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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 4, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCE HtRAlD 7 Senator IMsviml M. Kfnnnily hedged when asked by a Lon- don newspaper if lie was a can- didate for Hie U.S. presidency. The Massachusetts Deniocral replied that his first i espon- Bibilily is to his family, Daily Mirror cori'cspundenl J o n I'ilficr reported from Washing- ton. "I have to think of what would happen to all of them if something happened to me." Kennedy said. "We have all suf- fered too much in Ilio past to go through it all a g a 1 he added, referring (o the assas- sination of two of his hrolhers and the death of liis other SENATO.'l KKNNEDY hedges brolher during the Second World War. "Yes. Jf I didn't think there Tvas someone out there eomeone just living to end It all. Well, I'd he a fool to Ignore the possibility, liul at the same time f can't become obsessed with it or I'll lose my opportunity for effectiveness. U.S. p r e s 1 s c n lial adviser Jlcnry Kissinger v ill confer ith Prime Minister Eisaku Sato, and with the 10 leading candidates to succeed him, dur- ing a visit to Japan April JJ-18. The itinerary for his visit, re- leased in Tokyo, shows he will meet with most lop govern- ment officials, as well as op- position parly leaders, scholars and journalists. Kissinger arrives In Tokyo on the night of April 15 from Canada, where he will accom- pany President Nixon on an of- ficial two-day visit to Ottawa beginning April 13. Maureen Hiiigliain, who nd- mHled she nagged her husband into spying for the Soviet Union, is being treated at a Portsmouth, England psychi- atric hospital. Her husband, David, a naval officer, was sentenced last month to 21 years in jail for Killing defence secrets to tho Russians. M r s. Uingham ha.s been ordered to appear in court April H on a charge of IryinR to persuade another person to violate the Official Secrets Act. Greek shipowner ParaRhis VergoUis, 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 81. In Onassis and Miss Callas successfully sued him in tlic Brilish High Court over a shipping deal. A spokesman for the posh Tlitz hotel, where Vergottis has lived since 1960, said: "lie died peacefully after being ill for about a week." 9 Robert Anoras, Liberal parly campaign chairman, says tho 1968 election cost the party less than He fought back suggestions by interviewers on the CTV network program Question Pe- riod that the next election would cost a lot jnore. "There is on the public record book on the last elec- tion which indicated that our national campaign was less than and I can assure you that that figure is pretty accurate." Would his parly's budget for the next election be S5 million or million? "Oh, my goodness, no." YOUR r HILIP5 DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 I3lh ST. N. JACK'S University of Lethbridge CQNCFRT SERIES I JEliEEfe) (1971-72 SEASON; Featuring The University of Lethbridge Choir GEORGE SKIPWORTH-Conduclor LOUIS CHAPMAN-Accompamst Kolhleen Holl (piano) The Univenily Madrigal Singera Votes Memorial Centre Wocf.r April 5th, 1972-8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS J2.00 S1UDENTS iO, Ticketl ovallobla Irom LEISTER'S MUSIC IID. UNIVERSITY Prince Albert play best Winnipeg ballet in Sn.sk. drama festival ivms SWIFT nmniiNT, Sask. (Cl'l The Prince Albert Cominunily Players' produc- tion of "The Lion in diicttcd by iiudy Adams, was selected the host play at Hi? Fonda, Scott win film awards NEW YOflK George C. Scalt anil Jane Fondp have won the top movie awards he- by the All America Press Association, which is comprised of 37 international publications. Tho association will present its Movie Best Awards for 1971 at a cocktail parly Wednesday. Scott was nnmcd best actor and Miss Fonda, liest actress for their respective perform- ances in The Hospital nnd The Last Picture Show was named best movie by the asso- MOW Y011K (API Baren- ess Nina Van Pallandl, the Danish cabaret singer who fig- ured in the investigation of tho fake Howard auto- biography, made the U.S. night club debut Monday. The blonde, 39 year old singer's engagement at the Maibonclle of the St. ftegis Ho- tel runs through April Miss Palliuirll, who is es- tranged from her Dutch hus- band, testified before a grand jury which returned indict- ments against Clifford Irving, his wife and an assistant in Saskatchewan region Dominion Drama festival. Adjudicator Scan Mulcahy, artistic director of the Citadel Theatre iti