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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fi THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Saturday, May 2, 1970 Immigration Laws Hard On Early Chinese Settlers CALGARY (CP) Chinese settlers coming to Canada in 1914 often suffered under tho immigration laws of that time, an old record shows. A collection of 300 letters wit- ten in 1014 by the Chinese con- sul has been donated to the Glenbow-Alberta Institute. 11 gives a contemporary view of the era and a graphic picture ol the sufferings imposed by tho head tax, a museum spokesman said. IN CAISARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCEI 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Frea TV and Ico Dial Phones in all units 9 Minutes from Shopping Stampede Grounds 9 Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL The head tax, imposed to deter Chinese fr'om immigrating to Canada, often had tragic re- sults, the letters say. Ship cap- tains in Chinese ports extolled the virtues of Canada to attract paying passengers. Then many immigrants had to use their en- tire savings to pay the tax on top of their passage and wero unable to get a start when they arrived. Most Chinese communities cared for the new immigrants and rarely asked for outside as- sistance. But some appeals, especially for refund of the tax, were sent through the consul in Vancouver. Copies of the letters, bound in a book, were found in a building being demolished_ in Vancouver, The copies are in a form that pre-dates carbon paper. After each letter was mitten, it was sandwiched between tis- sue pages of the letter book, to- gether with a damp blotter, and placed under a press. Ink from the letter was transferred to the tissue sheets to make a copy. The original, unaffected by the copy process, was then mailed. Come to this Christian Science Lecture "THE FAMILY OF MAN" by Horold Rogers, C.S. Tuesday, May p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL _ IIth St. and 4lh Ave. S. KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL BAND COMPETITIONS IHURS. and FRIDAY, APRIL 30, MAY 1st P.M. MUSIC THEATRE SATURDAY, MAY 2nd P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPECIAL: "A Sentimental 6 p.m., Cli. 7: CJLH repeats its Conjundatum profile of the big-band music of the 1930s.and 1940s, with a special nod to Lethbridge's own Big Band. SPECIAL: National 7 p.m. Ch. 13: A wide-ranging rerun study of reptiles and amphibians in- cludes comments on Scotland's Loch Ness monster. SPECIAL: "Transition and 8 p.m., Cli. 7: For- mer U.S. president Johnson reviews some of the events surrounding the assassination of John Kennedy in DRAMA: "Call of the 8 p.m., Ch. 13: The story of the rise of the famous Hearst newspaper empire in the U.S. With James Hampton. MOVIE: "Nobody's 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A 1968 farce in which an American Naval doctor confuses an entire Japanese town. With Doug McCIure and Nancy Kwan. MOVIE: "Skirts p.m., Ch. 11: .The 1952 Ester Williams watery comedy about three girls who join the Navy to see the world. With Vivian Elaine and Joan Blondell. MOVIE: "Captain Newman, p.m. Ch. 13: Gregory Peck and Tony Curtis star in a melodrama about problems in an Army psychiatric ward. MOVIE: "Georgy p.m., Ch. 7: Lynn Red- grave won an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a lumpy London girl who does the best with what little life offers. With Alan Bates and James Mason. SUNDAY SPECIAL: "Stanley 11 a.m., Ch. 7: The first game of the best-of-seven 1970 Stanley Cup finals, between the St. Louis Blues and Boston Brains. SPECIAL: "Loyal 2 p.m., Cli. 0: A report on the state of the seemingly leaderless U.S. Democratic party. VARIETY: "Music to 5 p.m., Ch. 7: A Canadian music series, this week with singers Terry Dale and Doug Crosley. NATURE: "Challenging 5 p.m. Ch. 13: Southern California commercial fishermen must harpoon, by hand, their catches of bfflfish'. COMEDY: "World of 6 p.m., Ch. 7: Man is His Own Worst Enemies draws on cartoons from the 40s and 50s which dealt with men, cars and bad driving. VARIETY: "Engelhert 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Shirley Bassey, Vince Edwards and comedy team Stiller and Meara. MOVIE: "The 6 p.m., Ch. 11: A man contracts rabies at an isolated construction camp, and must somehow get to a medical centre 48 miles away. Stars Glenn Ford and Stella Stevens. SPECIAL: "Nature's Four 7 p.m., Ch. 13: The World Around Us profiles the changes in Alberta's landscape during a 12-month period. Take the Family Out to Dine This Sunday! I They'll enjoy the delicious foods served under the careful direction of El Rancho's Internationally known food Manager, Mr. Hal Hart. SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET Served In Tho Dining Room or Coffet Shop 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. FEATURING 1 Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Cur- ried Dishes, Jellied Salads, Relishes, and many other tasts treats to delight your palate. Children "I Cfl under 12 I Adults n jf 5 SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Choice