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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD _ Saturday, March 24, 1973 New director of orchestra EDMONTON (CP) Mon- treal-born Pierre Jctu has been appointed music director and conductor of I he E d m o n ton Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Jetu, associate conduc- tor of the Detroit Symphony Or- chestra since 1970, was select- ed from, three candidates. Clarkes urges better deal for small communities By PAUI, JACKSON OTTAWA Alberta MP Joe Clark lias made a vigoroits plea in the House of Commons for a realistic and sensible approch Proudly Presents 'SOFT AND WARM' (DIRECT FROM DISNEYLAND) Starting Monday, March 26 in The Tavern DONT MISS THIS FANTASTIC TRIO No one will be allowed lo enter premtfei without proper Identification if to requested by the attendants MANAGER "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Avc. S. BLOCK BROS. Open 9 lo 9 Guaranteed home trade Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Loans Homo N.R.S. Calalogue Realtor Phone 328-2356 N.R.S. M.L.S. ANOTHER Winston Churchill High School PRESENTATION by big government to the people who live in small Canadian: communities. Mr. Clark Moun-j tain) said just because some ex-' perls have said Iliat within a few years the majority of Cana- dians will live in twelve major urban centres doesn't mean it has to happen or even that it should happen. The Progressive Conservative MP said this nation, unlike other countries which have their rural re- sources, still has the lime to make a decision for a country with more balance and variety. Speaking lo a debate to amend the National Housing Act, Mr. Clark attacked the Liberal government for its fail- ure to deal with small commu- nities in an equitable manner. He was particularly annoyed at the government for the way it dealt with residents of towns- ites in national parks. Three na- tional Jasper and Waterton within his constituency. Mr. Clark claimed thai Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford when trying to dodge the hous- ing issue did so by saying that the federal government had no jurisdiction in certain areas- hut, said the Alberta MP, the minister could not use that ex- cuse when it came to housing conditions in national parks. Ot- tawa had the sole jurisdiction in this area. 'In the townsites in the na- ional parks, which I represent, the housing crisis is a scandal and it has been for years." He said that as well as the national many other nadians are suffering in- adequate housing in areas also within federal jurisdiction. "It is the shocking fact that te people in Canada wltose needs in housing are most acute and least recognized arc those who dwell within the exclusive domain of the federal govern- ment. "I refer to the people trapped in the colonial tentacles of the Indian and Northern Affairs De- people, north- ern people as well as residents of the national said the Alberta MP. Mr. Clark said the govern- ment had to recognize that when dealing with housing pol- icy it wasn't simply dealing with the subject of accom- was dealing with social, cultural, ecnomic pol- icies and with the people of the nation as a whole. 7 Mr. Clark was highly critical of the government's failure to give small communities a fair deal. He said Ottawa had sen- tenced to death some small and older com munities which ac- tually had a lot of natural life still left in them if only they were given "an even break': through sensible national pol icies. Loyal Order of Moose Social and Dance SAT., MARCH 24-9 P.M. MOOSE HALL Music by THE LONGACRES MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES Province oF Alberta Provincial Annual Meeting Friday, March 30th p.m. at Holiday Inn Public is cordially Invited EXPERIENCE! SEE! HEAR! ENJOY! Incomparable Singing Magnificent Music INTERNATIONAL STARS Maria Pellegrini Covent Garden Opera Ermanno Mauro Covent Garden Opera Renee Carenne Bucharest Opot-a Alexander Gray Canadian Opera Co. Claude Corbeil Montreal Opera Co, Peter Milne Canadian Opera Co. Stefan Minde Cnoductor James Beer Chorus Master Puccini's opera, La Bohemc Alexander Gray Artistic Director Herman Geiger-Torel Stage Direclor FULL SCALE STAGE PRODUCTION AUDITORIUM JUBILEE CALGARY FRIDAY SATURDAY 30 MARCH 31 TICKETS Available in Calgary BAY DOWNTOWN MARKET MAU CHINOOK TICKETOKIUM tO (TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The St. Louis Blues meet the Canadiens in Montreal. World Premiere, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. "Chase" and "Partners in two pilots for possible