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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 5 THE inHBRIDGE IIERAU) Weilnculcry, Doccmbn 30, Rabies s KDMONTOX Health officials said liciv Unit about -ill Allwrla rcsid e n I s arc being treated for rabies because llicy nuiy have been in contact with rabid animals. The latest case is that of Bob Bramall. a fanner in the Evarls district west of Hod Deer, who is receiving anti rabies serum Uukiioim chosen lo play role ROME (API An unknown 16-year-old beauty has been cho- sen to play the role of Saint Clare in Italian movie director Franco Zeffirelli's forthcoming film, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, portraying the life of St. Fran- cis of Assisi, Zeffirelli said he chose the girl, blonde, blue-eyed Judy Bowker of London, after seeing her picture in an English maga- zine. Miss Bowker never had considered acting in movies. Alberta after being attacked by his cal. T h c animal was destroyed and analysis al the federal lab- oratory in Lcthbridge confirm- ed it was rabid. liabies was first reported in the province in October and has since spread lo the Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Wainwright and Vermilion districts. Thir teen rabid animals have been dis- covered ir. the last montJis. Dr. David Secord, a veterin- arian at the University of Al- berta, said the disease is ap- parently being carried by coy- otes. Two wolves who appered lo be rabid were sighted' in the Fort McMurray district, 300 miles northeast of Edmonton. RCMP launched a search and the chamber of commerce ai ranged for vaccine and a xetu inarian to Immunize town pets Jan. WELFARE ROLLS RISE NEW YORK (AP) Human Resources Administator Jules Sugarman estimates the num- ber of persons receiving welfare in New York City will rise by a month to 1.25 million by June 30. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg, PH. 327-7244 Lefrrbridgs Pollution lawsuit closes plant Stage sliow nears end A STAR AT 70 Dan George, a Salish Indian chief from North Vancouver, B.C., has been named best sup- porting actor by New York film critics for his role as Old lodge Skins, a Cheyenne chief, in the movie Little Big Man He is shown being greeted by family and friends earlier this month at Vancouver following the film's premiere in New York. TORONTO (CP) The tri- bal love rock musical Hair, longest running stage show ir Canada, celebrated its first an- niversary with its 421st perform- ance Tuesday. Organizers said Hair has been seen at the Royal Alexandra Theatre by an estimated persons and grossed more than J3.2 million. The musical finishes its To- i ronlo run at the end of this week. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. S. DANCE TO RECORDS SUPPER, NOlSEMAKERS, HATS, ADMISSION 54.00 PER COUPLE. Will ladies Bring Something for Pol-luck. ROSE BOWL SPECIAL Enjoy ihe Game and Parade In Color Perfect Color 15" Color TV Magnificent color re- ception can be Small in size, but no! in performance, the 516CT features rare earth phosphur color tube for more lift like color than you've ever seen. And its automatic' color con' trol circuits ensure per- fect picture stability. Handsome brown and beige cabinetry blends with (he decor of any room. Automatic de- gausser eliminates the problem of color blotch- ing so common in many olher portables. UHF and VHP antennas in- cluded. You Can Enjoy Your Own Color TV For Only OR ONLY PER MONTH (NO DOWN PAYMENT Ask About Our lifetime Tube Warrnnly CLOSED AIL DAY SATURDAY (JANUARY 2ND) FOR STOCK TAKING KAZ HIRAGA Prciidont TELEVISION LTD. COLLEGE MALL anrl 535 13th STREET NORTH "TELEVISION" IS OUR MIDDLE NAME Discount war is blamed for Loblaw staff cut TORONTO (CPI Leon Wcinstein, director of consumer relations for Loblaw Groceter- ias Ltd., said Tuesday the dis- count war among supermarkets was a factor in the company's decision to lay off ISO employ- ees. Longest death row resident wins battle TRENTON, N.J. (AP) Au- thor Edgar H. Smith, the U.S.'s longest death row resident, has been granted a new hearing Jan. 18 in his 13-year-old battle ,p overturn his murder convic- tion, it was learned today. U.S. Distri-ct Court Judge George H. Barlow will preside at a hearing during which Smith and his lawyers will present what they term "new evidence" in an attempt to overturn a con- fession