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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 16, 1973 Battle of Little Big Horn script being rewritten HARDIN, Mont. (AJO The story behind the Battle of Little Big Horn is changing. The superintendent of the Custer Battlefield National M o n u ment in southeastern Montana says many changes have been in translating the battle for visitors, and more are on the way. Eldon Reyer said the aim is to tell more of both sides of the famous battle which involved Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Seven members of the 16- member team writing the mas- ter plan for the national park service's scenario are Indians. FASHION DISCOVERY 73 THURSDAY, MAY 17-8 p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Fashions By SALLY SHOP JEAN JUNGLE BATA SHOES PEOPLES JEWELLERS Proceeds to the LCI Band Uniform Fund TICKETS EACH AT THE DOOR Sponsored by SOX SORORITY Gold mines may be reactivated SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) A half dozen large gold mines will be reactivated in Montana and Idaho if the price of gold stays up, a mining executive predicted here. "When people are convinced the price of gold will stay up there, there will be all kinds of new exploration for the Eskil Anderson, president of Little Squaw Mining Co. and Spokane consulting geologist, said yesterday. Russell H. W. Chadwick, president of the Northwest Min- ing Association, said a gold price of or more will mean "much increased exploration activity for gold in the Pacific Northwest." Canada should co-operate in energy development WINNIPEG (CP) Canada must develop energy sources in co-operation with other na- tions or be "left out" of indus- trial development, G. N. Pat- terson, leader ofthescience council of Canada's energy pro- ject, says. "We are in a very good posi- tion as we have a fair number of options for energy conver- sion but we don't have the fi- nances to fully exploit these op- he told the Internation- al energy conference. Because of the limitation of finances, Canada should co-op- erate with other nations and share the costs, Mr. Patterson said. "But you have to make sure in energy conversion that industry is involved." He said Canada could take the easy way out by simply buying from outside sources any energy that Canada can't supply internally. But this would prevent the development of industry that comes from technological innovations. The two-day conference on biomass is considering all mat- ter that grows, including plant material and the stored resi- dues of plants and animals. Mr. Patterson said cost is a big factor in considering which energy conversion system to use, but the area of most con- cern was co-ordination of ef- fort. Gordon McNabb, assistant deputy minister of the federal department of energy, mines FOOD THAT ADD'UP TO LOWER TOTAL BILLS YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 Phone 328-5742 for Free City Delivery on Large Orders. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. We sell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. Service Is Our Business PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 17 18 19 Bellevue, Alberta Phone 564-4638 ATTENTION Your former Super Save IGA in Bellevue has changed to the new group Mayfair Foods. Same ef- ficient service just a new name. Nabob Regular ib. net wt. Oranse oz Crystals, net wt. Tang Beans with Pork P or Cream Corn, Twin Pack 93" 79" Cavalier Choice, Assorted. 14 fl. oz. Luncheon Meat Pineapple 3 89" Miracle Whip Catsup Prepared Mustard or cubit, 12 fi. oz 10 ,........1 BBQ Sauce Charcoal Briquets Lighter Fluid Foil Wrap J 29 Potato chips Puff Marshmallows MAYFAIR FOODS MEATS We invite you to try our meats the best in town" We will cut our meats to suit your requiremens. Grade A Beef H9Arf Chuck Steak Thick B.B.Q, ib Cross Rib Roast .A 1'19 Ground Beef Lite Pork Side Spare Ribs !fadeal.for BBQ Ccmada Grade whole B.B.Q. Readyf lb Sliced Side Bacon ST4STI 99" Bologna T: 59" Wieners PRODUCE Ibs. Oranges Tomatoes Cucumbers Peacock Sweet and Juicy Royal Hawaiian, Large Size. Each....... California Extra Choice Valencia, Large and Sweet Canada No. 1 Imported OQti Vine Ripened................. Ib. 12 for Canada No. 1 Hot HOUSB A M AX Z 48P Armstrong Mild Ib........... FROZEN FOODS DAIRY FOODS Orange Juice 89d Cheddar Cheese Fish Sticks nrjl 59" Spreadeasy Hash Browns 3, 1 Ib. netwt for H Burns 2 Ib. net wt. -08 firiiip Red Lenf ui Hit? 3 lb_ net wt_ and natural resources said his department expects to make a study public soon. The study will set out esti- mates of future demand for energy and how they will be fected by changes in the use of energy and in the Canadian way of life. Mr. McNabb took issue with those who contend there is "a total absence of policy control from Ottawa" on energy mat- ters. He said: "'jiis is just not the case. In addition, there can be no such thing as a clear concise policy statement which, once all the basic material has been col- lected and analysed, will be able to guide us for the coming decade. "The problem is not that simple, and the documents which will be published will re- veal the complexity of a com- plete ainalysis of the role of en- ergy in our economy and the need for a package of flexible policies which can readily adapt to'rapidly changing cir- cumstances." Mr. MeNabb said the energy crisis facing the world gees 'far beyond the management problem" to the question of es- tablishing in "far more defini- tive terms what energy re- sources are available for fu- ture needs." He said some Canadians should change their attitude on trade with the United States. 