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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGi HERAU) Saturday, April 4, Students Protest Appointment Of U.S. Professor i- .u. j- im raiwls munilv .We feel nationals of an- t surprising Mr. Tallma OTTAWA (CP) Placard- cam-ing students marched Fri- day'in front of Ibe Canada Council building protesting the appointment c! Professor War- ren Tallman, an American citi- zen, to the selection panel for the Governor-General's awards in literature for 1959. The students, associated with Carieton University Professor Robin Mathews, presented a written ycdtsl to the Canada Council declaring Mr. Tallman to be a "U.S. cultural imperial- ist." "We do believe Caajdian titi- LETKbklDGE FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION SPRING BANQUET and DANCE RIVIERA ROOM- PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL SATURDAY, APRIL 11 Refreshments p.m. Banquet 7-9 p.m. i bancing-Cameoi le 1 Guest Speaker, TOM O'KEEFE OF CAIGARY, Vive-President, Alberta Fish ond Gome Association Ticket! Sales At HOYI'S, TAKSON'S HAItDWARf, HEINITZ S1AT1ONEB New Charge Of Fraud Is Laitl EDMONTON (CP) Ian Mactie, 51, of Edmonton, re- served ejection and in po- lice court on a new charge at fraud of He was re- manded to April 14. Uaetie, former manager of the Ueadmlark Park Shopping I Centre, previously.was charged with defrauding the .devel- opment's majority shareholder, Leeds Development Ltd., of This charge was with- drawn today and a new charge laid. Mackie was released on his own recognizance of ANNOUNCEMENT zens should make up the panels f o r the Governor-General's the declaration said. In reply, council Chairman Peter Dwyer said the'council is aware that Mr. Tallman is an American. But he had been em- ployed in the English depart- ment of the University of Bri- tish Columbia since 1956. "The council was aware that Professor Tallman was born in the United States but did not in- quire further into the status of iis nationality in view-of the recognuwl contribution he has made to an appreciatioa of Ca- nadian writing." MADE CHOICE Henry Matow, 20, a second- year history student at Carieton University, said the protest group was launched by students of Prof. Mathews, who is a leader in the campaign against "Americanization" of Canadian universities. Of Mr. Tallman, Mr. Makow said: "He has chosen not to become a Canadian citizen. "That indicates be isn't will- ing to make a permanent com- mitment to the Canadian com- munity. We feel nationals of an- other country should not be holding positions where they can decide what aspects of Ca- nadian culture get recognition." Mr. Dwyer said later he found POLLUTE TODAY PERISH TOMORROW! Canadians Eye Oscars MONTREAL (CP) Two directors and a producer from the National Film Board left Friday (or Hollywood where they hope (o pick up two Os- cars at the Academy Awards presentation next TuesJay. Bill Mason and Doug Jack- son, director and producer of Blake which is nominated in the five action short category, and Ryan Larkui, director of Walking, will attend the awards events prior to introducing their films the American Film In- stitute. Blake is a 20-minute film about a imm, tired of the frus- tration and bustle of city life, excapes Tor an adventurous and poetic weekend in an open, cockpit biplane. Walking, nominated as top cartoon subject, is a fivfrmin- ule animated fite which inter- pret various personality types through their walks. t surprising Mr. Tallman had not become a Canadian citizen but "I consider it a very per- sonal matter." People inter- ested in the reason should ask Ur. Tallman. The protestors inviled Mr. Tallman to resigo, asked the council to request his resigna- tion and suggested the Gover- nor-General say pubBc'y he wants Canadians to name the award-winners. FEATURING: DENNIS MCDONALD ANDY RUSSEU ROY OSfW STAN KLA5SEN FORT WHOOP-UP. REAL ESTATE AGENCIES pleased the a-ppointmerit of Roy Olsterond Stem Klassen to their soles They irt well experienced in the real estate business, and will welcome ony Inquir- ies. Phone 328-3251 or 328-9362. BE SURE TO WATCH THE THIRD PROGRAM IN THIS NEW SERIES OF COLOR SPECIALS THE WORLD AROUND US a new television series created especially for ALBERTA viewers. 