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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auguil 28, 1972 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD f Memorial of film slurs past, present Walk of Fame sidewalk to gel first good scrubbing years Life to Live IXin'f fall me nov Audrey tc> Our Lives tc> Siiniiurr Olympics r.nllripinn General llospllnl Ki UVfOVJIicrc Mr.irf Is 3 -CO Uirro en n Yatili 'IY'T u- Dfllint) .00 J.rflfdi Splil Sfcr.nd fir I ftir'lul TUESDAY I! W AH My Childre I.tX) COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HOCKEY INSTRUCTION SCHOOL Tfic Community Services Departmenl will be spon- soring a Hockey Instructional School for Pce-Wfie boys ;10-12 years} from September 11 lo September 16, 1972, and (or Bantam boys (13-14 years) from Sep- lembcr 18 10 Scplernijcr 23, 1972 at the Henderson Park fee Centre. lliR rcgiilralion fno nino hours of ice lime. be per bey lor ill bfi laken in Room No. ui from Tuesday, August 29 to flit? Civic Spcrls Cenlrc from Tuesday, August 29 to Thursday, August 31, 1972, bolwcen the hours of p.m. p.m. onrf p.m. p.m. Registrations will be taken on a first come first served basis, as only a limited number will be accepted. Instructors lor the school will lie: MR. HECTOR NEGREUO MR. S1AN MAXWEH MR. IES COIYVIU MR. GARRY CANADINE Each boy is requested to provide his own skates, stick and prolcclivo equipment. Tor further information, ccnfaci" Ihe Community Services Department ol 328-2341, local 236. unfavorable freight rates, the question of markets for our products, etc., as problems which the provincial govern menl cannot settle. "However it is clear lhat tli people cf Quehec have legiti cc'tsinns, then Ihe Canadian male atpirations of seeing its j Khe hit it bv pumping "one taxpayer has a right collec-.provincial govenimenl become i let Ihrough its eye. Now she': o own a parl of that in- a base of support for French j lo the extcnl that it is j culluic in Canada. To ilo this. Constance into a "loose woman." The role of Constance, the gallant unwed mother in Grace Mctalious's novels, has been! played by Lana Turner and Eleanor Parker on the screen and Dorothy Malonc on tele- vision. Tiliss Ackerman said she had informed of the change in Constance's character several weeks ago. "They told me Ihey planned to dirty her up a she said. CROSBY SAFARI NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Ring Crosby went on in the wilds of Kenya this but the old crooner was up- staged by his 15-year-old daughter Mary Frances, who shot a killer crocodile wliich had been lerrprizing local people, Crosby .said here.. The Crosby family was on sa- fari in the bush in Ihe Tana River area of Kenya's Coast province, where Ihe shooting took place. were loM the croc had been lerrorizing people for some Bing reported, "ft had killed a native and a coupJe of Somalis. The croc measured 12 feet, 7.9 inches. "The croc was lying on the Tana River bank. Mary has never done any shooting before. leing subsidized." CRITICIZES GUAMS The current grant system, lowevcr, has had no effect on ob creation, Mr. Lewis said, jranls increased in the !asl few years by 35 per cent: unemploymenl in the same pe- riod has risen 33 1-3 per cent. If the New Democrats formed Mr. Ixiwis refused to predict how they will do in the next vould nol increase the rale of corporation tax. Rather, the parly would in- crease the revenue from rations by plugging tax loop- lioles. By way of example, Mr. Lewis said, 33 or 82 Irust com- panies, 77 of 32G mortgage loan companies and three of 13 banks paid no lax in 190S, the last year for which figures were available. Mr. also reiterated re- cent statements about Ihe labor movemenl. "There arc too many unions lhal are traditional in their demands, lhat think that if Ihey ask for the moon Ihey might come down somewhere. "I don't think you can do that these c'ays. I Ihink the demands have lo be realistic and I think Quebec needs efferent powers from those of Saskatchewan." Premier Shreyer said he does nol agree uith the two-nations concept in the judicial sense of two sovereign states. On the other hand, he doubt- ed English Canada would resist if a majority of CJuebecers opt- ed for "And after a 10- or period I have the impression lhat an effort would he made to reach a kind of European Common Market. We would orient ourselves toward a kind of working integration with Ihe idea of a political union in Ihe back of our minds." DIFFERF.NCKS EXAGGERATED Premier Peter Lougheed of Alberta said thai, aside from DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suilo 8-304 Sth St. S. Ph. 327-7244 leltibr'do. Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meelings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN Supper Club Song Skylings By "HUGH SYMONS1 and "HARRY MUNRO" GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. LAST TIME TONIGHT i the language question, he did net notice a particular society in Quebec. "There are differences in the way (here will always be differ- they have to be scially abie. jusifi- "It isn't possible in a modern society for the union, any more than for any other organization, to say: This is what I want for my men regardless." Transcript of the Interview was released to the press in ad- vance. betwen east and south and west, hut I TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY really think they are exagger- ated." Premier W. A. C. Bennett, of British Columbia, said that if Quebccers were to vote today, CO per cent of Ihcm would opt for remaining wilhiu confeder- ation. "LAST REBEL" IN COLOR JOE IN A CAR WITH GUN AND GLASSES" IN TECHNICOLOR SAMANTHA EGGAR GYRO BINGO THURSDAY ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short "Last Picture Show" Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show coiXEcr: CINKMA Short Subjects "Joe Sliow GIIHHN ACRES DRIVK-IN "llloml of Drrcula's Castle" "Nightmare in Wax1' One Complcle Shew RESTRICTED ADULT "A -PMl 0. ZIMMERMAN, NOW SHOWING al ant! p.m. A BOS PflOOOCTKW LAST 2 NIGHTS FAMItY ENTERTAINMENT CINEMA 4lh AVE 6th TONIGHT and TUES. at ond p.m. i SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING At ond p.m. S CLBNfT I EASTWOOD JQEKJDD COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBUC SWIMMING Aug. Aug. Aug. Sepl. Sept. Sepl. Sepl. 4 PRITZ SICK FOR FALL IIONS Swim 7 9 Swim 4 9 Swim 4 9 Swim 4 9 Swim 12-5 p.m. 6 9 Swim 1 5 p.m. 6- 9 Swim i 5 p.m. S, 6-9 p.m. HENDERSON POOL NOTE: Rctjistrci No. 1 of Ihe Public Swim 4 9 p.m. ions for Ihe Fa' Ac Spoilt Swim 4 9 p.m. Swimming In: on September Swi'm 9 p.m. ruction, ond Ev 1, 13 cind 14, Swim i 9 p.m. ginncri Sknllna 972 1 lo Swim 12-9 p.m. Instruction Pio p.m. and 6 Swim 1-9 p.m. jrcims will p.m. Swim 1 9 p m. token in Gym ;