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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, January 6, 1975 Inn manager says no to FBI slides CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) FBI agents were blocked from showing train- ing slides here because of a city ordinance aimed at bar- ring pornographic movies in bars. In a recent training course for law officers, FBI agents had to resort to chalkboard drawings instead of prepared slides because the manager of the Holiday Inn where the course was held was afraid he would lose his liquor licence. The ordinance prohibits pro- jected images in places holding liquor permits. It was passed because city officials believed some taverns might start showing pornographic films. CHICAGO (AP) City po- licemen relied on old-style tracking to arrest a burglar 'suspect. A burglar made off with a quantity of drugs from a phar- macy Friday and walked away through freshly-fallen snow, police said. Officers, checking out a burglar alarm, followed the trail like blood- hounds. Chess game only by rules MOSCOW (Reuter) A leading Soviet chess official said today that Russian Anatoli Karpov would play for the world chess title with champion Bobby Fischer of the United States only under internationally agreed rules. Boris Rodionov, bureau member of the International Chess Federation told the newspaper Sovetsky Sport that Karpov's position is "clear, logical and un- shakeable." The match is supposed to start June 1. WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD-ALBERTA FIRST AID CLASS 75-C23 LETHBRIDGE SCANDINAVIAN HALL January 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 to EVENINGS 8 Sessions Complete the Course No Charge (or Workers Under the Act. Changes made effective March 1, 1974 through Alberta Regulations 56-75 (First Aid) require certain industries and businesses to have qualified First Aiders available where more than (5) workers are actively employed at any one time. English fashions June Hodgson, left, models white chiffon baby- nightwear were on show in London. At right, doll pyjamas reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe recently Pamela Stanford models a caftan in an African during a showing of David Nieper's new Film motif.: Star collection. The negligees, dressing gowns and Beatle John to call attorneys NEW YORK (Reuter) Former Beatle John Lennon on Friday won the right to cross examine government witnesses, possibly including two former attorneys-general, as he continues his fight to re- main in the United States.' Federal Judge Richard Owen granted Lennon the right to ask questions of government witnesses in his effort to prove that the deci- sion to deport him was pre- judged by immigration of- ficials. He claims that a conspiracy was entered into to pre-judge his case and deny him rights guaranteed by the U.S. Con- stitution. The entertainer's list of prospective witnesses includes former attorneys- general John Mitchell and Richard Kleindienst, both of whom have been convicted of Watergate-related crimes. Judge Owen scheduled a hearing Jan. 17 for a discus- sion on how witnesses will be dealt with. again had been the same. Picture yourself as second quarter millionaire MORE THAN IN TOTAL PRIZES FIRST PRIZE SECPND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE 5 FOURTH PRIZES, EA. PLUS 1900 PRIZES Preliminary Draw January 31st, 1975 BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE: 1. At all Alberta Treasury Branches. 2. From the members of participating Church and Service Clubs. 3. At most retail outlets. A. At most Credit Unions. OR SEND IN THIS COUPON: Ticket sales close Jan .15, 1975 IHHHHHHMI WINTER DRAW ORDER FORM To order your ticket, mail this coupon to: WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY FOUNDATION P.O. BOX 2900. CALGARY. ALBERTA PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) A Roman Catholic priest said sadly Friday that onetime movie star Betty Hutton won't be going back to work as a cook housekeeper at St. Anthony's Rectory in Port- smouth, R.I. "She's not coming back to the rectory. It didn't work out- Rev. Father Peter Maguire said in a telephone interview. "She's only 53. She's still 'young. She's not ready to retire. She'd like to get back into show business and get started again." Miss Hutton's whereabouts were not known Friday. Father Maguire said he promised not to say where she is. Betty, often called the Blonde Bombshell in her days of glory during the 40s and 50s, took the rectory job when she was down on her luck and then converted to Catholicism last February. Last June 24, friends and ad- mirers here tossed a big "lovein" for her at the River- boat Restaurant in the Em- pire State Building 'in New York City. Friends agreed that this re- kindled the old theatrical flame and said Betty never NEW YORK (Reuter) Australian singer Lana Cantrell, who in her perfor- mances tells women to get out of the kitchen and into the streets, was given a feminist award here Friday. The Feminist party, a small women's liberational group in New York, honored the singer at the Australian consulate for giving "women of four conti- nents a superb role model for woman as winner." Ms. Cantrell said in an interview after the ceremony that ;she had kept her feminism quiet for a long time because she was not sure what it would do to her career. But in her act, she now tells women to go into the streets "where you belong, to protest and march and organize." She also said she asks the audiences whether they believe in equal pay and men usually boo. She then points to her conductor and agrees that he should not be paid as much as she is. NEW YORK (AP) Milton 77, the silver-tongued announcer of the Metropolitan opera for 43 years, died Fri- day of an apparent heart at- tack. Cross was to have broadcast live today's Met performance