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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HTV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPECIAL: .Guhliloclis, I! p.m., Cli. 11: Bing Crosby and his family appear in a musical version of Uie children's story. DEBATE: Satltlal Hasan, p.m., Cli. 7: University students trade opinions with the New York representative of the Palestine Liberation Organization. SPOUTS: Football, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: The Baltimore Colts meet the Green Bay Packers. SPECIAL: Miss Canada Pageunl, p.m., Cli. 13: The 24lh annual competition is telecast from Toronto. MOVIE: Sergeants II, 8 p.m., Cli. A remake of the Gunga Din story, this time involving Frank Sinatra and his buddies in the Old West. PUBAFFAIKS: Florida Everglades, 111 p.m., Cli. 7: The Nature of Things continues its series on ecology with a look at a new airport threatens the everglades' animal life. SCIENCE: Ontario Science Centre, p.m., Cli. 7: Man at the Centre visits Ontario's display of science artifacts. TUESDAY MOVIE: Cheers for Miss Bishop, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1941 drama about a schoolteacher who sacrifices herself to her vocation. Stars Martha Scott. MOVIE: The Wild Season, 1 p.m., Cli. 13: Romance and family tensions surround the death of a son during a fishing trip. With Marie du Toit. MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World at 6 Paul Ttvidar Market Report Paul Tividar Rob Ingram CBC News if CJOC Continental Rhap- sody Distinguished Artists TUESDAY Jim Elliott Show News, Weather Phone Bill Show Galloping Gourmet CHEC ir Gardening Farm News Sports Jack Thys Country Music Matinee paul Tividar Proae 1220 MONDAY NIGHT Major Hews Weather The way I See it Dinner Showcase Jean Peuley Back to the Bihle Comments The Voice of China The way I See II Musical Interlude Bulletin Board World Tomorrow Total Information CHEC-FM Call of the Land TUESDAY Farm and Ranch Breakfast wilh Review Bruce Weather Major News Major News Farm and Ranch Sports Weather Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Breakfast with Bruce Country Digest Weather CHEC Total Informatic Major News Way I See II Sports Callle and Grain Major News Prices Weather Woman's World The Way I See It News fifteen minutes to the hour. Atonday thru Thursday Larry Donahue John David Horn Larry Donahue The Other Side John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR _ Radio 1010 MONDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo Midnight World at Six Supplement TUESDAY Jazz for the Record Eye Opener As It Happens 7.35 A-sinnmcnt National News Alignment From Ihe Capitals at Eight Distinguished Artists Songs from the Classics News Consumers Matinee- Andrew Allan Alfa. At Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Matinee Commentary 2-55 Personality News and Weather Afternoon Concert Galloping Gourmei Actuality Gerrusi! BBC News Nathan Cohen Weather Here It Is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ATTACK ON HIGH PRICES! SLEEPER LOUNGE...... 39 CONTINENTAL BOX A SPRINGS and MATTRESSES 1 SOFA and CHAIR Monday, November 9, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Famed Mexican care, vast sums of money i musician dies needed in development of Arctic MEXICO CITY (AP) Au gustin Lara, the famed Mexican poet-musician, lias died here al the age of 73. Author of Granada, You Be- long to My Heart and about 400 other songs, Lara died in Mexico City hospital of a stroke. The skinny, thin faced Lara was Mexico's best loved com- poser and his romantic songs were popular in all Spanish- speaking countries. The Divine Skinny One, as he was called, romanced some of the most beautiful women in Mexico, including actress Maria Felix. His paso dobles, many of them written in honor of famous jullfighters and such Spanish cities as Granada, Toledo and Madrid, were written before he visited Spain. In 1965, the city of Granada !ave him a house in apprecia- tion for the song. LOS ANGELES (AP) Rock composer Brian Wilson of the ?each Boys was termed "rest- np but still suffering from ex- rcme pain" after he underwent nedical treatmei t for an car iroblem that cut short an at- empted public