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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LEfHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 8, 1973 SILEM TREATMENT FOR ARMY CADET NEW YORK Uteuter) The United States military academy Wednesday gradu- ated 939 of whom had spent his last year and a half at West Point totally ig- nored by his 3.800 fellow ca- dels. James Pelosi, who received a second lieutenant's commis- sion in the army, had endured a ''silence" imposed upon him by fellow cadets because of ail alleged honor code viola- tion, according to the New York Times. Pelcsi. 21. was accused of completing an answer on an examination paper after the allowable time expired. Although the accusation was later dismissed because of a technicality, the cadet honor committee ordered Pe- losi "silenced.'' This is a rarely-imposed, unwritten provision of the ca- det honor code that calls for complete social ostracism of a cadet who refuses to resign from the academy after being found in violation of the honor code. As a result, has maintained he was innocent was forced to room alone and eat alone and for more than a year he was completely ig- nored by his fellow future-offi- cers all but necessary offi- cial business. The New Mcmagemenf of the 510-3rd Ave. S. invites you to listen to the sounds of "THE IMAGE" GEORGE GETTY No foul play suspected ill death FRSDAY and SATURDAY LOS ANGELES (AP) j lice said today there was no 1m- 'a mediate evidence of foul play in the death of George Franklin Getty II, eldest son of billion- aire J. Paul Getty. Investigators awaited the out- come of an autopsy before ex- panding an investigation of his death. George 48, an oil executive, died Wednesday in hospital of what a Getty Oil Co. spokesman said was a cerebral hemorr- hage. Police said a preliminary probe showed Getty had a su- perficial stab wound in the chest. They said Getty was cooking outdoors Tuesday night when he fell on the decking around a swimming pool at his home and stabbed himself with a knife he was carrying. "The wound was superficial, about three-fourths of an inch a police spokesman said. Gerry became unconscious later in the night and was taken to the hospital in a private am- bulance. LETHBR.1DGE MUSICAL THEATRE 1973 FALL PRODUCTION PRELIMINARY AUDITIONS and CAST REGISTPATEON FRIDAY, JUNE Bfh at 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRA FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE DICK MELLS 328-2341 OR 328-5228 EVENINGS Progressive Conservative MP Peter Reilly (Ottawa West) was less than generous the other day regarding the action of 16 Conservatives who split with the party and voted against government bilingualism pol- icy. The party caucus, he said "should kick all 16 of including Diefenbaker out on their ass." He made the statement in an interview outside the Commons. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker, following an at- tack on government efforts to create a functionally bilingual public service by 1978, led the 16 MPs who opposed the gov- ernment resolution. After the vote, Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said he did not see the 16 as rebels and said their decision indicated "their dissatisfaction with the implementation of the Official Languages Act." Princess Anne and her fian- ce, Lieut. Mark Phillips, will spend their second successive weekend together in Germany, officials said here today. The 22 year old princess, whose engagement was an- nounced two weeks ago to the 24-year-old army officer, will travel from Berlin to Bergen Hoehne where the lieutenant is stationed. The princess, f staying with relatives in West" Germany, was taken on a tour of West Berlin Wednesday by the city's mayor. At Bergen Hoehne she will be the guest of Lt.-Col. Maurice Johnston, commanding officer of her fiance's regiment, the Queen's Dragoon Guards. During the weekend both she and Phillips are expected to at- tend the Shine army horse show. She is due to return to London Monday. British Columbians have a lengthy period of suffering ahead of them, says W. A. C. Bennett, who served them for 20 years as Social Credit pre- mier. "They have a God-given right to suffer more; they will suf- fer, suffer and he said in an interview following his announcement in Kelowna that he was resigning from the Oka- nagan south seat he had held No challenge to abortion law ruling HELENA, Mont. (AP) At- torney General Robert Wood- ahl says he will not challenge a federal court judge's ruling that Montana's abortion law is unconstitutional. Woodahl said that after studying the decisiion he and