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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 2, 1973 Actress misses opening night STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) The Stratford Shakespearean Festival announced Friday that Pat Galloway will not appear m the opening night performances of TheTaming of the Shrew, or She Stoops to Conquer. The actress, featured as Katherine in Shrew and as Kate Hardcastle in She Stoops, suf- fered a foot injury some weeks ago and has been in a cast ever since. _ AnnI Lee Taylor, Miss Gallo- way's understudy in Shrew will appear in the June 4 opening. Pat Bentley-Fisher, her un- derstudy in She Stoops to Con- quer, will appear -June 5 Both Miss Taylor and Miss Bentley-Fisher have been ap- pearing in the rqles since stu- dent matinee performances be- gan May 11. SIR EDWIN LEATHER BLOCK BROS. TWO TOP SALESMEN for APRIL, 1973 NOY BARNABY 327-6683 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave. S, STU SHO3TT 327-4142 NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE E1NAR STOKKE 328-4352 BRENDA MARLENE DAWLEY PAUL 328-0309____ 328-1459 -a BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 WARRENi LYCKMAN 327-1472 JOHN PIETRAMAIA 328-2573 PEGGY ROELOFS 327-5892 TIM GRISAK 328-2266 JIM CICON 327-0476 LAWRENCE SMITH 328-7970 TED ADNITT 327-1384 MANAGER CAROL LEAH LORAN 756-3447 Stirling MARG STEWART 327-8975 i N-R-5- DLWViiV Catalogue BROS. Realtor 328-2356 N.R.S -M.L.S. FRANK TINOROI Open 9 to 9 Guaranteed home trade Canada Wide Service It Complete Financing Interest Free Bermuda governor isn't frightened ALEXANDER HOTEL Tonight in the Saloon Tavern LONDON (CP) Canadian- born Sir Edwin (Ted) Leather, appointed to succeed "the as- sassinated governor of Ber- muda, said today he and his family are "happy and de- lighted' and have no fears about living in Government House there. Leather, 54-year-old former Conservative member of the British House of Commons, was named Tuesday night to suc- ceed Sir Richard Sharpies, shot dead while walking in the grounds of the governors man- sion in March. Leather, born in Toronto and raised in Hamilton, said in a telephone interview that he and his family plan to go to Canada June 29 to join in the 80th birth- day celebrations for his father, Harold H. Leather of Hamilton. Then he and his wife, the for- mer Sheila Greenless of Ham- ilton, and their daughters Hope and Sarah, in their early 20s, will head for Bermuda around mid-July. The six-foot, sandy-haired Ca- nadian is a fiery speaker who made his early reputation in Britain with his ideas of empire i unity as the prime instrument for maintaining peace. WENT TO RMC Leather went from Royal Mil- itary College, Kingston, Ont., into the Toronto Scottish, serving in Britain, France and Germany during the Second World War. After settling in Britain he became candidate in Bristol South in the 1945 general election and was soundly trounced. However, he was elected Con- servative MP for North Somser- set in 1950 and served until 1964, when he retired because of poor health and under the pressure of a heavy work- schedule. Starting as an Insurance salesman, he rose rapidly in the business world here and be- came a director of several big firms. Friends said he often put in a full day's work in his business office before going to the House. He also was well known to lis- teners of the BBC radio pro- gram Questions? on which he was a frequent panel mem- ber. The death of Sharpies, and his aide-de-camp Capt. Hugh Sayers who was accompanying him, remains a mystery al- though there were suggestions at the time that the double mur- der was the work of some black nationalist group. Lady Sharpies, who recently returned to London and had a life peerage conferred on her, said in an interview that before leaving Bermuda she recom- mended that Government House be used more for public activi- ties and the governor be al- lotted a smaller home. "I really meant this most se- riously and they are considering my she said in an in- terview with The Times. "The size of the house is out of all proportion to the people living on the island and the se- curity measures which now are being proposed would make it impossible for a governor to live in." Leather, in a radio interview, said he was not afraid of living in Bermuda, adding that per- sonal risk was attached to al- most any public office these days. No trout planting this year CALGARY (CP) Brown trout and brook trout will not be planted in Alberta waters tliis year due to construction delays on the city's Sam Liv- ingston Hatchery, says man- ager Alex Sinclair. Eggs for brown and brook trout must be obtained in the fall when the trout spawn. The eggs are hatched during the winter and the fingerlings are stocked in the spring. Since no hatchery facilities were available last fall, no brood stock was established, Mr. Sinclair said. As a result the normal volume of plantings for brown and brook trout would be eliminated. But the normal volume of plantings for rainbow trout would be maintained although it is about a month behind schedule because of the build- ing delays. Gerry Thompson, regional fisheries biologist for the Al- berta Fish and Wildlife Divi- sion, said this will not mean a reduction in the numbers of fish caught this year, but next year's crop may drop consider- ably. STUDENTS CLEAN UP NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) _ The Niagara peninsula con- servation authority will hire 96 students this summer to do roadside, lakeshore and stream- bank cleanups, woodlot manage- ment and improvement of wild- life habitats, a spokesman for the conservation authority said, HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB 'CABARET1 i Saturday, June p.m. -1 a.m. Music by 'THE LIGHTERMEN' Members and Their Guests Only NORTH to ALASKA Departing August 19 by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND Departing 23, Aug. 4, Sept. 8 and Oct. A by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser SEE: Skagway, Daw- son City, Fairbanks, Whitehorse, Prince Rupert, Watson lake and more INCLUDES: Ferryliner, Rail and Hiway Crui- ser fare, nightly ac- commodation, sight- seeing and much more ESCORTED: 15 filled days As low as fun FUNTOURISTS" Of tha Week MRS. EVELYN LAGERQUIST and MRS. ROSE BEAZLY Wainwright. Alta. Evelyr. and Rose say: We really enjoyed our California- Disneyland "FUNTOUR" as did Janice waddell of Red Deer. SEE: Disneyland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and more INCLUDES: Transpor- tation, nightly acco- mmodation, sightsee- ing in all major cities las Vegas bonus, Hi-neighbor party and much more ESCORTED: 15 fun filled days As low at For FREE Brochure Call Your Travel Aftmtt mn A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 605 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 TV HIGHLIGHTS 1 SATURDAY COMEDY: "Father, Dear 6 p.m., Ch. 7. ADVENTURE: Mission: Impossible, p.m., Ch. 7. HISTORICAL Life of Leonardo da Vinci, p.m., Ch. 7. Part II of this prize-winning series deals with Leonardo being welcomed to the Florentine court. MOVIE DRAMA: "Return to Peyton f p.m., Ch. 13. The lives of nine people are dramatically altered when an author publishes a sensational novel about her home town community. DOCUMENTARY: Gallery, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of the talents and life styles of two North American artists, one of whom is Madja, a Dutch-Canadian, who lives in Toronto. BIOGRAPHY: "Song Without 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Franz Liszt is torn between his desire to compose and the financial rewards of concert life. MOVIE DRAMA: "Grand a.m., Ch. 7. The personal and professional problems of drivers on the Grand Prix circuit. SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: History of Pro Football, a.m.; Ch. 7. A look at the world of pro football with films showing early stars. SPORT: CBS Sports Spectacular, 1 p.m., Ch. 9. Olympic track and field medallists headline the Kennedy Memorial Games from Berkeley. SPORT SPECIAL: Equestrian Grand Prix, p.m., Ch. 7. First of three telecasts spotlighting Canada's top riders and horses in equestrian competition. SCIENCE: Medical Explorers, p.m., Ch. 7. The life of Sir William Osier, renowned Canadian physician, medical historian and teacher. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. repeat of the 50th anniversary salute to Disney memories with car- toons, films and TV shows. DOCUMENTARY: Mountbatten, p.m., Ch. 13. The last Viceroy of India, Mountbatten tells of his mission to end 200 years cf British rule in the sub-continent FAMILY: Tom Brown's Schooldays, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Part 4 of this series about a schoolboy's experiences at England's Rugby School. DRAMA: The Strauss Family, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. More trag- edy for Johann Strauss in Part 6 of this series. BIOGRAPHY: First Person Singular, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. The late Lester Pearson reminisces about his years as a uni- versity student and World War I. PROFILE: Of All People, p.m., Ch. 7. The story of a young mother who surprised herself by organizing a drop-in program playroom for the other mothers and chil- dren in her neighborhood. