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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (inncrl Jcclui'c liy Ouiuuliau WpdrdJpy, Appil 13, 1972 THE ItTHBP.lDGE HIRMD 7 WASHINGTON ICT) A scheduled lecture by Canadian Ambassador Marcel Cadieux nt u Georgetown university semi- nar here was cancfllcjl Monday afler an .'inli-Canlro group of Cuban students Ihrenlcned to picket the huiliUng and Ihc uni- versity's repre- sentatives (tccluvLxl llic nmLns- sador unwelcome, (lie university announced. A university spokesman said tlic ambassador postponed his appearance indefinitely be- cause tin involved in prepa- rations (or President Nixon's visil (o Ottawa this week. liKKK-DUlNKKHS Rpsidcnts of Thailand con sumed ulwut 32 million quarts of beer in 1S77J. ELKS PUBUC BSNGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS If a bingo is not tailed in 49 Nas. it be played out for a Jackpot NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EUS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, APRIL 13-HI-WAY FRIDAY, APRIL 14-HI-WAY SATURDAY, APRIL 15-CL1FFS COM9O Oddities in Llie News DUHI.IN (Ileulcrl Slox- crs Vb-itli beards or h.iir Imnfi- iug tjeluu' Ihc nape of the neck have been handed from the rhifi in Ihe Republic of under a rule introduced by the Irish Amateur Hoxing Asso- ciation. FKKTH 'llic licat is rcnUy on for (lie litle a! Australia's hoKcsl town. Since 1907, Marble Bar in 'ivcstei'ti Australia has had an average daily temperature of. 95.7 degrees, but in I'anna- wonica tlic daily average has not dropped below 109 degrees since records starlet (o he kept there last December. HOME f As the new- i Ivvvcds Iclt church after their i SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THEJ LAST RUN" In color. Starring George C. Scoffc and Tony April 12, show at p.m. Adult not suitable; for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KLUTF." In Technicolor. S'.arrinc Jane Fonda nni Donald Siithrrbi'.'l. Wednesday, April 12, show at 3-15 p.m. Kc.3ti-ictcd adull. TABER Tower Theatre "ilARD RIDF." In color. Starring Sherry Bain and Robert Fuller. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. April 12. 13 and 14. TVcrlnwday at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. Slanfiehl: age of television TORONTO (CP) Opposi- tion Leader Robert Stantield said today he docs not think television is a good medium to use to discuss issues. However, lie said he have to use television to cam- paign in the next federal e.'ec- tion because Iliis is "the age of television." The Progressive Conserva- tJvr leader told about 700 stu- dents at, a suburban high school that alter he appears on television people can tell him if he was good or bad but not he said. lie was replying to a student who said he o b j e c t ed to the over-empbasi.s on the personal- ity of the party leaders in the Ontario election last October. Mr. Klanfield said lie was the receiving entl of a personal- ity campaign in when Prime Minister Trudeau was "a fresh face with no record to stand on." lie said the next election must bo fought on issues and Air. Trudeau v.ill be judged on his record this time. t: c r e in o n y tuo polici-men approached the Miiuro Ciarambino, :md niTested him on charges d( desertion from the Italian army. 1'olice said they bad bct-n following Ciaratnljino alt day -but didn't want to inter- fere with (lie church wedding. SOUTJIAIMI'TON, England. fAl'j most wanted rah- bil in Urilain has the police in a slew. Since the. bunny arrived here illegally, he lias kept police across (lie country The fugitive's description hus been Mashed on the police nctwoik with the order, "stop that rabbit." The rabbit arrived here on a car ferry from France, sit- ting calmly mi (lie front scat cf a truck. The driver, linger Wiilianis, sloppi-ri nl customs and immigration checks, pointed out the rabbit, and drove on. Only later did customs men check and determine that under British law, rabbits as well as dogs, have to be quar- antined for six months in a rabies check before they can enter the country. mi': lies IM.L'.WK UOfiOTA, Colombia lltculcr) Twelve por.sons died and to j were injured when a mountain road collapsed and a bus fell nearly f.UO feet down' a ravine I outside Linares, near the Kcua- I rloreai! fronlici', it was reported Tuc.sibv. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A, MOSACK CcMi'icri Di-ntal Mo-lin 8-304 5tK St. 5. Ph Lrllib.ld GEORGE Sl V' THE STORY EVER WIN OSCARS FOR SUPPORTING ROLES-Ben Johnson Clorii Leach mem pose with Oscars after they were named "best lupporting a tier" and "besl supporting actress" a I the annual Academy Aw a rds ceremony n? I lie Music Cenlrc in Los Johnson received his Oscar for his role in "Tlic Last Piclure and Misi Loach man honored for her role in "The Last Pic- lure TONIGHT and TKURS til one! p.m. ExcLusivr; LIMITED TAMIL Y THE ClASVC fit'.' Cf tirE Atro cf JE5U5 CMPIM. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. A. E. CROSS 328-0111 PHONES 326-0222 Sn the Centre of Things WED., APRIL 12 VIMY LOUNGE 'VERA SINCLAIR' w SAT., APRIL 15 VIMY LOUNGE 'MOONGLOWS' APRIL 14 BEAVER ROOMS 'VINCE SAT., APRIL 15 BEAVER ROOM 'VINCE DITRICH' Royal Canadian Legion s GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. This is a -TO BE OUR GUEST AND WIN ONE OF 6 FABULOUS WEEKENDS FOR TWO Accomodation Meals Recreation KOQTENAY FILM FESTIVAL JOIN US AT THE YATES CENTRE SUNDAY, APRIL of p.m. KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNING FILMS ABOUT BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA SKIING HOT SPRINGS WILDLIFE Pick Up Tickets of Your AlBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFflCE 903 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Work on freeway J suspended EDMONTON (CP) City Council 1ms suspended con- struction on the Jasper free- way pending completion ot a transportation study which a city official said would lako years (o prepare. The council decision came after two hours ol debate dur- ing which it was aprcccl the full implications of tho f r c e w a y, through MacKinnon Ravine had not been sufficiently exam- ined. Mayor Ivor Dont and five alricrmen volcd lo halt the pro- ject with four voting against' and two aldermen absent. The debate followed a motion by Aid, Una Evans c.iliing lor a to construction in the inc. Aid. Iton Hayter suc- cessfully introduced an amend- ment stopped work only until the transportation is accepted by council. George Ilodyc, city engineer, lolri council it estimated (lie plan would take years (a The city cilnwdy has spent million on the JYeevray the conslrnclion of storm sewers. An additional 52.5 million had been budgeted this year to complete the firsi. st.Tge oC (hn arterial road. YORK rAPt mused an obviously pleased Duke FJlinRton as lie at. the pictures on the stamps. "Debussy, Rach, and Duke." The occasion was n concert n i R )i I al the Uhilnoy CFCN news prizes Government railway faces loss GHAXDE PRAIRIE (CP) The A I b c r tn Resources Rail- way would face a ?5 million annual deficit even if present tonnage were Industry Minister Fred Peacock said here, "It behooves the government to ferret, explore and develop Iho ARK to make it less cost- he lold (lie Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce. "We'll do everything possible lo make it fjo.'1 He said the railway costs Al- hcrta taxpayers million to 51 million a year. The provincial government Is renegotiating open-end eon- Iracl witli (he Canadian Na- Uonal Haihvnys on Uie railway, Ihc ininislcr said. 