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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Last Big Parade For Canadians SOEST, Germany Canada's mechanized bri- gade group assigned to NATO staged its last big parade in Ihe rain. nostalgia-tinged event was watched by Defence Minis- ter Leo Cadieux, who got wet in the process, although not as wet as the participants. The parade took place at a site near Paderborn, 50 miles east of tills Westphalian town where Uie brigade is on training exercises. The ceremony marked the of- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lethbridgt ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. Iflcial end of the force, which has sewed with NATO in one form or another for 19 years. Its place is being taken by a man battle group, in manpower about half the size of the bri- gade group. The battle group, though or- ganized here, will move about 400 miles southward in October -away from NATO's front line join a three-squadron air group and form a combined Ca- nadian force stationed at Lam- am! Baden-Soellingen. The parade included a static display of Centurion tanks, ar- mored personnel carriers and 109-millimetre howitzers o n tracked carriers, ranged around a field with several hundred men in battle dress formed up in front. Mr. Cadieux, accompanied by Gen. James Gardner, Hegina, THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION MANAGEMENT MOTIVATION SEMINAR JULY 22 23, 1970 This business seminar is arranged for managers and others who have a responsibility for establishing and taining a high level of motivation in their -organization. The lecturers, Dr. C. A. Lee and Mr. J. W. Ondrack of The University of Alberta, will supplement their lectures with a seven-film series illustrating current research and theory. Fee: including materials. Registration deadline: July 15, 1970 For a detailed program please contact the Department of Extension, The University of Alberta, Edmonton 7, or telephone 439-2021. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN" In color. Starring An- thony Quinn. Saturday, July 4th. One show only at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" In Techni- color. Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Sat- urday, July 4th. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "HANG 'EM In color. Starring Clint Eastwood and Eli Wallach. Saturday and Sunday, July 4th and 5th. Show time each night p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THOSE WERE THE HAPPY TIMES" In color. Star- ring Julie Andrews and Richard Crenna. Saturday, July 4th. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE REIVERS" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th. Saturday shows at and p.m. suitable for children. Get mare out of Ufa Take the family to a movie LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos........ Game No. T and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Undlr 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also played in the club room for members and their invited guesti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities nspectcd tlic men nnd equip- nent from a swaying personnel carrier. Later, the defence minister vatched from a canopied view- ng stand as about 100 other lieces of the same type of equipment rolled past, in a fur- her demonstration of the ar- norcd wallop packed by Can- ada's small but highly-rated ground force. Mr. Cadieux described the ;overnment's decision last year o disband the brigade group and replace it with a smaller 'ormation as "one that had to )e made." The time had come, ic said, for Canada to take a good look at its military com- milment to NATO. He cited two rope's increased ability to take care of its own defence, and "pressures" hi Canada that made necessary a general re- duction of the armed forces, in- cluding those in Europe. Gen. Gardner, in a i'iirewel! address to his men, told them they had served "with pride and the highest degree of profession- alism." He also acknowledged the help, and "above all the profes- sional comradeship" which the Canadians had received from other NATO forces stationed in Germany. 24-Year-Old Singer Signed To Exclusive Contract TORONTO (CP) Anne Mur- ray, a 24-year-old singer from Vpringhill, N.S., has been signed ;o an exclusive two-year radio and television contract with the CBC, it was announced here. Thorn Benson, CBC director of entertainment programs, said in an interview that the contract also includes an option for a third year. "The CBC has not signed that kind of option before" rath a performer, Mr. Benson said. Miss Murray has been seen on the network's television series Singalong Jubilee for 1'our sea- sons and starting in the fall "she'll be I mean starring, not just a member of [he that show, Mr. Benson said. WILL GET SPECIAL In addition, "we'll be building at least one special around her and she'll be guest star on the Tommy Hunter Show and, hopefully, within the next 12 months we'll find a starring vehicle for her on her own." Miss Murray, who singes con- temporary folk and country music, will still make two con- tracted appearances on the Nashville North country-rock series being introduced this fall on the rival CTV television net- work. And her contract with the CBC "is only exclusive in Can- ada." She will be able to per- form on television and radio in other counties "so long as her commitments to the CBC don't Mr. Benson said. Miss Murray taught school for one year in Prince Edward Is- land before turning to a singing career. She recently had two al- bums released by a Canadian recording company. NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 Divorce Better Tlian Unhappy Marriage MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Dele- gates to the biennial convention of the Lutheran Church in America have adopted a policy statement saying that 'divorce may be preferable to unhappy marriage. In closing their eight-day meeting