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Oscar winner Joel Grey and singers Wayne Newton, Taul Anka and Teresa Brewer are the guests. DRAMA: The Untouchables, a.m., Ch. 7. A one- hour film series about crime fighting during the prohibition era in the U.S. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Love in a Goldfish 1 p.m., Ch. 33. Two fun-loving college students spend a wacky vaca- tion at a Balboa beach house. Potato processing plant turns waste into farmland MOSES LAKE, Wash. (AP) A potato processing plant here can't dispose of its waste water in a conventional way, so the firm uses the water to turn sand dunes into farmland. Bill Strohl, manager of the American Potato Co. plant four miles south of here, said the high proportion of organic sol- ids suspended in the plants waste water makes it impos- sible to process the water through ordinary waste treat- ment facilities. "Potato wastes are unique beasts, he said. "They will not coagulate in conventional treat- ment systems. American Fotats con- sequently was the first com- pany in the industry to use spray waste water disposal, Strohl said, but it outgrew its original 110-acre treatment tract. With nowhere else to go, the company used nearby sand dunes. Pipelines were run under rail way tracks, irrigation canals and potato fields and the Bu reau of Reclamation gave th company permission to pu sprinklers in a 145-acre area of dunes, rabbit brush and sage. LAND TOO ROUGH "There was no way to run farm equipment in there with out iarring your eyeteeth out Strohl said. By the summer of 1971, nine months after irrigation began native cheat grass was wais high in the area. The company brought In cattle to trim the grass growth and found they not only ate the grass but broke up the crust o the sand with their hooves. Last year, Strohl said, the company decided it needed an other 45 acres of dunes for dis posal area. But this time, the dunes were leveled into farm able slopes before the wild veg etation took hold. HELMUT CLEUSEN for ARTISTIC LANDSCAPING HARDY TREES and SHRUBS COMPLETE LINE of ANNUALS and PERENNIALS FREE ESTIMATES All Landscaping Finished in Your Choice of Bar Chips or Landscape Rock Phone 327-9730 tn Association With Western Canadian ltd. TAKE THIS COUPON TO BETTER HEARIN6 DEALER HEAR FOR YOURSELF, WITHOUT OBLIGATION.' Your authorized Zenith dealer, will help you to select the Zenith best suited to provide hearing you. The fin- est possible combination of power, tone and frequency re- sponse will be personally denv' onstrated to show you wonders of better hearing. ZENITH QUALITY HEARING AIDS with all the deluxe features at buy-now prices start at less than LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of Lethbridge Herald. it CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. SATURDAY Music We Jack Neufeld Remember Tessler NJJ- Remember News Sports Bury! ClarK News Farm Cattle News News Sporti News BOb Hesketh News SUNDAY Leo Dow (Music We Remember) Indian News Media Dave King News Paul Tessler Music to People Gospel K to God Hour .IS Music We Paul Tessmr Tradingi Post Remember MONDAY Jl.pO Lea Dow 8-45 Sports News John Oliver if cjoc if Bill Skelton. Rad WhitT. Bill Matheson; Sport antTDon MacLean; Farm and Rrancn Doug Card. 5-40 Soorts 9M, News u_ws Snorts, Wthr. ShW Case Sport5PScores Joan Bruce Bowie Show Jim Barry Hegland 1 SUNDAY News Canadian Concert Hall Blackfoot Indian Brtnt Sport Shew Bill m Cross Country Checkup Jim Parsons Show Rock On nuii'f'N Entertainers Family Favorites capital Report ChrMIM Selene. Hour of Memories Sunshine Evffnpel if CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru PRIDAY SATURDAY Charles Show News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Stan Bailey Show News :02 Stan Bailey Shew Sports Local World at six a.m.-l2 noon Don McWlaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 4 p.m.