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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ UTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 8, i9 3 More jobs for students available under project OTTAWA tCP) There will be jobs for people ir. Opportunities for Youth (OFY) projects, it was an- nounced today. The number is up from the employed in some projects sponsored by the gov- ernment in the 1972 OFY pro- j g-'am. I The budget for this summer's OFY program earlier esti- mated at In today's statement, the secretary _ of state's department, responsible for OFY, said grants totalling S35.6 million have been ap- proved to date. A spokesman said the remain- der of the budget will go for ad- ministration costs. He said that only approved projects :ould be announced now be- :ausa of a delay in translation for the remainder. He said they should be available by the end of the week. The 1972 budget for OFY was The program was started in 1971. The department said 32 per lent of OFY participants this will be university stu- j dents, 27 per cent community i college students, 31 per cent j secondary or high-school stu-! dents, and 10 per cent non-stu- i dents. With increased emphasis o n participation in rural areas, the urban to rural ratio of projects Fertilizer probe begins SASKATOON (CP) The Na- tional Farmers Union (NFU) says investigators for the fed- eral corporate and consumer af- fairs department have seized the books of western fertilizer companies as part of a probe into charges of cartel arrange- ments and price-fixing. Roy Atkinson, NFU president, said in a prepared statement that the investigation follows charges levelled by his organ- ization last year. Mr. Atkinson said indications that a cartel existed showed up during the collective-bargaining activities of NFU locals 505, 523 and 525 in Manitoba. He said the Manitoba findings were later backed up by the ex- j psriences of other NFU locals' in Saskatchewan. Alberta and British Columbia, including Dis- trict 6 in Alberta which had its supply of fertilizer cut off. now is 45 per cent urban to 55 per cent rural A spokesman said the 1972 ra- tio was 37.08 per cent urban protects to 42.92 per cent rural projects. Tlio statement also said the proportion of female partici- pants had increased to 49.5 per cent this summer. The 1972 per- centage of female participants was 44.9. The department said the av- erage grant per project was down to S8.209 from an average of between and in 1972 "The drop is due to increased support from private firms and individuals in the communities, who are providing supplies, funds and facilities to many of the said the an- nouncement. The projects announced today include day-care centres, environment projects, publica- tions, films, recreation pro- grams, theatre groups, local history projects, music work- shops and others. j The projects have such titles as: The Effect of Funeral Home' Operations on Embalmers and the Funeral-Buying Public: Mulligan Stew; Operation Love: and Ungulates Versus Hunters Survey. An ungulate is any hoc-fed mammal. Demand Hess release "Freedom for Rudolf Hess" reads a banner held aloft as about persons march in Bonn, West Germany, to demand the release of Hitler's former deputy. Leading the march is the longtime prisoner's son, Wolf Ruediger Grain elevator razed at Indus INDUS (CP) A privately owned grain elevator was de- stroyed by a fire of undeter- mined orign. A fire department official estimated loss at S100.- 000, including worth o. grain. Two trucks and seven men from the Calgary fire depart- ment helped prevent the flames from spreading to other build- in the town, 20 miles southeast of the city. Trim sizeTrim price. A cut above. LeMans Sport Coupe No matter how you look at it, Pontiac LeMans is a cut above other intermediates. Look at the great new LeMans Sport Coupe illustrated above. Its distinguishing features include louvered side windows at the rear and a choice (at no extra of either full-foam front bucket seats or a notchback bench seat with a handy pull-down centre armrest. And the Le Mans Sport Coupe is only one of a whola family of trim-size Pontiacs. Whichever LeMans you choose, you can count on getting everything from front disc brakes and a double- panel acoustic roof to a tuned "big-car" ride and Pontiac a trim-size price. LeMans has been totally restyled and re-engineered for 1973 by the people who first concealed the windshield wipers, hid the radio antenna in the windshield