'As Canadians, we should view our export opportunities in the U.S. as just that opportuni- ties to sell our surplus com- modities which will benefit Ca- nadians." MORE HOPEFUL W. D. Alexander of the Uni- versity of Manitoba's mechani- c a 1 engineering department said the general energy situa- tion in the world looks much more hopeful now than a few months ago. "There now are many viable, renewable sources of energy available to take the place of fossil fuels, and it appears as though it will be possible to maintain the present standard of living." Prof. Alexander warned, how- ever, the world must recognize that supplies of fossil fuels eventually will disappear, and that the low cost energy they supply is ending rapidly. He said the big need is "for science, industry amd govern- ment to get down to work and develop what we now have" in energy resources. Furlong resigns OTTAWA (CP) D. B. Fur- long says he will resign as managing director of the Cana- dian Petroleum Association this summer. He said in a prepared state- ment he has made a contribu- tion to the industry and the as- sociation and "would Eke to try something else." Walter Dingle, chairman of the association's board of gov- ernors, said a repla'fcement has not been found. What's cold and wet when it's hot and dry? GOT IT? GOOD FOR YOU! PRLM Palm Dairies Limited TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPORT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The New York Mets meet the Expos at Montreal. MOVIE MUSICAL: "South 1 p.m., Ch. 11. Rodgers and Hammerstein musical classic with great tunes and scenery. CRIME DRAMA: Cool Million ,8 p.m., Ch. 13. A snapshot taken at Niagara Falls is a clue in a murder case. Filmed in Niagara, Toronto and Quebec. MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Music associated with farming is featured on this week's program. CRIME DRAMA: Sarge, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. While trying to uncover the source and reasons behind a huge cash donation, Sarge finds himself in the middle of a double murder. MUSIC: Paul Horn Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Singer Billy Eckstine joins Paul and his musicians as the special guest. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Mrs. James Stewart, Mrs.-Charles Branson, Barbara Feldon and Tish Sterling model Jean Louis' designs from "Lost Horizon." MOVIE DRAMA: "Angels From a.m., Ch. T. A story of a former motorcycle gang leader who returns home from Vietnam and starts up a new gang in his town. THURSDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Capetown 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Two South African secret service agents try to retrieve a roll of classified microfilm before it gets into Communist hands. 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 Leth bridge Herald. CHEC if Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Farm News; Music We Remember News Came News News Sports Sports Bob Hesketh Grain Prices Chec-line Oliver Chec Trading Post Call of the Land Leo Dow Dave King John Oliver Jack Neufeld Farm News Paul Tessier CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NI6HT CBC News News, Wthr, Sport Probe 1220 News, Wthr, Sport News World at Six Phone Bill Show Stan Baiiley show Joan waterfield Bruce Bowie Show Jim Parsons THURSDAY Jim Elliot Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices Clarke J3ck Probe 1220 and Grain Prices Jack Thyt Stan Bailley Probe 1220 World at Six Show CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY Thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 a.m. -12 noon 4 a.m. -12 noon Don McMaster Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 12 noon-6 p.m. 4 p.m.-'lO p.m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 6 10 p.m.-12 midnight p m.-l a m. Dell-O SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m.-l p.m. nd Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie) and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In Rock World at Six THURSDAY As It Happens Warmup Concern Eye Opener News, Sports, Wthr World at B From the Capitals Eye Opener Five Nights a weeK World At Nina Inside from the This Country Outside Radio Noon 55 Stockrnarket 03 Schools :30 Max Ferguson :03 Bob Kerr 00 BBC 03 Home Run 30 News 00 World 4 30 As It Happtni The 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 scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of ther regulations! Next Chinook May 29 (Advertising Deadline is May 23rd) CALL 323-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Lassie Truth or Consequences Let's Make a Deal Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Ed Allen Take 30 Edge Of Night Family Court Drop tn Hollywood Squares WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares CJOC News Expo Baseball National Sports Lawrence Welk Sarge News CJOC News Crossfire Movie: Angels from Hell THURSDAY Pinocchlo Wizard of Oz News and Farm Facts Audubon Joan Waterfield Mr. Dress Up Canadian Schools Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News Best the Clock Hawaii Five-O Mystery Movie Jason King Paul Horn Show News News Merv Griffin THURSDAY Thought for Day University of Air 12: Room 12 Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar 2 Fashions In Sewing 3 Parlon Francis 3: Trouble with Tracy Supermarket 4 Yoga Pierre Berton 4: Life Style 4: 00 Eye Bet 30 Family Affair 00 Movie: The Capetown Affair ;30 Somerset 00 Another World 30 Whats the Good Word 00 Anything You Can Do 30 Buckshot 55 Star Trek KRTV Great Falls NIGHT WEDNESDAY News News Bob Newhart t-.m Movie: Cool Million Cannon Mannix News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World 9: 10; 10: 10 11. Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) 45 Salute Agriculture As World :00 Today Show News :00 Today In Montana ;30 Pyramid Another World :00 Sale of Century Hollywood Talklnj 30 Hollywood Squares Secret storm :00 Jeopardy Mike Douglas Show 30 Who What Where Joker's Wild Game News ;55 News S'OO News 00 Baffled 5.30 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Captain News Jack La Lanne Audrey Galloping Gourmet Young and the Restless Search for Tomorrow All My Children Lets Make a Farm News News News Truth or Consequence! Movie: South Pacific Movie: Let I Handed Gun THURSDAY Kangaroo News General Hospital One Life to Days of Our Lives Dinah's Place Three on a Match Dating Split Second Bewitched Passworo News Deal News Newlywed ;