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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Thumlciy, November 11, 1971 Thilwul hunily 'is -lonil new pile the and of repeating their innu- merable cliches. Mure than Canadian ciul servants lyive taken Kivneh-lai'gnage courses. The (Iriip-iiill rale used In he :lll per cent. Xo'.v il is down to HI per fi OI'KliATl.Ni; Federal language cent res are operating in Ottawa; neighbcmii; Hull. Mont- real: Quebec City Olhers soon in Vancouver and POLAR BEAR CAGE A rogue polar bear caught fre- quenting the town dump was flown 150 miles south of Churchill, Manitoba, in hopes he will not return to the community on Hudson Bay. Conservationists hope to air- lift other bears in this special bear cage. van can 't do an thin O'lTAWA (C'l'l .lack Me- Inlosh, inusl loyal of Hie Dicfen- I) ikcr loyalists, said today he h is postponed for a month or so my decision nn whether !o leave the1 Conservative parly. The K-ycar-old IIP for Swift (iirrcnl-Maplc Creek said he docs not plan to run in Cue next election. He has been an All' since liilill. .Mr. Mclntosh lias never made my secret of his discontent with the parly leadership of Opposi- tion Leader Robert S'lnnficld or with some Conscrvalive poli- cies. He has always been close to Mr. Miefeniiaker. In he was Hie only Con- servative besides Mr. Diefenba- ktr who had liie correct infor- mation that the Old Chief would contest, the parly leadership. Mr. Mclntosh has described the current party leadership as but lie (Joes have talent ID in mules by I rain Hut Mrs. Tracy was unable to find the car when she re- turned from work. Chief Tracy cheeked with the rail- v, ay in case they had towed the car away, but no luck. A bumper sticker on the nf ihi- missing car proudly proclaims Your Local COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL -ber llth 'REMEMBRANCE DAY' ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Ska'.i, 'ing oting p.n 8-00 p.n Noo p.n p.n p.n- p.n p.rr p.n CIVIC ICE CENTRE nuc nbe Ska Skatinq I Begmr Fublir Sknting NOTE: There will be no Public Skating Centre on Saturday evening, Nov 1.00- p.m. p.m. ii the Civic Ice mber 13, 1971. him. ti uas -l- tiji of per cei.t. take The diher 15 per cent I-'i'aneuphones studying Euglish. There has btvn no English-language ccunlcrpart to the Thibauts for those siuch'ing Knyllsh. .Many fecieral officials say iht-y hope the new Uialogne faiiada can eventually he put in all Enpli.Hh-lanjiiuige public in Canada. years in the making, comprises ueeks a! it provides a grind i- ttiiie ot oral French. in Iho ukl Thibaitl talkies. one v.ould see M. ThibauL for the cellar to fetch a of wine. PLASTER OF PARIS? In Dialogue Canada, some of the characters get plas- tered. Xct cnly Jacques at Mont- real airport. There's an uni- dentified character whose up- turned toes protrude from a tavern door. And you should get a of Angus at the Quebec winter carnival. Students are able to relate to everyday Canadian situn- ticns. said iced Mar- cel Carnn. director of Ihc lan- guage bureau. en iiaix." said Mr. Carson lo lhe Thibauts. if you had tnken Ihe course, you would kno.w that means "re.4 in peace." Tiger kills man BOMBAY. India A Bengal tiger leaped the ring at and killed a boy The ringmaster and "Luc i.- luMidcrhil." replied Ed. American television's sonaliiy of the century. Indeed it has been v.'onder- ful lo Edward Vincent Sulli- van, Harlem-born son of an Irish stableman. Fd can't dance. Ed can't sing. Ed can't do magic Iricks. Ed can't even play a mtLsical saw or imitate lhe mating call of a rose-breasted grosbeak. ''I have no special talent." he remarks, in genial agree- ment with most of his fans But he docs have, lie has the special talent of being able io present pitted per- formers to an audience and then get out of their way while I hey go through ihcir act. This seemingly self-effacing skill has enabled Sullivan lo rise from a SlO-a-week cub re- porter to a multi-millionaire star of the video industry. Over a 35-year stint in show business Ed" has introduced more than performers, but retains an instinctive lik- ing for people. namby-pamby and parly poll-1 lie said in an inlerview he has eies as wishy'-washy. lie has nol no intention of socking lhe lead- altenclcd meetings of the parly caucus of for months. crship c.