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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Thuilday, Juno 1, Regular entertainment TROIS-KIVIEUES, Quo. (CP) Rev. Jean-Guy Morin, a lay priest from Cap de la Made- leine, has always been active In many sectors including Chris- tian Encounter groups and radio programs. Three years ago he turned his talents to the field ol music and became a singer. Now he is a regular entertainer In the Trois-Rivieres and Cap de la Madeleine area as well as in nearby La Pocatiere where lie makes his home. Herb business suffering LUSIK1S1KI, South Africa (AP) _ A witch doctors busi- ness suffers when he has to be treated by a white doctor. So says Khotsa Sethuntsa, a legendary practitioner of her- bal medicine who is ailing at S2. "Only a few people are buy- ing herbs from me he says. "They have heard that I oni sick and that a doctor is treating me. They want to know why I am not treating myself." Sctlmntsa Is one of the wealthiest blacks in southern Africa. He has more than 20 wives and is reputed to have fathered some 200 children, the oldest more than 70 and the youngest a year or so old. ENT-A-BG3GAT AvailabiB by the Day, Week or Month (with or without operator) Landscaping Hog Pen Cleaning Back Filling Driveway Excavating Corral Cleaning Hauling Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. He is not bedridden in his bright blue self-designed man- sion, but walks with dificulty. Most of Us day is spent in a shadowed alcove, surrounded by faded newspaper clippings, a broken cuckoo clock and other souvenirs. He demands and receives constant attention from as- sorted wives. All wear orange ankle-length dresses and matching caps. Sethuntsa's fortune is based on his expertise as a herbal- ist. Tens of thousands of blacks paid eagerly for his special compounds and ad- vice. What are his herbs used for? "For colds, headaches and such-like things. And for love potions too." The latter may have failed him, however. 'This illness has wrecked, my sex power. I don't know if PIAN TO BE AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION JUNE 10 treat I will have any more children. The future looked much brighter when the millionaire herbalist celebrated liis Mill birthday two years ago with much pomp. Callers in casual, dress, whether white or black, were turned away by guards. A male servant greeted one correspondent at the door and carefully cleaned Ms shoes with a damp cloth. In robust health then, portly SelhiKisa said he expected to live for "at least another hundred years." He attributed his strength and virility to "no smoking, no drinking and plenty of medicine called umangalala; it is wonderful stuff and the man who takes it can have as many wives as he likes." There is no unmangalala in the bag carried by the white doctor who now makes daily calls on the weary CLUBS TORONTO (CP) Seven all-Greek rjghtclubs now arc operating in Toronto. Each is fully licensed, serves Aegean tood specialties and features live bouzouki music and floor shows chiefly imported direct from UP N.B. FHEDER1CTON CP) New Brunswick's second annua beaiitificalion campaign swung into action this spring willi the emphasis on local participation and a drive to remove unsightly rubbish from the fields border ing provincial highways. MOVIE COMEDY: "Mother Didn't Tell p.tn., Cli. 7. A doctor's young wife cannot adjust to the fact her husband's work, of necessity, interferes with their home TSI Illegal adoption ruled legal EDMONTON North- west Territories appeal court has ruled valid the adoption of an Eskimo girl by native cus- tom, even though it did not comply with territorial law. Mr. Justice H. G. Johnson j dismissed an appeal by I he na- I tursl parents of the girls who STORES CO AST TO CO AST IN CAN ADA SHACK PORTABLE CASSETTE RECORDER SALE 95 Reg, Price Our lowest pn'ee model CTR-11 has high priced features found on models costing far more. 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Ship. wt. 6 Ibs........, .44.95 LETHBRIDGE ad given her up In 1959 when lie was one year old. Territorial law requires adop- ions be made through a mag- istrate with the superintendent 3f child welfare notified but in he decision May 25, Justic folmson noted that compliance 'in the context pE the circum- iances under which most Eski- mos live is almost impossible. I am of the view that it was never intended that these pro- visions would exclude the well- established custom Eskimo adoption. 'To interpret it otherwise would be to deprive many ol these people of a custom thai is valuable to the safety and survival of children where Iho death of a parent is a common hazard of their existence." In the case, Gideon KltcHooa lik had his daughter adopted by relatives six months after his wife was taken to hospital ii Edmonton. The father was a trapper a the time and had three othei older children to care for with friends help until the mother's recovery. Although Hie girl's mothe objected to the adoption, by Es- kimo custom the father had the authority to "give the chile away." The mother told the appea court that there was no othe way for her husband to riea with the situation. "He had to take care of tho and to hunt at the same ime (the adoption) was very good chance for her to lave a good home and be taken :are of properly." Justice Johnson said adop- ions of this type are often a matter of urgency and said ev- dence showed the daughter, Deborah, was developing sores on her body and wasn't getting enough milic. MOVIE MUSICAL: "I Wonder Who's Aissing Her 5 p.m., Cli. 7. The life and times of funesrmth- entertainer Joe Howard. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come the 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. A report on mental health treatment and the serious problem that faces society. MOVIE DKAMA: "Mad Dog Coll." p.m., Ch. T. The story of the criminal career of Vincc "Mad Dog" Coll.. INTERVIEW: Daviil Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Arthur Kill, Hurt Reynolds, Larry Dlyden Kand Molina Mercoviri are the guests. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Lone 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A former Union officer returns home to Texas and finds he has been branded a traitor. MOVIE WESTERN: "40 Guns to Apache 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A cavalry captain vs. Apaches and a treacherous corporal. Building slump hits Toronto TORONTO (CP) Melropoli tan Toronto is in the throes of a building slump that has pu construction tradesmen out of work, an official of a union organization said here. Clive Ballcntine, assistan business manager of the Metro Toronto Building Trades Coun il, said in an interview tha 5.92 per cent of the area' construction workers are die despite the fact "May anc "une are the top constructioi nonths when we usually havi ull employment." Mr. Ballcntine said the oppo ition of ratepayer groups "t development in any form at al at this time' is a major facto n the construction slowdown. He aso blamed the slowdowi on provincial government cut. n spending on school construe ion, Bary Lyons, an executive o :he Urban Development Inst :utc, commented later that big land costs and interest rate still running over nine per cen lave led to tbc slowdown. Ho said the bigest slump w, In lire building of middle-incom apartments "because develo pers feel they can't get a goo return on investment." ART SALE HALIFAX (CP) Purchase were made for Memorial Un versily of Newfoundland an Dalhousie University with! minutes of the opening by Ge man-born artist Siegfried Haas of a showing of 70 painting lithographs and watercolor Haase, who has held one-ma in Toronto and Vanco ver, is a member of the teac ing staff of the Nova Scotia C, lege of Art. MOVIE-LOVERS Last year 112 million peop filed into Bulgaria's movie the, trcs. ANGLO'S Program! ore listed by the radio and television notions. Any variation in program fchedull ii dug to lait- mlnulo changes by the notions and It not the respon- libilily of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. THURSDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld THURSDAY NLGHT World af John Walker Request Una John Charles Uoug Anderson CHEC if Roger Cliannon with Contemporary Morley McGill with Contemporary News Paul Tcssler FRIDAY Duryl Clark tits Checlins Leo Dow John Oliver King CJOC if Show Wayne Barry FRIDAY Probe 1120 j1m News, Wthr, Sport 6-00 CBC News News end. News, Sport Prices Phona Bill John Walker CHEC FM unu THDII MON. THRU SAT. Don McMaster News Hourly YVthr. Half Hour Sports Den, MacMasla Concerts (Bob Don Hedman CcnsleJ a.m. Sfgn-Qff CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Chamber World at Eight Homo Run Music Eye Jafce and Kid News This CosrnlrV Musicscopo Winnipeg Orehcslra Radio Noon News, Wfhr, Sports The Inner Ear Take it from Htrt From the Capilals FRIDAY Max Ferguson Five NighH Week Eye OptT.er World Six CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Otwrg John MalaKctf Carol Sears Meyer i Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and fkolopiaphic Centel 419 5th St. 5. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEU" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) News Romper Room Teleprobe 7 Ripcord Movie: Movie: Mad Dog Coll The Lone Texan FRIDAY Summer Town Farm and City TsVe 30 Today Edge of NlghT Mr. Drossup -iiM Family Court ..........._.._. Fnendfv Giant Drop In Who's Kissing HeriO'JS Lhez Hcler.e Trtjfh cr Now (c) II.DO Sesame SlreeT consequences CFCN-TV Lelhhridge Channel 13 (CablevUion Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Directions Pierre torton Dsvid Frost Bewitched (c) 12-39 Dick Van Dyks FRIDAY Movie: Guns 1 Though! for Day Appache Pass University of ATr Whal'S ITie Goert Program HI Lighls Word (c) Fashions In Sewing Another Woflrf Parlons Francais c Anything Bold "'c In Conversalion Barman (cl Tl-M tc> All About Faces Buckihot Hwlh Maple Family Affair THURSDAY NIGHT Truth or Consequences (c) Let's ttete a Deal Teleprobe 7 Movie: Mother Didn't Tell Me BiOO O'Hara Movie: 1 Wondei Buefcshot Family Affair BewUched News CO Hawaii Five-0 Medical Cer.lre Dean Martin (c) Here Come the 70s News KR7V Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Salute Agriculrure As fhe World Turns Today STiow (O News [c] Today [n Montana The Doclora tc) Concentration Anolher Worfd Sale of Cent.rv V5 5K AmeWr, Hollywood Squares stvie (c) Jeopardy (c) Famfly Affair 10-00 News Who, Where 3.00 Lucy Show (c) Show -------Game tc) ArnaJeur'i GuidB Io Love (c) News THURSDAY NIGHT News News Dick Van Dyke My Three Sons Ironside tc) Dean Martin FRIDAY Ne> I Understanding Our Love Is a Many SpJendored Thing KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT (c) News Brady Burvcri (cj Montana ConstiU lional Forum 9-00 Owen Marshal! TV-5 News Al Perry FRIDAY Let's Make a Deal Farm News Newlyv-ed Gami News News (c) Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm Dinah's Place (c) One Life Io Live Jack LaLanna Days of Our Lives Audrey General Hospilaf Galloping Gourmet Three on a Mater VVnere Trie Hearl Is baling Game (c) News Split Second Search for Dewilcned c] Trow Password it) The Learning Tree All My Children Newi ;