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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY MOVIE Did You Hear the One About the Travelling fi 9 A turnofthoccntury piano seller challenges a hotels nowomenallowed Stars Phyllis COMEDY American Ill A photographer and his wife decide to celebrate their divorce by a hippietype sale of their Stars An drew Prine and Lesley COMEDY lied 8 7 Duke Ellington and his orchestra join Red for the wrapup show of his 17th VARIETY Johnny 13 A rerun with guests Merle Brenda Lee and Charley DRAMA The Holl 7 A deputy chief must smoke oiif bad ccps after members of the force are implicated in a rash of With Michael DOCUMENTARY Made in 7 Man at the Centre examines the technological advances which have made Japan first in and second in electronics and auto PUHAFFAIRS Our 13 A re port on pollution in the Ottawa River which is so glutted with wastes biologists fear for its WEDNESDAY JMOV1E I Saw What iou I 13 Two teenagers are unwittingly involved in a Stars Joan MOVIE Four lioys and a 7 Which of the four delinquents involved in a robbery fired the shot which killed a policeman With Frank PUB AFFAIRS i 7 Take 30 loooks at the Maritime city and its changing Program liilad by tha radio ond television Any varicilien in program idiedulM h to loi mrnulo chengei by the Uotioni tt not ih of Ho r old or CJOC fr Jews on the Hour Sports on the Half Hour N TUESDAY NIGHT Paul Tividar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show Sports Phone Bill show Wayne Barry Galloping Gourmet Nations Businpss Probe 1220 Farm Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar CHEC News on the Hour Sports TUESDAY NIGHT Paurey News Farm Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone Farm Show Wihr The Way I see it Stock Market Report Womans World Comments Way I See II Community Bulletin Board Call of he Land Cattle Prices Vcryl Tocid Jean Pauley Comments Caravan Wthr Sports CHECFM News Fifteen minutes to The Hour on the Half Hour THRU Tom Mitchell CHEC HAA Sport Report John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports The Other Side Chuck Holiday CHEC FM Sport Report Shawn Kellcy CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Chronicle Tempo Eye Opener Matinee World at Six News Short Stories The Happy Time sports Andrew Allan Guest Appearance Sill Portman High Noon Tuesday Nigh World at Eight After Noon Commentary Entre Nous Max Ferguscm Personality Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Concert Gerrusi Actuality Nathan Cohen BBC News News Weather Life of Beefhoven National News Nights A Week Hostile Witness Glenn Gould Music Past Midnight 30 19 Inch RCA 65 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Phone 3282328 CJLHTV Channel 7 Cafalevision 6 TUESDAY NIGHT Under Allack Luncheon Date Three Our Town Teleprobe 7 WEDNESDAY Par 1 Cartoon Luncheon Dole Mission Impossible Pinnochio and Qi Part 2 Don Messer Dressuu Movie Four Boys Ed Allen Anrf A Red Skelton McQueen c Tahe 30 The Bold Ones Friendly Gianl c Eclqe of Night c Man at trie Centre Che Helnne Galloping jourmel News t Our Town Expo Baseball Telcprobc 7 News c at Philly CFCNTV lefhbridge Channel 13 Cablovision 4 Today Manisirates Court WEDNESDAY TUESDAY NIGHT Bewitched Medical Centre c American Siylo Johnny Cash c Department S Our World c News Edgar Wallace Cartoons Buckshot Thoimht For Today Movie 1 Saw Whal University ot Air You Did Uncle Bobuy c People In Conflict Romper Room c Doctors Diary c Grampa Glllus Pierre Cartoons Wynnes Pad Tociay Popcye Peyton Place Bewilched KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Cablevision 9 TUESDAY NIGHT HuntleyBrinkioy News Jeannie Movie Did You WEDNESDAY Somerset c Agriculture World Turns c Our World Our Lives c Today Show c The Doctors c Tcday in Montana Another World Sale of the Century of Nighr t Hear The One About Hollywood Squares Corner Pyle The Travelling vCO Jeopardy c Mike Dnualas c Where Anrly Griffith Billy Graltam Game Cronkile News Newj r Hcw LLcrlle Call Toniqlit Show c Another World KFBBTV Great Falls Channel 5 Cablevision 11 TUESDAY NIGHT c Mod Squad c Movie Foreign Exchange K Takes Two c Jack LaLanne Secret Storm c One Life lo Live ec iir r Dark Shadows c Galloping Gourmet Lovo 1s 1 Womans World Splendorcd Thing Marcus Weloy Best of Everything General Hospital TV5 News A World Apnrt c Linklettcr Msrv Griffin All My Children Tlifll rtir Make n Deal bewitched News Ncwlywcd TV5 News c Daliny Game Hen Haw Planes Beyond Limit WASHINGTON Reuters fighter planes have been bombing a