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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 TUB UTrlBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 28, 1973 Candidate list names winners The list of successful candi- dates in recent examinations held in Lethbridge by Toron- to's Royal Conservatory of Music has been released. In the ARCT piano written category, Barbara Hoople re- ceived honors. Grade 5 theory: harmony and his- tory, pass Lesley Lavers. History, first class honors Linda Dickey; pass David Bergen. Grade 4 theory: counterpoint; pass Lesley Lavers, Sherry His. tory; pass Cheryl Russell, Joy Hoyano. Grade 3 theory: harmony; pass Kim Kasperson, Susan Webster, Dor- othy Landeryou, Judith Cummins, end Barbara Ward. Grade 2 Rudiments: first class hort ors Jeanette Gibbons, Bernadette Pahuije, Donna Gibbons, Dawn Mc- Caugherty, Carolyn Saunders, Rona- lee Bennett, Mark Johnson, Dick Step, hure, Alice Veluw Joseph Anderson, Ellen Russell Ralph Beyer, Carolyn Gray, Catherine Chhir- ka, Bruce Hansen, Barbara Jensen, Laurie Norby and Lennea Oseen Honors Cindy Jo- anne Juris, Corrine Bogusky, Rita Proehl Pass Isabel Becht- hold, Phyllis Kasperson Gayle Wheeler, Tracy Gcoler. 1 rudiments: first class hon- ors Linda Schultz, Anne Baines, Leslie McAAahen, Jacket Tatebe Noel Palson, Leanne Kesler, Lai Gore, Debbie Nilsson, Karen Veenland (equal) David Hall, Marilyn Sawada, Cecilia Malkas, Wendy Wilde Brenda Fnesen, Fawn McLaughlln Sandra Carnlne, Debbie EL rose Catherine Maclean, Sharon Smith Laureen Smith, Linda Enns, Brent Golby, Constance Kroker, Anne Cralggs. Honors Byron Glass, Elizabeth Llsowski, A n I k o On, Donna Wingfield Shelly Klovansky, Raymond Cooper, Lynn Ivison, Elaine Kroker, Frances Taf- ebe Sherry Black, Cindy Ka- mitomo Betty Clampitt, Caro- leanne Lastuka, Dwight Siemens, Es- ther stringham Pass Kathy Broadhead, Denlse Blumel, Kathy Court Shauna Swanson, Heath, er Fetfig, Joyce Melnyk Mar- ilyn Mcculloch, Norma Steed. Preliminary rudiments: first class honors __ Haldee Pauls, Leona Reim- er Rieda Esau, Nfalie Gehm Daren Tagg, Isabelle Mac- Lean, Blake Tomiyama, Mary Long, Glenda Sieberi Becky Cool- er, Catherine Murray, Loretta Slebert Cindy Dyck, Shawns Harper, Barry How, Kim NcNab Hon. ors Michele Tajiri, Kathy Bullock. Pass Beth Holt, Olenda Kostadino- vlch. STUNNING REBUKE FOR HEATH TORIES WANTED RELIABLE MUSICIAN (S) TO ACCOMPANY "THE HOLIDAIRES" LOIS DONWORTH HARRY MUNROE PHONE 328-3223 MORNINGS AND AFTER 5 P.M. HANDICRAFTS INCORPORATED Free Instructions in Handicrafts of all kinds Civic Skating Rink Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information Phone 327-2227 or 329-4660 MEX HOTEL 322 5th ST. S. IN CONCERT "PHIL LETHBRIDGE THE WEST WINDS" TO MIDNIGHT LONDON (AP) The middle-road Liberal party cap- tured two parliamentary seats Friday in byelections that gave a stunning rebuke to Prime Minister Edward Heath's Con- servative party. The Liberals won in former Conservative strongholds to gain House of Commons seats left vacant by death. Clement Freud, 49-year-old journalist, comedian, lecturer and caterer, won the Isle of Ely district 80 miles north of Lon- don. David Austick, 53-year-old bookseller, won Ripon in York- shire. The Labor party, the main opposition group, came in poor third in both contests. Standings in the 630-seat House of Commons following the Liberal victories: Con- servatives 326, Labor 286, Liber- als 10, independents 7 and the speaker, who does not vote. Austick said the Ripon result was the electorate's answer to "the twists and turns of the pol- iticians" of both major parties. But the losing Conservative hopeful, Dr. Keith Hampeon, who was personal campaign manager for Heath in the na- tional elections of 1970, blamed Britain's economic istuation. "I think we have to accept that the economic situation of the country is causing a great deal of anxiety amongst he said. Freud is a grandson of Sig- mund Freud, often called the father of psychoanalysis. The Labor party called the results disappointing but said they amounted to "massive pro- test