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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutidtw, April 4, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 r Senator IMwanl M. Kennedy hedged when risked by a Lon- don newspaper it he was a can- didate for Ilie U.S. presidency. The Massachusetts Democrat replied that his first respon- sibility is to his family, Daily Mirror correspondent John Pilfjer reported from Washing- ton. "f have to think of what would happen to all of thorn if something happened to mo." Kennedy said. "We have all suf- fered too much In the past to go through it all a g a 1 he added, referring to Ihe assas- sination of two of his brothers and the deatti of liis other SENATOR KENNEDY hcdgi brother during World War. Eisaku Prince Albert play best in Sask. drama festival Winnipeg ballet SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. (CP) The Prince Albert Community Players' produc- tion of "The Lion in directed by Iltuly Adams, was Fonda. Scott ith Prime Minister ato, and with the 10 leading ndidates lo succeed him, dur- w a visit to Japan April 15-18. selected the best play at The itinerary for his visit, re- eased in Tokyo, shows he will icet with most top govern- ment officials, as well as op- osition parly leaders, scholars id journalists. Kissinger arrives In Tokyo n the night of April 15 from Canada, where he will accom- any President Nixon on an of- icial two-day visit to Ottawa iDginning April 13. Maureen liinghain, who nd- she nagged her husband th? wn Him awi ards nto spying for the Soviet Union, is being treated at a 'orlsmoulh, England psychi- itric hospital. Her husband, David, a naval jfficer, was sentenced last month to 21 years in jail for selling defence secrets to tho Russians. M r s. Bingham has jeen ordered to appear in court April It on a charge of trying o persuade another person to violate the Official Secrets Act. Greek shipowner Paraghis Vorgollis, one-time close friend of fellow Greek shipowner Ar- istotle Onassis and American opera star Maria Callas, has died in London at the age of In Onassis and Miss Callas successfully sued him in the British High Court over a shipping deal. A spokesman for the posh Hitz hotel, where Vcrgottls has lived since 1868, said: "He died peacefully after being ill for about a week." Robert Amlras, Liberal parly campaign chairman, says tho 1968 election cost the party less than He fought back suggestions by interviewers on the CTV the Second network program Question Pe- NEW YORK CAP) George C. Scott and Jane Fonda have won the top movie awards lie- stowed bv the All America Press Association, which is comprised of 37 international publications. The association will present its Movie Best Awards for 1971 at a cocktail party Wednesday. Scott was named host actor and Miss Fonda, best actress for their respective perform- ances in The Hospital and Klule. The Last Picture Show was named best movie by the asso- ciation. Saskalchewan region Dominion Drama Festival. Adjudicator Bean Mulcahy, artistic director of the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, de- scribed the Prince Albert pr-- formance as "excellent11 in all respects. "Hadrian the as per- formed by Moose Jaw Theatre Ltd., was the runner-up play. It was directed by Sheila Bromley. BEST DIRECTOR Mr. Adams was named tho i best director and Miss Bromley the most promising irector. The Prince Albert group also von the trophy for the best isual presentation. Roy Challis of the Battlefords Community Players won the award for Ihe best characteri- zation by an actor or actress 'or his role in "The Mouse- trap." Anne Moon of Prince Albert named the best actress ivins SYDNEY. Australia (neuter) The Koyal Winnipeg Ballet leaves a perplexing thought in the minds of audiences across Australia as an epilogue of its nearly completed 10-week tour: How "can such a young com- pany give such diverse and memorable performances? In three programs, the com- pany has presented to Austral- ian "ballet patrons a kaleido- of the world of dance. outstanding performances by Madeleine liuuchard, Attila Pi cv.ere, Salvatore Aiello, Petal Miller and Terry Thomas. B u t mentioning individual names can distract from the fine displays of other dancers. The entire company comes alive with vitality, rhythm and the spontaneous gaiety that is only the result of artists enjr ing themselves. scope From Alexander Gorsky's Cor- saire pas de deux to Brian MacDonald's The Shinh'g Peo- ple of Leonard Cohen, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet ran through the gamut of classical. jazz and modern ballet. With sensitivity a n d plain skill, the 23 members of the company have gained the acco- lades of critics and the admira- tion of audiences. In a country where ballet end Brian" O'Hara of Swift Cur- and other cultural activities rent the best actor for the third usually take second place to j sporting events, the company played to packed houses. STRONG PEKKORMAN'CES The company's principal members, Sheila MacKinnon, Alexander N a d a 1, Francesca Zumbo, Walter Bourke and Pa- trice Bart, arc assisted with Canirose area man killed CAMROSE rcP) Evan Theodore Kvale, W, a Caniroso area farmer, was killed when the box of his truck fell and crushed him. He had been pairing the truck's hydraulic hoist. CONVICTED