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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurday, Junl 10, 1972 Italy's fop movie prize Elizabeth Taylor wins award TV HIGHLIGHTS ROME (AP) Elizabeth Taylor and Topol have been awarded the 1972 David of Don- atcllo statuettes, Italy's lop movie prize, as best foreign ac- tress and best foreign actor. Miss Taylor was chosen for her role in X, Y, ,Z and Topol for his role in Fiddler on the Hoof. P h III p p e d'Antom was awarded a David as best for- eign director for Tho French Connection, NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Twenty-five songwriters, claim- ing they aren't getting their full two-cents worth per record, have filed a million anti- trust suit against 17 major recording companies. A 1909 copyright law requires recording companies to pay songwriters and song owners a royalty of two cents for eacti record distributed by the com- pany. The class action damage suit, tiled Thursday in this country music capital, contends tho 17 defendants have circumvented the 1909 law by refusing to record a song unless the song Hold Athabasca U site in trust urges Russell EDMONTON (CP) The creation of a park on the acre sile of the proposed Atha- basca university at St. Albert, would be a tragic mis- take, says Alberta Liberal lead- er Bob Russell said. Mr. Russell said a proposal to this effect by Ernie Jamison, Conservative MLA for St. Al- bert, is a disservice to the com- munity, and "does not have the NO GLARE! POLARfZED LENSES compfetely elrmtfiale annoying glatj from water highways and beaches. And now yotf ican have them in your own prescriptionl Drive more safely. See more cfearfy. Framed in our zingy new platters, squares, ovals or octagons. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses ChilcTrtn'i Magnifien Repairs Reasonable OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 c anadiun hallenge A rmed F orces uture A Military Career Counsellor will be at the Bridge Town House Motel, tethbridge, from noon to p.m., 14 and 15 June, 1972 to discuss career opportunities in Canada's Armed Forces and to take for enrolment. If you are interested, are of good character, ore a Canadian citizen, married or single, in good health and between the ages of 17 and 24, ask about the following tradesi INFANTRYMAN RADIO OPERATOR SUPPLY TECHNICIAN MILITARY POLICEMAN MOBILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR MEDICAL ASSISTANT PERFORMANCE ORIENTED ELECTRONICS TRAINING Limited vacancies exist in olher trades that the coun- sellor will be pleased to discuss with you. If you are considering University this fall enquire about our subsidized educational programs. You get paid while getting a degree at no expense to your- self and are assured of a good job when you graduate. ROYAL BANK Careers in Management SCOPE FOR INDIVIDUAL GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION SALARY FUUY COMMENSURATE WITH QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ATTRACTIVE FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAMS We have a number of openings lend- ing to management position! for in- dividual} financial or olher business experience. Successful can- didates will receive comprehensive on-the-job training supplemented by formal instruction courses followed by interesting assignments in a vari- ety of branches throughout Alberta. Subsequent openings will occur in a wide variety of siluationj which we would be pleased to discus? with in- terested applicants, Promofion ii based on merit and opportunities for advancement ore excellent. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those we are seeking should possesl at least a year or two business ex- perience preferably in a financial setting. Previous training will be carefully evaluated but in the final analysis maturity, initiative and a strong interest in working successfully with others will be the most impor- tant criteria in selecting candidates. For further information telephone or writei B. K. VYershler Employment Officer P.O. Bag Service 2534 Calgary 2, Alberta Telephone: 268-3484 or call on any of our branch managers support of the Lougheed cabi- net." The university site should be held in trust by the provin- cial government for educational use, :We need to look ahead a few years when this area will need an open university to take the pressure off the existing Ed- monton campus and we should not be stampeded into bad de- cisions just because we have a drop off in he said. Mr. 