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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UIHBRIDGE HERALD Thursclny, June 1972 MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "WATERLOO" THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. If no bingo called offer 59 nos., we will 'of NO ONi UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS WTERTAINMENf for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JUNE FRIDAY.JUNE SATURDAY, JULY CANADIANS" Gas pipeline guides set out OTTAWA (CP) In the ex-Alaska to the general vicinity of pectatioii that an application to build a gas pipeline in the Cana- dian North is only weeks away, the government Wednesday tabled in the Commons addi- tional guides it.expects the ap- plicants to follow. Tile guides involve a transpor- tation corridor which would in- clude both gas and oil pipelines, an all-weather road to the Arc- tic Ocean along with power and communication lines. They are required "to minimize environ- mental and social disturbance and to ensure maximum bene- fits to northern residents and the government said. Applications to build one gas and one oil pipeline can be re- viewed by year's end along two possible routes said the govern- ment. One route is along the Mac- kenzie Valley region from the Arctic coast to a provincial boundary, either Alberta Manitoba. The second roule would be across the northern part of the Yukon, cither adja- cent to the Arctic coast or through the northern interior re- gion, from the boundary of THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY "SCARLET IMAGE" From SASKATOON at She MINERS' MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY REPLACES BLOCKER Tim Matheson, a new regu- lar cast member, will be In- troduced on the "Bonanza1 television program to replace the late Dan Blocfcer. Blocker who was on program since 1959 died last month. ort McPherson, and thus to 'in the Mackenzie corridor. TST HIGHLIGHTS for good engi- eering practice must be met to nsure that pipelines are con- ;ructed and operated in the in- erests of good environment so as to avoid or minimize adverse ffects on the terrain, rivers and vegetation, especially that egetation used by mammals md waterfowl. hazards are minimal, aid the government, there must be adequate plans to deal vith oil leaks and spills, pipe- line rupture and fire, including ontainment and clean-up oper- itions. effective plan must be Jeveloped for an environmental education program for field per- ionnel prior to and during the instruction phase. for the preserva- ion or salvage-excavation of ar- :haelogical and historical sites. On the social side, the govern- ment said it is ready to discuss rcaty and land claims of the ndian people and uny decision o go ahead with the pipelines ;'will be without prejudice to In- dian land claims and treaty rights." NATIVES GET PRIORITY Indians, Eskimos and Metis of the North are to be given, prior- ,ty for work on the pipelines. The guides insist on industry providing courses to provide them with the skills required along with upgrading courses and on-thc-job training. Special benefits given lo southern workers, such as hous- ing, isolation pay and time off, must also be provided to north- ern workers. Northern businessmen and or- ganizations, such as the native must encour- aged to bid DO contracts, such as land clearance and for the supply of goods and services during construction and opera- tion of the pipeline. Construction must be careful, must keep to a minimum any interference with traditional hunting, trapping and fishing areas. Easy Choice. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYB WHISKY JOSEPH i. SEASRAM 4SONS LIMITED WATtRLOO, ONTAWO. CANADA 25 01. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and bottled by Joseph E. Seagram Sou Ud., Waterloo, CnL BRINGING SOUL TO CLASSICS James Frazier, 32, who last fall became the first black and youngest Ameri- can lo ever conduct the Soviet Union's prestigious lenin- grad Philharmonic, is continuing his love affair with great music, lie is also rying lo bring "soul" to trie classics and the classics to his soul brothers and sisters. Frazier is one of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's three regular conductors. New law changes fuss A specialist attached to the Society, the general profes- ional organization for solici- ors, said the committee's ugges lions for abolition of the ight of silence are extremely omplicated and somewhat dis- urbing. Tiie so-called police caution equires an officer to tell a sus- jecl that he is not obliged to ay anything unless he wiihes o do so. In place of this requirement, lie headed by Lord uslice Edmund an accused person should be u'ven a written nolice advising lim to mention any fact on which he Intends to rely in his [efencc. LONDON (CP) Recomman- dations calling for a shift in the balance of criminal trials so as to strengthen the hand of the prosecution have stirred up widespread controversy in Brit- ish legal circles. The recommendations were made yesterday by a govern- ment-appointed committee and, among other things, would allow wives to be called as witnesses against their husbands, end the "police caution" and restrict the right of an accused person lo stay silent. An editorial in Tho Times says that "changes can be justi- fied only if they can be made without removing any proper safeguards for the innocent." But Tony Smythe, general secretary of the National Com- mittee for Civil Liberties, argued that implementation of the committee recommenda- tions would leave defendants a position of