Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jeclnrc WASHINGTON A scheduled lecture by Canadian Ambassador Mcirccl Cadicux at a (icoi'fletown university semi- nar here was cancelled Monday afler an (jrauji at Cuban students threatened lo picket the building and Ihc uni- versity's undergraduate repre- sentatives dcclmixl Iho nmbas- .sador unvs'ekome, Hie university announced. A university spokesman said the ambassador had postponed his appearance be- cause lip was involved ii: pVepn- rations (or President Nixon's visit lo Ollawa this week. RpsLdcnls of Thailand con sunicd about 32 million of beer in 1D7J. ELKS PUBUC BINGO 125] 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS If a bingo is not called in 49 Nos. it be played out for a Jackpot NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALlOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, APRIL 13-HI-WAY FRIDAY, APRIL 14-H1-WAY SATURDAY, APRIL 15-CLIFF'S COM9O Oddities in tliv SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LAST HUN" In color. Starring George C. Scoit and Tony MusanLe. U'prlnpsday, April 12, show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KLUTE" Technicolor. S'.arrine Jane Fonda srii Donal'l Wednesday, April 12, show at p.m. K'.sii-ictcd adul'.. TABER Tower Theatre "IIARD RIDE" In color. Starring Sherry Bain and Robert FuUw. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. April 12. 13 and 14. Wednesday fhows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. DUHI.IN (Iteutcrl llox- crs with beards or h.iir hang- ing lielow the nape ot the neck have haimcil from lllc rinfi in the Republic pr Ireland under a rule introduced the Irish Amateur lioxing Asso- tialion, PKKTJ1 (Ilcntcr) 'Ihc lical is really on for the litie ot Australia's hottest Since 1907, Marble Bar in western Australia has bad an average daily temperature of 95.7 tk'grec.s, but in I'annn- wonica tlic daily average has not dropped below 100 decrees since records started to he kept there last December. K01IK As the ncnv- lyvvcds left church after their Slanfieltl: age of television TORONTO (CP) Opppsi- t i o Q Leader Robert Stanfield said todaj' Ije does not think television is a good medium lo use to discuss issues. However, be said he will have to use television lo cam- paign in the next federal elec- tion because Ibis is age of television." The Progressive Conserva- tive leader told about 700 stu- denls al a suburban high school that alter bo appears on television people can tell him if be was good or bad but not he said. He was replying lo a student said he o b e c t ed to the [over-emphasis on the pcrsonol- i ity of the party leaders in the Ontario election last October. Mr. Stanfield said lie was the receiving end of a personal- ity campaign in IMS when Prime Minister Trudeau was "a fresh face with no record to stand on." He said the next election must be fought on issues and iMr. Trudeau v.ill be judged on his record tbis time. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. In the Centre of Things WED., APRIL 12 VIMY LOUNGE 'VERA SINCLAIR' VI SAT., APRIL 15 VIMY LOUNGE 'MOONGIOWS' Royal Canadian Legion APRIL 14 BEAVER ROOMS 'VINCE D1TRICH' SAL, APRIL 15 BEAVER ROOM 'VINCE DITRICH' 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 SC00TENAY FILM FESTIVAL JOIN US AT THE YATES CENTRE SUNDAY, APRIL at p.m. KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNING FILMS ABOUT BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA SKIING HOT SPRINGS WILDLIFE Pick Up Tickets of Your AlBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE 903 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE t: c r c in o n y today, policemen approached Ihc (Jroom, Miiuro CiaraniiMiiu, and liini on cltai'tfes of dt'SLTlioii fj-otn DIG Jtijiian army. I'olit-c Fine! llicy bad lict-n followinK C'iafiitnijino all clay -hut (lulii'L want lo inler- R-i'e tlio cluirdi vvcildiny, SOU'I'IIARH'TON', England CAl'j The most wanted rab- bit in Hriti'iin has Uic police in a .sion'. (lie Umny arrival here illegally, lie has kepL police across UK? country hop- Tlic fugitive's dcsciiplion has Ijern on (lie police jichvoik iriiJi order, "stop llMl raLbil." Tlic rabbit arrived licre nn a cur ferry from France, sit- Linij calmly nn Ihc front of a truck. The driver, [inner Williams, sloppod nt customs and immigration checks, pointed out the rabbit, .ind drove oji. Only later dui customs mcu check and deterniina lhat under Btilisli law, ralibits as well as dogs, to be quar- atilincd fnr six months in a rabies check before tliey can enter the country. April 13, 1972 THE IFTHBRlDGE HERALD 7 nn; IN hi s I'LVNr.K j lUKJO'J'A, Colombia (llculcr Twelve persons died and 15 were injured when a mountain j road tollap.seil anil a bus fell nearly EUO feel down' a ravine I outMili! l.itiares, near tlic dorean frnnlier, it reported DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACr, Ccrli'ieri Di-nfal Wir-Jinni 8-304 5lS Sf. S. Ph LctlilMldfai TONIGHT and TKURS, III 7.00 und p.m. i THE SIGRY EVER WIN OSCARS FOR SUPPORTING ROLES-Ben Johnson Clorii Leach mem pose with Oscars affcr they were nameJ "best supporting aclor" and "bosI supporting acfress" at the annual Academy ceremony nl t.'io Music Centre in Los Angelcj. Johnson received his Oscar for his role in "The Last Piclure and Misi Icachmon honored for her role in "The Last Pic- lure Ellington rare F.X.CLUSIVP: LIMITED ENGAGEM FAMILY THE CLASSIC FiL'.' CP H'E LIFE CF JESUS CHRIST. Work on freeway suspended EDMONTON (CPJ City Council lias suspended con- struction on (he Jasper free- peruling completion of a transportation study which a city official said would tako two years lo prepare. The council decision came alter two hours ot" debate dar- ing which it was agreed the full implications of the f r e e iv a y, through MacKinnon Ravine had not been sufficiently exam- ined. Mayor Ivor Dent and live aldermen voted lo halt the pro- ject four voting against and two aldermen absent. The debate followed a motion by Aid. Una Evans calling lor a halt to construction in the ravine. Aid. Ron Haytcr suc- cess [ully introduced an amend- ment which stopped only until tlic transportation plan is accepted by council, George liodgc, city engineer, lolrt council it was estimated the plan would take years to complete. The city already has spent S2 million on the freeway the construction of storm sewers. An additional 52.5 million had been budgeted this year to complete the firsi, stfige ot thn arterial road. 'cince NEW YORK (API mused an obviously plessPd Duke as he looked at the pictures on the stamps. "Debussy, Bach, and Uukn." The occasion vas a concert last n i h I at the Whitney Government railway faces loss GHANDE PRAIHIE (CP) The A 1 b e r tn Resources Rail- way would face :i 55 million annual deficit even if present tonnage were tripled. Industry Minister Fred Peacock said here, "It behooves the government to ferret, explore and develop the ARH to make it less cost- he told Ilic Grande Prairie Chamber o( Commerce. do everything possible to make it fio.'1 He said tlic j-aihvsy cosls Al- berta taxpayers million to million a year. The provincial government Is renegotiating an open-end con- Iracl will i the Canadian Na- tional Railways on the railway, the minister said. The govern mcnl financed construction of (lie railway which is operated by the CNR. CFCN news prizes Rfc'GINA CCP) The Dadio- Television Directors As- ociation of Cnnaria announced icrc that lour wcslem Cana- dian broadcasting stations von news awards in the an- nual Prairie region compcti- ions. The Charlie awards, named 'or Charlie Edwards, retired general manager of Hroadcasl S'cws, an affiliate of The Cana- dian Press, Canada's