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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Oclober 20, 1971 MACLEODS "CHARGE IT" THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY PHEKTEX 2 Reg. 88c MOUTHWASH...........................-...... 17-oz. MARSHMALLOW PIES Reg., each 57c. 12's TOILETRIES POPULAR BRAND ASSORTED CHERRY CHOCOLATES LOWNEY'S BRIDGE MIX LOWNEY'S 1 BORN FREE PROTEIN SHAMPOO........................Reg. 1.99 RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT 5-oz. BRYLCREAM KING SIZE CREST TOOTHPASTE FAMILY SIZE.. MACLEODS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-4240 f V S ''f t II, ,v The Shah of Iran defends himself against charges of extravagance, discussed the possibility of eventual abdication, and denied he had any territorial ambitions in the Persian Gulf. In a wide-ranging news con-Ifercnce at his S'aadabad Palace in Tehran the Shah angrily dismissed suggestions that he had 1 spent more money than Iran could afford on the six-day pageant marking the 25th centenary of the founding of the Persian empire. "How can a sound mind ask f 'f l f f f and Mail building and Ihc Imperial Oil development in downtown Toronto. The Social Credit Party of Ontario will continue lo support Gezi Matrai, its provincial election candidate in the Toronto High Park riding, the party president says. Paul Fromm told an all-candidates meeting in Toronto that Matrai "has guts and that's the kind of man we need in the egislature today." Matrai, 27, was charged in Ottawa with common assault in the attack Monday on Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin. it to The Archbishop of Canterbury said in Toronto white persons should not be shocked when black leaders advocate violent revolution because they are only following the example of oppressed whites in the Western world. Dr. Michael Ramsey said racial strife is becoming worse each year and it "isn't surprising when the black races aren't willing tu go on following white supremacy." President Nixon's new foreign-affairs assignment for Treasury Secretary John B. Connally has spurred fresh speculation that Nixon is grooming him as a 1972 running mate. White House officials MISHAP KILLS is Kills himself RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) Nineteen persons were PANAMA CITY (Renter) -killed when a bus said to be Trade Minister Hernan Porras heavily overloaded plunged into was found shot dead Monday gullev on a road near the and a ministry spokesman said Indian border in Punjab Mon- he had apparently taken lis day, the Pakistan Times re- own life. His body was found in ported Tuesday. llis office at the ministry. HIGHLIGHTS! SPORT: Pro Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. The Buffalo Sabres meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. MOVIE ADVENTURE: (i p.m., Ch. 7. A spy spoof pitting a U.S. foreign correspondent against the Red Chinese and a criminal mastermind. MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: "Grand 8 p.m., Ch. 13. An exciting story about a retired professor who mastei minds a diamond theft in Rio de Janeiro. COMEDY: "No That's Me Over SiIlO p.m., Ch. 7. An eternal triangle with a difference. SPECIAL: Men of Luncnbcrg, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. A portrait of the men who for generations have gone down to the sea in wooden trawlers to catch swordfish. ADVENTURE SPECIAL: "The Gold 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Tlie days of the Caribou gold rush are re-created hi this documentary. MOVIE DRAMA: "Once A p.m., Ch. 7. Down on her luck, a girl turns to shoplifting and a parasitic bookie. -THURSDAY MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "The Lawless 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The story of a man who left his Texas home at an early age and embarked on a gunfighting career. MOVIE WESTERN: "Thunder in the 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. The leader of a wagon kain loses his sense of direction when he falls for a beautiful passenger. i V SHAH OF IRAN Defends himself question like snapped reporter referred to spending of about billion. He said the total cost of the festival would not be much more than that of the two banquets he threw for 700 guests at the luxurious tent city in tapped the only Democrat in the cabinet as his official representative at the Oct. 31 inauguration of South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu. The officials said, without giving details, that Connallv Trimbles S TV 1 Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. H Any variation in program it due J shadow of the nuns of visit other countries on Trimbles' Brig. Eric Haldenby, 79, the first Canadian to achieve the rank in the Second World War, died in Toronto hospital following a lengthy illness. The honorary lieutenant-colonel of the 48th Canadian Highlanders was a noted Toronto architect who designed, among other buildings, the University of Toronto library, the it is the Vietnam visit a seemingly unusual assignment for a man best known as the chief spokesman for the new Nixon economic policy that most intrigued this intrigue-minded capital and started the tongues wagging anew about the possibility he might supplant Spiro T. Agnew as N i x o n 's vice presidentia CHEC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Country John Oliver run RirhirH pnrrinn Major News, Soorl Richard Gordcn 3.00 Richard Gordon fl.30 Ncws _ stoch, Barry Hegland 3-45 crifccl ie News, Sporls THURSDAY Leo Dow News, Sports Jim Shearer Tofal Information Bob Hesketh CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Jim Elliot News.