Smith gave to police shortly after his arrest. Unlike Smith's previous ap- peals, this hearing will require appearances by some of the wit- nesses who figured in the case over a decade ago. Earlier ap- peals have been decided on the basis of transcripts of Smith's original trial. Smith was sentenced to death June 4, 1957, after a jury con- victed him of the murder of a 15-year-old school girl Victoria ZielinsK. She was murdered March 4, 1957, in a deserted sand pit. The murder, his trial and con- viction were the subjects of Smith's book, Brief Against Death. Smith contends lie was brow- beaten into a confession by po- lice through incessant question- ing- NEW COIN HISTORY MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) Coins first appeared about 730 EC, rather than the accepted date of 635 EC, says a Tufts University professor. Dr. Mir- iam Balmuth said she also found that coins were used first in northern Syria, rather than Sardis as scholars have sup- posed. "Anytime there is a price war you look for places to save said Mr. Weinstcin. "That's one reason for the lay- offs. And this time of year there's always somewhat of a layoff." Mr. Weinsteui said the timing of the layoff was not affected by an Ontario government an- nouncement that new restric- tions on mass layoffs will bo- come effective Friday. "These layoffs were planned some weeks he said. "I've checked "with our personnel de- partment and they knew nothing about this when the decision was made." MUST GIVE NOTICE The regulations provide that an employer may not lay off 50 or more workers within a four- week period without giving writ- ten notice to the employees and fjie minister. Two Loblaw subsidiaries. Power and Busy-B stores, also laid off 95 full-time employees Monday. Dennis Sexton, business rep- resentative of the Amalgamated M e a t -C u 11 e r s and Butcher Workmen of North America, ac- cused store owners of deliber- ately dropping the workers be- fore the new restrictions are effective. He said the were given only two weeks' notice. Under the new regulations, when 50 to 139 employees are laid off ivithin a four-week pe- riod, they must be given eight weeks' notice. You llis claim monopoly mark WINNIPEG (CP Two youths from nearby St. James Assiniboia are claim- ing a w o r 1 d record for non- stop monopoly playing, after a 62-hour vigil. The two, Doug Grantham and Gary Kosack, both 16, be- gan playing at 10 a.m. on Box- ing Day. By the lime they fin- ished, they had completed 46 games and raised some ?150 for a local YMCA group. The participants said the old record of 60 hours was held by two Las Vegas, Ney., youngsters. THIS WEEK AT THE iiPARKHAZAl I MOTOR HOTEL EMBASSY LOUNGE HARRY BAILEY at the ORGAN TUESDAY thru SATURDAY IMPERIAL LOUNGE Direct from Ilie Philippines "ROSALIA PASCUAL" MONDAY thru SATURDAY PIRATES COVE CABARET Wed. Dec. 30th tint! Sot. Jan. 2nd THE BAND "FITCHMORE WEST" SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS: NEW YEAR'S EVE CLOSED 8 P.M. NEW YEAR'S DAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. H.EG1NA (CP) A jiollutioi lawsuit launched by the Mani- toba government has indirectly forced the closure of two Sas- katchewan chemical plants and is threatening the operation of a pulp mill. Intcrprovincial Co-Operatives Ltd. closed its chemical plant two miles north of Saskatoon Monday, saying it is unable to continue paying its bills because the Manitoba lawsuit is hinder- ing its ability to obtain credit. Manitoba is seeking million damages from Interprovincial, claiming mercury from the Sas- katoon plant polluted Manitoba waters through the South Sas- katchewan River system. The International closure also shut down Armour Industrial Chemicals Ltd. in Saskatoon and has created a problem at the Prince Albert pulp mill which it supplies with bleaching chemicals. Saskatchewan Treasurer D. G. Steuart. said Tuesday that Premier Boss Thatcher had twice asked the Manitoba gov- ernment to withdraw its suit, but Premier Ed Schreyer, after meeting with the Manitoba cabi- net, refused. The premier defended Mani- toba's actions in seeking dam- ages since the provincial, fishing industry suffered when lakes had to be closed due to mercury pollution. "It's only right we try to re- cover part of the money lost. We must take this through the courts so we can have adjudica- tions to