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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 18, 1970 Grants Sought t For Education HALIFAX (CP) The Cana- dian Teachers' Federation has called upon the federal govern- ment to issue grants for educa- tion to all provincial govern- ments. A resolution passed this week by about 200 delegates attending the federation's 50th general meeting here said the grants should "be distributed by means of an equalization formula which recognizes the financial resources and educational needs of each province." The resolution was proposed Offers To Sell Himself Into Slavery JOHANNESBURG (Reu- ters) from lone- liness after the breakup of a marriage, 21-year-old Johan Markgraaff is offering to sell himself into slavery lot life. "If I can find someone who will take me I will work for that person all my life and all I'll want in re- turn is food and says the unhappy Mark- graaff, a former fireman. "If the person wants to give me money I'll take it." His marriage lasted only three months. by the Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation. Norman M. Goble 'of Ottawa, CTF secretary general, said Ca- nadian schools are "suffering" because the burden of financing education falls heaviest on mu- nicipal and provincial govern- ments. The schools "are lagging in every type of he said. There was also a "desperate need" for an improved pupil- teacher ratio, guidance counsel- ling and facilities for handi- capped children. Mr. Goble said the "most alarming and distressing" situa- tion is the need for renovation of inner-city schools. Money is not being applied to schools in heavily-populated urban areas, he said, and "education is mak- ing the rich richer and the poor poorer." Another resolution urged the Canadian Radio-Television Com- mission to review daytime pro- gramming scheduling "with a view toward including more ed- ucational content in offerings di- rected t4 school and pre-school age children." Canadian college students should be allowed income tax deducations for tuition and other fees, said a resolution pro- posed by the Alberta Teachers' Association. The deductions should be permitted for students attending universities or equiva- lent institutions of higher learn- ing "without restrictions as to location of the institution or dur- ation of the course." GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, July 18th p.m. CLUB HALL 9th Ave. and 6fh St. N. Music by "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Game No. 1 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 Under 16 Not Allowed Binge wil! also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities HIGHLIGHTS 1 SATURDAY COMEDY: Laurel and Hardy, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: This 1925 film original "Should Sailors sends Ollie to the rescue of a sailor who has bcon tricked inlo marrying a divorcee. MOVIE: Comedy, p.m., Ch. 7: "Marriage on the Rocks" is a 1905 situation comedy. After 19 years of mar- riage Dan jind Valerie Edwards (Frank Sinatra and Deb- orah are on the brink of divorce. To save their union they head for Mexico and a second honeymoon. Dean Martin, Cesar Romero and Nancy Sinatra are also in the cast. DRAMA: Movie, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Rosalind Russell stars in "Rosie" a 1968 comedy-drama.' An eccentric widowed millionairess hangs on to her money while relatives connive to have her declared incompetent. VARIETY: Once More With Felix, p.m., Ch. 7: Julie Felix hosts this half-hour variety series on return telecasts. Tonight's guests are folksinger-actor Josh White and the rocking Bee Gees. DRAMA: Movie, p.m., Ch. 7: "The Man Who Never a 1956 film about British Naval Intelligence who plant a corpse carrying false information in the waters off Spain. DRAMA: Movie, 12 midnight, Ch. 13: "Strangers When We Meet" is a 1960 film featuring Kirk Douglas and Kim Novak and tells about a successful married architect who is engaged in an affair with a married neighbor. SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: International Zone, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: This is a report on Thailand's public health program which focuses on Nanda Chai Asa "The Midwife of Kudpeng" who is the only