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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy, Mtiy 56, WO THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPECIAL: "Canada Day al Expg p.m., Cli. 7: A visit to the Candian pavilions, plus entertainment by Ian and Sylvia, RCMP and its Musical Ride and Les Feus, Follets. MOVIE: "The p.m., Ch. 11: A private eye tries to protect a girl and her mother from mysterious pursuers. Stars Sammy Davis Jr. MOVIE: "The Movie 1 p.m., Ch. 9: Arthur Kennedy stars in a mystery about an arsonist who torches old films for no apparent reason. PUBAFFA1RS: "Tommy p.m., Ch. 7: Man at die Centre profiles the native of Medicine Hat, a CBC writer and broadcaster. PUBAFFAIRS: "Wheat Surplus p.m., Ch. 13: An examination of the hardships inflicted on prairie farmers and businessmen by the wheat glut. DEBATE: "Dr. Anton Sandor La p.m., Ch 7- Under Attack' sets students against the head of the satanist church who insists man should embrace the seven deadly sins. INTERVIEW: "Theodore H. p.m., Ch. 1J: The author of the Making of the President tells Pierre Berton why politics is changing hi the U.S. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: "The Crowning 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1958 English film about three people who try to find the owner of an unclaimed hat. Stars Ted Ray. MOVIE- "Con-c of 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A court of enquiry investigates an airliner crash. With Michael Craig. CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NISHT Paul Tivlflar Rob Ingram Terry tumsdon WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show News, Sports Farm Phone Bill Show News, Sporti 10-00 v.'jyne Barry Jack Thys Galloping Gourmel Country Music Nation's Business Matinee ProM 1220 Paul Tlvldar News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to Ins Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow Bent Pederson CHEC FM 100.? mg. to Classical Johnson r CHEC if Wihr'v Sports to Music B. Carnaby WEDNSSDAY- Ron Stone Farm Show News, Sports, Wthr. The Way I Sea It Stock Market Report Woman's World on the Half Hour Jean Pautey Comments Way I See It Community Bui lei in Board Call of the Land Cattle Prices Veryl Tpdd Jean Pauley Comments Caravan News, Wthr., Sports CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo World at Six Supplement WEDNESDAY Chronicli Eye Opener Matinee News HMSCdn. Short Stories 7-35 Sports TBA Rev. Bill Porlman High Noon Jazz for the Record World at Eight After Noon Soloists Commentary Schools Broadcast Tuesday Night Max. Ferguson Personality National News Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Concert Gerrust! Actuality Nathan Cohen BBC News News Weather Klandlke Artists Music Past Midnight CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Ciblevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Three Stooges Teleprobe 7 Expo '70 Dan Messer Red Skolton McQueen c Miston Impossible c Man at the Centre News (c) Teleprobe 7 Our Town Under Attack News (c) Our Town McHale's Navy WEDNESDAY Cartoons Pirmodiio ?nd Qi Hillbillies News Little People- Mr. Dressup Ed Allen Western Schools Movie: Crowning Touch Take 30 Edge of Night (c) Galloping uourr Friendly Giant (c) Banana Splits Chez Helene The Beatles TUESDAY NIGHT Lucy Show r-ocus Medical Centre c Love, American Style Johnny Cash (c) Deparlment (c) Our World (c) News Pierre Berlon (c) Edgar Wallace CFCN-TV Lcfhbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) Today Peyton Place Magistrate's Court WEDNESDAY cartoons Thought for Day Buckshot News Movie: University ot Air Cone Of Silence Uncle Bobby (c) People In Conflict Romper Room (c) Doctor's Diary c Grampa Glllus Bewitched Parlons Wynne's Pad Fllntstones t ToSdy Lucy Show c KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} TUESDAY NIGHT Agriculture World Turns c Huntley-Brinkley c Today Show c Our Lives c News c Today fn Montana The Doctors c Red Skelton c Sale of the Century Another World Julia c Hollywood Squares Edge of Night c Movie: The Movie Jeopardy c Gomer Pyle c Murderer 9-10 wiio What Whert Mike Douglas c News c 9'30 Game 9.55 News Cronkite News 10-00 Another World Lucille Ball Somerset c Hunlley-BrinWey t KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cibfevition Ch. 11) Agriculture Our World TUESDAY NIGHT Lancer c AAod Squad c Movie: The Pidgeon Marcus Weloy TV-5 News Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY NDWS Kangaroo c It Takes Two c Jack tBLatvne c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everything A World Apart c All My Children Make a Deal c Newlywed Game Dating Gamt c Secret Storm c One Life to Live Dark Shadows c Love Is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital Linkielter That Girt Bewitched TV-5 News Haw CTV Announces New Schedule TORONTO (CP) The CTV network, faced with strict regulations set last Friday >y the Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission, has an- nounced its prime-time schedule K 1970-71. Included in the private net- work's new programs is Nash- ville North, a weekly half-hour musical featuring Canadian and United States talent. Another is the syndicated Barbara McNair Show, which also 'includes Cana- dian talent. The CHTC rules require pri- vaile TV stations to fill at least per cent of their schedules ith Canadian programming by Oct. 1, 1972. The CBC will fill the requirement