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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Wednesday, January SO, 1�7I   * ( OF BEDROOM SUITES FEATURING A COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF DISCONTINUED AND FLOOR SAMPLE STOCK. CHOOSE FROM MODERN AND TRADITIONAL STYLES - SHOP EARLY - QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED. CHOOSE YOUR NEEDS FROM THESE SUITES. Defends 'white9 policy SINGAPORE (Reuter) -Prime Minister John Gorton answered criticism of the "white Australia" immigration policy with a firm declaration that he has no intention of abandoning it. Gorton, in off-the-cuff remarks at a dinner last night, said Australia's immigration policy is aimed at providing the world with a truly multi-racial society and "I don't propose to apologize for it." He added, however, that it will take time before the ideal of a society completely free of racial discrimination^ reached. The prime minister said there aie other countries where racial discrimination "may be more pronounced than my own." He listed Britain, the United States and "various races to our north" without elaborating. PRIME MINISTER GORTON . . No retreat Old-style press baron quits �i K >, � K* -t 1 _ 102" Reg. 80.00. RED TAG SALE  NIGHT TABLE. Reg. 49.00. RED TAG SALE  4-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. Reg. 89.00. RED TAG SALE ,  S-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. Reg. 99.00 RED TAG SALE . GROUP 2 - This 149.00 49.00 39.00 29.00 65.00 37.00 69.00 79.00 ....j suite walnut veneer, finish* ed in smooth satin finish. Modern design.  9-DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER. 4 *}Q f|f| Reg. 179.00. RED TAG SALE____ I 09.UU  S-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. QQ A A Reg. 116.00. RED TAG SALE____ 03.UU  PANEL BEDS. 54", 48" and 39" �1- A ft sizes. Reg. 75.00. RED TAG SALE . . OSl.UU  HEADBOARD 80". �A Aft Reg. 79.00. RED TAG SALE...... 99.UU  NIGHT TABLE. Aft Reg. 55.00. RED TAG SALE......09.UU GROUP 3 - Spanish design. Oak Veneer.  54"-60" HEADBOARD. 4 A ft A Reg. 69.00. RED TAG SALE......IS.UU  DOUBLE DRESSER. * CO. ft ft Reg. 198.00. RED TAG SALE____ I 99.UU  TRIPLE DRESSER. 1 OA ftft Reg. 235.00. RED TAG SALE____ I 05J.UU �  DOOR CHIFFONIER. 4 M ftft I Reg. 169.00. RED TAG SALE____ I OSJ.UU I4  5-DRAWER CHIFFONIER. Aft ftft ! I Reg. 129.00. RED TAG SALE...... %W.UU | LONDON (CP) - Lord Roth-ermere, the last of Fleet Street's old-style press barons, has stepped down from the chairmanship o f Associated Newspapers end Harmsworth Publications. An announcement in Ms Daily Mail today said the 72-year-old peer has been succeeded by his son and heir, Vere Harmsworth, 45. Lord Rotliermere becomes president of Associated Newspapers and director of finance for that division. The group owns two national morning newspapers in London plus the mass-circulation Evening News here and 10 pa pers outside London. It also has such diverse investments as transport, wharfage, a share in North Sea oil exploration and a stake in the Canadian paper-making firm of Price Brothers. It formerly was direct owner of a newsprint plant at Grand Falls, Nfld., Lord Rothermere was chancellor of Memorial University in St. John's, Nfld., from 1952 to 1961. Rocket-firing gunships used a"6 SAIGON (AP) - Official sources revealed a bit more today about the American air war in Indochina, reporting that the United States is using rocket-firing helicopter gunships in Laos in direct support of Laotian ground troops fighting North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao forces. The sources said army, air force and marine helicopter gunships have been supporting the Laotian troops for some time, and are attacking Communist troops and supplies along the Ho Chi Minn trail through southeastern Laos. The Cambodian command backed off from its claim Monday that its troops had captured Pich Nil Pass, on Route 4, 60 miles southwest of Phnom Penh, and said government troops were conducting sweeping operations around Pich Nil. !TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY MOVIE: A Big Hand for the Little Lady, 6 p.m., Ch. Tl A 1969 comedy about a homesteader, his wife and a big annual poker game. Stars Henry Fonda and Joanne Woodward. MOVIE: Becket, 6 p.nv, Ch. 13: Study of the personal and political relationship between King Henry II of England and his unexpectedly reformed chancellor, Thomas a Becket. Stars Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton. DEBUT: Smith Family, 7:3d p.m., Ch. 11: Henry Fonda returns to TV in a series about a policeman and his family. Tonight: his arrest of a teen-age marijuana user leads to a family crisis. With regular Janet Blair. DRAMA: Somerset