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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE lEIHBRlDGt HERALD Scttuiiloy, Mnrtr. 25, 1972 Braises a. U.S. grocery seaport EDMONTON (Cl') Devel- opment of a ninjor seaport at Primv have a "tre- mendous impact" on the ability of AlbcL-ta farmcra lo Ket tlieir grain to overseas eastomers, Agriculture Minister Hiiph Hor- ner saiil today. "I hope this isn't an election Swensons return to -visit SHAUGHXKSSY fHNS) Mr. nud Mrs. Henry of ivct'nt visitors at the t'cine cf Mr. and Mrs. Jim of and their granddaughter Mr. and Mrs, i Penny'i Brian Gardner Tlte Kwvr..sons ranched in the area until their retire- ment to Calvary three years ago. For many they owned the Arcadia Valley Hotel and for a short time part own- era of the Cecil Hctol at Mod- Hat. Tlieir son, Raymond, am] family nov." live m Uie nuicli and they also have daugh- ters, Mrs. Lou (Shirley) Lehr of Calgary and Mr. and Mrs. (Isabel') J. Pe'.nck of Med- icine Hat, offer and that it's a real com mitmcnl to go ho said iti an interview. "They said be- fore (hey going to buikl it and they didn't." "I've talking about this project in the legislature for five years." He was commenting on tlw federal government's noiuu'enient that it make the K.C. community a major seaport. Dobson Lea, president of Unl- f ar j n wi u ch represents some farmers, commented r "We've felt that there are certain advantages to the port, paricLilarly localise it is closer to Japan, by two clays by boat.' Also the route to the port is free of slides and weather con- ditions which plague southern transportation routes." A CXR spokesman said in Edmonton that the rail line to Prince Rupert "hasn't been used to capacity and there's plenty of room for extra trains without doing anything to the grade or anything else." Need coupons COALDAl.E (HNS) The regular March meeting of the C'oaldale Arts and Crafts club will not be held. Nabob coupons are needed to obtain a water kettlD for the club. Grab bags items are needed to be sold at the tea and ba- I zaar May G. The club recently expressed appreciation to John Redekopp and Henry Reimer. They moved the arts and crafts fur- niture to the club's new facili- ties in the Coalriale SportEplex crafts room. OPEN HOUSE! AH family members and friench are cordially invited ro atrend Open HOUBQ in honor of Andrew and Darlene Whitsn head Nelson in Mag rath Assembly Ha] I from to Wednesday, April 5. Program at p.m, Passport Photos -r-Pittum Frarainj Photo SuppliM A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd S. Phone 378-0223 NEW and USED TITANO ACCORDIONS of PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE "Your Authorized Dealer in Lelhbridge since 1954" 530 Slh STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-7524 SEASON" A LOOK AT LOVE WARM, WILD, FUNNY AND YOUNGI Love, American Style TONIGHT P.M. GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION WASHINGTON (AIM Tlio biyyost jump in grocery prices in it years last month lod to the sharpest rise in over-all United Stutes livim; costs since before President Nixon imposed eco- nomic controls Aug. 15, (he gov- ernment report i tl loday. The consumer pi ice index, measuring Ivpicat family living costs, rose five-tenths of one per cent in February, largest iu- erease in nine months, Hie labor department's bureau of labor statistics said. Grocery prices, which include a number of items that are not subject to federal price controls, soared 3.9 per cent for the greatest one-month increase since March, 195R. The report followed (lie rosig- lation of three AFL-CIO jers of Nixon's pay board, who charged the government was rigidly holding down wages while letting prices climb. WAGES RISE The bureau also reported that average weekly earnings of some million workers rose 35 cents a week to but that purchasing power declined 24 cents because of the rise in con- sumer prices. The F e b r u a r y increase pushed the price intiex to 123.3 per cent of its 19G7 average. This means it cost last month for every worth of typical family purchases five years ago. The February increase was the greatest since a six-tenths of one per cent rise last June, two months before Nixon imposed a 90-day wage-price freeze which was then followed by Phase Two controls. The bureau said that, so far in the four months of Phase Two, Jiving costs have risen at an annual rate of 4.9 per cent, greater than the 4.1-per-cent rate in the six. months before Nixon's August economic freeze. pr- ices soar Coal was discovered at Na- naimo, B.C., prior to or in 1849 by Indians believed to have been digging for clams, 1TV HIGHLIGHTS: SATlllllIAV SI'OHT: 1'ro Hockey, 6 p.m.. C'li. 7. Tile New York Rangers and Hie Canadians meet in Montreal. MOVII'! 1IIIAMA: 0 p.m., Cli. 7. A crime story with Steve McQueen as .1 San Francisco detective in- vestigating a complex nnu'der case. MOVIE HIt.UIA: "Tell Them Willie Ts Here." 