of juice Hot cakes, Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. PLEASE NOTE! AU RESERVED TICKETS FOR THE MAYFEST MUST BE PICKED UP AT FRONT DESK BY MAY 5th Mayor Magrath Drive Soutl PHONE 327-5701 Heart Patient Doing Nicely TORONTO (CP) A spokes man for St. Michael's Hospita said today that Rev. Edwaw Madigan, 50, who received the heart of a 14-year-old Lindsay girl in a transplant operation Monday, is in "very good" con- dition. Father Madigan, a Roman Catholic priest, took his firsl steps Wednesday and is to be moved from the hospital's inten- sive care section into a private room next week. The donor was Marlene James, killed when knocked off her bicycle by a car. Father Madigan is the 16th person in Canada to receive a heart' transplant, and one of three surviving recipients. WILFRED WOOIHOUSE conductor Lelhbrldga Symphony orchestra THE LETHRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION presents "The Hymn of Medelssohn "Jesu, Priceless Bach "Psalm Soloists MRS. ANNE ROGERS Soprano MR. WALTER GOERZEN Tenor Duet MRS. MARY THOMSON, MRS. EVELYN MILLS THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS augmented by SOUTHMINISTER UNITED CHURCH CHOIR' YATES CENTRE MONDAY, MAY 4th, 1970 p.m. Extra Tickets Available at Leister's or at door. THOMAS LAVED! conductor Symphony chorus VARIETY: "Glen p.m., Ch. 13: A rerun with guests Bobbie Gentry, B. J. Thomas and Sliecky Greene. SPECIAL: "The Unseen 8 p.m., Ch. 11: An ABC science special includes glimpses through an electron micro- scope and of solar and planetary surface details via .tele- scopic stills. SPECIAL: "Nasliville p.m., Ch. 13: Ian and Sylvia, backed by the Great Speckled Bird, greet guests Anne Murray and others. MltAMA: "Forsyte 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Soame's decision to build a new home brings a fateful meeting with Eosin- uey, June's fiance. With Eric Porter, John Bennett and Nyree Dawn INTEUVIEW: "Norman p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks with the Canadian-born Hollywood di- rector. MOVIE: "The Frightened a.m., Ch. 7: The son of a junk dealer joins a band of thieves. With Dermot Walsh. MONDAY MOVIE: 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1862 Japanese attempt to capture the life of the 'founder of Buddhism. With Machiko Kyo. MOVIE: "Written on the 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Great wealth is slowly corrupting a Texas family. Stars Dorothy Malone1 and Hock Hudson. LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE NO. 37 WEEKLY BINGO EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot (Blackout) in 48 Nos. ONE NUMBER ADDED WEEKLY Games No. 1 and Games No. 10 50.00 12 Games Prize Money 20.00 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED A blue card worth Entry card.......................... 1.00 All wood grain cards............ each .50 Bingo will be played in Lodge room and Ladies1 and Escorts' room MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS Sunday, p.m. BE SURE TO WATCH THE FOURTH PROGRAM IN THIS NEW SERIES OF COLOR SPECIALS THE WORLD AROUND US a new television series created especially for ALBERTA viewers. This series provides viewers with a new look at the world of nature here in Western Canada. The wildlife of Canada's famous Rocky Mountains, the birds and animals of this beautiful province, the excitement, and fascination of Canada's Arctic wilderness this and more will be seen through the camera of WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER AND LECTURER EDGAR T. JONES. PROGRAM FOUR NATURE'S FOUR SEASONS A 12-month montage of nature's wonderland in Alberta. Topography of the various regions and the flora and fauna to be found there will be featured. CFCN-TV LETHBRIDGE CHANNEL 13 CFCN-TV CALGARY CHANNEL 4 brought to you by Canadian western natural qas company limited Progroffll littid by thi radio and television Any varliitifln In program idieduiH t mfnutt by itulioni and It not thi iDonilbilitv Hi raid Biitwuy News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcastf BacK to Hie Bible World Tomorrow Music for Late, Nilers CHEC FM 10.90 MG to Classical Music With Herb Johnson to The Music Factory with H. B. Carnaby SUNDAY Sign On Over tho Rainbow News, Sports, Wthr Morning Melodies Luncheon Uote News, Sports, Wthr. Bruce Thompson News Thrtie Hills Bible Mennonlle Inst. Hour Author Interviews Gospel Hour Mormon Tabernacle Choir Back to the God Hour World Tomorrow Music for Late NItc Farm Show News, Sports, Wthr. Stock Market Report Woman's World jRnn Pnuley Commenls Way I See It Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land CHEC FM 100.? Mti News, Sports, Wthr. to p.m. Cattlo Prices Classical Music Showtime to Jean Pauley The Music Factory Comments MONDAY Caravan Ron Stone News, Spons, Wthr CJOC News on fhe Hour on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sporla NEWS Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson All Night onow SUNDAY Rob Ingrarfi News Christian Science Voice of Prophecy sunaay Magazine Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Paul Tlvldar