new Communist sup ply line in northeast Cambodia in tlie last well beyond the limit placed on American ground the defence de partment reported Pentagon spokesman J c r r y Fricdheim said the missions are the first flown outside the former sanctuary areas in Cambodia where troops are limited to operations with in 21 miles of the t h e raids did not represent any new policy de parture Nixon and Defence Secretary Melvin Laird had made it clear that air missions against supply lines in Cam bodia are not restricted to the 21mile The a d in i n i s t r a tion has pledged that it will discontinue close air support missions in Cambodia after the withdrawal of all American troops by June but this restriction does not apply to attempts to impede supply lines and troop infiltra Juno 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Movie Column Pola Negri Writes ovie Memoirs Meir Turns Down Suggestion JERUSALEM Premier Golda Reuters Meir has re jected Egyptian President Nas sers suggestion of a conditional ceasefire for a limited time along the Suez Addressing the eighth World Conference cf Conservative Syn agogues Meir also attacked the Soviet Union as the most imperialistic country of contemporary times and one which docs not mind sheddin the blood of She also said Israel would not interfere in the internal affairs of even if Arab guer rilla leader Yasser Araiat was proclaimed president and the country was named In what observers here consi dered a slight hardening of hei Meir reiterated Is raels insistence on direct nego tiations with the Fieiy MP Loses Appeal Case BELFAST AP Bernadette fiery 23yearold parlia mentarian and civil rights lost her appeal today against a sixmonth prison sent ence for her part in Northern Ireland riots last Her Sir Dingle immediately told the Northern Ireland Appeal Court that he would apply for leave to appeal to the House of Britains highest tribunal The appeal judges then ad journed UK case Friday and freed Miss Devlin on A crowd of s up porters cheered Miss reelected last as an independent member of as she arrived at the courthouse wear ing a red leather He Embarrassed Scotland Yard LONDON AP A West lerman seaman who embar rassed Scotland Yard security by breaking into the prime min isters house at 10 Downing Street and helped himself to jrandy and cigars was fined i25 today and ordered de Dietrich was found crouching behind a cur tain in the secret cabinet room by cleaners at Prosecutor Nigel Lumley told court Weidemann slipped into the heavilyguarded residence June 12 to steal any documents he might Detective Ivor Reynolds said Weidemann has caused similar incidents in Europe and has in fact been expelled from two countries in Europe for matters similar to Boyles Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK a columnist might never know if lie didnt open his mail The average American uses a bout gallons of directly and in his Perhaps even he spends it on the water Rich beyond the dreams of Midas are the worlds Permanent Site For Press Club EDMONTON Ed monton Press Club opened its doors today on permanent quar ending a fiveyear search involving several temporary lo Club president Bill Bodger of CJCA said the new club has applied for affiliation with the Association of Press Clubs in Canada and the United This would give members re ciprocal visiting For many until recent the city news fraternity was without club The per nanenl location is in the Ca nadian National Railways Macdonald Hotel FpR DAILY INSPIRATION NEW 274581 They contain nearly tons of an amount be side which the total gold hoard mined by man through the centuries is but a Quotable notables Nature is proving that she cant he by the likes of Shes taking the world away from the intellectuals and giv ing it back to the Robert Yugoslavia is one of the most complicated of modern notes the National Geo graphic It has a pop ulation of but the country is divided into six po litically equal The people use two speak three main languages and several minor tongues and embrace three Did you think all penguins live along the frigid shores of Antarctica most do dwell in the south polar re but a hermit colonv of about 250 of these flightless birds inhabits the Galapagos Islands in the equatorial Despite all their woes and most people still want to live A 13 year study at Duke University sug gested as three keys to a greater longevity joy in your a feeling of general hap and abstinence ffom Do car fumes affect the weather This possibility is being investigated by scien One theory is that the