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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 25, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; MONDAY MOVJE: I'll Take Sweden, 6 p.m., Ch. Widower Bob Holcomb takes his teen-age daughter to Sweden, hop- ing she'll forget her boy friend. But Daddy transplanted her into swinging Stockholm where he has much to fear from the local courting customs. Bob Hope is Daddy and Tuesday Weld is the daughter. MOVIE: The Deadly Bees, Ch. 11. A vengeful beekeeper terrorizes an island populace with a strain of killer insects. Trick photography and special effects re- sult in chilling shock sequences. Suzanna Leigh and Frank Finlay star. COMEDY: Here's Lucy, 7 p.m., Ch..l3. Carol Burnett and Lucy toss decorum to the winds competing for the title of Secretary Beautiful. DRAMA: Name of the Game, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Publish- er Gend Barry digs into the past to fight charges that he tipped off some Cubans to the Bay of Pigs in- vasion. PUBAFFAIRS: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. Toronto drama critic Nathan Cohen and England's Malcolm Mug- geridge'take opposing, views in a discussion about cur- rent life styles and recreation habits. INTERVIEW: Pierre Berton, p.m., Ch. 13. Ivan Shaffer, the author of '-he Midas Compulsion, draws on his experiences in the Bay Street mining market to offer some sharp comments on tile meaning and myths of money. TUESDAY MOVIE: Weu of Suspicion, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. When a school girl disappears, a physical education teacher be- comes the suspect. MOVIE: The List of Adrian Messenger, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Master sleuth Anthony Gethryn attempts to solve a mysterious scries of slayings. George C. Scott stars. CJOC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Continental Rhap- Galloping Gourmet Probe 1330 Road Report World at 6 Paul Tivldar _ TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phone Bill Show Market Report News Paul Tivailar Rob Ingram CBC News sody Distinguished Artists Probe 1230 Gardenin Farm News Sports Jack Thys Country Music Mallnee Paul Tivldar Probe 12ZO News on the Hour CHEC Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT The Album Game News CHEC ,FM 100.V MG Farm News, Stocks Herb Johnson Stock AAkt Report H. B. Carnaby Dinner Showcase -ruccnAv Back to Ine Bible TUESDAY The Voice China Farrrt News World Tomorrow Music for Late Niters Jean Pauley Commenis News, Wthr., Sports Cattle Prices Show Time Jean Pauley Comments News, Wthr., Sports Caravan Stock Mkf Report News, Sports.-W.nr. Woman's World Farm News, Ftocks CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour Songs from the Nathan Cohen Classics News Music Past Midnight TUESDAY MONDAY NIGHT Tempo COO World at six Supplement Guest Appearance Calgary Beat As It Happens National News Five Nights Week Klondike Distinguished Arlists Eye Opener News Assignment World at Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping Gerrusi! Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Matinee Personality Afternon Concert Actuality BBC News Weather Defence Planners Turn Attention To Disorders OTTAWA (CP) Defence dc partment planners are givin increased attention to the ques lion of civil disorders in Canad and arrangemenls for usin troops to cope with any that ge out of control. One veteran officer says h has never seen a time whe more attention was paid to th role of servicemen in aid of th civil power. Under the National Defenc Act, the forces are obliged t respond to an appeal for hel from a provincial attorney-gen eral. The defence department i obliged to maintain a plan of as sistonce to cover "contingen cies." r The new concern for prepar ing the forces to perform thi function is said to have evolve from the factional strife accom panying the anti-Vietnam wa movement and the civil right movement in the U.S. Upheaval in the U.S. has its repercussions in Canada though less violent. The disorders in Montreal a the time of the police strike there last October provided the impetus for an over-all review of procedures governing the use of troops in times of civil emer gency. This review, currently under way in the defence, justice am solicitor-general's department is aimed at streamlining exist- ing machinery and making if more attuned to modern condi tions. According to an unofficial es- timate, six per cent of the train- ing time of Canada's fighting armored anc artillery devoted to crowd control methods for times of civil disturbance. A department spokesman said, however, it is impossible SPECIAL! TRANSISTOR RADIOS 15 FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 SENTENCED TO DIE Claude Martin, 38, of Mon- treal was sentenced yes- day to die In the California gas chamber for killing two men in San Francisco last year. Martin escaped from St. Vincent de Paul peniten- tiary in Montreal last July 5. CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT News (c) To Rome With Love Teleprobe 7 Three Stooges Coniundatum Teleprobe Wrestling Here Comes the TUESDAY Brides Plnnochio and Oz Let's Go To the News Races Little People Green Acres