fighting for Uicir liberty with one hand tied be- hind their hacks. "The burden of the report as a whole is to dismantle what- ever safeguards are now pre- sumed to exist against police error, police malpractice anc the ignorance and inade- quacy ol Smythe said. The report, however, reflects an opinion in some influentia" quarters that the criminal law in Britain is proving inadequate for dealing with hardened pro- fessional criminals. Home Secretary Reginald Maudb'ng said that the commit tee's 258-page report provides a "framework for early and necessary reform." On the other hand, Jeffrey Gordon, general secretary o the British Legal Association said enactment of the recom mendations can place the whol concept of justice in Britain a stake. The association represents th views of a number of solicitor about the state of their profes- sion. HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: p.m., Cli. 7. Two sisters compete for the lille of Rose Bowl Queen. DRAMA: Night Gallery, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Two chilling! stories: 1. a surgery instructor who's unconcerned about the source of his cadavers, and 2. a wife whose husband is lit- erally worrying her to death, MOVIE DRAMA: "The Big 0 p.m., Ch. 7. A violent story about a tough cop's search tor his wife's mur-, derers. DOCUMENTARY: Quality of Lite, p.m., Cli. 13. An examination 'of the conditioning techniques used to train severely retarded patients and the Manitoba School For Re1- tardates. SPORT: CFL All-Slar Gnmc, p.m., Ch. 13. Re- telecast of the game played at Calgary Wednesday. SCIENCE FICTION: "Battle of the p.m., Ch. 7. Scientists on a Pacific island discover that a myster- ious planet is going to collide with earth. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Make Mine a 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A young man becomes a TV celebrity after gelling in- volved in behind-the-scenes corruption. MOVIE COMEDY: "A Touch of 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A military man dreams up a scheme to make it he has defected to the Russians with secrets so he can sell; his memoirs to obtain money to marry. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL n the LOUNGE Songs by "RIA" n the CABARET "THE SAINTS" from CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE The Lethbridge and District Exhibition Proudly Presents ORIGINAL AND ROYAL LIP1ZZAN STALLIONS OF AUSTRIA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF COL. O. J. HERRMANN PERFORMING THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS EQUESTRIAN BALLET "AIRS ABOVE THE GROUND" AS SEEN ON TV, IN THE WHITE STALLION MOVIE, AND FEATURED IN VARIOUS BOOKS AND MAGAZINES. 30 HORSE BALLET TONIGHT and FRIDAY at 8 p.m. in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Advance TicVett at MUSICIAND, ItlSTER'S, MARCEl'S and DOUG'S ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings listed by the radio and television stattonSr- Any variation in program icheduFe is duo to mlnute change} foy the stations and is not the sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. if CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY N10HT paul Tesslcr Checllne Dav6 King FRIDAY Jaefc Neufeld Bury! Cfark Dave King CJOG THURSDAY NIGHT at John Walker Request Una John Charles Terry Vogr News MOM. THRU SAT. Don McMasler Show FRIDAY Jim Elliot Wayna Barry Pfobe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News and Grata CBC News Prices News, Wthr. Sport Jack Thyj Phone Dill Show John CHEC FM Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Sporls Concerts (Bob Consle) Don MacWsstt Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Chamber Eye Opener Pun Music This Country Hum. Run winnipeq orchestra Radio Noon AS II The Inner Ear Stockmarket Muslcscopo Take it from Here TO'OO News, Wthf, Sports FR1PAY Max Ferguson tin Capllals Eye Opener Home Run Flvi Niatits a Week World et Eight Vrtrld al Six CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevisitm Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Duane Meyers Major News Mafor News Malor News Doug Gossen Dave Oberg John Malakoff Sears This Summer Take A SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! Ali sizes 9" and 11" Portable TV's in stock. at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and ftkotojfiapliic Centei 5th St. S. Phons 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabtevision Ch. 6) 7 McHale'5 tlavy Movie: Baltle ol Movie: Mate Mine the Worlds tc) A Million Clly Summer Town Today Take 3D Mr. Dressup Edge of Night Friendly Giant Family Courl Helena Drop In 11.00 Sesame Slreet Truth or Romper Room Consequences THURSDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences (c) Lei's MaVe a Deal 6-00 Tele probe 7 Movie: Peggy (c) Night Gallery Movie: Big Hear News CFCN-TV Lcthbridge Channel 13 (CablevisTon Ch. 4J THURSDAY H1GHT News News (cl Today in Montana Tne Doctors Ic) Concentration Another of u..n Hollywoal M Adventure Thtafre Jeopardy {cl Family Affair 10-00 News Who, Wlial, Vlttirt Lucy SHOT (cl !ol30 ToVrfgM Shw Game (c) Amnfeur's Guilt FRIDAY to Uve (.15 Understanding Our Love Is 9 Many '-M News World- Splendored TMng News KFBB-TV Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIOHT News (c) Ntvn Bratfy Bunch Tiger Makes Out Look and TV-5 Al Perry Movie: Wdlusl (Cl FRIDAY NAaXe Deal f.K Farm Newj Game News News (c) Captain Kangaroo Secret Dinah's Place one Life to JacK LaLannn I'M Oayj of Our UVM Audrey General Hospllal Galfopinq Gourmet Thres on a Malct Wlx-re ihe Heart Is Ualing Game All My Children Hcwl ;