here, they also con doned birth control and abor tton, and urged that homosex uals be treated justly and wit] understanding. The statement on sex, famil; and marriage put the church oi record, however, against sexua intercourse before marriage or adultery by married couples. The statement was the prod uct of five years of study by the church's board of social minis try. During their sessions the 69 delegates, representing Lutherans, approved changes ip church law to maks women eli gible for the ministry. Dr. Hobert J. MarShlal o New York, elected to a four year term as president, told news conference the p o 1 i c statement was intended for be: ter guidance of pastors an church members. Floating Mine Sinks Boat SAIGON (AP) A passenger riyer boat struck a floating mine just south of tfae demilitar ized zone today and blew up killing 46 of the 50 Vietnames civilians a govermnen spokesman announced. The mining occurred on branch of the Cua Viet River less than a mile from Dong Ha the boat's destination about nine miles south of the DMZ. UNITED CABS Gerald Collins Lynn Tennanf Mike Henry Welbmek Southern Alberta Auto Racers In Conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. 817 4th Ave. S. PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY A W DRIVE-INS "HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY AND CHUBBY CHICKEN" 3 LOCATIONS: Shopper's World end at 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive Mayor Magrath Drive STOCK CAR RACING SAAR SUNDAY, JULY 5th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK Time Trials at p.m. Racing at p.m. 14.RACES "C" CLASS, "B" CLASS MODIFIED, AND V8 SPORTSMAN Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Airport" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Tess of Storm Country" Shorts Last Complete Show "Paint Your Wagon" Shorts Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Shorts Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Popi" "Bridge at One Complete Show PERRY PACKS 'EM IN Perry Como shyly takes a bow on the stage of the International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., where he's making his first nightclub appearance since he sang at- the Copacabnna in New York in 1944. The over-30 set is packing the house for Como's 000 a week ______ Quebec Lottery Aid Treasury QUEBEC (CP) Maurice Custeau, president of the corno- ration set up to run the provin- cial lottery, said today that has contributed since its inception in February to the provincial xeasury. "We think we will be able to give the provincial treasury be- tween and this said Mr. Custeau. He added that the three lotter- ies being run by his department -the monthly Loto- Quebee, the weekly Mlni-Loto and the quarterl bee successful and that public inter est in the lotteries is high. PHILIPS COLOR TV I trifle RADIO TV JAIIY 9 302 13th St. N. IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCEI 9 45 Modern and Deluxo Uniis Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones In all units 0 Minutes from Downtown- Shopping Stampedo Groundi Moderate Rafei Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. REGULAR DANCE Saturday, July 4th 8.30 p.m. Music by "SUNSET 4" HALL IS AIR CONDITIONED. MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS BRING YOUR FAMILY COME ALONG TO A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, JULY 5th to p.m. FEATURING POINT OF INTEREST and WE TWO Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF IETHBRIDGE Keep Mom Out of the Kitchen Join Us Every Sunday For SUNDAY BRUNCH Sundfly SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Choice of Juice Hot cakes, Hani, Sausages or Bocon fnd beverage. Junior Under 12 Adulli 1.35 Served in The Dining Room or Coffee Shop 4 p.m. 19 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Cur- ried Dishes, Jellied Salads, Relishes, and many other taste treats to delight your palate all prepared under the personal direction of Mr. Hal Hart, our internation- ally known food manager. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAILY LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. DAILY FEATURING: Prime Rib Smorgasbord ONLY Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointmentl Mayor Magrath Drive S, Phone 327-3701 ___Saturday, July 4, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 PARK CONTRACT LET WINS MEDAL OTTAWA (CP) Couniston onstruclion Co. Lid. ol Ke- mia, B.C., has been awarded n contract for improyc- cnts to snow-sheds in Glacier ational Park, B.C., Public orks Minister Arthur Laing nnounced today. It was the west of five tenders. VANCOUVER (CP) Wil- liam Rodney, professor'of his- tory at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, has been named winner of the University of British Columbia medal for popular biography for his book Kootenai Brown. GATES OPEN P.M.-SHOW STARTS P.M. PHONE 71100 nDIVF.IN KEEN UNCTION OF-MAYflU'MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY LAST TIME TONIGHT "POP I" In Color with In Color GEORGE SEGAl 1 AlAN ARKIN ADULT Not Suitable for Children "THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN" I STARTS MONDAY Don't mix with'SAM .WHISKEY SECOND FEATURE 1 CHARLTON BESTOW JESSICA WALTER IN CfMhtete United Artists CLINT p, EASTWOOD sj .i.ik deadliest man alive...lakes on a ilia whole army wilh two guns 'and a lyi lislM ol dynamite! I TODAY I Thru THURS. MONDAY 2 SHOWS ot nnd p.m. ADULT CLINT EASTWOOD SHIRUEYMACIMNE FOR pa, CHILDREN JJ 'TWO MULES FOR CONDITIONED SISTER SARA COOL AUNIVERSALPICTURE-TECHNICOLOR'-PANAVISIcW NOW SHOWING Monday p.m. Evenins and p.m. HOVEL OF THE YEAR-HOW A MOTION PICTURE! A ROSS HOWES ADULT AIRPORT MARTIN JEAHSEBEH6 JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES VAN HEFLIN MAUREEN STAPLETON BARRY NELSON LLOYD NOLAN ciNoma NOW SHOWING 2 SHOWS AND P.M. COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED LEE MARVIN CUNT EASTWOOD JEANSEKRG tone maul plif Nliuat JUHttOt ADULT No) Suitable for Children ;