ccl Chez Holene SUNDAY VJorld of Sesame Slreet Crossroads (c) Dick Van Dyke Mfday-Our Niven The Rovers Movie: A Man Rroball XL-J Jrjo Charlct of the Gods Catlc-d Gringo TEA Whilcr.aks of Jains Take jO Faith for Tcday Edge of NlqhT [c News Pamily Court Flaming Slsr Nations Business Drap In SI ruckle for a Teleprobe 7 "Iroin or Bortfer Focus en U of L queries CFCN-TV Lethbrrdga Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4} SATURDAY NIGHT Oil Roporf Rex Humbard (c) of Air Market F'lace tc] House ci Fright- A Nice Mix msfc-in Call cf Ihe Prcgrnm HI LlcjhlS Slyle Hcrsf Kr-ohler In Corivorjgtton Skalir.g Unfarrccl Wor "ffve Rnor n: l ('-1 Night Cap Krt Movie: Guns cf Nsvaror.c Ic) rV.annlx CTtjbtime (c) Report D.iy of Discovory 1 i :30 Due 5 If en P cried Drill RcbPrls DnvKi Rural Repcr! MONDAY Window on Britain Thought for Day Anclher World Anythlr.r] Ycu KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hec Haw Glen The Bold Ones DiJ Yrjir no In the War SUNDAY Tom and Je Gonlier, Sixty Minuk-- Di'-t' V-in Dyl TO-Vl Nrv.1; -V 3'i V.'ixld rt 7.00 Bonanza re FcTX) Code's County Wovli _.....Yr.u 7BA Lrxi'k Up nnd LIvo Larctfo (r) Kalhryn Kuhlrrida MONDAY Barrier Reef Our Camera Three Salule Agricultu Face 1hc fJaficn Today Shcv; II :00 We el the Press Today in Mont, Car St Concenlr.itlon NHL Chkaga at Sale (if Century Detroit Srjtr.rfi (c) tiFL 10 i'0 iDC.paaly (cl Ktrf Tslk VJtn, Wliaf, Anir..... f'J Ncv.i (rl Defers (c) 1 :frt Annlhcr 'World 1 Frin-3 nl Nirjht ;.00 l.nvr i'nmily Aifflir Lucy GomDr Pyle M.y Thrct Sor.s fc na ic) NBC Nightly New KFBB-TV Grecil Falfs Channel 5 (Cabfcvision Ch. 11} Tond (c) OpMin'jiirci SATURDAY NIGHT Alias imilh and 7-30 A Triite F'vfl (cl Thft Sixth Senit Strict (c) [Jew's (c) ThJO Movie: One Man's SUNDAY Farm Wcws The Chrhlcphen Sacred This Is Ihe Llfa Revival Fires (e) Here Comes the I nirecli Hi30 lisuei NRA J Audrey Sport 3.TO Carol inn Car R.ic lor-Enq (rt 9'00 Flullv Makn 10.00 Pragon inklc Wan Wild Kinndom d Lassie (c) and Cher Mission. FG> Wovie: Lord Jim, (Pt. 1] Mews Nous Billie Jamr.-, MONOAY Secret Stcrm (c) Ir30 One Life to Live Days cl Our Live: ;