Edmonton, de- scribed the Prince Albert form a nee as respects. "excellent" in all "Hadrian the as per- formed by Moose Jaw Tlicatro fi7 Lid., uas Uic runner-up play, It. was directed by Sheila Bromley. BKST OIRHCTOII Mi1. Adams was named tho j best director and Miss Bromley tlic most promising director. The Prince Albert group also won (he trophy for tlic best visual presentation. Hoy CJiaJlis of the BaUlelords Community Players won the award for (lie best characteri- zation by an aclor or actress for his role iti "The Mouse- Anno Moon of Prince Albert was named tlie best actress cud Brian O'llara ol Swift Cur- SYDNEY. Australia (neuter) The Royal Winnipeg Uallct leaves a perplexing thought in the minds of audiences across Australia as an epilogue of its nearly completed 10-week Imir: How can such a young com- pany g v c such diverse and mcinorablc performances? In three programs, the com- pany has presented to Austral- ian'ballet patrons a scope of the world of dance. From Alexander Gorsky's Cor- sairc pas de deux lo flrian MacDonald's The Shinii-g Peo- ple of Leonard Cohen, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet ran through the gamut of classical. oul.sUindittg purfornianccs hy Madeleine Huuchanl, Allila Ki- cxi-rc, Jijilvnlorc! Aicllo, Petal Miller and Terry Thomas. H u I mentioning individual najnes cun distract from the fine displays of other dancers. entire company conies alive vitality, rhythm and thy spontaneous gaiety that is Ihe result of artists (lanir ose iirca and modern ballet. sensitivity a n d man killed skill, the 2D members of the company have gained the acco- lades of critics and Ihe admira- tion ol audiences. In a country' where bnllcl CAMROSE rcpi Evan plain Theodore Kvale. (B, a Camrosc area fanner, was killed when the box o[ his truck fell ami cnis'icd him. lie had been pairing the truck's hydraulic and other cultural activities CONVICTED IN WIRETAP CASE Richard Grange, president of Canadian Driver Pool lid., and Toronto police constable Barry Chapman were convicted of con- spiracy involving [asl October of union telephone lines. The decision, by counry court judge Garth Moore, is believed to be tbe first conviction in Canada for conspiracy related lo wiretapping. rent Ihe best actor lor the third usually take second place lo i year in a row for his perform- ance in "All My Sons." Nancy Greenwood of Moose Jaw was the best supporting actress and Ron Toles of Swifl Current the best ac- tor for the second year in a sporting events, Ihe company played to packed houses. STIIONG The company's principal members, Slieila MacKinnon, Alexander N a d a 1, Francesca Zuinbo, Walter Dourke and Pa I trice flart, arc assisted with Denies public housing apartment vacancy cause C icebox WINNIPEG Munic- connection sial book. v.-ith the conlrovcr- LONDON CAP) Lovelace Walkiiis, the U.S, singer, is a [ather. W a t k i n s and Anne- Marie, his English wife, made a dash through the night from Liverpool in lime for her lo give bivlli lo a boy til Hillinglon Hospital on Ihn outskirts of Tiic boy is to be named Mario Alan Lovelace. Walkins, cun'cnlly at a Lonrion nigJil spot, Jias four sons by a previous marriage. ipal Affairs Minister Howard Pawley denied suggestions Monday that public housing is responsible for liigh vacancy rates in Winnipeg apartment buildings. Mr. Pawley was commenting in an interview on criticism of st ruction b the CUT BAN'K, Monf. fAPl Cut Bank is Montana's icebox, n so cold, thai one florist lias ripped, an alann in his bedroom to monilor dangerous dips in temperature at greenhouses. This northern Montana city, only an hour's drive from the snowcapped peaks of Glacier National Park, boasts 4.000 hardy residents, more than twice as runny oil companies as Ihe government's public fious- corporation, said a weekend Housing and Renewal Corp. ha.s 1 doctors, and owes its name to contributed to liipb-ri.se apart- J Cut Uank Creek, n sometimes meul vacancy rates of 24.B per turbulent walenvay tliat has cut cent, and apartment owners steep sides in its sandstone arc on "the verge of bank-! hunks, ruptcy-" Since tin; first of the vear Mr. Pawley, minister respon- temperatures have plunged means slblc for tlie provincial housing i below more than haU the the Hocky Mountains, Cut Bank Residents caught in n pocket catclics every arctic front that "slides" along the Continental Divide llifh pressure systems often close in on the dly, keep- ing the; cold heavy air over Cut Bank until a boost of warm air sweeps it out. There nre Chinook