his staff can see no legal basis for a challenge. The federal judge's decision has voided Montana's power to regulate abortion, and Woodahl has not given his opinion on whether the legislature should call a special session to pass new abortion laws. PETER REILLY Kick them ont in the B.C. legislature for 32 years. "You tell them not to touch the hot stove of scciaism and thev put their hand on in any- said Mr. Bennett. "They tells them they are going to suffer." He said the forthcoming Okanagan South date has been set for be the most important in the history of the province. "It is going to show the way the province is going to go." Moshe Dayan, the one-eyed war hero, is the most-popular man in Israel, public opinion polls say. But his name is never mentioned in the search for a successor to Premier Golda Meir, who at 75 is talk- ing about retiring. The defence minister says: "There is no chance of my being prime minister." Dayan, 58, is becoming alien- ated once again from Mrs. Meir's dominant Labor party, and with national elections five months away, the party faces a possible split. The ordinary Israeli is too used to such threats to get ex- cited. In 1956, Dayan broke away from the party and went temporarily into parliamentary opposition. Just before the 1969 election he almost did it again. Deepest well spudded CALGARY (CP) deep- est well ever to be attempted in the Canadian Arctic Islands was spudded at 12 noon MDT Thursday by Panarctic Oils Ltd. at Drake Point on Melville Island, the company's president announced. Charles R. Hetherington said the well, Panarctic et Al Drake D-68, was scheduled to go to a depth of feet to "test a number of deep prospective horizons below the main pro- ducing sand in the Drake Point gas field." He said the well was being drilled in participation with six other companies Home Oils Co. Ltd., Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., Republic Resources Ltd., Ash- land Oil Canada Ltd., Canadian Superior Oil Ltd. and Conven- tures Ltd. Drake Point was the location of Panarctic's first gas discov- ery. Mr. Hetherington said the new well is located near the initial discovery well. This deep test is one of the most exciting projects under- taken to date by Panarctic be- cause the best place to find oil and gas is in the deeper zones below production in a known field." A company source said the find is expected to be one of the largest in North America. He did not elaborate. Air service gets approval CALGARY (CP) Interna- tional JetAir has received ap- proval to extend its Inuvik, N.W.T. Whitehorse, Yukon Route to Fat Nelson, B.C., the Calgary based airline an- nounced today. Gordon A. Arnell, company president, saif the extended service will start Sept. 1, with two flights a week. He also said his company has applied to the Air Transport Committee in Ottawa for per- mission to fly scheduled pas- senger service between Ed- monton, Grande Prairie, Alta., and Dawson Creek, B.C. YOUTH BETWEEN 16 AND 20 Almost a complete year, without cost, of work, travel and exchange with other youth in Canada and in another country: Cameroon, Malaysia, Mexico, Tunisia, Yugoslavie... There are still some vacancies for young workers, male female, in your region. You should register before June 15, 1973. Ask for the tabloid. Regional Office P.O. Box 1798 Edmonton, Alberta Jeonesse CanadafTlonde Canoda LUodd >buth ALBERTA BLUE CROSS PLAN Effective July 1st, 1973, Blue Cross is introducing a new Deductible-Free, Co-Insurance-Free Group Contract. Members enrolled in Groups that select the new Contract will be reim- bursed under the terms of the contract for expense incurred for the following: Hospital (semi or private room) Prescription Drugs Ambulance Clinical Psychologist Artificial Limbs and Braces Home Nursing Care Accidental Dental Care Naturopathic Services There is no limit on Hospital Services Benefits. There io an overall Benefit limit for any one illness or disability under all Other Services. Benefits are available from the first dollar of expense incurred due to the absence of a deductible and prescription drugs are reimbursed Monthly rates for the new Group Contract are as follows: SINGLE CLASS 41 3.40 FAMILY CLASS 42 6.80 For further information on our new offering, please complete and mail coupon below. r TO: The Alberta Blue Cross Plan, 10025 108th Street, EDMONTON. Alberta. T5J 1K9 NAME OF COMPANY ATTENTION OF ADDRESS C1TYORTOWN NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES D Check (j) if your firm is presently enroled in the standard Blue Cross Group Plan. ALBERTA BLUE CROSS PLAN TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY COMEDY: Bob Newlwrt, p.m., Ch. 7. Bob needs some peace and quiet so moves to a hotel room and friends get the impression Bob and Emily have split up. COMEDY: The Odd Couple, I p.m., Ch. 7. Comedian David Steinberg guest stars as himself as a talk-show host Oscar is induced to appear on the show with unusual results. MOVIE MYSTERY: p.m., Ch. 13. A murder mystery about a black private eye trying to clear a radio talk-show hast. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Our Man 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A spy spoof about an agent who matches wits with a bevy of beauties. MOVIE WESTERN: "Three Violent a.m., Ch. 7. An ex-Confederate officer and his wife face crises in post-Civil War Texas. SATURDAY SPORT: International Rugby, 12 noon, Ch. 7. Canada's top rugby players meet the Welsh national team at Toronto. SPORT: Baseball, 12 noon, Ch. 9. The Cincinnati Reds meet the Cubs at Chicago. SPORT: Belmojit Stakes, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. The 105th run- ning of the Belmont Stakes and a win for Secretariat would cinch the Triple Crown. SPORT: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 13. Top players on the tour compete for in a 13-week elimination series. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Boxing and auto racing are featured, the former at Charlottetown and the latter in British Columbia. 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 ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler CHEC-FM SATURDAY News Buryl Clarke News Buryl News News; Doug Warvln Music Remember Buryl Clarkt News Sports Buryl Clarkt News Buryl if CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whirr, Bill Mathesun; Sport Brenf Seely and Don Maclean; Perm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGHV Jim Parsons Jim Elliot News SATURDAY 3-00 Stan Bailley Show News Soccer 6.05 Jack Thys Sports News, Wthr, Sports Newt 1220 World at six Stan Bailley Bruce Bowie Show 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 Redman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS t p.m. Concerts, Overturei and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-3 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) J-6 p.m. Don Hedman f p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturts and Encores (Bob Concie) Radio FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News New; World at Six As It Happens Between Ourselves Music West News, Sport, Wthr. From the Capitals CBR 1010 Calgary Five Nights a Week 9; My Word 10 Progression SATURDAY Sounds Saturday Hews Notice Board News The GlumJ 30 Family Favorites 03 This Country in the Morning (PI. 1) H Time Signal 03 This Country In the Morning Pt. 2) :00 News 10 Our Native Land 63 Saturday West :03 I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's URGES? Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY News CO Wrestling Hollywood Squirts CJOC News Get Smart News Bob Newhari Odd Couple Here We Go Again M.A.S.H. Crossfire Movie: Three Violent People SATURDAY Plnocchlo Wizard of 0; Fllnstone Hour All in the Family Spiderman Tommy Hunter International Dean Martin Rugby Belmont Stakes Claire Olson Simon MD Bugs Bunny Father, Dear Father Mission Impossible Song Sung Blues All Around the Circle Leonardo Da Vinci CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Star Trek News Beat the Clock The Brady Bunch Sonny Cher Movie: Tenafly FBI News Double Feature: 1. Our Man Flint 2. Go TO Blazes SATURDAY Thought for Day University of Air Hawkeye Watervllle Gang Puppet PtOple Story Theatrt Buckshot Musical Friends Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest Wrestling World Champion- ship Tennis Wide World of Sports News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) PRIDAY News News Hee Haw Sanford and Sen All In Family Mission Impossible Medical News Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Tclecourst Amazing Chan Scooby Doo and the Pussycats Flintstcncs Archies Fat Albert Bugs Bunny sabrina Baseball Belmont Stakes American News The Walton! Emergency KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY PiMword News Truth er Consequences Brady Bunch Partridge Family Room 221 Odd Couple Love American Style Movie: Where The Monkees Were You When the American Lights Went Out? SATURDAY Newt H. R. Putnsfuf Jackson 5 The Osmonds Superstar Movie Brady Kids Bewitched Kid Power Funky Phantom Bandstand CBS Children's Film Festival Judy Uynn Show AMtinee. The Said No World of Sports Reasontr Report Animal World Little People coo The Last King er Amtrlu ;