-f lhe Conservative parly in Saskatchewan. iTV HIGHLIGHTS! bylaw upheld No. I never get tired of meeting people." he said "I'm only afraid thai Ihe.y'll get tjred of me." Not long before his liitlh birthday. Ed ended his weekly television entertainment shou after 2.1 years, a record for Iliat type of program. "If anybody breaks that record, I'll break his neck, Ed vowed, smiling. "But 1 have no desire to le fire as long as my health holds up." Ed's career reached a per- sonal crest recently when he presented The Sullivan Years the first of eight .specials he will put on for tl e CI1S-TV network this year. It presented highlights of his 2> year show and some of tile best of 100 performers. Turner: no public probe of War Measures Act OTTAWA (CP) There will i Subsequently was killed by his be no public review of the rea- i abductors, members of the sep- sons why the federal govern- aratist Front de Liberation du merit invoked the War Measures Quebec, but Mr. Cross evontu- Aet to counter Quebec terrorist ally was freed, actions a year ago. Justice Min- informal investigations on use istcr -John Turner says. j nf the War Measures Act have A parliamentary committee, been held within the govern- THURSDAY MOV1K DltA.MA; "l.urd Jim." (i p.m., Ch. The stcry of a British seaman in the Orient. Features Peler O'Toole. JIOVIK Mlt.AMA: "Death Takes a p.m.. Ch. 7. This is a remake of the 1934 classic. CHIME DHAJIA: O'llarn, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m.. Cli. 7. A right-wing -extremist, is transporting a cargo of stolen government explosives and his driver is undercover agent O'Hara. COMEDY; Dean Martin Sliuiv, Ri.'lll p.m., Cli. 13. Mike Connors, Ruth Buzzi and Dr. .Icyce Brothers are among Dean's special guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Baltic of (lie Pan I, i p.m., Ch. 7. The story of Hitler's last major offensive. Part II will follow the 7iews at p.m nuCU.MENTAHY: Here ihe 70s, p.m., Cli. 1.'i. Predictions on food of future see square toniatnes, seedless fruit and a "life syrup'' full ol vitamins and pro- teins. I.AWYKR DRAMA: The ISiild lines, III p.m., Ch. 13. Komance mixes with murder as .Joseph Catr.panella be- comes deeply involved with a client charged with killing her husband. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Law and 1 p.m., Cil 7. A U.S. marshal encounters trouble when he turns in his gun for a plow. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "In Like 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A secret society of women plo'us to conquer the world. James Cobum and Lee .1. Cobb T w V Trimbles Programs ore lilted by ratJto stafiarti., Any variation in program it atie "tfjtf "Icist-mlnutB chflhgei by the sfationj and.ii.not the rrtponilbility of the Herald or Tire Supply, uhicli is to draw up recommen- ment. Mr. Turner said. dalions for a replacement for i The act gave wide powers to "he lias been up- held in district court with the j have bcen the j A parliamentary committee reversal of a lower court dc-; during a question- would look at new ways to meet conviction of a truck for session with Carle- "the threat of violence in a free making too much noi.se, lon L'nivcrsity students. society" and perhaps the War Invoking the War Measures I -Measures Ac! would not have to Act was "the responsibility