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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fl THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD inlurilny, February 15, 1971 Mi's olan Hike off Rough-and-tumble session in sight (yjT-UVA UT, Will) ;m el- Ihrri1 likrly will Iv'-i'iiu' -inimv (lavs ahead foi iiii'' m u- of Parliament LH iH'M Thursday. N ihe lime Hie gloves H.- Ml s.ns. nutlil -saj campaign is on. The Lilu-i-al government is ox- pooled lo launch ihc now scs- upliniislic prtrlrait of tile coun- try. include a generous of proposals lo it oven holier. The opposition, of course, plans lo scratch al it. 1 Holli Conservative mid Now j Democrat MPs liave been busy preparing questions and rcvicw- infi issue's lo fire at Ilic incut. They will ilrmv attention everything from high unciu- plovmonl in Ihc AUanlic prov- inces to the luring of Pin-re who faccs charKCS in tion FLQ activities m Qncbcc. COMING GEORGE and TAMMY a centre hy a research group to wor. on a winter works program in Mont Lauricr, Quo.. The group received a grant under the federal initiatives program and opposition MPs say Ll'.erc has been an angry reaction lo the Vallicros hiring from unem- ployed constituents, particularly in the West. vSome Conservative MPs are planning to peek a special emer- VASA LODGE VALENTINE DANCE SCANDINAVIAN HAtl-IZtri SI. C N. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12th at 9 p.m. Music hy the 2 P's ADMISSION SI.50 PER PERSON MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS gency debate to focus attention on the issue. Kormer prime minister John Dicfonbaker says ho lias received several leltors about VaJliercs. There are also opposition plans lo give Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer a rough ride over the Christmas Eve escape in Montreal ol Yves Gooffroy, who was given permission (o leave S'i. Vincent de Paul peni- tentiary to got married. Geof- [roy. sentenced lo life imprison- ment for [he murder of bis wife, hasn't been scon since. The opposition also plans to maintain its barrage of criti- cism alxnit unemployment, rising cost of living, and the al- leged failure of the billion winter works program. Conservative MPs from tho Atlantic provinces, encouraged by party leader Robert Stan- field, will concentralc on the high unemployment levels there, coupling this with an at- tack on the government's pro- gram to lessen regional dispari- ties. 'Jlie NDP has prepared com- prehensive charLs on Canada's employment and labor force paltcriis, which Mrs say dis- proves most of the arguments advanced hy Hie government as to the reasons for high unem- ployment. don't want to be quoted saying we're deliberately going to cause a said a Con- servative. "But (he ammunition is there and we'd be stupid not to use it. "And if there was ever a time when the government shouldn't he allowed to get its own way, this is it." Apart from Ihe llirone speech, Uir government is expected to bring down an attractive, pre-el- ection, budget. Unless we raise hell over all their said Ihc MP, "the government would have it all their own way. "So we'll rai.se hell HIGHLIGHTS For her safety and comfort HARDUTE lenses Only half the weigh! on her pretty iittle nose. for maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Preicrlplion Sunglauei Mognifiert Repoin Children'! Reaionabla Framvt OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 Indian students likely to fail BONNYVIM-E (CP) Most students in Grades I a nd 2 from nearby Kehewin Reserve are expected lo fail this yesr because many speak only Crec and are unable to understand lessons. Leona Gadwa, student counsellor on the reserve, said Friday. There are 156 reserve stu- dents attending grades 1 (o .10 in this northeastern Alberta community. Other elementary students have been able to catch up on studies they missed during a ]'.i month school boycott in September and October. Miss Gadwa said .The students were kept from classes by parents to protest living conditions on the reserve. Junior high studenls also "will have to work very hard u" they're to she said. Rancher set free GUASAVE, Mexico (AP) A wealthy Mexican rancher kid- napped a week ago was freed Thursday in exchange for a ransom, his daughter said. Guilebaldo Llanes Here- dia, 68, was exhausted and had stomach trouble, but apparently