and cams out with a GTO energy-absorbing front end (latest example of their innovation: the spectacular, all-new Grand It all started with Pontiac. And you know who invented Wide-Track! Pontiac is used to being first.That's what helps keep Pontiac a cut above. And that's saying plenty for your you deal today on a trim-size Pontiac LeMans. Why not geftogether with your Pontiac dealer right now! And see what's news. Remember it's the car that makes the deal. showls optional at extra coA Damage suit against PM dismissed OTTAWA (CP) A damage suit of million brought against Prime Minister Trudeau and former energy minister J. J. Greene was dismissed today by the Supreme Court of Can- ada. Stephen Roman and the Ro- man Corp. Ltd. brought the ac- tion against Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Greene as a result of the federal government blocking the sale of Denison Mines Ltd., owned by Roman, to the U.S.- controUed Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Ltd. in 1970. Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Greene, in announcing that the proposed sale was unacceptable to the government, said legislation would be enacted to prevent such sales. The foreign takeover legisla- tion, which was not passed last year and is back before the new Parliament in a somewhat strengthened form, has provi- sion for screening foreign in- vestment which would affect cases such as Denison's. Mr. Roman started an action in the Supreme Court of Ontario charging the two ministers with conspiracy to harm the corpo- ration, intimidation and unlaw- ful interference with their eco- nomic interests. BILL NOT PASSED The action also noted that the proposed legislation has not yet been passed by Parliament. The suit was based on state- ments made by Mr. Greene and Mr. Trudeau in the Commons, in news releases and news con- ferences. In its judgment today, the Su- preme Court of Canada said it agreed with lower courts that statements made in the Com- mons are privileged and no damage suit can arise from them. It also said that a statement of policy, made in good faith by a cabinet minister on proposed government policy and the in- tent to implement that policy by legislation cannot be inter- preted as a threat or unlawful act. "On the contrary it is part of a minister's duty to the public to disclose that policy from time to said the court. Buckle up for Court rules on divorce payments OTTAWA (CP) It is not necessary for a judge, when granting a divorce, to pro- nounce exact terms of mainte- nance at the same time, the Su- preme Court of Canada ruled here. As long as the judge rules that maintenance should be awarded at the time the divorce is granted, terms of the pny- i ments can be made laler, the court said in a unanimous judg- ment. The statements are contained in a judgment ordering Louis Zachs, a Vancouver real estate manager, to pay maintenance to his former wife, Josephine, and his infant daughter. Mr. Zachs reiused to pay maintenance to his wife on th; grounds that the Divorce Act compelled judges to fix mainte- nance payments at the same time as granting divorces. In the Zachs case, the judge said maintenance should bs paid to the wife but ordered a hearing by the Supreme Court of British Columbia registrar to recommend the amounts. OLD AGE PERMITS QUEBEC (CP) The Quebec government has decided that anglers over the age of 65 will bs allowed to purchase fishing permits this year for 50 cents, rather than the regular cost of upon presentation of their medicare cards. TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY SPORT: Stanley Cup Finals, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The fifth game of the cup series from Montreal between the Chicago Black Hawks and the Canadiens. Montreal leads three games to one. COMEDY: "Keeping An Eye On 7 p.m., Ch. 13. An unsaid pilot film starring Jackie Cooper as a swinging man-about-town who becomes the guardian of his best friend's 18-year-old daughter. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Mary Tyler Moore, Search, Flip Wilson, Hawaii Five-0, Marcus Welby MD, Ian Tyson. DOCUMENTARY: Window On The World, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Fanatic Heart" probes the elements that contri- bute to violent nationalism and its role in three historic conflicts. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Burt Reynolds and Sarah Miles on location at Gila, Ariz., for the filming of "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing." MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Horse a.m., Ch. 7. A Civil War story of the Union army ordered to pene- trate 300 miles into rebel territory to destroy a railroad line. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Beat The 1 p.m., Ch. 13, A play about international swindlers planning to doublecross each other. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Money McGill and Allan Bel': Contemporary News; Doug Marvin: Con- temporary Sports; Leo Dow: Farm News; Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY thru FRIDAY Sports 12-30 News 6.00 News News 12.40 Sports 6-05 Buryl Clark News Grain Prices 6.30 8-25 Bot> Hesketh 1-01 Call of the Land Farm News Chec line 1.10 John Oliver 6 58 Cattle Prices f-hec Trading Post 3.00 Dave King News Oliver 00 Jack Neufeld News Farm News 12-00 Paul Tessler if aoc News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Mstheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Dcug Card TUESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at 3IX John Walker 8-00 John Chanes Jim Parsons WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot 7.50 News, Weather and Sports 8-35 Phone Bill Show 10 05 Joan Waterfifld and Jim Elliot Jack Thys 12-CO Probe 1220 12-20 Noon Farn CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noor-o p rr Don Heel nan 6 p.m. 1 a m Dell-O SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m -1 p rn and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie} and Encores News, Weather and Sports 1-00 News and Grain Prices Jack Thys 3 05 Johnny Walker 5 00 Probe 1220 6-OD World at Six MON. THRU FRI. 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 ncon-6 p m. Dell-0 6 p.m -10 p m. Don Hedman 10 p rn -12 midnight (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6 p.m -12 midmcht Concerts, Overtures and Ercores (Bob Concie) 11: Radio TUESDAY NIGHT As It Happen! 8-03 Introduction to Tuesday Night News, Sports, Weather 10-10 From the Capitals 10.15 Five Nights A Week Bundola'8 CBR -A- 1010 Calgary Pandemonium Nations 30 Rupert's Land Reck Provincial Slide WEDNESDAY ,30 Warm Up :05 Eye Opener CO World at 8 05 Eye Opener 12.03 Radio Noon 1-55 StocR Market 1 03 Schcols 2 30 Max Ferguson 3 03 Bob Kerr 4 00 BBC News 00 The World at Nine 4-05 Home Run 13 This Country 5.30 News Time Signal World at Six i he Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 15 (Advertising Deadline is 'May 9th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares 5-30 News 6 00 NHHL 8-30 Sports 9.00 The lO.OCBob Newhart 10-30 Hollywood News Crossslre Rising WEDNESDAY Pinocchio Wizard of Oz News, Farm and rity Audubon Squares Joan Waterfield Mr. Dressup Western Schools 12.05 Stampede Wrestling Frjendiy Giant Horse Soldiers Chez Helens 11 00 12-30 1-00 i in 2.00 2-30 3.00 3-30 J 00 4.30 Sesame Street Lassie Truth or Consequences Lets Make a Deal Kara'-? Korncr Galloping Gourmet Ed Allen Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT 4-SS Star Trek 5 55 News Beat the Clock Keeping an Eye en Denise Headline Hunters 8 00 Search Kreskln 9-30 Ian Tyson 10 CO Marcus Welby 11-00 News 11-20 Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A M. Uncle Bobby Show Community Calendar Fashions In Sewing Parlons Frsncais Trouble with Tracy Supermarket Yoga Pierre Berton Life Style 12 00 Eye Bet 12 30 Family Affair 1.00 Movie Bent the Devil 2 30 Somerset 3.00 AncTner World What's The Good Word Anything You Can Do 4.30 Buckshot 4-55 Star Trek 5 55 News 6 30 Beat the Clock KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} TUESDAY NIGHT 6-00 NHL 9.00 Hawaii Flve-0 10-00 News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World 6-tS Salute 11: Today Show 11 00 Today In Montana 12.00 News 30 Pyramid 12-30 The Doctors .00 Sale of the Century 1.00 Another World 30 Hollywood Squares 1.30 Hollywood's Talking 00 Jeopardy 2 00 Secret storm 2.30 Mike Douqlai Jokers Wild 5.00 NBC Nightly Newt i-30 News 30 Who, What. Where Game 55 00 Baffled 30 World Turns KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News News Truth or Consequence! Movie: Hard rate Marcus Welby News Movie: Model Shop WEDNESDAY i Farm Ntwi 30 News 03 Captain Kangaroo 00 Ne.vs :30 Jack oo Audrey 30 Galloping Gourmet 00 Young and Restless 25 News 30 Search for Tomorrow 00 All My Children 30 Ltt's A Deal 12.00 N'ev.lywed Game News General Hospital One Life to Llvt Days of our Lives Dinah's Placi Three on a Match 3 30 oatmg Split Second 4.30 Bewitched Password ;