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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1 5iv area s prelblemH POINT fl Of, K UTS, Wash. ICI'i The International Join Ccmmisrmn heart! of the 're prohlenii eonfrontinp tiny enclave of United States territory 211 miles south nf Vancouver ami appointed a six-man Kianl to recommend possible solutions. 'Hie hoard, made up of and Americans, will make recommendations to the commission which, in turn, could recommend action to either the Canadian or United Stales governments, or both. Point Roberts, a community of less than seven square miles, is located al the tip ofa Canadian peninsula, separated from the U.S. mainland by 20 miles of water. Ceded to the U.S. under the Oregon Treaty of 1346, it is connected in the north to the British Columbia municipality of Delia. About per ccnl of the permanent rcsidenls are Canadians, and power and telephone services come from Canada. Problems I) c s e 1 1 g Point Roberts include isolation, border controls, bureaucratic red lape, lack of representation, medical care, law enforcement, a growing water shortage and the fact that most of the property is taken up by Canadians for summer IK .IAMUS NELSON S10VIK WKSTKItN': "Man of the r, p.m., fli. 7. '.a lalo of three people held captive by outlaws. It's an oldie starring Clary Cooper. COMEDY: Alary Tyler Hoorr, 8 p.m., Cli. H like Christmas in the newsroom and Ural's where Mary is going to spend her holiday. VARIETY: Nilty Gritty Hour. R p.m., Cli. 13. Sonny and Cher arc hosts' in this' repeal variety hour featured by several spoofs. COMEDY: Carol Htinicit, p.m.. Cli. Tim Conway and the Carpenters join Carol and company. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Cli. 7. A profile of expatriates Bernard Bradcn and Iris wife Barbara Kelly left Canada to become top personalities in British radio and television. PROFILE: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Cli. 7. "Three Men" traces the development of the United Nations through the three men who have held its highest elective office. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. One of the last performances of the late Dame Gladys Cooper. Filmed in Switzerland. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DI1AMA: "The 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A detective is falsely accused of murder. MOVIE SATIRE: "Beat the Devil." 1 p.m., Cli. 13. Truman Capote and John Huston devised this screenplay about international swindlers planning to doublecross each (Cl'l The Ma- I mini Centre Orchestra v.inninf; wide acclaim and box-office support In its third year, plans tours of Britain and Ik-United Slates in the 1972-73 season. for prison s. EDMONTON (CP) Al 1 east 80 prisoners at Fort Saskatchewan C o r r e c tional Institute will be allowed lo spend Chrislmas with their families this year, deputy warden Wilfred Lake said today. Mr. Lake said most will be released Thursday on 24 lo passes "depending where they are going and what they waiit lo do for Christmas." It m arks the second year jails and penitentiaries in Alberta have allowed such Christmas leave although the regulations have been relaxed since last year, Mr. Lake said. Last year only prisoners serving sentences for first offences or those who did not 1 Trimbles 1 Programi Drc titled by radio and televiiion stoliont. Any vnrialloh In program shsdulci it due to InO-minute changes' by th6 stations and it not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. than 200 persons turned out for the meeting in which there was general agreement on at least two points: Point Roberts must remain part of Washington Slate and there must be closer co-operation with Brilis i farm scholarships OTTAWA fCP'i Vcrnon Pusch, a Kipling, Sask.. farmer, and Louis Cormier, a Richmond, P.E.I., beef rancher, CHEC -k News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour wiruT WEDNESDAY Total Informallon TUESDAY NIGHT Jim 5hearer Beryl Clark checline Barry Inland Leo Dow Show 3-W> BcrV> clarK CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT News, Weather News and Grain World al six and sporis Prices Rnb Ingram Phone Bill Show k Th 8-00 John Walter Wayne Barry 1'0s Jart Doug Anderson Probe 1270 Parly Line WEDNESDAY Noon Farm R r.m CBC Nms Mews, Weather Jim Elliot end Sports World al Si sclicduled to play in J'ristol and some olbcr music festivals in England and Wales in the spring of 1373. In the first .seven regular con- for tile season, ari- fliences averaged com- pared with 2.1-to a year ago. SECOND ALBUM OUT The 4-1-mcmher orchestra was f o r m e rl under Canadian-bora conductor Mario Bernard! when the arts centre was opened in 1961, two years late for Can- ada's Centennial. Jl is the kind of orchestra for which Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and other classical composers wrote. An attraction for Ottawa mu- sic-lovers in 1971 was the com- bined subscription .scries of con- certs the arts centre offered. The Ecniardi orchestra was the, main feature, with guest ap- j pearanccs by the 100-plus mem-' her Toronto'and Montreal Sym- phonies, playing Ihe massive works that are scored for such large aggregations. The arts centre orchestra is- sued its second stereo record ilbum this fall, including Proko- fief's Classical Symphony, a show-piece of the orchestra's repertoire. It was featured on the program of a special gala concert marking the stale visit of Russia's Premier Alexei Ko- sygin 'n October. More such special concerts arc likely. This is the only or- chestra not privately financed in Canada. It is working lo be recognized as Canada's national orchestra, an official said. This winter, for the Christmas season, the orchestra and The Canatata Singers of Ottawa per- formed both Handel's Messiah and Berlioz's L'Enfance du Christ. The latter, described as for France what Messiah was for England and the English- speaking world, may become as much an annual tradition for Ottawa as the great Handel ora- torio. tf Apartment ordered demolished OTTAWA (CP) A partial- ly-completed 10-storcy apart- ment building in Hull, Que.. val- ued at more than SI million, is to be demolished because it con- travenes the city's zoning by- aws, the Supreme Court of Can- ada ruled today. Tlie judgment is a personal victory for Mrs. Henec .loyal Krosxsard, who, along with a property owners group, took legal action against the build- ers Lcs Entreprises Dasken Inc. and the city itself when HIP project was announced about a year ago. Dasken planned lo build two apartment buildings, each of 10-storeys with a total of 220 apartments in a distric zoned for single-family dwellings. Hull cily council approved the project but failed in efforts lo have the Quebec legislature pass a private bill authorizing it. Mrs. Brossard and the prop- erty owners group won the first round of their battle when a Su- perior Court judge ordered the project halted. But the Quebec i Court of Appeal reversed his dc-1 VjOU I" I IO cision and the property owners j appealed to the Supreme Court i of Canada. G A TRADITION FOR CHRISTMAS ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS A Christmas Pantomino D KIJNG COLE" Directed by Muriol Jolfiffe Yates Memorial Centre SUNDAY, DEC. 26th and p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 27th and p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 28th p.m. Adults TICKETS AT IEISTERS Al1 Students 1 MANY HOUSES There are some 18.9 million dwellings in Britain. WHEREVER YOU GO! Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With the latest electronic equipment you get 20 vital services and performance checks. Come in repairs fully guarantee f. PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER PfUS PARTS LET JiMMIE DO THE JOB AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONIYI Now Fully Licensed 4 Mime HOHNER WORLD FAMOUS HARMONICAS of California bars 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Dr. Telr Movie: Ne Tcleorobe 7 11 -.15 Under Attack WEDNESDAY Farm and City of Ihe Wosl Mary Tyler Moore Romper Room Carol (c) Telescope