Holiday Somemino Say Capital Report CBC Showcase Funny You Should1 Say That Songs of Faith Sunshine Evangel Hour Sunday Supplement Music from tht Prairies MONDAY Jim Elliot Show Mews Bulletin Board Probe 1220 News, Sports Jack Thys Snow Bulletin Board Probe 1520 Road Report CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine On Stage Metronome Pratley at Movies Hudson Bay Com- pany Anniversary SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice of fhB Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Cross Country Say That News CBC Showcase Songs of Faith News Vancouver Cham- ber Orchestra News Weekend Sound Studio '70 Your Two Bucks Worth Symphony Hall Music from Prai- ries Sunday Supplement Lawrence Leonard Stanley Cup Sounds of Today MONDAY Funny You Should Eye Qaener World at Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gourmet GerrusI! Nathan Cohen News Consumers Matinee Cdn. Short Stories Vibrations Radio Noon After Noon Schools BroadcBSt Mailnee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality BBC News Weather SPECIAL! Transistor 6 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY 8 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED .00 9 TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St.' S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} Faith for Today (c) Film Stanley Cup country Calendar Indian Fighter LBJ: Tragedy and New Majority Transition Music to Remem- Chez Helen TBA bcr Our Town Reach for thB Top News World of Disney McHale's Navy Tommy Hunter e SATURDAY NIGHT South Pacific tames Conlundatum: Big Band Hillbillies Happy Feeling MONDAY Pinnochio and Oz News Little Peopli Cartoon Party Ed Allen (c) Alta. Schols Friendly Giant (c) Shane Country Time e News ______...... Provincial Affalri My World and Tcleprobe 7 Welcome to It Movie: Georgy Girl SUNDAY Cartoons Hillbillies Movie: Buddha TaKe Thirty Edge of Niqht (c) Ed Sulli Forsyte Saga (c) weekend Flnnecnio and Oz Nation's Business c Galloping Gourmet Party Teleprobe 7 A Place or WiiHe-sioB Travsi YDUI" Own Petticoat Junction Quick Draw McGraw Whiplash c Movie: It Is Written (c) The Fighting Man Three Stooges CFCN-TV Lethbridgc Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Sports Roundup MONDAY News Report Thought tor Day National Farmers' Almanac News Geographic c Market Place University of Air Safety Roundup (c) Pentecost Presents Uncle Bobby (c) Call of the West c CFL: Romper Room {c) i-- Hamilton at Cat. World Tomorrow Sixth Column Untamed World Flying Nun Windfall Movie: Nobody Is Perfect News Movie: Capt. Newman, MD Eriglebert SUNDAY Humperdinck Thought for Day News Rex Religion Oral Roberts W-5 c ______ Marcus Welby c Day of Discovery CTV News (c) Safety Roundup (c) Report Window on Britain Pierre Berton This Week Court Martial Grampa GIllus (c) Parlons Francals Today (c) Peyton Plact Magistrate's Court Cartoon Theatre Buckshot World Around Us Movie: Written on Glen Campbell the Wind Nashville North c People in Conflict (c) Doctor's o'ary (c) Bewitched Wynne's Pad Flintstones (c) Lucy Show KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Sale of the Century Squares e _________ Jeopardy c ._ Perfect Wild Kingdom Name of the Game World of Disney Deputy SUNDAY Living Word Tom and Jerry c Revival Fires c SATURDAY NIGHT Loyal Opposition Green Acres Amateur Hour Raquel Welch Sp. Roger Mudd Gunsmoke c News Movie: Nobody Lassie Who, What, Whera ........._ _. Game Bill Cosby Show c News c Bonanza c Another Mission: Impossible Somerset c Hawaii Five-0 As the World Turns Dragnet Our Lives c Bracken's World The Doctors c 7-00 Cathedral c The Law and You Another Kathleen Kuhlman 8.30 Choir MONDAY Edgo o{ N gnt t 9-00 insight c Salute Agrlcultura Gomer Pyle World c Salute Agriculture cronkite Newi c Today Show c Lucille Ball c Tdoay In Montana Huntley-Brlnkley c Face the Nation e Meet the Press You and Iha Law Stanley Cup Farming Sp. KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT The Christophers Jack Lolanne Jl-in 1 el'e Malta a final Directions Lets Make a Deal d NewIywpH Gams _ ._......i Answers Sunday ,V.a tines LawreScc- c Byron Nelson Lennon Sisters Classic Petticoat Juncf, TBA 1 Then Came BronSOfl Bible Story Here Come tha Brides c News Movie: Skirts Ahoy SUNDAY Farm News Dudley Do Right t Fantastic Voyap.e Spiderman c Bullwlnkle c Discovery c This is the Land of Giants Ed Sullivan Movie: The Rage Unseen We--Id News Movie: Magic Sword MONDAY Genii News Capt. Kangaroo c If Takes Two c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everything News A World All Cnlldren Make a Deal c Newlywed Game Dating Game Secret Sform c One Life to Liva Dark Shadows Love Is a Many Splcndored Thing General Hospital Life with Llnklelttr That Girl Bewitched TV-5 News It Takes a Thief HELP A STUDENT TO CONTINUE HIS OR HER EDUCATION BY SUPPLYING SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PART TIME OR FULl TIME. MONEY EARNED THIS SUMMER OFTEN MEANS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RETURNING TO COLLEGE OR UNI- VERSITY OR NOT1 ACT NOW! CALL 327-8535 THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE ;