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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THF LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Januury I, 1972 Mao's heir falls from grace? TOKVD (API Reports from mainland Cliina suggest that Mao Tse-hmg's ideological lieu- tenants are having to push re- luctant provincial officials to fall in line willi a campaign to discredit the man long regarded as Mao's political heir. Lin Piao, the 64 year-old de- fence minister, was picked to succeed Mao at the ninth party congress three years ago. He has dropped from sight since June and his eclipse has been accompanied by lints of a fall from grace. The Chiness government anc Communist party press have been waging what Western ex- interpret as a campaign by innuendo against Lin. Some analysts suggest Lin even tried a coup, failed and died during flight from China. Lin clashed with Mao anc Premier Chou En-lai, the think- ing goes, over Peking's decision to unfreeze its relations with the West and open the way for a visit by President Nixon. Whatever Lins fate or the reason for his disappearance, COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE OF MEETING A meeting to discuss Motorized Recreation Vehicles has been called for p.m. on Wed- nesday, January 12th, 1972, in the All Purpose Room of the Civic Sports Centre. This is a follow- up to previous meetings and all interested people are urged to attend. For further information contact the Commu- nity Services Department at 328-2341, Local 244. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 53 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 60 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited gueiti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities the Peking press clearly Is wor- ried about some deviant strain of Communist Clu'nese thought and is going all-out to blunt it. "The emergence of erroneous lines bad elements and bad deeds in the party is neither strange nor something to be said the Peking Re- view. "The question is how we correctly understand and deal with it." The official journal said true Communists could capitalize on the "anti-party elements in the guise of party members" by re- garding them as examples of whatnot !o do. Communists who "do not un- derstand the of teachers by negative examples are not throughgoing dialectical materi- the article said. Western experts see Hie re cent anti-deviaUonist cheer leading as particularly signif cant since it coincides wit suggestions that the is worried about public apath ar.d military reluctance! purge Lin and his followers especially in the provinces. Experts believe the province are chary of an all-out purg because local leaders still reca the 1968 Cultural Revolution an the turmoil it caused, includin trouble for party officials. Many provinces are controllet by party functionaries who ros to power under Lin and a num ber of them continue to suppor him. This loyalty also is const dered a factor in the armet forces, which Lin headed as de- fence minister. B.C. man directs Burton film BUDAPEST (AP) Actor Richard Burton will star in Bluebeard, a film to be co-pro- duced by French, Italian ant West German companies in Hungary, starting next month The film will be directed by Edward Dmytryk, a native 0 Grand Forks, B.C. BOMBAY (AP) India pro duced more feature films last year than any other country the Indian Motion Picture Pro- ducers Association said today. It said India made more than 430 feature films, well ahead ol Japan with 400. Although Bombay is known as India's Hollywood, only 146 fea- tures, including 82 in color were produced here comparer with 251'in Madras. Son awarded Father's body WINNIPEG (OP) A Kit- chener, Ont. man who went to court to gain custody of his father's body today won his point. Mr. Justice Louis Benisel ruled In court of Queen's Bench the son was the lawful next ol kin of the 47-year-old deceased. The ruling upset plans by a woman who lived for 10 years with the father in Winnipeg to have him buried in the city. The man died New Year's Day, and the woman be had been living with informed the son, court was told. While the woman made ar- rangements for burial in Win- nipeg, the son made similar plans for Kitchener. Qualify yourself for a better future COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION BY CORRESPONDENCE Catch up on the subjects you need to complete High School by taking courses through the CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL BRANCH of the Alberta Department of Education. Junior High and Elementary courses are also available. EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Earn credits toward matriculation on the. same basis as students who attend a regular high school. Courses are available for many Senior High School subjects. Junior High School subjects and Elementary grades. SPECIAL ADULT UPGRADING PROGRAMS These are arranged tor adult students (10 years or over) to upgrade their education through selected courses. Textbooks are loaned to students residing in Alberta and not taking other courses in school. Correspondence courses may be started and completed at various times throughout the year. For application form Bid further IntormnUon writs or send thh coupon TO: THE DIRECTOR. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. EDMONTON. ALBERTA PLEASE SEND CORRESPONDENCE COURSES INFORMATION: Grade In which I am Interested Name. Address. V Alberta DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Most films were in Hindi. The association said the num ber of movie theatres increase! last year to iron; with box office earnings exceed ing million. India has one big problem producers smuggling out their films who keep their earnings in secret accounts abroad. Soldiers let hair grow as disguise LONDON (AP) British soldiers on duty in Northern Ireland have been given au- thority to let their hair grow as a disguise for their own protection when off duty. An army spokesman said today units likely to be called up for duty in Ulster also are being given the op- tion. The old short, back and sides image of the British Tommy presents too much of a ready target for terror- ists, UM army concluded. U.S. jobless figures rise WASHINGTON (AP) Un- employmentinthe Unite( States increased to 6.1 per cent last month, just below a nine- year high reached a year ear lier, the government said today The number of job seekers was 4.7 million in actual num bers, or 5.2 million seasonally adjusted. At the same time, the labor department's bureau of labor statistics said the average rate of unemployment for all of last year was 5.9 per cent, up from 4.9 per cent in 1970 and 3.5 per cent in 1969. The bureau said the 5.9 per cent jobless rate for 1971 was the highest in 10 years. The rate hit 6.7 per cent in 1961. Bank rate cut COPENHAGEN (Eeuter) Denmark has cut its bank rate by one-half per 7. to seven per was offi- cially announced Friday. The new rate will be effective from Jan. 10. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Matinee "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken1 One Complete Show Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Skin Game" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CifNEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Face OH" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects 'Face Off" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Matinee "Hell Fighters" One Complete Show "Private Duty Nurse" 'Bullet for Sandoval" Last complete show Sunday "Todd Killings" ''The Reivers" One Complete Show HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: Pro Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Philadelph Flyers and the Maple Leafs [aee-off in Toronto. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 9 p.m.. Ch. 7. A vivacious blonde cramps the style of a playboy. Filmed on the French Riviera. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 9 p.m., Ch. 13. The B.C. wilderness provides the setting for Ihis story of survival with an unusual battle of the sexes. MOVIE DRAMA: "Bullerfleld p.m., Ch. 7. Elizabeth Taylor won an Oscar lor her portrayal of an amoral beauty and her ill-fated affairs. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A adaptation of the William Inge play about a small town during the Labor Day weekend. SUNDAY INTERVIEW: Meet The Press, 11 a.m., Ch. 9. An inter- view with Kurt Waldheim, the new Secretary General of the UN. SPORT: Pro HocVey, i.m., Ch. i. Highlights of last year's Stanley Cup series between the Canadians and the Black Hawks. SPORT: Pro Hockey, 1! noon, Ch. 9. This NHL series opens its sixth season with the Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Black Hawks in Chicago. SCIENCE: Suzuki, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Canadian geneticist David Suzuki is the host of this series on science and humanity. MOVIE DRAMA: "Anne of Green p.m., Ch. 7. A 1934 favorite about an orphan accepted into a household but problems soon develop. SPORT: Pro Golf, p.m., Ch. 9. The pros tee off for the 1972 season with the Glen Campbell Los Angeles Open. SPECIAL: A Matter of Fat, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. The battle to lose weight and a look at the various problems of weight control. Narrator is Lome Greene. MOVIE SUSPENSE: "In Broad p.m., Ch. 13. Richard Boone stairs as a menacing blind actor out to kill his wife for being unfaithful. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The adven tures of a young shepherd and his flock caught in a raging blizzard with the scenic Colorado Rockies as a backdrop. COMEDY: Sonny and Chw, p.m., Ch. 11. Tony Curtis and Dinah Shore are guests with a spoof of "Cannon." CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squid, p.m, Ch. 13. Singer Vikki Carr in her dramatic acting debut and Leslie Nielsen as her finance. HISTORICAL DRAMA; Eliiibcth R, I p.m., Ch. 7. "Sweet England's Pride" is the conclusion of this series and as Queen Bess approaches death she is in the throes of war and an absurd romance. DOCUMENTARY: The Early Years, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A repeat of this segment of The Human Journey series which deals with the learning ability of children. For her safety and HARDLITE Lenses Only hall the weight en her pretty little note. Shatterproof for maximum protection. warranty eye injury. Protective lentet ire Law in tome countries advisable everywhere! Available In all Specializing in the fitting of Eyt Doctor's prescriptions Pmcription Sunglami Chlldnn'i Frnmn Megnifitn RtaionabU Pricii OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. There's o World of Excitement for You as the CALGARY STAMPEDE QUEEN during the 1972 Diamond Jubilee Year What ll meant to Stampede Queen: You will be in the newspaper, on television and radio, and make personal appearances on behalf of the Calgary Stampede throughout the 60th An- niversary Diamond Jubilee Year. You will meet hundreds of fascinaling people celebrities, civic officials, and dignitaries. The Queen will receive a Scholarship, and each princesi plus complete western out- fits from the Calgary Stampede, and mar.y other valuable gifts. Applicants 19-23 ytan of aoa art judged on Equestrian Ability, Ptittnallly, Polx, Public Spiohlng, Apptoianci, ETImlnatloni to 10 wml-finalisti-wtek- of Fibrimry 19-Ji. Equtitrlan lllmlnotloni to chooio 5 flnalllll March 11. Final Triali far 1 finolliti during "RODEO ROYAL" March 32-2] In the Stampido Corral. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 5 I P.M. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10 NO SPONSORS REQUIRED For further Information contact CALOARY STAMPEDE QUEEN CONIEST, BOX 1060, CALOART, Alborto, or Toliphont 261-1960 INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Ninety minutes wilh James Garner taped in Hollywood. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Stay Away 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Elvis Frcslcy as a Navajo rodeo champ in trouble with girls and the government. MOVIE COMEDY: "Go To 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A comic farce about a trio of crooks who commandeer a fire engine for their getaway. Trimbles ami are listed by the radio Any vacation in program shedule changes by The stations and is nol or Trimbles Tire Supply. 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