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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID So'urdoy, May 6, 1972 Actor is cremated in English town LEATIIEIUIEAD, England (Ilrulcr) British movie slar George Sunders, U5, who com- mitted suicide last week in a Spanish seaside resort, WES cre- mated in this southeast England town Thursday. film star Zsa Zsa Iho Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE R1PLEY OPTICAL 61 B 3rd Avc. S. Phone 323-5447 second of his four wives, sent a wreath wilh Iho note: "Darling George, you will always lie in my God bless you darling for ever more. Goodbye my love, Zsa. She did not attend the cere- mony. Sanders was found dead on April 25 in a hotel bedroom in Castelldefels, northeast Spain. BUDAPEST (AP) Actor Richard Burton said Friday he I is donating eight prints of the I filmed version of his Broadway hit Hamlet lo Hungarian Institu 1 tions. Burton said he decided to do so after getting first-hand evi dence of Hungarian interest In Shakespeare. Burton is in Hungary filming the title role in Blue Beard. TREASURE HUNTERS FIND You can't boy a better intfrument than a WHITE'S! THE SENSATIONAL AND BEAUTIFUL C-OLDMASTER 46T l-around Mineral and Metal Deletion second lo no of claimi. TWO-YEAR GUARANTEE. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY See this and other models manufactured _____ by' Detecis Gold, WHITE'S Silver and Copper ELECTRONICS Nuggets, Coins, Rings, LIMITED Jewelry, Guns, and All Sorll Available of Treasure. Also Magnetic From Your Ore Bodies qnd Veins, Etc. Super- Local Dealer Sensitive Transmitler-Receiver, the 66-T Comes Wilh Two See It Today At: HILDER'S TV SERVICE 310 9th Streel South Phone 328-4224 HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Three On a 0 p.m.. Cli. 1. Jerry Lewis assumes four guises lo ivin his psychiatrist girl friend. IIISTfllUCAL DRAMA: "The Six Wires ol Henry VIII." p.m.. Cli. 7. A rclurn ol this 12-part chronicle o[ Eng- land's Tudor era. No watchdog role on network bias MEAL HOURS Of the Alexandra Restaurant 328 5th St. South Licensed Dining Room Monday to Wednesday a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday to Saturday a.m. to 2 a.m. Sundays and Holidays 8 a.m. to p.m. OTTAWA (CP) Pierre Ju- neau, chairman of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, Thursday rejected a watchdog role on bias in television public affairs shows. But Mr. Juneau told the Com- mons broadcasting committee that there is a problem of en- suring variety in ideas presented on radio and TV. The CRTC chairman was replying to a proposal by Con- servative IIP Stan Schumacher (Palliser) that the CRTC moni- tor the public affairs programs of the CBC and the CTV televi- sion networks for bias. Mr. Schumacher said a 1970 Gallup poll found that most Ca- nadians feel news reporting is biased. Would the commission try to find a cure for bias on television? Mr. Juneau said Ihe only way the CRTC could get involved would be to set guides on fair- ness in reporting and to recom- mend staff training. The com- mission did not look into specific complaints and dealt with sta- tions privately. Mr. Schumacher said the CBC program Viewpoint should be monitored by the CRTC for one year. Mr. Juneau replied that the aim should not. be to suppress ideas but lo increase the num- ber of views. There was a danger that the same people would appear con- stantly expressing views on the same topics. Replying lo another question by Mr. Schumacher, Mr, Ju- neau said the commission was not involved in a decision by Calgary radio station CHQR to [ire open-line host Roy Jacques. State Secretary Gerard Pelle- licr has also denied pressure on the station lo get rid of Mr. Jacques after the station em- ployee allowed CIIQR listeners to hear Mr. Pelletier