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A repeat based on a real-life manhunt in Southern California's Mujave MOVIE DIIAMA: "Arsenic ami Old p.m., CK. 7. A remake of Uie story about two kindly inaidep, happen to be murderers. MOVIE DRAMA: "Yesterday, Today anil 32 midnight, Ch. 13. A healthy woman, a selfish wealthy woman nnd a prostitute. SUNDAY Hockey, 12 noon, Ch. 9. The St. Louis Blues meet ttic Black Hawks in Chicago. WILDLIFE: IJnlflmeil Worm, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. Spring migration patterns of Canada geese and grebes. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. Ancient Mayan temples and a golden spider monkey are the eye catchers in this adventure story. MOVIE COMEDY: "Bell. Book and p.m., Ch. 13. A publihher moves into a flat above a curio shop nm by a beautiful young girl and her witches! SPECIAL: "The Last Vikings." p.m., Ch. ]3. A National Georgraphic Special telling of tlte saga of the mod- ern Norsemen. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Iloom 222. Flip Wilson, FBI. Mannix. MAGIC, ESP: Amazing World of Kreskin, p.m., Cli. 13. Kreskin demonstrates ESP with singer Carmel Quinn. SPECIAL: Dan Gibson's Nature Family, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Respect for wildlife is at the core of this delightful nature story. (Whiteoaks of Jalna is SPECIAL: Clownaroiin.fi, 9 p.m., Cli. 9. Ed Sullivan wearing clown makeup is host for a variety hour devoted to circus-style slapstick and song. MONDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A woman hides a fortune in diamonds in her child's teddy bear. MOVIE DOCUMENTARY: "Only One New York." 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A tour of New York City including the Fulton Fish Market, Chinatown, the Battery, 'Coney Island, Central Park and Greenwich Village. NATAL (HNS) A delega- tion of women from Sparwocd recently requested an opportu- nity to meet with Uie board of See principal MINUS ONE CLUB POUSH HALL 13th Sf. 7th Ave. N. 25, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 'WESTERNERS ORCHESTRA' MEMBSRS AND GUESTS WELCOME COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF 1FIHBRIDGE 1972 SPRING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION AND ADVANCED AQUATIC PROGRAMS FRITZ SICK INDOOR POOL and p.m. All Classes H Early Registration Fi Recommended. SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS I. SCHOOL AGE (6-14 yrs.) CHILDREN'S RED CROSS LESSONS A. Mondays, AprEI 10th to Juno 12th, 1972 Class No. T p.m. Class No. 2 p.m. Classes for Pre-Beg inner. Beginner, Junior end Sur- vival Swimmer B. Tuesdays, April 4lh to June 6th, 1972 Class No. 1 p.m. Classes for Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Infermediote and Senior C. April 1st to June 3rd, 1972 Class No. a.m. Closs No. 2 p.m. No. 3 p.m. Classes for Pro- Beg inner, Beginner, Junior and Sur- vival Classes ior Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate and Senior FEES: Pre-Beginner, Begfnner and Junior Survival Swimmer, Intermediate and Senior for 10 lessons II. PRE-SCHOOL AGE (3-5 yrs.) CHILDREN'S RED CROSS LESSONS Saturdays, April 1st lo Juno 3rd, 1972 Class No. 1 hOO p.m. Class No. 2 p.m. Classes for Pro-Beginner REGISTRATJOM FFE: for TO fessons HI, MIXED ADULT AND TEENAGE RED CROSS LESSONS Tuesdays, April 4th to Juno 6lh, 1972 Class No. 1 8; 15 Class No. 2 p.m. Classes for all levels, Pre-Beginner through Senior REGISTRATION FEE: for 10 lessons ADVANCED AQUATIC PROGRAMS I. ROYAl LIFE SAVING SOCIETY (RL5S) A. ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE AWARD IIFESAVINO COURSES Thursdays, April 6th to June 8th, 1972 p.m. 7 hi i Jifesaving program is designed for young per- SQJII wno have aHained at feasr their Reel Cross In- termediate Swimmer qualifications but are not yet 14 yean of ago. Prn-requisile oge for the Inter- mediate is 12 years, there is no pre-requisite age for Elementary Award. REGISTRATION FEE: 10 fosscm B. BRONZE MEDALLION AND BRONZE CROSS LlFESAVING COURSES RLSS Thursdays, April 6th to June 8lh, 1972 p.m. Pre-requisites for Bronze Medallion Current Red Cross Senior Award ur Equivalent 14 years of oge or older. Pro-roquisiles for Bronze Cross Current Bronze Med- allion Award or Equivafent and the Senior Reiusi- tation 15 years of aae or older REGISTRATION II. RED CROSS RLSS INSTRUCTOR COURSE Wednesdays, April Slh to June 7th, 1972 p.m. Registrant for this courso must: (1) bo 17 yenri of age or older (2) possets one of Ihe following current awards- (a) RISS Bronze Medallion (b) Red Cross Waler Safely Leader (M Y.M.CA. Senior Lifesaving Award REGISTRATION FEE: for information contact the Commumly Services De- _ pflrlmenr Office at 328-2341, Lotal 236 the Fornie school district to dis- cuss a problem with a member of the teaching staff of the Secondary School. The group was advised to first discuss the matter witii the principal of Uie school