comeb a c k, a pokesman said here. Wilson, 28, who also sings and ilays the guitar, was taken rom the stage of a nightclub in Hollywood Thursday night after e suffered pain and dizzyness u r i n g a performance, the pckesman said. Legislature plans to cut committees TORONTO (CP) A legis- lature committee has proposed to cut the number of commit- tees in half because a compu- ter proved the present system does not work. Glen Hodgson (PC Hall- chairman of the stand- ing committee on orders and proceedings, told the committee the present system cannot be repaired. Mr. Hodgson took the prob- lem to the department of high- ways computer. The computer was fed the number of members available for committees (92 of the 117- member house) because some members, such as the 22 min- isters, do not sit on commit- tees, the number of committees, ;he number of members on each committee, the number of committee meetings needed an .he number of hours availab] 'The answer came out th he present system is complet y Mr. Hodgs o said. His committee is r P c o m mending four major commi .ees with about 23 member each to cover the necessar areas. One of the original members of tire Beach B o y s, a high- voiced pop group on the na- tional scene years, Wilson hadn't performed in public the last five years due (o the car problem. He underwent surgery In try to correct the defect two years ago. The spokesman said it was uncertain whether Wilson would continue the comeback. LONDON (AP) Mia Far- row will star in Buff, (lie con- temporary suspense thriller which is a Martin Ransohoff- Leslie Under product i o n. The film traces a series of violent events in a small English town. NEW YORK (AP) Hank Williams Jr., well-known coun- try and western singer, has been signed by producer Bruce Gellcr for a featured role in MGM's Going All Out, starring Robert Blake, Charlotte Ram- pling and Christopher Connelly. Adventurers are given big welcome BRISBANE (Renter) Four adventurers who crossed the 'acific from South America to Australia on a balsa-wood raft eceived a tumultuous welcome in this Australian city today. Mayor Clem Jones greeted the four Modena, born in France and now living in Montreal; Normand Te- treault of Montreal; Gabriel Salas of Cliile and Vital Alsar, the Spanish skipper of the raft La Balsa. Thousands cheered at the gathering at the town hall. Their 15-ton raft landed at the small coastal town of Moolool- aba, 70 miles norh of here, Thursday night after a voyage lasting more than five months. Two Australian publishing companies announced tonight hey had bought world rights to .he story of the La Balsa's crossing. They did not say how much they paid. The raft's sail, painted by sur- artist Salvador Dali, has ieen offered for sale for 000 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. -5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Tl2P'irYhNI7HT 5 7 New5 The Gift Teleprobe 7 brance Day Show) Movie: Charlie Under Attack Chan at Monte Frosty the Carlo Snowman Wrestlinq Partridge Family TUESDAY Front Page Morning News Challenge Mr. Drcssup The Sold Ones Sesame street (r) Nature ol Things Canadian Schools at the Centre Friendly Giant {c) Chez Helena Our Town Lew Drew's Children's Hour Movlg: Cheers for Miss Bishop Tafce 30 Edge ot Niqht Galloping Gourmet Banana Spirts (c) Hillbillies CFCN Lefhbriclcje Ch, 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) 5-30 Vi N'oHkT 6 35 nT0 W PlflW Paseant [c) Sand Box (c) Ed Allen Parlons Francois Wild Whirl of Fashion (c) In Conversation Pierre Berlon (c) U.F.O. (c) Carol Burnett News (c) News (c) Dangerman This Week the Bees (c) Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy I Dream of Jeannio (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Rintstones (cJ KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) "7 9.CO Family Affair (c) Tho Doclors (cl Squares (c) Another World (c) Jeopardy Another World Cronklle News (cl Today sW Turns US KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Laugh-In Movie: Serg-jants Three (c) News Toniaht Show Ic) TUESDAY Our World Salute NISHT Dinah's Plato (c) SISSSSW SSaffi'.iiJ'Sih.r, ,ts Gourmct o Capl. Kangaroo Ncws Secret Storm (c) One Life lo Live Words and Music Love