Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Flock to braol VIENNA (Reutcr) _ A record Jewish emigrants left the Soviet Union in Decem- ber for Israel after Moscow lib- endlied Ha emlirnUon policy. over-all figure for 1971 readied COOK IN BUFFALO, N.Y. (Reutar) Salvatore Oeri, X, found Mm- .elf behind bars In the sheriff- run Erie County Jail, where ht worked as in assistant cook. Cieri, arrested on i counterfeit money charge by sheriff's dep- uties, was find "on the spot" a department ipokeiman said. [TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY CRIME DRAMA: O'Hara, Treasury Agent, S p.m., Cti. 7. O'Hara poses as an arms dealer to block illegal production and distribution of machine guns. COMEDY; Dean Mirtin Shaw. p.m., Ch. II. Petula Clark, singer Caterina Valente and comic Norm Crosby are special guests. MOVIE COMEDY: "Bye Bye I p.m., Ch. 1. An offbeat satire about one frustrating day in the lives of four New York Jewish intellectuals. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come The 708, p.m. Ch. 13. With the work week becoming shorter and shorter this documentary deals with the problems that arise from a work week of only 20 hours. LAWYER DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The deaths of two women are officially termed an accident and a suicide but a lawyer is out to prove the deaths were in fact a double murder. First of two parts. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Snake p.m., Ch. 7. A young woman loses her mind and is committed to a mental institution. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A mil- lionaire finds his courage and stamina being tested. MOVIE WESTERN: "Ride ud 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A town drunk defends a small Arizona town plagued by outlaws. Trimbles "Vs TV i are listed by tbp rodir. iolion in prorjram shpdul by lhe slofions and no1 c Tire Supply. 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Whal, Whera My Three Sons Gime (c) Family Affair lOiJS News News (cl Fllnlstones [c) i.X Gunimoke (c) News (cl Missing Link Day of Discovery Dean Martin Captain Kangaroo Newt (c) Mews Olnah'l Plica (c) Secret Storm Brady Bunch Jack LaLanna Ona Llla to Live Movie: Heaven Galloping Gourmet Days ot Our Lives with a Sun (c) That Girl General Mospllal owin Marshall Where rht Heart II Three on i Match TV-5 News News Dating Game (c) Uonoslrcel Search lor That Girl (cl Dick Cavall Tomorrow Bewitched (c) FRIDAY II100 All My Children password (t) Firm New. Lett Mike DHI Nlwa Alberta seeks expansion of economic council EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta wants to discuss the pos- sibility of a .western Canada economic council to replace the existing prairie economic coun- cil, Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Don Getty said here. Mr. Getty said Alberta wants to discuss the concept of In- cluding British Coluir.Ha in the new council at the meeting of the prairie council scheduled Jan. 13 in Reglna. "We want to have close com- munication rath all provinces and we will make sure we work toward that end in this group." The meeting of the prairie council will be the first for Alberta's Progressive Conser- vative government and for Sas- katchewan's New Democratic Party government. Both were elected in 1971. Ballet star ill LONDON (CP) Canadian ballerina Lynn Seymour is ill with suspected glandular fever, says a spokesman for the Royal Ballet at Covent Garden. She will be out of action for some weeks. The 32-year-old ballet star, who was born in Wainwright, Alta., and raised in Vancouver, was to have danced the lead in Romeo and Juliet Jan. 12 and in two other Covent Garden ballets Jan. 14 and 15. Substitutes have been announced. NEW BUILDINGS More than seven million new dwellings have been built in Britain since 1945. Mr. Getty said Alberta also i munication between the prov- wants to discuss whether the three prairie provinces are competing artificially among themselves for industrial de- velopment. "Perhaps there should be Ulwt alnrulu ut> uaol some ongoing kind of com-' tals inces in this field. The Prairie Economic Coun- cil, formed six years ago, has met on an average of once ev- erf six months on a rotating basis at UK three prairie c-api- Oddities in the News BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) A jobless electrician tried to pawn his glass eye to get money for food, the new- paper Cronlca reported to- day. It launched a reader ap- Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT .THEATRE