utter "bullshit" over the air. The station indicated Mi- Jacques was dismissed because of sagging listener ratings. Earlier, Mr. Juneau said a survey of residents of the Gaspe in Quebec shows that almost 20 per cent of the households in the area get poor television recep- tion. The CRTC was discussing the matter with the communica- tions department and Ihe CBC to try to find a solution. WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone The Lethbridge Playgoers Present a light, bright presentation that the young people will enjoy The cast includes Frank Fealher- Itone, Jack Warburton, toil Dongworln, Bill Matheson, well as many young ond new upcoming local aclors. MAY nth -12th -nth William Shakespeare's "MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM" Yates Memorial Centre p.m. ADMISSION Plan Now To Attend Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects 2-15, Hot Rock" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects 'Hot Rock" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Malinee "Pinochio in Outer Space" One Complete Show Short Subjects Such Good Friends" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Going Hcme" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Swedish Fly GMs" One Complete Show (iREEN ACHES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "Str.rt the Revolution Without Me" "Priests Wife" One Complete Show The World Famous 3 Ring Circus COMING to LETHBRIDGE MAY 31st and JUNE 1st Lethbridge Exhibition Grandstand .Afternoons. p.m. Evenings. p.m. MIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS lynn Baker-Gerald Earl Tennanl Frank Day Mike Schmidt Jack Bunning SPECIAL: Horse Show, 0 p.m., Cli. 13. Events from the Calgary Inlernalional Horse Show v.ith two members of Canada's equestrian team competing. MOVIE DRAMA: "Seance on n Wet p.m., Ch. 7. A frustrated professional medium who plots a child's kidnapping and (hen "divines" his whereabouts. MOVIE UltAMA: "Tlic Last p.m., Cli. 13. An old-time political boss seeks re-election as mayor. SUNDAY HI-OUT: Stanley Cup Finals, 12 noon, Ch. 13. The fourth game of the series between the Boston Bruins and tho Racgers from New York. Boston leads two games to one. DOCUMENTARY: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. Visits to large agriculture operations including feed lots in Lothbridge. SPOUT: Soccer Special, p.m., Ch. 7. Leeds United talies on Arsenal for the English Soccer Cup Championship. SPOUT: Ladies' Golf, 3 p.m., Ch. 13. The final four holes for a purse in the Ladies' PGA classic from Las Vegas. WILDLIFE: Ainluuon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Cli. 7. An intimate study of nesting birds in southern Ontario. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. The last of a two-part adventure story about a white boy caught be- tween his own kind and the Indians who raised him. SPECIAL: London Bridge. 7 p.m., Ch. 0. A musical fantasy on the transplanting of famed London Bridge to Havasu City, Ariz. Tom Jones and Jennifer O'Neill star with many guests and cameo appearances by other stars. SPECIAL: Salute lo HudoU Bing, 8 p.m., Ch. 0. A gala farewell to the retiring Met manager, Rudolf Bing. INTERVIEW: p.m., Ch. 13. An interview with Al- berta's premier, Peter Lougheed. C05IEDY: Wayne and Sinister, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A repeal of the show featuring an 18-manhole golf match in downtown Toronto. MOVIE DRAMA: 9 p.m., Ch. 11. Marlon Brando matches wits with Yul Brynner in a World War II yarn. INTERVIEW: W5, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Guests Cardinal Paul- Emile Leger talks about his work with the people of West Africa. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Singers, dancers, an illusionist and a ventriloquist bring back the era of vaudeville. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Mississippi I p.m., Cli. 7. An oldie starring the late Tyrone Power as an ad- venturer in New Orleans. MOVTE WESTERN: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Adopted by the Sioux a white man must decide his loyalty when war breaks out between the Indians and the settlers. MARQUIS HOTEL (BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS) 'WATERLOO' Thursday, Friday and Saturday 3 young versatile musicians with music for all ages (NO HARD ROCK) Announces The Opening Of Their NEW SHOW HOME at- 2622 13 Ave. N. Approximately One Block West of CJOC Television OPEN DAILY 2 p.m.-5 p.m.-7 p.m.-9 p.m. See The Latest In Home Living By Canada's Most Honored Builder! NON-SMOKER'S HAY VICTORIA British Columbia government has des- ignated May 31 as non-smok- ers' clay In Ihe province. USED AS NETS Soulli Sea Islamlcrs use tin large webs of ncphila spiders for various kinds of bags and fish nets. LAST CHANCE! CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE CCO IN PRIZES WIN or Plus 20 Olhcr Winners Next Early Bird May 26 Draw ot Ponoka Stampede July I, 1972 MAIL NOWI TICKETS To: Chuckwagon Sweepstake Box 988, Ponoka, Alberta Send me.......lickcls on Iho Ponoka Chuckwagon Swcopslakes Enclosed is i (52.00 lickcll Special offer: 6 for 12 for NAME ADDRESS.................................. CITY PROV................. (Individual tickcl sellers invitrd lo apply) CH2 ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings i.n liiKd ty the radio and Itltvlilon uailent. Any variation In program Ithedult d to lait- minute thangei by Ihe lltilloni and II not Ihe nipon- tlblllly of Ihe Herald er Anglo Dlitrlbulqri Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC ir Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill wilh Contemporary News SAT'jfcDAY Leo Dow Buryl Clark rVtm Paul Tessier Paul Tcsslor LGO Dnw Jack Ncwfeld Barry Hegland John Oliver SUNDAY MONDAY Dove King CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT fl: Sporls News Inside from lha Oulside Conlinenlal HolldaylO: Daryl Ferguson U: Doug Anderson 12: SUNDAY News Rab Ingram Allanlic Symphony 3. Blackfoot Indian Program Solo Hour of Decision ew our o ecson 15 Christian Science Sunshine Evangel 3D Voice of Preahecy Concern CiOO Sunday Magazine Neivs :05 Jchn Walker ID Big Bands :00 Blackfoot Indian Program :30 NEWS Pele Snow :00 News :05 Cross Counlry ChecK-Up :00 NHL ID The Enlcrlainers CHEC FM News Hourly Wrhr. Half Hour MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, v.'lhr. Sport PMcne Dill Show Wayne Barry Prnba 1120 Mews, Wlhr, Sport News end Grain Prices Jack Thys Jclin Walker Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark 9 00 John Charlei IrGOJack SUNDAY Leo Dew Newfeld Barry Hegland CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Sunday Supplemenl Celebrations Idenlilies Time siHnal Music De Capital Report CBC Stage UM NHL Boston Distinguished Artisls Anthology Busli and Salon Major Progression Collage News, Wlhr. Warner's Wax Works SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Siories Sunday Morning Sunday MagaiinB York Music Scene Cross Country Check-Up Inside from the Oulside Sunday and Friends Radio Noon Sound or Sporl Schools Sunday Thealre 2 30 Max Ferguson p-03 Gilmcur's Albums Home Run Jazz Canadians 6'TD World Dt bin MONDAY Cye Opener World at B This Counlry SONY FIRST BECAUSE WE LAST MODEL TC-630 PORTABLE STEREO CENTRE Solid stale circuilry provides 20 waits of pure slereo music pow- er, utilizing speakers housed in detachable lid. Olher fealures include 2 professional VU meters, retraclomatic pinch-roller for easy iheading, 3 head, 3 speed 3tt and Ha Sound-on-sound, separate switches for power amplifier and preamplifier, speaker switch