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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wsdncs'Jqy. December 1, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD actor HOLLYWOOD f AP) He site with ample holly, spectacles down Ills raise, and occasion- ally nddrcssing liis Mlow revo- lul'ioiisls willi wry comments on the nature of human lihcrty. lie can he from portraits on the old Saturday KvcninR Post as B e n j a miin Franklin. It i.s an impurso.'iation that Howard DaSHva performed in the show 177C ra Broadway for is now doing for the film version which .Jack Warner is producing for Col- umbia. DaRilva never thought he would make the movie. I "None of us in the original cast thought we had a chance for the film; it just doesn't work that way in said the actor. sisted on using the 12 actors who originated the roles." For DaSilva the return to Hol- lywood is especially satisfying. It was just 20 years ago that his flourishing film career came to an abrupt halt when he was blacklisted by the industry. He tad failed to answer questions from a congressional committee about alleged pro-Communist His return to films with David and Lisa in 1S63 brought other offers and now he has his choice of film roles once more. But Warner wanted the origi- nd cast. "And he stuck by his guns de- spite plenty of opposition; he in- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Notional Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lettibridge Loans approved OTTAWA (CP) T he ap- proval of loans totalling to the Alherla Housing Corp. for two projects was announced today by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. In Stony Plain, will assist in a land-assembly pro- ject. In Slave Lake, will assist construction of a 20- .unit low-income housing devel- i opment. n eai WOMEN IN SWISS PARLIAMENT Wa Her Renschler, member of the Swiss National Council, presents a rose to Liliane Uchtenh agsn, a new member of the Council, in Berne, as women entered the Swiss Parliament for the first time. Mrs. Uchtenhagen is one of 11 women now in the Swiss Parliam cnt. thcj forthcoming. They suggested it U.S. cmbassv refused to divulge i merely made explicit a tacit ar- ingcment dating back to 1059. The question could be crucial buciur-o Washington has been Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights From 8 p.m. to 12 midnight FEATURING TEE LINEMEN" arrangement suspicions have been hat a memornmium signed by iho Canadian and U.S. governments in June, 19G3. called for a "rough o! the nact. d e f I c i t f o r changes in the agreement as well as oilier U.S.-Csnada trading airarge- 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS PICTURE FRAME BINGO Turkey Bingos every Thursday until New IJO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Years for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, DEC. 2 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO FRIDAY, DEC. 3 MUSIC MAN SATURDAY, DEC. 4 CLIFF'S COMBO defence critic stall, member for Dartmouth- Halifax East, tried to get the answer in the Commons, with no .success. Defence Minister Donald i lac- dona'd told ll'.'.'m i The deparime-t will not jeopardy. Minister Jean-Luc Pciiin. who even say whether such a memo- j Mr. Fcrrcstall also suggested was absent from the House. rar.dum was signed. in I he House Friday that the Outside the Commons, trade U.S. sources were, no mere j mothbaUtag of (he Canadian hy- drofoil naval vessel could lie us on the CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In Mctrocolor. Starring Pat Quinn, Don Johnson and Country Joe The Fish. Wednesday, Dec- ember J. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Child- ren. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre liin STATUK1' fu color. Starring David Nivcn and Virna Wednesday, December 1. Sliow at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CRL-EK Fox Theatre WITTERING AND ZIGO" In color. Wed- nesdav, December 1. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suit- able FCM- children. VICTORIA (CP) A Viclo- psychologist f-'iiys marks a! sclMjoi an addic- tion to television watching are not linked as cause and effect but usually are symptoms of an unhappy child. "Ext'CKsive t e e v i s i o n wMchir.g is ;t symptom of some other Dr. L. W. Axmaker, a psychologist with the Greater Victoria .school board, saici in :m inter- view. "It's easier to attack televi- sion than to ask why some children would rather watch j television than be with their j families." Dr. Axmaker said children who Ihink "no one caiv-." about them" tend to do badly in school and use television as an escape from an unhappy situation. "If my children are feeling unhappy or depressed they watch more television than they do ordinarily." The psychologist said that although children who have grcwii up with television have much more general knowl- edge than their parents did at a comparable age, bo is con- cerned that children may not be able to distinguish between reality and the fiction they sec on television. "Parents must, sit clown with their children and point cut the difference bchvecn reality and fantasy. "Children who watch televi- sion and lit've no discussion with parents about what they see can become very con- fused." I C'O.N'CERXED OVER ADS He also expressed concern ahcut television advertising and its effects on children. j "So many advertisements try to con children into buying j an expensive toy by making j them think they will be the only one left out of the fun if they don't have it." However, he said, the next generation of adults should have much more resist- ance than their parents be- cause children today are ob- serving that television adver- tising promises much more than it delivers. Two Victoria mothers ech- oed Dr. Axmaker's pique with television Commercials, Mage Garvan, a 31-year-okl ways smi'iler and more frag- THE UNIVERSITY OF LEYHBRSBSE CHOIR presents oi O Christmas Music GEORGE SKIPWORTH, Conductor LOUISE CHAPMAN, Accompanist St. Augustine's Anglican Church llth Street and 4fh Avenue South Tuesday, December 7, 1971 p.m. NO ADMISSION CHARGE TONITE end THURS. At p.m. ADULT It's a Killer! lyRGEi FRIES REGOLAR BEVERAGE Available At Bath Locations 210 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-6056 OPEN DAILY AT A.M. 1607 Mayor A'lagrath Dr. Ph. 327-8253 Ij ''It has nothing lo do with the production sharing j i thu minister re-j 1 plied. i 1L might have resulted from i U.S. wishes to develop a hydro-1 fcil with retractable foils, a fca-! Lire lacking in the Canadian j version, ha said. L'XDEK U.S. PKESSUKE Macdonald said several chys r.go that he is being pressed by the U.S. government and aircraft manufacturers to buy a U.S. replacement for the Argus anti-submarine airplane. About 20 replacements would be needed, at a cost of about millkn. In one blow that would nearly win i1 out the Canadian produc- tion surplus, although U.S. mak- rrs say much of the planes j would be built in Canada. j Mr. Mr.cdonald says he has to 1 decide on the replace to refit the Argus I 12 months. i Tlis UJ59 acreoment, pigncd by the government, was intended io give Cnnadir.n i industries equal access with I their U.S. competitors to di> fence contracts related to conii- j nenia! dcfc'nce. At IhaL time, Canada was ex- pected to lie a net importer of military hardware. But the Virt- nrm wnr changed the game, giving Canada a surplus as Ca- nadians filled Pentagon orders. station licence Mill be extent OBSKRVK WEATHER There are- more than 2.300 e Centre DEC. P.EAVER ROOM 'fiflOOKGLOWS WED., mv. is? V1MY LOUNGE 'METROS' WED., DEC. 1st ViMY LOUNGE SAT., DEC. 4th BEAVER ROOM MULTI CHANNEL TV AND FM Phono 328-1222 1010 3rd Avonuo South legfon GENERAL STEWAI-if BRANC FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS NO. 4 Ut AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. EDMONTON (CP) Don j Getty, minister of inter govern-1 mental affairs, says he has' boon "virtually assured'' that Radio Station "CKUA will have its licence extended for a year j from next March. Mr. GXy. commenting after j talks with State Set-rotary flcr-1 nrd Pellrlier, said he feels it is only "a matter of time" un- til a permanent licence is granted to the station which is owned by the provincial gov- ernment, j lie said Mr. Pelleticr was told j "Alberta is determined to have i CKUA remain and there an- j pearcd no question that he was I prepared to co-operate." j The Canadian Radio-Tolevi- j vision Commission has said it does not. favor government- j owned radio .stations. TONITE and TKURS. p.m. ;ome. RESTRICTED ADULT A-i ALBERTO CRIMALDI Production FHUNL..BERNAKDNO ZAPPOM COLOR by Deluxe' Imtoil Artists Coinediau