lead in automobile exhaust combines with iodine in the air to form lead Ity 1101 THOMAS HOLLYWOOD AP The nice thing about writing your Ethel Barry more once told is what you can leave That thought occurred to me upon reading the latest book by a film of a Star by Pola What she reveals is sometimes often Even more in triguing are the Miss Barrymores book dem onstrated her It was a rather formal account of her triumphs and the affection she held for her but it re vealed little of the inner turmoil that seems to have afflicted all Barry mo tense sensuality that dominated his screen Miss Negri devotes many pages to their affair and tells of her reaction lo death in 1926 For several months I lived a completely solitary 1 plunged into all manner of oc cult vainly seeking some explanation of the mean ing of life and I found myself going to church with greater frequency it was in the silence of chapels that I always fell closest to POLA XEGKI Traces Life Story Real Estate Treatment Unjust is why the book has sold I Perhaps the best of the genre is Man Asters My StoryShe was frank and incisive without seeking Unlike the other her book lacked the phantom fingers of a ghost she is a good writer herself and has produced several WRITES OF OTHERS In Memoirs of a Pola Negri traces with uncanny re call her1 personal relationships her mother her benefac tresss Margaret West of San where Miss Negri now lives her fellow stars of the si lent The latter will at tract the most interest for stu dents of film and those who re member the era when Pola Negri was the symbol of seductive Her first impression of Greta Garbo Traces of adolescent pudgi less clung to her but time and exercise would take care of The striking thing the feeling that behind the utter lack of worldliness and chic was the mysterious charge of personality which is com pletely thing for lack of a better star Miss Negri corrects tlie ver sion Charlie Chaplin wrote in his autobiography of their af fair Rather than say he behaved in less than a gentlemanly fash I would prefer to excuse him on the grounds that all clowns live in a world of fan SHE JILTED HIM While Chaplin wrote it the other way Miss Negri insists that it happened as she tells and she cites a Los An geles newspaper headline Pola Negri jilts The bestremembered aspect of Miss Negris personal life is her romance with Rudolph Val Her version is told with detail and She reveals that Marion Da vies was the ar ranging a meeting at a party jiven by publisher William Ran dolph Her impressions soft musical voice with jarely a trace of accent handsome but so ingenuous and desperately he was completely lacking in the in EDMONTON CP A re port by Alberta ombudsman George McClellan to the pro vincial made pub lic says treatment of a former employee of the Ed monton Real Estate Board was improp erly The report lo the legislature last spring concerning dismis sal of the employee was made available to news reporters at the start of hearings by the real estate inquiries commis headed by McLaur retired chief justice of the Alberta Supreme In the special Mc Clellan calls for repeal of sup plementary bylaws of the Ed monton Real Estate Board Co operative Listings LEGAL LOOPHOLE The requirements for supple mentary which can be approveci by the director of co operation association make it possible for them to cancel out some of the most fundamental standard the report I cannot conceive that the legislators could knowingly have provided for the Cooper ative Associations Act the meats by which Alberta regu passed by orderin council and signed by the lieu could be erod ed and amended by the mere approval of a civil He called this section of the act as legal McClellans report also says that the bureau is said to be set up for the purpose of assuring ethical real estate If this is then f respec ively submit that the cure turned out to be more deadly than the In a letter accompanying the 54page report to the Alberta McClellan said there was a dear intent for the board to control All salesmen of firms having access to multiple listings have to be members of the but the bylaws ensure that the salesmen will not have any sig nificant influence through vot the report In the McClellan recommended repeal of the supplementary7 bylaws espec ially those on discriplia ary levy of dismissal from the forced dismissal by the employ and those with the effect of nullifying a governmentissued Post Office Suspended CALGAHY rcii Wicket service at the main pest office was suspended Monday after noon Hi workers walked