by Oct. 1 this year. Other new programs sched- uled by CTV are Untamed World, featuring animal life around the world; a half-hour news and information program yet to be named, and another undecided Canadian show. Returning U.S. programs in- clude: Bewitched, Here's Lucy, Marcus Welby, MD, the Carol Burnett Show, the Courtship of Eddie's Father, Mod Squad, the Johnny Cash Show, Family Af- fair, the Dean Martin Show, Mannix, the Andy Williams Show, the FBI and the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour. Returning Canadian series in- clude: W5, Pig and Whistle, CTV News and Hockey Night in Canada. Ballerina Turns Tigress CELIA FRANCA "UUcr Rubbish" Pearson Issues Warning To UN Seek Hike In Govt. Borrowing WASHINGTON (AP) The Nixon administration, citing lower-than-expected tax collec- tions, asked the United States Congress today to raise the ceil- ing en government borrowing by This would increase the debt ceiling to With- out congressional action, the ceiling would automatically drop July 1 to Treasury Secretary David M. Kennedy, presenting the request to the ways ami means commit- tee of the House of Representa- tives, said: "Apart from the effect of pro posed legislation, (government) revenues have been reduced by in the current (fis- cal) year and in fiscal 1971, in both cases largely reflecting lower estimates of corporate profit tax receipts. "This slippage, in part at least, appears to reflect a low- er-than-antioipated level of cor- porate profit during the first part of this calendar year. It does'not reflect any relaxation of our continuing efforts con- trol inflation." Budget Director Robert P. Mayo said the fiscal year begin- ning July 1 is expected to result in a deficit of in- stead of a surplus of the same amount. The current year, Mayo said, now is projected to show a deficit of UNITED NATIONS (AP) Lester B. Pearson, former mme minister of Canada, pro- wsed today the creation of a jiree-man brain trust to draft a report on revising the structure SPECIAL! TRANSISTOR RADIOS g TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS! FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S Phone 37.8-2328 Federal Help In Construction Of Hotels Urged EDMONTON (CP) Walter Proctor of Edmonton, presi- dent of the Alberta Hotel As- sociation, says the'federal gov- ernment should help finance ho- tel construction. Mr. Proctor told the AHA an- nual meeting here that note builders cannot obtain money to finance new construction be- cause this sort of investment returns less than the 10 per cent available from other in- vestments. Ottawa, he said, could help out by providing money lor ho- tel construction at a low inter- est rate of five per cent FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thought OUR NEW NUMBER 327-4581 if the United Nations. He warned that unless the United Nations develops along Here's Why CBC Seemed Flush With Money TORONTO (CP) If the CBC seemed a bit flush with some of its money lately, it has rectified the situation. A defective toilet flusher was to blame. The economy curb was ex- plained by Eugene' Hallman, vice-president of the publicly- owned corporation, at the an- nual meeting of the Ontario Society of Industrial Account- ants. "As you may know, all of our water is metered and we pay public works each month for water consumed. "The reading for this past week showed the consumption to be four times our normal consumption and tins was traced to a toilet in the ladies washroom which had flushed continually." The CBC head office in To- ronto used gallons of water that week, which Mr. Hallman said yesterday was enough "to water our lawns for a full season." new lines "then, like other in- ;ernational associations of the last, it will diminish and ulti- mately disappear." a former president of the General Assembly, ad- dressed the opening of a confer- ence on human survival spon- sored by the Charles F. Ketter- ing Foundation. He said he would like to see the General Assembly appoint three persons of broad experi- ence and high reputation to re- port to Secretary-General U Thant their views on what should be done to make the Rock Musical Show Reopens BOSTON (AP) Hair, the rock musical closed by state courts because it was "lewd and reopened yesterday as a result of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling and appears headed for a long run at the Wilbur Theatre. "We're now selling tickets into a theatre spokesman said. Today's Showtirrifes To Commit Change of Last Complete PARAMOUNT The Ballad of Cabie Hogue; Short Last compfeUi COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Ben Last complete 1 GREEN ACRES Great The Learning One Complete THE THRIIL-PACKED..., ALL-NEW "A SPANCUUMB FANTASY" "cASTLF JUNE 3rd and 4th Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds 2 SHOWS EACH DAY AT AND S P.M. ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE at CAMM'S SHOES and FOSTER'S JEWELLERY ADULTS CHILDREN United Nations function more effective. RESTORE REPUTATION Pearson proposed new initia- tives which he said, if success- ful, could restore and strengthen the reputation of the United Nations among the peo- ples and governments it serves, "First among these are mea- sures to prevent further deterio- ration of the human environ- he said. "Nothing could be of greater consequence than successful action here." He said the responsibility for success or failure rests on the ma JOT nowers, "who in this case do most cf the polluting and the pnfeoning, without regard to its effect on others." Taking note that this year is the 25th anniversary of the United Nations, Pearson said that unless the economic gap is closed between rich and poar countries, "we will not be cele- brating a 50th anniversary of our world organization." OSAKA, Japan (CP) Ealle- rina-turBed-ligrcss Cclia Franca Monday termed the decision to exclude the National Ballet from direct participation in Canada Day ceremonies at Ex- po '70 Wednesday "complete and utter rubbish." Miss Franca, who founded the 'company 18 years ago and now is its artistic director, said in an interview the man who has to shoulder the blame for its exclu- sion is Patrick Reid, commis- sioner-general of the Canadian pavilion here. She made the c o m m e'n t s shortly after the GO-member company taped a seven-minute segment from Swan Lake for jroadcasting Wednesday along vith CBC live coverage of the Canada Day entertain- ment extravaganza. The company, only foreign jallet invited to participate in Sxpo's classical series, is cur- rently performing Romeo and Juliet before sellout crowds at the Festival Hall in downtown Osaka. HAD COUNSEL Reid, in an interview, con- firmed it was "my decision, jased on the advice of Alan Lund of Toronto, who is produc- ing our show, and other impre- sarios involved, though I had my ow.'. The obviously angry Miss Franca said the decision left tier company deeply disap- pointed and she charged those responsible with "inverted snob- bery" in trying to suppress the classical side of the Canadian entertainment industry. The National Ballet was offi- cially invited.to participate in Canada Day last November at meetings here between Mr. Reid and company manager Wallace Russell. Reid said he was under the impression at (hat time that the company would offer a can-can PHILCO COLOR TV RADIO S TV JAlft 3'302 13th St. N. lumber from a ballet by Offen- >ach. Miss Franca said the company decided on the sclec- jon fi'om Swan Lake when news of the invitation reached Can- ada. It was the best selection in our repertoire for Expo, com- pletely suitable for the facilities available and viewing by an au- dience from a said Miss Franca. 'When I learned that the Na- tional Ballet planned to do something from Swan Leke in an area the size ot too football fields, Festival Plaza, I began to have some personal misgiv- said Reid. 'I solicited the advice of Mr. Lund and some other people in the entertainment he added. "They all advised me against allowing the ballel to perform in Festival ac- cepted that advice and stand bv my decision." Reid said he sent com- pany a letter asking Miss Franca to substitute something for Swan Lake, something more in keeping with the youthful ex- uberance theme of the Canada Day entertainment package. He suggested the company revert to the can-can segment origi- nally discussed. "By that time we were too far along with Swan Lake to come up with something said Miss Franca. "In any event, the Swam Lake segment is very lively, 'very much to keeping with the theme." Calgary Firm Gets Contract OTTAWA (CP) Northern Lights Construction Co. Ltd. of Calgary has been awarded a contract for construc- tion of two bridges on the Haines Road in the Yukon Ter- ritory, the public works depart- ment announced .today. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Lefhbridge ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE LIONS POOL 5th Avenue ond 16th Street North, commencing Wednesday, Moy 27th, 1970 and continuing through the summer season. The Public Swimming Schedule for ihe week of May 27th to May 31st is as follows: Wed., May 27lh-Public Swimming p.m. Thurs., May 28lh-Public Swimming p.m. Fri., May 29th-PubIic Swimming p.m. Sot., May 30th-Public Swimming p.m. Sun., May 31st-Pgblic Swimming p.m. The Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Leth- bridge also announces the revised (1970) rates for admission to the City Swimming-pool for public swimming- la) Regular Admission Children-20c Adults-60c (b) Passes___Family Pau for Summer (May T5th-Sept. 15th) (c) Sheets of 28 tickets 3.50 1 ticket admits 1 child 2 titketj admit 1 student 4 tickets admit 1 adult These rales will bo effective May 27th, 1970 at all City of Lethbridge Swimming Pools. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NEVADA SMITH" in color, starring Steve McQueen, Karl Maiden ana Suzanne Pleshctte. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, May 26 and 27. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RlVER Sunland Theatre "SECRET CEREMONY" in technicolor, starring Eliza- beth 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 Gcraldine Page, Ruth Gordon and Rosemary Forsylh. Tuesday, May 26. Show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY" in color, starring Kim Novak and Zero Mostel. Tuesday, May 26. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie PHONE 71100 nnlire in JREEH UNCTION flF MAYOR HIGHWAY LAST TIME TONIGHT "THE LEARNING TREE" In Color With KYLE JOHNSON ESTELLE EVANS "GREAT CATHERINE" In Color with PETER O'TOOLE ZERO MOSIEL I WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ADULT ADULT HIT NO. 1 "THE YOUNG RUNAWAYS" In Color with Pally McCormick ONE COMPIETE SHOW Gates open ot p.m. Show starts at p.m. pLLEGE IN EM A COUEGEMflll 328-6300 TONIGHT thru THURS. 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