Matinee "Shakiest Gun in the West" One Show Only Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show Friday Matinee "Hell Fighters" One show only PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Face OH" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA "Private Duty Nurse" "Bullet for Sandoval" Last complete show peal to help the man, a 44- year old Chilean who suffered another stroke of bad luck re- stole his shoes as he slept in a park. RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuter) Dozens of callers have been asking Information here for God's telephone number. An advertising campaign said: "Embrace God and all the world. If you cannot do it in person, telephone." BRADENION, Fla. (Reu- ter) Mr. and Mrs. America live on Easy Street. That is, William 0. America and his wife .Edna make their resi- dence at 5923 Easy Street in this Florida Gulf Coast town. MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuter) Children will be able to "dial a fairy says George Keitzer, who runs a dial-a-disc service. First they will get a commer- cial, then the story. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfoir Theatre Walt Disney's "THE In Technicolor. A wonderful new cartoon feature. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 6, 7 and 8. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LAWRENCE OF ARABIA" In Technicolor. Starring Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness and Jack Hawkins. Friday and Saturday, January 7 and 8. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "LAWRENCE OF ARABIA" In Technicolor. Starring Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness and Jack Hawkins. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday. January 6, 7 and 8. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. OPEN TONIGHT1 YOU NEED SOME BLOCK- ON YOUR ing INCOME TAX COMPLETE RETURNS You have to know the rulei of the game to win. BLOCK men are Proi. And when BLOCK prepares your return, you can be lure, of maximum Ac- curacy ii guaranteed, Cost ii low. BUAlANTlEi____________ etiuiolt pteporolton of tax rtluin. If we moke any irrort Ihot con yau any penalty intereit, will pay lha penalty of intereit. Canada's Largcir Tax Strviet With Ovir in North Amtrica 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturday Phone 327-371Z NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Football star sentenced to prison HAMILTON (CP) Wayne Philbrick, 23, a former lineman with Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League, was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for cultivating marijuana without a licence. Philbrick pleaded guilty to the charge in provincial court last month. He was arrested last August after police found 75 pounds of marijuana on his fruit farm near here. Court was toW the marijuana would be worth about it sold on the street. A charge of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking was withdrawn against Philbrick at the pre- vious court session. Philbrick, who voluntarily quit the Tiger-Cats after his ar- rest, and his brother, Gerald, Z7, still await trial on some charges in Niagara Falls, Ont. Wayne Philbrick was charged with breaking and entering with intent to commit an indictable offence and indecent assault fol- lowing an incident in Niagara Palls last Dec. 9. Gerald was charged with common assault in connection with the same inci- dent. Both are to appear in Niagara Falls court Jan. 10. Slapping priest excommunicated SULMONA, Italy (AP) A Roman Catholic priest from Rome who slapped his bishop in a dispute over whether he would have to live in a little mountain diocese here has been excom- municated, the bishop's office announced Wednesday. The dispute began when the priest, Don Giulio Corte, refused to move from Rome to take up new duties here, the office said. The priest was accused of slapping Bishop Francesco Amadio Nov. 6 and locking him in his office. A Vatican spokesman said the excommunication for such an offence is automatic. The excommunication could be lifted by the Pope or by the bishop with the Pope's authori- zation, the Vatican said. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming and Skating Schedule Tues., January 4th to Monday, January 10, 1971 PAKK ICE PARK ICE ICE SICK POOL Fri., Jon. Family Skate 10-12 Noon Free Skating 2-4 p.m. Public Skoling 7-9 Skating 2-4 p.m. Public Skaling 7-9 Skating 2-4 Family Swim 10-12 Noon Noon Hour Swim 12.1 p.m. Free Swimming 1-4 p.m. Sol.. Jon. Skoling 2-4 p.m. Public Skating 8-10 Skaling 2-4 Skating 8-10 Swimming p.m. Sun., Jan. Skate Public Skoling 3-3 p.m. Family Skating SkaM l-2i30 p.m. Public Skaling 3-5 Swimming 1-5 p.m. Family Swimming 6-8 p.m. Men., Jan. 10 Skoling Hour Swim 12-1 p.m. REGISTRATIONS. For vecanclii In the It72 Wl nler Swimming Initructien Programs art baine token oi the Friti Sick Feel during the ebeva lineal heun. NO. 1 AT BOX OFFICE John Wayne has been chosen Hie No. 1 box of (ice star of 1971 In a mail poll conducted hy Motion Picture Herald, a movie industry trade pub- lication. The survey theatre owners ta list 10 top money-making stars for the year. Wayne was followed, in order, hy Clint Eastwood, Paul Newman, Steve Mc- Queen, George C. Scott, Dustid Hoffman, Walter thau, AH McGraw the only actress among the top ID- Scan Connery and Lee Mar- vin. Hospital costs figures rise OTTAWA (CP) Incom- plete figures indicate hospital opcrationg costs rose by 9.5 per cent last year, Statistics Can- ada reports. Costs rose to a day per patient in the first nine months of 1971, from a day per patient io the same period of 1970. The hospitals reported 82.6 per cent occupancy in the first Jn-ee quarters of last year. compared with 81 per cent in 1970. Gross salaries and wages rose to a day per patient, from in 1970. Medical and surgical supplies costs rose to from and drug costs rose to from day per patient. The average length of stay in Nspital for patients in 1971 de- clined narrowly to 10 days from 10.1 days in 1970. VOLCANO TOLL 17 SANTIAGO (Reuter) Sev- enteen people died in the erup- tion of Villarrica volcano last week, the government an- nounced here. This tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one ot IB quality Zenith hearing i One of them might be just right for you. At no obligation, test-hear U I zenith hearing aid today. Zinllh hiirlnji eldi eri priced from e the quality In before trie name goet on. 01 ZlnillTc "Sound i Killing" BoohlEl. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldj. IETHBBIPCE Thunder, Jinvcry i, THI UTHMIDOf HIRAID 7 Cruise for the rich only HAVRE, France (CP-Reu- ter) Tlie world's most expen- sive that's official here today on a 91-day odyssey. The wealthy passen- gers aboard the French Line's flagship France will be able to make a stop in China, Uie first ever for a lux- ury cruise. When the France ties up in Hong Kong-one of the 27 ports of the 91-day her passengers will have a chance to join an excursion train into China. lowest fare for the cruise is nearly and tile four persons in a A French Line spokesman described the cruise as "with- out doubt the most expensive ever." Women outnumber men on the passenger list and there are 412 unmarried persons on board. But the average age of the passengers Is 67. Two extra doctors have been taken on for the three-month voy- age, plus a batch of nurses. Four hundred passengers will board in New York when the France arrives there Mon- day, joining 650 from Europe and 100 from Britain. Spending spree WASHINGTON (AP) The Federal Reserve Board Bays Americans have been borrow- ing more on the instilment plan under President Nixon's economic policies. Consumer instalment credit outstanding in November surged to a rec- ord billion, the board said, compared with 4924 minion in October and a previous record of SftM million in September. YOUR PHILIPS DEALH WITH SERVICI SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 2nd- 500 BONUS JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER YUM ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THUKS., JAN. BLUES FRI., JAN. 7 MINT JULEPS SAT., JAN. 8-4 HITS AND A MISS r LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday ANYTHING GOES Saturday ACES HIGH Members and Invited Guests! f k nruuy HIII in r Saturday ACI r Members and Invil i A Bonanza of Family Programs One new show each day SHOWING FRIDAY ONLY 'HEILFIGHTERS' Starring JOHN WAYNE SHOWING SATURDAY ONLY 'GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN' Starring DON KNOTTS One Show Only Each Day at p.m. NOTE: "HELL FIGHTERS" COLOR Starring JOHN WAYNE WILL M SHOWING SATURDAY MATINEE AT THE COLLEGE CINEMA One Show Only At 2.-1S p.m. All Seats These Shows Only 50c ADULT PMAMOUOT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. James Garner from A Kir-ey Leare Servct About fighting to the top and finding no one then. ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT thru SUN. at and p.m. Matinee Sat. p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT THRU. SAT. Fint Shew at 7 p.m. Hit No. 2: "BULLET FOR SANDOVAL"