votes against Mr. Heath and a very unpopular Con- servative Food airlift to continue OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Forces airlift of food into drought-ridden regions of Africa will be extended two weeks, it was announced here. The extensions of the three- plane operation to mid-August follows a request from the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, and the recommendation of Paul Gerin- Lajoie, president of the Cana- dian International Development Agency. The defence department said fresh flight and ground crews are being flown to Lagos, Ni- geria, to replace men Who have served the ferry operation since the beginning of July. Hot weather and long hours have added to crew fatigue, the department said. The airlift is the biggest the forces have ever mounted for the UN, By July 31, 4.3 million rounds of food will have been lown from the port city of Lagos to the interior. The government has also granted million in food aid. TV HIGHLIGHTS DISNEYLAND TOUR (Aug. 4, Oct. Nov. 3, 26) 14 days, transportation end accommodation Ponderosa Ranch, San Francisco, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Holly- wood and Las Vegas. Dec. 26 includes Pasadena Rose Bowl Parade. EASTERN CANADA AUTUMN LEAVES 1UXURY TOUR (Sept. 4) 24 days, transportation and accommodation Ottawa, Quebec City, Halifax, Moncton, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Windsor, Chicago Minneapolis-St. Pflul. WEST COAST AUTUMN LEAVES TOUR Sept. 28th. 10 days Transportation and Accommodation Banff, Jasper, Victoria. TOURS ESCORTED BY STEVE KOTCH REST ROOM AIR CONDITIONED Book Now Limited number of available. NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 lETfBRIDGf, ALTA. (SATURDAY ..SPORT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Tfoe Montreal Expos meet the Mets at New York's Shea Stadium. ..MOVIE DRAMA: The Group, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Superior Soap Opera: The 1966 film features the debuts of Candice Bergen, Joan Hackett, Joanna Pettet and Jessica Walter. .MOVIT COMEDY: A Countess From'Hong Kong, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Charles Chaplin wrote and directed this tale of a shipboard romance between a diplomat and a beautiful but penniless Russian stowaway. .MOVIE DRAMA: The Snorkel, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A teen-age girl suspects that her stepfather was responsible for her s death. ..MOVIE CREVIT DRAMA: Crime Club, 11 p.m., Ch. 9. ..Unsold pilot starring Lloyd Bridges as a private detective investigating the deatfo of an old friend. MOVIE ADVENTURE: Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die, 11.-30 p.m., Ch. 7. An industrialist plots to master the world by sterilizing mankind. MOVIE WTSTERN: Shane, midnight, Ch. 13. Power- ful story of conflict between homesteaders and cattle ranch- ers in early Wyoming. SUNDAY ..MOVIT COMEDY: The Gas House Kids In Hollywood, noon, Ch. 11. Carl Switzer and Bennie Bartlett. SPORTS: Canadian Open, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Final-round ac- tion; closing coverage of Canada's richest and most pres- tigious golf tournament. ..DRAMA: The Switch, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The dilemma of a man whose young son is kidnapped in Vietnam. ADVENTURT: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A pur- suit of Union spies 'who stole a Southern train climaxes the conclusion of "Andrews' a 1956 Civil War drama. MOVIE COMEDY: Three On A Couch, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Jerry Lewis gives psychiatry a headache. BIOGRAPHY: First Person Singular, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. From the Suez crisis in 1956 to the adoption of the Canadian flag in 1965. SPECIAL: Cities At War, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Hero City: Leningrad" chronicles 900 days and nights of terror when the Nazi siege wiped out a third of the city's 3 million citizens. MONDAY ..MOVIE COMEDY: The Pad (And How To Use p.m., Ch. 13. A shy youth gets his suave friend to show Mm how to load a girl. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Uthbridge Herald. Paternity leave new benefit WASHINGTON (AP) The labor department Friday be- came the first federal agency to grant paternity leave to male employees "so that the home and family are taken care of" after their wives give birth. The new restricted to up to 30 days' leave either without pay or charged to leave. This is included under a new two-year contract signed by Labor Secre- tary Peter Brennan and Local 12 of the American Federation of Government Employees. Some workers in the Washington area are covered under the contract, which also doubled to 180 days from 90 the maximum time women can take maternal leave. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327.7244 Lethbridge CHEC Morley McGll! and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mo'nlngs. SATURDAY Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler Music We Remember News Music Wa Remember News Sports SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Remember) _ Indian News Media Dave King News Paul Tessler Music to People Gospel Rremember Hour News Music We Bury) Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News News i News Remember Sports I____ Boo Hesketh News BacK to God Hour Paul Tessler Trading Post Leo Dow John Oliver MONDAY News CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whin, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Don MacLean; Farm and Rrancri Doug Card. SATURDAY NIGHT News MONDAY Soorts Sports, Wthr. News, Wthr, Sport News Snorts Scores 8-30, 9-30 BUI Show Show Case 5po IVM T Joan Waterfield Bruce Bowie Jim Elliott Barry Hegland Sunday Magazine J9cle SUNDAY News Probe 1220 News i-oo Bruce Bowie Show News, Wthr, Sport Canadian Concert I'" 5nw News and Grain Cross Countt Prices Checkup ,.05 jacrThys John Charles Show Stan Bailey Show Indian Halt Blackfoot Program Family News Christian Science Memories George Brown MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Concle) Rock On Entertainers Capital Report Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Con Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-) p.m. concerts. Overtures and Encores News :02 Stan Bailey 5-25 Sports Local News World at .Six Show (Bob Concle) (-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6- p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Ccncie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Jazz Canadians Showcase '73 The Demand Side News Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Time Signal Capital Report News The Warner's waxworks Music de Nous Quebec Now CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music Aiivt Just Jazz SUNDAY Sunday Morning News on Sunday Sunday Morning Story Warm Up Eye Opener World at 8 Calgary Eya Opener World at Nina This Country Summer Switch Board Rebound National Rockworks Time Signal Sound of Sports Radio Noon Regional StocKmarltet Orchestras Holiday CBC Vancouver Bob Kerr Chamber Orchestra BBC News GMmor-s Album Home Run The Bush and the News Salon World at Switch now to liquid feed supplement. Featured ALL THIS WEEK at the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE "URRY BRONSON" TO ENTERTAIN YOU ENJOY A NIGHT OUT COME TO COALOAtt! Protein market and weather conditions, ft makes ptement consider Proven method of feeding protein sup- National Liquid Supplement uses urea as Its primary source of other ingredients have notixperienced ta reeeS? mSrnhs creases as nave other protein sources "06 advantage. National Liquid Supple- rnc, feed in relation to the nutrients being SgcXS 9 improved feeding efficiencies and lower hand? GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 28th p.m. Musk by the "VARIETY MEN" MEMBRS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms TONIGHT SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUES" and Their Invited Guests" The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scufiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and'our circulation prac- to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook August 7th (Advertising Deadline August CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cableviiion Ch. 6) Open SATURDAY Expo Baseball anadton Open MInsteral Gallery Summer Games Preview Mission Impossible News News Monty Python Flying Clrucs Movie: The Miracle SUNDAY Gospel Hour Faitn for Today Crossroads Woiper Special Agriculture Today and Fill District 7 Reach for the Top Country Canada Canadian Golf Pay Day Andy Griffith Irish Rovers Disney Beachcombers Black Beauty Farm News City Today Ed Allen David Clayton Thomas Alton Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street and Let's Make Deal Klara's fcorner Helen Reddy Show Beverley Hillbillies Sunday at Nina Truth or First Person Singular Of All People News Galloping Gourmet 2-30 Jean waftrfleld Take 30 Edge of Night 4.00 Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares Get Smart Nations Business CJOC News These Our People Untouchables MONDAY Pinnochio CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY HiCKT On the Line News Rex Humoard Oil Report People's Church Window on the South N.F.8. VWteortetephoneforfree end other WorrnaSort Mr. Terry Bracken Nettonrt Liquid Supplement 3315 2nd Avenue North teflibrkJgn.Afljerta ...WJlTIOIfAL UQUID SUPPLEMENT ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avetme Sotjlh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. in 57 in 58 NOS. K no bingo celled offer mrmben will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. HO ONE UNDER TEAKS AUOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONIGHT SATURDAY, July 28 "Alberta Samh Kingo Bingo Roller Derby Bridget Loves Bemfe Police Surgeon The Protectors Movie: A Countess Question Period front Honng Kong Untamed World News Garner Ted News Armstrong Knew Your Sports Medical Centre Movie: Shane Tennis SUNDAY University of Air Air National Film Board Reverend Solbrcekken 10.00 Day or Discovery Oral Roberts Merv Griffin 4AONDAT Thought for Day University of Air Canada AM. Pentecost Presents Romper Room National Geo- graphic Special Mystery Movie Cities at war News News Oil Report Yoga Trouble with Tracy Uncle Bobby Super Market Pierre Berton Life Style Famiiy Affair Wtovie: Ttie Pad (and tow to Use I 2-00 Eye Bet Somerset Another World Anything You Can Do Buckshot Pentecost Presents Star Trek KRTV Great Folk Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY The Waltons Emergency Montana Committee for the Humanities Mone: The Group 10.00 News MovJe: Crime Club Retrospective SUNDAY 5-00 Lassie Archies World of Disney Pebbles and Adam 12 90tfi Bern 7? 90 O ufO-i ticfcc Lamp Unto My Mystery Movie Feet Niofht Gallery Day of Discovery MASH 9-00 Kethryn Kohlmsn Sixty Minutes 9.30 Face the Nation News 10.00 Consultation 10 30 Mwt the Press MONDAY 11.00 Camera Three Our World Danger Is My salute Agriculture Business ToSay Show Washmgton Today in Montane Debates of '70s Pyramid SparJj spectacular wizard of Odds Tennis Classic Hollywood SQuares Sports Challenge Jeopardy Sports llhstreted Who What, Where Game 1S.S5 News Baffled As The World News Doctors New Match Game Hollywood Talking Secret storm 2.30 W.Ik- Douglas 4 OB Joker's Wild 4 3D News KFBB.TV Gteot Folk Chormet 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIBHT 3.00 Animal World 5 30 Linie People t.OO Sonrry Cher 7-00 Partridge Family 7 30 Paul L'ynde S DO Burns and frthrieoer The Men 10-00 News Comedy Classics: Dan Juan Qurnigan F.B l. Jl -30 Issues Answers Movie: Gas House Canadian Horizons Gourmet S-00 Car ana 10-00 Younq and the 2 30 Movie: Mother SesUess Ware Tights 1C.30 Starch for 4 30 TV 5 News Special Tomorrow S.OOWlld Kingdom All my Children S-30TMS Is Your Ufe Let's Make a DcM Lawrence Welk NewiywM Geme Roller Games SUNDAY I 3D Farm News 7-og Ctoeup 7 30 TWt is the U S.OO Revival Fires t 39 Gospel Hour A WUh Cortwlty Shop il.-oo SWiwinWe Three Movie: a CoocJi 10 15 Boboy Goldsboro News 11 -to News MOMMY 4-.2S Farm Newt JO News MoceeteM 12.30 News en General Hospital Lift 2-OD Our Lives 2 30 Dmsh'S 3-00 Throe on a Matdk 3 30 Ds'lij. Gama Spilt Second 4-30 i.oo Password 5 JO ;