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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Thursday, December 24, 19X0 screen HOLLYWOOD (AP) Charles Ruggles. SI a versatile screen comedian who in later years specialized in roll's as o warm, wise, grandfathorly type, died here He had been in hospital for treatment of cancer since Sep- tember. Ruggles' career dated back to 1907 and encompassed stage, films, radio and television. He starred in two short-lived televi- sion series, The Rupgles and The World of Mr. Sweeney. A short, chunky man with a look of mischief in his eyes, he was regarded as one of Holly- wood's most skilled character actors. exclusively Aunt. Ruggles of Red Gap, Her Wedding Night. Love Me To- nighl, The Smiling Lieutenant. He often played the long-suffer- ing husband of scatterbrained Mary Boland. As he matured, Ruggles set- tled into the pattern of a lova- ble, wise and witty soul, some- times a bit rakish, as in The Pleasure of His Company, but always full of sage advice and pithy comments. It was a por- trayal close to his own charac- ter. Adult education centre suggested for Indians Bosses released FOUGERE, France (ReuteiO Workers released the manag- ing director and two other directors of their car parts com- pany Tuesday after locking them up in an office for 24 hours. The workers, who were on strike for higher wages, reached a settlement with the managers and agreed to resume work. May the season shine with warmth, peacs and happiness for YOU and ytfUr family. EXECUTIVE and STAFF Lethbri 1733 13th St. N. Phone 327-2708 AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR To AH Our Many Wonderful Friends and patrons! We will close Christmas Eve at p.m. Closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 25 and 26. Open Sunday, Dec. 27 at p.m. Open New Year's Day at noon. The HOUSE 1624 Mayor Magrolli Dr. Phone 327-8696 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CiTY OF LETHBRIDGE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, Dec. 26th (Boxing Free Family Skating Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, Dec. 27ih Beginners Skating Public Skating Family Skating.................. Monday, Dec. Free Public Skating.............. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Saturday, Dec. 26th 'Boxing Free Beginners Skoting........... Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, Dec. 27th- Bcginncrs Skating Public Skating Monday, Dec. 23th- Free Public Skatlnq NOTE: Tho rinH will be closed Christmas Day! SCHEDULE FRI7Z SICK POOL noon p.m. p.m, p.m. p.m. noon p.m, p.m. noon p.rti, CALGARY (CP) A propo- j'lit that would establish adult education centre on the BUickfoot Indian rescrvat i o n near Gleichen, is being studiet by Mount Royal College anc Hlackfoot officials. A resolution passed Irere by the Blackfoot Ba n d Conner asks the federal deportment of Indian affairs to help draft proposal enabling an abandoned school on the reserve to become a satellite campus of the col- lege. "Our target dale for opening Die new campus is Sept. 1, said Dr. Walter Mount Royal president "This project was started at the initiative of the Blackfoot. They are the paramount part- ners in the venture, which is certainly not a 'big brother' operation "A college proposal which the council considered suggests that the college could offer a contin- uation of its native teacher aid program, an adult upgrading program, business skills instruc- tion, carpentry or motor mech- anics, household economics and recreat i o n a 1 administration courses. The proposal also suggests .hat a program in agriculture could be developed and that a number of selected college level academic courses might even- tually be offered. The new proposal for the school is far from 'id Ernest G. Tyson, director of the faculty of arts at Mount Royal. Our next move will be to set a committee composed of college, band ar.d federal gov- ernment officials to determine what the band would like offer- ed and what we can offer." Newspapers in demand NEW YORK (AP) Employ- ment in the newspaper business has increased more rapidly than total employment in the United States, says a study sponsored by the American News paper! Publishers Association Founda tion. The study was conducted b Jon G. Udell of the University of Wisconsin's School of Busi ness and covered the p e r i o since the Second World War In the period, newspaper eni ployment grew to from 248, 5HO. The percentage increase compared with a na- lional employment g r o w t h o: 37.5 per cent. Udell said. Udell reported the grow i n g demand for consumer goods and the need for information will continue to spur newspaper advertising in the 1970s. He s- dicted 14 million more poten- :ial customers w o u 1 d read newspapers during the coming decade. SERVE INDUSTRY For centuries Finland's akes have served the country's major industry, the production paper, lumber and other .rood products. Wa would