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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Wednesday, November 24, 1971 _ THE IETHBRID6E HERALD 7 Hitch-hikers rape victims KDMONTON (CP) Hitch- hikers were victims of 111 of the t'l rapes reported in Kclmonlon so far tliis year, city police re- ported today. Rapes in 1907 to- lulled 34 but it was not known how many of the total were hilch-hikers. Hitch hiking is legal in Ed- monton but is confined mostly to tscn-afiers. Out of a population of nearly million at the end of 1870, there were three million Jews in Israel. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 51 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBtlC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 25th-MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, NOV. 26th-METROS SATURDAY, NOV. 27th-CLIFF'S COMBO _____ ALBERA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In Technicolor. Starring Jason Robards, Stella Stevens and David War- ner. Wednesday, November 24. Show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" In Techni- color Starring Christopher Lee and Peter Gushing. Wed- nesday, November 2-1. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS" In color. Wed- nesday, November Show at p.m. Restricted Adult." TABER Tower Theatre "WUTIIERTNG HEIGHTS'1 In color. Starring Anna Caldcr-Marshall and Timothy Dalton. Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday, November 24, 25 and 26. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. ARRIVING John Lennon a former member of the Beailes singing group, ond his wife, Yoko Ono, walk through on area of Washington National Airport after they arrived from New York. CTV networl i Singer .sick SANTA MOMf'A, Calif. (AP) Sinjt'T P: is suffer- OTTAWA (CP) The CTV j creasing Canadian television Network Lid. must programming submit a plan to the Canadian laclio-Television Commission by Ian. 31 which will cn.sure that he network fulfills Canadian programming and other com- nission requirements, it was announced here1. The commission said it recog- nizes llic need for the private network to "reorganize its fin- ancial and programming capa- in At hearing in 'lo- roiito, Mr. Chcrcover otlr private broadcasters the commission menting the requirement for ut- por-cent C a n a d i a n conn r.i which is to take effect Oct. 1. 1SV2. The CftTC and CTV have lio'.h carried out studies on the finan- cial situation of the net1.1. bility and organizational sine-1 which is organized along cu-c.p- ture tu meet its Canadian pro-1 t'rative liru.'.s with member grain obligations." lions having But the CUTC said it wants i shjp CTV to submit a proposal on its corporale organization and pro- gram plans which would allow the network to cxlcnd ils scrv- Mr. Chercover said at the To- ronto hearing that CTV has re- organized itself to lif: i-.'jnu' of the financial burden ice, incrcaFC its ability to pro- duce significant Canadian pro- grams and ''improve the ___.......... sion-making process of the net- j not have to work." I responsibility for network Murray Chercover, C TV pres-1 chcrcover said. icler.t. has publicly told CTV nor the CUTC CRTC on several occasions thai smaller Smaller stations new subsidies to enable them in 01- '.arf tUJ w--1 in h: manager Ibis could water down the roiiici.t regulations it wou.d i jn a'low private broadcasters to their Canadian programs I JN the summer season fewer pi.Tstms watch TV. The commission a 1 s o an- m.unc'cd last week it would CTV to count .some Com- monwealth programming a s "Canadian" during this broad- aH season. new policy could allow private stations to redi'fo Caradian content limit cf M per by four percentage points in Ihis'broadcast season. The commission said here that it has not changed its mind about Canadian programming and believes that in the public interest CTV should resolve its .roblems soon. al for a week, s. S'id Miss Ix-e the vvovt Trade talks DiETRSCH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Ccrlific-d D'.ntal M'-r'-anie Npiicncl Store Ph. Lcthbtidgft Keg-sSmped I beer bottles VICTORIA fCP) Canadian Breweries Ltd. will withdraw its keg-shaped Heidelberg beer bottle from British Columbia at the request of the liquor con- trol board, it was announced Tuesday. Following a meeting with Alan Branston. president of Carlings Brcwerys B.C. Ltd.. 8 board chairman William Brace the nc-uvuvk is is one of tin: j reasons for CTV's The commission's Monday an- noun-cement said the CIITC asrec-1 with those whu say Ife.-c I should be greater efforts 10 pro- I duce Canadian program'-. AGItEES TIMK XliEUKn But the commirskm ssw the nsed for linie to the to reorganize. Bc-cau-e of this the commission had rc- esr.lly aimounccd to it; television rcgi'intions. These amendments main- tained tho GO-Rer-cent content requirement effective next Oct. 1 but changed the time period for calculating Canadian con- tent. Canadian content may be cal- culated over 12 months from Suggests a PRACTICAL GIH this CHRISTMAS Furniture for the Home! L 19-PIECE 3 ROOM GROUPING COMPLETE, ONLY said that the distinctive bottle joyj, instead cf every should be out of sen-ice by nionths. April, 1972. j The Association of Canadian The move follows decision, and Radio Artists last week by the Ontario gov-1 said at Toronto hearings ernmcnt to drop the bottles in order to standardize the pack- aging of all beer in the. prov- ince. The keg shaped bottle has been sold in B.C. shice i her, 1970. j Mr. Bruce said the board's j request was made ''in the in- j tercst of ecology." Mr. Bran- ston said the move will i in the junking of 24 million keg bottles in B.C. alone at a cost of SI million. TOMORROW We move it over to ib Paramount Cifsoma so everyone may see ii IIBMHII.....m Evening Shows omy at 3 p.m. Next Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m. ADULT OF A GREAT MOTION PICTURE! Your last chance to see... -ssmis >jBk DAVID LEAN'S OF BORIS PASTERNAKS INPANAVISION'ANDMETROCOLOR Ends Tonight "WALKABOUT' COM SUITE LUXURY llVim Chesterfield and matching Chair in your choice of colorful luxury covers, 3 Tables and 2 Lamps. F2F fc A I ar.dscmely finished suile in- codes 4'6" panel bed, double cj e er and mirror, chiffonier, -a. 1 a 'Ccip tol deluxe mattress and Box ng, 2 Boudoir Lamps. 5-PIECE KITCHEN SUITE With walnut arborito table top and luxury beige chairs. SEE OUR OTHER ROOM GROUPSMGS PRICED AT ONLY OPEN T1LL.9.P.M..THURS. AND.FRI..NIGHTS1 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED! 326 5th St. South 13 327-8578 Spiel winners COALDALE (HNS) Win- ners of the recent Coaldalo Curling Club's men's open jack- pot bonspiel were: "A" EVENT: Lawrence Len- r.on rink of Lethbridge with Lemon as skip. Rick Ovcrn as third. Stevn Prokcp. second and Dave Forry. "B" EVENT: Arl Borzel rink of Lclhbridge with Borzel skip, Ben-lie Sontag third. Dean Stru- bel second and Bob Christie. PARAMOUNT 'Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA S'.iort Subjects "Walkabout" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Battle of Neretva" Last Complete Show at and p.m. An ssJounding entertainment experience! FAMILY MGMr STANLEY KUBRICK PRODUCTION FAMILY SUPER HETROCOLOR KEIR'DULLEA GARY LOCKWOOD STANLEY 'KUBRICK ARTHUR c. CLARKE sTANLEYkuBRick ENDS TONIGHT JR. ZHIVAGO' ONE SHOW AT B P.M. It's a Killer! RESTRICTED ADULT JESSICAWCTER DONNA MILLS JOHN LAKCH 2 SNOWS t.t and p.-.l. STARTS ;