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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGB HERALD Saturday, July 39, 197] Film festival jmy selected MONTREAL (CP) A panel of six film specialists has been selected to preside over (he fourth Canadian Student Film Festival at Sir freorge Williams University this full. Named judges were Andre Guerin, president of Quebec's cinema supervisory board; Guy Joussemet, head of Radio-Can- ada's cinema department; Mar- cel Martin, French film critic and director of Ecran 72; Ger- ald PralJey, critic and director of the Ontario Film Theatre Tom Shandcl, Vancouver film maker, and Jean-Pierre Tadros film critic with Le Devoir. A total of JIO.OOO in prize money will be offered at the fcs tival, scheduled for Sept. 20-24 Best over-all entry will rcceivi the Norman McLaren Award. Deadline for submission o films Is Aug. 20. HIGHLIGHTS ENROL NOW Now Is the time to enrol in these career program! For Fall 1972. Don't a positive step toward a better future today! GRAPHIC ARTS ADMINISTRATION This program is aimed primarily at providing studenrt wrlh a general background knowledge of production techniques in printing and photography, with training in business" and administration. LIBRARY ARTS The aim of this program is 1o Irain students, to becoma competent sloff memben in libraries and assume dutiei on intermediate and senior non-professional levels. COMMERCIAL BAKING Sludenis in ihis program will be (aught the lafesl fech- niques in pastry and bread making, in addition 1o the hislory of llie art of baking; nutritional values; purchas- ing and handling of supplies, SHORT ORDER AND SPECIALTY COOKING Studenls are taught ihe preparaiion of a wide variety of foods, Ihe use of cooking equipment, and kitchen management, with a view to employment in restaur- ants, hotels, inslilutions and specialty houses. AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY The sludent of environment control will learn the theory and mechanics of maintaining desired air condition! wilh structures and industrial processes; grnduates may ba employed in design, construction, sales of service of air treatment systems. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY This program is designed to meet the needi of tho chemical and allied industries lor trained personnel in Ihe areas of produclion and process development. Em- phasis is on applicalion of basic sciences to the field of chemical engineering. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY The program is designed to train technologists 1o work with professional chemists in a wide range of industry and research. Challenging employment opportunitiei exist in many industries and government deportments. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY Students ore trained 1o use computers in solving prob- lems of icienlific and commercial applications. Gradu- ates con look forword to employment in dofo cenlTM doing routine programming, (oftwara maintenance and documentation. ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN This program is designed Io provide high calibre em- pfoyees for ihe production, maintenanco and installation phases of ihe electronics industry. Opportunities exist in utilities, communications, broadcasting and other fields. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY This program provfdes challrngfng training (n funda- mental and advanced electrical theory, techniques and procedures. The student builds from a solid foundation to more advanced work in all phases. Employment op- portunities exist in all aspects of lha electrical Industry. ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (DRAFTING) The aim of his program is to produce engineering 01- wilh a high degree of ikill and with a basic understanding of mechanical, structural, and topographi- tal drawing and design. Sludenii are trained for peti- tions fn drawing ana" designing offices. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES (ARCHITECTURAL) The objective of this program Is to prepare tludenti for employment in two areas related to the control of our immediate environment (i.e., architec- tural and building development. The architectural aspect deals wilh drafting, detailing and design. The building development aspect concentrates on the implementation phases of construction. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY This broad approach to engineering producei a versa- tile graduate, able to meet a wide variety of rejpon. tibililies. Emphasis is on working with people engaged In all types of engineering, and on applying engineer- Ing principles to devise thn best meani of approach- ing industrial tasks. Considerable machine-shop work ll Included in tho program. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Students of this program choose between Aeronautical and Mechanical options. Both aspects are designed to meet an increasing demand for mechanical technician! and mechanical draftsmen who will assist engineer. In many details of their work. BASIC PLANT OPERATIONS This program designed to prepare etudents to Province of Alberta 4th Class Steam Engineering Cer- tificate examinations. PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY This program aims 10 train the high school graduate to assist engineers ond geologists )n ihe field, Jaborarory and office. Supervisory positions may be obtained by graduates who posses leadership capabilities. POWER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY This program provides o high level, Junior mechanical engineering course of studies. Groduafei are granted on Alberta Third Class Certificate, thus qualifying them to accept posiiions as Power Engineers. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY The Engineering Technologist assists the engineer ond the scientist in ihe practical, applied aspecfs of their work: he works closely with the engineer to test, de- velop and put engineering designs into production. SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY This program has two objectives; fo equip the student with the skirls necessary Jo gain employment fn ine surveying industry, and to prepare him to write ths professional examinations of ihe Alberto land Surveyors' Association or the Dominion Land Surveyors' Association. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION This program leaches and basic managerial skills, enabling students to obtain positions ir. a wide variety of business concerns. Advancement Into mana- gerial positions is possible when personal suitability and capabilities arD demonstrated. SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS This 8-week program teachei the repair and mainten- cnce of small gasoline engines ai used In out boards, lawn mowers, motorcycles and snowmobiles. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ADMINISTRATION Classroom instruction, food and beverage preparation, lab sessions, and on-lhe-Job training are aspects of this program which trains people for administrative and executive employment in this Increasingly-important tervice Industry. DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY I30l-I6lh Awrnw SATURDAY SPOUTS SPECIAL: Olympiad, p.m. Ch. 7. A toiir of lliis year's Olj'mpic facilities in Munich, incluling a lour of llio hosl cily. mOVIR DRAMA: Synanon, p.m. Ch. 11. A seml- documenlary look at California's self-help ccnlre for drug addicts. Edmond O'Brien stars. 19C5, 2 lire. HISTORICAL DIIAMA: Elizabeth n, p.m., Ch. 7. "Sweet Englanl's concludes Ihis series starring Glenda Jackson. SPECIAL: Miss Universe Beauty Pageant, p.m., Ch. 9. Seventy-two beauties compete for the title in Puerto Rico. MOVIE DRAMA: The Incident. p.m., Ch. 13. A harrowing account of 1G people terrorized on a lengUiy sub- way ride by two drunken hoodlums. VAniETY-INTErtVIEVV: Tommy Banks, p.m., Cli. 7. The Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux and his assist- ant, both hooded. ADVENTURE MOVIE: One Step to Hell, p.m., Ch. 11. A police officer persues a gang of vivious killers Ty Hardin. 1367. ADVENTURE MOVIE: Murderer's Row, Midnight, Ch. Super sleuth Dean Martin copes beautiful girls and an archvillain. 1966, 100 min. MOVIE MUSICAL: Anything Goes. Midnight, Ch. 13. Two showmen agree to do a Broadway musical together, Bing Crosby. 1950. SUNDAY SPORTS: Pro Soccer, p.m., Ch. 7. The Atlantic Chiefs meet the Montreal Plympics in a game joined in progress. DOCUMENTARY: World We Live In, p.m. Ch. 7. How sensations of touch and movement during infancy influence emotional and physical development. SPORTS SPECIAL: National PGA Team Championship, p.m., Ch. 11. Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer compete against 63 other two-men teams. SPECIAL: Estonian Festival, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the 3972 Estonian World Festival held in Toronto are shown. SPECIAL: Action, Cut and Print, p.m., Ch. 7. Behind the scenes of "The the new Canadian movie starring and written by Gordon Pinsent. LEGAL DRAMA: Justice, 8.00 [, Ch. 7. Love leads to a charge of treason and a scandalous case of espionage when an innocent young woman is deceived. Margaret Lock- wood stars. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ISTABLISHED 1911 Floor 517 41 h Avo. S. Prioni 327-1541 Town shakes EENGOUGH, Sask. (CP) Collapsing salt structures thousands of feet beneath Sas- katchewan were blamed Wed- nesday for earth tremors which shook this southern community recently. Two tremors, each lasting about tliree seconds, shook ev- erything in town, said post- master Dwight Morrison, but no damage was reported. For fter safety and comfort, HARDLITE Lenses Only hall the weight on her pretty little nosa. Shatterproof lor maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law In some countries advisable everywhere! table in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglastei Children's Frames Magnifiin Repairi Reatonablo Pricct OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7in ST S. LETHBHIDGE-Phone 327.3609 EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from S1EMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS LJ- _J H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiolggisl Look al Ihesa features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 monlhi on one ballery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, AUGUST 3rd Ealon'i Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologiil Hroring Aid Member nf National Mooring Aid Asirt. Mcmhor af Alhorfa DRAMA: The Olysscy, p.m.. Cli. 7. Conclusion. Ullyses reveals Ms identity nnd slaughters nil those who tried to usurp liim. SPECIAL: Fllglit of (he Arctic 7, p.m., Cli. 13. Seven young Canadians reveal their personal impressions of South America in this first of a three-part series. DOCUMENTARY: One Northern Slimmer, p.m., Ch. 7. The world ot reindeer and how Eskimos tend a herd of MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: Don't Panic, Chaps-, p.m., Ch. 7. Amicable British and German army units on an Adriatic Island each find that the other has set up an observation post. Dennis Price, Goerhe Cole. 1959, 90 min., English. MOVIE DRAMA: Turing Point, Ch. 13. Story about a newspaper reporter who battles a crime syndicate. William 90 min., 1952. RCMP never 'tried to understand says Metis association official REGINA (CP) The RCMP have made no attempt to understand the problems of Metis in northern Saskatche- wan, says a spokesman for the Sex movie for Big Ben SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Oakland Raiders defensive end Ben Davidson, a 6-foot-7, 275-pounder, is appearing in a sex movie. "I did it as a said Davidson, 32, who is married and has three daughters. "It's not everyone that gets to be in their own pornographic movie keep their clothes on." The film, by San Francis- co's Mitchell Brothers, Is called The Green Door. Art Mitchell says it is based on an old erotic tale in which a pretty woman Is kidnapped and taken to a special night- club where rich guests pay to witness sexual action. In the end, the audience it- self is taking part in an orgy that one reviewer says "would make a fourth-down goal line pileup look tame." Davidson got to play the part of the club's bouncer. He wears a tuxedo through- out. "When they called me, I thought it might be interesting so I thought it over and talked It over with my wife. It was just an acting part and I wasn't there for any other part of the the pro loot- ball star said. people of mixed Indian wliite ancestry. Bruce Flamont, tor of the Metis Association of Saskatchewan, said in an inter- view the RCMP continually har- ass his people in northern areas "There, Melis do not speak English and cannot understand the white man's he said "Also, these laws have no meaning for them since we have our own ways of punish ment. "The RCMP never take this into consideration and contin- ually harass our people; they can act with heavy handed authority and are rarely repri- manded for doing so." The problem isn't only SSG- katchewan's, he said, because Metis in every province are discriminated against by city police as well as by RCMP. "They beat our boys In Jail and we do not respect police authority any more." The only solution was to create a judicial system which would have meaning for native peo- ple "and which will gain back the respect of our people." He said the association is put- ting pressure on the provincia' and federal governments "to give Metis better deals in court and in jail." LEAN TO RIDE LETHBRIDGE, Alta. (CP) Horseback riding lessons are being given to students at two Lethbridge for one school the lessons are paid for by the school board. Students learn how to conduct them- selves around a horse and de- velop the basic skills of riding. BERGMANS FLOOR COVERING Come in and see our beautiful display of Carpets and Linoleum ON SPECIAt ALL NEXT WEBC GAY-ARRAY-SEMI-SHAG 2 colon: Burnished Copper, Spring Willow "DARK SPLENDOR" Ideal for bedrooms. Indigo, Spanish Gold, Doeskin g.95 L 2716 12th AVENUE SOUTH Phone Bus. 328-0372 Res. 328-1854 Sales and Installation by DON BERGMAN Unemployment Assurance- Insurance chomage Canada Canada WE ARE MOVING... TO: 445 Mayor Magrath Drive Holiday Village Complex Views wauled on taxation STRATIiMORE (CP) Mu- nicipal Kovernmenls should maku Uielr views known on properly tax reforms, Lcn Wer- ry, minister of telephones and utilities, says. Tho provincial government maintains Its stand to lake ed- ucation costs cut of tho prop- erty levy and leave all of that taxation source for municipal services, ho told the Central Alberta Association of pal Districts and Counties. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Praarami ure lined by the radio and televlilon uatloni. Any variation In program If tut to lait- mlnuls changes by Ihe itationi and if not the rtipon- ilblllty of Ihe Herald or Anglo Dlitrlbulon Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sporti Morfey t'-.Gil[ wilh Conlemporary News SATURDAY Jack Newleld MONDAY rVOO Paul Tessier SUNDAY a.OQ Sport. SVaul Teller Dow Ollvcr 7'M Bmry Hegland John Oliver fi.-DQJacJt Nevletd Major Newi Davfl King SATURDAY NIGHT Spcrls News Inside from lha Oulside OiQO Sunday MagiJz...L Conllnental Holiday News Doug Anderson Peler Snow Big Bands Blackfoot Indian Program News John Charles Terry Vogt SUNDAY News Rob Ingram AtlanHc Symphony BrDO'fhe Entertainers Hour of Deci r GJOC Solo Concern Chrlsllan Science MONDAY Voice of PrcoVcy Jim Elliot n-----------.... _. CBC News News, wihr, Sport Phone BIN Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Wlhr, Spon News and Grain Blackfool Indian Program Sunshine CHEC FM Prices Jack Thys John Walker Probe 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Charles News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Jack Newlel SUNDAY LCD Dow Jack Newfeld Barry Hegland CBR Radio 1010 Calgary thl SATURDAY NIGHT InElde from Identities On 1 side Music De Cheznouj Carousel CBC Stage Summer Switch- Distinguished ijoard Arllsls Remember When Wax MON'DAY Eye Opener world ai 6 Sunday and Friends Calgary Eye I'll Read Thai Opener Agnin This Country News Time Signal Sound of Sporl _ ______ Sunday Thenfre 7-.AS Children's storlea Gilmour'i Albums Sunday Morning News Sunday Magazine Jen Canadians Sunday Celebrallons Time Signal Collage Capital Report News, Wthr. Anthology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Morning Concert Radio Noon Slockmarket Take It from Holiday (PI. l) Home Run Hews World et Six Dave Oberg CLCC Carol Sean J This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steico and fhotopiaphic Centel 419 5fh Sf. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) IATURDAY NIGHT Wildlife UnMrnired BuHer's Beat Under Allack (c) Reach for thl Top I Spy Olympiad (C) TBA MONDAY Puckcll's General Soccer (c) Farm and City Slore (cl World We In Today Romper Room Mr. Dress Up 10-30 Friendly Giartf (c) Music to See Chel Helen Bless this Housi Sesame Street (c) Disneyland McHale'i Navy Acllon, Cut, Print Movie: Don't Panic Chips summer Town Take 30 Edge ol Nlohl (c) Family Court Drop in News 7 Elizabeth R (c) Country Canada Bless this House World Tomorrow Tommy Banki (c) Eslro '72 News Teleprobe 7 Arnold Palmer Celebrity puirmg 12.-W Movie: Murderert The Super (c> Juslice (c) Sunday af 1 One Nor I her Summer [cl Weekend Row (c) SUNDAY Crossroads Gospel Hour Failh (or Today Nivcn Miller 5rOO Trulh Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablovision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Pentecost Presents Rupert Bear [c) News (c) Filmboard 9-i5 Futurity Slakes Oil Report (c) Summer '72 Draw (c) Kingo Bingo Wild Kingdom p-w Fashion In Like Young JO Horst Kcehler Sewing (c, Rolling on River c Ouldoor Sporlsmar Movie: Easy Go 7.00 Room in Mod SrjuBd (c) Kcskin Arctic 7 AAannix The Incident News News Don Atesser Movie: Anything Goes SUNDAY Thoughl for Ni Day of Discovery News (c) Oral Roberts ON neper' Rural Report Pentecost Presc Film Fill 11 Question Period Rex Humbnrd (c) David Frosl Don Messer (c) MONDAY Nice Mix (c) Thtughf tor Call or ine West Day KRTV Greaf Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Cb. 9) Yoga (c) House of Frighten- slein (c) 55 North Maple (c) AH Aboul Faces (c) DICK Van Dyke Movie: The Turning Point Whal's Ihe Good Word Analher World Anything You Can Do Be I man (c) Bewilclied (c) Family Alfair tlird'5 Eye ViCW SATURDAY Hee Haw Jerry Reed Bold Ones Miss Unlvcrso Pageanl tc) News Good Vibrations from London (c) Human Dimension Buqaloos Concentration (c) AAU Int'l Chuimps Sale ol Century Tonnl: Kid Talk World Campaign '72 JrOO Danger Is My Business World of Disney Jimmy Stcwarl 7.00 Bonanza (c) Cade's Counly Movie: SUNDAY Tom and Jcrrv Groovle Goollcs Berlin Rex Humbartl (c) American Enlcr- Kalnryn Kuhlman priio Dcbalo (c) MONDAY Our World Derrier Reel Camera Three Face lha Nation Meet the Car S4 (c) Mr. Wizard Salute Agriculture Today Show Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Whorl Gamo News (c) Love Is a Many Splcndored Thing As the World Turni News (c) The Doctors (c) Funeral In Another World Edge ot Niqht Love American Style Family Affair Lucy Show My Throa Sons Beverly Hillbillies News (c) Today In Montana News KFBB-TV Greet Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Issues