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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Better deal in energy sales urged CALGARY (CD Albcr- tans should help tlie govern- ment set environmental control standards anil must demand a better bargain when selling en- ergy to the United States, says Indus [ry Ministcr Fred Pea- cock. "It seems to mo we some- times come out regula- tions industry con not he told a meeting of the Am- erican Institute of Plant Engi- neers. But no one has yet bothered to tell his department whether an industry can conform lo any of the regulations which the province has been trying to im- plement, he said, COUEGE SAT. and SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY ON COMPLETE SHOW EACH DAY AT P.M. DOORS OPEN P.M. CHILDREN'S ADMISSION 50c runaway hitertty when lunsdownCnvKAlk.. Energy exports should he a lever for the sale of other Al- berla products to the U.S. If they want our oil, "wo should insist the U.S. also take along so many tons of another export." "We have sat back and let Ottawa tell us how good the auto pact is for Ontario. Now we must tell Ottawa what we as western Canadians need." Tax abolished HEGINA CCP) The Sas- katchewan legislature Wednes- day gave second reading, ap- proval in principle, lo a bill to eliminate the five per cent sales tax on meals costing or less. Premier Allan Elakeney said the bill would allow thousands of residents to purchase basic meals without paying what he called a "hot dog" or "soup crackers" lax. The tax was implemented In 19C8 by the former Liberal gov eminent. ASSASSINATED Gen. Juan Carlos Sanchez, 52, com- mander of Argentina's 2nd Army and OUR of the most powerful officers In the na- tion, was assassinated by ter- rorists who opened fire ou his chauffeurcd car. (AP WIRE- PHOTO by radio from Bue- nos DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV A Q RADIO AND TV J AA V, IX J 30, ST EL RANCHO Harvey Grashbanger" (from EDMONTON MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) "MOJo'llEVUE" DANCING and ENTERTAINMENT Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVERCHARGE FRIDAY NO COVERCHARGE FOR LADIES NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" AT THE "I MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 733 13th St. N. NOW FUUY LICENCED THE ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS and TEEN CLEFFS "SPRING SING" Sunday, April 16th 3 P.M. and 8 P.M. YaJes Memorial Centre GUEST ARTISTS: PERRY FOSTER Cello SOUTHMINSTER JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR Tickets available from Leisters' and Choir Members Afternoon: Students 75c Adults Evening Sludents Adults TtiunJ-sy, April 13, 197J THB -LtTHBRIDCE HERAID 7 p.m. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS If a bingo is not called in 49 Nos. it will be played out for a Jackpot NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, APRIL 13-HI-WAY FRIDAY, APRIL 14-HI-WAY SATURDAY, APRIL 15-CIIFF'S COMBO Doris Day's son hurt in mishap 11EMET, Calif. (AP) Film producer Terry Mclcher, 30, D son of actress Doris Day, was in icspital today with serious inju- ries suffered in a motorcycle accident. He suffered extensive cruises and hoth legs were bro- ken, a hospital spokesman aid. MOSCOW (AP) Valery Panov, one of Russia's lop (lan- has been dismissed frorr the Kirov ballet company am hrandcd a traitor because he wants to emigrate to Israel, his friends reported Tuesday night They said the dismissal order was read out to Panov at a spe- cial meeting last Friday in Len- ingrad. Panov, a Jew who changed his name from Shulman be- cause he feared anti-Semitism, was hauled before the ballet company's 20 union representa- tives wtio unanimously endorsed a dismissal order which charged him with being "a trai- tor to his country." Panov applied last March 21 lor the "character references" required by Soviet law to sup- port an application for exit pa- pers. LOS ANGELES (Renter) The producer of the Academy-Award winning ani- mated subject, The Crunch Bird, Tuesday reacted to the news that his film had been at- tacked as anti-Jewish with the astonished remark: "But I'm Jewish." The American Jewish Con- gress issued a statement saying the cartoon was "A regrettable act of insensitivity toward the Jewish community." "Not only am I a practising producer Ted Petok told Ileuter, "but 1 am a trustee of my congregation." "This attack is truly ridicu- lous." The congress attacked the film for its use of Jewish dialect and caricature. The congress said: "Laughter at the expense of any racial, re- ligious or ethnic group is not en- tertainment" Petok said the film had been shown in 120 movie houses wilh- out a single word of criticism. "I don't think the use of that dialect is in any way offensive. It is not intended as a slur against anybody. We could have used any kind of dialect." Neiv mortgage scheme TORONTO (CP) _ Three measures to attract part of the billion needed annually to li- tiance housing construction in Canada soon will bo introduced Parliament, Urban Affairs Minister [Ion Bastard said Wednesday. They arc a residential mort- gage hank, mortgage invest- ment companies and a new mortgage instrument with flexi- ble rales and terms, Mr. Has- b' ford loM a yroup of builders and developers. The mortgage bank would bo a short-term lender to private institutions. It would supple- ment existing secondary market OIK'rations. The mortgage investment companies would provide a new opportunity for individuals and institutional investors to put inlo I mortgages, tiu sEiht. He com- j pared the proposed operations I to mutual funds. The new type of mortgago loan would be "a means thereby lenders or borrowers can be provided with a safe- guarded alternative lo the con- ventional mortgages." Researchers hope to breed a new strain of salmon OTTAWA (CP) Research-1 Dritain-and will visit (he Inter- crs hope to breed types of j national Atlantic Salmon Funn- saltnon that won't suim where I dation in Kt. Andrews, .N.B., LABOR ,hey can be caught by Danes, Sir Hugh MacKenzie, director of he Atlantic Salmon Research Trust in England, said Wednes- day. Interviewed during a short trip to Canada, Sir Hugh said he trust and other organiza- ions are attempting to deter- mine why certain salmon strains spawn, migrate and re- urn to their rivers of birth. Eventually, it may be possible o breed a strain that "won't go o Greenland to be caught by he the 59-year-old vice-admiral said. Denmark has been accused of overfishing the anadromous salmon- fish that breed in fresh water before returning to tho taking their catch on the high sea. Canada and Brit- ain have banned high sea salmon fishing and Denmark has agreed to end its catch by 1976. Sir Hugh, former head of the 51.5-billion Polaris submarine nu'lding program in the British defence department and in 1960 for the work, began working for the trust when he retired. He is in Ottawa to address the annual meeting of the Navy League of chair- man of the Navy League in Chapliu's name under guard in Hollywood SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES and 13. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" In Technicolor. Starring Walter i.attnau, Ingnd Bergman and that Kookie Blonde Goldie Hawn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 13 14 and 15. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlcind Theatre "A CUNFIGIIT" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas Johnny Cash. Friday anil Saturday, April 14 and Friday show at p.m. Adidt. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE" In color. Starring Frank- Sinatra and George Kennedy. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 14, 15 and 1C. Friday show at 8'00 pm Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DOCTOR ZIIIVAGO" In Mclrocolor. Starring Omar Sharif, Gcralcline Chaplin and Julie Christie. Winner of 6 Academy Awards. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 13. 14 and 15. Due lo the length of this motion picture Thursday one show only at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "HARD RIDE'' In color. Starring Sherry Bain and Rober Fuller. Thursday and Friday, April 13 and 14 Thursday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY-MINT JULEPS SATURDAY-ACES HIGH Members and Invited Guests! COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC mmm SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Fri., April 14 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sat., April 15 Public Swimming p.m. Sun., April 16 Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. April 17 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. HOLLYWOOD