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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Burtons dogs unpopular LONDON AP Richai Burtons style in dogs has upa liis now Burton and his Elizabet recently took over house in a norl London and liired a s curity firm to provide guar dogs to thwart any attempt o Miss Taylors residents have organ ized a petition asking the Bur tons to get rid the TO MARRY EAKTHA CHICAGO AP Danis electronics engineer Die Bron dunNielsen confirmed Monda that he and entertainer Earth Kitt plan to get time in the BrondumNielsen said he am Miss Kitt have not set a wed ding People look at these thing differently in Denmark than here and we felt we had to sa Bank forms Hong Kong company TORONTO CP The To ronto Dominion Bank an nounced Tuesday the formation of a Hong Kong Inter national Consolidated Invest ments in partnership with a group of Southeast Asian busi The company will hold major interests in Hong Kong In dustrial and Commercial Bank and Overseas Trust of Hong Kong and other banking and nonbanking Total initial investment will be million Hong Kong about million The Toronto Dominion share is 40 per or about mil lien Thieu adviser dies SAIGON AP Nguyen Cao a close adviser to President Nguyen Van died Tuesday on the plane that returned VicePresident Nguyen Cao Ky to South He had been suffering from throat something because too many people were talking about he Miss Kitt announcedher en gagement to director of u Danish electron two weeks ago on Briti Afterwards he sa they had never discussed ma New Canada grain act clears hurdle OTTAWA CP The Corn mo n s agriculture committee Tuesday approved the proposed Canada grain act after lengthy testimony by a Canadian Pa cific Railway But tills last meeting of the committee on the proposed leg islation was unmarked by the open controversy between gov ernment and Conservative MPs hat has characterized months long discussion and clause yclause examination of the The measure now goes to Commons for final A revision of the Canada Grains Act of the bill vould impose a new protein grading system for de signed to make Canadian grain more saleable to proteineon cious customers in Europe and The bill would also reconsti ute the board of gram commis sioners as a new and more pow erful commission with increase VIPs salary report to e released OLDEST BUILDING In Santa stands the oldest public building in the United the Palace of the built in DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HO5ACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Slurs 3277244 Lethbridge OTTAWA CP Prime Min ter Trudeau said Tuesday h xpects to receive and mak ublic next week the report le special commission on MPs He said the government woul ot dare decide what to jout the report until it had go the views of all MPs and of th The report is understood ti recommend a modest salary in crease for who now ge annually and a year taxfree expense allow to become efective imme diately after the next Trudeau said in reply ti former prime minister John Diefenbaker that he has no idea of the contents of the MOST DEADLY The National Geographic Soci ety says the fiveinchlong sea a small jellyfish found in the waters off northern Aus may be the worlds mosl deadly PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT 49 NUMBERS Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room Upstairs EVERY THURSDAY8 MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET THURSDAYMOGEILON FRIDAY5HAMEN SATURDAYSHAMEN SCANDINAVIAN LODGE ANNUAL LUTEFISK and TURKEY SUPPER SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12 DECEMBER 12th1970 Supper Served from S to 8 Admission Adults Children Under 10 Each PreSchoolers Free Danea To FollowMusie by THE AlBERTANS MIDNIGHT LUNCH 351 MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS control over movement an marketing of coordinate of planning In grain transport lion research for CP Ra presented a brief to the comrni tee suggesting changes in th legislation which in CP Hails be to effective CP Rails appearance befor the committee was the result urging last week by Jack Ho nor that th railway be called so the com mittee could hear all evidenc concerning the Mr Homer was not present at th CP Rails suggestions wen that responsibility for checkin quality condition of grain befor loading was not the responsibi ily of the carrier but the ship er that the Canadian trans Mrt commission rather than th cabinet have responsibility la assuring efficient movement o grain that the Canadian whea board have authority for distri bution of railway cars and tha railway companies should b compensated whenever the spend money in carrying out the directives of the Canadian grain commission in switching ani classification No amendments were offered and Ab Douglas said the suggestions were basi cally the same as those con tained in an earlier CP Rai Hail1 closes prematurely MONTREAL CP The Montreal production of the rock musical Hahhas closer1 prematurely after earning more than Producer Michel Gelinas said lere the boxoffice gross was ine of the highest ever by a tlontreal It closed after 12M weeks at he Comedie Canadienne hi Inglish and The show was scheduled to run another three weeks but Gelinas said the Christmas hopping rush and the kidnap risis in Quebec had cut into udiences for the last Students may Irink in rooms WINNIPEG CP A brief sking that students living in esidence at the University of lanitoba be allowed to con ume alcoholic beverages in heir rooms has met with ap roval from university authon Murray president of ic Resident Students Associa said in an interview that quor must be consumed only students and a ne will be imposed on anyone rand drinking in residence hall rays or in residence Legal drinking age hi Mani la was lowered to 18 from 21 i Todays Shbwtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects No Blade of Grass iast Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects Carry on in the Legion Jast Complete Show WLLEGE CINEMA CARSON SUED A law yer for Joanne wife of television talk show lios Johnny disclosed New York that she lias Ini tiated action against Carson for divorce and The Morton later confirmed a re port that Carson was served with a summons in the suit returnable in State Supreme Fight fan shot in argument PHILADELPHIA AP A spectator at a closedcircuit tel evision showing here of the Mu lammad AliOscar Bonavena