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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, May 14, 1970 THE lETHBRIuGE HERALD 7 Parents Fear School Cards Pose Potential Danger EDMONTON (CP) P a r- mts fear that records kept by schools on students could have 'serious repercussions" in later ife, says John Braceo, a pub- ic school board trustee. At a meeting ol the board, Mr. Braceo asked superinten- dent Dr. Holland Jones for a report on the policy of mak- ng entries on cumulative cards. ile wants to know who has ac- cess to the cards anJ how long ,hey are kept. Mr. Braceo said cumulative reports are started when a stu- dent begins school. They are added to each year and con- SHIP'S HIJACKER SHOT Nobuhisa Kawafuji, 20, is shown Wednesday aboard ferryboat he hijacked in har- "bor at Hiroshima, Japan. At left, he aiming rifle. At right, he has just been hit by bullet from police sharp- shooter. He later died in hospital. FOR DAILY- INSPIRATION OUR NEW NUMBER 327-4581 Soar Floods SAARBRUECKEN (Reuters) West German rescue work- ers Wednesday evacuated resi- dents from their homes here as the River Saar reached its Wgh- lest flood level in 20 years. GOLF'S POOR PROS Being a pro golfer is a losing propo- lilion unless you make enough to cover expenses. And these days thot means just to break even. While a 1op itar moy amass another pro misnt win only .before dropping from the circuit. Wayne Vollmer is a young Canadian golfer whose tolent should toke him to the top money. Andy O'Brien found out from Vollrner why ifs so difficult for a- newcomer and even established pros to stay on the professional circuit. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CALGARY (CP) The Suf- field experimental research sta- tion in southeastern Alberta, where tests are being conduct- ed on chemical and biological warfare, should be converted into a research centre for pol- lution control, Grant Motley, Alberta leader of the New Dem- ocratic Party, said Wednesday. He told a news conference that the federal government spends annually on chemical biological warfare, "the blackest art of modern science." "Better our money go to study ways to preserve He, not test methods to quicker, death." Mr. Notley said Suffield, 150 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BATTLE OF BRITAIN" in technicolor, starring Trevor Howard, Kenneth More and Christopher Hummer. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, May 14, 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BATTLE OP BRITAIN" in technicolor, starring Trevor Howard, Christopher Plummer and Kenneth More. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, May 14, 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SLAVES" in starring Stephen Boyd, Dionne War- wick and Ossie Davis. Thursday, May 14. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln GRAND HE-OPENING FRIDAY SHOW STARTS AT DUSK "LAST color. Starring Glenn Ford. Friday and Saturday, May 15 and 16. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "BATTLE OF Technicolor. Starring Michael Redgrave, Kenneth More, Michael Caine and Curt Jer- gens. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 14, 15 and 16. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. Gil more oul of life tin family movie Suffield Station Protest Planned miles southeast of here, is a major chemical biological warfare testing ground for Can- ada, the United States, Britain and Australia under a secret agreement. He urged people to partici- pate in a non political demon- stration scheduled for May 29 at Suffield to protest the con- ducting of the tests. The federal government had to be called to account for vio- lation of the Geneva gas proto- col of 1925. "There appears little doubt that chemical defoliation weap- ons now used hi Vietnam have been tested at the NDP leader said. King Of Northern Flyers Is Dead EDMONTON (CP) Funer- al services will be held Friday for Matt Berry, 81, a former bush pilot once known as the "King of Northern Flyers." He died in hospital here. In 1936 Mr. Berry won the McKee Trophy, awarded an- nually to Canada's most out- standing contributor to avia- tion, for two daring air rescues. ACTED ON HUNCH Acting on a hunch, he located and rescued two air force fly- ers lost for a month in the bar- ren lands of the Canadian North. Later in the year, he rescued Bishop Falaize and four others from a Roman Catholic mission in the North. He was reported missing sev- eral times during his flying ca- reer but always managed to make it home even with a OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-6300 STARTING TOMORROW THE WORLD'S MOST HONORED MOTION PICTURE! WINNER OF H ACADEMY AWARDS including "BEST PICTURE51! ORIGINAL LENGTH-INTACT-NOTHING LEFT OUT ENDS TONIGHT "Midnight Cowboy" with Dustin Hoffman HIT NO. 2 "Alice'i Restaurant" FAMILY REGULAR PRICES Adults Evt. Studtnh Kidi SOc Anytimt NOTE One Complete Show Only at p.m. BOX OFFICE OPENS P.M. FAMILY broken back on one occasion. Fellow pilots