IN WIRETAP CASE Richard Grange, ident of Canndian Driver Pool ltd., and Toronto presi police constable Barry Chapman were convicted of spiracy involving Ihe last October of union telephone lines. The decision, by county court judge Garth Moore, is believed to be the first conviction in Canada for conspiracy relaled lo wiretapping. year in a row for his perform- ance m "All My Sons." Nancy Greenwood of Moose Jaw was the best supporting actress and Ron Toles of Swift Current the best supporting ac- tor for the second year in a NEW YORK (API Baron- ess Nina Van Pallandt, the Danish cabaret singer who fig- ured in the investigation of the Howard Hughes auto- biography, made the U.S. night club debut Monday. The blonde, SO year old singer's engagement at the Maisonette of the St. Regis Ho tel runs through April 22. Miss Pallandt, who is es (ranged from her Dutch hus- ij Minister Howard testified before a grand I J. Denies public housing apartment vacancy cause C CUT BANK. Mont. (AP) Cm Bank is Montana's icebox, a city so cold that one florist has ringed an alarm in his bedroom to monitor dangerous dips in temperature at his greenhouses. This northern Montana city, only an hour's drive from the snowcapped peaks of Glacier 4.000 than N'alional Park, boasts hardy residents, more WINNIPEG (CP) Mimic- band, jury w h i c h cturned indict- "Yes. If I didn't think there was someone o u t there someone just living to end It all. Well, I'd be a fool to ignore the possibility. But at the same time I can't become obsessed with it or I'll lose my opportunity for effectiveness. U.S. p r e s! s e n tial adviser Jlcnry Kissinger will confer riod the next election would cost a lot more. "There is on the public record book on the last elec- tion which indicated that our national campaign was less than and 1 can assure you that that figure is pretty accurate." Would his party's budget for the next election be million or SO million? "Oh, my goodness, no." merits against Clifford Irving, his wife and an assistant in connection with the controver- sial book. LONDON (AP) Lovelace Walkuis, the U.S, singer, is a father. W a t k i n s and Anne- Marie, his English wife, made a dash through the night from Liverpool in time for her to give birth lo a 7V3-pound boy Pawley denied suggestions Monday that public housing is responsible for high vacancy rates in Winnipeg apartment buildings. j Mr. Pawley was commenting In an interview on criticism of i the government's public hous- iK policy, made in a report repared'by five Winnipeg con- [ruction contractors. The report said building con- st ruction by the Manitoba j twice as many oil companies as [lousing and Renewal Corp. has doctors, and owes its name to contributed to high-rise apart- Cut Hank Creek, a sometimes jient vacancy rates of 24.8 per tin-indent waterway that has cut YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S University of Lethbridge IT SERIES (1971-72 SEASON) Featuring The University of Lethbridge Choir GEORGE SKIPWORTH-Conduclor LOUIS CHAPMAN-Accompanist AMi.Ld by Kalhieen Holt (piano) The University Madrigal Singers Votes Memorial Centre Wed., April 5th, 1972-8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS 55.00 STUDENTS 50. Ticket! available from LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, UNIVERSITY at Hillington Hospital on ths outskirts of London. The boy is to be named Mario Alan Lovelace. Watkins, currently appearing at a London night spot, has four sons by a previous marriage. Woman jailed for 20 years in drug case WINNIPEG (CP) A 59- year-old Montreal woman with no criminal record wlra was arrested here in Jan nary after transporting eight ounces of heroin from Mon treat, was sentenced in magis tratc's court to 20 years prisonment. Georgette G r e n i e r earlie had pleaded guilty to poises sion of heroin for tlio purpose of trafficking. Mrs Grenier was arrestei outside the Canadian Pacifl I Rail station Jan. 2fl after dif j embarking from a Montreal train. The heroin, with an esti- mated street value of wss seized from her at the time. AEG given authorit cent, and apartment owners are on "the verge of bank- ruptcy." Mr. Pawley, minister respon- steep sides in its sandstone banks. Since the first of the year temperatures have plunged icebox the Rocky Mountains, Cut Bank Residents caupht in a pocket catches every arctic front (hat of warm air while out for a "slides" along the. Continental winter's drive find themselves Divide. High pressure systems often close in on tlie city, keep- ing the cold heavy air over Cut Bank until a boost of warm air sweeps it out. There are Chinook winds to help make life interesting, and surrounded by anil have to pull of! the road and start scraping. Tho cold doesn't force, resi- dents to hibernate. Snowmcbil- ing and ice fishing an1 big sports, and ranchers use their siblc for the provincial housing! below v.ero more than half the corporation, said a weekend time. It's such weather that check through rental columns makes Cut Bank the coldest in the city's newspapers indi- spot m Ihe United States 10 to 20 listed times a year. Snow has been on the ground since November. Old timers say the cold "keeps out the weak lhat is just fine with them. Oth- tiuip tiiat there's not much cated most vacancies were for bachelor and one-bed- room