of Italian! in just as he broadcast nearly every Satur- day performance since Christ- mas Day, 1931, when he an- nounced Hansel and Gretel. Hei missed only two broad- Beny's Lease 6 Vehicles to The Lethbridge Herald NO. OF TICKETS REQUIRED AMOUNT ENCLOSED CHEQUE MONEY ORDER MONEY I-----1 I___I I NAMEL ADDRESS L L PROVINCE L I I I I I I I I I I I I IT n POSTALf CODEl Pictured above at right is Bob Fenton, Circulation Manager of The Lethbridge Herald receiving the keys to 6 leased vehicles from G.W. Lee Steen, General Manager of Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile. At the left is Boris Koreshenkov, Insurance and leasing representative for Beny's. These six new Chevrolet trucks 3 half tons and 3 panels will be used by The Lethbridge Herald for their distribution throughout Southern Alberta and South Eastern B.C. TV highlights MONDAY MUSIC SPECIAL: Jack Jones, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Jack uones and his father, Allan Jones are joined by special guests including Susan George and George Kirby. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Jacques Cousteau, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. "Beavers of the North Country" are observed by Jac- ques Cousteau and his crew in the wilderness areas of upper Saskatchewan. MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Mimi Farina, Bill Anderson and Mary Lou Turner appear with Ian and the regulars. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: To The Wild Country, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Wild Pacific Shore" is an exploration by naturalist photographers John and Janet Foster. VARIETY: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. John Hewer is joined by singer Billy Dainty. SPECIAL: Year End Review Canada, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Lloyd Robertson reviews national news stories of 1974. DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Jacques Cousteau, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. For details please see today's listing 7 p.m., Ch. 11. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Scheduled to appear with Johnny is Dom DeLuise. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are lilted by ing Radio and Televlllon Sutioni. Any vari. atlon in prpgram schedule ia due to changes by the sta- tions and not the responsibility ot Chinook Beverages Limited or The Loinoridgg Herald. casts when his wife, Lilian, died two years ago. He broadcast the inaugura- tion of President Herbert Hoover in 1929, the same year he was awarded the American Academy of Arts and Letters' gold medal for radio diction. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Two comedian friends of Jack Benny announced on Friday plans to found a Jack Benny Memorial Forest in Israel on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The two entertainers, George Burns and George Jessel, said friends of Benny's from all walks of life will donate trees "so that the name of one of America's greatest Ben- live forever in Is- rael." CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News News. Weather, Sports News. Weather Snorts Monday Sports Local News World at Six Tuesday CBC News Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. CJOC '220 Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices News Sports Market Report Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Monday As It Happens Music of Our People Identities From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Rush Written in Rock Tuesday Warmup Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener The BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum Disc Brakes Off the Record World at Six Now that CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S is over, it's time to get back on that diet! Diet Pepsi outsells all other diet drinks put to- gether, and it's perfect for that low carbohydrate diet. 0.86 gram of carbohydrate per fid. oz. of diet Pepsi. Monday O Hollywood Squares CB Truth or Consequences (D Password Q News Q News (B News O News Let's Make a Deal Q Gunsmcke QD News Q Rhoda Q) News Q} Truth or Consequences O Lawrence Welk (E Sanford and Son SD Jacques Cousteau O Movies: 1. The Specialists 2. Target Risk (B Jack Jones Special O Bingo (D ABC "Ceremonies in Dark Old Men" 09 Ian Tyson O Mary Tyler Moore CD Medical Centre O This Is The Law O To the Wild Country 0) Pig 'N' Whistle O News (D News O This Year '74 in Canada (B Jacques'Cousteau (D Movie: Michael Kohlaas Q Tonight Show O Man Alive O National (B News O Tommy Banks (B News 09 Merv Griffin O Tomorrow O Movie: Joe Tuesday Morning 09 Thought for the Day (P News 09 University of the Air O Pinnochio QD News O Understanding Our World (D Yoga O Wizard of Oz Q Salute to Agriculture O Farm Facts OD Canada A.M. O Today Show OD.Captain Kangaroo O Klaras Korner O Tales of the Riverbank CD AM America O Juliette 09 Romper Room O Ed Allen 09 Come Alive Q Today in Montana O Access (School Telecast) OD Audrey- Q Hollywood Squares CD Love of Life CD News IB This Week 0 Jackpot CD Young and Restless Q Canadian Schools O Blank Check OD Pay Cards CD Search for Tomorrow 0 Dressup O NBC News CD All My Children 09 It's Your Move O Celebrity Sweepskates O Sesame Street 09 Galloping Gourmet Q As the World Turns CD Let's Make a Deal O Dale Barney O.Days Of Our Lives 03 Buck Shot (D Pyramid O The Doctors 09 Woody Wood Pecker Q Partridge Family (D TV-Five News CD General Hospital O Movie: Immortal O The Price Is Right 09 Movie: The Love War CD One Life To Live O Match Game CD The Money Maze O Taltletales O Edge of Night 09 Another World O Wheels of Fortune CDTBA O Now You See It O Our Town 09 What's the Good Word O Take 30 CD The Big Showdown O Gambit Family Court CD SpHt Second OD He Knows, She Knows Q Joker's Wild CD Definition Q News O Filstop CD Brady Bunch ;