Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday July 24, 1972 THE lETHIRIDCI HERALD ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: That Certain Feeling, p.m., Ch.. 13. Bright yarn about an artist who tries to win back his wife while ghosting for a famous cartoonist. Bob Hope, Eva Marie Saint, George Sanders. 1950, 90 mln. VARIETY SPECIAL: Michel LcGrand, p.m., Ch. 13. Lena Home. Jack Jones and the Mike Curb Congregation cut, loose with well-known songs by the French composer. DOCUMENTARY: Of All People, Ch. 7. Poet AI Purdy recalls his travels through Europe, Japan, Cuba and the Arctic, as well as his lean years riding the rails across Canada. INTERVIEW: Distinguished Canadians, p.m., Ch. 7. The Most Rev. Georges Henri Levesque recalls his in- volvement in the foinding of Laval University. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrlan, p.m., Ch. 13. E. G. Marshall discusses his TV roles and their influence on his life. VARIETY-INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., CIi. 13. Visits by Joan Bacz, Arle Johnson, Judy Cane and Don Everley. TUESDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: Passport to China, p.m.. Ch. 7. An ex-pilot undertakes to rescue a Formosan flier and his passenger, a secret agent, who are missing in China. Richard Basehart. English, 1961, 1961, 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Mamljo, p.m., Ch. 13. A shopgirl becomes a ballet star. Silvana Mongano. Italian-American, 1954, 90 min. A UP! ATO Radio TV HnbLU O Listings Program! i-re listed by the radio and teloviiion itationt. Any variation in program is dut to laif- mlnute changes by the stations ond li not the respon- sibilify of the Herald or Anglo Diitributori Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegland MONDAY NIGHT World at six John Walker Request Line John Charles Doug Anderson Show Jack Newield TUESDAY Bury! 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A spokesman said he bad a prolonged kidney and bronchial condition. He was 89. Spassky well' despite gossip REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) Aides of American Bobby Fischer claimed here that Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union is on the verge of a nerv- ous breakdown because of a blunder in the fifth game but this seemed to be news to the Soviet world chess champion and his friends. Although Spassky does appear to be the underdog, having taken half a point to Fischer's in the last three games, he appeared quite calm. Asked about Thursday's de- feat, he told a reporter his slip- up had been "quite normal." The Russian went out with his raquet and his second, Ivo Nei, for a game of tennis. They laughed with a group of boys kicking a football near the ten- nis court. The Americans had passed the word that Spassky had fled his hotel, panic-stricken, for an out-of-town penthouse. Nikolai Krogius, a psychology professor and Spassky's second, said the champion is "quite well, here in his Hotel Saga with me." Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR TAVERN Leniency suggest for hashish offenders VICTORIA (CP) The fed- eral government apparently has suggested "a much more lenient attitude" by the courts toward first offenders in cases ot pos- session o! marijuana and hash- ish. Cecil Branson, a senior law- yer among those who prosecute narcotics cases in Victoria for the federal justice department, confirmed that in Victoria provincial court that the depart- ment has sent instructions to such lawyers on the matter. The instructions are that first offenders in cases of marijuana and hashish possession receive conditional new type of sentence which became law through changes in the Criminal Code July 15. While Mr. Branson and other lawyers said they had no idea if similar instructions had been sent to narcotics prosecutors across Canada, legal sources said there would be no reason Victoria should have been sin- gled out. The new Ottawa policy came to light in the case of Raymond John Derksen, 27, who pleaded guilty before Judge William Os- tler to a charge of possession o[ a narcotic. Prosecutor Robert Johnston said a small amount of hashish was found early last Sunday when police checked Derksen. Mr. Johnston then told Uie court instructions had been sent by the justice department that a conditional discharge might be the appropriate treatment for [irst Cannabis offences. Judge Ostler asked if this was B new policy and Mr. Johnston replied: "All we have arc the instructions." Mr. Branson then rose to say that ''certainly the position we billion mark approached for scientific activities By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The total cost of federal scientific activities in Canada will approach the magic billion mark for 1972-73 as a result of the largest jump in federal expenditures on scien- tific activities experienced in 10 years, statistics prepared by the federal science ministry indi- cate. In-house scientific activities ol government continue to domi- nate and to grow aL a faster rate in 1972-73 than expenditures In science in the industrial and university sectors, the statistics obtained here reveal. For 1972-73, federal expendi- tures of scientific activities reached an estimated mil- lion, compared to some 5750 million the previous year and million in 1963-64. The in-house portion of the ex- penditures rose from IT385 mil- lion in 1971-72 to close to million this fiscal year. Expenditures in industry in- creased less rapidly from million to million. The smallest increase was ex- perienced in the university sec- tor, with a growth from approx- imately million to mil- lion. Federal costs of scientific ac- tivities include so-called indirect costs as well as actual expendi- tures and are therefore always higher than the expenditures. While indirect costs are not in- cluded in the latest statistics, last year the additional in-direct costs amounted to about some million, for a total cost in 1971-72 of some million. Expenditures on research and development, the largest part of federal scientific activities, ac- Mao assassination plot uncovered by The Guardian LONDON (AP) The Guard- ian says that Marshal Lin Piao, once Chairman Mao Tse-tung's heir apparent, plotted to assas- sinate Mao in Singapore. The newspaper, in a dispatch from correspondent Cheng Huan in Yenan, attributes the report to official documents circulating on the Chinese mainland. The article also says Chinese Communist party members are confirming that Lin dierl last December in a plane hot down over Mongolia. These accounts say Lin circu- lated a paper called "the 571 document" which suggested Mao give up his power as chair- man of