winds lo help life interesting, and of warm nir while oul for a v.inlcr's drive find Ihcmselves BiirrouncJcd by a w.ill of fiost and have lo pull ott the road and slart scraping. Tlie cold doesn't lurce iepl- j dents to hibprmte. Snowinobil- iiiK and ice fislmm m L- big pporfs, and riinchcrs use (iieir add vaiiely to tltc? otherwise i to ride herd continuous cold which is Cu( slock (hiring winter inwt.li.s. Bank's winter did. These warm I The coltlcsl ever in Cut Bank southwesterly c u s t s have was -IV below zero, Gniy- causccl temperature slufls ot 40: son Cordcll. National lo 50 degrees within tho space Service climalolwi.isl for Mon- of nn hour. "Chinook" is tic- I Imia. That was cm Feb. 15. I93ii, rived from an Indian word that policy, made in a report prepared by Jive Winnipeg con- struction contractors. The report said building con- WESTERN CANADA 1, 8, 9, 1972 ON THE BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE STANDOFF, AlBERTA OPENING CEREMONIES FRIDAr, APRIL 7, 1972 EVENTS t Basketball Hockey Boxing TEAMS A Manitoba Saskatchewan British Columbia Yukon Northweif Nova Scotia Tor further Tnformallon conraet MRS, CAEN ELY MR, PHIL Kninai S'qwi MISTAKEN CHIEF MR- ROBIN KINO Ctiidiron BOY 391 Rnncho Molar A53-40I7 Cardslon Hotel, 737-3754 Woman jailed for 20 years in tinier case WINNIPEG (CP) A 51. 3'enr-oltl Montreal woman with no criminal record, arrested here in Jan- ur.n' after transporting fight ounces of heroin from Mon- treal, was sentenced in magis- Lrato's court to 20 years im- prisonment. Georgette G r P n i e r earlier had pleader] gnilly to posses- sion of heroin for llw purpose of Irafficking. Mrs Grenier was arrested ouUside the Canadian Pacific flail stalion Jan. If, afler dis- embarking from a .Montreal Irflin. The heroin, an esti- mated street value of WES seized from her al Ihe time check through rental columns in the city's newspapers indi- cated most vacancies listed were for bachelor and one-bed- room apartments, whereas families moving into puhlic housing require larger units. Private industry is to blmne for its plight not meeting the needs of the majority of tenants, he said. NO COMI'KTITIOX As well, puhlic housing pro- WASIIINGTON CAP) The vides "no significant AEC given authority 011 wastes irnc. It's sucli weather that makes Cn( Uank the coldest spot in lljc Uiiilrri States 10 to 20 times a year. has been on the ground since November. Old tuners say the cold "keeps out tlic weak Ihat is just line with Ihein. Oth- ers quip (hat there's not much of a Nat I rials say there's no secret to Cut Bank's low temperatures. Perched 4.000 feel ahnve sea YOUUJJ western n Doukhobors seek changes GRAND FORKS, I3C.. in tlic middle ot Cut Hank's coldest u'iuter ever. AVEHAGK IS MINUS II Temperatures averaged 11'i below zero [or February that vcar wilh the average night temperatures minus 22. lie said. Another man who keeps hia eye on the thermometer is flo- rist Howard Ambrusler. His greenhouses have special alarms that ring in his bedroom United States Supreme Court licld Monday that states have no authority lo regulate the dis- charge of radioactive wastes from nuclear power plants. The 7-tn-2 decision gives tlie Atomic Energy Commission ex- clusive control, even when Ihe states want to impose tougher standards. Justices William 0. Douglas and Potter Stewart dissented. The issue reached the court on an appeal by the stale ot Minnesota. The slate's pollution conlrol agency had tried lo reg- ulate emissions from a power plant on Ihe Mississippi Jliver, but was blocked by the U.S. Cir- cuit Court in St. Louis. tion" to private apartment blocks because Ihe low-income fr.miUp.s who live in public housing can't afford to live in sucli blocks. lie said the conclusions of tlie report based on a survey made when only lui) puhlic housing units wen? available for occupancy and, for this rea- son, nuhlic housing could not significantly have affected the vacancy rates of apartment blocks. Mr. Pawley also criticized the report for suggesting pub- quip that there s not much Young lrom acr055 I alarms that ring in his 1 a problem insects. Astern Canada wan I lo ex- tiros dip. falional Weather Service pand thdr com.i Police Chief munity centres lo include sports and music along with j a, I Ibe religious services now of-1 'I! in level along Hie east slopes of No direction on crops EDMONTOV CCP1 Farm- ers looking for clear direclion on what crops to plsnt this spring are going to be dis- appointed, David Walker of the Alberta nnncuJture department