of be used again. Pariiament" and not just that of the Trudenu government, the minister said. Thf act was invoked .in Orlrv ber. after the kidnappings Kay krcps if CHEC THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Beryl Clark Jim stitarer Barry Heyland Jack Newfeid Chpfline CJOC Leo Dow Hour of Information t.cu John Oliver Beryl Clark News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Den McMasJcr CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT 10 30 Prairie Chanter st Lighl Home Run A'.L'li-: Cpf-iitr Work! at iix li.cn Vv'crid al 9 Ai it 11.03 V; inn i pen Orel.'- Oi-ntry '.'msicsrcDC Nov.s, V.'lhr, Sport- Noon News, lA'thr, iports fcKvnrd O'uvcr it From From the FRIDAY Fergui-on Five Nights a W-ck 6.C'5 Eye- Opener V-'crlrf Six 1 Tlie charge dismissed in of Pierre J Kay Sigurjcnssun believes in busv. When not at the The circus has been ........._, wild animals to perform in the' meter had been accurately ad- open ring. justed. Home of fine Brazier foods BOTH LOCATIONS NORTH AND SOOTH FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKE (CHOICE OF FLAVORS) DAYS ONLY! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY November 12th end 13th! NORTH STORE 516 13th STREET N. N. SOUTH STORE 1M, AVENUE, M.M. DR. end, its companion series Midweek. Kay devotes her Guerillas executed Corking days to her post as execulhe assistant with the TEHRAN i Renter i Five Federation of Women Tcaeh- members of an urban guerrilla ers' Association of Ontario. gang have been executed by an blonde, Winnipeg born Iranian firing squad and a sixth M i s s Sipurjonsson (it's pro- sentenced to life imprisonment flounced 'Socr-ee-yon-sun') has on charges of armed bank rob- bcen a regular with CBC Wcek- bery, murder, conspiracy and end since the middle of Ihc resisting arrest. season. HOYT'S NORTH-FALL CLEAR OUT OF BOX SPRINGS Scaly 54" Posturepedic (extra firm) BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Spccinl Scaly 54" Ocluxn Budget Quiet Top BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Special Uprilli M" Spriiui Bnnuty PosturirrrJ BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Spiural HDath 54" Cindorclla medium film BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Special Heath 54" Spring Time Deluxe BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Special Heath 39" Spring Mom BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS. Special 175.00 79.95 97.77 79.95 89.95 52.95 ALL TABLE LAMPS To Clear At Reduced Prices VISIT OUR SLEEP SHOP HOYT'S NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13lh STREET NORTH PHONE Invites You to Try the WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 775-14 4 825-14 4 825-15 4 855-15 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 llth Street South One; of most popular tread de- signs in C a n a d a. Built to premium ny- lon standards "for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time lo purchase your winter tires. We ore sure the Whisper Grip S3 will fill al! your require- mnnfs. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Tfilcproijf 7 5-00 Trutti or Movk- Consequences the Bulqe (Pt 2 7 Petticoat Junction Un.-i-'riwr Girl 6 30 FRioflY t r.itri ,1 Holiday Rorr.nor HuDni S.rjIHVHara US. Mr. f Trriir.ury (rt AltjorM 9 (Y) Battle rrif-ndly Gur.r (Pt. t) Our Tw.n Nr i CFCN-TV Lcthbridge Channel 13 (Cablcvision Ch. THURSDAY NIGHT A- 1.1 Nrv.s f D.-wifl en A...--I r FRIDAY 15 flO In C< nvcr- ,ttirn 6 10 Thouriht for O.iy All ut KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (C.iblnvision Ch. II) THURSDAY NIGHT 10 NIH-.'. f C o Ni-v.s Ic' f K.tntMrnri Uow, r, (d nir.-ih'-i flfKir (r.} llrrniy Hitnrh ft 'Mi I ,il nnnc J Movii'1 v (id Aiuin-y d M.ikc W.WP-'. tt 'fil (.iniri'H't V ni) f IV s l ill FRIDAY 11 All Mv h Nnwi 11, JO Lot-. MflKo ;