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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Douglas wants takeover TORONTO Former New Democratic Party national leader Tommy de- scribing the energy crisis as important to be left in the bands of the petroleum in- has called for nation- alization of oil and gas pipe- lines in Canada and estab- lishment of a national energy research and development com- pany. Mr. member of Par- liament for The said there is a shortage of oil and gas only in certain areas of the world. has only two per cent of world reserves on he said. we have to learn to conserve the energy we now Society should act solely as trustee of energy reserves and has no right to use up energy -supplies for future be told delegates attending the International Union of Chemical and Atomic Workers convention. The delegates rep- resent about workers in Canada and the United States. Mr. Douglas also said that oil companies who continue to raise prices are guilty of way He cited four price increases by oil companies in Canada since last November and said the over-all cost had risen dur- ing the period by 93 cents a barrel. Broadcasters boost signal OTTAWA Two Brit- ish Columbia radio stations have been granted power in- the Canadian Radio- Television Commission has an- nounced. CKEK Cranbrook will go to watts from while CFEK which broadcasts on watts in goes to 500 watts from 250 at night. Not a puppy anymore a Great tries to climb into the lap of her Mrs. Dog Show at Moncton. Lady or the dog had to stand while her owner John Fisher of during the 62nd All-Breed Championship took a breather. Kneeling in prayer Comedian arrested at White House WASHINGTON Co- median Dick Gregory was ar- rested and charged with unlaw- 'ul entry this week when he melt in prayer among a line of on nthe steps of the White House Gregory joined more than 65 persons who have been arrested since July 6 at the White House when they protested United States bombing in Cambodia. Two others with Gregory were arrested Tuesday. They were Michelle and Michael both of New York. Later in the George Balti- also was arrested when knelt in prayer. I This Week at the MINERS' 733-13th St. N. MEMBERS and GUESTS ONLYI Mo. Vet- eran actor Broderick Crawford and Mary Alice Michel of Los Angles have applied for a marr- iage lincence in this St. Louis suburb. The 61-year-old actor is known for his role as' the grumpy fast-talking patrolman television series Highway Patrol. It will be the third marriage for and the second for Mrs. a who said they met in Holly- woood. Crawford won an Oscar in 1949 for All the King's Men. NEW YORK The jnovie version of Jesus Christ Superstar came under attack from both Jewish and black spokesmen on the eve of its Bourassa holds trump card SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfair Theatre Walt Disney's WORLD'S GREATEST In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russel. Friday and August 10 and 11. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ON THE ROOF' In color. Starring TOpol. Winner of 3 Academy Awards including best picture and best actor. Saturday and August 11 and 12. Thursday show at p.m. Ad- mission for this show only. Adults Children Family MILK RIVER Sunlartd Theatre In color. Starring Terence Bud Spencer and Woody Strode. Friday and August 10 and 11. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Tonight is Bargain Night. per car. In color. Starring Robert Duvall and Donald Pleaxent. August 9. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre THE LAST 10 In color. Starring Alex Guiness and Doris Kunstmann. Friday and August 10 and 11. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. By JACQUES BOUCHARD QUEBEC Using elec- tricity as a trump card. Pre- mier Robert Bourassa is ex- pected to try to convince the At- lantic provinces to support his bid for establishment of a su- per-tanker port on the lower St. Lawrence River when the pro- vincial premiers meet in Char- lottetown Aug. 9-11. Sources close to the premier's office have indicated that the despjte the fact the port proposal is still under study by the natural resources has decided the port should be built and will use promised sales of electricity to gain some allies at the confer- ence. Mr. Bourassa is conscious that if the Atlantic provinces become interested in a similar Quebec's hopes would be severely compromised be- cause of favorable geographical location. It is expected he will make a bid to get support for estab- lishment of the port in Quebec with promises once the James Bay project is finished or perhaps even before its com- Quebec could consent to selling them electricity. Mr. Bourassa believes he can rely on the support of which the premier claims is al- ready suffering from a shortage of electricity. could be- come Quebec's ally even though Mr. at the federal provincial conference in Ottawa in reversed positions after Ontario Premier William Davis had strongly supported Quebec positions concerning financing of social affairs programs. LABOR 4 LIB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY and Their Invited opening but the producers said it would open as scheduled. demonstrations continued against another movie Badge by Puerto Ricans who say the film protrays them as prostitutes and dope pedlars. Protests against Jesus Christ Superstar came from the Anti- Defamation League of B'nai B'ritn and the Baptist Confer- ence of Greater New York and Vicinity. Benjamin national director of the Anti-Defamation said the movie was a which has and vivid emphasis on a Jewish mob's demand to kill The portrayal of Judas by a black man was cited by Rev. Earl president of the Baptist who said it was insulting to blacks and de- manded the film be removed from distribution. A spokesman for Universal Pictures said the film was In- tended as a musical entertain- not a theological docu- and would open as sched- uled. The Puerto