medically-trained person in the village. WRESTLING: "Kaleidosport, p.m., Ch. 7: This sport special covers highlights of the 17th World Amateur Wrestling championships held July 4-11 at the University of Alberta, Edmonton. SPORT: Commonwealth Games, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: High- lights in color of Saturday's events in track and field, swimming and diving, weight-lifting and badminton. CHALLENGING SEA: 5 p.m., Ch. 13: Search and res- cue by the U.S. Coast Guard shows the rescue of fisher- men swept overboard in heavy surf near the mouth of the Columbia River. VARIETY: DCS O'Connor Show, G p.m., Ch. 13: Des welcomes Arte Johnson, George Kirby, singers Clodagh Rogers of England and Raphael of Spain. VARIETY: Music Machine, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Mike Ken- nedy of the Machinery is spotlighted in tonight's show with Bob Francis as host and Moe Koffman orchestra. COMEDY TONIGHT: p.m., Ch. 13: Guests sched- uled to appear include Shelley Berman, Alan King, Rob- ert Merrill, Ed McMahon and Johnny Puleo and the Har- monica Rascals. DOCUMENTARY: Expo 70-Japan, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Con- trasts between the old and tte new Japan which have been brought about by the country's rapid "rise from feudalism to industrialization, Tom Gould narrates. REPORT: Summer Weekend, p.m., Ch. 7.; Own- ers of a boa constrictor and a cheetah are interviewed by Norman DePoe. COMEDY: Movie, "Up The p.m., Ch. 7: The British Admiralty has had enough of a naval lieuten- ant who keeps setting off his experimental rocket at inoppor- tune moments. Stars Peter Sellers. MONDAY ADVENTURE: Movie, "Queen of the p.m., Ch. 7: A youBg sculptor asks the Paraoh's son' to permit him to marry the daughter of the Great Priest. CHILDREN: Smart Alec, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Making its debut is Smart Alec, a nutty character dressed in a black jacket, oversized work pants, enormous tie and white shoes who lives in a dilapidated basement which is really a sewer. Dogs Suffering From LSD Being Treated At Clinics (AIRLINES .COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN !f you are between the ages of 17 and 34, and have completed grade twelve, (ar I will let us help you prepare for an exciting new career with the commercial airlines. Train for Passenger I Agent, Commumcationist, Op- 1 erations Agent, Hostess, Sta- .tion Agent, Ticket Agent, etc. Preliminary instruction need I not interfere with present (occupation. Get full informa- tion today. No obligation. I Fill out coupon and mail this ad to: I Dept. AB-050, Mr. H. L. Warren, AIRLINES TRAINING DIVISION, Atlantic School, 2261 Como Lake Avenue, Coquitlam, New Westminster, B.C. Name Add Address City 1 Province............... ...................I one.................. Education 'V AUG.22-SEPT.7 Come celebrate PNE's 60th birthday. PNE 70 is 184 glittering acres filled with fun for everyone. See top-flight entertainers and the electronic show, Dancing Waters daily at the Coliseum. Free! Join the fun-lovers atPIayland and ride the new Sky Glider. See the spectacular Horse Shows and Livestock-Events. Visit the glamorous exhibits at Woman and Her World. Watch'the exciting feats of skill at the Festival of Forestry.There's daily Horsa Racing at PNE's luxury track. See the USAF NASA space exhibits, Vete- scope and so much more. You can win big prizes, too, totalling over A car-a-day. Or a fully-furnished dream home. PNE 70 swings for 17'days in- cluding Sundays. So bring the kid .in you and kids with you. You'll ail love it. The is for the hi in Everybod PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION., VANCOUVER TORONTO (CP) Dogs suffering from bad LSD trips are turning up in Toronto ani- mal clinics, and the city may already have its first canine speed freak. A Toronto veterinarian who asked that his name be with- held for ethical reasons, said in an interview yesterday he sees about six dogs a month on bad trips and the number is slowly rising. The most serious case he's seen and the only one sus- pected of involving amphe- tamines, or speed, was a Ger- man shepherd. "He was down, really the veterinarian said. "I've seen dying animals re- spond to their environment more than this one