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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI LETHBRIDGE HMAID Mondov, Junt 4, 1973- World competitions Ballet dancers optimistic TORONTO (CP) Karen Kain and Frank Augustyn ad- mit that their chances of win- ning are slim but add that things might have been better had the Russians been more on the level. Karen, 20, and Frank, 22, left Toronto Sunday to com- pete in Moscow in the Inter- national Balletic Competition. The pair has been the pride of the National Ballet of Canada this season and has been praised throughout North Amer- ica. However, one of the obstacles facing them in Moscow is the raked stage which has a slope that can be as much as four or five feet. Karen and Frank have spent just about all their time on flat stages although they have prac- tised a bit on a small raked stage at the company studios. They know they will be up 327 2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASY! JUST CALL 327-2111 against veterans when the com- petitions start June 7 and say they do not expect to win or reach the finals. SHOW "It's sort of a horror show said Miss Kain, a tall, beautiful and graceful ballerina who is formerly from Cooks- ville, Ont. "Frank and I are at a certain level of technical agility, but whether or not we will be able to show that level during the actual competition seems to me largely a matter of luck. "I'm sure we aren't going to Russia hunting for gold medals. It would be presumptuous to expect anything more than very good experience to come of it all." Augustyn, from Hamilton, has less experience than Miss Kain but says he has had a "fabu- lous" season. "I've been lucky with the roles I've he said. "Of course I'd like to have done more of the larger rotes but I can't complain because I have been allowed to do so much and my experience isn't that wide yet." Education change needed TORONTO (CP) An opin- ion survey taken by the minis- try of education shows that To- ronto students, teachers, princi- pals, school board officials, par- ents and trustees over- whelmingly want to reverse provincial government educa- tion policy and bring back a core of compulsory subjects to Grades 9 and 10. Last September, the provin- cial government gave parents and students at least 18 years a free choice of subjects. The policy was compulsory. The provincial survey sought reaction to a proposed "core of common studies including mathematics and language j communications skills, social and environmental studies and opportunities for aesthetic and creative growth." Conductor dies ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Dr. Paul T. White, 77, con- ductor, composer and teacher at Eastman school of music for 37 years, died here at his home in suburban Henrietta after a long illness. He was one of the first musicians brought to Ro- chester by George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak Co.. when Eastman organized the Rochester Civic Orchestra in 1923. Eastman also founded the music school. Attend The Red Cross BLOOD DONORS CLINIC Gym No. 1 Civic Sports Centre JUNE 5-6-7 Tuesday, June 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 6 p.m. and p.m. Thursday, June 7 a.m. and p.m. 75 Donation Scroll will be presented to JOHN W. DOGTEROM 50 Donation Scroll will be presented to ROBERT M. LEYS and JOSEPH GREEN NOTICE OF HEARING RE: THE WELDING ACT THE APPRENTICESHIP ACT THE TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT Public Hearings will be conducted in the cities of Edmonton and Calgary for the purpose of reviewing the submissions received relative to the above Acts. Interested persons from the general public, industry and labour are invited to attend and participate. CALGARY Monday, June 25, and Tuesday, June 26, 1973 Social Room Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium 1415 14 Avenue, North West a.m. to p.m. EDMONTON Wednesday, June 27, Thursday, June 28, and Friday, June 29, 1973 Social Room Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium 87 Avenue and 114 Street a.m. to p.m. Hon. Dr. A. E. Hohol Minister of Manpower and Labour Room 423. Legislative Building EDMONTON, Alberta MANPOWER AND LABOUR PHILADELPHIA (AP) The show will go on for the rest of the year at least, but per- formers in the Ringling Broth- ers and Barnum and Bailey Cir- cus are making new contract demands. Seventy-five cluding clowns, jugglers and an- imal their first session with circus manage- ment here on renewing a three- year contract that expires in December. Now playkig in Philadelphia, they form one of the circus's two road shows. The performers want: day a week to rest from what is frequently a seven-day schedule for weeks at a time. pay for those who work often as long as four weeks without pay getting an act in shape for the road. Slop for chat Princess Alexandra cf Kent, left, meets Mrs. Margaret Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, at ths performance of Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra in London. With them is "Jake" H. Warren, the Canadian high com- missioner for London. It was the orchestra's first appearance in London, held under the auspices of the Bath Festival. Circus workers may strike FRANKFURT (AP) Con- certs in West Germany by the San Francisco Symphony Or- chestra under Seiji Ozawa were greeted in the press with a mixture of enthusiasm and cri- tical reservation. The orchestra played in Mun- ich Tuesday and in Frankrurt- Hoechst Wednesday. The Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung said: "The outstanding trait of Ozawa's music is its unorthodoxy and its suggestive color fantasy, which occasion- ally becomes almost ex- cessively exotic." Munich's Abendzeitung called the concert there "gaudy." The paper criticized Ozawa for his "spectacular but superficial ef- fects." Ozawa conducted the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from 1964 to 1970. NEW YORK (AP) Delos Smith, 68, who wrote an award- winning account for United O'Leaiy claims Nixon being crucified OTTAWA (CP) President Nixon is "being crucified on a cross of innuendo" in the United States Watergate hear- ings, says Senator Grattan O'Leary. "Forget about what he did in Vietnam or did not dp some- where else. He is entitled, as any man is entitled, to fair play and justice and he is not getting fair play and justice at this Senator O'Leary told the Senate. "I am absolutely outraged personally at the way those Wa- tergate hearings are being re- ported "When I hear