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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THF HLHAID Fiiiltiy, August 17, 1971 VICTORIA (CP) The ptih- Pancl TiuildinRs Ud., Ushers of Maclean's nr.d Saliir- led :i nlam on Ihc day N i K h t magazines said u'fCTvc of Ih- city, j Thursday lluiy will continue lo to collect a i publish liquor advertisements a r 1) i t r a lion hoard in Ih'jir ed'tions lirit- ish Cdlninbia despite n provin- cial ban on such ads cll'eetivc I Iv blicn I o an appeal court. issues ot Mac- Adult School Lefhbr FALL SEMESTER ProparaJcry and Matriculation classes begin Wednesday, Seplembcr 1, or ThiKsr'ay, E-rplcmfccr 2, and end Wednesday, December 15 or Thursday, De- cember 16. Upgrading clcsses begin Monday, Sept. 27th and end Thursday, Dec, Etuli course opsraics two evenings per week p.m. Inroughout the schedule COURSES OFFERED HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY BIOLOGY 120 TT CHEMISTP.Y 120 MW ENGLISH 120 TT FK5XCH 120 MW 110 MW MATHEMATICS 120 MW PHYSICS 120 TT HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION BIOLOGY 130 MW CHEMISTRY 130 TT ENGLISH 130 TT FRENCH 130 TT MATHEMATICS 130.......... MW MATHEMATICS 131 TT PHYSICS 130.............. MW SOCIAL STUDIES 130 MW UPGRADING Basic English TT English SO TT Mathematics 80 MW Scionce 80 MW TT ir.d'cc'GS clcises ill operate erch Tuesday end Thursday will operate each A-Aonday and Wednesday 130 arc equivalent to the regular Grade XII level subject; C: Icnc'.'cd 120 art? to tnr? regular Grcde XI level subjects labelled 110 are equivalent lo the regular Grade X level subjects CREDITS RECEIVED MAY BE USED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR FOR COLLEGE CREDIT S30 ncr course NCTe: in a regular high schcol meiy not register in the evening H'rjh SD ool Program without permission of the principal of Ilie high school '--us! be accompanied by a deposit of S5 will be included cc-: of each course. Balance of fees are due and payable on open- cf class. 0 ''.i. o are encouraged fo C i t.'s l.-.lc-J for each course arc 1" I'.r'cli c-quipmcn' provided -'-Irff.c-n rray be irade in person at Ccl'.-- or by :'-L- c- en TOrm loc-jthcr tl'C re- cv.-rccl' fo-. T 7-0 Crj'l-.-r, rtJSCTVi.-s 'he- rlai.t )0 with- arr -OLTSO which hlle.-l' is in- dc-cnd C r v. a linvc in a ccurre iv lo b; ca-cdlcd w'll bo notifitd I.'L> fees for Fjrl'-.cr In'crn-j-.on Plccrcc Contact: Or EDUCATION Collrgs Alberta 327-2141 REGISTRATION FORM rollowing course '.5 Course Nome Fee: 5...... Icurse Nome Fc-e: 5...... Receipl No............. Date lean's already an1 hwng U.C They i'Oiib.ii liquor as will Hie cilition of Salui'day "As far as we're conccrntd, our is Ihal lliL1 government, rejulaiiu.i dues not apply lo naliun.il Uacican's Uoyd Hod- said in a itrlephcnc in- terview from Titronlo. Wiuiain Nubli'iiian. publislier of Saturday M.al'l, said lio I Ihinlis Lite IKIII i-i uiit'OnsLitu- Saturdaj iiiulil, lie said, will continue to publish Uciuor ads. 'I he ban cfiji'O ;'s a change Ji] Ihe govcrr.nicnt Licjur.r Act dur- ing 1971 Icisiflalive session. It to all forms of liquor advertising. SICEK JUDfiJIlCNT Publishing companies Mar-- ican-Himlcv Lid. and Time Can- ada Ltd. ai'L- eight firms which have IjroughL cr.tions before B.C. Supreme Ccurt sec-king a dceliilory judg- ment c.i Ibe ot (tic new ban. eoiirl W'as not expected lo hear the case until October nr November. Air Nobleman said his ath'ice is that I'. C. docs not Kennedy sees human misery WASHINGTON (Ileuler) Senator Edward M. Kennedy said today his rccenL trip lo Pakistani refugee camps in India shou'cd lite need for more United States and international efforts to combat Lhe mosl ap- palling tide cl human misery in modern times. The Massachusetts Democrat, chairman of the Senate judici- ary subcommittee on refugees, discussed his recent week-long trip to Ihe cainps in a speech to the National Press Club here. He proposed major changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Paki- stan, including possible at- tempts to end its