Maugham, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Hate and revenge figure heavily in a story about a German soldier and the French girl who is pregnant with his child. DRAMA: Name of the Game, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 13: A veteran reporter and a mm investigate the death of the nun's sister who drowned soon after threatening to expose a district attorney. With guest stars Peter Falk and Geral-dine Page. SPECIAL: The Fire of Love, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: The Bolshoi Ballet of Moscow and the Belgian Ballet du XXE Siecle contrast romantic and primitive love in performances of the overture to Romeo and Juliet and Stravinsky's Tin Rite of Spring. COMEDY: Music Hall, 9 p.m., Ch. 9: David Frye, Rich Little and Will Jordan are among seven impressionists who "Kopycat" TV shows. DOCUMENTARY: Man at the Center 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Poetry, historical Journals and paintings recount the beauty of Canadian wilderness areas. MOVIE: Only Two Can Play, 11:45 p.m., Ch. Ti Peter Sellers can improve his job situation - if be gives in to the amorous intentions of a prominent board member's wife. With Mai Zetterling. THURSDAY INTERVIEW: Myrna Loy, 8 a.m., Ch. 11: Dinah Shore talks with the once top movie star about her career and interest in the United Nations. Plane hijacker faces death MOSCOW (AP) - A criminal court in Vilnus, capital of Soviet Lithuanian, has sentenced a man to death and his wife to three years in a labor camp for trying to hijack a plane to Sweden, reliable informants reported today. The sources said the sentence was passed on Vitautas Simc-kaitis, 34, and his pregnant wife, Grazhina Mitskute, 21, last Thursday after a 10-day trial. The couple had tried to hijack a Soviet airliner across the Baltic Sea from Vilnus to Sweden Nov. 9, the sources said, but the navigator of the plane subdued them while the plane was in flight. The informants said the captain of the airliner was a friend of the couple and allowed them Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS fMULTILUXi OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. aboard without a ticket. He is being charged as an accomplice in the case, they said, and his trial is pending. Post Office move queried by Harkness OTTAWA (CP) - Douglas Harkness (PC-Calgary Centre) asked in the commons what post office facilities are being moved from Calgary to Edmonton and why. Jean-Pierre Cote, minister responsible for the post office, said he didn't know what Mr. Harkness meant, but he would look into it. TRADE BOOMING LONDON (Reuter) - Trade between South Africa and Britain is booming and now totals nearly �600 million ($1,500 million) a year, Trade and Industry Secretary John Davies told Parliament Monday. SHORTHORN FRENCH FRIES COKE ONLY Thursday - Friday - Saturday Phone 328-5405 For Pick-up Orders ' m- by Mm *t*ri*M dkM* of It* HsraM a* iMftray TeWtiel**. WEDNESDAY NIOHT 6:50 4:05 Dinner Showcase- 7:30 BUI Brown 8:00 7:00 Back to the Bible 9:00 7:30 Voice of China 7:45 Musical Interlude 12:00 8:00 World Tomorrow 8:30-2:00 a.m. Simulcast 1:00 CHEC-FAA THURSDAY j;" 3:30 Breakfast with Ron Rosvold chec * Farm Show News Fifteen Minute* fo News, Wthr., Sports The Hour Ma|or News MON. THRU THUM. FeUrgusoWn,h Ge�r9B News 15 minutes fo the Total information . R.F\D. (c) I 6:00 News 8 6:30 Men from Shlloh 9: 8:00 Hawaii Flve-0 9 9:00 Kraft Music Hall 10: 10:00 News 10: 10:30 Tonight Show THURSDAY 10 6:15 Our World 11 6:45 Salute Agriculture 00 Today Show (c) 11 00 Today In Montanal2: 30 Concentration (c) 12 00 Family Alfalr (c) 1 30 Hollywood Squares 1 00 Jeopardy (c) 2 30 Who, What, Where 2 Game 4 55 News 4 ;00 Another World - 5 Somerset (c) 5 30 As the World Turns 00 Days of Our Lives 30 The Doctors (c) :00 Another World (c) :30 Edge of Night (c) 00 Comer Pyle (c) 30 Mike Douglas (c) :00 Hillbillies (c) :30 Cronkile News :00 NBC Nightly News :30 Family Affair KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5:30 News 6:00 Mary Tyler Moor* 6:30 Eddie's Father 7:00 Room 222 (c) 7:30 Smith Family (c) 8:00 Johnny Cash 9:00 Hee Haw (c) 10:00 News 10:30 Young Lawyer* 11:30 Dick Cavett THURSDAY 6:30 News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Dinah Shore ;c) 8:30 Jack LaLanne (c) 9:00 Sale ol Century c 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10:00 Woman's World 10:30 World Apart (c) 11:00 All My Children 11:30 Let's Make a Deal 12:00 Newlywed Gam* 12:30 News (c) 1:00 Secret Storm (c) 1:30 One Lllo to Live 2:00 Words and Music 2:30 Love is a Many Splendored Tiling 3:00 Dark Shadows 3:30 General Hospital 4:00 That Girl 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Dating Gam* 5:30 News (c) ;