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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April 1970 THE IITHMIDGE HEUID It Supertanker Off On Second Trip To Icy Arctip ._....-_ i ___ ile In chulv BflffEn NEWPORT NEWS, Vi. (AP) The supertanker Manhattan ieft the Newport News Ship- buikliiig and Dry Dock Co. Fri- day for a second test voyage iota the icy Arctic. Within i little more than a week, the Ice break- er-tank'er mill be plowing through unbroken fields of ice seeking answers la questions not answered last fall on the re- built vessel's first voyage through the Passage. The sHp, originally scheduled to leave two days afo, had un- dergone topside repair and re- 23. Rich Little Airs Views On Political Satire eived new equipment since ils rrival at Ihe shipyard March t. Humble OU Co. delayed the departure fo permit additional nspeclion and provide fleiibil- ty for the personal amnge- rnents required by the as- signed for the two nwofhs's ex- ploration of the Baffin Bay area. TV. TORONTO (CP) Political voices satire is more popular in Can- act out of ada than in the United States, there's r says Bkh little, the Canadian act mimic irho has performed in both countries. One satirical imitation of Lyn- don Joteson a couple of years ago caused his New York book- ing to be cancelled, but created little other reaction in the U.S. However, bookings "really cune fast" from Canada, he said. "Satire is a very hard area to work in. There's a tendency to get too intellectual.. to make jokes of events that only politicians and newspaper iren would get, or to go over to the other side and become too vi- cious. It's hard to maintain a good balance. Certainly the sat lire shouldn't be vicious but i should be a little biting." He writes his own Canadian I material and organizes the con cept "My American politic.i material is dreamed up by housewife in Detroit, who's alsc writing for Don Rickles and Jack Carter. She has a funn voices and you can't make the Plans for the trip do not call for the Mannattan to plow through to the Alaskan Oil fields as it did OB its last voy- age. Instead, scientists about plan to sludy the Baffin area, testing instruments and equipment refined and revised since the last voyage. The tanVer will be closely watched by the Canadian gov- ernment. Humble had to agree to a list of 24 safety require- ments drawn up by the Cana- dian government and was re- quired to post a bond la guarantee there would be no pollution of the Baffin Bay. The Canadian icebreaker St. Laurent is to join the Manhat- tan off Halifax. you can't make the impressions Uiere's more Rich Little in the His material is simple, he said. "I know nothtnc about pol- nothing more than what's in the newspapers sbd radio or There aren't many opportuni- ties now to see Little. play in Canada. "Everyone thinks, Canadian, so we can get m after s U.S. that's no onger the case. 1 mind, and can devote her sell to one project, while mos NOMINATED FOR TONY AWARDS Acress Helen Hoyes, left, laughs at quip by lauren Bacall during din- per in New York held to announce this year's nominees professional writers must divic for the Tony awards. Miss .Hayes was nominated in the 1 their lime among category of best actress in a drama, which Miss Bocall nominated in the best actress in a musical division The awards are to be presented April His act has changed in 11 last few years. Little found 11 audiences "have heard all the DAVE PARKER AUCTION SALE Located on Hiflhwoy 25, 1 mite north then li east of PICTURE MITTE, ALBERTA WED., APRIL 8-11 a.m. CASH Ha LUNCH SERVED ving received instructions from Mr. Dave Po.ker, we will offer for sale at auction Ihe followma: Fifteen Appeals CLARESHOLM (HNS) -I Fifteen appeals for a reduction I n assessment were leard by the Claresliolm court of appeal comprised by Mayor Ernie Pat- erson and .councillors 3ach, Don Clark, Bill Laing and Cliff Symmonds. Ed Bakes bad the assess- ment on lots No. 11 and H cut from to Floyd Norby had unimproved land re- assessed from to Elevator No. 2 of Alberta Wheat Pool was reduced from to Soby and Smith lot and improvements reduced from to Nixon Seeks Hike In Postal Rates WASHINGTON (AP) Presl-