'Russell said first consid- eration should be given to his proposal to turn Big Lake into a regional park. The lake couk serve more people and could be cleaned up to provide a mul> Uple-recreation use. In a prepared statement, he ihallenged Mr. Jamison to a lublic debate on the matter. owner enters into a vnicli pays no more than Uvo- liirds ol the two-cent-a-record royalty. The suit seeks damages of lGO million. The plaintiffs were Blabb Music; W a r h a w k Publishing inc.; Jimmy Dickens Music Inc., and 25 songwriters who in- elude singer-writer Jimmy Dickens. There was no immediate com- ment from the defendants, who include RCA; Columbia Broad- casting System Inc.; American Broadcasting Companies Inc.; Capitol Records Inc., and United Artists Record's Inc. Resumes in fall NOBLEFORD HNS) The United Church Sunday School icre lias closed for the summer months. Classes will resume again in September. ELIZABETH TAYLOR WANTED IMMEDIATELY COMPETENT SALESMAN To stall the greaf line of new Chrysler, PlymoulS end Fargo Ifucks and used can and trucks. Usual company benefils and demonstrator supplied. Experi- ence not necessary. Apply In person to Lome Franz FLEMING MOTORS LTD. Corner 7th St. and 1st Ave. S. WESLEY BELL RINGERS from UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH in CONCERT St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 1818 5th Ave. S. TUESDAY, JUNE 20 8.30 p.m. FREEWILL OFFERING SPECIAL: Home Safely, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A timely localty- produced program on what steps should be taken lo protect your home wliile on vacation. Guests are members from tho City Police and Fire Departments. HISTOIUCAL DRAMA: "The Six Wives of Henry 8 p.m., Ch. 7. In chapter 6 of this repeat series Henry finds peace and happiness with Catherine Paar but power politics and religious controversy run a blissful marriage. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Once Upon a Dead 9 p.m. Ch. 13. This repeat was the pilot film for the series "Mc- Millan and Wife." COMEDY: Bless TLis House, 9-.30 p.m., CIi. 7. "Wives and Lovers" tells of Jean's amateur sleuthing and she's con- vinced Sid is having an affair. MOVIE DRAMA: "Life At The p.m., Ch. 7. Ten years after marrying a socialite and fighting his father- in-law's business methods, the youBg husband has an affair, not knowing his wife is doing the same. MOVIE DOCUMENTARY: "Tlic Finest Hours." p.m., Cli. 13 An inspiring tribute to Sir Winston Churchill, narrated by Orson Welles. SUNDAY SPORT: AAU International Champions, I p.m., Ch. 9. Track, field and judo arc featured on today's program. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. Part 1 tells of a Montana blaze that is slowly controlled by the use oE helicoopters, smoke-jumpers and a fire line. WILDLIFE: Audobon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7.. Exploring the world of birds and insects that inhabit sub- torbia. FAMILY: Wotld of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. the Fastest Paw in the is set in 1880 and focuses on a Chesapeake Bay retriever. MOVIE DRAMA: "In Search of p.m., p.m., Ch. 13. An affluent family comes to grips with con- temporary values at an outdoor rock festival. COMEDY: Bless This House, p.m., Ch. 7. With the return of the Abbott family the generation gap widens but all's well that nearly ends well. HISTORICAL DRAMA: The Odyssey, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A dramatization of Homer's classic poem. This is the first of an eight-part Italian series filmed on location in Yugoslavia, and Rome. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. The Ev- erly Brothers, Carl Ballantme, Sheilah Graham and author Dick Francis are the guests. MONDAY MOVIE MELODRAMA: "The Large 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A young man returns to his village to find himself faced with a murder charge. MOVIE DRAMA: "Hell Is For 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A small group of GIs try to convince the Germans that tltey re holding the line with a large force. Tribal conflict death toll high BRUSSELS (AP) President Michel Micombero of Burundi believes between and of the four million resi- dents of his country were killed in recent tnbal conflict, accord- ing to an interview published yesterday in the Brussels daly La Libre Belgique. He called the massacre In the East African 'country "a real genocide of Tutsis." Micombero insisted the ma- jority of the dead were from the ruling minority Tutsi tribe and ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL SUMMER PROGRAMME Bowman Arts Centre June-August 1972 COURSE: AGE GROUP DATES TIME Pottery Painting Painting Sculpture Sculpture Photography 6 and up 6-9 10-13 8 and up Youlti Adult 12-17 Jung 12-14 June 19-30 Juno 19-30 June 19-July 7 Juno 19-July 14 June 19-July 7 a.m. o.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. Drawing Pottery Pottery Drama Creative Crafls Mocrame Batik {An odull class will be offered if inlercit warrants) June 19-Juna 30 p.m. You 111 Adult 6 and Up 6 Up 13 S Up 6 (a 13 Youth S Adult Youth Adult Home Decorating Crafls Youth _ Adult Group Guitar 15 g, up June 26-28 June 26-July 7 July 4-14 July 4-14 July 24-23 July 31-Aug 11 July 24-Aug 5 a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. CREATIVE WRITING-A course for young adults will be held If LETHBRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE SHOESTRING PLAYERS-tnterviews will be held for those wish to participate in Summer Theatre for Children any afternoon p.m. at the Centre Office THE SUNSHINE PLAYERS (Opportunities for Youth) will offer a course in creative drama for under twelves mornings at tho Centre. Instructors for Arts Centre courses Cathy Evins, Bill Pratt, Joan Walerfield, Dale Ketcheson and Oldman River Potters' Guild. Course Fee is (Three There is no charge for courses marked REGISTRATIONS Mon. thru Fri. 10 o.m.-4 p.m. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE other sources have rc- the majority Jutus. Published reports have 1 a i m c d that Hutns were iercely repressed by govern- ment troops after an abortive lulu uprising. The toll has been itirnated at bet wee a and VANTED MONARCH BACK "More Hutiu were killed by he rebels than in the repres- said Micombero, refer- ring to the Hutu tribal uprising n April against liis government. Though he did not identify the rebels, his government has said hat they were trying to restore he deposed monarchy of 1969. Every person who took part in the rebellion had to be pun- he said. "Those who were not involved have not been worried. Hutus remain in the civil service and, anyway, all .hose who were arrested have not been executed." Micombero Christian .abor unions and the Belgian trusteeship from 1945 to 1SW2 for :he internal divisions. 'With my own eyes I saw cru- cified men, disembowled women, nnd children cut to he told the news- paper's special correspondent in the capital of Bujumbura. ANGLO'S Radio TV listings Programs listed by the radio and television nations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minule changes by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. if CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY Pau. Tessler Jack Newreld SATURDAY NIGHT SpoHs News Inside from Oulsldi Continental Holiday News SUNDAY Leo Dow Paul Tessier Barry Hegland CJOC Solo News Chrisllan Science Voice of Prophecy Sunday Magazine :00 Doug Arxlerswi Jetty Vcgt SUNDAY News Rob Ingram AllanMc Symphony ,_ 7-M Blackfool Indian The Enterlalners Program Hour o! Decision ___ Peter SnO'rV Big Bands BtacKfoct Indian Program, Nem John Charles John Oliver Dava King Sunshlns Evangel Concern MONDAY Jrm Elliot CflC News Spoft Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1530 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Prices Jack Thyi John Walker Probe 1220 CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr, Half Hour SATURDAY HIGHT Beryl Clark Jofin Charles JBCK Newfeld SUNDAY Leo Dow Jack Newfeld Barry Hegfand CBR Radio T010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGH1 Capital Report Jazz