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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta !TV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY UOCUMI5NTAKY: "Five Years in Ibe n p.m., Ii ILm., t'li. 7. A look info Ihe lives of European immigrants Mike and Mary Kidman who arrived in East Coulee on the Hud Doer River, Alberta, in 1952. DOCTOR DltAATA: Medical Center, p.m.. Ch. 13: Forrest Tucker's character study of a highly respected coun- try doctor whoso 2.1-year career as a bogus physician is about to be exposed. FAMILY COMEDY: T'arlmlgc Family, 8 p.m.. Ch. 7. Rob Reiner of "All in the Family" plays a burly motor- cycle bruiser who is embjrrassing Laurie. CKIMK DRAMA: Cannon, p.m., Ch. 7. flighjackillg killers :ire Cannon's quarry in "Call Unicorn." WESTERN: Nichols, p.m., Ch. 13. Reluctant sheriff James Gamer gets a cliance to get back at Ma Kefcham, the old gal who conned liin? into the job. PANEL: Fninl Page. Challenge, p.m., Ch. 7. To- ronlo columnist Kidney Kalz joins the regular panelists. DOCUMENTARY: Nature of Tilings, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. This series returns for its fourth season vrllh a report on the Great Lakes. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, in p.m.. Ch. 13. Ironside deals with a theft ring winch specializes in stealing credit care's. TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "On The 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man who is running away from his past gets a job in a gas station. Stars Noil McCallum, brother of ex-CJOC-TV weath- erman Sandy. MOVIE WESTERN: "JO Guns lo Apache 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The 1967 movie of a cavalry captain vs. Apaches and a treacherous corporal. Trimbles by the radio arid televliion si Any'vdrtallon program iherfule: ii due (o ehortgti by ifo iWfloHl and it not the responsibility ol Ihe Gerald ,.r Trimbles Tit. Supply. CHEC if News on (he Hour Weather on the Half Hour Richard Gordon MONDAY NIGHT John Oliver bh Tli.il nrwilrliPd pnsswoid Canadian film industry shows big growth TORONTO (CJ'J The growth of the Canadian film in- dustry has increased competi- tion for the Canadian Film Awards. This year's 23rd annual festival will feature a record 24 films. A spokesman for I he awards ly entered arc not goinn to be shown. From films submitted by i their distributors, a pre-sclec- lion committee has chosen the 04 competing films and 29 films lo be shown out of competition, year's awards festival fca- fesfival, which got under way 1 lured CG competing films. 12 of Friday, said there were so'" many submissions that for the first lime all the films original- fhcm features. Free screenings for the sec- ond consecutive year will allow Hie public to view the films with fhr inturnalional jury. The single exception is the feature film nip-Off by D o n S'iicbih of Toronto, whose first film Coin1 Down The Road was Uie choice of last year's judges as the best Canadian feature film of 1970. If will have ils world premiere at a downtown Ihealre Thursday, final night of judging. French widow is bride Actor Yul Bry nner marries PARIS (AP) Actor Yu Btyimcr married Jacqueline De Croisscl, a French widow, in private ceremony two days ago "somewhere in a friend of Brynner's said today. It was the third wedding for Lirynner, the 51-year-old screen star and the second for lus bride whose first husband, Phi- lippe De Croisset, a journalist, died a few years ago. Brynner's marriages to Virginia Gilmore, an American, and Doris Klei- ner, a Chilean, ended in di- vorce BOSTON (AP) Gene Autry left the Massachusetts TCye and Ear infirmary Friday after sur- gery on a detached retina. The former singing star was said to be in "splendid cnndi- :inn" before he left and praised .he surgeons who operated on nis right eye. Aulry said his vision began lo :ade about three or four months ago. MILAN, Italy (Heuter) A Milan judge ruled here thai :he Ken Russell film The Dev- .1s, which includes a scene showing an orgy by nude, sex- crazed nuns, is not obscene. Judge Giuseppe Patrone over- turned a counlry-widc ban on (he film, imposed last week hy the deputy public prosecutor of Verona. "'atrone was backed in his de- cision by the deputy public pros- ecutor of Milan, Dr. Giovannia