- Wthr, Sporl ROD Ingram Show News, Wthr, Sporl Prices Jonn Walker Show Phone Bill Show Jack Thys 12-30 a m Doug Ander- World Series Malinee son Show Wayne Barry Rob Ingram THURSDAY Probe 1220 World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT, Bob Cende Don Hodman Don McMasler Major News Major Sports Major Sports Mike Murry a.m. Don McMasler CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberta Concerts TflURSDAY World at Six News As It Happens Vancouver Chamber World at 9 Concern Arts This Country Between Ourselves Orchestra Radio Noon News, Sports, Wthr urcne.iirct Take ]f From Here From Capitals NewE- Wlhr Max Ferguson Five Nights a week Jazi Track World at 6 Stations for TV REGINA (CP) Calgary television station CFCN would be hardhit if it failed in its bid to establish a rebroadcasting station in Red Deer, the Canadian radio television commission was told here. H. G. Marshall, station manager, said that if the commission turned down the CFCN application it "would have a disastrous effect on our f u t u r e-plans." The Calgary station and CFRN-TV Edmonton have entered competing applications for a Red Deer rebroadcaster. The CFCN proposal is backed by CKRD-TV Red Deer, a CBC private affiliate. The Calgary and Edmonton stations would both bring CTV network service to Red Deer. INDICATE PREFERENCE CFRN told the commission that 60 per cent of the viewers in the Red Deer area have indicated a preference for the Edmonton station over the Calgary outlet. Calgary is about 185 miles south of Edmonton and Red Deer is about mid-way between the two centres. E. W. Chapman, CFCN president, said he is concerned about the station's attractiveness to advertisers. If CFCN gained the Red Deer rebroadcaster it would reach 3.4 per cent fewer viewers than CFRN. But if the CFRN application won, the Edmonton station would have a 34 per cent lead over CFCN. Mr. Champman said that additional revenue gained through the Red Deer rebroadcaster would help CFCN in attempts to extend CTV service to Medicine Hat and other Alberta centres. WRTTEN DUAL G. R. A. Rice, CFRN president, said the Red Deer rebroadcaster would provide revenue for future CFRN rebroad-castcrs in northern Alberta. Mr. Rice said he understood CFRN had a verbal agreement with CKRD Red Deer about moving into the Red Deer station's territory. But he had learned only two weeks ago that CKRD and CFCN had concluded a mitten deal. He said he is sure something can be worked out with CKRD if the licence is granted to CFRN. Henry Flock, president of CKHD, said that has agreed to give CKRD an annual income to offset 60 outlet cent loss of audience if the re-broadcaster is set up. The Calgary station had also agreed to allow CKRD to use CFCN facilities to carry programs from the Red Deer station to Hanna, Alta. Mr. Flock said that even with this compensation his television station would lose money because of the new station in the Red Deer Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CARE SPECIAL OVER MIUS? FOR SAFETTS SAKt DRIVE IN FOR t BRAKE DEI IUE KELINE GUARANTEES "Reline and install bonded Check wheel cylinders content rilling success CALGARY (CP) The Canadian-content ruling for broadcasting has undoubtedly been a success, chairman Pierre Ju-neau of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission said here. The ruling is an example of what can be done to assist Canadian talent and there has been "no strong protests" about it, he told a news conference. However, it was not possible to "legislate Canadian culture." "I don't think you can force people to do anything or force them lo stop doing anything. But you can help along certain developments." The 30-per-cent ruling is also a fair quantitative base for encouraging Canadian production of television shows, he said. Without it Canadian networks could settle for "hockey and news" and still have consider- able Canadian master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings Repack front wheel be arinw JIMMIE DO THE JOB Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 TEA Truth or Movie: Our Town Consequences Once a Thief Movie: Teleprobe 7 Lawless Breed Movie: Matchless THURSDAY Galloping Gourmel 8-00 This Land Romper Room Take JO No That's Me Mr. Dressup Edge of Night Over There A City Story Psychiatrist Lunenberg (c) Friend y Giant Drop In 10-00 The Gold Seekers 10: .15 Cnez Helene Truth or News (c) Sesame Street Consequences (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News North Mapla NHL Buffalo at Unlversily of Air Bewitched 30 House of Frighten- Eeaf the Clock Movie: stein c) Movie: Thunder Grand Slam (c) Uncle Bobby (c) In the Sun (c) SporlKbeat '71 Program Hi Lights Man Trap 11 Of) News (c) Fashions In Sewing Another World (c) News Parlons Francais Anything HMO Pendulum Ed Allen (c) You Can Dn David Frost In Conversation Dick Van Dyke THURSDAY All Aboul Faces Buckshot Thought for Day Pierre Dorlon Hinlsfonos (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show Ic) News duties for Horner EDMONTON (CP) Agri- culture Minister Hugh Horner has been appointed minister in charge of the Alberta Emergency Measures organization, it was announced today. Dr. Horner, also deputy pro- 1 uier, will adminisler lite Civil Defence and Disaster Act as >art of his new The D.A. Concenlralion