joxing match was shot to death Monday night by an offduty po iceman after a disagreement over the way All was handling he Police said the dead man Leslie of vas shot while waving a hunt ng knife at several offduty po one of whom had re marked that heavyweight cham jon Joe Frazier Would have no rouble beating Ali considering he difficulty All was have with also known as Cassius knocked out Bonavena in he 15th During the fifth round Scott rew a fiveinch hunting knife rom a belt sheath and threat ened the man who questioned Uis ability to police Most of the persons at he Spectrum Sports Arena rere oblivious to the Patrolman Kudolphe shot Scott after the two po cemen chased him on to a con ourse where Scott continued to hreaten officers with the police TO SAVE TEMPLES CAIRO Reuter A lillion rescue operation to sal age one of Egypts most pre ous Nile the Philae will begin early next programming changes needed OTTAWA CP Pierre Ju chairman of the Canadian RadioTelevision said Tuesday gov ernments and the public must work to redesign radio and TV Since we find ourselves in a period of relative instability there is no doubt of the basic need for new social new codes and new collective Im convinced that one of the most effective ways to achieve this goal is to redesign the After Ed Sulli van himself has changed this Juneau told a oneday conference on communications there is a growing imbalance between the technological side of broadcasting and the pro gramming Broadcasters must be encour aged to fit technology to pro gramming make it serve the ends of program pro duction and There has been a general be Juneau that at tention must be centred on tech nology and programming would take care of But nobody seems to be unduly worried about where this production will take MORE CANADIAN CONTENT The CRTC has already moved to increase Canadian content to 60 of TV schedules and to require radio stations to play at least 30 per cent Canadian The situation has been dor mant because the two responsi bilities of broadcasters have up to now been developing under one That roof is about to blow Those creating and producing programs now appear to be stretched to the limil to nourish a nonstop Juneau But on the other side of broadcasting operations were those concerned only with finan cial fixed assets and boards of It should come as no sur prise then that determination of the future of communications may sometimes lend to be with those preoccupied with th quantitative exploitation and ex tension of communications The imperatives of the fixer assets risk determining what w see and hear through our medi in the McNally FWUA elects slate McNALLY HNS1 The Me Nally Farm Womens Union Alberta met recently at th home of Skiba for Christmas Grace Alexander WE elected New officers are Loi vice president Mrs Ann secretary an Betty treasurer Walter Delilah Stran demonstrated how to make Scandinavian cookie for desser Ena Becktel decoratec cookies with Christmas de Kay Mikado demon strated how to cook pork chow mem and spare ribs and the served them to the Prairie premiers to meet 18 WINNIPEG CP Th three prairie premiers wi meet here 18 for the Pra rie Economic Conference to dii cuss such issues as prain reight agricultural mai eting northern com munication and transportatio Premier Ed Schreyer sai oday the meeting will be a ended by Saskatchewan Pre mier Ross Thatcher and Alfaer a Premier Harry Pre mier Schreyer will act Among proposals to be dis at the Winnipeg meet ing will be establishment of wlice training facility to servi he prairie The Manitoba premier sail gricultural matters will igh on the including a iscussion of means to insuri the continuing freeflow o g r icultural products between rovinces in A Joint position of the three rovinces on freight rates wi also be particular Wilson Junior High School Presents Get Up and Go A Musical Comedy YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE 10th llth ADMISSIONSTUDENTS 50c ADUtTS STUDENT ART DISPLAY IN YATES GAUERY Tickets Available at leisters from Wilson Students and at the ARMADA SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre A DREAM PF KINGS In Starring Anthony December Show at Adult Not Suitable For PICTURE BUTTECinema Theatre BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID In Starring Paul Katharnie Ross and Robert December Show at PINCHER CREEKFox Theatre COUGAR COUNTRY In An outdoor feature for the whole December 9 Check locally for show TABER Tower Theatre MAROONED In Eastman Starring Gregory Richard Crcnna and David Friday and December 11 and Wednesday shows at and Get more out of life Take tho family fo a movto ly as they affect shipment o rapeseed oil and Premier Sehreyer said the present rate structure favors the processing of rapeseed in eastern Canada to the detii raent of existing and potentia processing on the He said a common interest in northern development will fo cus on the need for improved transportation and communica tion if the maximum eco nomic development and soda adjustment are to be achieved in the northern The council will also consid er ways to achieve maximum cooperation for economic de velopment in the prairie re steps to meet rapidly es calating costs of postsec ondary education and steps to strengthen the council as a de cisionmaking and consultative Special LEARN TO DANCE C Private A rA J Lessons Z I JV Includes Special Practlo The Fun Way MONTE CARLO 535 13th Phone 3289332 On sale at main office Paramount Theatro Building Daily to Also at Theatre box offices till 10 And for your convenience Eatons main office 2nd MATINEE EVENINGS at and Til the sands of the desert grow cold youll keep laughing at the funny way HEROES ARE MADE in TODAY thru ADULT IN COLOUR PHIL KENNETH JIM CHARLES JOAN ANGELA DOUGLAS PETER BERNARD ANITA HARRIS TONIGHT thru they were decent people letting their environment they are killing to keepthemselves RESTRICTED ADULT IS THIS WHAT POUUTION IS All ABOUT MelroGoldwynMeyer presents NO BLADE OF GRASS Slarrino Nigel Daverirart by Sean Fbrestal and Jefferson Pascal Produced and Directed by Cornel In and COLLEGE CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 3286300 ACRES OF FREE PARKING STARTS TOMORROW 2 Shows and Every man walks the line between right and wrong One day Sheriff Tawes crossed over COLUMBIA PICTURES A JOHN FRANKENHEIMEREDWARD LEWIS Production GREGORY PECK TUESUSY WELD EfTELLMMJttOJNf ADULT ENTERTAINMENT WALK LINE ;