'This series provides viewers with a new look at the world of nature here in Canada. Trie wildlife of Canada's famous Rocky Mountains, the birds and animals of this beautiful province, the excitement and fascination of Canada's Arctic Yfilderness this and more will be seen through the camera of WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER AND LECTURER EDGAR T. JONES, PROGRAM THREE ARCTIC CANADA This trip leads down the mighty Mackenzie River beyond the Arctic Circle to Tuktoyaktuk and from the Mackenzie delta to the shore of Great Slave Lake you will see nature and life in the Arctic, CFCN-TV LETHBRIDGE CHANNEL 13 CFCN-TV CALGARY CHANNEL 4 brought to you by Canadian western natural qas O TED WILSON Spcakert-D'oplays-DiKuniom-Demoitttrariom-filmi WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL Anrnw ond IMfc StrMt Hint. SUNDAY, APRIL 5 Doom Open p.m. Main Program p.m. ADMISSION REE EVEItYONE WHCOME THIS AD SPONSORED THE DOWMTOWN KIWANIS CLUB Cancer CAN Be Beaten TOMORROW'S THE DAY! CANCER SUNDAY APRIL 5th Volunteers will be calling at homes in Lethbridge, Fort Macleod, Fore- most and New Dayton between and p.m. If not called upon by p.m. phone 327-5452 and a stand-by volunteer will call and pick up your donation. BAN ASHTRAYS CANBERRA (Reuters Australia has banned imports of Japanese ashtrays iearinf such slogans as Get High on Pot and live With LSD on the grounds that they encouraged drug usp. Bachelor Definitely Not Marrying Kind TORONTO (CP) 0. Paul Johns is not the marrying kind. The a r-o 1 d bachelor won in the recent Irish Sweepstakes and has been swamped by marriage proposals. He said in an interview Thursday he has received more than 25 proposals of marriage through the mail and on the telephone. One woman called at 3 a.m. to ask whether he would marry her daughter. He slammed down the pbjne and went out of town for four days V seclusion. Mr. Johns, who earns a year as a bank clerk, said he may even take a vacation in Spain to get away from for- tune-hunting women. "I want to stay the -I always he said. He intends to keep his job and put 99 per cent of his win- nings into the bank. LABOR CLUB Comer 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY S p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos....... Game Mo. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games T........ 20 All GAMES MU7I MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BUJE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards SQg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will oho be played m Hie club room for memben and their invtttd guetli Lions dob of Lethbridge 13th Town Country III CASH NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 PRIZES CHEC NEWS ON THE HOUR WEATHER ON THE HALF SATUtOAY NIGHT Scorls Weatner Wealher Dinner Showcase Carousel Back to rha Bruce Tlxxr.pson World Tomorrow Npws, Yrtalner Music tor Science Nilers a: 15 Three Bible News, Wftr, Sports Inst. Slgn-OH Hour- CHEC FM It.M Author Interviews lo Clawkal Gospel Hour Music Herb Johnson Tabernacle Choir to The Music Back lo Factory wifrt Cod Hour H. B. Carnaby World Tomorrow SUNDAY Music lor Sign On Late Nilers Over the P.alnoow Sign Off News, Sports, Wthr FM Back to Ggd Hour to p.m. wJrnlno