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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Berton won't bow TORONTO (CP) - Pierre Berton television says he has cancelled six television programs planned for Mexico City because of political censorship there. Mr. Berton said Monday he refused to submit to the censorship of his taped half-hour programs and the presence of an official government censor in the television studio during the interviews. "First they wanted us to submit questions in advance. Of course I refused. "Then they told me that there would be a censor on the spot during the interviews to check upo>n all political questions and that any answers which they did not like would be edited out of the tape after the interview." He said he had planned to do two programs with university students. Other guests booked were David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican muralist and revolutionary; Dr. Ivan Illich, unorthodox educationist at Cuerna-vaca; Isela Vega, Mexican motion-picture star; and Patrick Dennis, author of Auntie Mame, who now lives in Mexico. GRAND OLE CHURCH HOUSE - The Red brick and wood Grand Ole Opry House, 116 Opry Place, Nashville, Term., will be dismantled when Opryland, U.S.A. is completed next year. The Opry House - once called the Ryman Auditorium -was built in 1892. Part of the brick will be used for a church in Opryland. Easy payments for spare parts JAKARTA (Reuter) - The Soviet Union has agreed to sell spare parts for planes and ships to Indonesia on easy payments, APPEARING ALL THIS WEEK MONDAY THRU SATURDAY TONY WHITE COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTIST AT THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 2nd Ave. and 5th Street South Foreign Minister Adam Malik said Monday. The Soviet Union discontinued the supply of spare parts to Indonesia following an abortive 1965 Communist coup and later agreed to sell them only if Indonesia paid cash. Most of Indonesia's warplanes and ships were bought from the Soviet Union during the regime of the late President Sukarno. 39TH STATE North Dakota entered the Union in 1889 as the 39th state. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE � ATlfC ' RADIO and TV JAVA 9 302 13th St. N. Canadian artists in U.S. festival OTTAWA (CP) - Mario Ber-nardi, Canadian-born director of the National Aits Centre Orchestra, and Maureen Forrester, internationally-known Canadian contralto, will appear at Claims CBC refused to co-operate TORONTO (CP) - Wilton Schiller, Hollywood television producer said here the CBC's refusal to co-operate with him in a recent screening project here resulted in several Canadian actors' missing out on jobs. Mr. Schiller and his partner, Chester Krumholtz, recently completed a CTV co-produced half-hour drama series called Simon Locke, MD, filmed in Kleinburg, Ont, "We'd never been in Canada before," Mr. Schiller said. "We were auditioning Canadian actors, but we wanted to see what work they'd done previously on film or videotape." CTV, which until this season hadn't done drama series, has a limited library, he said. "Try as we did, we couldn't get CBC to allow us screenings," Mr. Schiller said. "And I tell you that several Canadian actors lost jobs on our show because we were blocked by the CBC." NAMED VICE-CHAIRMAN WASHINGTON (CP) - Ernst Eliasen of Montreal, vice-president for engineering and operations of Canadian Overseas Telecommunication Corp. was elected Monday as vice-chairman of the government body of Intelsat, the 77-nation satellite communications consortium. sicks' LtTHBRIOGI BMWERV LTD., LITMMIOgV, ALBERTA A likely story! But what else can you expect from that crazy cast of characters on our label. They can change the shape of Alberta's great history - but they'll never change the taste of Alberta's great beer. Lethbridge Pilsner: as real and rugged as our pioneer tradition- Famous for good old-fashioned flavour. And it's been that way for nearly half a century. So enjoy your own Great Moments with Alberta's original Pilsner. Call for Lethbridge Pil! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE  FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ffiethbribg* this year's Aspen Music Festival in Colorado. Mr. Bernardi, who will make his New York operatic conducting debut next month, will conduct works by Wagner, Bartok and Stravinsky with the Aspen Festival Orchestra on Aug. 8. Miss Forrester will sing works by Schubert. The Arts Centre Orchestra with Mr. Bernardi conducting and Winnipeg pianist Diedre Irons as soloist makes its Toronto debut March 29. Included in the program is Prokofiev's Classical Symphony, and Miss Irons will play Mozart's C Minor concerto. The arts centre also announced today that the orchestra will make its New York debut next February as part of a tour of the eastern United States. MAUREEN FORRESTER- Law cracks down on car dealers TORONTO (CP) - The Ontario government Monday proclaimed a law that requires car dealers to make a written record of the mileages of all cars they take in for sale. The new law, passed in the legislature's last session, is an effort' to stop the practice of some dealers who turn back mileage indicators in used cars. Shell Israelis TEL AVIV (AP) - Gunners in Lebanon shelled Israel's northernmost settlement Monday for the second time in four days, the Israelis said. There were no reports of casualties or damage in the pre-dawn attack on the Metulla settlement. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Fight Pictures" 2:15, 7:00, 9:15 "How Do I Love Thee" 2:45, 7:30, 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:15 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:15, 9:20 "Jane Eyre" 7:30, 9:40 Last Complete Show - 9:20 COLLEGE CINEMA Theatre Rented - "Call of Nahanni" 7:00, 9:00 Labor Congress won't give in OTTAWA (CP)-The Canadian Labor Congress has not changed its stand on admitting the British Columbia-based United Fishermen and' Allied Workers Union to the CLC, a congress spokesman said Monday. The CLC has suggested the UFAWU could be admitted if it would agree to amalgamate with another union working in a similar field, the spokesman said. The suggestion was for a link-up with the Canadian Food and Allied Workers union, a CLC affiliate established on Canada's East Coast. The eastern and western unions have been involved in some tangles in efforts to recruit East Coast fishermen. The CLC spokesman said the decision of the CLC executive to admit the UFAWU only on condition of a link with a present CLC member union was endorsed last year by delegates at the CLC annual convention in Edmonton and there has been no change in CLC policy since then. ENDS TONIGHT Ctay - Frazier Fight Pictures Highlights from the battle of the Century PLUS :" "HOW DO I THEE' in. with Jackie Gleason PARAMOUNT 4Ui AVI K. htli \7  J.'l !>I00 STARTS ___TOMORROW Behind every "successful" man is an understanding woman  . or two  .or three! "I LOVE MY...WIFE" "I LOVE MY... WIFE" RESTRICTED ADULT ELLIOTT GOULD IN A DAVID LWOLPER Production "I LOVE MY...WBFE" BRENDAVACCARO  ANGELTOMPKINS Tueiday, March 23, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 7 New Beatle story denied LONDON (Reuter) - A newspaper report that Beatles John, George, and Ringo had chosen German - born guitarist Klaus Voorman to replace Paul McCartney as the fourth member of the group has been denied by John Lennon. Lennon, whose partnership with Paul McCartney is the subject of a legal battle here, described the Daily Mirror report as "completely untrue." Leslie Perron, a pop agent who called Lennon at his Ascot home said there was no chance of the Beatles making a comeback in any shape or form at the moment. * The Mirror report said that 29-year-old Voorman had known the three members of the Beatles Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, for some time and had talked over the future of the group at their Apple Corps headquarters here. But the legal wrangle over the financial future of the group is still going on. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "SUNFLOWER" - In Technicolor. Starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 23 and 24. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "EL CONDOR" - In color. Starring Jim Brown and Lee Van Cleef. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 23 and 24. Tuesday show at 7:30 p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "MASH" - In color. Starring Donald. Sutherland, Elliott Gould and Tom Skerritt. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 23, 24 and 25. Tuesday show at 8:15 p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER - Tower Theatre "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" - In color. Starring James Stewart, John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Kirk Douglas and Debbie Reynolds. Tuesday, March 23, Shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Family. Ott men out of life - Take the family to a movie Wed. and Thurs. at 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT From the country that gave you, "I A WOMAN," "INGA"and "I AM CURIOUS CftllOW" COLOR by Mum DMrfeuMby CMEMATIONMDUSTHEt THEATRE RENTED TONIGHT FOR WILDLIFE FILM "CALL OF THE NAHANNI NARRATED BY TOMMY TOMKINS \ll PARAMOUNT 4(1. AVI K Hth SI  T2/ blOO STARTS TOMORROW The Owl and the Pussycat is no longer a story � for rlldren. RESTRICTED ADULT ENDSTONITE 'Jane Eyre' in color with George C Susannah . _ COLUMBIA PICTURES AfB haswr FflODUCTIONS PRESCN f ARAY STARK HERBERT ROSS Production Barbra Streisand George Segal Panavision � Color *� The Owl and the Pussycat ;