membership in the Southeast Asia Treaty Or- ganization if Paldstan does not end what he called its "cruel policy of repression toward East cruel policy Bengal." SENATOH KENNEDY Claims Chiua iu no hurry PARIS (Renter) Alain Pey- rcfilte-. fcrmcr French cabinet mirislcr who just returned Irom hnve the power lo Inn liquor i said China would ads or prevcr.t ilisti-ibuticn of vcry-cxaciir.g rondlllons' in any detente with the United In an interview uith the news- paper La Croix, Peyrefitte fore- cast that the results nf U.S. President Nixon's forthcoming trip to ChJJia would not be felt publications which curry them. "They (the B.C. arc m.'iking the publication of nalional magayires in this coun- Iry he ''If there's pointi (o be a na- tional press in this country. I don't knew how much of this j kind of crap we can put up with and survive." j Also going into effect r.exl. I i Wednesday be a provincial i br.n ca tobaco advertising in B.C. Spokesmen for Imperial To- Products Ltd. ar.d Roth- m-'s nf Pzll Mall Canada Lid. said carlirr Ihe companies had been by lawyers that their billboards and other ouL- ilcor could May up a lest Macrinna'd Tobacco Inc. said it rer-eivcd similar advice, hut (lie company Ic remove ii< ail'.-erlismg to conform witii 1 tlie law for some Lime afterward. "The Chinese are not so hur- ried about reaching a detente (hat they will net pose very-ex- acting he said. "There will be no normaliza- tion of relations with the United Slates as long as the United States does not irrevocably commit ILself lo withdraw all its (reaps from Indochina and Tai- wan Military plan, meeting called 2; priests aslum iRciiierl Two n a d i a n H'jn-.an Calholic have sciujht asylum in n Clilean pnrt aflcr Irom Bo- i. said today, i'.o priests v.cre uiL'ii'.inocl as Jacques Jdi.n ar.d .Rev. xrl cf Quebec. Car.idjan-bci-n pric_-t, Pcv. ".'LCO Lclevre, 30. was killed BuInUiii (Ilirinir ivccki'.'rd as he mih- itn h a o k i n p ex-president n Torres against right-whig iv rebels. BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Kuwait called today for a meet- ing of Arab kings and heads of stale lo prepare a military plan for the next confrontation with Israel. Acting Pi cmier S'aad al-Sabah told the Beirut newspaper Al Nahar that such a military plan is necessaiT to avoid mistakes committed by Ihe Arabs in the 19G7 war with Israel, and "can be drawn up only in a summit meeting." He also called for an end to all differences among the Arabs and the revival of the so-called eastern front of Syria and Jor- dan. Syria recently hroke relations with Jordan because of King Hussein's successful crackdown on the Palestinian Arab guerril- las. Billet- reJalious Mann nj) JAKARTA (Renter) Once-1 President Suharto, who as s bitter relations between The j yowg man !ovght as a Aelherlr.mls and its vast former ant.colond in slrug. co.cnv of Indonesia reached B historic point of friendship Thursday when Queen Juliana amvcd hci'e for the first visit by a Dutch monarch. gle for independence. His greeting to Queen Juliana and Piinee Bernliard marked the formal end of Ihe years of The warm and cordial wel-! impah-ed relations between the come, at the airport was led by i two countries. Seven coiuleiimed to death e runa acqu anu discharged two other persons on FOR I'lllDAY MOVIRi Docloi' Faiislus, li p-m.. Cli. U: Ilichnrd nurlon heads a c[ sludeuls Icacrers frcm Ihe Oxftrcl University Dramatic Society in udaplalion of Marlowe's ICIh ccnlui-y stage classic. Taylor co-slai's. FOOTBALL: Ollawn llmiSli Kidcrs vs. SasUalclicwan nougliriilci'S, 7 p.m., Ch. .13: An inlor-locKing Canadian P'oot- hall League ccatcst beLwecn a I c[ oid nvajs. MOVIE: The Sheriff, 7.