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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; JXILTOH DRAMA: Medical Center, p.m., 13. Medical quackery is the larget of "The a drama stan-ing George Maharis. CARTOON SPECIAL: Peanuts, 8 p.m., cii. 7. Charlie Brown is unhappy about the commercialism of Christmas while lha rest of the gang are looking forward to Ihe presents they'll gel. CHI.MH DIIAMA: Caiiniin, p.m., Cli. 7. Underwater action, fist fifihls and gunplay as Cannon tries to clear a Vietnam veteran charged with murder. ISHLH1IOUS: Billy Ciraliam Crusade, p.m., Cli. 11. "Satan, Demons and Jesus" is the evangelist's topic for the first program of his southwest crusade, filmed at Texas Stadium. DOCl'ME.NTAKV: Nature of Tliinfis, 10 p.m., Cli. 7. "The Living Arctic" surveys the wildlife of Canada's Far North. CI1I.MT IJHAMA: InmsinY, III p.m., Ch. 13. lo Kill" is the story of a policeman charged with murder, thanks lo a well-planned frame-up. INTKHVIKW: David Klvisl, n miilniglil, Cli. fjupsts inchi'le Vjrl'ir I'orgc, Marlin Sullivan and Sir Pclcr iStudd, who wore in the U.S. lo dedicate London Bridge in Lake ilavasu City, Ariz., Candice Bergen and Jo Anne Worley. TUESDAY .MIIV11C Dli.UI.A: "Uliilfr The Gun." I p.m.. Ch. 7. A racketeer is sentenced lo the penitentiary, starring Richard Conle. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Wild, Wild 1 p.m., Cli. 13. Girls, rock 'n' roll a.nd skiing spice up the lives of a group of fraternity brclhers at a small mountain college. Toy commer cials come under fire -------------------------_ Monday, November 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 OTTAWA (CPi Television networks, iitingle with toy com- mercials, were warned here that Parliament may restrain commercials directed at chil- dren unless more responsibility is shown. A Commons debate on chil- dren's advertising was timed to coincide wilh the advent of the commercial Christmas season and hard-sell toy advertising. James A. McGrath (PC-St. John's terming comy.or- cials said of the effect on children: "Is it any wonder they grow up deeply suspicious of a soci- ety that lies for The Newfoundland IIP. a father of six and his parly's consumer affairs criiie, recom- mended a full parliamentary in- vestigation into the field, fol- lowed by stiff legislation. Children were being subjected lo persuasive commercials lhal invited them to eat pills like randy, or to eal sugary foods as if diet was a mere caprice. Cordon Aiken (P C a r r y ;-iaimd-Muskoka) added break- fast cereals that had little or no nutritional value to the list. And draco Maclnnis (NUP- Vancouver-Kingsway) said vol- untary codes of eliiics adopted by the networks arc loo vague lo he relied upon. SUCUHSTS I'SIMi CODE Ah-. AlcCrath suggested that the Oct. code of ethics adopted by the Canadian Asso- ciation of Broadcasters should be incorporated into law, thus eliminating any temptation to [hit profit before conscience. He recalled lhal Consumer Af- fairs Minister Iton Basford, who is cynical about voluntary codes, hau1 warned fhat Ihe net- works would be watched closely to insure compliance with their slated el hies. The bill was talked out with- a vole. Liberals Lloyd Francis (Ot- tawa West) and Al'iurice Foster (Algoma) agreed commercials I often exaggerate. Mr. Francis, (allier "f three, said consumer complaints to j federal officials reach a peak vertising's exaggeration ot the dimensions of toys, the speed at which they run, and their acces- sories. Nevertheless, Air. F r a n e i s and "il would be unwise to try to insulate a child from it com- pletely." Mr. Foster said restrictions on advertising could mean can- said, advertising is a fact of life collation of children's TV .shows. I out. just before Christmas. i The complaints specified ad- Tire Supply, lw ii due to laiMnffiuw the re.pon.ibility of the CHEC News on the Hour Weather on ihe hJalf Hour TUESDAY MONDAY MIGHT Brryl CMrk B.irry Jack Ncwfotrj CJOC TUESDAY CSC rJsi-.j Jim Eiiicit Phcne Dill She Barry News and Drain Prices 1.05 JscK Ihys Party CHEC FM if News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Aii II Happens Entitling Back t! if II News ideas Network fJcvvs Off the Record iSilO FronV TUESDAY Five A Eye Opener We-tk World at Einhl World at Nine This Country Rsriin Noon Holiday Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE _ WHITE _EACH 26.10 28.40 28.40 29.50 775-14 825-14 825-15 4 4 314 lUh Street South One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ____ men Is. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 C.IOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Nature rf Ttiinqi Chez Helen? Midny Our Town Movie: Under !hf? Gun T-.ICI K lira's Korncr Take 30 Drop I Trulh U i F-nendly (.-icinl CFCN Lethbriclgc Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT TUESDAY Trap (r) Another World AnyHiinq You Csn D.T (c) Dick Van Dyke Bui.-Kf.hrt 5'00 Plintstnnes (c) KRTV Grear Foils Channel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT KFBB-TV Gront Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Ml1.] Cnpt.iin K.ingnroo t'JiOS Ncwlywori tin me Cnpt.iin Din.ili's Place Small tai gets green light EDMONTON (CP) Federal grams already assist poultry Agriculture Minister H. A.; producls, blue-berries and ap- Olson says lie has obtained; pics. Others could be carrots. Cabinet authority to proceed rutabagas awl other vegetable with the small [arms develop-: crops. mcnt program. A technical i Mr. Olson said Hie govern- committee would meet within I ment is watching the hog raar- a week. kill closely and if Ihe national Mr. Olson said in an inter- weighted average price at the view that the program is aimed i end of 197] is less than a waiting hundredweight there be deficiency payment made of about one cent a poimd. Once retarded always retarded idea nonsense at assisting farmers of non- economic units, cither by pro- viding more