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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Dies in fire CALGARY (CP) A middle- nged man died Friday when a fire burned his homo in ths northwest part of the city. Police withheld liis name. A fire department spokesman said the blaze was apparently started by a cigarette and tho man was overcome by smoke. Parliamentary notebook Hellyer surprised he stirred storm OTTAWA front-page newspaper story, along with a couple of Commons' questions, ZELLER'S COUNTY FAIR SKILLET RESTAURANT 1710 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m. -11 a.m. we feature our "Early Bird Breakfast Special" 2 Eggs, 2 strips Bacon, Toast and Jam, 2 cjps of Coffes only I MONDAY-AII the Fish you can eat TUESDAY-Koast Turkey Dinner wilh OQ all the Trimmings I WEDNE5DAY-AII the Chicken you can eat THURSDAY AND in a Basket, Fish in a Basket, Ground Beef Sleak, Spaghetti and Meat Sauce I 1.65 SATURDAY-Beef Dip Homemade soup or tomato Juice and included In all the abova meals "Best Values In Town" can suddenly turn the oft-re- peated comments of politicians into a screaming national issue. Ask Paul Hellyer. (he leader of Action Canada, who is frankly surprised wilh the in- tensity of the storm he stirred up by saying, last Sunday, that Canadians would be shocked if they knew the full extent of Communist activity in the coun- try. "I have said the same thing in at least 25 different speeches and no one seemed to pay much attention." But suddenly, he adds, Ms comments are on the front page of a newspaper and it becomes a boiling issue. Mr. Hellyer was responding in an interview to questions aboul whether he was trying to ap- peal, politically, to right-wing jlements with his comments about Communist subversion. Just two weeks ago, In a To- ronto speech to the Canadian League for the Liberation of the Ukraine, Mr. Hellyer made even stronger comments about infiltration. "But that time it didn't happen to get on the front page." In that speech he said, "The level of Marxist influence in Ca- nadian government and institu- tions is increasing rapidly." He added that hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars were being used "to subsidize groups dedicated to the subver- sion and destruction of our free democratic society." He specifically said that some grants under tho Opportunities for Youth and Local Initiatives Program "are being directed to Marxist and Maoist groups." He said his suggestion of a royal commission to study secu- rity was a natural extension of his earlier comments. "Only a royal commission could hear all the evidence, some of it In camera, without Involving Innocent names. "If you start throwing names around in public, some innocent people are bound to become In- For tliis reason, he said, he doesn't plan to say too much more about specifics. But he did say that in all var- ious questions and comments about what he said, too much Political candidates believe film stars can sway votes emphasis has been placed on the royal commission on report Mr. Hellyer saw in full while he was hi tho Liberal cabinet. He said his comments were not based on anything he saw in that opposed to the edited version made "but you don't need secret docu- ments to see what is happening; just turn on the TV and there is someone talking about how the capitalist system must be over thrown." Since his comments were wel publicized, Mr. Hellyer said he has received some well-docu mented information from others interested in this area. "But unless a royal commis- sion is set up there is not much I can do with it. "Since the days of Senate McCarthy it's almost impossibl for a reasonable person to rea sonably discuss this type thing." By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Can movie stars sway votes? Candidates in the California presidential primary seem to think so, and they are employ- ing politically-minded luminar- ies In this closing week of the campaign. Voters June 6 will even find star names among the conven- tion delegates in the election. On the Democratic side Shirley MacLaine and Mario Thomas are listed as delegates for Sena- tor George S. McGovern, Leon- CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION FLY-A-THON SEE LETHBRIDGE FROM THE AIR! SUNDAY. JUNE 4TH 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. At The Lethbridge Airport 8 Aircraft will fly from Time Airway terminal at the Lethbricfge Airport from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. On tha 20 minute flight, the children will thrill to picking out their favorila landmarks in Lethbridge, from the airl 20 MINUTE FLIGHT ard Nimoy an alternate; on the Republican side Clint Eastwood is o delegate for Richard M. Nixon. The effectiveness of star cam- paigners long has been debated, but most politicians agree they help. "Stars can raise a lot oE argues Warren Beatty, who has set aside his career to organize Show People for Me- Govern. He proved his poult by staging a concert here last month starring Barbra Strei- sand, James Taylor and Carole King, with such ushers as Gol- die Hawn, Jack Nicholson, Shir- ley MacLaine, Gene Haciman and Elliott Gould. "We raised for Mc- Govern