off Ihcir jobs lo protest discip linary action taken against a union Hob president of the Calgary local of the Cana dian Union of Postal said he walkout was to pro test action taken against Eric the unions secre Robicliaud said the offi cial disciplinary form said that he had tried to cover an error hat was made by another em ployee by locking up that em ployees valuables and placing the key in his own K c m p t o n said there should be good security on cash drawers but the security should be He no action had been taken against another employee who had admitted to a supervisor that he had not secured his cash drawer during the The code of which is open to is a tool they can use any time they want and its obvious they are The ombudsmans investiga1 going to use tion of the bureau resulted Kempton said national from a complaint in 1968 by former Edmonton real estate now living in Philipzyk was expelled from the Bureau in The report said that the charge against liim was that he made derogatory remarks about a former Kel The ethics committee of the Bureau found him guilty of the fined him and or dered him to He de clined and was expelled from the His employer at that Burton Real supported but was advised by the bureau that lie must be dis No other real estate office belonging to the Bureau could hire About 70 per cent of real estate offices in Edmonton now are members of the bu postal union officials are inves tigating charges of harassment and intimidation of union offi cials during the current postal It was expected the 16 work ers would return to work to Plunges To Death CORPUS API A 34yearold member of the Armys Golden Knights parachute Arnoldo Arrellano of was killed when his para chute failed to open during a skydiving demonstration PHILIPS COLOR TV JACKS s TV 302 13th 71100 i M PifflIN JUNDTTIBN feJUYOR I TONITE and I ADULT A TH8IUES3 8 THE BABY JANESTYLE Daily Hnrt What Ever Happened ToAun Alice Page Ruth Gordon Co IO r Rosemary Forsyrfi SECOND FEATURE BOB JACKIE HOPE GLEASON HOWTOCOMMITi MARRIAGE Crop Prospects Brighten In Southern Alberta CALGARY CP Wide spread rain last week improved crop prospects in southern Al berta and maintained the ex cellent conditions reported ear lier in the central and northern the Alberta wheat pool said Only the Peace River region missed out on the rainfall and i eycellent crop prospects there SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre THE LOOKING GLASS WAR in starring Chris toplior Jones and Halph Tuesday and Wed June 23 and Tuesday show at MILK RIVER Sunlctnd Theatre THE BIG GUNDOWN in starring Van Clcef and Tomas Tuesday and June 23 and Tuesday show at PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre BOB AND CAROL AIsTJ TED AND ALICE n star rinp Natalie Wood and Robert Culp and ISllioll Gould and Wednesday and June 24 and Tuesday show at Restricted TABER Tower Theatre THR ILLUSTRATED MAN in starring Rod Slciger aiid Claire Wednesday and June 24 and Tuesday shows at and Suitable lor Gel niore out of life Take the fomily lo n movie London Frmliug Unions Warued LONDON tCP Denis Ilam chief executive cf The I Times lias warned operating unions that the future of the London Times may be jeopardized if the unions do not i agree to ari immediate reduc i Uon in i Hamilton said in interview I he plans to shut Uvo of flic newspapers six thereby reducing operating i costs by eliminating a number of mechanical and operating j He gave he unions warning six months ago that the news controlled by Canadian horn Lord nnist pare I losses currently running about s were maintained by the areas good subsoil moisture Topsoil moisture rated at 90 per cent of capacity com pared with 75 per cent the pre vious week and GO per cent at this time last Sub soil moisture reserves increased to 85 per cent of capacity from 77 per cent last Crops showed an improve ment in their condition index from the previous Wheat was per cent of up three per Oats were up three per barley and rye each up one per cent and flax up nine per Rapeseed re mained Gates open One complete show 9 ADULT The most electrifying ritual ever seen RICHARD KARRIS as A MAN GALLED HORSE JANAVEION TECHNICOLOR PARAMOUNT New Showing ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Matinee Daily One Show Evenings 2 Shows and OLtEGli IMCNKtt TONITE and ARAAIOUNT THEATRE Man Called Short Last Complete CINEMA Johnny Cash1 Short Last Compete GREEN ACRES DRIVEIN How To Commit Mar Whatever Happened To Annt One Complete FAMILY H MAN HIS WORLD HISMUSICI STARTS THURSDAY 0 h z A r ttwwi TOMS ;