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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD Sciluuloy, November 6, 1971 Economic affairs meet planned OTl'AWA ICI'i l.lii'ii'ti is to lead -'l'S. tlv I'mmnon- group iTpri'Si'lll- t TV imfling im ,-oiiHMiiir .if- all parlies. I will Iv liHil in V.'ashmJt'ip Tl'1' rrgular Hireling 11 il was anmmmvil t'n- "f Uic Canada-r.S. group was pnsiponnl last May din- U) L'.S. meeting, to discuss omgivssioiial ruling inrssuri'. I' tniiN- ivstrictiiMis ixihcii-s'Tiiat im-ting has been re- ami proposed I" rx- sehednlcd for February, hut the ir.S. exports ni I'.Smad.' or..- Nnv. 11, it is understood, o-mmodilies, will In' allemli'il has bei-n arranged at tin- re- bv 14 members at Parliament quest uf members to and three senators. Shaker! discuss the economic situation SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of The University of Calgary will hold its regular fall meeting on Dc-c-'-niber 3, 1971. It is rhe duty of The Senate to enquire into any marfer thaf might tend lo enhance the usefull- ncss of the University. Individuals or groups are invited to make written submissions. These will be studied by appropriate Son a to committees prior to the meeting. Persons may appear be- fore the Senate in support of their submissions. Direct all correspondence not later than Nov- ember 1 6, to: J. A. Hammond, Chairman External Relations Committee, Senate, Tho University of Calgary Glenbow Alberta Institute 902 Eleventh Avenue S.W., CAtGARY 3 arising from President Nixon's Aug. 15 surcharge of in per cent on dutiable U.S. imports. That hits alxnit billion worth of Canada's sil-billioo-a- year exports to the U.S. ilKSTltlCTIONS It.UTlOD Arrangements were made v.ith U.S. counterparts, DLMIIO- cralic Senator Frank Church, Idaho, and New .Jersey Con- gressman Cornelius Gallagher, another Democrat. lioth have recently made pub- lic statements critical of the im- position of the U.S. trade-re- striction measures on Canada. The Canadian group is also In include Liberals Mi's Robert Kaplan (Toronto Don Commons finance committee chairman; Jacques Guilbaull (Montreal St. Bruce Howard iOkanagan and Jacques Trudel :.Montreal Bourassai; Conservatives Lin- coln Alexander (Hamilton Marcel Lambert (Ed- monton parly financial critic; and James McGrnth tSt. John's Max S'altsman NDI' financial critic; and Oza Telrault The Senate group comprises Alan Mac naught on Quebec I; Sailer Ilayden Ontario i, chairman of the Se- nate banking committee, and I Louis Philippe licauhicii il'C Quebec'. i The parly is scheduled to include the. whips of the Liberal, t Conservative and NDP delega- Henchman (Van- eo uve r Quadra I; Tom Hell (Saint John-l.ancasler) and Stanley Knowle.s (Winnipeg j North Indian voliii" hill in house OTTAWA A private member's bill lo lower the vot- ing age for elections to Indian band councils was given rou- tine first reading in the Com- mons. The bill drafted by Maurice Foster I 1 g o m a l would amend the Indian Act to set the qualifying age at IB instead of 21. He said this is in line with recent moves by the fed- eral government and some provinces to set the voting age at 18. The bill dropped to the end of a long string of such measures awaiting consideration and is unlikely to come up again this session. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 LB. (NORMAL GARMENTS! PRE-5POTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY 1'i HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT U? -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Information Phone 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SAT. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (Part 3) (Section 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEAP.ING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act: 1. The area comprising VILLAGE OF WARNER has been des- ignated as a local option area for the purposes of the above Act. 2. The 8th day of December, 1971, has been set as (he date upon which the Board will consider applications for licences under the above Act, unless prior to that date the Board has received a petition signed by 500 electors of the above described local option orea or 10 per cent of the number of persons named on ihe latest lists of electors for an election of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area com- prising the local option area, which is ihe lesser number, requesting that the Lieutenant Governor in Council sub- mil to a vote of the electors of the local option area a question in respect of the class of licence applied for. Dated at Edmonion, this 20th day of October, 1971. A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman, The Alberta Liquor Control Board NOTE: Petitions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on the official petition forms which may be obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, together with instruclions for the sub- mission of a petition. 't built Somebody cikin't jusf say, "Hey, this is the year for little economy build and there appeared a 1972 VolkswarjBn. Fad is, 24 years of Volkswagens preceded it. Each one a littlo better than-the year before. The idea was that WE had a good idea. So we stayed with it. And improved it. Thousands oi That old bugaboo of car makers, new model bugs, was eliminated years ago. If there's one thing learned about mailing economy cars, it's tins: There's no such thing as an overnight success. The 1972 Super Beetle. HIGHLIGHTS .SATIltDAY .SI'OHT: 1'ro Iloeke.v. (1 p.m.. Ch. 1- The. Chicago Black Hawks meet the Canadiens in Montreal. MOVIE WESTERN: "The !l p.m., Cll, 1. The first of a two-part story of Te.xans" bloody bid for indepen- dence in KM. Part IT will be seen at p.m. tonight. CHIMU DRAMA: "C'oo'-'an's 9 p.m., Ch. 13. This iiim stars Clint Eastwood as an Arizona deputy sheriff in rsew York to bring back an escaped Killer. (Not lo be con- fused with Dennis Weaver as CHIME DRAMA: NI1C .Mystery Movie, 11 p.m.. Ch. 9. McCloud is looking for another country boy like himself who is trying to collect from a syndicate Iwss. MOVIE WESTERN: "llombrc." p.m., Ch. 13. A white man, raised by the Apaches, suddenly finds himself holding the lives and destinies of a group of whites in his hand. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Defiant n.m., Ch. 7. Two chain-gang prisoners one a Negro, one a age to escape but remain chained together. SUNDAY INTERVIEW: Meet Tin- Press, n.m., Ch. 5. Prime Minister Indira Gandlii of India is interviewed in New York. .SPOUT: Pro Football, 12 ncion, Ch. 7. The Dallas Cow- boys meet the Cardinals in St. Louis. SPORT: Pro Fontboll, 12 noon, Ch. 13. The Eastern Con- ference semi-final sudden death game brings together Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Ottawa Rough Riders at Ham- ilton. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m.. Ch. 13. A study of the life cycle of the penguin and how it survives in the world's harshest climate. FAMILY: World of Disney. p.m., Cll. 7. The con- clusion of a story about smugglers and a strange monster. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Death of Me p.m., Ch. 13. A 1971 TV-movie pitting a Soviet agent (Doug Mc- Clurc) against a dour U.S. investigator (Darren COMEDY: Dick Van Dyke Show, p.m., Ch. 7. The Prestons frantically try to shelter a bevy of friends and strangers who are stranded by a storm. FAMILY SPECIAL: Peanuts, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A rebroad- cast cf "He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown" stars Snoopy the beagle, who gets into a series of improbable adventures. FAMILY: Story Theatre, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Fanciful tales of cunning from the Brothers Grimm, Japan and Hungary. COMEDY: lioli Hope Special, 7 p.m.. Ch. 9. ,lohn Wayne, Jack Ber.ny, Debbie Reynolds and tile Osmond Brothers are Bob's special guests. COMEDY; Flip Wilson Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Diahann Carroll, Dom DeLuise and some of the Sesame Street Mup- pets highlight Flip's guest list. DRAMA SPECIAL: "The Fur Coat, 9 p.m.. Ch. 7. A young ad man