like to extend our warmest wishes lo all our ixlends, pafr Don't Forget Our Boxing Day Entertainment featuring "The Gold Dots" MANAGEMENT and STAFF VENTURA HOTEL COAIDALE, ALTA. CLUB Comer 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North ITV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MUSIC: DeFasco Choir, p.m., Cn. 7: The all-male chorus of the Steel Company of Canada presents a recital of carols. VARIETY: Tom Jones, p.m., Cli. 13: Christmas Eve guests are Ella Fitzgerald, Rudolf Nureyev and the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir VARIETY: Dean Martin, p.m., Cli. 13: A replay of the 1SG8 Christmas Stow, with Dennis Weaver, Bob Newhart and Dom DeLuise. DRAMA: The Mean Mr. Firecracker, 9 p.m., Cli. 7: Based on a Greek folk tale, the story of a mean man who searches for Santa Claus' warehouse. SPECIAL: Christmas Remembered, p.m-, Ch. 13: A group of senior citizens recall past Christmases for Cana- dian eight-year-olds. SPECIAL: Ray Coniff, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The U.S. conductor welcomes comic Alan Young and the Pixiekin Puppets. SPECIAL'. A Gift of Music, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra presents its sixth annual seasonal con- cert, with Tobi Lark, Claude Corbeil and the TranquUity Base rock group. SPECIAL: Heart of Christinas, p.m., Ch. 9: Skitch Henderson conducts the NBC orchestra in a program of music. MOVIE: Christmas in Connecticut, p.m., Ch. 13: The problems of an undomesticated writer (Barbara Stan- wyck) assigned to play the home-loving type and entertain a sailor (Dennis Morgan) for Christmas. FRIDAY SPECIAL Queen Elizabeth, 7 a.m., Ch. 13, 10 a.m., Ch. 1: The Queen delivers her traditional Christmas message to the Commonwealth. LOCAL: Senior Citizens, 11 a.m., Ch. 7: CJLH's locally- produced Christmas show with Lethbridge senior residents. SPECIAL: Return to Oz, p.m., Cli. 13: A cartoon version of the children's classic, with the voices of Susan Conway and Carl Banas. SPECIAL: Sol Hurok Presents, p.m., Ch. 9: A per- formance of Beethoven and Brahms by famed Russian artists violinist David Oistrakh and pianist Syialoslav Richter. SPECIAL: Christmas at Sainte-Marie, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: A re-enactment of Christmas at the 17th-century fort, the first Christian establishment in Upper Canada. RELIGION: Man Alive, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: Rerun of a poll indicating Canadian children's idea of God. MOVIE: Born Free, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: The 1966 account of an English couple, in Kenya, who rear three lions cubs. Stars Bill Travers, Virginia McKenna and Elsa. MOVIE: The Unfinished Journey of Robert F. Kennedy, p.m., Ch. 11: The public and private lives of the slam senator emerge in home movies, newsreels, TV interviews and friends' reminiscences. SPECIAL: Pat Boonc, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Jackie Venicn, Shari Lewis and die folksinging Free Design. MOVIE: Life With Father. 7 p.m.. Ch. 0: William Powell and Irene Dunne star in the 1947 version of one of the most popular stories ever to hit Broadway. DRAMA: A Gift for Maggie, 8 p.m., Ch- 7: An old hermit and three rock musicians learn the meaning of Christmas from a young couple who invite them for dinner. Stars Robin Ward and Karen Marklinger. MOVIE: The Nun's Story, p.m., Ch. 7: The 1S59 story of the spiritual conflicts of a nun. Stars Audrey Hep- burn. MOVIE: Father Goose, p.m., Ch. 13: The Pacific Island sanctuary of a grubby beachcomber (Gary Grant) is invaded by a French woman (Leslie Caron) and her class of girls. SATURDAY SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 11: An American Foot- ball Conference semi-final between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Colts. SPORTS: Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: A National Football Conference semi-final between the Detroit lions and Dallas Cowboys. ENTERTAINMENT Saturday Evening, Dec. 26th IN THE CLUBROOMS "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS ON SALE NOW Female workers get pay parity ttSIISllGSIIffiBtiSIISiMfiilBSgfillSg THIS WEEK AT THE rflARKHAZAl MOTOR HOTEL g EMBASSY LOUNGE HI HARRY BAILEY af the ORGAN TUESDAY thru SATURDAY IMPERIAL LOUNGE Direct from the Philippines "ROSALIA PASCUAL" MONDAY thru SATURDAY THERE WiLL NOT BE A CABARET TONIGHT and FRIDAY CALGARY (CP) Burns Foods Ltd. announced here a new three-year agreement with Canadian workers that provides a 25-per-cent wage in- crease and parity between male and female employees. The agreement, effective Jan. 4, includes packing house workers in Montreal, Kitchen- er, Out., Winnipeg, Regina, Prince Albert, Edmonton, Cal- gary and Vancouver, and Pool Packers, Brandon, Man. In announcing the ratifica- tion, Norman Riches, western director of the Canadian Food and Allied Workers Union, said SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS: CHRISTMAS EVE CLOSED 8 P.M. CHRISTMAS DAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. BOXING DAY 9 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT NEW YEAR'S EVE......... CLOSED 8 P.M. NEW YEAR'S DAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. Queen listed delinquent taxpayer CLEVELAND, Ohio Queen Elizabeth is listed as a delinquent taxpayer in Cuya- lioga County. The county auditor's office says "Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada" is listed as the owner of the Canadian consul 5 ofiiciai resiucnco !n Cleveland Heights. The coun- ty is seeking owed from a IMS street lighting assess- ment. "There's no problem; we just haven't got a bill said Canadian Consul Bruce Marshall. "I guess when we get a bill, if it's all right, we'll cay it." Marshal] said the listing of the Queen was a legal for- mality and that the Canadian government is the actual own- er of the house. the agreement was reached three montlis ahead of the ex- piry date of the present con- tract. If was a new concept in collective bargaining and was a result of a number of meet- ings with the company. Average rate in the com- pany, now at ?3.40 an hour, will rise to an hour by 1973. Improvements in pension and welfare plans are included and a cost of living clause has also been built into the contract. A Burns spokesman in Cal- gary said about 15 per cent of the company's workers are fe- male. He said a difference in wages between male and female em- ployees will disappear in all plants when the contract goes into effect. Want govt. to decide school site WINNIPEG (CP) The fed- L'iiil guvtiiiiliieiil Will 1m asked to decide the location of an in- stitution in western Canada for the training of French lan- guage teachers, Premier Ed Schrcycr said here. He said an alternative would be to set up arbitration pro- cedures, with an arbitration board comprised either of rep- resentatives of the four west- ern provinces or of people from outside western Canada. St. Boniface and Edmonton have been suggested as sites [or the proposed institution, but the prairie premiers have been unable to agree. if aoc THURSDAY NIGHT P'obe 1220 World at t News, Wthr, Sport Request Action News and Grain Line Prices Rob Irmrflm show Jack Thys Party FRIDAY Line Jim Elliott Matinee News, Wthr., Sport i.0r News, Wthr. Sport T i-.iS Phono Bill Show FRIDAY NIGHT Wayne Barry World of Six CHEC THURSDAY NIGHT John David Horn Farm and Ranch The Way I See It J. D. McAllister Review Dinner showcase Chuck Tanner Weather Back to Ihs Bible FRIDAY JnfsrrnatiSR Voice of China Larry Donanue Malor News Musical Interlude John David Horn Morning Melodies World Tomorrow Noon Larry Donahue' Luncheon Request Action Line Rob Ingram Show SATURDAY News News, Wthr, Sports Wayne Barry News Wayne Barry Soccer Results CHEC-FM FRIDAY Breakfast with Bruce Malor News Farm Show Total Information News Worlrt The Other Side with Bruce T0hn Farm and Ranch T. D. McAllister Review FRIDAY NIGHT Wealher The "Way SEE Major News Potpourri Dinner Showcase Farm and Ranch Review pors News, Wihr, Sport BacH to the Bible Major News News, Sports, Wthr. Voice of -China Tempo World Tomorrow Stk. Mkt. Report Music Major News CHEC-FM Weather Bruce CHEC FM SATURDAY Monday Thru Thursday Breakfast with News Fifteen Minutes 10 Bruce The Hour Major News SATURDAY News fifteen mlnules to the hour. Larry Donahua John David Horn Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman THURSDAY NIGHT BBC News Weather CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Commentary Musical Notebook News end Weather TBA GalloDina Gourmer Radio Frei Canadian Roundup Gcrrusi! Tempo Nathan Cohen Elements of Life News Tempo Morning Concert World at Six Consumers Supplement Matinee Between 'Jurselves Mr. Flxlf Thursday Music Radio Noon National News Afternoon Five Nlghls A Schoo! Broadcast Week Matinee Theatre Afternoon Concert Cnamber Music Flight Log CBC Winnipeg Orch Hews Music Past Tempo Midnight FRIDAY NIGHT Rev. Bill Portman Tempo FRIDAY World at Six Eye Opener Supplement News Malor Projection World at Eight Gene Telpner's Friday From the Capitals Theatre Atlantic Symphony Music Fast Mid- night SATURDAY Eye Opener News, sports Rev. Bill Porlman News, Sports Art Hives Morning Concert News Assignment Alarm Ciock Action Set High Noon Sound of Britain High Country Our Nativa Land Here comes Santa Claus I Hope his pack js brimming with Jots, of good things {or you and your family and' friends, FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4fh Aye. 5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Chez Helena Tommy Hunter Calgary Inlerfalth Senior Citizen's Xrrias Album (c) Choir (c) Christmas Party Viscount Choir Teleprobe 7 Davy and Goliath H.M. the Queen A Christmas Carol Calgary Stampede Movie: Defasco Choir Special Nun's Story The Interns (c) Movie: Trouble SATURDAr Mean Mr, With .Angels Puffnstuff (c) irecracker Christmas at Thunderbirds Sle. Marie