'J'lic govern mcnt financed construction of tlic railway which is operated by the CNR. REG1NA CCP) The Radio- Television News Directors As- sociation of Canada announced here Uiat four wesfcrn Cana- dian broadcasting stations won news awards in the an- nual Prairie legion compeLi- ,ions. The Charlie awards, named [or Charlie Edwards, retired general manager of Broadcast News, an affiliate of The Cana- dian Press, Canada's co-opera- tive news agency, are for spot news reporting. The Dnn awards, named for Ihe latft Dan McArthur, first chief news editor of Ihe CBC, are for documentaries of news specials. RTiVDA president Frank F.lcgd of CKCK and CKCK-TV Rcgina announced that CFCN-TV in Calgary won the Charlie award for its coverage of the Kov. 12, 1971, hijacking of an Air Canada jetliner. The Don award TV winner was CKCK-TV. In radio, the Dan award went to CIIKC Edmonton for a clocu nicntanr dealing younf nnd religion. The Charhc radio award went to Calgary's CFCN' for Us coverage of the Air Canada hijacking. Teaching now CHENEY, Wash. An Al- berta student, at Eastern Wash- ington State College, Bobby C. Brown, has begun spring quar- ter student teaching at Rogers Higli School, Spokane. Mr. Brovvn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Brown, Jr., and a 1959 graduate of Vauxhall High School, is a music major at EVvSC. Museum's spring festival, which also features poetry and dance evenings, E I i n u I o n had just been presented a block of stomps by Togo's ambassador lo the United Slates, Epiphane Ayi Mawussi. The stamps bore pic- tures of the four composers, Ellington, usually seen by the public as tlic leader of his band, I made a ran? appearance as n pianist. The music was v.rillcn j by Ellington and Ihe Jalc Billy Strayhorn. j He played Soda Fountain Rae, i but did not mention that wrote it when he was 13. One of bis longer explanations during the two-hour concert came for A New World Cominrr. inelon said lhat for 10 or 11 years his band Rave an annual concert at Carnegie Hall, the highlight of which was a work of strong social significance. The lirst was Black, Brown and BPIRC and the seoond, in 134-1, A World Coming. "Of course the place Is in tho distant future where there will be no greed, no war, no categor- ies, where love is unconditional and no pronoun pood enough, for the Duke explained. STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. HELD OVER AND MOVED OVER TO PARAMOUNT CINEMA STARTING TOMORROW Resfricted Adult Defective Harry Callahan. He doesn't break murder cases. He smashes them. Warner Bros A Kinney Company UOVAI, VISIT LONDON" (M'} Queen Juli- ana of the Netherlands and her husband Prince Bembard hnve arrived in Britain for a five-day state visit. Queen Elizabeth met the Dutch couple nt the gates ol Home Park ?.nrl their arrival Tuesday together in a ceremonial carriage to Windsor Castle. PARAMOINT Short Subjects "Dirly Many Last Ccmpbte Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Made for P-ach Other'' Ixist Complete 9.30 L'OI-LEOE CINK.MA Grcalcsl Slory Ever Told" Last Complete Show OF THE GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN TOMORROW GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW at P.M. ON THE SCREEN They just couldn't find the time to bury him. They should have. FAMILY j SECOND FEATURE The Gmal War's most explosive niwiienl! ADULT York AOUITS ADMISSION PRICES RQ HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS .25 Elk experience loupli vrinler EDMONTON Albor-; la's populntion appears lo hai'B survived Ihc winter in flood shape, with the exception cif elk in the Pmcher Creek area cit Lethbriclpe. Chuck Haelunil of the lands, ami forcsCa clcparlnient, said' Holiday tlio only that experienced difficulties was llie j elk, because of the heavy snows in the extreme southwest por-1 lion of the province. However it is not anticipated there will be any reduction in (he number of elk licences is- sued in Alherta Ibis fall. Mr. Hajlmid said the winter kill for deer was normal, al- though the deer popnlalion was still below normal because of .the heavy kill in 1070-71. j Moose, mountain sheep and j goals were in good shape. I The province's grouse vrfjjiu- j Inlion was also lower lhan in normal because Ihe un- i land bird is in the final years ol .1 10-year fluctuation period J Starts Tomorrow at ond p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT "DIRTY HARRY" Color wilh CLINT EASTWOOD out of HENHY VIII, when he joins'THE CARRY ON GANG'and finds there is moretoitthan _ ADULT ;