n d it was clean says Beatty. "We're going to stage another show in Madison Square Garden June 14, and we expect to raise The show will reunite famous teams: Simon and Gar- funkle, Nichols and May, Peter, Paul and Mary. Ushers will be Paul Newman, Julie Christie, G o 1 d i e Hawn, James Earl Jones, Bette Davis, etc." Among those supporting Sena- tor Hubert H. Humphrey in the campaign against McGovern are Lome Greene, Edie Adams, Eva Gabor, Raymond Burr, Patty Duke and Marty Allen. Among the Republican cam- paigners: Pat Boons, Frankie Avalon, Chad Everett, Buddy Ebsen, Helen Hayes, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hugh O'Brian, Fred MacMurray, John Wayne, James Stewart, Edgar Bergen, Ray Bolger and Julie Sommars. TODAY'S SHOW TIMES Steve Lint where are you? TORONTO (CP) Organiz- ers of the JOG Perlove Award dinner have a problem. They can't locate one of the two winners to be honored al the June 14 dinner, named after the late Joe Perlove, for many years the turf writer for The Star. Steve Lint, 25, is the winner of a award as the top 1372 graduate in journalism a Ryerson Plytechnical Insti tute. But Lint headed west in a camper truck immediately after his graduation and be- fore he heard the good news. The other winner is Sandy Hawley, one of North Amer ica's top jockeys. PARAMOUNT Saturday "The Godfather" Last Complete Show Sunday "The Godfather" One Complete Show PARA5IOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Silent Running" Last Complete Show Are you at your summer vacation weight? PER POUND PER PERSON (MINIMUM PER PERSON) Children T2 years and under Must be accompanied by an adults This advertisement kindly donated to Menfal Health by STUBBS PHARMACY LTD. EATON'S GENTLEMEN III MEN'S WEAR The_____ 'scientifically advanced, nutritionally sound, Weight Watchers'program, can help you get there. St. Augustine's Anglican Church 11 Street and 41 h South Tuesdays 1 p.m. and p.m Cardston United Church Wednesdays p.m. Taber Civic Cftntre Thursday's p.m. Don't Miss the Thrills! Spills! Action! STOCK CAR RACING Sunday, June 4th PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN TIME Time Trials at 2.00 p.m. Racing at 3.00 p.m. EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY A FULL SLATE OF C's, CLA1MERS AND B's EAAR SPONSORED BY Southern Alberta Auto Racers In conjunction with ENERSON MOTORS LTD. YOUR PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY 817 4th AVE. 5., UTHBRIOGE Special Features This Week "GO CART RACES" Boys 14 yean and under "MEDIA RACE" FEATURING DRIVERS FROM THE NEWS MEDIA innday Ihort Subjects 'Silent Running" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA iatarday Short Subjects 'Chatos Laud" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects 'Chatos Land" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Kotch" "South Of Hell Mountain" One Complete Show Sunday "Gorgon" "Creatures the World Forgot" Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbrido'! Saturday, Juno 3, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 All Evening Of Dance WITH THE JOLLIFFE ACADEMY SENIOR STUDENTS "Coppelid" JUNIOR STUDENTS "From The Classroom" Yates Centre, Monday, June 5th, p.m. TICKETS AT LEISTER'S GREEN ACRES Gales Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. LAST TIME TONIGHT 'Kotch' IN COLOR with WAITER MATTHAU 'South of Hell Mountain' in Technicolor 2 First Run Thrill Features 2 Showing Sunday and Monday COLUMBIA PICTURES A HAMMER FSODUC1ION liTil ri I li SEE Ihe sensational newslar- Julie Ege! ADULT PLUS HORROR FEATURE TECHNICOLOR'A HAIMERriLMPRODUCTION-ACOlUMBIS PICTURES RFlFic RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT 4ih AVE 8. Bth ST 3Z7 5100 TONIGHT THRU TUES. Tonight at 8 p.m. Sunday One Show at p.m. An Incredible .that Journeys toyona "silent running UNIVERSAL RELEASE Sundnv On-. ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT Tonight thru Tues. at and p.m. ADULT COLLEGE Tonight thru Tues. Tonfte at and p.m. UnMdArMl Starring Charles Branson and Jack Polance Sunday One Show al p.m. ONE CARD 9th ANNUAL ONE CARD KCINOVISION SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 Another Giant Mailer Bingo Insida each new Kcinovision Kit you'll find 6 cardi. The sixth one is free. Kits arriving in mail soon. Bo sura you in- clude all 6 numbers on each card (al top left and top right of cards) togelher with your and address with for each card to KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register cards by mall or drop off ot CJOC-TV THREE BLACKOUT BINGO GAMES RULES: 1. Only thost cards which have been vo I [doled are eligible. 3. Winners will be the person obtaining a blackout wilh least amount of numbers called. 4. Confirmed winimi will be required lo mail In their winning card. 5. If there it more lhan one winner in any one money will divided equally. The decision of (he committee will be final. 7. Get one card FREE when you buy 5 cards. If you were missed or want extra cards Writs ID KCINOVISION-Box 1490 lethbridgs Cardi available ot both Ericksen'j Kentucky Fried Chicken Outlets 3rd Avr, Mayor Magrath Dr. and 17 Ave., Mayor Magrath Drive. WEDNESDAY JUNE 7th STARTING AT p.m. ON CJOC-TV-CHANNEL 7 ;