the party and take on a Bonnie Le Clair writes 60 songs TORONTO (CP) At 16 Bonnie Le Clair already knows where she is going and has made considerable head- way in getting there. She has written 60 songs and is quite calm about her manager investing to bring her from her home on' Prince Edward Island to To- ronto and Detroit to record four of them. "My friends are more ex- cited about it than I the Charlottetown native said Fri- day. "I just sit Bonnie is the third of four sisters. Her father is a Char- lottetown bartender. Bonnie says: "I guess I got my musical background from my father. He's the musical one. He plays harmonica." Bonnie's instrument is the guitar, which she has been playing since she was 12. She wrote her first song at the same age and achieved her first recognition at 13 when she won a high school talent contest. LIKES THE MODERN .Although she comes from the heartland of Canadian country and western and the home of Stompin' Tom Con- nSrs, cowboy music is not her favorite. Bonnie's music is closer to the mainstream of modern Canadian folk and she says she has been influenced by Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Bruce Cockburn. Being only 16 creates some problems. Her manager, Jock Mc- Andrews said: ''A couple of record companies were inter- ested in signing her but got cold feet because she's so young and still in school. But onilTlirnn QIDrDTO oOulntHII IlLDrHm MOVIES VOL! tIKf CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SHOOT OUT" Tn Technicolor. Starring Gregory Peck. Pat Qttinn and Robert F. Lyons. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 2-1. 25 and M. Monday show al p.m. Adult Nol, Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "PLAY MISTY FOR MB" In Tcdmicolor. Starring Clint Eastwood' mid Jessica Walter. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 24, 2o and 26. Monday .show at p.m. Restriclcd Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "THE HIRED HAND" In color. Starring Peter Fonda nnd Warren Dales. Monday and Tuesday. July 24 and 25. Monday shows nt nnd p.m. Roslriclcd Adull. we're going ahead anyway with four songs." The tapes will be profession- ally produced and should be good enough to form part of the album that Bonnie's man- ager hopes will result from his investment. Bonnie is in Grade 11 and Intends to finish Grade 12. After that, she says, her car- eer will be singing and writ- ing songs. Skylab projects accepted TORONTO (CP) Two re- search projects suggested by Canadian scientists have been accepted for the Skylab manned earth-orbiting space station which is scheduled to be launched next year. The proposals were made by Dr. Keith Thomson of the Can- ada Centre for Inland Waters and R. A. Stewart of the depart- ment of energy, mines and re- sources. Both projects involve collecting data about the Great Lakes. Mr. Stewart said the Canadi- ans were fortunate to have their proposals accepted by the U.S. Vational Aeronautics and Space Administration because there were a great many requests and Skylab only has limited amount of time for "earth-sensing." As- tronomical, biological and medi- cal studies have top priority with the three-man crew of the spncc station. powerless, figurehead role. Senior revolutionary commit- tees, The Guardian report says, now have received a secret reply to Lin's 571 document which accuses Lin of plotting to assassinate Mao in Shanghai. The reply implicates Lin's son as being an accomplice and says only Uie loose tongue of Lin's daughter saved Mao's life. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Summer of Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Every Little Crook and Nanny" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Cheyenne Social Club" "Le Mans" One Complete Show celeralel slightly more than in the previous few years. R and D spending actually in- creased from about million to million by 1972-73. In-house B and D expendi- tures grew faster than R and D expenditures in industry and in universities. The federal departments ol environment, agriculture, com- munications and energy, mines and resources showed the larg- est increases respectively in terms of both expenditures on scientific data collection, amounting to million com- pared to ?75 million the pre- vious fiscal year- Expenditures on scholarship programs remained at the amc level as the previous year. The science spending statis- tics are expected to be pub- lished officially by the science minister later his summer. are going to take is a much more lenient altitude." He said this would mean a suggestion of a conditional dis- charge or even an absolute ont with no penalty at all. Judge Ostler said he cnrisiderj the Ottawa instructions a "new attitude." "It is a new approach. 1' would like to consider ha said. Derksen was remanded to Monday for sentence. 57 murders NEW YORK (AP) There were 57 murders committed In New York City in the seven-day period that ended recently. Chief Medical Examiner Dr. J.tiltor, Kclpcrn said here it was an all-time record. There were 810 murders for the six months ended June 30. For the same seven days last year the figure was 23. The police department blamed the hot weather, chance and the fact that relief cheques were distributed so that crimi- nals knew there was money to be had. DIETRICH DENTURE CtlNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Iclhbr'dae STARTS TOMORROW FIRST SHOW AT P.M. DANIELLE OUIMLT GUiGODIK MICHEL MIE diretlBiJ by DENIS HEHQLJX i Valrt m SECOND FEATURE AN AU1FD ARTISTS NW "f Production In life there's a SUMMER OF'42 I A Kmnrr Id lure ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT Tonight thru Wed. At and p.m. FAMILY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING at end p.m. STEVE MCQUEEN A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION RKNAVlSOJ'Cfltor by DELUXE. NWIONW. GENERAL RCTURES RELEASE "Cheyenne Social Club" James Sleworl ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and TUES. Gates open cil 9 p.m. One Complete Show ot p.m. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE July July July July July July July 31 FRITZ HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR Swim 1 i Swim 1 5 HOUR SWIM 1 p.m. B Swim i 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. i p m. 9 Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 Swim 12-i Swim 1 5 Swim 1 5 p.m. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 p.m. Swim a.m. to 9 p.m. NOTE: Registration! to fill vacancies In (hi mmmtr twimming instruction programs will be taken or iwimming pooli during liiltd houri. For further information contact ilia Community Sorvicei Department officei nt 328. 2341, Local 236.