said he knew much of the north like his "own back yard." His flying career started in 1917 when he joined the Royal Flying Corps while serving ov- erseas in the infantry during the First World War. After the war he worked as a bush pilot until 1937 when he stopped flying to become gen- eral manager of Northern Transportation Co. He later established two air- line companies in the north, Yellowknife Airways and Ter- ritories Air Service, which he operated until 1951 he re- Stalled Montana Program Gets Shot In Ami HELENA, Mont. (AP) A start on Montana's stalled buil- ing bond program was assured yesterday when the state ac- cepted an offer by a New York firm. Advance Securities Corp. agreed to purchase million In long-range building program bonds at the state's maximum Interest of 5.5 per cent. The short-term bonds come due between now and 1975. A spokesman for the State Board of Examiners, which ac- cepted the offer, said the money will allow construction to begin on a number of pro- jects. He said the money should be ample to handle this sea- son's work prior to the next session of the legislative as- sembly, when other arrange- ments can be made. Teachers Favor Strike Vote DRUMHELLER Teachers in the Drumbeller Val- ley School Division, No. 62, have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a government super- vised strike vote to be taken in the immediate future. The vote was taken after the school board rejected a concil- iation board recommendation which had been accepted last week by the teachers. The report recommended 5.7 per cent pay increase. FOR TRASH CALGARY (CP) The city plans to spend this year to collect debris strewn along public right-of-ways and the Bow and Elbow riven. tain a summary ol the pupil's academic and personal develop- ment, plus an assessment. He said he knows of no in- stances of any abuse of the cards, but sees a potential dan- ger particularly if the stu- dent has had any involvement with drugs. PHILCO COLOR TV RADIO TV JAIIV 3 302 13th SI. N. Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT Thursday Night! of Friday Night Put to Our Gigantic Girmon Mayfeit Friday Nightl FEATURING HIS, HERS AND MINE 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION Sl.OO Glen'i DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! ELKS CLUB of LETHBRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT in LOUNGE THURSDAY, MAY 14th FRIDAY, MAY 15th THURSDAY NIGHT BINGO UPSTAIRS 10DGE ROOM NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC FOR BINGO SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING TIL 1 A.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Special Noon Menus Daily HAPPY TIME P.M. DAILY FOR ALL ELK MEMBERS AND GUESTS TONIGHT thru SAT. POSITIVELY LAST 3 DAYS 2 Shows Nightly At And p.m. 'M'WH'iswhat the new freedom of the screen RESTRICTED IS all ahOUt. ADULT ScMctolLJh SOttiCenturf-FoipTtsmlJ DONALD SUTHERLAND ELIIOTTGOULD-TOMSKERRITT (Mini! ttUVKUtfJHll' KBBit Wi'Ml KKIBBBW Color by DEUIXEf. COMING NEXT 'ZABRISKI POINT' PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE May 12th-May 18th inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, May 15lh NOON HOUR SWIM sOO p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, May 16th Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, May 17th Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming................. p.m. Monday, May 18th NOON HOUR SWIM............... p.m. Public Swimming p.m. THIS ADVERTISEMENT Will APPEAR EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY PIONEER TRAIL RIDE WHEN: July ]0th-20th, 1970 WHERE: Beginning at the loRose Ranch at Stirling and cover- ing the following trail: Milk River Ridge, Knight Ranch, Mclntyro Ranch, Bar S Ranch, Whisky Gap to Waterton Lakes, over the Castle River Divide and along the East Branch of Castle River to Pincher Creek, jcross the Blood Reserve to Fort Macleod and along the old Stage Coach Road to Lethbridge in time for the Whoop- Up-Days Parade. WHO: Anyone between the agei of 10-80 years. COST: plus 50c per day for horse feed. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT TRAIL BOSS, MR. RAY LAROSE At 756-3430 or Box 203 Stirling, Alberta. PHONt 71100 HDIVF.IN REEN ACRES JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I LAST TIME TONIGHT I 'Eye For an Eye' In Color with Robert Lansing 'Robbery' with Stanley Baker FRIDAY and SATURDAY I A of Britain MJ IHanvMrnMlWDtliM HHsnySataanttateliai Ian IfcSte.teJi Mori liiraa Olivier toel CWojiiB tamr Hicliail Kidgaia Ralph Ridiartari FalrlclWjnal; SMiahYot bnavayuWilfrtd GftiM HIT "GO-GO MANIA" NO. 1 With THI BEATLES THE ANIMALS s SI50'N'70 g HALF A TON AND TEN FEET TALL... Ul Only who called him brother could 0 mighty WAHB, ruler of the rookies! FAMILY I H 0 0 FILMED IN ALBERTA NEAR BANFF 0 is 2 0 ENDS JOHN IN "TRUE GRIT" AND TONIGHT WAYNE DORADO" STARTS TOMORROW Technicolor' g u 2 CAPITOL MATINEE FRIDAY at P.M. SATURDAY FIRST SHOW ___________at P.M. '70ilii50'N'70BB01M'7Da50IN'70 ;