series. MOVIE COMEDY: "Those Fantastic Flying 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A farce about tlie launching of the world's first moon socket. MOVIE COMEDY: "They're a Wicrd 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Financial headaches and a language barrier hamper an Italian immigrant in Australia. MOVIE COMEDY: "Flower Drum Song" 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The conflict between Old World parents and their modern-thinking offspring. MOVIE DRAMA: 1 a.m., Ch. 13. Sophia Loren as an Austrian Jew brought to 1948 Israel to help locate Iter husband. SUNDAY SPORT: Skiing, 12 noon, Ch. 11. Amateurs from 12 coun- tries compete in the last of 24 events toward the World Cup. SPORT: NHL Hockey, 1 p.m., Ch. 9. The St. Louis Blues meet the Flyers at Philadelphia. SPECIAL: Easter Seals, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Premier Loug- heed, John Helton, honorary Easter Seal chairman, and this year's Timmy are guests. SPORT: Powerboat Racing, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. The Challeng- ing Sea series takes a look at the fastest sport on water. SCIENCE: Medical Explorers, p.m., Ch. 7. France during the Napoleon era with the invention of the ambulance. SCIENCE FICTION: "A Cold Night's 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Robert Culp and Eli Wallach as scientists trapped in a snowbound research station. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. The McGill Chamber Orchestra of Montreal performs Haydn's Toy Symphony and Mozart's Serenade. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Conclusion "The Boy and the Bronc Buster" about a boy who learns his cowboy idol is wanted for murder. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Nick starts out criticizing his pool-shark buddies and now he's betting on the games. DOCUMENTARY: Monntbatlen, p.m., Ch. 13. The ill- fated Dieppe raid is among the subjects as Mountbatten re- calls the darkest days of World War 11. VARIETY: Julie Andrews, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Henry Mancini joins in a hour spotlighting the regulars. SPECIAL: Tony Awards, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Honoring Broad- way's best at a glittering show with Rex Harrison, Celeste Holm, Jerry Orbach and Sandy Duncan as the hosts. DRAMA: Purple Playhouse, a p.m., Ch. 7. An adapta- tion of Bram Stoker's horror tale of a vampire loose in Victorian England. COMEDY: A Touch of Grace, p.m., Ch. 13. A tiff between Grace and Herbert because he won't take her to the Over-Sixties Club dance. MOVIE DRAMA: "12 Angry 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A dissenter tries to get 11 fellow purors to re-examine their guilty verdict in a murder trial. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Assignment 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A tale about the disillusionment of an adventurous spy. GAME: Hollywood's Talking, p.m., Ch. 5. The debut of a new game show with celebrities giving the clues. Laboheme A du Maurier Presentation In lethbrirJge cantacl JIM BERRY at 1005 8rh Ave. South Phono 326-4196 EASTER in DISNEYLAND NORTH .to ALASKA Deporting 14 By Deluxe Hiway Cruiser Other Departure! June 23, Aug, 4 and Sept 8. SEE: Disneyland, Loi Angeles, Snn Diego, Tijuanc, Mexfco, las Vegas, Salt Lake City and moro, INCLUDES: Transport- ation, nightly ac- commodalion, sight- seeing in all major cilies Los Vegas bonut. Hi neighbor party and much more, ESCORTED; 15 fun filled days. Ai low as........ Departing July 8 and August 1 by Deluxe Hiway SEE: Skagway, Daw son Cily, Fairbanks Whitehorse, Princ Rupert, Watson LaV and more. INCLUDES: Ferryline rail ond Hiway Cru er fare, nightly c commodation, sigh seeing a nrj more. ESCORTED: 15 fu filled days. LAS VEGAS RENO SEE: Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, lake Tahoe, Hoover Dam, elc. INCLUDES: Transportation, nighlly accommodation, sight- seeing and more. DEPARTING: MAY 19 OO ESCORTED: 9 fun filled days. As low oj..... BI FRK Your Trnri A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-792T or 328-1181 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 ROGERS HAMMERSTEIN'S 'OKLAHOMA' Wed., Fri., Sat. March 28, 29, 30, 31 8 p.m. nightly Radio and TV Listings CHEC Vlorley McGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary Newsi Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember _ jrnporary Spofl Sunday Mornlngv SATURDAY Jacfc Ncufeld Paul Tessler Musk Wfr SUNDAY Leo Dow (Muifc We Remember) News Music We Remember News Sports Indian News Media Dave