men being tele- vised all over the world without the least regard for the rules of evidence, I feel horrified and despair at be said as fellow senators shouted their approv- al. Press International of his battle against cancer, died Thursday of lung cancer in hospital here. Smith joined UPI in 1931 and was appointed science editor 21 years ago. The Society of Silurians, an organization of veteran news- paper men and women, cited Smith for the account, My Fight Against Cancer. NEW YORK (AP) Jose- phine Baker, the black singer and entertainer, arrived from Paris Friday night for a four-day concert appearance at Carnegie Hall. Miss Baker celebrates her 50th anniversary in show busi- ness and her 67th birthday Sun- day. American-born, she now has French citizenship. After the concerts, which start June 5, Miss Baker will return to her home and her "Baker's 12 adopted children aged 9 to 21 who live with her In Monte Carlo. Prescription Eyeglasses Sunglasses Repairs All the Latest Styles Fran (he Leaders in Eyewear Fashion OPTICAL MlSCRIPTION CO. Thrill A Minute Auto Dare Devils Olie Anderson's T-Bone Crash Motorcycle Jump Car Carrier Jumping The skill ii the) thrill when professional stunt take) the wheels of their mavericks. TOPS IN COMEDY-CLOWNS-TV STARS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS THURSDAY, JUNE 7th Adults Children 6-10 Yrs. Under 6 Yrs. FRK The Show on Wheels All New For 73 AID LIBRARIES WINNIPEG (CP) The Man- itoba government has approved grants totalling to 30 re- gional and municipal public li- braries, Cultural Affairs Minis- ter Larry Desjardins said. The grants are being provided for the first time under amend- ments to the Public Libraries Act which came into effect in 1972. OBSTACLE COURSE SHERBROOKE, Qut. (CP) A local taxi driver, disgusted at road conditions and the number of road crews at work in local streets summed up the situation this wav: "There is barely one or two streets that don't have holes in them, and once the city hall finds out about them, they send out men with heavy ma- chinery to dig them TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Kansas City Royals meet the Red Sox at Boston. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Doris Day, Rollin', Partridge Family, Cannon, Medical Center, Pig and Whistle, Ironside. INTERVIEW: V.I.P., 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Former Democratic senator Eugene McCarthy discusses his career. Also on the program is Peter Lougheed, premier of Alberta, who chats about his background. INTERVIEW: Merv Grffln, 12 mdnlght, Ch. 13. Jacque- line Susan, Eartha Kitt, Joe'- Flynn and Jackie Veraon are the guests. TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Four 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Seven episodes hi the tenderly comic story of a marriage beginning with the wedding day in 1897. ___ RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. Morley McGIlI and Allan porary Sports; Leo Dow: Ings MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Farm News Cattle Prices News k CHEC Bell: Contemporary Farm News Music Sports News Bob Hesketh News Chec-llne Chec, Trading Leo Dow John Oliver News; Doug Marvin: Contenv We Remember: Sunday Mwn- News Sports Grain Call of the Land _ John Oliver Post Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessie- CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card MONDAY NIGHT News Stan Bailey Show Sports News World at Six Stan Bailey Show MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Bruce Bowie Show Jack Thys Jim Parsons TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Ask the Doctor CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m .-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, (Bob Concie) and Encores News and Grain prices Jack Stan Bailey Show Probe 1220 World at SIX (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaut Hour (German program) p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l 2 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Ideas News Groove Yard World at Six TUESDAY As It Warnvjp Music of Our People Eye Opener Identities World at Eight News, Wthr, Sport Calgary Eye From the Opener Five Nights a Week The World at Nine 5 CBC Playhouse Time Signal 6 :13 This Country :03 Radio Noon :55 Stock Market :03 Take It from :30 Max Ferguson ;03 Bob Kerr :00 BBC Newt :05 Home Run :30 News :00 World It Six The Lethktdge 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 scutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulationsl Next Chinook June 12th (Advertising Deadline it June 6th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevWon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Sports, Sesame Street Hollywood Squares Crossfire _ Lassie Get smart TUESDAY News Outdoor Living Wildlife _ Unlimited Marvel News, Farm and Ed Allen Children's Cinema Mon Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up Goina Places Family Cannon This is the Law U.I.P. What on Earth National News CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevijion Ch. 4) Truth or Consequences Let's Make a Nancy Miller Galloping Gour-net Joan Waterfield Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood MONDAY NIGHT News Beat the Clock Doris Day Rollin' Sanford and Son Medical Centra Pig 'n Whistle Ironside News News Merv Griffin TUESDAY Thought for Day University of Air 6-30 Romper Room Canada A M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Cartoons Parlous Francais Trouble with Tracy Anything Supermarket Do Yoga Buckshot Pierre Berton Star Trefc Life 12-00 Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: The Four Poster Somerset Another World What's the Good Word You Cm KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) NIGHT MONDAY News Baseball Here's Lucy Doris Day News Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Today Show World Today In Montana News Pyramid Sale of Century Another WftrW Hollywood Hollywood Talking Jeopardy Secret Storm Who, What, Whtre Mike Douglas Game Wild News News. News Salute to Agriculture Baffled KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIOHT Password Truth or Rookies Movie: Maroc 7 News Movie: Husbands TUtSOAY t.U Farm News Captain Kangaroo News Jack LaLanne Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young end the Restless News search for Tomorrow All My Children Make Deal Newlywed Game News Genera I Hospital One Life to Live of Our Place Three on a Match Dating Game split Second 4c30 Bewitched ;