Caizzi, who said that since the film depicted well-documented historical factst it could not be considered offensive to religion. The British film, which stars Oliver Reed and Vanessa Red- grave, is based on the life of a corrupt priest in 17th-century France. NEW YORK (AP) Arthur Ililler, film director of Love SLory and Plaza S'uitc, will pro- duce and direct the movie ver- sion of Man of La Mancha, United Artists has announced. The film of the musical, to star Peter O'Toole and Sophia Loren, is set to start production in Italy early next year. Hospital workers settle strike EDMONTON (CP) A set- tlement was reached Saturday in a week-old strike by 310 ser- vice workers at Misericordia Hospital who had been restrict- ed in their picketing by a court order. Don Gardner, deputy labor minister, saad in a statement the employees and the hospital administration settled on a 2G- per cent increase on the base rale over 27 months. The employees will return to work at midnight Tuesday night, he said. No further ratifi- cation of the agreement was necessary. Representatives of the em- ployees, members of the Ser- vice Employees International Union and the hospital admini- stration agreed that no discrim- inatory or disciplinary action would be taken because of the strike which started Sept. 18- The new contract is retroac- tive to Feb. 15, 1971. The wages of the service em- ployees before the settlement ranged from to ?709 a month. Ils competition in Ihc feature' film category includes Albert S. Waxman's The Crowd Inside and Ihe National Film Board of Canada's Mon Oncle Anfoin, both screened Friday night. Tiki Tiki, by Potte-'fon Pro- duction Inc. of Montreal, Loving and Laughing, a Cinepix Inc. producl'on; and Fortune and Men's Eyes, the Cinemcx Inter- national Canada Ltd. produc- tion ol Toronlonian John Her- bert's play of homosexuals and prisons, are all being screened tonight. Other features; I'm Going To Get You Elliott Boy, by Cinepro Productions Lid. of Edmonton; The Reincarnate, by Meridian Films Ltd. of Toronto; Clarke Mackey's The Only Thing You Know; The Proud Rider, by Lighthouse Films Ltd. of Osh- awa; Foxy Lady, by Ivan Reit- man Productions Ltd. of To- ronto; The Bleuc, by Potterton Produc- tions; and Life and Times of Chester Angus Ramsgood, by j David Curnik of Vancouver. The National Film Board leads the competitors with 21 entries, while the CBC has 20 and the Ontario Educational Communications Authority six. The judges will select best films in 16 categories. They also will choose recipients of 11 fea- ture film cralt awards and 13 non-feature film craft awards. This year's international jury I comprises Boslcy Crowther, for- mer New York Times critic; Alex North, HolIjTvood com- poser; Edgar Aiistey. Britisli documentary specialist; Louise I Bresky, Calgary film crilic; and Jean-Pierre Tadres of Mont- real's Le Devoir. The awards will be presented Oct. 1. A guest of the awards cere- mony will be Darryl Zanuck, head of Twentieth-Century Fox, the US. film giant. Mondoy, September 27, 1971 THE lETHBRIDGf HERAIU _ 5 FOUNDED HY CHEEKS The French port of Marseille was founded by Greek sailon about COO BC. Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight MONDAY, SEPT. 27th thru SATURDAY, OCT. 2nd FEATURING "BILL AND MARIE BREIN" UPTOWN COUNTRY POP AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FUflY LICENSED PHONE 71100 It I REEN ACRES jiiiidTioN OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I STARTS TOMORROW STANLEY KRAMER'S ADULT iPANtVISION' STARRING ANTHONY QU1NN "SOLOMON AND SHEBA" In color with GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ZEPPELIN" Tn Technicolor. Slarring Michael York, Elke Sommer and Rupert Davies. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 27, 28 and 29. Monday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE SOLDIER BLUE1' In color. Starring Camlice Bergen and Peter Slrauss. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday. September 27, 28 and 29. Monday show at p m. Restricted Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DOCTOR'S WIVES" In color. Doctor's Wives Have Everylliini; Except Husbands. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Scplember 27, 2B and 29 Monday show al p.m. Reslriclcd Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "RED SKY AT MORNING" In color. Slarring Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns and Dcsi Arnaz Jr. Monday and Tuesday, September 27 and 28. Tuesday show al p.m. Adult. Louglieed learn gels lessoiis iii Ontario EDMONTON (CP) Prem- ier Peler Lougheed has sent lorn- members of his personal staff to Ontario lo study gov- ernment organization. "They are going through the Ontario government offices lo see how they work or don'l Mr. LouKheed said Fri- day. fed Mills, administrator to the Alberta cabinet, Harry II o b b s, executive secretary, Harold Million, executive as- sislant, and Joe Hutlon, press secretary, n'iU return Tuesday. Both Ontario and A1 b e r I a have Progressive Conservative governments, although Alber- ta's is only three weeks old. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridgi What are you waiting for? You con join Weight be on your way to a slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.i Wednesdays p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lllh STREET and 4th AVENUE SOUTH ATTENTION CARDSTON and VICINITY Weight Wntchers is contemplating a class for your area. If interested please call 6533987 TKST HI'' STRENGTH HALIFAX (CP) Organized labor in N'jva Scotia undertook a new test of strength today, vowing to organize workers at two Miclielin Hre Coip. plank. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Shorl Subjects "Last Run'1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "No Blade of Grass'1 "Pretty Maids in a Row" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Fool's Parade" "Land Raiders" Last Complete Show RREKN ACHES DHIVE-lN "Coogan's Bluff" "Ann of 1.000 Days" One Complete Show Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of IB quality Zenilh hearing aids. One of Ihem mighi be just right for you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenilh hearing aid Zenilh hearings aids are priced from Ihe quality EDP.S in before Ihe name goes on. Some talking, some listening, and a program that works." 'ail 01 bunj; mlhii coufr-ri lei (rcc fory Met. j LEISTER'S MUSIC 1 Paramounf Theatre Bldg. LETHBR1DGE________ NftW I _____________________________________ I PARKS AND RECREATION DEFT. CITY OF LETHBRIDCE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE September 28th October 4th, 1971 FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, September 29lh NOON HOUR SWIM 12- 1.00 p.m. (Adults only 25c admission) Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Friday, October 1st NOON HOUR SWIM 12 00- p.m. (Adults only 25c admission) Public Swim 7.-00- 9.-DO p.m. Saturday, 2nd Public Swim Sunday, October 3rd Public Swim 1 00- 5-00 p.m. Family Swim 6.00- p.m. (All children musl be accompanied by parents) Monday, October 4th NOON HOUR SWIM..... 12.00- p.m. (Adulls only 25c admission) ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, Oclober 2nd Public Skaling........... 4.00 p m. Public Skating p.m. Sunday, Oclober 3rd Beginners 2r30 p.m. Public Skating p.m. NOTE: The new fall and winler Family Swim and Skate Pass, is now on sale at the above facilities, during Public Skating end Swimming hours only. The pass is valued at 520.00 and will admit ihe enlire family 10 oil skating and swimming sessions from the dale of purchase, to May 15, 1972. Make Business a Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty Food, and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Smorgasbord Served every Montloy lo Fii- dny from 12 to 2 p.m. in our licensed Dining Room. n ihe uadilion of Hemingway and Bopart, ACADEMY AWARD WINNER George C Scott The. ast Run ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN AT AND P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE TONIGHT and TUES, FIRST SHOW AT P.M. COLUMBIA PICTURES nrestnls A JAMES LCE BARRETT-ANDRCW V McLA GLEN PRODUCJION NO. 2 "THE LAND RAIDERS" A VIRUS OF DOOM ENVELOPS THE EARTH! HIT "PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW" NO. 2 IN COLOR WITH ROCK HUDSON RESTRICTED ADULT U i CINEMA 4th AVE a Bih ST1 HELD OVER Tonight and Tues. FIRST SHOW STARTS AT P.M. ADULT Last Time Tonight GATES OPEN p M. SHOW AT P.M. ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS t RICHARD GISNKVIKVE DUUTON DUJOI.D MIT NO. 1 "COOGAN'S BLUFF" ;