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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IITH8RIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 53, 19'2 Canadian singer's case under study HIGHLIG HTS LONDON' (CP) British im-; migration officials are studying the question of whether to de- port Toronto-bom James Walk- inshaw. whose application to re- main in Briiain has been denied: by Ire High Court. A home office spokesman said yesterday r.o o'der has been is- sued officially telling inshatv, a 25-year-old singer, to leave the coukry. The spokesman said Walk- entered Britain in IMS as a visitor. He la'.or changed his status to that of a student Efier h-Kip.r.ir.g studies EL the Lor.ccn Opera Centre in Octo- K-O. during the two yea- he spent at the centre and con- tinued to work afior.vards. W all-tin shavr performed :n several minor operatic roles in Lor.don ard appeared Ln a roou- lar teIevLr-Gn shov.1. ir.e Black a-.d Write DENIES PERMISSION Official say that she court or- der simply denies WaUonshaw permission to stay in Britain. It does not order him to leave. Such an instruction -.vould have to come from immigration au-, thorities. _ j Since coming to Britain, Walkinshaw has "married a Brit- j Lsh citizen but authorities say j this does not give him an auto- matic to remain. _ j Under" proposed new tmmi-: gra'.ion regulations, riov; bemp i revved, a Commonwealth citi-; z.--n cou'd anclv for permanent' residency Ln'Britain after living! here four years or more. V.'slkinsha'.s' aryi hU are a child in February ar.rT argu-d that for] medical rc---sor.s alcr.e he should te ;o remain Ln Britain. He also say; that his career as an singer, for which he has (faired, v ould be mined if he returned to Canada. op-vinur.itiss for inter- work in mv fe'd are few ar.d far be'-.veen in he said in a recent 1251 3rd Avenue Sculh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 53 NOS, S250 IN 54 NOS. S125 IN 55 NOS. If no bingo called ctler 55 number! we will continue for 550 BONUS S500 JACKPOT 48 NOS. CHANCES TO WIN NO ONE UNDEH 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS INVI7HO GUESTS ON'LV DOWMS7AIF.S Weekend Entertainment fcr ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY ir CLUB ROOMS TONITE MOONGIOWS COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVITY PROGRAM CHILDREN'S FREE RECREATIONAL HOCKEY CIVIC ICE CEN7RE: noon) December 29, 1972 CIVIC ICE CENTRE: nocn) Decerr.be.- 27, 1972 Thrusdoy, December 28, 1972, HENDERSON PARK ICE CEN7RE: Sunday, December 24, 1972 p.m.) Sunday, December 31, 1972 p.m.) Tl-'jrsdciy, December 28, 1972 u.m.-l r.ccn) December 29, 1772 SCHOOLS GALBRA17H, GILBERT PATERSON, and ST. PATRICK'S Recreational Basketball Volleyball, etc. (FREE) a.m. to p.m.) December 27, 1972 December 23, 1972 SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM FREE p.m. to 4KX> p.m. Tuesday, 26, 1972; Decem- ber 27, 1972; December 55, 1972 PUcte refer to f sqyjar Pub'i-: Swimming in if-.e page each Mificfay crri Thursday fc schedule of fcr Pubfic Seating Swimming cl tha tfur.-.g fha SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Tr.e Chicago Black Hawks meet the Maple Leafs in Toronto. COMEDY: Bridget l-oves Uernie, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. An other cross-tov.T! argument as the families debate '.'