apartments, whereas families moving into public housing require larger units. Private industry is to blame for its plight for not meeting tiie needs of the, majority of tenants, he said. ItrrscffkC NO COMPETITION QJ1J. i As public housing pro- WASHINGTON (AP) The j vides "no significant add variety to the otherwise j snowmobiles to ride herd on continuous "cold winch is Cut stock during winter months. Bank's winter diet. These warm I The coldest ever in Cut liank southwesterly gusts have was -17 below zero, Cray- caused temperature shifts o[ 40 to 50 degrees within the space of an hour. "Chinook" is de- rived from an Indian word that means "snow eater." Young western Doukhobors seek changes GRAND FORKS, BC.. son Cordcll. National Weather Service climalologist for Mon- tana. That was on Feb. K. IMC. in the middle of Cut Bank's coldest winter ever. AVERAGI3 IS MINUS 32 i Temperatures averaged ll'i below zero for February that year with the average night temperatures minus 22. he said. Another man who keeps his eye on the thermometer is flo- rist Howard Ambruslcr. His greenhouses have special alarms that ring in his bedroom The, United States Supreme Court .eld Monday that states have no ulhority lo regulate the dis- charge of radioactive wastes :rom nuclear power plants. The 7-to-2 decision gives the Atomic Energy Commission ex- clusive control, even when the slales want to impose, tougher standards. Justices William 0. Douglas and Potter Stewart dissented. The issue reached the court on an appeal by the slale of Minnesota. The state's pollution control agency had tried to reg- ulate emissions from a power plant on the Mississippi River, but was blocked by the U.S. Cir- cuit Court in St. Louis. tion" to private apartmen blocks because the low-income families who live in public housing can't afford to live in such blocks. He said the conclusions of ttie report were based on a survey made when only WO public were available No direction 011 crops EDMONTON' (CP) Farm The request to parents anrj there have been only two groups for liberalization of the i thefls of snowmobiles In ttie last centres was made during the weekend by about GO young DoukhobDrs from British Co- lumbio. Alberta and gaskatch-1 ewan attending a seminar spon-1 sored the Doukhobor Youth three or four years, IS COMING! Students parade CALGARY (CP) About 1.500 hymn-singing, plac- ard-waving youths paraded through the downtown sec tion o! the city Sunday in a "resurrection march." The event was organized by several youUi groups and spokesman Ken Easley said the aim was to "show our unity in belief in Christ." Most of the marchers were in their teens. Mr. (he report for suggesting lie housing was a form of wel- fare, The people who live in pub- lic housing developments are for the most part not welfare cases, but working poor who lived before in substandard housing, he said. conditions advice on what to consider, rather than what to do, "is believed to be of more WESTERN CANADA NATIVE Q 1, 8, 9, 1972 ON THE BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE STANDOFF, AlBERTA OPENING CEREMONIES FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1972 Basketball EVENTS Hockey 9 Boxing TEAMS O Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberto O Biilish Columbia Yukon Northweil TerrllorlM A Nova Scotia Tor further Information contacl MRS. CAEN ELY Kainai Sfiwi Cordjton 653.4012 MR. PHIl MISTAKEN CHIEF Box 391 Cordston 737-3754 MR. ROBIN KINO El Kancho Mole, Hotel, 337.5701 value.'1 "In 1072 there appears Western Canada Native El Rancho Motor Hotel IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA April 6th, 1972 at 7 p-m- Head Table Guests: BILL RUSSELL ARCHIE MOORE (Ex basketball player for Boston Celtics) (Ex World light heavyweight champion) STEAK DINNER Per Person, Father and Son Ticketi available trt Plainsman Sport! CJOC Radio Stalion Chamber of Commcnr, CHEC Radio Station leister's Music Lclhliridge Herald El Rancho Motor Hotel Kainai Newi, Cardslon Festival lour may include Soviet Union STRATFORD, Out. (CP) A four country European tour next spring by the Stratford Festival company may he ex- tended to include the So- viet Union, general manager William Wylie savs. The company already has ob- tained clearance to perform In France, Denmark, West Ger- many and Poland. Word from the Soviet Union is expected by (lie end of this onth. In an interview Contacts so far have been be- tween the Canadian external affairs department and the other countries' foreign offices. However final details are up In the festival company and theatre officials of the host countries. Russian l traditions and a pacifi' cist way of life. to be no clear direction for ad- vice from a market stand- point." Mr. Walker said prospects for rapi'sced do not appear as attractive as last year while the outlook for wheat, feed grains and flaxseed has im- proved. "This is not to suggest that farmers should not consider the prospect of sales and prices for grain production al- ternatives, but rather I2iat there are no clear cut 'best; bets." lie said barley production! may a p p e a r the most attrac- j live alternative to a farmer with livestock, wheat to a pro- ducer who has disposed of all his farm stocks and flaxseed i as a cash crop to a producer relatively more Driver charged EDMONTON'