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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta f _ THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Thunday, January 10, No detail was too small for wartime committee OTTAWA (CP) No detail was too small for the Cana- dian cabinet war committee to handle during the Second World War. On April 9, 1941, the com- miUee approved dispatch of one army officer and 60 other ranks to accompany a ship- ment of mules from the U.S. (o Britain. Britain paid, of course. 'Other items from cabinet minutes made public today, more than 30 years later: The secret fund of the HCMP was used to pay to National Publishers Ltd. of Winnipeg to increase circula- tion. The firm publislied papers in German and Ukrainian and was looked on by the cabinet committee as a useful propa- ganda tool. Export permits were ap- proved April 23, 1941, for pulp and wheat shipments to Japan, which entered the war Dec. 7, 3941. No public an- nouncement was made and the war committee decided it would withdraw the permits immediately if word about them got out and caused "dis- turbances" in British Colum- bia. FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THE MINERS 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND GUESTS SONG WHITER DEAD Ross Bagdagarian whose record "The Chipmunk Song" sold four million co- pies In 1958, died at his Bev- erly Hills home. He wrole the song, and was the voice of "Alvin" the chipmounk. Forecast hike in labor force GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) An increase of M per cent In the labor force in the next four years in this northern city was forecast today. The Grande Prairie Co-ordin- ating Authority, a body which reviews labor market, said in a survey that more than new jobs will be created by the end of 1975. Between 700 and BOO new jobs will be provided by the Proc- ter and Gamble cellulose pulp mill, slated to open in July, 1973. The surge will mean an esti- mated 40-per-cent increase in the city's payroll to about million. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 19" RCA COLOR 19" Accucolor Portdbli Inltant On Automatic Fine Tuning Automatic Tint Automatic Chroma Control MANY MORE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM AT CLEARANCE PRICE! ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 MODEL CTC 411 Opin Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m. Exiled FLQ kidnappers train sights on Quebec MONTREAL (CP) The ex- iled kidnappers of British diplo- mat James Cross have asked Cuban authorities for permis- sion to go to Algeria as a first step toward a clandestine return to Quebec, lawyer Pierre Clou- tier said Tuesday. Mr. Cloutier, 27, returned to Montreal last week after spend- ing 10 days in Havana with five persons flown to Cuba Dec. 4, 1970, in exchange for Uw saf" release of Mr. Cross. The ter- rorist Front de Liberation du Quebec claimed responsibility for the kidnapping Oct. 5, 1970, of Mr. Cross, now living in Lon- don. Mr. Cloutier said he stayed at the DenuvUlc Hotel where the kidnappers have lived for the last 13 months. The exiles in- clude Jacques Lanctot, 26, his wife Suzanne, 22, and two Lanc- tot children; Jacques Cossette- Trudel, 25, and his wife Louise- Marie, 24, sister of Lanctot; Marc Carbonneau, 38, and Yves Langlois, 24. The exiles are in "good spir- lils, well fed and in good I the lawyer said, but I they want to leave Cuba. "Their goal is to return to Quebec to continue to militate here." He did not say what, if any- thing, Cuban officials have re- plied to the exiles' request to go to Algeria. Mr. Cloutier said Lanctot and Langlois have been working as volunteers m a hospital con- struction project in Havana. The others have been cutting sugar cane. Prepares landslide maps OTTAWA (CP) As long ago as 1863, the Geological Survey of Canada warned of the danger of landslides in Quebec's Sa- guenay River area. One hundred and eight years later, in 1971, a landslide killed 31 persons at St. Jean Vianney in just that area. "Nobody listened to says Dr. N. R. Gadd of the Survey, "mainly because there was lit- tle population in such areas until recent years." Dr. Gadd, a geologist, is di- recting a study, in which the Quebec natural resources de- partment is participating, aimed at preparation of maps showing where landslides may occur and, beyond that, building codes which would help prevent another St. Jean Vianney disas- ter. The maps would be mainly for the use of developers and real estate firms to avoid possi- ble landslide areas in future. "Canada's main landslide gion covers a vast section of Quebec and Ontario which, years ago, was the Cham- plain Sea, a huge Atlantic Ocean inlet. As this salt-water sea receded from what now are the St. Law- rence, Ottawa, Saguenay and lesser valleys, clay bottomlands were left behind. It is in this old marine clay Canadian play flops on Broadway NEW YORK (CP) There's One in Every Marriage, pro- duced by the Stratford National Theatre of Canada, has closed at the Theatre. The show, which opened here Jan. 3, received insufficient public support to continue its Broadway run. There's One in Every Mar- riage, which bad a five week run at Stratford's Avon. Theatre last summer, is based on one of Georges Feydeau's turn-of- the-century farces. It was di- rected by Jean Gascon and its performers Included Peter Do- nat, Richard Rurnock, Jack Creley, Roberta Maxwell, Pa- tricia Gage, Tudi Wiggins, Mar- ilyn Gardner, Tony Van Bridge and Joseph Maher. It was brought to