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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IfTHBRIBSt HERALD Saturday, Hay 30, 1970 MINI-PIG DEVELOPED-After 20 years of research, the Hormel Institute of Austin, Minn., has developed miniature pigs like this one which is inspecting a desk top at the institute. Scientists found that pigs are more closely related to man than any other experimental animal, but the stumbling block to using them for re- search was size. Normal pigs weigh around 240 pounds, while the mini-pigs weigh only 40 pounds.________ 4th Annual 'Festival of Flowers Ball' Sponsored by Canadian Martyrs Council No. 5520 Knights of Columbus, Picture Butte FRIDAY, JUNE 12th A.M. St. Catherine's School Auditorium PICTURE BUTTE Supper ot Midnight Refreshments Available Orchestra RAYMOND CANADIANS Admission per couple Dress Semi Formal Ticket Sales will be limited to 100 Couples There will bo no tickets sold at the door Phone JOHN RUDELICH 732-4493 or JOHN HORMOTH 738-4446 for tickets _ TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY COMKUY: Laurel and Hardy, 7 p.m. Ch. 7: Stan and Ollie, in a 1929 reel, try to hide a pat goat in their no-pets apartment. MOVIE: Don't Just Stand There, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: Two adventurers ii'y to smuggle 300 Swiss watch movements into France. Stars Robert Wagner and Mary Tyler Moore. MOVIE: "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, p.m., CIi. 7: A 1954 musical in which seven brothers, one wife and six kidnapped brides-to-be are snowed in at an Oregon farm. With Howard Keel and Jane Powell. MOVIE: The Smugglers, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A woman anrt her stepdaughter don't realize their European vacation is being used as a cover-up for a smuggling operation. Stars Shirley Booth and Carol Lynley. MOVIE: Nancy Goes to Rio, p.m., Ch. 11: A 1950 movie in which a mother and her daughter are hi competition for the same theatrical production. Stars Ann Sotheni and Jane Powell. MOVIE: The Hoodlum Priest, p.m., Ch. 7: Don Murray stars as a priest whose parishioners are the down-and-outers in a big city. With Ken- Dullea. MOVIE: Twilight for the Gods, p.m., Ch. 1.1: The precarious voyage hi the South Pacific of one of the last sailing ships. Stars Rock Hudson and Cyd Charisse. RIDING LESSONS ENGLISH, JUMPING, WESTERN QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS Conlact GWEN MURRAY 733-2227, evenings Lessons to be held c: FORT WHOOP-UP RIDING GROUNDS Royal Canadian Legion DERBY Saturday, June 6th Children 1 to 16 and 65 Years and Over HENDERSON LAKE a.m. 'til p.m. Registrations at Henderson Lake 4 a.m. 'til 12 registration fet SPECIAL PRIZES AND 11 TROPHIES SHORE FISHING ONLY FREE HOT DOGS ICE CREAM POP and POTATO CHIPS for all entrants BRAKE RELINE Our trained mechanics will install quality brake linings on all 4 wheels. Detailed inspection will be made of wheel cylinders, brake hose, brake drums and master cylinder. diviiion of TOE i, RUBBER Company of Canada limilerf Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. 5. Phone 327-3548 OPfN WEEKDAYS FROM 8 A.M. UNTIl 6 P.M. Mount Royal College Plan Announced CALGAHY (CP) Mount Royal College, cramped for space in which to expand, will be divided into two campuses, Education Minister K o b e r t Clark said here. The main campus will be at Lincoln Park in the southwest section of the city and will be limited to 5.000 students, the ex- pected enrolment by 1975. The other campus will be in the downtown urban renewal area and will use the facilities of the adult vocational school, tenders for which were !et last week. The present site ot the col- lege will revert to the provin- cial government for later "edu- cational use." The capital allotment for the construction of the Lincoln Park site was cut to 000 from SUNDAY SPECIAL: Blood Indian Reserve, a.m., Ch. 7: Dimension 7 by the CBC-Edmonton crew visits the Indian reserve southwest ot Lethbridge. FILM: The Great War, 11 a.m., Ch. 7: A David- Wolpcr special documents America's