land or finances. The first step would be con- fined lo farmers in the to bracket "Those who need it The farm credit corporation i would oversee Ihe program with co-operation from the prov- j inces. There would be a coun- selling service. IT ISN'T SO "We to make it CALUARV (CP) The idea i lutely clear, especially to older'tnat a retarded person will he j people, what the options au1." retarded forever is nonsense, j Mr. Olson said emphasis will director be placed on development rath- er than retirement or loss of the farm unit to other uses. "There has been a feeling that the federal government in- 1 tended to shove the small farm- ers off the land. This is cer- tainly not the case. "During the course of tb i vinciai ministers' mcej; CLIawa if. became clear we were all trying to reach the same objective the develop- ment of a profitable industry for our farmers. "We agree that we must offer assistance to the small farmers j of Canada so they can (i i thriving farms. We also agree that farmers who want to re- tire require help." Dealing with the feeler port programs for Canadian products affected by the T_ States import surcharge, Mr. Olscn said the government will continue to add commodities as time goes on. j Various federal buying pro- Irish actor dies DUBLIN (API Frederick Eric Gorman, 89. veteran Irish actor and former secretary of the Abbey Theatre, died in hos- pital yesterday. Gorman joined the Irish National Theatre in 1904 and was secretary of the Abbey company when he relired in 1966. This tiny ZENITH hearing aid fits in the ear Zenith's lomaikable Z-70 r- just one ot 18 quality Zenith hearing aids. One ot them might be just 1 right lor you. At no v obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenilh hearings aids are priced (rom CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Mctroeolor. Starring Pal Qiiinn, Don Johnson and Country Joe and Ihe Fish. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 29, 30 and December I. Mon- day show at p.m. Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE STATUE" In color. Starring David Niven and Virna Lisi. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 29, 30 and December Monday show at p.m. Restriclcd Adult. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "UNMAN. WITTERING AND color Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November HO and DcrembiT 1. Monday show at p.m. Suitable for Children. TABER Tower Theatre "WILD Metrocolor. Starring William Hoi- den, Ryan O'Neal and Karl Maiden. Alonday and Tues- day, November 29 and 30. Alonday shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. You con join Weight be on your way to a slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. 51. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH llth STREET ond 4th AVENUE SOUTH Some talking, some listening, and a program that worki of Calgary's Vocational a IK D[ Rehabilitation Research Insti-s. lulr. g i Many victims of physical and i- mental retardation often show i- marked improvement after the r- afis of 17. he said in an interview. The msii'iii G had han-j. tiled people wilh initial mtelli-i gence quctionls of 50, who it eventually left with average in-e j olligencc. Ho said not all the institute's y trainees ?_ro retarded. Same are epileptics, cerebral palsy r victims and Indian children s who hadn't fared well in the p regular school system. c Of fi4 individuals who passe( through the institute's rcsiden-ial program in the last two i vears. he 40 hold SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBUC SWIMMING mD SKATING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, Dec. 1 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Dec. 3 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. n jobs and lf> have found part-d ime Dec. 6 NOON HOUfi SWIM p.m. SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Nov. 30 Short Subjects Dec. 1 Beginners Skating 6-30- p.m. "Plav Mistv for Me" k Lasl Complete Show f I'AHA.MOl'NT DDC. 3 Mothers and Pre-schoolers 'Free Skating 1 Noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 "Dr. Zhivago" d i One Complete Show e COLLEGK CINEMA j "Dr. Dec. 5 Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. CIVIC !CE CENTRE Friday, Dec. 3 Free Public Skating p.m. Dec. 4 Last Complete Show Dec. 5 Beginners Skafing p.m. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Skating p.m. NOTE: There will be no public skating at the Adams Park Ice Centre on Saturday evening, December 4, 1971 from p.m. and on Sunday evening, December 5, 1971 there will be no Family Skating from p.m. due to previous booking commitments. PARAMOUNT 4th AVE Br Bib SI 327 100 CLINT EASTWOOD RESTRICTED ADULT "PLAYMBTY FOR ME" It's a Killer! NOW SHOWING AT P.M. CINEMA 4th AVE 8th ST 3275100 TONITE and TUESDAY Evening Shows only at 8 p.m. Final Matinee Tuesday at 2 p.m. FAREWELL EMM OF A GREAT MOTION PICTURE! Your last chance to see DAVID LEAN'S FILM P OF BORIS PASTERNAKS 'I f DOCTOR i IN PANAVISION'AND METROCOIOR INT ADULT COUEGi x-XlHiffiE! TONiGHT thru WED. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN HE CAME BACK TKE DEAD FOR REV B with Nine Diabolical Curses ...BEES...BATS...BIEASTS... LOCUSTS... DflRICWESS... DEATH! VINCENT PRICE'JOSEPH DR. PHIBES HUGH GRIFFITH-TERRY-THOMAS Ifjassarl I SECOND SCREAMER ONEBYONETHEYDED .ILLI PALMER (M I Pa I I N.i.' I >ni'h'i "SMirrl t. Hf.v.-f I LEISTER'S MUSIC rnmount Thentro Bldg. j LETHBRIDGE _________ ____ I Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty food, and prompt friendly service. u MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 tS Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Ll! Monday fo fiiflny from to 2 p.m. 'S5W Special In Effect Mon., Tues. and Wed TEEN BURGER FRENCH FRIES REGULAR BEVERAGE Available At Both Locations 210 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-6056 OPEN DAILY AT A.M. 1607 Mayor Mag rath Dr. Ph. 327-8255 ;