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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 50, 1979 Bury Dan f Jg chttTgC case under study DLCKALB. (API IllrK'ki'i', television's lloss CcirL- was Inirk'il io a Ihrci.1- 'ilinulL' rm'nionv, lu'n hours of scheduled time, in Ills liumclinvii in norlhoasl Tcxns. was Ihe way he wauled it." said one ot the family.- IlliK'ker died remilly in l.os Angeles of complications fnl- j lowing [jail bladder surgery. About 20 members of the im- mediate family were present ot the funeral. From SCOTLAND Tho Golden Volts of DENNIS CLANCY The Dancing Fingers ol ARTHUR SPINK ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION ALL WEEK MAY 22nd Ihru 27th OTTAWA (CD The Com- mons on privileges and elections will consider at ih next meeting whether it should ul tempt to have the Commons force Erik Nielsen lo testify on his references to mail tampering in the Parlia- ment buildings. Mr. Nielsen made his refer- ences in the Commons last March but since then has refused to apiwar before the cimuniLfcc which is invcsligal- that reference. lie lias said I hat the Liberal majority is on a "witchhunt." Other Mi's also had expressed concern about possible wire tapping, which the committee is considering as well. Mr. Nielsen and Conservative SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT "THE EDMONTON B1LI.IS NICHOL and FRANK SLIDE MAY 28, PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tickel! K! leister's committee momljere boycotted another meeting here. The re- maininR Liberal and NDP mem- bers debated whether the com- mittee should report lo the Commons that it lias found no evidence of wire lapping or mnil tampering or seek lo have Mr. Nielsen appear. In the end, it was agreed that Chairman Ovitlc La Flaminc (L draft a report which will include a request that the Commons order -Mr. Nielsen lo appear. This will be discussed at the next meeting of the committee. The commiltee itself has not the authority to force witnesses lo appear. The investigation started after Mr. Nielsen asked ir, the Com- mons last March whether the government is aware ol any practice or policy whereby pri- vate mail directed lo MPs from government employees is inter- cepted and examined by secu- rity personnel. On the same day Stanley Kor- chinski EI11CJK NIELSEN cl.iims Baud festival draws musicians MOOSE JAW (CP) The 23rd annual Kinsmen Band Festival began Thursday with the first adjudication of the three days of competition in- Two-Day English Riding Clinic MAY 27 and 28 (For riders of rrlf ages and riding fevefi.) Professional Instructor-JOE SELINGER Of Calgary's Sf. George's Stables Interested persons please call MR. or MRS. F. HESS 327-9804 or 327-0877 Hess Farm Mile NoHh of Sunnysjde School DEPOSIT REQUIRED I u ii in a m re nsked about possible wire tap- j volving 71 bands and more Lhan ping- Prime Minister Trnduau sub- i sequently denied that eillier of these tilings were taking place but Mr. Nielsen rejected the as- surances saying his source was too lu'ghly placed lo be wrong. He did not mention whether he was refeiTing to wire tapping or 1 just interruption of the mail. Mr. Nielsen in refusing to ap- pear has also said the Liberals j are wlial lie said i in the Commons. bandsmen. Comixititors arc here from Saskatchewan, Alberta, Mani- toba, Ontario, Quebec, Mon- tana and North Dakota. Ten adjudicators, represent- ing (he top names in North Am- erican musical judging, will hear more than individual er.lries in addition to ensemble band marching entries. The festival's highlight is Saturday's parade down the city's mile-long main street. r w LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE, SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! NOVELTIES ICE CREAM SANDWICH FLYING SAUCERS PUSHUPS Package of 16. Reg. SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY SPECIAL S-f .29 1 72J 23rd St. N. Phone 326-4658 of La ftacha Will be presented from Nov. lOih to Nov. 2Sfh, 1972 by Iho LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE A meeting of all persons interested in participating in the production (actors and production) will be held at Ihe Yates Centre on Sunday May 21st al p.m. At this time scripts and scorns will be available for AUDITIONS which will bo held Friday, May 26th at p.m. and Sunday, May 28th at p.m. Attendance at both of thoso auditions la essential, For further information ctill: Dick Mills 8-5228 Evenings r MARQUIS HOTEL (BEVERAGE ROOM) RETURNS BY POPULAR REQUEST 'THE BUTTONS' Thursday, Friday and Saturday Summer games REGINA (CP) Culture and Youth Minister E. L. Tclior- zcwski today announced that the 1972 Saskatchewan Summer Games will be held in Moose Jaw from Aug. 30 to Sept. 4. New director for Red Deer RED DEEH (CP) W. L. Pander, 29, of Portage la Prairie, Man., has been ap- pointed direclor of economic development for Ihe city, lie will take over his new duties July 1. Mr. Pander was chosen ovei two other candidates for the position which pay an- nually. Win air race TOUT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Al') Margaret Mead anil her copilot Dorothy hava won I'M1, Ottawa to Fort Lauderdalc Angel Derby women's air race. SALVATION ARMY (CALGARY TEMPLE) Presenls A 2-hour musical play complete with dramar humor and brand new music ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY, MAY 27th 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available at Leister's Admission per person L.C.I. SPRING CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE CONCERT AND STAGE BAND TUESDAY, MAY 23rd 8 p.m. L.C.I. AUDITORIUM Adults Srudents 50c Tickets at Leisters or L.C.I. ALL PROCEEDS TO THE BAND UNIFORM FUND Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos.......... Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards Each Children llndor 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also bo plnyotl in Iho club room for mcmhnrs find ihoir invitod gucstl Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilitini TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY 5IOV1K DllA.MA: "Love Has Many 0 p.m., C'li. 7. The mysterious death of an Aeapulco beach boy threat- ens a woman's marriage. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "The Six Wives of Henry S p.m., Ch. 7. In chapter three of this repeat series the can- tankerous Henry takes the sliy, devout Jane Seymour as his third wife. BEAUTY PAGEANT: Miss U.S.A., 8 p.m., Ch. 0. Miss U.S.A. 1872 will be chosen from 51 contestants, in this 21st annual pageant. Telecast live from Puerto Rico. MOVIE WESTERN: "One More Train to Roll." 9 p.m., Ch. 13. This 1971 film is a tongue in-cheek yarn about a bandit out to get the accomplice who sent him to jail and stole his girl. MOVIE DRAMA: "Sundays and p.m., p.m., Ch. 7. A moving study of the friendship between an amnesic war veteran and a lonely child. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Slpgc of Ihe p.m.. Ch. ]3. A dashing outlaw rescues King Arthur's daugh- ter from evildoers. SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. A report en the future of the Atlantic salmon anu1 the concerns that led Canada to impose a commercial fishing ban. SPORT: Pro Soccer, p.m., Ch. 7. St. Louis Stars meet the Toronto Metros as this feature returns for the sum- mer season. SPORT: Pro Tennis, p.m., Ch. D. Top tennis players on a World Championship tour leading to the finals August 27. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. The ad- ventures of an African mongoose family who have burrowed into a deserted termite mound. WILDLIFE: Audubon Wildlife Theatre, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. A study of a mother coyote and her family. Postponed from last week. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., C'li. 7. A Seeing Eye dog's life is traced in this first of a three-part drama. MAGIC, ESP: Amazing World of p.m., Cli. 13. The power of autosuggestion is explained and demon- strated by Kreskin. INTERVIEW: David Frnst, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Phil Silvers and singer Cleo Laine arc the guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "Carter's a.m., Ch. 13. A company of black soldjeis are given a dangerous mission made more hazardous under a prejudiced white southern officer. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Sergeant 1 p.m.. C'li. 7. Incompetence and mistaken identity at an air force missile base. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Mondini." 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. Tile life and times of famed magician and artist Harry Hourlini. MOVIE COMEDY: "A Guide fur a Married -Man." 7 p.m., Cb. 13. A husband gels wife-cheating lessons from a philanderer. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. John Colicos stars as the 16th ccnlury religious radical, Martin Luther. MOVIE DRAMA: "The 11 p.m., Ch. 11. Sean Con- ncry lias one of his finest roles as a prisoner who clashes with a sadistic commander in a .s'.ccadc. INTERVIEW: David Frost, I? C'li. 13. Nostal- gia buffs will enjoy this salute to the 5te vilh Buffalo Bill Smith, Howdy Doody and Dan Dailey. TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Saddle 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A roving cowboy takes over the care of his deceased friend's sons. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Girls of Pleasure 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Three girls live on an isolated island and learn that a party of 1500 marines will soon make a landing there. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cable-vision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT World of Wan Klahanie Movie: Love Has Many Faces Six Wives of Henry VIM Bless This Ho Ths Performer 10 30 Country Time Ne 5 00 Audubon (el World of Disney Dick Van Dyke The Rovers Teleprobc 7 Irish Roveri Time Out 7.30 World 7.30 Jimmy Slewnrt Partridge Family OrOO Flip Wilscn Cannon Sunday at Nirve Frcnl Page Weekend Challrnge (c) Nature ol Things Nalion's Business Man AlivG TclGprobG 7 NBWS (c) Provincial Allalrs Focus on U of L Tcleprob-! 7 Teleprobe 7 MONDAY Avengers ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Movie: Sundays and Cybclla SUNDAY Crossroad? Niven Miller Faiin for Today Movie: China Sky Strugglfl for order Today Mr. Dress Up Alberta School! Friendly Gianl Chez HGlene 11.00 Sesame Slreel Midav-Our Town Movie: Sergeant Farm and City Romper Room Mr. DrcEsup Friendly Giant fhci Helene Sesame Slrccl Miclay Our Towr. Movie: Ssddlr- Tramp Rincord Focus on U of L Deadhead Future Sliotk McHale'i Courilry Canada Take 30 Reach for (he fop Edrie ol Nlahl (c) Take 30 Marlin Luther Family Courl Edge ot Night King Games Drop In ji-00 Family Court (cl 5'GO Truln or Conss- Drop In New Majcrily and Trulh or Newi (c) Let's Make a Deal Consequences CFCN-TV Lefhbridge Chonne! 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Program lined by tilt radio and tiliviilon ilalioni. Any variation In program it dui le lait- minuto ehangti by the Italian and It not Ihe mpen- tlbllity of the Herald or Anglo Dlitribiitori Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sporli Morley McGill willi Contemporary News MONDAY TUESDAY Buryl Clark SATURDAY f--OQ Paul Tessier JflCK Ncwfeld SUNDAY Leo Dow Paul Tessier Barry Hegiand SATURDAY NIGHT News (c) 6-10 Oil Report (c) Kmcjo Bingo Roliin' On the erlcnn Riv Love A Slyle Movie: One Mora Train lo Rob Mev-S Nighlcap Mod Squad Heart Is win 10.IS NPWS (rj 10-71; NfV lo Ir) 10-lf) ToiiKjrrnv; 10 30 Sfii (c) n.on AII wy r.himri Klnotlnni fc) 5 30 NOV. For the bes) selection of the world's best radios sec ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS n'c Ctnlci 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-6922 ;