Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mountain Climbers Charged For Not Registerii Saturday, June 6, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID BANFF, Alia. (CP) Eight persons have teen charg- ed with failing to register for mountain climbing trips after their unauthorized climbs in Banff national park triggered two difficult rescue missions. Six persons were charged at Lake Louise after a helicopter was used to rescue two of them from nearby Mount Fair- view, 100 miles west of Calgary. All six are employees of a Lake Louise Hotel. One person from the original party of five persons was res- cued, as well as one ir.enibsr of z rescue party organized by other hotel employees. The six charged are Richard Waites, 19 of Montreal, John T. Antlionucci, 21. and James D. Stentlon, 23. Vjnih of Londcn. Ont., Roger K. Adams, 23, of Jasper. Brian Bush. 19. of Lizard Valley, and Edward Warren, 21 of Inglevvood, Calif. IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCEI f 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suito ft Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in oil units O Minutes from Shopping Stampede Grounds O Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIt Charged lust Tuesday after an eight-hour rescue operation by nine park wardens were Ken McLaren, 20, and AI Tay- lor, both of Calgary. Mr. Taylor was trapped on a ledge for about 15 hours after tumbling 100 feet down a gully on Mount Cory seven miles northwest of Banff. The maximum penalty for fail- ing to register with the warden service is or six months in jail. Ron Mails, acting regional director of national parks, said today that, since Mr. McLaren and Mr. Taylor had failed to register their climb "they'd still be up there" if Mr. McLar- en hr.d also been trapped. Mr. Malls said the parks de- partment is not trying to "re- strict back-country use of park and that the registration reg- ulations are "for the protection and welfare of park users." "Mountain climbing is a healthy activity, and we encour- age but there are hazards in- volved." He said registration serves a two-fold purpose. Should clim- bers not return at scheduled times, fast remedial action could be taken am! wardens could advise climbers on the trail or mountain they were going to tackle. "The ones who don't register are most likely to get in trouble. These people are mcstly in- experienced. Veterans know the dangers and register. I have given instruct i -3 n s that all offenders will have charges laid against them be- cause of the implications in not complying with this regula- tion." Mr. Mails said that people who do not register are not only endangering themselves, but also nark rescue personnel. "In order In rescue, our peo- ple subject themselves to con- c'pTieer E-d risk. "RcrricvinR an injured per- son often nuts them in'o a or.e- carious situation." Tuesday's operation involved lowering a ir'ciw 150 feet flown a mcran- l.-in facp lo roach Tavlor, wlm suffered minor injimcs. i "We have suffered no loss of 1 life or serious injury rccwntlv, but each time the risk is real. PUBLIC 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETH3RIDC7E ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANC Saturday, June 6 p.m. MOOSE HOME 1234 3rd Ave. North Music by "THE BRIDGE TOWN TRIO" MEMBERS and THEIR INVITED GUESTS Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in S3 Nos....... Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card AI! Wood Cards 5Qjj Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Musle Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities "MINT JULEPS" will b: playing In tho clubroomi. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BRAIN" In color. Starring David Niven, Eli Wall- ach and Bourvil. Saturday, June 6. Shows at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GUNS OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN" In color. Star- ring Claudia Cardiiiale, Henry Fonda and Jason Robards. Saturday, June 6. Shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR" In color. Starring Jack- Hawkins, Michael Redgrave and Maggie Smith. Satur- day, June 6. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD GUYS" In Techni- color. Starring Robert Mitchum and George Kennedy. Saturday and Sunday, June C and 7. Saturday and Sun- day shows at p.m. Adult, PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE VALLEY OF GWANGI" In Technicolor. Cowboys battle monsters. Saturday, June 6. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "WHERE WERE YOU WHEN' THE LIGHTS WENT OUT" In color. Starring Doris Day, Robert Morse and Terry Thomas. Plus special added attractions. Saturday, June 6. Show starts at dusk. TABER Tower Theatre "RUN WILD, RUN FREE" In color. Starring John Mills, Sylvia Syms and Mark Lester. Saturday. June 6. Shows at and p.m. Family. more out of life Take the family to a movie Small Republic i Won't Purchase i N-Weapons SAN MARINO (AP) republic cf San Marino pledged today not to acquire nuclear weapons for its army of 180 men. Ths grand council of the world's oldest and smallest re- public ratified the nuclear non- proliferation treats'. The decision to sign the ac- cord was announced too years ago to the inhabitants of the mountaintop country sur- rounded by Italy, and to the ceremonial army. PHILIPS COLOR TV vs RADIO S TV 302 13th St. N. ROYAL GUIDE London Guii'.c is none other than Eng- land's Princess Margaret. She is president of the Girl Guides. SECOND TIME Sophia Loren will sing