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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta G THE UTHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, Juno 17, 1972 Coal exploration bid in park turned down CALGARY (CP) Coal ex- ploration will not be allowed in Willmore Wilderness Provin- cial Park until a study ot land use is completed, says the land division head ot the department of lands and forests. Dean Lawson said that was the reply given Denison Mines Ltd. wliich sought permission earlier lids year to enter the park. The company was also turned down last year in an at- tempt to get an exploration permit. No date was given for com- pletion of (lie study. GET GRANT EDMONTON (CP) The Yukon Association of Non-Sta- tus Indians has received an national housing act grant, Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford announced today. THE ANNE CAMPBELL TOUR SINGERS Present n Goodbye Concert "PEOPLES CHOICE" I fe'U'I Statute? Tuesday, June 20, 8 p.m. Yates Memorial Centre ADMISSION-OWN CHOICE SELECTIONS CHOSEN BY THE AUDIENCE FROM CHOIR REPERTOIRE WIU BE SUNG Public reception following, courtesy of PARK P1AZA MOTOR HOTEL The new recording "CAMPBELLS ARE COM1N" and brochure available TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A semi-documentary saga of the pioneer settlers of Saskat- chewan's plains. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "Elizabeth 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A return of this BBC biography of England's great Tudor queen. Glenda Jackson won aa Emmy for her role in I Ills series. MOVIE COMEDY: "Doctor In 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Another entry iu Britain's popular satires of the medical profession. COMEDY: "Bless Tlds p.m., Ch. 7. The Abbott family battle over parental control. VARIETY: Doug Crosley Show, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Guest Is singer Beg Gibson with Neil Harris stagers and orchestra. MOVIE MYSTERY: p.m., Ch. 7. The frail wife and scheming mistress of a brutal school- master plot to kill him. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Mountain Road." p.m., Ch. 13. A U.S. major and his men are ordered to destroy roads and bridges to slow the advancing Japanese. WESLEY BELL RINGERS OF UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH in CONCERT ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 51h Ave. S. Tuesday, June 20, p.m. FREEWILL OFFERING The LelhbriHge Society MEALS on WHEELS Wish To Thank the following organizations for their support throughout the past year: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church St. Augustine's Anglican Church Baplist Church Southminsler Church MtKlllop Church St. Patrick's Church Assumption Church Lethbridgo Christian Reformed Church Hope Reformed Church Norbridge Baptist Church Pincher Creek United Church Foremost United Church Royal Canadian Legion Gen. Stewart Br. No. 4 ladies Auxiliary to Royal Cdn. Legion Friendship Lodge, LA. to UTLJ Lethbridga lodge No. 2, I.O.O.F. Fraternal Order of Eaglei B.P.O.E. Vosa Lodgs No. 579 Quota Club Women of the Moose, No. 328 Laurel Chapter, O.F.S. No. 43 Failh Rebekah Lodge No. 93 Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 Order of the Royal Purple Kinette Club Lethhr Edges L tone ties LakevTew Lions Club Kiwanls Club (Downtownl Key Club ladies, I.O.O.F. of Columbus Lethhridge Handicap Society Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Leth. and DTst. Pemmrcan Club A bake sale and the dona trans of many internsted in dividual: are also sincerely depreciated bv the Society. Many individual donation: have also been received anc far these the Society is mos appreciative. THE SUNSHINE PLAYERS REGISTRATION FOR MORNING PROGRAMS CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP June 19th and 20th -10 a.m. to 5 p.m. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE Classes 9.30 to 11.30 a.m. 2 age groups 6 to 8 and 9 to 12 years Session 1-July 4th to 13th Session 2-July 17th to 27th Session 3-July 31st to Aug. 10th Session 4-Aug. Nth to Aug. 24th NO REGISTRATION FEE! Department takes over U.S. union WASHINGTON (CP) The United States labor department was given sweeping powers Fri- day over all activities of the United Mine Workers union until new elections for top union officers- can be held in Canada and the United States. A federal court order covering the supervision ncluded a re- quest that Labor Secretary J. D. Hodgson make arrangements with the Canadian government to see that elections among tha members in two Canadian districts are supervised as well, a lauor department spokesman said. "The secretary of lahor will appoint supervisors to supervise all transactions at the national headquarters, the district head- quarters and sub-district head- said a spokesman for Hodgson. Hodgson announced his plan shortly after U.S. District Judge William B. Bryant handed down an order for a new election of lop officers. The present offi- cers include Mine. Workers President W. A. (Tony) Boyle, Vice-President George Titler and Secretary-Treasurer John Owens. Joseph A. (Chip) Yablonskl, son of Joseph A. (Jock) Yablon- ski who was murdered after un- successfully opposing Boyle in a 1969 union election, hailed Bryant's decision as "a order." SUNDAY SPORT: Sky Diving, 12 noon, Ch. 7. Bill Knolt 8t the Calgary Parachutists Assn. and Ron Lysall, head of the Ca- nadian association, talk about the many aspects of this sport. There is also a film showing advanced jumping tech- niques. SPORT: Equestrian Grand Prix, p.m., Ch. 7. Top riders from across the country jump for a place on Canada's Olympic team. SPOUT: Golf, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. Final round action in the 72nd U.S. Open from 1'ebble Beach, Calif. WILDLIFE: Animal World, p.m., Ch. 9. A visit to Kenya's Nairobi Park Animal Orphanage. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. Conclu- sion of a report on a Montana forest fire and the rescue of panic-stricken animals. WILDLIFE: Audnbon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Cli. 7. A tour of East Africa reveals the abundance of wildlife in- habiting the forests, rivers and plains. DOCUMENTARY: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of the culture, people and cities of Afghanistan. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. First of a two-part adventure when a long-forgotten tunnel leads three boys to a spooky old house and its suspicious occupants. MOVIE DRAMA: "Born p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a couple raising a lion cub in Kenya. COMEDY: "Bless This p.m., Ch. 13. Sid's problems start when the family returns from a holiday and the next door neighbor gets a cool reception when he pops in. COMEDY: "The p.m., Ch. 7. This Is the debut which welcomes viewers to the world of an apart- ment house superintendent. DRAMA: 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Tills is the premiere of a British courtroom drama series starring Margaret Lock- wood. DRAMA: "The 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Part 2 of Homer's epic poem about the adventures of Ulysses. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. Bob Cum- mlngs and his three-year-old son plus Timothy Bottoms and Karen Morrow are the guests. MONDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "Most Dangerous Man 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A fantastic yarn about a gangster whose body Is able to absorb steel. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Redhead and the 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A Confederate girl spy, a cowhand, an under- cover Union officer and a renegade colonel become involved to hold up a Union train. Acquitted in father attack case CALGARY (CP) A man accused of trying to murder his 82 year old father was ac- quitted in Alberta Suprema Court Ian Arthur Rumsey, a con- sulting geologist, was freed after Justice William Sinclair ruled that defence evidence was not inconsistent with tha circumstantial evidence pro- duced by the crown. Herbert Gordon Rumsey was found Feb. 27 with head injuries and a nearly severed par, which was later removed, in the blood spattered living room of his apartment. Dr. Michael Davis told the three day trial Mr. Rumsey lost pints of blood and coulti have been beaten with a coffee table leg that had a meta! bracket attached. The son, who police testified was at the scene with blood on his clothes and boots, told the court he found his father on the floor and struggled to get him onto a chesterfield. To visit queen LONDON (Reuter) The Shah of Iran will be the guest of the Queen at Windsor Castle next week. The Shah is due here by air next Wednesday from Switzerland on a short private visit to Britain, the sources added. I.O.O.F. PICNIC Sunday, June 18th 2 p.m. al JAMES GARRETT FARM Rebekahi and Alpha Thela Rho girls ara invited to cUencf MARQUIS HOTEL THE BEVERAGE ROOM Presents BONNIE JEFFERY TRIO from Winnipeg THURS.