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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHuRICGE HERAID Saturday, May V, 1970 New Uniform Kits Issued OTTAWA (CP) Slowly, nine a.id khaki arc yielding lo preen in (lie Canadian armed forces. About servicemen have been issued with Hie green uni- forms, outward symbol of tri- servico unification, since outfit- ting began last summer. Conversion from the old uni- forms of navy blue, air force Hue ami army khaki is sched- uled to be completed early in 1972, Ihe defence deportment said here. Member's of the combined service are being permitted a degree of choice between wear- ing the old and Ihe new, pend- ing completion of the outfitting program. From that point, however, the old logs will be retired and the new dress be mandatory. The- issue which began last summer is not quite general. Officers with 18 months or less to serve, and men wilh no more than 12 months, are not receiv- ing the new uniforms. They'll be able to fill out their time wear- ing the uniform of one of the three former services abolished under the Canadian Forces Re- organization Act of 1067. RECRUITS HEAD LIST The fust enlisted men to re- ceive the new uniform were re- cruits at basic training centres in Cornwallis, N.E., and St. Jean, Que., although officers have been outfitted in green upon commissioning since Nov- ember, 13GB. COME ALONG AND LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE OF HOLLAND SAY "THANK YOU CANADA" through the ROYAL NETHERLAND AIR FORCE BAND PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AT 7 P.M. EXHIBITION PAVILION His Worship Mayor A. C. Anderson will take tha salule of ihis band at p.m. during the march past in front oF the Exhibition Pavilion. NO ADMISSION CHARGE Personnel at two oilier estab- lishments in the East, Peta wawa, Out., and Valcartiei Que., have nlso been ouUHtct and those at five more will b outfitted this year. They are th bases at Shearwater, Halifa and Greenwood, N.S., and sta lions at Harrington and Sydney N.S. Uniform kits are being issuer, now at Esquimau, B.C. Masse station in the Queen Charlotte Islands is next on the list. Fiv other British Columbia base will convert this fall. They ar at Comox, Chilliwack, Kam loops, Holberg and Bald Hughes. Canadian troops ond airmei in Europe will be outfitted be- ginning this summer, before th present air division and infantry brigade group are brought to gether under a new organiza tional structure at Lahr ir southern Germany. The most intense distribution activity will occur next year Nineteen eastern units wil make the change in spring and summer and 25 more, mostly in the West, are scheduled li switch to green in the following fall and winter. EMBASSY BLASTED BRUSSELS (Reuters) An explosion smashed the entrance of the Yugoslav ambassador's residence in a fashionable Brus- sels suburb Friday. aaw y GAS LITE! it will dramatisally change the appearance of your home and landscape! YOUR CHOICE OF THESE LITES INSTALLED UP TO 50 FEET 00 DOLLARS DOWN AND THE BALANCE OVER 6 MONTHS SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF BARBEQUES Including a combination Patio Heater and Barbequa GAS LITES, TORCHES AND BARBEQUES SOLD, INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY Canadian western natural qas company limitfid 410-STAFFORD DR. t PHONE 327-4551 SEE OUR APPLIANCE COUNSELOR Walkers Raise For Natives EDMONTON (CP) An of. ficial said today that about walkers raised foi Alberta native organizations in Sunday's Miles for Millions march in Edmonton. Miles for Millions organizers approved the native people's groups joining the fund-raising march to raise money for their own purposes. Norman Dunne, western as- sociate director of the Alberta Indian Eskimo Association, said 93 per cent of the total raised will be divided among the Indian Association of Alberta, the Metis Associa- tion of Alberta and the Alberta Native Communications Socie- ty. The remaining seven per cent would cover costs of or- ganizing native participation in ie miles for millions march. Mr. Dunne said the native groups likely would use the money lor "education and lead- ership training courses." The Galloping Gourmet Show Nominated TORONTO (CP) Graham 'err, star of The Galloping Gourmet television show who vas nominated for an Bramy ward in the United States, las shaken the nomination ews off easily. Mr. Kerr told the Broadcast Sxeeutives Society shortly af- er the announcement that his 1BC-TV program, nominated as the best daytime show, doesn't have a hope in hell" of winning. His wife, Treena, producer of 'he Galloping Gourmet, was nominated as best producer of daytime show. Blackballed Film Stars Are Back HOLLYWOOD (Reuters) Hollywood's unhappicst chnpte lias ended, wilh tlic return I the fold of nearly all writers and directors blacl listed in anil-Communist purge of the 1950s. Altogether, 334 movie worltei were boycotted by studios altc their names were mentioned r hearings of Senator Josef McCarthy's Senate committd and the House un-American tivities committee. Most of them are back toda working tinder their own name Notable survived Uie 20-year exile les well than sta John Garficld, who according his friends, died of a broke heart when he could no longe work, and Larry Parks, now r tired permanently from tli screen. "Garfield was one of the to a writer friend said him. "It was just like tellin Paul Newman today that h couldn't work any more. "And the tragedy was tho Garfield wasn't accused