where financial respon- sibility Mr. Schreyer said. ASKED BY TELEGRAM Mr. Steuart said in an inter- view that the first request was made during the prairie eco- nomic council conference in early December in Winnipeg and the second by telegram. George Kirkwood, plant man- ager for Armour, said his plant depends on Interprovincial to supply steam, water and hydro- gen. Mr. Kirkwood said Armour, which normally employs 23 per- sons, has laid off ail but :j maintenance staff "until we find out what has happened." Inter- provincial employed 40 persons. He said he had believed that Federated Co-Operatives Ltd. lad agree lo take over the op- eration of Interprovincial and to supply some additional financ- ing but "now was backing out" Because of the Manitoba law- suit. Premier Thatcher said the In- tel-provincial plant owes Hie Saskatchewan Economic Devel- opment Corp. (SEDCO) more than million. Vcrn Bodcnhcimer, manager at the Prince Albert mill, said the mill will probably reduce operations next week and produce a limited amount of un- bleached pulp until its source of chlorine and caustic soda is re- stored. He said he hopes no employ- ees u'iii be laid off. In Winnipeg, Premier Schreyer denied that the Mani- toba lawsuit is responsible for the closing of the plant. He said the Saskatoon plant had been in financial difficulty before Manitoba filed the suit. was looking for an excuse and selected the lawsuit. Don't treat snowmobiles like toys TORONTO (CP) Prpvincia Dolice, alarmed by an increas jig number of deaths and inju ries from snowmobile accidents are warning the public to sto Testing the machines like toys Tiie warning follows 11 Cana dian fatalities, including eight in Dntario, during the long Chrisl mas weekend. In 1969, 93 Cana dians were killed in snowmobil. accidents. The Canadian Safctv Council predicts 100 deaths tin; year. J. L. Whilty, the OPP's assist ant commissioner in charge o traffic, said today in an inter view: "There's no doubt In my mini that there has to be a change in legislation licensing snowmobile operations." Last year, Canadian snowmo- bile manufacturers built units. This year, the production forecast is Famed cellist marks birthday SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) Cellist Pablo Casals cele- brated his 94th birthday Tues- day. He is described as in sound health. Casals has organized an annual music festival on the is- land of Puerto Eico that at- tracts some of the foremost mu- sicians in tire world. MINUS ONE CLUB NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Thursday, December 31st p.m. to RIVIERIA ROOM NO. 1-PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL Music by THE MOONGIOWS Admission S6.00 each FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Phone 327'1448 SMORGASBORG SUPPER AT MIDNIGHT ON 31 DEC. AT THE WINTER PALACE OF THE KOMMANDANT THE ROYAL CARPATHIAN HUSSARS WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL REUNION FOR GENERAL OFFICERS AND THEIR IADIES DRESS-WINTER SERVICE A WITH SHAKOS OPTIONAL Festivities will begin promptly at hours and will terminate in 1971. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CHRISTMAS PROGRAM CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Monday, January 4, 1971 Tuesday, January 5, 1971 Wednesday, January 6, 1971 Gym No. I-Baskctball and Volleyball p.m. Gym No. 2-Bodminton p.m, ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Monday, January 4, 1971 Wednesday, January 6, 1971 Children's Recreational Hockey (Free) noon LETHBRIDGE ARENA Monday, January -4, 197 J Tuesday, January 5, 1971 Wednesday, January 6, 1971 Children's Recreational Hockey (Free) noon CIVIC ICE CENTRE Monday, January 4, 1971 Wednesday, January '1971 Children's Recreational Hoclcfiy noon SCHOOLS Galbraith, and Gilbert Paterjon Monday, January -1, 1971 Tuesday, January 5, 1971 Wednesday, January 6, 1971 Recreational Basketball, Volleyball, etc. Free p.m. NOTE: Please refer to the regular public swimming and skew- ing (id on the Entertainment Page, each Monday and Thursday pertaining to Free Public Skating and Swim- ming limes (or efiilclrcn ai the City Recreational Facili- ticj during the Christmas Holidays. mTV WEDNESDAY MOVIK: Tire Giant of Metropolis, (i p.m., Ch. 7: A man reaches a community where a scientist is experiment- ing with immortality. Stars Mitchell Cordon. SPORTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., Cli. 13: The Pittsburgh Penguins meet the Montreal Canadicns. DRAMA: Mother Love, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Rossano Brazil stars in a Somerset Maugham story about a son who be- comes jealous of his own wife and his father. DRAMA: Name of the Game, p.m., Cli. 13: Wil- liam Shatncr is an evangelist and Dina Merrill is his wife in an episode about alleged tampering with a religious or- ganization's lerlgprs. SPECIAL: Wring Out Mid Old, p.m., Ch. 1: Don Harron and Mike Magee satirize 1370 subjects, including Women's Lib which Harron describes as "a bunch at women getting together to have a big movement." VARIETY: Comedy on Ice. 9 p.m., Cli. 5: Music Hall presents Hugh O'Brian and an hour of grace and pratfalls on the rink. DOCUMENTARY: Music of.This Land. 10 p.m., Cli. 7: Historical and economic development of Canada as seen through folk lore and folk songs. With Allan Mills and the Travellers, SPORTS: Year-end Review, p.m., Ch. 13: The CTV's Johnny Esaw takes a look at the major sports ev- ents of 1970. MOVIE: Something Wilil, p.m., Cli. 7: Carroll Ba- ker stars in a 1961 examination of the mental torment of a rape victim. THURSDAY MOVIE: The Forest Rangers, J p.m-, Ch. 7: A young forest ranger battles fires and pyromaniacs. Stars Fred MacMurray and Pauletle Goddard. MOVIE: Sparrows Can't Sing. 1 p.m., Ch. 13: James Booth stars in a 1963 story of Cockney life in London's East End. Kttai by thi radio end ttliVmori ttalient, Any varivtfen In frosrtm tefiidulw h Jut krfc diantjii by 'hi ttatiant and tt nsl ita MHtibilitV tf Tlit Hirpld .r Botwoy Voice of ChlnL World Tomorrow CHEC-FM THURSDAY Breakfast Wllh Bruce Major News Farm Snow News, Wthr., Sports CHEC -fc WON. THRU THURI. News 15 minutes to tht hour Larry Donatiua John David Horn f.if News, Sport, Wlhr Larry DonBhu, CHEC FM othe.r sld> News Fifteen Minutes to J. D. McAllister WEDNESDAY NIGHT Major New? Dinner Woman's World Back fo the' BlblB News, Wthr, Sport "-1" News, Wthr., Sports Tempo :40 STOCK Market The Hour CJOC Chuck Tanner THURSDAY Sport :io News, Wthr, Sport Bll Show 3. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1520 World at six Request Action Wayne y LmB Probe 1320 Rob Ingram Show News, Wthr, Sport CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Theatre ;00 News and Grain Prices :05 Jack Thys Party Line Matinee :05 Bob Lang World at Six Supplement On Mike Rule and Revolution Concern Ideas Network News Age of Elegano Music Past Midnight THURSDAY Eye Opener :e H From The Caoltals World at Eight Five Nights a News and Weather Week Gerrusll :5S Nathan Cohen Morning Concert :55 Consumers :03 Malinee :S5 Pratley at thi Movies Radio Noon :15 Afternoon :03 School Broadeait :30 Matinee :03 Afternoon Concert SAVINGS! ACT FAST! WHILE THEY LAST! 1 6 Transistor Radios Small Appliances 10% Off! 1 Color TV, with trade OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT5I CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES 9 TELEVISION 4th Avc. 5fh St. Phone 328-2328 Teleprobo 7 Movie: Something Wild CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Teleprobe 7 Movie: Gianls of THURSDAY the Metropolis Mr. Drfessup Somerset Maughan Holiday Film Wring Oof The Old Friendly Gianl This Land (c) 10M5 Clici Helens News Sesame Street Lee Drew's Children's Hour Movie: Forest Rangers Our Town Edoc of Night Galloping uournisl Banana Splits (c) Gomsr Pyla CFCN'TV LethbricJ0e Channel 13 (Cabievision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Beat the Clock (c) News (c) Thought for Day Lucy Show (c) 4-00 Pittsburah Nalional News Buckshot (c) at Name of the Game File: Seventy (c) Sand Box (c) in-io SnnrU B'pat '70 Ed Allefl 10.30 sports Beat 70 Whjr] of News (c) Fashion (c) News (c) In Conversation The Baron Pierre Berton In Conversation Peyton Place University of. Air Movie: Sparrows C Famous "jury Trials Another World (c) with Tracy I Dream ot Jear.nie (c) Wynnn's Pad (c) Flirtstoncs (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch, 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Sho.v (c) As the World Turns Maytierry Today in Montana Days of Our Lives 6'OQ Hews Concentration (c) The Doctcn (c) A: 30 Men from Villon Family Aflsir (c) Another Worlrf (c) R-00 Hawaii Fivc-O Scares Ed'is of tlipht (c) Kraft Hall Jeopardy