-FRI.-SAT. MCDONNELLS HAMBURGERS ARE 29 COME IN AND TRY OUR HAMBURGER 29c DOUBLEBURGER 49c TRIPLEBURGER o9c PLUS OTHER MENU ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM 2002 3rd Ave. S. Fast Service Says Jnisiuess ou good climb EDMONTON (CP) Con- uner demand for credit indi- itcs Canadian business is on a ood climb, says P. F. Hall, ce-prcsident ii Canadian Ae- iptaiice Corp. Ltd. Mr. Hall said in on interview at the consumer is a pretty ood judge of what he should take on for credit purchasinng, "and that reflects the state of business." The volume of business lu each of Canadian Acceptance's various operations, from finan- cing and leasing to insurance and manufacturing, was up. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ore lilted jiy the radio and televlilon nation. Any variation in program ii due to lail- mtnule chongei..by the Italians and Ii not the retpon- tlbllity of the Herald or Anglo Dltlriburora Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Mortey McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY SUNDAY MONflAY Paul Tessler Leo Dovr Bury' Clsrk Jack Newicld VW Paul Tess'er jjjjfl Oliver Barry Hegland Dave King CJOC SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Inside from Ihe _ Outside Sunday Mag; Continental Holiday Me1' Doug Anderson Terry Vogl Peler Snow Big Bands BlacJcfool Indian SUNDAY Prcgram News News Rob Ingram l-OO John Charles Atlantic Symphony P i r Blackfoof Indian Tlie EnrerteTners Program Hour of Decision Solo Sunshfne News Concern Christian Science MONDAY Voice of Proonp-ry Jim Elliot CBC Hews News, Wihr, Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grain Pnces Jack Thys Prote 1220 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark John Charles if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Jack Newfeld Parry Hegland Jack Newfefd SUNDAY Leo Dow CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Capital Report Icfentittes Inside lorm tha Music De Cheinoui Outside Dislingi Artists Anrhologv Bush and Salon Malar Progression SUNDAY 7jOO Morning Concert Children's Stories 8t03 Sunday Morning Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement Signal Jan Canadians Celebrations Collage Csnlinenlal Holiday News, Carouse! Warner's Wax Cross Counlry Works Check-Up MOKDAY Home Run Flye Opener Remember When World at 8 Sunday and Friends 8rl5 Calgary Eye I'll Read That Sound or Sporl Sunday Theatre This Country Provincial Affairs Radio Noon Sfockmarkel Take it From Hen Gllmour's Albums Max Ferguson CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cabtevision Ch. 7 Monday thrj Friday Doug Gossen Dave Oterg John Ma I a kef f Carol Sears Duane Meyers Summer Time Is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of tHe world's best radios see SON at ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Steteo and 4T9 5fh St. S. Phona 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 [Cablevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bimny Ic) Movie: Day lander! Wildlife Elizabeth R Bless This House Doug Crosley Show Country Timi News lists Tele probe 7 Wiovfe: Dlabollqua SUNDAY Fireball XL-3 Wildlife (c) ski Diving (c) TEA Future Shock Country Canada Reach for tho Top Olympic Trails CO Encounter New Majority News Audubon (c) World of Disney Bless This House Thft Rovers The Queslion Period Place [c) David Frost Nice Mrx (c) FID AY Call Of tlie Wesr Thoughr for Day Pentecost Presents University ot Air Movie: The Red- head and Ihe Cowboy What's the Good Word Another World Anything You Can Do Batman (c) BucKshot Family Affair Don Messer Cc) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CabTevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY Hee Haw Gfen Campbell Cc) Bold Ones Movie: Showboat c News News Nichols The Human Dimension SUNDAY Tom and Jerry Groovie Goolles Rex Humbard Cc) Katnryn Kuhlman Barrier Reef Camera Three Face the Nation Meet the Press Mr. Bugaloo The Doctors (c) Another WorftJ Edge of Night Love American Slyle Family ATfalr Lucy Show Guide to My Thret- Sons (c) News (c) NBC Nightly KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (CabTevision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Alias Smith and Jones tc> Wetk Movie: Boy Tem Feet Tall (cl Long Street (c) News Nevjs