did." After consultation with the Queen Street Mental Health Centre, the clinic adminis- tered massive doses of vitam- ins and the dog responded well. LSD is the most common drug administered. Veteri- narians say the dogs get it ac- cidentally or purposely, as a joke. The dogs are given strong tranquillizers and gen- erally the effects wear offfin 24 hours. Alberlan Dies In Toronto TORONTO (CP) Larry Hance, 22, Edmonotn, died in St. Michael's Hospital of in-, juries suffered in a motorcycle accident July 3. His motorcycle collided with a car on a city street. A passenger on the motor- cycle, Bonnie Vegh, 21, also of Edmonton, is reported in satis- factory condition at the same hospital. In LONG LEAVE the early 19th century some men were shanghaied to work on whaling ships and it was sometimes three years be- fore they returned home. LOYAL ORDER MOOSE LODGE LETHBRIDGE SOCIAL and DANCE July 18th 3 p.m. MOOSE HOME 1234 3rd Ave. N. FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS The Letbbridge Eliminations TRAP SHOOTING for the Southern Alberta Summer Games Will be held at the LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB WEST OF THE AIRPORT Wednesday, July 22 6.30 p.m. S2.50 INCLUDES TARGETS A.T.A. RULES Registration that evening at 6 p.m. For further information call 378-8021 Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge 2 CAR AWARD TICKETS 1970 CAMERO 1970 MUSTANG I Cars will be on display at College Mall until Ex- hibition Week, and then en display each day at the fair grounds. t Tickets available now at College Mall I Cars will be drawn for Saturday, July 25 Proceeds to minor sports and Kinsmen Youth Charities Nightly Entertainment at the LETHBRIDGE A.N.A.F. CLUB Corner 6th St. and 5th Ave. S. Dance And Be Entertained Every Night During Week July 20th-25th Monday HELEN TONY Tuesday GERRY AND THE TRAVELLERS Wednesday MOON GLOWS Thursday SWING KINGS Friday BRIDGE BRASS Saturday BRIDGE BRASS AND REX BAKER CLUB HOURS: Mon. through Sat., July 20 to 25 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. DINING ROOM HOURS: Mon. through Sat., July 20th to 25th Luncheon: a.m. to 2 p.m. Supper: 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Members And Their Guests Welcome! rs by rcdie and tclavijion itoiiotll. variation in program idicdulM to clwigM'by ilalioni end d nol ipontibilily Tht Htrald Bulway TcU CJOC if News on )he Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sports NGWS Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson Aclion Set All N let hi 5now SUNDAY Rob Ingratrt News Church Broadcast News Paul Tlvldar Holiday Something Say Capital Report CBC showcase Funny You Should Say That Soncjs of Faith Dunij3 wi rairri Christian Science Hour of Decision Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Sunday Magazine Evangel Hour Rob Ingram Sunday Supplement CHEC MONDAY Jim Elliot Show News 6-.A5 Phone Bit! Show Wayne Barry Show Galloping Gourmet Gardening Bulletin Board Probe 1220 News, Sports Jack Thys Snow Bulletin Board Probe 1220 Road Report News, Sports, Wthr. Cattle prices Showtime Jean Pauley Comments Caravan News, Sports, Wthr News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Back to the Call of the Land Dinner Showcase God Hour Back to The Bible World Tomorrow World Tomorrow Music for Music for Lata Late Niters Niters News fifteen minutes News fifteen minutes to the hour. to the hour. SUNDAY SATURDAY noon The Other p.m. Chuck Holiday Side a.m. Shawn p.m. Chuck News fifteen minutes Kelley Holiday to the hour. SUNDAY p.m. Tha Monday thru Friday Sign On Other Side a.m. Tom Mitchell Over the Rainbow MONDAY a.m. CHEC FM News, Sports, Wfhr Ron Stone Sport Report Morning Melodies Farm Show a.m. John David Luncheon 'Ugte' News, Sports, Wthr. Horn News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Bruce Thompson See It News Stock Market Three Hills Bible Report Mennonlte Inst. Woman's World Hour Jean Pauley Author Interviews Commenls Gospel Hour Way I Soe It Mormon Community Tabernacle Choir Bulletin Board CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine What's New Metronome' Pratley at 'Movies The Misunderstan- Ing Anthology Little Brother Saul Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice of ths Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday supplement Van Chamber Orchestra Capital Report World at Fight Your Bucks Alberta News Worth Commentary Celebrations Morning Concert Weekend Sound of Galloping Gourmet Sports Part 1 Gerrusi! Summer Nathan Cohen Switchboard News Sunday and Friends Consumeri National News Matinee Weekend Sound Cdn. Short'Stories Coneybeare and Casting about with Company John Fisher Continental Radio Noon Rhapsody Four and Forty Beethoven 1970 Entre Nous Jazz, the Vintage Matinee Years Personality Don Sims Show Afternoon Concert Actuality MONDAY 4-QQ BBC News Eye Qoener Weather It's BESTWAY For BEST BUYS TODAY TOMORROW and ,ALL WAYS Vacuum Cleaners......... 55.95 I Blenders 19.85 ft Electric Can Openers-----.. 12.95 Electric Brooms 39.95 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nighfsl CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny (c) Enterprlsa In Action Laurel and Hardy Happy Feeling Hiimillles Movie: Marlage on the Rocks Once More With Felix News 7 Movie: Man Who Never was SUNDAY Pinnochlo and 01 Faith for Today (c) Tales of thi Riverbank Wolper Special Butler's Beat Dayi of Whiskey MONDAY Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) international Zone Little People Kaleidosport Cc) 1 Commonwealth Games (c) Friendly Giant {c) Chez Helens ____ Meet Mullett Musjc to See (c) Double Exposuri Reach for the News World of Disney (c) Luncheon Dots Music Machine Part 1- My World and Cartoon Party Luncheon Data Parr 2 Movie: Queen of the Nile Take Thirty Edge cf Nlqhf (c) Galloping Gourmet Welcome to It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saga (c) Canada at War Weekend (c) News (c) Ttlcprobe 7 Movie: Up the Creek D'lberville (c) To Rome With Lovs SATURDAY NIGHT News Oil Report Western Star Theatre Jackie Gleason CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) CFCN (c) Court Martial Thought for Day University of Air Peyton Place Romper Room Today Uncle Bobby Movie: A Dangerous Age Magistrate's "Court People in Conflict (c> Doctor's n'ary (c) Smart Alec (c) Wynne's Pad Popeye KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT AAU Track and Today In Montana Field NFL Action Jam bo Tales Amateur Houi Roger Mudd This Week Sports Roundup Report Sixth Column Growing Things ________________ Call of the West Randall Hopkirk CFL: Another Movie: Rosie Look at '69 News World Tomorrow Stampede Go-Round Question Period News (c) Challenging Sea Movie: strangers Flying Nun Des O'Connor Dream of Jeannle Comedy Tonight Bewitched (c) Expo In the Orient (c) When We Meet SUNDAY Rex Humbard, Religion Oral Roberts Day of Discovery Uncle Bobby (c) Underdog Marcus Welby c CTV News (c) Green Acres Comedy Tonight Gunsmoke c Movie: The Spy With A Cold Nose News Name of the Garni Lassie Deputy SUNDAY Living Word Tom and Jerry 4 Revival Fires c Rex Humbard Kathryn Kuhlman Tabernacle Choir Insight Face the Nation Meet the Press Heckle and Pink Panther H. R. Pufnstuf McGee Report World or Disney Sale of the Century Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What, When Game News c Another World- Somerset c Bill Cosby Show As the World Bonanza c Our Lives c Mission: The Doctors c Hawaii Five-0 Dragnet TBA Bracken's World MONDAY Salute Agriculture Our World Today show c Another Bay City Edge of Night c Gomer Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy Griffith Cronkite News C Lucille Ball c Huntley-Brinkicy e KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 71) SATURDAY NIGHT TBA Nowlywed Gama Let's Make a Deal Issues and Dating Game Newiywed Game Sunday Matinee Secret Storm c The Bible Story One Life to Livfl Land of the Giants Dark Shadows Ed Sullivan Love is a Many Movie: TBA Splondored Thing F.B.I. General Hospital News Life wilh Linklelter Lawrence Welfc c Englebert Humperdlnck Petticoat Junction Then Came Bronson (c) Survivers News .._ Movie Teror on a MONDAY Train Benti News SUNDAY Capt. Kangaroo c Farm News If Takes Two c Dudley Do Right c Jack Lalanne Fantastic Voyage Spiderman c Bullwinkle c Discovery c This is the Ufa The Christopher) Movie: Watch the That Girl Rirdie Bewitched TV-5 News it Takes A Thief CATV Channel 3 G at Gourmet Whoop-Up Days Coverage Woman's World MONDAY Best of Everything nft A World Apari P- AH My Children Make a Deal c of Parade ;