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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY Mi intern whose life has been a story of failure and tragedy and he's falling in love with a critically ill patient. COMEDY i Bol) Newliart, p.m., Ch. 1. A half-hour of frustration as the psychologist tries to say "I love you" to his mother. VARIETY: Tlic Partridge Family. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Grow- ing pains are hurting all members of the Partridge family. DRAMA: Gliusl Slory, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of n woman trapped in a strange world between reality and nightmare. CRIME DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Cli. 7. A mystery that leads Cannon from a dead man to illegal smuggling. POLITICS: Campaign Report, 10 p.m., ch. 1- On the campaign trail in Quebec with David Halton. At p.m., Ch. 7, Policy statements from the NDP, Liberal and Pro- gressive Conservative parties. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A salute to Carol Burnett with her husband and show cast as guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "Since You Went a.m., Ch. 7. A sentimental, moving view of the home front during World War II. 4ctors passed iiat to live Prbgramt ere filled by lh> radio and television stations. Any variation in program it due to last, minute changes by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. EDMONTON (CP) Tuc ECiiffed floors in the old school are spotted with paint and squeak if one of the actors treads too heavily. But the shabby surround- ings have not deterred a com- pany of young performers from adding a new dimension to theatre in the city through a series of origins) produc- tions delving into controver- sial subjects such as rape and Western Canada nationalism. Known as the Edmonton Experimental Theatre, the company started two years ago when Edmonton native Is- abelle Foord, a staunch fem- i n i s t and self-proclaimed Western Canada nationalist, was looking for an outlet for young performers who did not want to leave the city or go to university. She prefers to be known as Ms. Ms. Foord, who his a mas- ter's degree from the Univer- sity of Alberta and has per- foi'iiiecl in television in New York, started workshops and the actors mounted a few pro- ductions. But facilities were a prob- lem. "We went from day-to- day looking for a place to work. We scrounged around, going door-to-door scavenging for props and costumes." The actors passed the hat to survive, and in February, 3871, received a Local CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvim Contemporary Sporll Leo Dow: Farm Newi Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Cl.ec Trading Po-.l 1 :M Grain Prices 5'00 Buryl Clark Lto DOT call 6-55 Farm Jnhn Oliver 8-25 Bob HesKelh Farm Ne'.s Cner-lini Caltlt Price! CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whitt, Bill Motheson Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card train Initiatives Program grant. "There's not one theatre In Canada that Is not subsidized in one way or said Ms. Foord. The company, wliich plans to change its name to Theatre West, received a extension of the grant, Four- teen performers and produc- tion workci-s are each paid a week. Performances are held in a converted school building. Six of the first seven pro- ductions were original plays written by individual mem of the group or as team effort. Plays have deal with what Ms. Foord called "the politics of Louis Hiel and "the simple, ordi nary people of the West." WOMEN HELP RUN IT Ms. Foord is determined t make a place for women the theatre. "Theatre is the most sexist institution in the world. There arc few women directors and few good roles for women." In addition to Ms. f'oord, the theatre management in- cludes a female general man- ager, assistant director and production assistant. The Edmonton Experimen- tal Tiieatre also puts on chil- dren's productions, one aspect Ms. Foord said "is the most downgraded brand of theatre in Canada.11 Monday, 16, 197i THE IETHBRIDG8 HERALD million more annually urged for foster care EDMONTON (CP) A gov- irnment sponsored committee las called for a large Increase n expenditures to Increase the uality of (oster care programs n Alberta. Social Development Minister sTeil Crawford, however, said he report has Immense finan- implicationa about million more a year and eeds considerable deliberation. The report said the public views foster care with lack of mowlcdge and low esteem ahc! efforts are needed Lo elevate he status of foster parents. The three memljer, govern- ment appointed committee named last April, made Us findings public in a 105 page professional training. A broader range ot inslitu- lonal services for children un- ble to be placed In foster lomes because of special prob- ems was urged. Institutions should only be resorted to when oster homes cannot be provid- ed, the report said. Accreditation for specialized residential or institutional fos- ,er care was recommended to help establish provincial stand- ards for foster care facilities. It also recommended that current child legislation should be revised "to recognize the basic principle that decision- making, whenever It concerns the welfare of a foster child, goes hand-in-hand with respon- King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler MONDAY NIGHT Probe World at John Walker Request Una John Charles Barry Htgland News and Prices Jack Thys TUESDAY CQC News Jim EllicH Phone Bill Joan 5-pa pro at Six MONDAY thru a.m. Don Jim Elliot -A- CHEC FM if News, Wthr., Sports Hourly SAT Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY MIGHT Hnme Run SBC Nev.'i News F-ree lime RoUlical 6-00 World at six As II Happens Between ourselves Wthr, Sport worn Graveyard TUESDAY Eye Openrr 'World at Eight Calojry Eye Open The Capilals This Cour.try Nights A Radio Noon bfock Market fAax Ferguson Dob Kfirr Home Run BBC Newi News Free Time Polilica World .6! Six GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! LETHBR1DGE CHAPTER OF CREDIT UNIONS ANNUAL CREDIT UNION DAY Dance and Social Saturday, Oct. 21st-9 to 1 LETHBRIDGE CIVIC CENTRE Open to all Credit Union members and Iheir invited guests, TICKETS PER PERSON AVAIIABIF. AT YOUR CREDIT UNION OFflCE SHE MAKES HEADLINES Margaret Trodeau, wlfo of Prime Minister Trudeau, seems to be reaping most of the headlines among the wives of party leaden during the federal election campaign. One such occasion occurred In a Vancouver hotel when hotel staff didn't recognize her and refused lo give ths number of her husband's room (CP Wirephoto) report. Committee chairman. Judge A. P, Catonio of the Juvenile and Family Court, told a news j conference foster homes in the; province are generally of good standards but much Improve- ment is needed in all aspects of foster care programs. Recommendations include an minediate 25-per-cent increase in payments to a year to 'oster parents for each child In ;heir care, with provision for f ut u re annual adjustments based on the cost of living index. The report also called for Im- mediate improvement in quali- fications for provincial social workers in the child welfare field, saying that only four ol 70 supervisors employed by the health and social development department in this area have sibility." DIETRICH DENTURE ClINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suita 8-304 5th St. S. Ch. 327-7244 Letnbridns CLOSED TONIGHT THRU THURSDAY ilm directors t See it it's new at ANGLO Model CF 620 Complete stereo cass- ette carder and FM stereo tuner. ch o combination of Hi-Fi CF 610 and CF 620 ore a sfereo tuner ond complete stereo casselte tape recorder. Now you con enjoy recording or ploying pre-recorded itoreo plus listen to your favourite programs on AM or FM. Feoluresi Highly sensitive tuner, solid slato amplifier with 15 waits dynamic power, lope selector, lopo pilot light jocks. CF 610 is housed in a portable enclosure with imort block leatherelto lid-iolegroled speakers. CF 620 is enclosed in handsome- cabinet plus separate Complete with 2 F 25 microphones. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centet 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" MOVIES -TtOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Thealre "CARRY ON HENBY" In color. Starring Sidney James and the 'Carry On Gang'. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, October 16, 17 and 18. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MINX" In color. Starring Jan Sterling. Plus "AROUSED" In color. Starring Janice Lennon. Mon- day, Tuesday anrl Wednesday, October 16, 17 and 18. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK.- Fox Theatre "THE LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLEY" In color. Starring Fred Williamson and D'urville Martin. Mon- day Tuesday and Wednesday. October 16, 17 and 18. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "SILENT RUNNING" In Technicolor. An Incredible adventure that journeys beyond imagination! Monday, October 16. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILAN1 (ReuterV Italy's national union of writers came Friday to the defence of film director Pcir Paolo Pasolini, is- suing a "clear and formal pro- test" against tlie confiscation of i his film' The Canterbury Tales. j Tiie film, which won this year's Golden Beard award at the Berlin Film Festival, was well-known directors as Julien Duvivier, Jean Renoir and Marcel Carne. ADELAIDE. Australia (Ren tor> British pop singer Joe Cocker and six other persons travelling with him were ar rested today on drug charge: CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) srizecMasi week by order of a after a police swoop on a mo- Naples magistrate on ground of'. obscenity. j A lawyer engaged by Crx In Italy, a confiscation order t singer anct five of til issued by a local magistrate is! j: t hera Monday, with possessing and using mar juana. The seventh person wa charged with possessing heroin resents a large section of Ital- ian writers, issued a statement saying that (lie confiscation was a serious set bringing back memories of Fascist times. TAN OIL, Argentina (API A French movie actor, who won popularity in the 1930s and later bad to flee from his coun- try lor having co-operated with liie Nazis during the Second World War, died here Thurs- day. He was Robert le Vigan, 73, who played important parts in scripts with Jean Gahin and Madeleine Renaud, under Eucb SALE! SALE! SALE! BEAUTIFUL THOMAS ORGANS From Only crt PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 530 Slh Street South Phone 327-7534 The LETHBRIDGE ROTARY CLUB Is pleased to present LINDA GAY FLITTON FRIDAY, OCT. 20th 8 p.m. YATES CENTRE Advance now on tola at Lei tier's and at Cenlre Door Oct. 20...... ADMISSION by Rolory Club In eon unction with Th.8 Provlncfl of Alberta LINDA GAY FLITTON Performing Arfi On Tour. BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE 5 MONDAY NIGHT Crossfire (c) J-00 Lels MflVfr a Deal Movie: Since YOJ CJOC News Away Movie: TUESDAY I lent of Arirjcr Super Her cos Ron Newtwl Pi note Wo Family F-arm Cannon Mr. Drc.ssup Thir, K Law Canadian Schooll Quebec Special Friendly Giant TO'JO free Time Political Chez Hefene News Mi day CJOC Mewi Joan Waterfield Marine Boy Pink Panther I: DO Truth or 0 Na cy Miller Fd AHiin Tafce JO Edge e1 Family Court Drop In Make A Deal CFCN Lefhbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY H1GHT Slar Trek Sandy Duncan News Medical Centre Rollin' Ghoil Mory Night Gallery Pig and WhisHt Ironifdfl (tt News 11-70 News (c> Griffin iiDAV Tlwughl lor Day UniversHy of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Yotia Community Calender tc) FflSfiiooi In Sev.ir Psrlons Frances Trouble with Tracy 10-00 Liie Style 11.00 Berfon 11 ;X The Beat the Clock Shew Bucksno' Crveckpoinl Somerset Anolrer War la Wf.afs the Good Word Do (c) Sfar Trek The Brady Movie: KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Salute to Agriculture Ccncenlraticiri Today Show (cl Turn! Today in Monlana Doclors Price Is Riqhf Worlo M Sail 0( Century srorni Squares CO Mike Douglas Jeopardy (c) Family Who, Wha1, Where JrtVpr's Wild Game News News News 3-00 News