Mr. Dressup Front Page Ed Alien Name of mo Game Canadian Schools Man Alive c----------------------- Chez Helene Our Town News McHale's Navy Hillbillies c Movie: Web of Suspicion Take 30 Edge of Might Galloping Gourmet Swingaround Friendly Giant (c) Pofnsluff CPCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT News Room 222 (c) Hero's Lucy Edgar Wallace Today TUESDAY News University rf Air Magistrate's Court Cartoons Buckshot (c) Movie: The List Of It TaKes a 'Thief e Uncle Bobby People In Cunfiict Carol Burnolt Romper Room (c) Doctor's Diary Pig 'N Whistle Grarrpa GlMus Bewiichcti Ironside (c) Parlons Francais Wynne's Pad News (CJ Today Show Fllntstones (t) Pierre Benon Peyton Place Lucy Show (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Salute Agricullure Somerset Today Show c Today in Montana Sale of (tie Another World c Cenlury Edge of Nigh! c Squares c Jeopardy c Who, What Where Game Hews Another World News Here's Lucy c Movie: I'll Take Sweden Rowan and Martin News c Tonight Show c T.lfESOAY Salute Agriculture Our World As the World Turns Gomer Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy Griffith Cronkile News Lucille Ball c Hunlley-Brinkley c KFBB-TV Greot Falls Channel 5 (C.blcvision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIOHT Jack LaLanm c Love is a Many Galloping Gourmet Splendored Thing ui 1.4 Genera Hospital Woman's World c 3.30 ijnklelter Best of Everything That Girl A World Apart c Bewitched All My Children TV-S News Make a Deal c Lancer Ncwlywed Game Dating Game Secret Storm c CATV One Life to Live c MONDAY authority of the civil power. But we must make sure that in any instance the regular officers would also represent the ulti- mate authority of the troops." The primary responsibility for maintaining law and order in Canada rests with the police, in- cluding the RCMP. The armed services are called out only when a situation threatens to ;et out of police control. TO SUPPORT POLICE Current plans envisage their essential task as that of point control and guarding important nstallations and buildings, with jolice generally being left to leal with rioting mobs. How- ever, troops would be available :o provide any necessary >ackup to the police. To ensure utmost discipline in situations of great delicacy, Ca- nadian plans are for the calling lut of regular troops rather han the militia which is not as veil trained. This contrasts with the prac- tice in the U.S., where the tend- ency has been to use national guard reserves to handle dis- urbances. Use of the militia is not ruled ut. But the general expectation that it would be used mostly support work such as com- munications and transport. Similarly, though only infan- try, armored and artillery unit re considered suitable for aid o the civil power, such an oper- tion would require creation of small headquarters and use of ombat support and service sup- ort units from the regular orces. Officials do not appear cutely concerned about the bility of the armed spite their dwindling o deal with civil emergencies. But they do not pretend to be ntirely pleased with the cur- ent situation, either. After 1G months as a college teacher a' St. Paul, Minn., for- mer vice-president Hubert II. Humphrey says he's ready to give a passing grade to the vast majority of American stu- dents. By and large, he says, they are an active bunch, full of creative dissent and not willing to let a few "rebels of disorder'" speak for all students. "I think one of the saddest things that's happened in Am- erica is that a large number o) adults assume that the action and attitude of students is re- flected by the antics of a Humphrey said. He is expected to relinquish his teaching role soon and an- nounce he will be Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate from Minnesota, probably June 13. "He is a very enlightened man." That was Malaysian Premier Tunku Abdul Rahman's de- scription of Prime Minister Trudeau after discussion with the Canadian leader on such topics as admission of Com- munist China to the United Nations, the Southeast Asia sit- uation and bilateral co-opera- tion. Obviously impressed with his visitor, Rahman also noted that Canada "has a very independ- ent policy and is not inclined to take any side." The Belgrade tabloid )er Vecernje Novosti says Bob- jy Fischer, the American chess randmaster from Los Angeles, plans to marry a Yugoslav girj met while taking part in the recent Peace Tourney in Zag- reb, which he won. The news- >aper, which has Yugoslavia's largest circulation, said Fisch- er and the unnamed girl had left for the Adriatic coast to be HUBERT HUMPHREY Defends Students Bare-Breasted Entertainers Pack 'cm In White Paper Statement Readied EDMONTON (CP) Alberta s expected to submit its of- 'icial reaction to the federal gov- ernment's white paper on tax- ation at a meeting of provincial reasurers in Winnipeg June 5 and 6, Premier Harry Strom ;aid here. The statement, being prepar- id for the Alberta government ly Calgary consultants would je ready next week and would presented formally to the ederal government. Proposed cutbacks in tax in- :entives for'resource industries s expected to be one of the liggest concerns of