had suffered no other injuries. AND DISTRICT OLDTIMERS7 PEMMICAN CLUB PAST PRESIDENTS PRIOR TO 885 H. F. GREENWOOD J. D. I F G. W. C. B. J. J. W. E. T. H J. E. C. DR. T. E. F. W. C. A. M. W. M. H. VAN 1 939 W. D. L. HARD1E II T. E. W. T. NOIAN, R. WATSON, of ihn PEMMICAN CLUB ore endeavoring lo establish an aulhontlc li-.l of Past Presidents who served prior to 19J4 and the years in which they held c.ttkr. -W D. I. Nnrdin held Ihn oHice for three terms, onn ol which was 1939. What wrjre Iho other Ivvo dates? Tho period to be covered rxtends over J9 years. There tir'i -10 names listed above. What other names should bo ncludcd? Can anyonn positively provo Ihot any of thn obovn narnpi should not bn Included? Information necessary to eomplctn :his record ihould hft forwarded lo A. P. [Al) BAINES, D. A. (DAN) McEWEN, 536A Blh St. S., P.O. Box 804, Lelhhridgd, Alberta lethbridge, Alborla 327-7174 3JS-J924 Relter slill fill in 1ho ahovo and brinn ihn information lo the Annual Mooting lo bo held in the Club roomi on 9lh St. S., Wednesday, February 23 at 8 Infection outbreaks increase WASHINGTON (AP) The United Stales government says reports ot infection outbreaks have more than doubled within the last week in hospital nurser- ies no longer bathing babies with Ihe germ-fighting hexach- lorophene. The National Centre for Dis- ease Control in Atlanta said it has received reports of IfiG; cases of staphyloeoccal infcc-' (ion in 24 nurseries at 23 hospi- tals and is investigating eight additional reports of outbreaks. Most cases involve minor skin diseases and no fatalities have been reported, the report said, but most of the bactcial Infec- tions have been resistant to pen- icillin and "resistance to other antibiotics has been found in some capes." None of Ihc bateria, however, have been reported resistant to a relatively new wonder drug, metliicillin, the report said. After the Food and Drug Ad- ministration publicly warned doctors and hospitals on Dec. 8 not to use three-per-cent hex- flchlorophene solutions for rou- tine total body bathing of in- fanls and adults, the Atlanla agency asked state health de- partmenls to report promptly any outbreaks of slaph iniec- lions. SATUIU1AY SI'OIIT: Pro Hockey. 0 p.m., Cli. 7. The California Gol- den Seals meet the Maple Leafs in Toronlo. MUVIK DKA.MA: "Marines, Let's 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A tribute lo American fighting men in Korea. H1DVIE Dlt.UIA: "The Savage 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A documentary style drama about an Eskimo hunter with location scenes at Hudson Hay and Greenland. .MOVIE HIlAMAi "Wait Till the Sun Shines p.m.. Ch. 7. The saga of 51) years ill a typical Ameri- can town featuring the local barber. MOVIE WESTERN; "The Man From 12 midnight, Ch. 13. An army officer on leave searches for Uie man guilty of selling rifles to the Apaches. SUNDAY SPORT: NBA Basketball, 12 noon, Ch. 11. Los Angeles Lakers meet tte Baltimore Bullets. SI'OIIT: Winter Olympics, i p.m., Ch. 9. The Winter Olympic Games at Sapporo, Japan, draw to a close with the Olympic flag transferred from Japan to the United States which will host the 1970 Winter Games at Denver. Channel 7 will carry some of the same at p.m. 1V1LDLIFE: Audlllron Wildlife Tliealre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of a visit by Toronto school children to the village of Igloolik in Canada's Arctic. WILULll'E: Unlamcd World. 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Plant and animal life on the British Columbia coastline are photo- graphed. MOVIE DHA.1IA: "Foreign p.m., Cli. 13. Hired to negotiate an exchange of spies with Russia, an ex-agent finds he's involved in a double-cross plot. FAMILY; World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Two gruelling races highlight tire conclusion of this drama about (lie Mor- gan saddle horse. CHIME DllAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a spoiled rich girl with a sadistic and jealous boy friend. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show, B p.m., Ch. 7. Barbara Mc- Nair, Roy Clark and comics Jerry Stifler and Anne Meara are the special guests. HISTORICAL JJItAMA: Whifcoaks of Jalna, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Chapter 4 of the saga of an Ontario family as re- counted in the Jalna books. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 9 p.m., Cli. H. The 40 million dollar production starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Part 2 will be seen at 8 p.m., Ch. 11 on Monday. SPECIAL: CTV News, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. How South Viet- nam is coping in "The Year of the Rat." CRIME DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Lou Rawls as a singer involved in a dope pusher's murder finds he's a target himself. MONDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Massacre At Marble I p.m., Ch. 7. Indian trite join forces to protect their lands from greedy gold prospectors. MOVIE MUSICAL: "Ilcil 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A satire about a cowboy who rides into the lown of Paradise Lost lo avenge the death of his brother. ANGLO'S Radio ft TV Listings Program! gra lined by the radio and ttUvliton ilalloni. Any variation In program It Jut to lait- rninuro change, by Ihe ftalfarn and ll not the reipon- ilblllty of Ihe Herald or Anglo Dfltrlbulort Stereo and Photographic Centra. Farm writer dies at CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporfs Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY Leo Dow Leo Dow Beryl Clark Jack >nlorm John Charles 7-00 Barry MONDAY Jack Newfeld Jim Shr-arer Jrhn Oliver SUNDAY Chec-line Beryl Clark SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls News inside from the Oulside Continental Holiday Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Rob Ingram Allanlic Symphony Blacklool Indian Program Sofo CJOC if News 10.00 Hour of Chrisllan Science Sunihin; Voice of Ccncr- Sunday Mag- line News Rob Ingram Rememdej- when Blackloot Indian Program News Pete Snow Cross Counlry Check-Up NHL Hockey The Enlerljinerj MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, Wlhr, Sport fl-ns Phone Dill Show 10-Ui Wayne Barry Probe Nu'.-.s, Wlhr, Sporl Mrr.-.'s and Grain Prices Jack Tr.ys 4.05 Roh Probe CHEC FM TV News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Cliarle) Jack SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack NcwrcltJ Barry Hrgland CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Time Signal CBC Singe Dislingulshed Artists Anthology Bush and Salon a Capital Report et Boston Music Scene Cross Counlry Check-Up Progression Inside from tho Jan Canadians Cole bra I ions Nev.S Den Sims Show MONDAY 6.05 Ev? Opener Outside Conlinenfal Hofiday This Counlry Remember When Radio Nooi Sunday end Friends Schools Sound of Sport Max Ferquson Sunday Magazine Sunday Theatre 03 Home Run Sunday Supplement Gilmour's Alburni World ot ilx SUNDAY Morning Concert Sunday MornlnQ Winter Olympics Shack dwellers j perch on ledges of city hall ROME (Renter) Seven ot Rome's estimated shnck dwellers were still perched on ledges of city hall Fridny after their third chilly niRht in the open. The seven, survivors of an original 10, are demanding homes From city council. On Tuesday, Ihe 10 climljed on the roof of city hall after SO other dwellers were cvirted from inside Ihe hall where they had staged a sit-in dur- ing n council meeting. Meanwhile, street hawker Ealvatorc Laudauti remained on the draughty heights of the Colosseum after three days of protest aimed al obtaining n licence lo sell radios. Another hawker recently set I n local record for demonstra- lions on the Colosseum when he stayed up for a week. City council promised him a lic- ence, CALGARY (CP) Funeral service was held here for agri- culture writer Walter Norman Smith who died at age Mr. Smith was born in Roch- dale, England, and came to Calgary in 1919 where he work- ed for the AlhcrLan. Later, lie was editor of the United Farmers of Alberta Blames hippies JAKARTA CAP) President Suharto of Indonesia has claimed that nightclubs, casinos and steam baths are negative "intrusions of unhealthy West- ern culture brought in by hip- according to news re- ports. news publication and editor and publisher of the Western Farm Leader. He is survived bv his wife Amelia. "Eckankar The Key To Secret Worlds" Thli paperback by Lancer Baojo ara now available. For your copy, SI.50 ECKANKAR Box 1053 Lethbridgs ST. PATRICK'S SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LTD. 33rd ANNUAL MEETING AND SOCIAL PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL SAT., FEB. 19th-6.30 p.m. DANCE TO FOLLOW Tha ihoreholden will be flaked to vote on lha following Iwo (2) nolieei of motion 1. Increase from 5 to 7 Board Member! 