participation in the First World War. SPORTS: Football Follies, p.m., Ch. 9: A Julf- hour collection of gridiron goofs showing NFL football specialists at their worst. PUBAFFAIRS: New Majority, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: A report on the state of the arts in Cuba and a visit with problem- ridden Saskatchewan farmers. NATURE: Killer Whale, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: Profile of a dangerous sea giant who was netted in British Columbia and transported to a California marineland. NATURE: One Day at Tcton Marsh, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: World of Discey follows dawn-to-dusk activities of wild creatures along the Snake River in Wyoming. VARIETY: DCS O'Connor, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Dan Blocker, Jo Anne Worley and Mireille Mathieu. MOVIE: Hostile Guns, 6 p.m., Ch. 11: George Mont- gomery and Yvonne De Carlo star in a 1967 tale of a Texas marshal and the four prisoners he is escorting to a state penitentiary. VARIETY: 'Glen Campbell, p.m., Ch. 13: An all- star rerun with Dionne Warwick, the 5th Dimension, Jchn Byner and Ruth Buzzi DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Soames contem- plates a second marriage. Stars Erie Porter, Kenneth More and June Barry. SlOVIli: Season of Passion, p.m., Ch. 11: Bsisec! on the play Summer o{ the Seventeenth Doll, a 1961 film a'jout two Australian migrant workers who discover time is passing them by. With Ernest Borgnine and Anne Baxter. DOCUMENTARY: Canada at War, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The Blitzkrieg War quickly spreads over Europe as Hitler's divisions over-run Holland, Belgium and Luxemburg. MOVIE: Top Floor Girl, p.m., Ch. 7: A records clerk in an advertising agency schemes to get an execu- tive position. With Kay Callard. DRAMA: Court Martial, p.m., Ch. 13: Vengeance is Mine is the story of a French widow w'ho is arrested for the murder of a man billetted in her home. With Bradford Dillman. MONDAY MOVIE: The Lady Takes a Flyer, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Lana Turner and Jeff Chandler star in a 1957 film about a romance between an ex-Air Force 'colonel and a flying instructor. INTERVIEW: Jerry Rubin, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks with the U.S. radical and founder of the Yippie movement who started on his career as square reporter. ALLIED ARTS BOWMAN CENTRE LETHBRIDGE HANDICRAFT GUILD OPEN HOUSE AND EXHIBITION REFRESHMENTS SUNDAY, MAY 31 2-5 P.M. (EXHIBIT CONTINUES TO JUNE 6) LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITION OF MEMBERS PAINTINGS CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BRANCH EXHIBIT "BATIK" Registrations for summer programme of and crafts accepted Monday thru Friday 2-5 p.m. PAINTING, POTTERY, STAGE MAKE-UP, BATIK, DECOUPAGI PUPPETRY, CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN CRAFTS, DRAMA. Help Wanted V Next week, hundreds of students will be finishing the present school year, and will looking for summer employment. If you require exlra help to fill in holiday schedules, or for jobs around your home, these students are eager and willing to fill these positions for a week, a month, or preferably, all summer. They are registered for work at the Canada Manpower and many of them will continue their education with the money earned this summer. Why not call Monday for the pick of the student power available. Hire a Student Phone 327-8535 Canada Manpower Centre This advertisement published in support of the "Hire n Student'7 Campaign as a public service by The Lethbridge Herald. ANCIKNT MINE Carbon-dated ash from an iron mine in Ngwenya Hills of Swaziland proves the mine was worked about years ago. SPRING HEATED Nearly all homes and offices in R e y k j a.v i k, Iceland, are heated with water from thermal springs. LISTINGS .1 llthd by Ihi rodi. ond ttliyhiin llotlgi Any varititlan In program iditduln if ta minuh enongti by ttaliont ii I igomlbility Thi Hirald tr ttitwuy Iil.viiie.. News on ihe Hour aoc if Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Wavns Barry Dsryl Ferguson Action Set All Night -inow SUNDAY Rob Ing rani News Christian Science Voice of Tophccy Sunday Maqailns Rob Ingram Church .Broadcast News Paul Tivldar Holiday Something Say Capital Report CBC Showcase Funny You Should say That Songs of Faith Hour of Decision Sunshine Evangel Hour Sunday Supplement CHEC' Music from tht Prairies MONDAY Jim Elliot Show MSWS Phons Bill Show Galloping Qourmtt Gardening Bulletin Board Protn 1320 News, Sports Jack Thys SnftW Bulletin .Board Probe 1220 Road Report News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Bruce Thompson Dinner Showcase News BacK to The Bible Three Hills Bible World Tomorrow 6-.4S MennonltB Insf. Music for Hour Niters Author Interviews CHEC FM J0.90 MO Gospel Hour to Classics! Mormon Music with Herb Tabernacle Choir1 Johnson Back to ihe to Music God Hour Factory with World Tomorrow H. B. Carnaby SUNDAY Sign On Farm Show News, sports, Wthr. The Way I See It stock Marica: Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments lofio way I Sea it Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land News, Sports, Wfhr. Music for Lafe Niters CHEC FM lOO.f MO Cattle Prlcei T- to p.m. Showtlmi Over the Rainbow Classical Music News, Sports, WJhr fo Morning Melodies The Music Factory Luncheon MONDAY Caravan News, Sports, Wthr. Ron Stone, Hews, Sports, Wthr Jean Pauley Comments CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine On Stage Metronome Pratley at Movies CBC 'Anthology What's New Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories Voice of the Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Suncjay Supplement Vancouver Cham. Orchestra Capital Report Your Two Bucks Worth Sounds of Today Funny You Should Say That Cross Country Sunday and Friends National News Weekend Sound Studio '70 Continental Rhapsody Symphnny Hall Music from Prai- ries Don Sims Show MONDAY Eye Oaenor World at Eight Commentary Max Ferguson Galloping GourmtT Gcrrusi! Nathan Cohan News Consumer! Malinee Cdn. Short Sterlet Vibrations Radio Noon After Noon Schools Broadcast Personality Afternoon Conctrt Actuality BBC News Weathsr Of Now BESTWAY Brings You A Brand New RENTAL SERVICE BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV BLACK AND WHITE CONSOLE TV COLOR PORTABLE TV COLOR CONSOLE TV By the Week Month or Year! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-Sth Si. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Ciblevision Ch. SATURDAY NISHT Bugi Bunny Land of Glanff Laurel and Hardy Happy Feeling Hillbillies TBA Pussy Cat Purr Tiger Roar Country calendar Movie: East of Sudan New Majority 4-.SS CBC TV Mewl Collage Reach for t Movie: 7 for New Columbia 7 Brotners country TImi c News 7 Movie: Hoodlum Priest SUNDAY PlnnocMo and 02 Cartoon Party Whiplash Ynunderblrdl Faith for Today (cl Dimension 7 The Great War Walper Special Reach for Top World of Disney Tommy Hunter c My World and Welcome to It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saga (c) Canada at War Weekend Nation's Business e A Place of TeleproM 7 Your Own Movie: Top Floor To With Girl Love MONDAY Plnnochio and 01 Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) News Friendly Slant (e) Chez Helena Our Town News Luncheon Data Part 1 Cartons. Three Stoogej Luncheon Daft Part 2 Movie: Boo Girl TaKi Thirty Edge of Nlqht 1C) Galloping Gourmet CECN-TV Channel 13 (Cablevis.on Ch. 4) SATURDAY HIOHT Sports Roundup News Oil Report Safely Roundup Jackie Gleason Call of West Windfall Movie: The News _______________ Movie: Twilight for Flying Nun DBS O'Connor Show the Gods SUNDAY News Rex Hum bard, Religion Oral Roberts MONDAY Report 7. in Maws sixth Column n .1 AIP Market Place University ot Air Call ot ihe West Uncle Bobby (c) Football: Calgary Romper Room (c) WorWomUw eillui (c) Parians Francall Today (c) Peyton Plact Question Period Challenging Sea Magistrate's Court Cartoon Tneetn Dream oF Jeannie Buckshot Glen Campbell Bewitched W-5 Marcus Welby c Day of Discovery CTV News Movie: Lady a Flyer People In conflict