co-opera- tive news agency, are for spot news reporting. The Dan. awards, named for the late Dan McArihur. first chief news editor of Ihe CBC, arc for documentaries of news specials. RTMJA president Frank F.lcgd of CKCK and CKCK-TV in ncgina announced that CFCX-TV in Calgary won the Charlie award for its coverage of the Kov. 11, 1971, hijacking of an Air Canada jetliner. The Don award TV winner was CKCK-TV. In radio, the Dan award vent to CilKC Edmonton for a docu- mentary dealing with s'oung >2ople and religion. The Charbc radio aivard went to Calgary's CFC.N' for ils coverage of the Air Canada hijacking. Museum's spring festival, which also features poelry and dance1 evenings. Ellington had jusl boon presented a block of stamps by Togo's ambassador lo the United States, Epiplianc Ayi Mawussi. Tlic stamps bore pic- tures of the four composers, Ellington, usually .seen by tho public as the leader of bis band, madn a ran? appearance as a pianist. The music v.-riUen by Ellington and the lale Bill> j Strayhorn. j He played Soda Fountain Rae, hut did not mention lhat hp vvrotc it wlitn lie was 13, One of his longer explanations J during the concerl j came for A New World Coining. Ellington snicl lhat tor 10 or 11 years his hand pave an annual concert al Carnegie Hall, the highlight of which was a work of strong social significance. The lirsL was lilack. Brown and Rpifie ant! the second, in 194-1, A New World Coming, "Or course the place Is in tho distant future where there will he no greed, no war, no categor- ies, where love is unconditional and no pronoun pood enough for the Duke explained. STARTS TOMORROW ot and p.m. HELD OVER AND MOVED OVER TO PARAMOUNT CINEMA STARTING TOMORROW Restricled Adult DelecliVG Harry Callahan. He doesn't break murder cases. He smashes them. Y iSJf Warner tiros A Company Teaching now CHENEY, Wash. An Al- berta student at Eastern Wash- ington Slate College, Bobby C. Brown, has begun spring quar- ter student teaching at Rogers High School, Spokane. Mr. Drown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Jr., and a 1959 graduate of Vauxball High is a music major at EWSC. ROYAL VISIT LON'DON (M'l Queen Juli- ana ot the Netherlands and her husband Prince Remhard have arrived in Britain for a five-clay state visit. Queen EHznbeth met (lie couple nt the oi IVijidsor Homo Park and their Errival Tuesday together in a cercmonJal carriage lo Windsor Castle. PAHAMCM NT Short Subjects "Dirly Harry'' 7'2.S. Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CT.VE.MA Short Subjects "Made for Each Other'1 Complete Ehow 9.30 COUJ-TiE CINEMA "The Greatest Story 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. FAM5LY SECOND FEATURE The Great Wars most explosive moment 1 ADULT ADULTS ADMISSION PRICES ,50 HIGH 5CHOOL STUDENTS Elk experience vrinler EDMONTON (LTi Albcr- i ta's population appears lo liavE survived Ihc winter in pood shape, with the exception of cik in Hie Pinchcr Creek I area wpsl or LethbrklRe, C.'liuok Ilaglunil or the lands. and forcsls saiil' Monday the only big-game thai experienced difficulties was Hie elk, because o[ the heavy snows in (he extreme southwest por-1 tion of the province. However it is not anticipated there will be any reduction in the number of elk licences is- sued in Alberta this fall. Mr. Haghmd said the winter j kill for deer was normal, al- though Ihe deer population was still below norrnal because o( the heavy kill in 1D70-71. Moose, mountain sheep and goals wore in good shape. I The province's grouse lalion was also lower Ilian in normal because Ihe land birr) is in Ihc final years oi a 10-year fluctuation period.' Starts Tomorrow nt end p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT "DIRTY HARRY" Color wilh CUNT EASTWOOD out of HE3SKY Vin, when he joiiis'THE CARRY ON GANG'and finds there is more to it than eetB the EYE... a lot more!