said today. Walker, a marketing eco- Brunch says liis town is "n real line place to bring up a As far as crime gors. Brunch says burglars only ply I heir Irade In the summer months, and there hare been only I wo lir- housing vas a form of wcl- noniist, said that with present condilions advice on what Lo fare, IS COMING! Slmienls parade CALGARY (CP1 Ahout liVTim-singing, plac- ard-waving youths paraded Uu'oiisili (lie sec tion ot the city Sunday in a ''rcsurrcclion march.'1 The event, was organized by several youth groups nnd spokesman Ken Easlpy said the aim was tn our in in Christ." Most of the marchers were in llieir lecns. The people who live hi pub- j consider, raUier than wliat to lie housing devclopmcnls are'do, "is believed to be of more for Ihe most part not welfare but working poor who Western Canada Native EE Rancho Motor Hotel IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA April 6fh, 1972 at 7 p-m- Jlend Table Gursls: BILL RUSSELL ARCHIE MOORE (Ex batkelboll player for Ballon Celtics) (Ex World light heavyweight fhnmpion) STEAK DINNER Per Person, Father and Son Ticked Plainsman Snorts Chamber of Cornmcrta Muiic El Rancho Moior rlolel available of CJOC Radio Stalion CKEC Radio Sicilian Lclhbridga Herald Kainai Newi, Cardslon cases, lived before in g. he said. substandard Festival lour may include Soviet Union STRATFOItn, Out. (CP) A four country European tour next spring Ihe Stratford Festival company may he ex- lenrk-d to include Ihe So- viet Union, general manager William Wylic says. Tlie company already has oh- taincd clearance to perform in France, Denmark, W c s I Ger- value.'' "In 1072 there appears to be no clear direction tor ad- vice from n market stand- point." Mr. said prospccls for rapjaceil do not appear as attractive as last year while the outlook for wheat, leed grains and fla.vseed has im- proved. "ThLs is not lo suggest Ihat farmers should not consider the prospect o[ sales and prices for grEin production al- ternatives, but rather Ciat (here ore no clear cut 'best He said harlry production may a p p e a r the most attrac- tive r.'.tcrnalivc to a farmer fercd. The ta parents groups for liberalization cf Uio of snowmobiles In the last centres was made during tho j or four ycarSi weekend by about fit) young I------------------------ Doukhobsrs from British Co- lumbia. Alhcrta ami Saskatch- ewan allendinfi a seminar spon- sored Ihe Daukhoijor YouCi National Executive Council. The youtlis also called for Russian English bilingtialism in the community wliilc stres.sing (Jioir dedication Lo maintaining their Russian cultui'al tmdittuns and a pacifi- cist way of life. Driver charged EDMONTON' 'CP) Julian Kevan Cisakowski, 12, of Ed- monton was killed when tiie bi- cycle he uo_s riding collided with a car. Police said (he driv- er of (he ear was charged with spec-ding. Coming this Week FAMILY SOU T H E R N A1B E RT A- THEATRES with livestock, wheat Lo a pro- i duccr who has disposed of all liis farm slocks and as a cash crop lo a producer who can ohir.iii relatively nioro many and Poland Wort] from Iho Soviet Union i is expected by the end of thy j montli. "I'll bo wmsz over next v.eek to line this Mr. Wylio -said favorable ytc'ds from this crop In an inlcrviev-' Contacts so far liave boon lic- j (ween the C'ajin'JJan external affairs department a nil (lip other counlrics' foreign offices. i However fin.il details are up In i the festival company and i theatre officials of the liosl countries. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" in color starring Lcc Marvin, Clint Kastwood and Jean Srbcrg. Tuesday nnd Wednes- day, April 4 and 5. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult nol suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre RAILWAY CHILDREN" in color slarring ShrricJan and Kcrnard CribMns. Turyrlay, April 4. Shows and p.m. Family. Showtlmes f'AHAMOUNT Short Subjects "Dirly Harrv" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINKMA Khnrt Subjects "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denipovich" Ljst Conlplrtc Sliow rOLLKC.K CfMOIA Short Subjects of tlie Smith" i.-S.'i, Last Coinpli'lc April 5 Matinee at 2: IS (One show onlyl NOW SHOWING RESTRICTED ADULT 1 Shows p.m. ZlP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH! Di.siu'v's TONIGHT and THURS. T-AMILY lEIIIMIIIi.llll Matinee Wed. p.m. Evening p.m. "BRILLIANT...A beautifully made film.' -JudilhCral. f-'HC JT "A singular experience... DA (VE DAY IN IMP. i in: IJKMSOVICII Tonite and Wed. al p.m. Family Enrortainmenr ;