.here to send the kids on a belated honeymoon. DttAMA: PnUce Surgeon, p.m.. Ch. 13. The ov.ner of a castle is trapped in the treasure room u-ith some tour- ists and her life is in danger. COMEDY: Sanford anil Son, Ch. Tr.e San- fords try to gel of a burglar's gun but not to the police! HF.l'Oin: Pnlice Code, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. A program deal- ing with the problem of drinking and driving. COMEDY DRAMA: "The Railway 0 p.m., Ch. 13. A children's film for the whole family. Tr.e father lands in jail ar.d ;b; family Ls suddenly left en its mn which kadi to improbable advenlures. SPECIAL: Crossroads Christian Celebration, II) p.m., Ch. 7. Ait Linkletter, an astronaut and four CFL football players take part. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 12 midnight, Ch. 1. A smooth-talking con man turns up on a drought-stricken farm and changes the life of a destined spinster. MOVIE DR.A.MA: "L051 12 midnight, Ch. U. The haunting storv of passengers on a hijacked plane mys- terious'.y to the hidden mountain paradise of Shangri- La. SUNDAY SPECIAL: Miracles of Christinas, a.m., Ch. 7. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs Christmas favor- ites. REPORT: Untamed World. 4 p.m., Ch. 1.1. study of in ti.e Sahara. Scnora ard Gobi deserts. MOVIE CARTOON: "1001 Arabian 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Mr. Migoo turns up Ln ancient Begdtd'in an amus- ing FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Cb.. 7 "A Present For Dor.a'.d is the story of Donald's romp through Latin America with a holiday package ot gifts. SPECIAL: St. Martin's Pageant, p.m., Ch. 13. "Behold Your God" is a Christmas pageant by St. Martin's Anglican Church, Calgary. ADVENTURE: Tlie Beachcombers. 7 p.m., CTi. 7. The taxe over Molly's cafe and Nick prepares an array of his Greek specialties. SPECIAL: Christmas .Music, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Tne Cal- gary Choral Society presents Handel's ''Messiah." COMEDY DRAMA: Anns and Uie p.m., Oi. 7. Ycrjng love leads to royal trouble for .Anna's son after one of the ki.-.g's daughters involves him in a raging family argur.ier.t. VARIETY SPECIAL: The Young Canadians, p.m., Ch. 1.1. A Chnstrnas Eve special guest Arte Johnson and the Young Canadians singing VARIETY: Julie Andrews, H p.m., Ch. 7. A repeat of the prop-am (eat'jrfng gees', singer Robert SPECIAL: Sunday At Nine, a p.m., Ch. 7. A Christmas celebration with Miller conducting trie Winnipeg Sym- phony orchestra. JulieUe, the Winnipeg PhilharmMiic Choir and the Choir also take part. SPECIAL: A Gift til Music, 3 p.m., Ch. 1.1. A Christmas shov; v.ith something tor everyone from barbershop quartet to choruses and, puppets. A repeat. SPECIAL: An Evening With O. K. Chesterton, Id p.m., Ch. 13. Canadian actor Tray Van Bridge portrays the ism- author v.-.th readir.g? from v.orks. SPECIAL: Midnight p.m.. Ch. 7. Christmas Mass via -aielhve from Paiy. Potc Paul conducts service with commentary in English. MOVIE MUSICAL: "The Music a.m., Ch. 7. An adaptation of Meredith V.ikon s Broadv.av hit. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Of LETHBRIDGE FOR THE IclHBRIDGE and DISTRICT YOUNG ARTISTS CONCERT Application Forms available from Music Teachers or at the Arts Centre 327-2813 PUASE NOTE: FINAL DATE FOR APPUCATIOM- DECEMBER 31, 1972 .MONDAY CARTOON: "A Christmas a.m., Ch. 7. A clever cartoon version of Dickens' classic. SPECIAL: Mr. Dressup, a.m., Ch. 7. A special show for children about Christmas and its meaning. SPKCIAL: Ttie Queen's Message, 9 a.m., Ch. 13: 10 a.m., Ch. 7. Queen Elizabeth vail deliver ht-r traditional Christmas message to the This wilt he re- peated at p.m., on Channel 7. SPECIAL: Buckshot Chrislmas Sliow, 12 Ch. 13. Eenny, HeathclUf, Clyde, Daphr.e ar.d Farley host this Christmas program. MOVIE COMEDY: "Pocketlul of Miratic.i" p.m., Cli. 7. The n[ a Broadv.ay street v.ho poies as a wealthiv dowager. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "The Voun" I p.m., CTi. 13. A story of the political career of Pitt became Prime Minister of England at 24. SUNDAY HOUR SPECIAL: "The Singing p.m., Ch. 3. The Anne CampbeU Singers are featured. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Shoes of (he 5 p.m., Ch. r. Anthony Quinn portrays an archbishop of tte Rus- sian Catholic Church who is elected Pooe. SPECIAL: Children's Horjiital Chrxmnas, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. CFCX's annual visit to (he Alberta Children's Hospital. VARIETY: Magic of Christma5, p.m., Ch. 13. Host Don Murray celebrates the holidays v.it'n Pat Bcftne, Ja-jkie Vernon and S'nari Lev.is ar.d her puppeio. SPOUT: Shrint Game, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. All stars from the North South clash in the 27th annual Shrine garr.e from Miami's Orange Bowl. SPECIAL: Mike Douglas' Christmas Show, p.m.. Ch. 13. Christmas carols, comedy and Canadian Children's Op2ra Chorus highlight this special. SPECIAL: Man Alive, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. An at'cmpt to separate fad from myth during "In Search of Chris'.as.'1 MOVIE DKA.MA: "A Chrislmas 12 miinight, The D'ckens' storj- arxjut the :r. 6-m. TUESDAY SPECIAL: Holiday Film, 10 a.m.. Ch. 7. "The TO-STI Musicians the story of an dor.kfty v.ho decides to become a musician and the second feature, ''Tr.o Snosrmaker and the Elves." For thousands, Christmas time not merry at SACRAMENTO, Calif. 'AP) Merry Chris'rnas? Not for uncounted thousarxis who suf- fer "Christmas neurosis" dor- Lhrj holidays, says a lead- ing mental hc-alth expert. "The Christmas season S.s I marktyJ by emotion a i j stress ar.d more acts of vio- k-nce than any other time of j Dr, J. M. bine said Thursday. He L> dt- of tho California de- partment of mental can be a holi- day phenorner.on for many have no of mental problems, Dr. Stubblc- bire said, ('Christmss in in- of conflicts, ir: a of sibling rival- ar.d comrxr'.ition for rer.tal Dr. in sn mtenifew Th-irs- ;'It 15 a time v.hcn emotionj; are loosed aj-d mem ones florxJing back, a of hanpirie.'cs b'Jt. for a ptople are Eiisceptib'e, he said, j ir.? tbst often goas along v.ith the holiday spirit can accen- tuste the si'uaUorj. Stubblebir.e said it ss to catcsoriae persons who mjght prone Christ- mas "If anything, it Is just asso- ci2tcd vrJth v.-ho to be he said. "Their loneliness tends to be accen- laatc-d. "rhris'.rnas U a time of corning together ano they ctn't rlo that.11 Ai't world coup scored bv ga'llerv OTTAV.'A (CP) The Na- tiona] of Canada an- noujitefi here trie purchase of a i Cer.tury French painting for v.hich the most celebrated art gal'ery in the v.orld has only r a of the original. Dr. Jean Boggs, director rf i.J'.e if it's not an art-world coup, it's at least '-nice to have1' in the Canadian collection a work c? art or.e of the early meters of the ror.Uineblo'J Sonorjl, and to that the lyjuvre hi ParLi he.', the drsv.ir.jr. i vrill part of a collection of n-.ore than of art from Fontainebku to be here next spring, the first or.jy shovdng of tr.e exhibit tte i The palr.tji? Tr.e Surren- der of by Antoir.e depict King F'rajiciy. I astridg sccepting the sub- of ths defenders of Mi- Ian in 1-51-5, CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevWon Ch. 6} SATURDAY NIGHT Arr-i (-Ji f.3C- [i CJCC TSA fiFL J' vJ-y, v.'.y, C--H Hc'en IWI F'.EvT.y 0 N L >I-'A 1." F.lrr.i T'4 ANGLO'S Radio 4 TV trosiiam (ated by the cml fdnMon ,_Anr vorioBwi In pMgmm Khedota fe lart- jmfawto by Hi. tMtataf ami b M Hw mpon. 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