Broadway by producer David Merrick. r r f LABOR! CLUB j CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment 1 IN THE CLUBROOMS J FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 "ACES HIGH" 1 Members and Invited Guests that slides occur. This clay Is found as far west as the Peta- wawa sand plain 120 miles west of Ottawa, as far north as Low, Que., 33 miles north of Ottawa, in parts of Ottawa itself, in Montreal and Trois-Rivieres and both St. Lawrence banks in between .vd up the Saguenay Valley to Lac St. Jean. Dr. Gadd said Wednesday In an interview the Survey has al- ways advised against buildinj on or near the steep clay banks of rivers which have cut into the old bottomland of the Cham- plain Sea. It has recommended that veg- etation be preserved on the brnks to reduce chances of ero- sion. Dr. Gadd suggested that such areas be used only as parklands with all construction banned. He said his study, which began in August, may take several years to produce a map detailing pos- sible landslide areas. Ballet dancers call it quits WINNIPEG (CP) Chris tine Hennessy and Winlnron Corey, principal dancers with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, have resigned from the Winnipeg company and hope to join a New York troupe which does not tour as extensively. Both dancers joined UK com- pany in 1966 and were marriet here in 1970. They are expect- ing a child within a few weeks. A statement from the ballet company says, "a settled home for the child is not easily pos- sible if both parents were to be away for months at a time." The couple plans to leave Winnipeg two or three weeks after the baby's birth. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet this week began a three-month tour of Australia. DROP AGE LIMIT REGINA (CP) City round: has decided that 15-year-olds should be allowed in billiard parlors. The age limit now is 16. enerson s 7th annual January exhibition pavilion 5 p.m. -10 p.m. Acres of New 72's mi 71s and USED CARS and TRUCKS Indoors at 72 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY SCIENCE FICTION; "The p.m., Ch. 7. A fantastic scheme to protect an endangered space pro- gram. COMEDY: Me and Ite Chimp, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Chim- panzee fcteptomsnk is getting dentist Mike Beynolds into trouble. CRIME DRAMA: Longstreet, p.m., Ch. 13. A raging storm sets the scene lor this murder mystery played ill a bin stop. CRIME DRAMA: Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. An old [ishentan is murdered and he may have been Involved in smuggling to evade payment of import duties. ..COMEDY: Dean Martin snow, p.m., Ch. 11. Jona- than Winters, Frank Sinatra, Jr., and comic Norm Crosby are the special guests. MOVIE DRAMA: I p.m., Ch. 7. Julie Christie and George C. Scolt are featured in this sophisticated story of extra-marital love in San Francisco. DOCUMENTAIIY: Here Come, the 70s, p.m., Ch. 11 The developments in the communications field and the panding role of electronic media are examined. DOCTOR DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A doctors' drama about shifting a bullet fragment lodged in a man's brain with space-age technology. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Evan- gelist Billy Graham, actor singer Noel Harrison and Chi- cago Bears players are special guests. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Mark of the 1 p.m., Ch. 7. In 1825 a Mexican tries to thwart a plbt to take Cali- fornia away from Mexico. MOVIE COMEDY: "I'd Rather Be 1 p.m., Ch. 13. An amusing tale about an heiress who's forced to supply a fake fiance on a visit to her "dying" grandfather. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are listed by ihe radio and television jlatiorn. Any variation in jchedu-le ii due tr iinute change! by the stations and is not the r bility of the Herald or Anglo Distribulori Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Leo Dow Hour of Infcrmillon John Oliver Beryl Clerk THURSDAY NICHT FRIDAY Beryl clerk Jim Shearer Barry Heglend Sports Jack Newlela MS Checllne CJOC if THURSOAr NIOKT Doug Anderson Warn! Bjrrr A-rvi WnrM at t Show Probe 1310 OK, FRIDAY News, Wlnr, Sport Rob Ingrem Elliot Newi ird ttnln Request Action CBC News prlcei John Wilker J-.K News, wmr. Sport Lint Phone Bill Show Rob Ingrim CHEC FM if Newi Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MAM TMkll CAT Sports Don MecMeiter n u 1 Concert! (Bop Don Hedm.n Don McMlIter l.m. Slgn-Off Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run World at Six As It Happens Muslcscope News, Wthr, Sports El wood Glovei From the Capitals FRIDAY Flva Nights Week Eye Opener Prairie chamber World at Eight Music Eye Opener News World Bt 9 Winnipeg Orchestra This Counlry News, Wtnr, Sporti Radio Noon Take It From Hen MBX Ferguson world at Six SONY Lifetime Eng.nttrtd te Lait Model TC 124CS Portable Slereo CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER The luxuriOui sound of Btereo is truly youn with this latest port- able stereo caisella recorder from SONY. And with these special Only found in SONY: AC or botrery operated, pop-up ejector button, push-but- ton controls, built-in speaker for monaural playback, speaker bal- ance switch, automatic recording volume control, tone control. Complete with 2 SONY full range speakers, lea- ther case for carrying off component! plui specie) leather case for recorder itself, and accesories. Also equipped with SONY F99S dynamic mirophone and batteries. 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