for external speaker, echo effect, slide volume con- trols, lope counter. Complete with 2 SONY dynamic micro- phones connecting cord and reel caps. Suggested Price.......... See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stelto and Pkolotlaplric Cental 419 5th if. Phona 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT World of Man (c) Klahanle (c) Movie: Three On a Couch (c) Six Wives of Henry VIII TBA The Counlry Time News Provincial Affairs Teleprobe 7 Movie: Seance on a Wet Afternoon SUNDAY Crossroads Niven Miller Movie: Up In tho Air (O i e.oo Reach Tor the Top Focus on U uf L Fulure Shock Counlry Canada Wildlife (c) F.A. Cup Finals Encounler (c) New and News (c) Audubon (c) World cf Disney Dick Van Dyke The Rovers .Jimmy Stewart Flip Wilson Sunday nl Nino Weekend News Nation's Business Teleprobe 7 Focus on U ot L I Spy MONDAY Farm and City today 9.00 Rnmper Room Mr. Dress Up Alborla Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helenc- 1.D3 Sesame Street Miday-Our Town Movie: Mississippi Gambler iV.eHalc's Navy Take 30 Edqe or Nlaht {c) Family Court Drop In Iruin or Conse- quences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT 6 DO News (c) Oil Report (c) Klnqo Bingo Rollin' On the River B'M Love American Style Calgary Internation- al "Horso Show News Niqhicap Movie: The Lfl5l Hurrah SUNDAY B'40 Though! for Day 8-.15 <1-H Club (c) 00 Window on Nightcap Market Place Oil Report Day of Discovery Oral Roberts n-30 ne Rex Humbard David Frost 12-00 NHL Boston al MONDAY New York Thought tor Day 2-30 Wild Kingdom University of Air U.S. Women's Proqram Hi Lights Celebrily Golf Fashions Horst Kcohler 9 15 Parlons Francals e PenlecosT Presents Yoga (c) 5-30 Movie: In Conversation Tank Fores All Aouut Facei 7-00 Room 222 North Maple Mod Squad (cl Pierre Berlon Inlcrview With Premier Lougheed W-S Mannlx News (c) House of Frlghten- stcin (L) The Savaqc (cl What's the Good Word Another World Anything You Can Do KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) 7- SATURDAY .00 Hce Haw 00 Glen Campbell :CO Bold Ones 00 Movie: AAarriaga; Year Ona (c) :00 News (c) 30 Nichols (c) .30 Tho Law nnd You SUNDAY 00 Tom and Jerry :30 Grouvie Coolies :00 Ttie and You :30 Lock Up nnd Llva :00 Kathryn Kuniman Barrier Reef Camera Three Pace Ihe Nation ;00 AAU Inl'l Champions (c) NHL 9: Young People's ID Concert (c) 10: Animal World (c) Sixty Minules 10: Me and the Chimp 11: V.orlrt of Diincy Jimmy Stc.vnrl 11 Londf-n Briclqo Sp. 17: Bing I Enter Lauqhmq Ldrcdo (rl MONDAY r Wo ur or Snlutc Anrlcufturc Today i Todny in Monlri'ia Sale o! Century 0 My Three Sons (cl 1 (c) 3 HOC Nightly News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) ATURDAY NIGHT 10: lo Alias Smith and 11; Jones (c) 11: 10 Lnwrcnca Wcifc 10 Movie: 2. See Ihe Man Run 3 riio Slxlh Sonso 4: 0 Lcnci Slreet (c) 10 News 4 NPW5 (cl 10 Movie: Fllqhl !ho Lost Ortlloon A SUNDAY 7 10 Fnrm News fl: 0 Christopher Cloieup 9: 10 This Is Ihe Llle ,1 Rcvivnl Fire% Ic) 11: 10 Hfiro Comes tho 11: Douhicdcrkftrs 13. 10 Dullwinklc (cl iO ,1 (r) 0 Dr.iqon nnd Mr. lo.nl (c) 7 30 lnsio.nl ;DO Dircctioris (c) :30 Issues and Answer NDA :30 Chnlicntjc :30 Aulo R.iclncj :00 Sporls O Dinah's (c) L (i) Sonny nnt :00 Mission Impo :00 The FBI ;00 Movie: Morilurl (c) :30 MONDAY :2S F.irm Nrws :00 C.ipl.iln K.nntiar G.illOfiiVKI Gourmet Where Ihe Heart It News (c) Tnmcrrnw All My Children n Oral (c) Scrrfl Slnrm (c) Ono LUn In 7 M D.iys cl Our Lives Hospl'.ll on n Millch 3..TI Drtlirvi Gnmo C.l fiplil fifrond llrv.ilfhrd ,-i m (c) MAY SPECIAL ON ALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC DEMONSTRATORS PRICED TO CLEAR BERTI'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC South Parksido Drivo Phono 3J7-0115 NOW ACCEPTING FALL ENROLLMENTS Accordion Piano -jlf Organ Guitar ;