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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 18, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Seaway Could Operate Year-Aroimd WASHINGTON (AP) Year-round operation of the St. Lawrence seaway is technically possible but of dubious eco- nomic merit, the United Slates Army Corps of Engineers has reported after a five-year study. A draft report of the corps' findings calls for tentative steps toward extending the navigation season slightly, and recom- mends a further study over five years. Representative Joseph P. Vi- gorito, a Republican whose Pennsylvania district includes the port of Erie, disclosed the report's findings said he would support the corps suggestion. The seaway, run- ning from the Gulf of St. Law- rence to Duluth, Minn., normal- ly closes because of ice from mid-December until early April. Shipping interests have asked that the season be extended to 12 months, if possible, to assure smooth schedules for overseas IN CAIGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCE! 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV ond ICQ Dial Phones in all unifs 0 Minules from Shopping Stampede Grounds 0 Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACIEOD TRAIL customers. Business interests around the Great Lakes also favor an extension. "Winter navigation on tire Great Lakes and St. Lawrence seaway is considered to be tech- Polution-Free Auto Engine Experts Named WASHINGTON (AP) A committee of experts was named Thursday to advise on U.S. government efforts to de- velop a new, pollution-free auto- mobile engine. Russell E. Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality, announced the advisory committee at a news conference and introduced its chairman, Ernest S. Starkman, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of California. The aim, Train explained, is to develop at least two new types of auto engine by 1975 whose exhausts will meet U.S. federal standards that may be required by 1980. Train said the most promising alternative now appears to be the gas turbine engine, the steam engine and a hybird com- bination of a fuel-burning engine plus electricity from batteries. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridgs ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In color. Starring Rock Hudson and Ernest Borgnine. Saturday, July 18. Saturday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MAROONED" In color. Starring Gregory Peck and Richard Crenna. Saturday, July 18. Saturday shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE DIRTY DOZEN" In color. Starring Lee Marvin, .Trini Lopez, Robert Ryan, Jim Brown and John Cassa- vetes. Saturday, July 18. Saturday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "RASCAL" and "HANG YOUR HAT ON THE WIND" Walt Disney productions. Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19. Saturday and Sunday shows at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In color. Starring Rock Hud- son and Ernest Borgnine. Saturday, July 18. Family. 2 shows and p.m. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "HOT MILLIONS" In color. Starring Peter Ustinov and Maggie Smith. Also selected short features. Saturday, July 18. Saturday show starts at dusk. Family. Sunday Midnight Preview "THE GREEN SLIME" In color. Sunday a.m. Adult. Get more out of lifo Talca the family to a movie the nically possible; however, economic feasibility of such an operation remains to be firmly the report said. It said existing year-around car ferry operations had proven the worth of open-water ice- breaking capability even in such difficult winter areas as the Straits of Mackinac and across Green Bay. Also, cold-weather operation of navigational locks can be provided by proven methods, the report said, even though disposal of channel ice would continue to be a problem. "However, none of the meth- ods yet developed appear to offer a practical and economical solution to the primary problem of winter navigation on the Great Lakes: 'that of coping with the tremendous quantities of wind-driven pack ice that can shift in a matter of hours to block navigation lanes with ex- tensive fields several feet thick and windrows up to 30 feet deep that cannot be breached except by the heaviest icebreakers or the report said. W92d koiokiycbylzc 12-PER-CENT WAGE HIKE OTTAWA (CP) A 12-per- cent salary increase for 1970 was approved here by Ottawa's 540 policemen in a five-to-one vote to accept an offer made two weeks ago by the police commission. The incre a s e would bring a first class consta- ble's salary up to from the 1969 level of Tefdayi.'Showtimes PARAMOUNT Last Complete PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "The Short One Complete COLLEGE-MALL CINEMA Short Last Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Paint Your "Discover One Complete THE FABULOUS "TONY WHITE TRIO" WILL BE APPEARING NIGHTLY AT THE YORK HOTEL DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS July 20fh-25th AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERFORMANCES Keep Mom Out of the Kitchen Join Us Every Sunday For SUNDAY BRUNCH Fami'y SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Choice of juke Hot cakes. Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Junior Under 12 Adults 1.35 Served in The Dining Room or Coffea Shop 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prims Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Curried Dishes, Jellied Salads, Rel- ishes and many other taste treats to delight your palate. 