2. Suggested Open Bond Jcil lei manager post WINNIPEG (CP) Tho Royal Winnipeg Ballet lorlay nmiouncMl Die resignation of J. Sergei Sawcliyn, tin: hnllct's mamigcr .since Mr. Sawchyn, whose rositfnn- lion is offocUvc April no, now is with iho on it.1! tour of Aastrnliu. Tlio hnllot pnvc no reason (or I rc.slfiDnllon. J All orders received during thii period are eligible For Free Cable TV installation all you pay it lha low monthly Bcrvico charge. Initallalion may be arranged for in February or March. Phone 328-1222 Now Ordorc occupied anytime or nighl in Ihii period but you mult PHONE NOW (or fro Inilollalion. There's more fo see wflh MULTI CHANNEt TV AND FM Phono 328-1222 1018 3rrl Awntin S. I Engineered To tail. A Lift MODEL HP218 DELUXE MODEL NEW TRULY VERSATILE AM-FM RADIO and Record Changer 8 Track Cartridge Complete With Spcakeri Suggested Retail .95 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo ana trnotopiapliic Cenlct 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) 1ATUKDAY NIOHT Bugi Bunny NHL Country Tlmt Marine! Lets Go News 13.00 Foem on U of L 1 Soy Fulure ShocK MONDAY Counlry nnads B jrj Farm ard City Reach for the Top Today Winter Olympics Romper Room Encounter 9-30 Mr Dress Up New Majority end ID.-00 Mberln School Friendly Giant Provincial Audubon (c) in J5 Chci Helene Move: Walt Till the World ot Disney 12-00 Miday-Our To ATI Sun Shines Nellie The Refers 1.M MOVIE: it Jimmv Slpwerl Mprhln City Flip Wilson 3-co Galloping GourmH WHilooaks ot Jalna j-on Take 20 1D.-PO Weekend .V30 Edge of Nlanl fc) News .1 00 Fomily Court Nations Buslncai Drop In Tcleprooe 7 TfLin or CcniS- Focus U ot L qucrces SUNDAY Faith tor Today Fireball XL-5 caplain Scarlet Sslely Roundup Strugqlfl for A Border CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Market (O 7 llnivcrslly nl Air KIngo Bingo Gideon's Way fl'C'i) rjf rrighf- News Pcntecosl P- cienls mslcin Oil Report World TornDrroA- Prccir.im HI Lights Rollin on Ihe River Wild Kingdom (c) Fashlcn-, Don Messer Horsl Kcichlrr (r.) M-li Francflli 6.30 Missing Link A 30 Dnris Ddy (cl f-.'T Vr.cia (c) Movie: The Untamed World (ci iN-f" in Savage Innocenti Movie: AH r.rci News, Foreign [Exchange 11 T-] flikn Nighl Cap (c) 7 00 Room 11'i ]l R'-rlcn 11-30 Doctor In the HouSe Mod Squad (c) i? c-n Movie: Eddies Father Ecot the Clock Man trom Laramla V-'S i o SUNDAY Mflnnlx (r) RrH ThouijM for News 7 JS (he Good -i H Clublime Ic) Niqtitran (cl Vk'crr' Day of Discovery Oil Report Ar--'hrr World Oral ftoterls Oucslicn J 'in You Sports Diycil fc) 12 00 D.ivicl Trcsl Do 11-30 Window on Brltnln '.'.ONDAY i Rex Humbard (c) Thought (or :i KRTV Falls Channel 3 (Cnblevision Ch 9) Pink PanHier jolsons Winter Olympic Mr WiZflM Animnl World Slxly Mlnuloj SATURDAY Hcc- Haw Glen Campbell Bold Oones B 00 Winter Olympics 10.00 News (c) Tho Law and Yi_ Wlnler Olympics 5.30 World SUNDAY JiTUiiy iiewarl N'v'..s (r) Tom nnd Jerry (cl I? "h.r D.ilnrs d Groovlo Goolios C.itfo's Counly I M Ani-ihrr V.'nrlrl' Lamp Unlo My 9.00 Movir rf N.'ihi Fcrl [Jen llur (pr. l) 2 no I nvr- Ainrcir.in fl-31 Lock Up and Live Larrdn (r) f.fyi- Kniliryn Kulilman MONDAY 1 Vi I Barrier Reel Our World n.r-'il.nfy Mimv Cnmprfi Tlirrs Snluln AqriciiUnre Tylr? Face the Nation Twt.iy Show Uirru Sons (c) Mcel Ihe Prcsi Todiiy in Irl Cnnccnl'fllion It) S Q NRf. NmhUy NoAl KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cnblovision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Tonil (r) Allos Smllh nnrl Infill Jones (c) Dircclions Lawrence Wftlh issues nnd Ansv. Movlo: Trio Hound NHA I .A. ot linr-korvilln (c) ndllnnorc (r.) "Ilio Sixth SonEO Lonn Slrcot (c) NOWI News (c) 11 :iO Dick Crwrt! SUNDAY frtrm Mows Tho 7-U S.irrrcl Tills ii the Lifft Rcvivnl rinj-i Ic) Conin-; (lift Dnublnclpckcrs Hullwlnkle Ic) Mrtko fl Wish (C) Drnyon and Mr. run -pinn (ii All SpOl I'-Ilulri 11) 'fl 1 r-.n.i rii.W Gr.ind Prix M-f I All 1 lillrtrrn A-.M llm Pnprr n Pc a (Joni (c) Wiin Alivn Urv.iyv.ci] Crtme Wild Kimiilom (c) U 'in N. USMP (t) l.fjt Sdrrl Slorm (c) Snnny onil f hrr I iff; in Llvo Irnpr.LMl.ln J-lifi t-l Our I iv-rs niiin rni j-.m mi Mn-.pii.ii Movir: Um-r- nn ,1 flPdiirtfrfl (Cl. I) .1 D.ili'iri 0.1IH9 .1 IV! Th.il -n lloAitthrrl MONDAY (c) Farm NrA'i S ,K) ;