and then with the district superin- tendent of schools prior to ap- pearing as a delegation before the board. Godfather film packs them in NUW YORK (Renter) Tlic film The Coclfallicr, starring MiU'lon Hi'itndt) ns a Mafia chiollain, has set a motion pic- ture record hy grossing in a sii.gle week, Paramount Pictures rcjiwrls. The movie opened sinniHnne- ously al New York cinemas and has iicen playing to capac- ity audiences. A Paramount spokesman said no previous film had opened in so many first-run locations. He said the previous one-week record was grossed by tlio musical Scrooge during Christmas week of 1970 at New- York's huge Radio City Music Hall. Hold farewell lea SIIAUCiHN E SS Y (IINS) Fmirtecn wwtncn were present at a farewell lea for Mrs. Tony Kaats lit NIC liomc of Helen lUiaben recently. Hostesses were Iflelon Iluiibon, Sylvia Lumly, Dora Vralcgoor and Alice Wade. Prize winners were Helen Riuibcn, VI Stickcl, Evelyn York; Grace Andre, Helen Hnaben, Lorraine Sclvi-mpf. Ducr prizo winner was Cora Johnson. Mrs. Uaals was presented with a blown-glass cenLre-pieco and two swans. Mr. mid Mrs. Uaals and chil- dren William, Cornelia, Helen, Anthony, Henry, Terry, Sylvia and Joe are moving to Lcth- h ridge. KANSAS CITY (AP) The motion picture, The Godfather, opened to an empty house at the Empire Theatre in Kansas City because (Jie Italian-American Unification Council had pur- chased all the tickets Thomas Gialde, vice-president of (he council, said it paid for the tickets because "sve strongly oppose the kind of prej- udice the picture can cause." "Many Italian-Americans suf- fer from a sociological malady called cultural prejudice. Be- cause of novels, TV series and motion pictures like or similar to The Godfather the American culture has developed a prejudi- cial outlook in regard to tlio Italian-American contributions. "The Italian-American image is repeatedly presented to the public as crooked or sometimes less than desirable." AUCKLAND A New Zealand vSupreme Court jury ruled yesterday the rock- musical Hair is not indecent. The jury of 10 men and two women reached its verdict after the prosecution alleged that Harry M. Miller Attractions Ltd. had presented an indecent show in Auckland on Feb. night. Since then Hair, which contains a nude scene, has been playing to packed houses. The case was the first lime a New Zealand theatrical produc- tion had been prosecuted under (lie indecency laws. Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesfs Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities AN OFFER OF HELP Lifecan seem prelly rough sometimes. Greed, carelessness, and anger can get to you If you let them. But many people have found some- thing that is helping them hold on-something that is restoring peace and order and purpose In their lives. It's a deeper knowledge of God, gained through reading the Bible and the Christian Science lextbook. Come in and read them yourself. Or borrow them to read at home, without charge. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Sido entrance of Church 1203 4lh Avenue South Sunday a.m. Sunday a.m, Meeting p.m. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programi are lined byltie'radlo and television nations. Any. variation In program uhedule ll due: to latt- mtnure changes by trie station] and It not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Stereo end Photographic Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY Leo Dow Buryl Clark Paul Tessicr Paul Tessler 10-00 Leo Dow JacV. Nev.-feld Barry Hegland John Oliver SUNDAY MONDAY Dave King CJOG SATURDAY NtGHT 3 News Inside from the Outside Conlinenlal Holiday Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY Mews Rob Ingram Atlantic Symphony Blackfool Indian Prcgram News Chrisllan Selena ________ Voice of Proohccy Centre Huur of Decision Sunday _ ____ Rob Ingram Reinerntwr When Blackloot Indian P rug ram News Pete Snow NEWS Cross Counlry Check-Up NHL Hockey The Enlerlainers CHEC FM News Hourly Wfhr. Half Hour MONDAY Jim tllicr Cnc News News, VJthr, Spoft Phone Bill Show Wayne Rarry Prrtlje 1210 News, Wfhr, Sport News find Grain Prices Jack Thys Ran Inciram Probe 1310 SATURDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Jchn Charles Jack NewFeld SUNDAY Leo Dew Ja Hc'ws ilrli Hews (c> Make a Wish )c) Caijtrirn Dragon and Mr. Dinah's PliCQ Toad (c) Jack Lal.nnne Insigh! Audrey Cc I Directions Galleon Gcurrne Ho.vt I; 500 (c) Auto. Tcsl Sperls Highllghli All Criiidren 1'47 M.iko a (c) Low Income Calling Ncvvly.vcd GaniQ Movie: Gtrn Battle Kmtjdain (cj N of Monterey SUNDAY Farm News The Cnrisfoptiers Sacred Heart This it the Lilfl 11 News Revival Fires (c) (Jews Here Comes tha Dcuhlc-deckers (c) Lassie (c> Secret Slorrn (c) Sonny and Cher One Life lo Live Mission Impossible of Our Lives MBP General Hospital Movie; Jigsaw on a Match Dalinn Game -TOO Split 'Second James Hargrt Bewilchod MONDAY Paw.vird (cl Farm Newj ;