the prov- nce, observers said. The prov- ince may also criticize the pro-' iosed capital gains tax and he reduction of taxation dif- erentials granted to small bus- nesses. EDMONTON (CP) "As ong as they don't go any fur- her, don't gyrate excessively and don't tell any dirty jokes, t's all right." That's what the city police morality squad told a local nightclub operator after Ed- monton's first public "topless" entertainment. Four woman members of the Hummingbirds, bare breasted except for pasties, entertained a near-capacity audience with half an hour of singing accom- panied by drums and guitars. Finds PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (AP) A garbage collector refused yesterday lo pick up a battered old chair Mildren Oc- cliipinti was throwing out unless she first broke it up. She began to do so and found that the chair, which her nieces picked up at a dump, was stuffed with 27 bills and one bill. Mrs. Occhipinti put the money in the bank and notified police. DOUBLE USE REGINA (CP) The Saskat- chewan Water Resources Com- mission reports that of the four rivers that flow both in the province and in the United States, Canadian use ranges from 36.2 to 40 per cent and the U.S. uses 54 to 03.8 per cent. Negro Elected YMCA Leader PITTSBURGH (AP) The Young Men's Christian Associa- tion of the United Slates elected a Negro man as president to- day for the first time in its 125- year history. Donald M. Payne, 35, of Newark, N.J., ran unop- posed during the community service organization's annual convention attended by 500 dele- gates. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. J. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. mm nDllfC III RIEN AC RIS DKIV I I N JUNCTION OF mm MAGRATH-MUITS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and TUESDAY Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. ADULT He's any boy... any time... growing up any place. I ADULT A film by Gordon Paiks. I TECHNICOLOR" FROM WARNER BROS.-SEVEN ARTS IN LETHBRIDGE JUNE 3rd AND 4th SHRINE CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Advance tickets on sate At CAMM'S SHOES AND FOSTER'S JEWELLERY ADULTS 2.00 CHILDREN 1.00 SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION COLOR GREAT CATHERINE COLOR PETER O'TOQLE AND ZERO MOSTEL OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 TONIGHT and TUES. Tonighf at 8 p.m. Family POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS The World's Most Honored Motion Picture! Winner of 11 Academy Awards _ including "Best INTACT FULL LENGTH NOTHING CUT COMING NEXT "THE LAWYER" BARRY NEWMAN-HAROLD GOULD Today's Showtimes Honor Student Faces Charge NEW YORK (AP) Detec- tives raided the apartment of a 21 year old honor student at Barnard College, seized narcot- ics valued at on the illicit market and charged her with being a "major supplier of drugs" at Columbia University. The co-ed was Andrea Rosen- berg. Four men in the apart- ment were arrested with her. Tiger KilU 27 LUCKNOW (Reuters) A man-eating tiger with 27 victims to its credit is stalking Almora district in the Himalayan foot- hills of India with a price of rupees on its head. The Ut- lar Pradesh state assembly was told the tiger killed 27 persons since July, 1967. To Commit Change of Last Complete PARAMOUNT The Ballad of Cable Hogue: Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Ben Last complete GREEN ACRES Great The Learning One Complete SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NEVADA SMITH" in color, starring Steve McQueen, Karl Maiden and Suzanne Pleshette. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 25, 26 and 27. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SECRET CEREMONY" in technicolor, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Mia Farrow and Robert Mitchum. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 26 and 27. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT Starring Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon and Rosemary Forsyth. Monday and Tuesday, May 25 and 26. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY" in color, starring Kim Novak and Zero Hostel. Monday and Tuesday, May 25 and 26. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more oul of life Take the family to a movie TONIGHT thru WED. At and p.m. Cable Hogue says... "Seek... and ye shall find'.' TUB CABLE FHOMVfflRffii BROS RESTRICTED ADULT STEMS WARNER AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR OUR FUN FILLED HAWAIIAN LUAU FEATURING INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED KALANI BROWNE and his MAUI SOUND 9 Piece Dance Band with Hawaiian Floor Show FRIDAY, JUNE 19th GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admission by Tickets Only Each ____________NOW ON SALE it RASICHO FRONT DESK AND CASHIER_____________ ENJOY OUR .LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. PRIME RIB SMORGASBORD In Our Licensed Dining Room f ONLY L RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! COMING NEXT 'MAGIC CHRISTIAN" PETER SELLERS-RINGO STARR TODAY and TUES. USf CWCC Louis Jordan Senta Berger Edmund OBrien Bernard Blier Mayor Magrath Drivt Phone 327-5701 SECOND FEATURE ArhangrofHirinf. A changeof ;