of any thing. He was a street boy wii a street boy's sense of honoi and when they asked him 1 give the names of friends parties he refused. They black isted him for that." SUFFERED LEAST Writers suffered least. The took big cuts in their salaries but some of the best went t New York and started writin scripts there under assumed names. Dalton Trumbo, a top write when he was blacklisted in 195! actually won the Academ Award for the best script in 195 under the assumed name Robert Rich. A friend had to ac ccpt the Oscar for him. Abraham Polonsky, unothe riacklisted miter-director jack in favor, believes th purges set back Hollywood' cultural development by year and enabled the European film Lethbridge Music Club ANNUAL MEETING AND LUNCHEON WED., MAY 13th p.m. ot Ericksen's Family Restaurant All Ticker Are Urged To Attend Far Reservationi Phone 328-7895 ar 327-3787 DONT MISS IT! YOUR FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO SEE "THE HOSTAGE" A play by BRENDAN BEHAN Performed by THE PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE Winner and representative production of Weittrn Canada ar the Dominion Drama Feitlvdl Winnipeg SEE IT AT THE YATES CENTRE Wed. and Thurs., May 13 and 14 BOTH NIGHTS AT TICKETS AT YATES BOX OFFICE NOW ON SALE Industry to got in first with its "new wave." Larry Parks, who revived the magic personality singer Al Jolson for the p o s t -S e c o n d World War generation in The Jolson Story, now is retired and lives in a north Los Angeles suburb. He invested his money from his long aetinf; career in n house-building business and has prospered. Parks was made a main tar- get of the anti-Communist purgo when he admitted he had held a Communist party card from 1941 to 1945. A blacklisted actress now Strike Right For Police Supported EDMONTON (CP) -John McNevin, executive secretary of the Alberta Federation of Labor, says he supports the idea that "policemen must have the right to strike wilh certain protections for the pub- lic." Mr. McNevin was comment- ing in a prepared statement on the report of Jean Cournoyer, Quebec minister of labor and manpower, who investigated last year's Montreal police sh-ike. "We are pleased that this re- port recognizes that the right to strike would have prevented the debacle that took place in Montreal last Mr. Mc- levin said. "We hope that the Alberta government will recognize this and give policemen, firemen and civil servants the right to lull collective bargaining." Late-Arriving Sinatra: 'We've Been In LONDON (AP) J'Nice to see you said Frank Sin- atra to Princess Margaret. Arriving a h'ttle late to meet the sister of the Queen in a suite at Festival Hall prior to a char- ty performance T h u r s d a y night, Sinatra 'explained: 'We've been .in the bar." Sinatra then went on stage, jacked by Count Basic's band, and won a standing ovation ram a sellout audience of vith such numbers as Fly Me to he Moon, I've Got You Under My Skin, and My Way. Tickets were listed at 565) and brought up to on the black market. Charity yield from the perform- ance, and another tonight, was expected to be about EJiafra Officer Arrested LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) Lt.- Phillip Effiong, chief of taff in Biafra's army who sur- endered the secessionist state, as been arrested by military uthorities in Port Harcourt, re- able sources said here. Reports from Owerri said the 44-year-old officer has not re- irned to his home at Emekukii, ix miles north of Owerri, for at ,ast three weeks. Government spokesmen would ot confirm the arrest. At the end of the 30-month ar, Effiong was left in charge dwindling Biafra by Gen. C. dumewgo Ojukwu, when the ead of state flew out. We'ra expeding you .and your family for dinnerl Come, make Molher's Day a happy occasion. Fine food, modest prices re- lerve now! SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY MENU (FAMILY RATES) Phone 327-3191 For Reservations LOCATED IN THE MARQUIS HOTEL making a film comeback is Gale Sondcrgaard, chiefly re- membered for her sinister roles like Spider Woman. In her re- turn to films Miss Sondergaard will have as her co-star John Garficld, Jr., son of the blackl- isted star. The film, appropri- ately enough, is called Come- back. CHEC if News on the Hour Weather on ihe Half Hour Farm Show News, Sporls, Wlhr. The Way I SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcase Back to World Tomorrow Music lor Late Niters News Three Hills Bible. MermonlTa Ins I. Hour Author Interviews It CHEC FM MO Gospel Hour to Clnsslcal Mormon Music with Herb Tabernacle Choir Johnson Bach to Iha ID The Music God Hour Factory wllh World Tomorrow H. B. Carnaby Music for SUNDAY Late NUers ________ _ _ _ Sign On CHEC FM 100.9 MG News, Sports, Wthr, Over the Rainbow lo p.m. Cattle Prices News, Sporls, Wlhr Classical Music Showtime Morning Melodlei to Jean Faulty Luncheon Uate The Music Factory Comments News, Sporls, Wlhr, MONDAY A: US Caravan Bruca Thompson Ron Slone News, Sporls, Wlhr Stock Marktl Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I 558 II Community Bullelln Board Coll of the Land News on the Hour CJOC Wthr., Sports on ihe Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Wayna Barry Daryl Ferguson All NlgM inow SUNDAY Rob Ingram News Christian Science Say That ___________.....____ Songs of Fallh Voice of Hour of Decision Sunday Magazlnv Sunshine Rob Ingram Evangel Hour Church Broadcast Sunday Supplement News Music from tht Paul TMdar Prairies Holidav MONDAY Something