is a Many Splondorcd Tiling General Hospital Dark Shadows Thai Girl Bewitched Daling Game Newt Steel firm lays off 350 employees LACKAWANNA, N.Y. (AP) The Bethlehem Steel Corp., say ing it has cut production capa city at its Lackawanna plan by 28 per cent, has laid off 35C maintenance and productioi workers. The cuts brought the total o employees laid off to mil of a force. A company spokesman at the firm's head office in Bethlehem Pa., said Robert M. Jordan, tin plant's general manager, had met with union officials to ex- plain the culs. "He said if the company ob- lains co operation from the union in increasing productivity and cutting costs, the plan should be able to maintain at least its present rate of opera- Lion in the the spokes- man said. The spokesman said produc- ion capacity at the plant had )eeu reduced to 4.8 million tons rom six million tons a year ago, or about 28 per cent. The company has denied re- ports it is preparing to lay off as many as employees. WILL REBUILD EARTH LOS ANGELES (AP) The octal and ecological needs of iie earth must be the prime oncem of the aerospace indus- 7 in (he coming decade, the resident ot North American Rockwell says. "We arc going o be asked to help rebuild the Robert Anderson, whose ompany built Ihc Apollo com- innd and service modules, told Ihc California Manufacturers Association here. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short "Hotel" Last Complete Snow PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Start The Revolution With- out Me" Last Complete Show 9-20 COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects Coin' Down the Road" Last Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSAG< Certified Dentol Mechanic National Store Blda. PH. 327-7244 lolhbrWg. CAPRI EDMONTON The fifth in a series of national con- ferences aimed at orderly devel- opment of the Arctic ended re- cently with a feeling that many problems were at least partly on the way to being solved. More than 550 delegates from North America and Europe at- tended the conference, latest in a series that began in 1958 and which have been held every three years since. Its theme was the role of petroleum in northern development. The oil and gas industry was warned by Arthur J. R. Smith of Ottawa, chairman of the eco- nomic Council of Canada, that the industry would contribute little to Arctic development if the people of the north are not allowed to participate. John Tetlichi, chief of the Loucheux Indian band at Fort McPherson, N.W.T., said: "De- velopment of the north will be an empty thing if the Indians, the Eskimos and the Metis who live in that land are not given a chance to share in the fruit of .his development." His statement was echoed bj Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska and Jean Chretien, minister of Indian affairs and northern de- velopment. by many delegates as a "motherhood kind of was fea- tured prominently, especially during discussion of transport- ing oil from the Arctic to south- ern markets. Captain Thomas C. Pullen of Ottawa, Canada's representa- tive on Humble Oil's experimen- tal tanker Manhattan during its Northwest Passage voyage, said Canada may have forced the United States to consider pipe- lines instead of tankers as the prime transportation mode. A veteran icebreaker skipper, he said federal legislation prov- iding for fines of a day for ships guilty of polluting the Arctic are possibly responsible for the Americans' change of heart. I offer the opinion that Hum- ble has, in fact, been backed off because of these escalating costs and the general air of un- Winston Churchill High School DRAMA NIGHT Tuesday, Nov. 10fli-8 p.m. Yates Centre Presenting: "THE LOTTERY" "SORRY, WRONG NUMBER" "THE LIGHT IN THE WINDOW" (Melodrama) ADMISSION 75c Tickets Available at the Door! St. Michael's Nursing Alumni will hold its DINNER MEETING Tuesday, Nov. 10th -6.30 p.m. MARQUIS HOTEL PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS ICE CENTRE Tuesday, Nov. Free Public Skaling p.m. Wednesday, Nov. llth (Remembrance Public Skating p.m. Beginners Skating p.m. Friday, Nov. 13th- Molhers and Pre-Schoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday, Nov. Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sunday, Nov. Beainners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Family Skating p.m. LETHBRIDGE ARENA Friday, Nov. 13th- Public Skating p.m. Saturday, Nov. Public Skating p.m. Monday, Nov. Free Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Wednesday, Nov. llth (Remembrance Public Skating Friday, Nov. Free Public Skating Saturday, Nov. Public Skating Sunday, Nov. Beginners Skating Public Skating p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. certainty as lo where it will all end." This uncertainly about gov- ernment's intentions was cause for complaint from oilmen rcly- j on foreign financial backing ,o pay the astronomical bill of 'hiding and bringing oil out of the Arctic. One estimated as much as million dollars would be 'I'jedcd for Ibis over lie next five to 10 years. "A lot of money, a lot of guts and good technology and proba- bly many years have to be poured in before we can hope to .'ome up wilh the said Dave Furlong of Edmonton, nanaging director of the Cana- Jian Petroleum Association. Several speakers said Ottawa should be cautious about rapid egislation changes that would scare off potential investors. Jerry McAfee of Toronto, jrcsident of Gul Oil Canada Ltd.. said there .should be no harriers to foreign investment. "Any unnecooaiirv restrictions investment, whclher Cana- dian or foreign, would only serve to restrict the amount available and retard the devel- opment of the nation's re- RAIN' DANTE BRISBANE. Australia (Rcu- terj Farmers and business- men in the North Queensland dairy town of Theodore have asked local aborigines (o per- form a rain dance to end a crip- pling drought. The plan is to copy the feat of an aborigine called Billy the Blacklellow, who managed to make rain fall on Ihc nearby town of Cunna- mnlla a few years ago with a dance outside the town's main tavern. CARDSTON Mayfair Thealre "A MAN CALLED HORSE'' In Technicolor. Starring Richard Harris. Held over Monday, November 9lli. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theafre ERIC SOYAS' "17" In Technicolor. Starring Olea Saitoft. Entirely in English. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 9th, 10th and llth. Monday show at p.m. Restricted One Under 18 years. MUK RIVER Sunland Theafre "TWISTED NERVE'' In Technicolor. Starring Haylcy Mills, Phyllis Calvcrt and Hywel Bennett. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 10th and llth. Tuesday show at p.m. Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre 'THE LAST GRENADE" In color. Starring Stanley Baker, Alex Cord and Honor Blackmail. Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday, November 9th, 10th and I It'll. Mon- day show at p.m. Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA "-In Technicolor. Star- ring Shirley Maclaine and Clinlt Eastwood. Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday, November lOlh and llth. Mon- day shows at and p.m. Suitable For Children. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie An Al! Canadian Production with the screenplay by Lethbridge's own Bill fruef t WINNER niuinnu CM H iwinnc CAMADIIH FILM AWARDS BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR BESTScrtinpliy Wllllim Fruit BEST Actor (JDIKTIWAHD) 2 Shows at and p.m. 2 SHOWS MONDAY and P.M. COLLEGE Tonight and Tues. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, Nov. (Remembrance Public Swimming Public Swimming Friday, Nov. NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, Nov. Public Swimming Sunday, Nov. Public Swimming Family Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. ANYWHERE Enjoy our Luncheon Buffet SMORGASBORD Served every Wednesdoy, Thursday ond Friday 12 TO 2 P.M our licensed Dining Room! "Donald Sutherland Is A Real Gem" "WHATA PLEASURE TO LAUGH! The acting to a man is Wildly -CHICAGOTRIBUNE 'JUST FUNNV-JUST GREAT." ADULT -CHICAGO SUN-TIMES GENE WILDER out of "The Producers" DONALD SUTHERLAND fresh from "M.A.S.H." Shows at and p.m. PARAMOUNT Today and At p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS The sensational novel that sold over copies author TECHNICOLOR KARL MALDEN CATHERINE SPAAK ROD TAYLOR MELVIN DOUGLAS ADULT DEFINITELY STARTS WED. 7MOVE with ELLIOT GOULD ;