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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Ttiundoy, November 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Chattering Indians distract government office staff EDMONTON (CP) Forty chattering are distract- ing the staff at tho Indian af- fairs offices atop the 27-storuy CN Tower. arc holding a sit- in in the offices in an effort to gel, Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien to come to Alberta to discus s school and housing problems in reserves in the northeastern poriion of the province. The Indians are from the Cold Lake, Kchewin and Saddle Lake reserves. H. M. Sutherland, assistant regional director for commu- nity affairs, said today the In- dians sit in vacant chairs and talk cc-nlimiously. "Our staff is being distracted ami (here is a slowdown in on- Mr. Sutherland sold. "We'll keep beating on the drum till we get an Indian spokesman said. But distraction was ns far as the pi a n to go. The spokesman said no active in- terference is planned. Ten million trans-oceanic tele- phone calls were made via sat- ellites ill 1970. Il ECKANKAR Ancient Science of Soul Travel Condemmed by Churchmen SGUl I AM FREI has become cr bast seller in the U.S. For your copy send to: BOX 1053 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Escape to the Sun with HORST STEINHILBER in person in his latest exciting adventure film. DISCOVERING THE MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN ITALY RIVIERA also the enchanting islands of MALLORCA 0 PONZA and CAPRI 90 MINUTES OF FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE WHOtE FAMIIY TO ENJOY. at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Sunday, Nov. 7th at p.m. Tickets at Leisters or at the door Students CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BIG JAKE" In color. Starring John Wayne and Richard Boonrj. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, November 4, 5 and 6. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "MONTE WALSH" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Mar- vin, Jeanne SIcreati and Jack Palance. Thursday, Fri- day and November 4, 5 and 6. Thursday show at p.m. Adu't. TABER Tower Thedtre "ONE JIORE TRAIN TO ROB" In color. Starring George Peppsrd. Thursday and Friday, November 4 and S. Thursday at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. JULIE ANDREWS, AUTHOR Actress Julie Andrews, wilh daughter Jenny, 14, at her side, tells an interviewer how she happened to become a children's book author, which she wrote as her end of a bargain with her children. The result: a charming tale of a lonely country girl. Scholastic magazine has given it a rave review, savors joys authorship passenger off OTTAWA (C'P) The num- ber of air passengers travelling halwecu cities in Canada and the United Slates totalled in the first three months of 1971, a 3.2 per cent drop from totals iii the same period last year, says Statistics Canada. The sharpest decline was in the number of passengers fly- ing between Vancouver ami the San Francisco Oakland area. The number of passengers to- talled a 25.7 per cent drop from the same period last I year. The greatest percentage in- crease was in passengers trav- elling between Vancouver and Hawaii. The lotnl was Hi.fHS. an increase of per cent from the same period in 1970. The Toronto-New York run was epain the most heavily (ravelled. Passengers totalled iin increase of three per cent from tha first three months of 1970. WIIKAT All) AltKIVKS DACCA (Al'j Caj.idi r PEAK wheat began rolling into East j the United Stales aie expected U 'I ham of the fN ''ccwding to the depart- Motor vehicle registrations in aie expected i jit :ik of 112 million j tary-CeiM'" I for inimaniUiriiin aid strife-torn pruvina1. to the "lpnt of transportation's Fed- I eral Highway Adminislraton. SAT. and SUN. Matinees only at p.m. Matinee Only Saturday and Sunday Box Office open one show at HOLLYWOOD (API The book is Mandy bv Julie Ed- wards. Who's she? The pinto or. the back cover discloses the author's identity: Julie Andrews. The star of the movies Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music is savoring tile joys of even future "Do you realize there's a new for children's books every seven ElT's also suffering the au- thor's pangs: "I wish I were able te write the whole thing over again." Mandy is a tale of the ad- ventures of a Icnely girl who lives in the country. How did it evolve? The way Julie tells the bock's hisfcry. it started because her children were ir-lirg cut of in Paris three years ago. Ehs and hus- band Blc'iJC Edwards were filming Darling Lili there. "We had three children (her daughter Emma and two of Edwards' children) and a nanny and numerous she recalled. "We had been to Ireland and to Belgium and every- thing was terribly disorgan- ized. I found myself playing nanny and mum as well as working." Out of desperation, she pro- posed a program of duties and forfeits for the children. Jenny Edwards, then 11, agreed, but insisted that Julie play the game, too. Jenny's proposal: "You mvst swear less." The forfeit: "You must write me a slory." "Of course 1 had broken my vow within a month, and I had to pay the Julie recalled. "I thought I would write a little one-page tiling like an Aesop's Fable, but Jenny insisted on something mo'-e than that. "Because Jenny had always lived an urban life, I thought I might try to write something about country living, which I know a bit about. I outlined my idea to Blake and he said: "You'd be a fool if you didn't write it down.' Miss Andrews did so, work- ing over her story in France, Ireland, Switzerland and Cali- fornia. The result was meant only for Jenny, but Miss Andrews' agent asked to submit it to a publisher. Harper and Row took it. CINEMASCOPE'CDIOR by [GlCS> llnrtad Artists CLUB 1 CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13Ih STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests 4 Today's PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Railway Children" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry on up the Jungle" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Omega Man" Last Complete Show 9: SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM Is Presently CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC AND WILL RE-OPEN SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1971 AND EACH WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY THEREAFTER FROM 2 TO 5 P.M. For information and group arrangements coll the Museum Office, 328-6455; or 328-2341 (Local 246) Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of 18 quality Zenith hearing aids. One of them might be just Vy'V yV'" right for you. At no obligation, test-hoar v a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings aids are priced from the qunlitv Rons ti Of lor I-P. cony "J Of "SsLind t, Htaunj" BosUel. i LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatro Bldg. IETHBRIDGE j t i ADDRESS j COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, November 5th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, November 6th Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, November 7th Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Monday, November 8th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. PUBUC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, November 5th Mother's end Pre Schoolers Free Skating p.m. Public Skating.................. p.m. 6th Public Skating p.m. Sunday, November 7th Family Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, November 5th Free Public Skaling p.m. Saturday, November 6lh Public Skaling p.m. Sunday, November 7ih Beginners Skating 1 :OC- p.m. Public Skating p.m. NOTE; There will bo no Public Skaling at iho Adams Park Ico Centre on Saturday evening, November 6th from p.m., nor on Sunday afternoon, Novem- ber 7lh from p.m. nntl p.m. duo to previous booking commitments. YOUR PHILIPS MODULAR I A T K N. DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE SOLID STATE COLOR TV AND TV 9 to 1 SCANDINAVIAN HALL Muiic by "THE SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED Tickets at the Door Get your New Year's Eve Dance Tickets Eaily 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EtKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 4th-METROS FRIDAY, NOV. 5th-MOONGtOWS SATURDAY, NOV. 6ih-CtlFFS COMBO COLLEGE TONIGHT thru SUNDAY The last man is not H6TQM ADULT SHOWS 7 and p.m. NOW SHOWING "The Railway Children" no sex, no violence, just good old fashion- ed quality family entertainment. Your patronage at this movie is your vote for continuance of such fine motion pictures. R. E. SKACKLEFORD, Manager cftd-Jashionen FAMILY DISTRICTED BV I'HIVERSM. riC Dinah Sheridan Jenny Agutter Bernard Cribbins MATINEES DAILY ot p.m. EVENINGS 2 SHOWS AND P.M. TeEtite thru Tues. at and p.m. "WHO WERE YOU EXPECTING ...the GALLOPING A SAFARI OF LAUGHS A WITH THE CARRY ADULT ON GANG! ;