Rican protest against Badge 373 went into its second day Tuesday and forced police to cordon off all en- trances to a Skyscraper hous- the Paramount Pictures headquarters. Father's name now off record FORT Ind. A Fort Wayne newspaper re- ports Tuesday that the name of the father has been removed from a birth certificate which the Washington Post has said bore the name of a George S. McGovern of South Dakota. The birth certificate's eris-. tence became known after a brief reference to Fort Wayne in former presi- dential aide H. E. Haldeman's testimony before the Senate Watergate committee. The Washington Post later re- ported that Haldeman once pro- posed leaking a story to the press that the 1972 Democratic Sen. George S. McGovern of South fathered an illegitimate child in the 1940s. McGovern has denied he fa- thered an illegtimate child. Lawyers for the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel and the local board of health said they found the birth certificate Tuesday after the newspaper obtained a court order permitting it to search the records. But David the newspaper's said the name of the father had been eradicated. Boyer said the birth certifi- cate was tampered The newspaper obtained the court order after health officials refused to release a copy of the certificate. The officials said that under state records of illegitimate births can be opened only by court order. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CiTY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Skating and Museum FACILITY Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 13 FRITZ SICK Swim 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1-5 p.m. and 8-10 Swim 12-1 p.m. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. and 8-10 Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim 12-1 pm. Public Swim 1 5 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. UONS Swim p.m. and 9 Swim p.m. and 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. HENDERSON Swim 11 a.m. -9 Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 1 1 a.m.-9 Swim i 1 9 Swim 1 1 a.m.-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GALT 9 9 p.m. Today's PARAMOUNT of One Complete Show Next Matinee Saturday at 2 No Short Subjects Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects Of Last Complete Show Adult Not Suitable For Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects of Last Complete Show Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN of Frenchie One Complete Show Adult Y.T. The Klondike '73 canoe pag- racing canoes and an armada of support vessels- have reached this Territorial ending the first leg of a 650-mile venture re-tracing the route of the 1896 gold rush. the 65-member ex- pedition left Aug. the route has taken the modern-day Klondikers over the Cnilkoot Pass to Lake and down the rugged Yu- kon River lake system. It was the same route fol- lowed 75 years ago by some 000 Stampeders who rushed over the Chilkoot to Dawson and the Klondike fields. Augutt 1973 THI LITHIRIDGC HERALD J Klondike canoes at Yukon dock canoe pageant will end In Dawson City Aug. which commemorates the first strike on the Klondike River made by George Car- Tagish Charlie and Skookum Jim. The final section into Whitehorse took the canoeists from Marsh Lake onto the Yu- kon River proper for the first and .through Miles Can- the first fast water of the trip. The 15-mile segment was completed in a driving rain- storm without incident. In the fourth three-mile sprint race of the the six- member Northwest Territories crew captained by Alfred Charlie handed the British Co- lumbia team its first defeat as the canoeists tackled their most difficult race to date on the fas t-flowing river currents through downtown Whitehorst. The B.C. team finished sec- followed by and the Yukon which disappointed a crowd of gathered on the riverbank for the finish. Despite their the B.C. team headed by Baldy Jackson of White Rock main- tained its lead in aggregate points toward the in prize money in the with a to- tal of 17. The NWT s-Aiad moved Into second place with followed by the Yukon with Alaska with nine and Wash- ington with seven. Next the canoes move into the Lake LeBarge section of one of the most trea- cherous stretches of the River system. Airline earnings fly high VANCOUVER Net earnings for Pacific Western Airlines during the first half of 1973 amounted to up 16 per .cent from the first six months of the company said in a report to shareholders distributed Tuesday. Volkswagen recalling Audi models TORONTO Volks- wagen of Canada is recalling 839 Audi 100-type sedans pro- duced between last November and February because of pos- sible brake a spokes- man said yesterday. He said the Canadian cam- paign is being co-orinated with a similar one in the United .States where Volkswagen of America is recalling of the sedans. Letters will have been sent to Audi owners con- cerned by this weekend. The possible problem the company lies in the bolts which hold the front disc brake calipers together. There are four bolts for each calliper and if one or more of them a brake fluid leak will result which might reduce or cause loss of front braking power. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. If no bingo called after 59 Numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. NO ONE YEARS PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Aug Aug. Aug. green acres drive in TONITE THRU SATURDAY i or. a Cam 327-11W ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. FAMILY NOW SHOWING Evenings at 8 p.m. No Matinee Friday nOBERTWISE -rf-n-- Matinee Sat. at 2 p.m. They've come alongway since that summer of Class O Color Ctiibnllng WHMT Im. SMi MtfnraiT ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema NOW SHOWING ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN college cinema An. ft Mayer NOW SHOWING Fists of Fury Cofcr-A Notional Ctnirol ;