Melodies Classicai Music Snowtirne News, Sports, Wrhr to Jean PauWy Sports The Music Factory Comments Luncheon Data MONDAY Caravan News Ron Stone News CJOC Farm. Show Sports Weather News The way I See It Slock Market Report Woman's World Jean Faulty Comments Way I See It Community Bulletin Board of the Land News i Sporls News on Hour Wlhr., Sports on Half Hour SATURDAY KI6HT COO Xtm Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson All Night onow SUNDAY Rob Ingram News Christian Science Sport) weather P4-.1 Tlvldar Cross Country at Boston Capital Report Sunshine Evangel Hour M-jsIc from the Prairies' Voice of Prophecy MONDAY Sunday Magaiim Jim Elliot Show Ingram Al Capp __ 11108 Church Broadcast New. Farm Show Probe News Wealher, Road Report News, B-jl kiln Board Probe 1220 News Wealner Farm News Sports Sp. Fealure News, Grain Prices Jack Thys Snow News Bulletin Board News SATURDAY KICHT Indian Magazine Rob McConneU Boss Brass Rock Groups Pratlty at 1 Movies CBC Stage k- CM Continental Rhap- sody Carl Tapscott Singers CBC ShowcaM Funny You Shocld Say That Cross Country Joyce Carol Dales NHL Toronto Wtiat's New at Music Past Studio '70 r.isht YOLT Two Bucks SUNDAY Worm Concert children's Stories NHL's Frank., Boucher Prairie Gardener Music from Pral- Sunday Magazine ries Sunday Supplement Late Lawrence- CBC Vancouver Leonard Clamber Orchestra MONDAY Capital Report Eye Oaener Weeketxi Sound of Sports Montreal Symphony world at Eight Comrnenlary Max FarousoB Galloping Gourmet. Gerrusil Nathan Cohen BBC New: Consumers Matinee cit short Stories Vibrations Noon ot Life Atter Noon Stocks Schocls Broadcast Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality Cdn. Round-Up Tempo Tempo RCA 23-INCH CONSOLE TV SET Instant picture 23-inch banded picture Tone control Holiday switch CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED WITH TRADE TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-ith Si. S. Phone 328-2328 Here's How You Can Win! THE PttlZE- The first cord with all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prizeof In the cast erf than enei blackout rtw winners may "play- cff" or split the priie. "X" UNCO WINNER Mn. M. iotokotki, 711 1 Wi StrM) C N. "L" MNGO WINNEt MK. KAY MPT, W Street North "H" MNOO WMNEK: iMbfiiV; Mn. Kay Mitt, leth. Mm PiemdMh, Hilkmt "SOUAK" MWO WmNHS: Mrs. Mvry lerhbridae CARDS ONIY EACH VTH! win company limited HEK ARE THE NVMKKS TO DATE: N-M, M, 1-7, 1-75, G-47, '0-72, H, 0-53, H7, N-45, N-42, O-71, 6-M, B-2, O-64, 1-24, 1-12, 6-51, HI, B-15, 1-16, O-4t, G-57, N-M l-ll, O4f, 1-26, G-55, N-31, 1-30, N-37 0-M, 1-20, M, 0-74, M, G-51, O-45 G-50, N-32, G-52, O-62, N-31, G-44 0-75, 1-21 THIS WEEK'S NUMBER: G-40 Additional numbers, plus ill numben already called will pvbKthW every in Tin Herald, WHEN YOU HAVf A WINNING CARD Phon. 327-8670 or 327-4915 immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS UONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS I COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Program to .administered by: YWCA, YMCA, CITY OF lETHBRIDCS and LETHBRIDGi COMMUNITY COUEGE following position, will available turn- for persons in Siimmor work: 1. DAY CAMP WMCTOK T position, 3 months ot per month 1 position, 3 ot per month QUAIIFICATIONS Senior student in recreation or al-_ field] preferred, or parsoni with extensive ex- perience in Day-Camp or overnight programs. DUTIES To program and supervise day-camp staff for children five days per week under the guidance of Community Summer Program Co-ordinalor. MINIMUM AGE 8 years. t. DAY CAMP LEADBtt Approximately 20 positions 2 months at J200.00 per month QUAIIFICATIONS University or Junior College stu- dents majoring In recreation or allied fields prefer- red or individuals with