Canadians I den Miles Inside form the Celebrations Music De Cheinous Oulside Collage CBC Slage Continental Holiday Ne'rvs, Wlhr. Distinguish ed Carousel Wax Artlsls Cross Counlry Works Check-Up MOS'DAY Home Run Eye Opener Remember When at 6 Sunday and Friends Calgary Anthology Bush and Salon Major Progression SUNDAY Aborning Concert Children's Sunday Morning Sunday Sunday Supplement Time Signal I'll Read That Opener This Country Provincial Attain Radto Noon SiW News Sourd cT SporJ Sunday Theatre GIlmour'A Albums CLCC if CICC BrootJcasu over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen Dave Obcrg John Malakctt Carol Sears Duane Meyers Take It From Max Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Centet Hail storm activity is normal PENHOLD, Alta. Albert a hail studies project re- ported today hail activity in central Alberta, the major hail belt In the province, has been about normal so far this year. Hail storms were reported on six days in late May, most of these May 22 to 25, with a few reports of bail up to walnut size. Project officials reported that about 400 special precipitation sampling stations have been set up between Edmonton and Calgary in preparation for pro- ject hallstop, beginning June 19. The stations will provide rain and hail samples which will be analyzed to determine the con- tent of silver iodide, to be seed- ed in hail clouds this summer with the help of a T-33 jet from Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake. About 50 scientists, techni- cians, aircrew and university students arc involved in the program this summer. and 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT World of Man (c) Klahanle Crosroacfs TBA Slruggle for Border TBA Future Shock Country Canada Sutler's Beat I Spy (c) MONDAY Farm and Cliy Today Reach for lha Top Mr. Dress Up Grand Prix Encounter New Maloflry News 5-00 Autfubon (e) of Disney Alberta Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street Romper Room RlpcortJ 30 Bless This House rUcvIe: Large Rope The Rovers Jimmy Stewart Flip Wilson (c) Sunday at 9 Weekend News TUTS NaMon'j Business Summer Town Take 30 Edge of Nloht (c) Family Court Drop In Truth or Consequences Roll in' On Jha CFCN-TV Lethfarldga Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Call cf tha West University of Atr News (c) Pentecost Presets Program Hi Llghli Oil Report (d 4-HCIubtime fashions Kircgo Bingo MLA Parlcns Fraricals e Don fAesser Ycga fc) Wild Kingdom In Conversation HOTS! Kochler All Aoout Outdoor Sporlsman 55 North Mapla "--------J Pierre Berton Bewitched Dick Van Room Movie: Hell Is for Mod Squad [c> Heroes What's the Good W5 [c) BacKstage Miss Canada Movie: Ones Upon Untamed World a Dead Man. Movie: In Search News of America NfgMcap Movie: Finest Houn SUNDAY _____ Thought for Day Mai 4-H Club (c) News !c> Day of News (c} Orat Robots Oil report Rural Report PenFecost Presents Windo'iv on Britain Question Period Rex Humbard fc) David Frost Marfcel Place (c) MONDAY Lamb Chops Thought for Day We i Anotner World Anyihing You Can Do Batman fc) Family Affair Don Messer (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY Hee Haw Oral Roberts Bold Ones FAovie: Once Upon a Dead Man Mews Nichols The Human SUNDAY Tom and Jerry Groovle Goollcs Rex Humbard (c) Kalnryn Kuhrman Barrfer Reef Camera Three Face the Nation Meet tha Preii Car M Mr. Wizard Bugaloo [c> AAU Champlani Tennis Classic Kid Talk Anlrnaf World Sixty Minutes Me and 1he Chimp World of Disney Jimmy Stewart Bonanza (c) Cade's County Movie: Killer By Might Laredo (c> MONDAY 6rT5 Our World Salute Today Show Today in Monlana Concentration (e) Sale of Century Squares (cl Jeopardy (C> Who, What, Where Game News (c) Love Is a Many Splendored Thing As the World Turns News (C) The Doctors fc) Another World Edge of Night Love American Style Family Affair Lucy Show Guide fo Love My Three Sons (cl News (c) HBC Nightly News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. Tl) SATURDAY NIGHT Alias Smith an Jones (c) Lawrence Welfc Movie: Seven Days In May Long Street [c) 11 :M News News (c) Movie: Saratoga Trunk SUNDAY Farm News Christopher Closeyp This Is Ihe Life Revival Fires (c) Here Comes Doubledeckers Bull'-vfnkle