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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Berton wont bow TORONTO CP Pierre Berton television says he has cancelled six television pro grams planned for Mexico City because of political censorship Berton said Monday he refused to submit to the censor ship of Ins taped halfhour pro grams and the presence of an official government censor in the television studio during the First they wanted us to sub mit questions in Of course I Then they told me that there would be a censor on the spot during the interviews to check up all political questions and that any answers which they did not like would be edited out of the tape after the He said he had planned to do two programs with university Other guests booked weie David Alfaro Mexican imiralist and revolu Canadian artists in festival OTTAWA iCP Ber Canadianborn duct tor of the National Ai is CVnti e Orj and Maureen Forres ilus ears Aspen Music FMi val in who will make his New York operaiic conduct or internationallyknown Canai ing debut next will con dian will appear at duct woiks by Bartok and Strauiisky with the Festival Orchestia on s Miss Forrester will sing wui by The Arts Centre Orchestra i with Bernardi conducting I and Winnipeg pianisl Diedio Irons as soloist makes iis To ronto debut March 29 Included in the program is I Classical and Miss I Irons will play Mozarts C Moxn 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 New Beatic ifenml LONDON Kernel A news1 home said v paper report thai of the IL and Ringu had chosen bock m am German born the Voorman to replace Paul Me1 The Mirror ntv as the fuuim 29vCuod of the group has been denied by the thiee membeii John Lennon tics Gcui j whose and Ruigo foi with Paul is the sub and hnd talked n ject of a legal battle rie of the group at hen Claims reiuscd CBC lo GRAND OLE CHURCH HOUSE The Red brick ond wood Grand die Opry 116 Opry will be dismantled when is com pleted next The Opry House once called the Ryman Auditorium was built in Part of the brick will be used for a cliurch in cooperate fuiuu scribed the Dally Mirror report as completely untrue Leshe a pop agent who called Lennon at his Ascot Corps headqiunci But the wi financial luuiie oi i i still going TORONTO CPi Wilton Hollywood television producer saul here the CBCs retusal to cooperate with him in a recent pro ject here resulted in several Ca nadian actors missing out on Schiller and his I eraCKS UOMll Chester recently completed a CTV coproduced I halfhour diama series called Simon filmed in Oil Cai ICaiCls Out Wed never been in Canada The Canadian nounced todav that the orches Laboi Congi ess has not changed tra will make its New Vork staral on admitting the jBi it debut next February as part of j a tour of the eastern lonary Ivan iinorhodox educationist at Cuernaaca Isela Mexican moionpicture star and Patrick author of Auntie vho now lives in payments JAKARTA Reuter The Soviet Union has agreed to sell spare parts for planes and ships to Indonesia on easy spare parts Foreign Minister Adam Maliksaid The Soviet Union discontinued the supply of spare parts to Indonesia following an abortive 1965 Communist otmp and later agreed to sell them only if Indonesia paid cash Most of Indonesias warplanes and ships were bought from the Soviet Union during the regime of the late President Schiller were auditioning Canadian but we wanted to see what work theyd done previously on film or which until llns season hadnt done drama has a limited he Trv as we we couldnt get CBC to allow us Schiller said And I tell you that several Canadian actors lost jobs on our show because we were blocked by the APPEARING ALL THIS WEEK MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 1 TONY WHITE COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTIST AT THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 2nd and 5th Street STATE North Dakota entered the Union in 1889 as the 39th VICECHAIRMAN WASHINGTON CP Ernst Eliasen of vicepresident for engineering and operations of Canadian Overseas Telecommunication was elected Monday as vicechairman of the government body of the 77nation satellite communications PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JALIV i 302 13th TORONTO CP The On tario government Monday pio claimed a law that requires car dealers to make a written record of the mileages of all ish Columbiabased United Fish llniicrl ermen Allied Workers Union to the a congress spokesman said The CLC has suggested the could be admitted if it would sree lo amalgamate mill another union working in a j similar the spokesman The suggestion was for a linkup with the Canadian Food and Allied Workers a CLC ffiliate established on Canadas East Coast The eastern and western un ions been involved in some tangles in effoi ts to recruit East cars they take in for The new passed in the legisla tures last is an effort to stop the practice of some dealers who turn back mileage indicators in used GEf THAT SUBSET A likely story But what else can you expect from that crazy cast of characters on our They can change the shape of Albertas great history but theyll never change the taste of Albertas great Lethbridge Pilsner as real and rugged as our pioneer Famous for good oldfashioned And its been that way for nearly half a centui So enjoy your own Great Moments with Albertas original Call for Lethbridge Pil i TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ISM Shell Israelis TEL AVIV AP Gunners I U1 n Lebanon shelled Israels lorthenmiost settlement Mon1 day for the second time in four the Israelis Theie were no reports of casualties or damage in the predawn attack on the Metulla Coast The CLC spokesman said the decision of the CLC executive to admit the UFAWU only on con dition of a link with a piesent CLC member union was en dorsed last year by delegates at the CLC annual convention in Edmonton and there has been no change m CLC policy since Todays PARAMOUNT Fight Pictures How Do I Love Thee1 Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects Jane Eyre Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Theatre Herted Call of Nahanni Clsv Frctzier Highlights from the battle of the Century PLUS HOW DO I THEE with Jockie Gleason STARTS Behind every successful man is an understanding or or RESTRICTED ADULT ELLIOTT GOULD IN A DAVID LWOtPFR 8RENDAVACCARO ANGELTOMPKINS SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre SUNFLOWER In Starling SophiI men and Marcello Tuesday and March 23 and 21 Tuesday show at p Adult FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre EL CONDOR In Starring Jim Brown anil Lee Van Tuesday and Marth ii and Tuesday show at 7 30 Restricted P1NCHER CREEKFox Theatre MASH In Stalling Donald Elliott Gould and Tom Wednesday and Thurs March 24 and Tuesday show at 15 p Restricted TABER Tower Theatre HOW THE WEST WAS WON In Starring James John Richaid Kirk Douglas and Debbie March at and Get more out of life Take the family to a movie COLLEGE CINEMA Gsui ot and RESTRICTED ADULT From the country that gave I A 1AM CURIOUS COLOR by DeLun CulrrtaM CINEMATON INDUSTRIES THEATRE RENTED TONIGHT FOR WILDLIFE FILM CALL OF THE NAHANNI NARRATED BY TOMMY TOMKINS MRAMOUOT CINEMA 4th AVE Sili ST STARTS TOMORROW The Owl and the topat is no longer a story foreT 3 SHOWS and 930 ENDS TON a KV n V MJMSTKiw ARAY STARK HERBERT ROSS Barbra Streisand George Segal Panavision Color ;