Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ioturAiy, July WJ THI UTHBRIDG! HtRAlD 7 mail service stamped out WINNIPEG (CP) Bruce Lobary, 22 of Winnipeg is look- ing for work again after dis covering that you can't com- pete with a monopoly. About three weeks ago, Mr. Lobary set up his own postal service. Using a motorcycle to make his rounds, he guaran- teed customers same-day del- ivery on local letters for seven cents a letter, one-cent cheaper than the post office. He was in business two weeks, making as much as a day. His success story was written up in a suburban week- ly newspaper. Post office officials spotted the story and Mr. Lobary was advised to go out of business. "We made him aware that there is a post office a post office spokesman said. Under the act, the post office has the sole and exclusive priv- ilege of sending and delivering letters. Bid farewell PINCHER CREEK (Special) members of First Baptist Church and friends of Rev. and Mrs. Halph Orvis assembled recently to bid farewell to the couple. The program included read- ings and hymn singing, inter- spersed with vocal and instru- mental renditions. John Sekella was master of ceremonies. The presentations of a dinner set in English bone china and a leather chair, along with in- dividual gifts to the family were made. Mr. and Mrs. Orvis and fam- ily, who came here from Min- neapolis, Minn., six years ago, will leave for Lacombe about the middle of August. By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) H he gets the opportunity when Parlia- ment sits again, David Orlikow North) is ?oing to tec off on what he .erms massive i n c r e a se in :iigh-paying jobs in the public service. And in a telephone interview from his Winnipeg home, he said his sights are firmly set on the defence department. "AH generals and no pri- he said "Yet when the government negotiates with public servants they consider CONCERT and DANCE FEATURING THE Caribbean Harmonites STEEL ORCHESTRA FROM TRINIDAD CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Friday, August 4 9 P.M. 1 A.M. PER PERSON Sponsored by: Lethbridge Japanese Canadian Citizens Assoc. FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: SUE'S COFFEE SHOP Frache's Flower Shop, Higa's Jewellery, Alcan Service LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms TONITE SATURDAY "TAMARAX" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Orlikow takes aim on public plutocrats unskilled they won't bend an inch." Mr. Orlikow, working with salary figures supplied by the government, says that the num- ber of public servants in lop sal- ary brackets has increased by 55 per cent since 1968. "I had some idea this was happening when I sought the in- formation, but I was really sur- prised to see the actual fig- ures." Mr. Orlikow classifies top sal- ary brackets as being above in 1968 and above in 1971. "If I used the base 4 HENDERSON LAKE DAY CAMP New Weekly Session starts this Monday, July 31 Presented by the Community Summer Program for boys and girls 8-12 years old. Registrations will be taken at the camp location in the North-east corner of the Henderson Park and is distinguishable by a large orange trailer. The registration fee is for each weekly session. This Includes swimming, canoeing, hiking, and crafts, games, drama, music, puppets, tours, trips and special events. Lots of Fun at Henderson Lake Day Camp For more Information call Community Summer Program at 6-0876. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TOE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT" in Melrocolor. Saturday, July 29. Shows at and p m. Adult MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE OMEGA WAN" In technicolor. Starring Charlton Heston. Saturday, July 29. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Jules Verne's LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" in color. Saturday and Sunday, July 29 and 30. Showtime each night p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LIVING FREE" In color starring Bill Travcrs. Sat- urday, July 29. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "SOLDIER BLUE" Candice Bergen, Peter Strauss. Sat- urday, Sunday, Monday, July 29, 30, Slst. and p.m. TABER Sky-Vue Drive-ln "PAINT YOUR WAGON" Wilh Clint Eastwood and Leo Marvin. Saturday, July Cartoon starts lit p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" Bill Mumy. Color (adult) not suitable tor children. Saturday, July 29th at nnd 9-00 p.m. "GET CARTER" Michael Cairn1, Color. Re slncled adults. Mon., Tucs., Wed., July 31, I, 2 p.m MINUS-ONE CLUB DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 29th Polish Hall 745 13th St. North ORCHESTRA THE LONGACRES MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME "Catalyst" IS PLEASED TO PRESENT A Live Interview On Cable TV-Channel 13 7 P.M. MONDAY, JULY 31st A program produced in Lethbridge and designed to compile student reaction on the implications of the Worth Report for Lethbridge and area. BE SURE TO TUNE-IN AND SEE THIS INFORMATIVE PRESENTATIONI ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES IDA GAME PICTURE FRAME BONUS JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. IN NOS. IN 54 NOS. If no bingo called offer 58 not., we will continue far NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALIOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS SATURDAY-JUIY 29 BLUES GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL "SOMMERFEST" Saturday, July 29th 9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE FEATURE "Frankly Brothers" MEMBERS AND GUESTS TICKETS FOR "BAVARIAN NIGHT" SEPT. 2nd FEATURING Erwin's Alpine Band Are now available at the usual outlett LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos. Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 Alt GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.00 All Wood Cards 506 Each Childr.n Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities lural Alherla till ailing ays Notley STETTLER (CP) The Pro- ressive Conservative govern- lent has not lived up to an ection promise to revive rural Iberta, Grant Notley, the prov- nce's New Democratic Party ader, said here. Mr. Notley told a public meet- ng that the Conservatives' Al- erta Opportunities Fund, a ran program designed to at- industry to small centre', s a farce because it includes IB province's two major cities. He said Edmonton and Cal- ary, which can fend for them- elves, should be excluded be- ause small communities would not stand a chance in competi- on against the major centres. roughout, the figures would be ;en more startling, but I wan- ed to be fair and take account the increase In the cost of liv- CBC rents three channels on Anik satellite project New ambassador TOKYO (AP) The Japa- e s e government announced oday the appointment of AMra 58, as the new am- assador to Canada. He suc- eeds Shinichi Kondo. Nishi- ama formerly was ambassador o Indonesia and Switzerland. OTTAWA (CP) The CBC and Telesat Canada have signed an agreement for CSC rental of three channels on the 12-channel Anik satellite, Can- ada's domestic communications satellite. The agreement, signed by re- :iring CBC President George Davidson and Telesat President David Golden, calls for an an- nual rental fee of more than million for the three channels. The CBC will use Anik to dis- tribute CBC programs through- out Canada. The satellite is scheduled to be launched in November and to begin opera- tions in January. It will be joined by a backup satellite in May. The agreement Is the first for Telesat. the corporation owning the satellites. Telesat is jointly owned by the government and telecommunications common carriers such as the Trans Can- ada Telephone System and CN- CP Telecommunications. Mr. Golden told reporters that the corporation is near agree- ment for renting channels to TCTS, Bell Canada and CN-CP Telecommunications. Contracts should be signed within the next two months, he said. The Canadian Overseas Tele communications Corp., a Crown corporation will not need Anik until 1974 so an agreement is not being sought at the moment Mr. Golden said. Mr. Davidson said the CBC will cease using some earth bound microwave facilities onc< le satellite begins operations. The CBC president said the jrporation recognizes the need r northern regional programs be supplied to northern view- rs. But the first step was to sup- y existing services to the orth. Northern programs ould be supplied later. The corporation has been crit- ized by some northern resi- cnts for plans to supply south- rn network programs to the forth. The value of the satellite northern residents was .ressed by former communica- m3t GIFT TO MUSEUM This painting of a small boy by the Spanish master Goya, valued by experts between million and million., has been given to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. The painting was given to museum by Mrs. Umberto de Martini of Paris. Coffee price hike predicted EDMONTON (CP) Coffee prices should increase by about 10 cents a pound when current store stocks are depleted in three weeks, R. W. zone manager for Canada Safe- way Ltd., says. Mr. Currel was commenting on an announcement by Gen- eral Foods Ltd. that it will im- mediately increase wholesale coffee prices. Show Times PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Billy Jack" 7-25. Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Billy Jack" 8.40 One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subiects 9.20 "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" Last Complete Show 9-20 Sunday Short Subjects "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" One Complete Show 8-15 COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects 2.15. 9.10 "Wha'ts Up Dor" Last Complete Show 9'10 Sunday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" One Complete Show GREEN ACHES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Big Jake" 9-45 "Monte Walsh" One Complete Show 9.45 Sunday "Anderson Tapes" "I Never Sr.ng for My KntliT" Oao Complete Show 9.43 General Foods said the pric of instant coffee will go up r to two cents an ounce an ground coffee 12 to 18 cents pound. The increase Is blamed c frost damage to coffee planl in Brazil. tions minister Eric Kierans at the time Anik was first pro- Mr. Davidson said the CBC sees the importance of regional programming in the North and there are plans for a northern production centre, probably at Yellowknile N.W.T. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lcthbr'dne IDC "The People Who Take Time to Build The rnlLlr J Bett" Bring you the finest in Stereo Compon- ents now pvciiable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 NOW SHOWING and p.m. Special Return Engagement NEW CENSORSHIP RATING NOW CLASSIFIED ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Just a person who protects children and other living things i. BILLY JACK LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR SHOWINB SUNDAY P.M. ONLY GREEN ACRES Gates Open at 9 p.m. One Complete show p.m. LAST TIME TONIGHT] "BIG JAKE" IN COLOR WITH JOHN WAYNE "MONTY WALSH" IN COLOR WITH LEE MARVIN I SHOWING SUNDAY AND MONDAY) The runaway bestseller v screen. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ADULT Sean fM.0 Juidersonlbpes HIT NO. 2 "I Never Sang For My Father" GENt HACKMAN, MELVYN DOUGLAS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT 4th AVE 8th ST 3275100 NOW SHOWING at 7-15 and 9-30 D.m. Barney wanted women in the wrsi way. And that's the way he got them. SHOWING SUNDAY 'Last o? the 81S pm Red Hot Lovers7 SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. COLLEGE TONITE thru TUES. of end p.m. Don't miss the Thrills! Spills! Actionj STOCK CAR RACING SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 30th Time Trials p.m. Racing at p.m. EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY A Full Slate of "C's" and Claimers SPONSORED BY Southern Alberta Auto Racers in conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. YOUR PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY 817 4th AVE. S., IETHBRIDGE BACK AGAIN TO THRILL YOUI Daredevil Clown Driving with a broken arm-he will jump twice tho distance before- over a car earlier and line of 8 cars.