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 Disappointment! Mayor Magrath Drive S. Phone 327-5701 GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Schedule of EXHIBITION WEEK ACTIVITIES JULY 20 and and Tuesday will be open days and normal hours will prevail a.m. until 12 midnite. Corns and do your "THING" Play the piano, sing, have fun. JULY 22 WEDNESDAY-Daneing in Vimy lounge until 1 a.m. Music by Vince Dietrich trio JULY 23 THURSDAY-Dancing in Vimy lounge until 1 a.m. Music by Ballairet JULY 24th FRIDAY-Singalong ond dancing in the Beaver Room until p.m. Music by Helen and Tony JULY 25th SATURDAY-Dancing in the Beaver Room until p.m. Music by Mrs, Moore Trio Saturday Dancing In Vimy lounge until T a.m. Music by Helen and Tony Our dining room hours are as follows: Monday, Tuesday and Friday: p.m. p.m. p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: a.m. TV-Radio Column New Supersleuth In TV Series HOLLYWOOD (AP) -Wh; after so many years in the moy ies has Yvette Mimteux decidec to become a supersleuth in a TV series? Miss Mimicux said it was no because the movie offers hac stopped, as has been tlie casi with some stars. "Many scripts were coming in and they were godawful and the nudity is she said "They try to justify people run ning around naked. "T h e y 'r e practically stag movies and I resent it. So good films .are being made tha I thought this would be a good way to reach the public." In ABC's Most Deadly Game she will play a college-trainet criminologist named Vanessa with George Maharis and Ralph Bellamy. Each week the trio solves a bizarre murder. Migrant, a NBC documentary shown Thursday night, exposed the other side of affluent Amer- ica and it was neither a pleas- ant nor an encouraging view. As Chet Huntley pointed out, condi- tions have improved little since the late Edward R. MurrOw's Harvest of Shame was shown on CBS 10 years ago. The camera was adept at cap- turing the defeated attitude of migrants, who are America's lowest-paid and least-protected workers. One 15-year-old boy, already at'work in the fields, said he would not return to school for "nothing" because his classmates made him fee' like a "bum." He said, trying to hold back the tears: "I guess I am a bum. I don't have the things other people have." This documentary was filmec in Florida, although it was noted that similar instances o) poor housing and low wages exist in other stales. Hucli-Delayed Ails Centre Set To Open REGINA (CP) The Sask- atchewan Centre of the Arts Kegina's much-delayed centen- nial project, will be in business Wednesday, Aug. 19 with two performances by comedian Bil Cosby. Michael Wood, executive di- rector of the centre, told news conference today the cen- tre will be opened officially Aug. 24 by Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener. The centre, started by the city, was taken over by the province when the city ran into financial troubles. Strikes by plumbers and electricians de- layed a scheduled May 4 open- ing. In the first few months of op- eration, scheduled performers are to include the Stan Kenton orchestra, Wayne Newton, the African Ballet, Oscar Peterson and Dr. Benjamin Spocfc. Humphrey Returns ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Conner vice-president Hubert H. Humphrey re-entered pol- .tics exuberantly today as he filed for the U.S. Senate at the secretary of state's office here. GUERRILLAS KILL 15 LISBON. (Reuters) A guer- rilla force of more than 300 men nfiltrated across the border nto Portuguese Guinea from Senegal and killed 15 persons in a surprise raid, the Portuguese armed forces said Thursday. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Collini Lynn Tennant Mike Tinordi- Hcnry Welbrock Migrant is likely to make peo- ple angry, some because such conditions exist and others for exposing them. Produced by Martin Carr; it ranks as the most significant television docu- mentary of the year and is a fit- ting valedictory for the retiring diet Huntley. Steal Wigs TORONTO (CP) Thieve, escaped with about worth of wigs Friday hi the sec ond large wig theft here withi a week. The first was estimate at THE START The first countrywide agrlcu! turai radio program in th United States was broadcas from Chicago in 1928. PHILIPS COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO TV 302 13th SI. N. MINUS ONE FAMILY PICNIC DINASAUR PARK (NEAR BROOKS) SUNDAY, JULY 19th MEET AT CIVIC CENTRE LEAVING THERE AT A.M. SHARP CAPITOL RECORDING ARTIST JERRY WARREN IS APPEARING NIGHTLY AT THE MINERS LIBRARY NEXT WEEK July 20 to July 25 EXHIBITION WEEK Plan Not To Miss Him! BRING YOUR FAMILY COME ALONG TO A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT at HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, JULY 19th to p.m. FEATURING "THE ALBERTA RANCH BOYS" Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IRISH ROO6RS "in concert" "THE EXHIBITION PAVILION THURS. AUG. 13th P.M. Tickets on sale at Leister's Music Ltd. Paramount Theatre Blda. PRE-WHOOP-UP DAYS SQUARE DANCE Sponsored by the Leihbridge Community Summer Program and tho Whirlaway Square Dance Club WHEN: WHERE: SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1970 Jo p.m. WOOLCO PARKING LOT SOUTHEAST PORTION Join In With The Trail Riders And Swing Your Partner! NOW SHOWING HURRY! ONLY 4 MORE DAYS TO SEE THIS TERRIFIC SHOW L NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NOW A MOTION PICTURE! ADULT EVENING ONLY AT and p.m. A Picture You'll Talk About Showing Today Thru Thursday Nothing has been toft out of Adventurers" RESTRICTED ADULT PLEASE NOTE This Special Attraction will bo shown Matinee Daily Evening 8 p.m. show only at Times indicated. COLLEGE MAIL 328-6300 SHOWING TODAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS ONLY and p.m. Pretend Christine.., that it's always the first time. It will make it a lot easier to look in the mirror. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES Presents the JACQUELINE BISSET JOSEPH GOTTEN [JIM BROWN.M Tommy MITOu] RESTRICTED ADULT I SPECIAL SELECTED SHORTS Coming Next--Walt Disney's 'BOATNIKS' PHONt 71100 DIXIE. IN RE EN A CR ES D KI V I I N MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY SPECIAL FAIR WEEK ATTRACTION MON. THRU WED. Tnss was the tisaf LOCKED Die odds aie against the noose you bet violence against a payoll in millions! ADULT I SECOND FEATURE j ADULT A MELTING POT OF LOSERS! ;