-io p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Ccncie) i a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman i p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY NIGHT Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Jazz Canadian! Showcase '73 The Demand Side CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Time Signal Capital Report News The Entertainers Music de Chez Quebec Now CBC Stage Canadian Concert Hall Anthology Music Alivt Just Jazz SUNDAY Sunday Morning News on Children's Time Cross Country Check-Up Rebound National Rockworks Sound of Sports Regional Orchestras 2 Vancouver 3 Chamber Orchestra 4 Sunday Gilmour's Albums 4 Story The Bush and the 5 Salon :03 Warner's MONDAY :30 Warm Up :05 Eye Opener :00 World at 8 :05 Calgary Eyt Opener :00 World at Hint :13 This Country :59 Time Signal :03 Radio Noon :55 stockjnarket :03 Take It from :30 Max Ferguson :03 Bob Kerr :00 BBC News :05 Home Run :30 News :00 World it Six The Utltbriddc 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 seutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook June 12th (Advertising Deadline Is June 6th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY District 7 Marvel Fattier, Dear Country Farm and Father Youth confrontation City Today Mission Impossible Equestrian Grand Eo Allen Hollywood Squares Prix Autluoon Love Am! Medical Friendly Giant Audubon Mr. Dress Up Irish Sesame Street World of Disney Lassie Black Beauty Tom Brown's School Days Strauss Family First Person Singular Of AH People News Nations Business CJOC News Water World All Around Circle Leonardo Da Vinci Bless This House Gallery Country Tlmt News News Monty Flying Movie: Grand Prix SUNDAY Gospel Hour Faith for Today Wolper Special Cross Roads Reach for the Top Untouchables T.B.A. Agriculture Today PInocchio Python Cirucs Truth or Let's Make Deal Klara's Korner Galloping Gourmet Joan Waferfleld Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squertt CJOC News Get Smart CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) NIGHT SATURDAY News Oil Report Klngo Bingo Bridget Bernie Police Surgeon Missing Link Oral Roberts Under Attack Rex Humbard People's Church Rural Report MONDAY Thought for t-M University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby Pentecost Community 4H Clubtime Unlimited Market Place Movie: Return To Pendulum Place Peyton News News Move: Song Wthout End Untamed World Garner Ted Armstrong Movie: Perils of Pauline SUNDAY yJDo The protectors Thought for Day Mountbatten University of tht Mannix Air A Touch of Grace Window on Britain W5 National Film News Board News Reverend Oil Report Solbrecker Question Period Day of Discovery Merv Griffin Calendar Cartoons Parlons Trouble with Tracy Supermarket Yoga Pierre Berton Life Style Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: Love In Goldfish Bowl Somerset Another World Anything You Cen Do Buckshot Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Emergency Mary Tyler Moore Dick Van Dyck Movie: Play Dirty News Movie: TBA SUNDAY Archies Pebbles and Bam Bam ___ Lamp Unto My Feet MASH Day of Discovery Mission Kathryn Kuhlman News Face the Nation Meet the Press Consultation Danger is My Business American Enter- prise Debate Sports Spectacular Tennis Classic Sports Challenge Sports Illustrated Sixty Minutes Lassie World of Disney Adam 12 Gunsmoke Mystery Movie Night Gallery Impossible Travelure MONDAY Our World Salute Agriculture Today Show Today In Montane Pyramid Sale of the Century Hoiiywcsi Jeopardy Who What, Where Game News Baffled As the world Turns News Doctors Another World Hollywood Talking secret Storm Mike Douglas Joker's Wild News News News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Animal World 1 Little People Sonny and Cher 2 Tho Strauss Family 3 Here We Go Again Touch of Grace 4: The Men Circle of Fear News 5: News 5 Roller 6: SUNDAY 7: Farm 8; Closeup This Is Life 10: Revival Fires 11: Gospel Hour 11 Make A Wish II Curiosity Shop Bullwinkle issue and Answers Movlet 7 My Friend Flicka News :30 Great Roads of Jack LeLannt America Audrey Duty Bound Galloping GourmW :00 Dr. Einstein at Young and the Lunch Resiles? :00 Montana State LOW Search for Income Orgamra- Tomorrow tion All my Children :OOWild Kingdom Lei's Make a Dtal :30 This Is Your Life Newlywcd Gama 00 Lawrence Welk News 00 F B I General HOfpital 00 Movie: The World One Life of Suzle Wong Our Llvet 30 Bobby Goldsboro Dinah's Place 00 News Three on a Match 15 News Dating :30 Insidht Split MONDAY' Bewitched 25 Farm News Password News News 00 Captain Kangirao ;