for the second time in her new motion picture, The Priest's Wife. CATl'TOL THEATRE "Hot Rod "Last Last Complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Hie Lawyer' Short Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Ben One Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Hook Line and "McKenna's One Complete Government Farm OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian fanner needs a shot in the arm from the government to maintain his income and to sur- vive, Alt' Cleave toon-Biggar) said Friday. The New Democrat farm spokesman told the Commons the government should institute a broad price-support program for farn? products and provide more definite trade policies. He was introducing a motion criticizing government policies for "deliberately depressing the agricultural economy" and call- ing for government ineasiu'es to "ensure a dynamic rural com- munity." The motion does not come to a vote. "I don't think the country re- a 1 i z e s the contribution the farmer has made to the welfare of this Mr. Cleave said. The government had acted quickly to protect the textile in- dustry but it had done nothing to lock after the farmers follow- ing the unpegging last weekend of the dollar. HAPS POLICY Mr. Cleave said the govern- ment has not followed a definite pattern in its trade policy. It has opened the door wide to Australian and New Zealand beef imports at the same time it has advised Canadian wheat and dairy farmers to switch to beef. Of the government's wheat acreage reduction program, Mr. Cleave said: "I don't know how many will lull to survive '.he program but the number will be considerable." Harold Danforth Essex) added Conservative sup- port to the NDP motion, Licking off his complaints with the gov- ernment's farm policy. He criticized the government for lowering tariffs on farm pro- duce, withdrawing subsidies to farmers, restricting dairy pro- duction even with high con- sumer prices, "bribing" west- ern farmers not lo grow wheat, curbing tobacco growth and en- couraging imports of poultry, beef and pork. f LAST TIME "MACKENNA'S GOLD" IN COLOR GREGORY PECK "HOOK, LINE SINKER" IN COtOR JERRY LEWIS MONDAY and TUESDAY NDP Candidate ONOWAY (CP) Michael Crowson, 29, an Onoway teach- er, was nominated by acclama- tion as NDP candidate in the Stony Plain constituency for the next provincial election. The incumbent is Ralph Jes- persen of the Social Credit Party. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lethbridgu ROSS HO5AK, C.D.M. SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 6th POLISH HALL 13th Street North Music by "THE SOUTHERNERS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Sponsored by The Ukrainian Catholic Women's League. risaittfatnm H Robert Redlord Gene Hacknun Camilla Spar with GENE BARRY TODAY ____ HHVTSa'gji'1 thru TUFS Someone has to a s puHthepinon THE ADULT v irtf r ,m STANLEY BAKER-ALEX CORD t HONOR BLACKMAN r RICHARD OTEMBOROUGH GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. REGULAR DANCE Saturday, June 6--8.30 p.m. Music by JACK BLECH HALL IS AIR CONDITIONED MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS S.A.T.O. PRESENTS A Sky Blue Purple Level Hill Gooseberry Mountain Rock Festival SATURDAY, JUNE 6th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION The World Famous "THE ANIMALS" Plus "THE SHAMEN" plus "EVERYONE'S TONTO" Plus "49th PARALLEL" Doors Open 7 p.m. Festival at 9 p.m. MEMBERS S2.50 NON-MEMBERS S3.50 Memberships available from S.A.T.O. executive or at the door1 EVERYONE WEICOME BOWLING BANQUET DANCE 4th Annual 'Festival of Flowers Sponsored by Canadian Marfyri Council No. 5520 Knights of Columbus, Picture Butte FRIDAY, JUNE 12th A.M. St. Catherine's School Auditorium PICTURE BUTTE 9 Supper at Midnight Refreshments Available Orchestra RAYMOND CANADIANS Admission per couple Dress Semi Formal Ticket Sales will be limited to 100 Couples There will be no tickets sold at the door Phone JOHN RUDEUCH 732-4493 or JOHN HORMOTH 738-4446 for tickets Invites You To Attend THEIR GIGANTIC, COLORFUL Hawaiian Luau Featuring Internationally Acclaimed KALANI BROWNE and HIS MAUi SOUND 9-PIECE DANCE BAND with HAWAIIAN FLOOR SHOW 3 BIG NIGHTS- Thursday, Friday and Cabaret Saturday, June 18, 19, 20 GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admission by ticket only, Includes delicious Hawaiian Dinner ond Entertainment. PER PERSON, Thursday and Friday Night....... BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY NOWI Hawaiian Cabaret SATURDAY Admission 1.25 FOOD AVAILABIEI (BAR SERVICE AVAILABLE) PLAN TO ATTEND! leis for the ladies' GET TICKETS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! On Sale at El Rancho Front Desk or Coffee Shop Cashier 6th Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive South. Phone 327-5701 Ss PANAVBKJN' COtOli j SECOND FEATURE f with the drivers of Darlington-Day ttma-Bonnevilla Pike's Peak -Pomona Tulsa Charlotte -tody-A tlanta TODAY I thru TUES. THIS STORY IS CENTRED AROUND THE _MURDER TRIAL OF DR. SAM SHEPPARD flf WITHTHE RESTRICTED fc UNINHIBITED SEVENTIES ADULT COMES COMING NEXT COLOR HAROLD ROBBINS' IN 'STILETTO' 1N COLOR 1NEMA COLLEGE MAIL 328-6300' STARTS MONDAY LEE VAN CLEEF HAS BEEN DIRTY, 'UGIY' AND DOWNRIGHT MEAN NOW WATCH HIM GET VIOLENT! National General Pictures Presents ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN !a Lirxte Drcsw GasuWi Tai JJSvjiB. Technicokx- POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT COLOR 'BEN HUR7 COLOR ONE SHOW ONLY AT 8 P.M.