experience in either Day- Camps or overnight camp programs. DUTIES To program, supervise and instruct Day-Camp activities for assigned groups of children 8-12 years of age. MINIMUM AGE 18 years. J. PUN ClUi TO positions 2 months at 5200.00 per month QUAIIFICATIONS University or Junior College dents majoring In recreation or alllied fields pre- ferred or persons who hqve had experience in pro- gramming and supervising activities for children 6 ond 7 years old. DUTIES To supervise, program end Instruct activities for children 6 and 7 years of age plus assist in programming activities for youth 13 to 18 years old. MINIMUM AGE- 18 years. 4. DAY CAMP COONSlLlOiS IN TRAINING Approximately 12 positions 2 months at per month QUALIFICATIONS Students interested in recreational work with children ond desiring on opportunity to develop leadership skills. DUTIES Assisting in tho supervision'ond instruction of programs for children from 8 12 years of oge. MINIMUM AGE 16 years J. FUN UUB COUNSELLORS IN TRAINING 9 positions t months at per month QUAIIFICATIONS Should belong to some type of a leader corps or be interested in 6 and 7 year olds and willing to take leadership development pro- gram DUTIES To assist In the supervision and programming for 6 and 7 year olds with the majority 'of the work confined to the morning hours, MINIMUM AGE 15 years. All iMliutieirt wbmWed to the COMMUNITY SUMMER PKOGflAM City Hall, Icthbridger Albtrra Application form available at; YWCA. YMCA, CITY OF IITHMIOGI IETHMIDCE COMMUNITY COUECH MPARTMINT Of MANPOWER CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cabkvbion Ch. 6) SATURDAY MIGHT at Montreal (c) Country Time Hillbillies re) Movie: Garden of Allah News Provincial Affairs Itmie: Walti ol the Toreadors SUNDAY" and Oz Cartoon Party t-.X Quick Draw McGraw Whiplash c II is Written Faith tor Today (c) Mormon Conf. TBA TBA TBA voo Ouraoori Country Calendar Interfaitn Pgm. Movie: Never To Late i: 00 New Majority News Id Masters GoK Preview (c) Plnnxhlo Oz News Cartoon Party Mr. OresSL'p Ed Allen (c) Alta. Scholi Friendly Giant [c) Chez Helena Tom Nfw> Reacn for tht Toe Marvel (c) Wilt Disney (c) Tommy Hunter Id KniKIMel and- Movie: I Could Go Welcomi to It (c) On Singing Ed Sullivan (c) Take Thirty Forsyte Sage (c) Edge of NMhl (O Weekend Galloping Gourmet (c) Nation's Suslneis c A Place ol Teleprout 7 Your-Own Wiiteside Trivd To Ron-e Wiltl Movie: Spellbound Love 1C) MotfDAY Three Stooges CKN-TV Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. 4} SATUdOAY HI6MT Sum Coluim Oral Roberts Vjrktt Safety Rouhdup (c) Pentecost JacXie Gleason Presents (c) Call 01 flu West (c) CFL-Another W1rxH.ll Movie: The Pink Jungia (c) News Imitation of Life (c) SUNDAY. Thousrit lor Div News P.ex Humbard, Religion Oral Roberts Day ot Discovery ......_ _. Roundup {c} Marcus Welby c Kiddies on CTV News (c) Kamera Oil Report Week Canadiina Report ChlnchiKa Look it 'W M World Tomorrow Question Period (c) Untamed World Icl Flying Nun (c) Engjebert HurrperdincK The World Around Us Ic) Glen Campbell Bewitched le) W-5 (c) Pierre Berton Perry's Protx MONDAY Thought for Day News University of Air Uncle Bobby (cl Romper Room (cl Glllus (c) Parfons Today (c) Peyton Place Magistrate's Cm.r! Cartocn Tneatrt BucksM Movie: For Lovt Or Peop'e In Conflict tc) Doctor's mary (c) Bewjkhed Wtnne's Pad Flintslones 1C) Lucy Show KKTV falb Channel 3 (Cableviston Ch. 9} SATURDAY NISHT Masters Golf (cl Green 4.00 Roger Madd Camobell (c) News Gramoke Ic) Lassie (c) Movie: Pink Wild Kingdom (c) Jungle (c) Work! of DiSMV (c) Name of the Gamt Bill Cosby Show (c) Deputy Bononia (c) SUHDAY Mission Impossible Llvi.ig Word Hawaii Flve-O Ic) Tom and Oerry (c) Dragnet Revival Fire; c Bracken's World Cathedral Icl Cascade Comtf Ksttvyn