-.TO Ch. 11: This film chron- icles the efforts of a blacl; and his while deputy to nail a white insurance salesman who rapul a black college student. Ossie Davis and (iaras star. VAIIIKTY: Here Come liic Wars, B p.m., Ch. 7: Cue-sis include Don Adams, Barbara r'cldon and produced Leonard SU'in of Get Smai'l, comics Sandy Earcn and Alan Drake and sirger Damila Jo. VARIETY: Johnny Carson Show, p.m., Cli. !l: Joey Bishop u'inds up a week as hcst with Frank Sin- atra Jr., among the guests. IJHAiMA: The FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Tcaighl a character study of a jewel fence determined lo keep his daughter frcm marryrag his accomplice. Carl Hi'tz is Ihe (nicst slar. MOVIE: Any Second Now, p.m., Ch. 13: When his catenas philanderer Paul Dwnison Granger) in an adullerous situation, ha decides he must kill her. Joseph Campar.clla ancl Lcis Nettlclcn MOVIE: The Pride ami llic Passion, p.m., Ch. 7: Stanley Kramer produced and directed this nf C. S. Forester's novel about Spain's rcvclt againsl N'jpolcon. Staj-s Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra ar.d Sapiiia Lortn. SATURDAY IIASERALL: National League (clrcasl, II a.m., Cli. 7: At press tims the nelwork to C'-JVCT ei.l'.or the Lcs Angeles New York game or the Atlanta Chicago clash. COLF: U.S. Match Play Championships, 1 p.m., Ch. 11: Quarter and semi-final action iJi the match play champion- ships. Widow accepts CALGARY CCP) A Cat ganr has acccjjtccl a out-of-com-L setllomcnt [rom three clhcr pnrlics fallow- ing a car-lrain accident which killed her Scliciloi's for Dorothy Lcwc, S5, and dclcndanls Canwlian Pacific Rail, n CPn pngmcer and the driver of the car, filed a Ktr.temcnt of .seUlcmcnt in Al- berla Supreme Court Thursday, Grant Scolt Lowe was killed Oct. n, 10M. whon Ihe car ui which lie was n and a CPR locoinc'ive ccllidcd in the city's easlorn part. Mrs. Lowe claimed damngcs nlleRing neglificnce on Ihe parl of ihs car driver, Ihe CPU and the train engineer. 'Hie CPR is to pay Ihe driver nnd the en- gineer dismissed. Churcli unity prayers sol LOXDOX (API The Arch- bishop of Canlcrbuiy, primalc of the ('hui'ch (if Kngland, and Pope head of Ihe Roman Calholic Chincli, will pray Sept. 2 for the unity of the Catholic and Anglican churches. The An- glican church information office disclosed [lie Kpe c i a 1 prayer plan. Pope Paul will pray at Caslel Ganrlolfo, his summer rcsideiMic, rud Dr. Michael Ram.M'y al. I.amhcth Palace in CHEC News on ihe Hour Wlhr. on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Over fchr John Oliver Show 9'Cu Ron Lctir.r show 4: -15 Counlry Digest Mil Sour a Back lo Hie Dible CHEC-FW Vci'ce nf China SATURDAY The Living World John McAllister ic CJOC T FRIDAY NIGHT John V.'.iikrr siv World al (.1-- Request Acffon Sho.v Line SATURDAY Rob Ingram Show News Ncv.s Nc-.vs, Sports Richard Gordon U'-CO Hr of Infnrmalion O CHEC FM News Hourly Wtnr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Major Ncv.s Bcb Concio f r News Murry Hedman Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Read Dans Run Li.cslock Report World at Six Free Friday Nalic.mil News Five Hiahts a Week Thc.ilre Let Ihe Elm SrL-nds LiUn Ejrcpi Eye Opener News Morning Com B-tf 9 10 N-licn Ronrd Ir.t'T lop Team K..11J Aclion Sot V07 Rciionnl Wthr. Opera Tlirno Salurdny West 5.03 PlnyL'r.10 327-2007 314 lltli Sf. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL v i 1 a 1 E o r v i c P K and IjcrformniicL1 checks. Come in today! All repairs fully guaranteed! v or P'.MS TARTS LET JEMM1E DO THE JOS CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cohlcvisian Ch. 6) FRIDAY 5-rc Hucklcbtrry Hound 11 T.-'iln --ris V i-jl IcSf.probe 7 11 7 6 ou Pi idc a Wyominci Mnil Ilia Pcissic-n KS S' Slnrs Cartoon Parly (c) -i.L'j A M..LL- L'. Yt'ur Tommy Hunler (c) I'.crrn D.iiit-y Oi'.n HollyvjOOtl and Ihc Firclinll XI. i JO K ilars 10 30 McHnlP's Llunr.y CFCN-TV Lcthbridgc Channel 13 (Cablovision Ch, 4) FRIDAY Ffll nnd 11 HO Ncwi I ricnds U) 5-30 I Drr-flJTi nl ft-GO Bewitched (c) Any Srcrntl Nnw ft (c) In Ctnvurialicn Con- SATURDAY 11-75 llioinihl (-'r Diy 4 V.'in u( 11 :-0 Kifldlc, K-I.TI-M (c) Sporls Roundup Con-fl t cijdhcr Ic) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Hin Annn.il World SATURDAY -S'OO Ni'wi (r.) (iroovu1 Gin i-10 Andy Griffith Show flrlf Movio: Archies I un Dr. Fnuslus SCQ'l I.cnnliny Drin Ironiiclo (L) V.'Sf} Ihr WMiKfr Nowr. (c)