debates how to give his mistress a fur coat ..'ithout arousing the suspicions of her husband. CRIME DRAMA: Mannix, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A kill-crazy racketeer makes Marnibc his reluctant employee with Peggy under a murder threat. Trim beards given okav (CP) Chefs and food handlers with clean trim beards will not have to shave them in spite of a recent b3rlaw requiring male em- ployees in restaurants to be clean-shaven, Winnipeg's medi- cal health officer Dr. Roper Cadham said. "We're after people witii long greasy he said. City council earlier passed an amendment to the restaurant bylaw requiring all male em- ployees to be clean-shaven and prohibiting "uncontrolled" length of hair because of con- cern with sanitary standards. Some hotel owners and em- ployees objected, saying a i small beard or goatee was tra- ditionally worn by cooks and chefs. Lions Club of Lethbridge 17th Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBxcZ PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE Tho first card with ail numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "play- off" or splil the prize. Bonus prize winners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the blackout bingo. "X" WINNER Mrs. Darryl Collini, BurdcH, Alberta "L" WINNER Mrs, Doreen Wolsey, Box 1431, Taber "H" WINNERS Mrs. Flora Paulcnce, 947 12 st. A S., Lethbridge Mrs. Sharon DcJong. 2404 14 Ave. 5., Lethbridge "SQUARE" WINNER Myrtle Ferguson, P.O. Box 1054, Taber, Alberta. CARDS ONLY EACH Here Aro The Numbers To Dale: B-15, B-2, G-58, N-44, N-37, G-52, 0-70, G-55, 1-21, 1-29, 1-28, B-14, B-12, B-8, O-72. G-59, N-34 1-30, 0-73, 1-19, G-47, G-53, G-54, N-41, N-43, O-68, O-69, G-56, G-60, N-39. 1-23, N-40, N-31, G-48, B-l, O-71, 1-20, N-38. G-57, O-67, B-9, B-6, 1-17, 1-16. 1-25, N-33, B-13, B-7, 1-27, O-64, O-65, B-ll, 1-24 1-18 THIS WEEK'S NUMBER: O-61 Additional numbers, plus all numbers alrenly called will be- published every Saturday in thfl lelhbridgft Hnrald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phono 327-7464 Days or 327-0331 ofler 6 p.m. Immediately. PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS INTKIlVlliW: David Krnst, 12 inltlniKlil. Cli. 13. Howard Co.SL'll, .sports coirjiiLMitaUir, Mary McCar- thy, Jiroadway actress, are Uic1 maui quests. MONDAY S10VIE DRAMA: I p.m., Ch. 7. An oldie about a gang of racketeers who sell illegitimate babies for adoption. .MOVIE DRAMA: "Desperate I p.m., Ch. 13. A former of the anti-Nazi resistance in Poland is falsely accused of murder. nra Hited rri 'Ji rth Maple ll-3f) Hombre o-pg w.S (c! 5UNDAY Mannix (c) Tliought for Day iroo News (c) Niijtitcfin (c) Place Rpprrf Rtx humh.ird Qucsiioti Prricd Day of Discovery David Frost Oral Roberts MONDAY Sixtl) Column i'10 ThQurjfil for Day Firit find Tfn News (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT 11-00 TRA CfinLCntrfiCon fc) tJev.r, rJFL i.iic (.1 r-nlury Hce Haw kl NFL "'M (t) (i.-ffl My Thre-f Sons 5'00 ChiL.-ign Teddy ic) Funny Fate (c) Dears lO.Jii V.'hat, When Rolrt World f-i G.irna Movie: Gig! (c) Jimmy Stewart (r) (c) News (c) Bob Hopo SpnciJl Soniprcrt (c) 10-30 Mystery 8'00 Cade's County As Ihe World Turns 9 00 Dick Van Dylo News (c) SUNDAY Mnrrima Tim (c) Tom nntl Jerry On thn 1 'M Anchor Wtirlrf 7'30 Rrviv.'l Fires (c) Thf I anti You 1 (-f Nntil R Rrx HLiml-i.ird MONDAY Plyi- K.llhryn Ktittlmnn Our Vi't-rUI Gridin Show Faro the Nation A-.15 Salute -i iM Groovift Goolic-s Today Show Aff.ilr Meet tho Press Today in Montana NBC. Niqlltly Nrwi KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. IT) SATURDAY NIGHT ft 00 Partners (c) Lawrence Welk Movie: OnP Dick- Van Dykt Uuckihot 6-30 Parlridcio (Mmliy Nr-wr. Mission ImposiiUo Stnrm (c) Ftll 1 "0 Onn Lite to Live 9-03 Mnvifi: Onfft J.On t-'.iyf. rf Our l.ivrs A limo in I ho (f) "I Tlirrp on a Mfllcli News 1, -'i'.I') n.Vinii (-A.HIO (d Girl MONDAY Hf'Wilrlini ft Wish 1C) Farm News (cl NFL (c) Cflptalrt Knnoarpo i.JO 1M5 N SUNDAY r-arm Nows Ri'ludnnl Drr Mr. to.ict fi .10 [Irnihlcdcrhrrs 9 M Biillwinkle (c) 9MO Nolrn Dame ;