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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Coal miners angry over TV drama Attendance fantastic Radio at new Disnev resort station Thunday, Novsmber 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Unemployment S3 HALIFAX (CP) The CBC said todny it is continuing to produce a television drama based on the 1553 underground upheaval in a eoal here which killed 73 miners. A (TIC! spokesman said re- ports that the drama had been cancelled likely resulted from the withdrawal of "Ihe KprinR- liill part of the operations lie- cause of the deplh of the feeling llicre." However, filming was continu- ing in Cape Breton whTO 100 miners are being used as "ex- Earlier John lioach, a repre- sentative of the United Mine Workers, said the Springhill miners who have criticized the CliC's plans to produce the pro- gram had been told that it had been cancelled. The miners have complained that Ihc film would "make a joke of our dead." A CBC spokesman said the program would point lo the cnurnpo of the Springhill miners. On? Dfin.ce Is Worl.h A Thousand Words'. PRE-CHR1STMAS GIFT '.i HOUR LESSONS gt FOR ONLY We'll Teach You to Say "I LOVE YOU" in a Beautiful Way i C" I T) J aLJancc No. 201 535 13th St. N. Phone 327-1442 ORLANDO, Fla. Uicutcri Officials of the new Disney World resort believe the one millionth guest will go through the entrance gale by the end of this month. "We had more than during October, the first month of said Hoy Disney, board chairman of Walter Dis- ney Productions. "We believe attendance will reach the one million mark by the end of Nov- ember." The brother of the late Walt Disney was elated by the first month's attendance figures. He noted projections indicating 10 million visitors during the first year of operation mav now be revised. DES MOfNES, Iowa iRculer) Two members of the Iowa state executive council have ob- to the proposed purchase i peared on stage for of recordings from the Broad- five years, is forminf way musical Hair by the slate more than irming a new pop group to go on the road next travelling library. year A copyrighted story in the j The 29-year-old guitarist an- Des Moines Tribune 'says the j nounced at a private ball in two members are Agriculture Secretary L. 15. Liddy and state auditor Lloyd Smith who said they objected lo a song in the musical entitled Sodomy. London this week that the group would include his blonde American wife Linda, singer Denny Laine of the Jloody Blues, and Denny Silwell, an That kind of thing should not American drummer who played be on our library shelves." said i on McCartney's last record Liddy. album. M a u r i c e Travillian, acting McCartney said he had asked director of the library, said he i to be released from his contract was "flabbergasted" over Ihe i with Apple, the Beatles' own objection because Hair has be- j business firm, "but: so far they come "such a classical work." j are refusing." The executive council has the i With the Beatles broke up as power over spending of state j a unit, McCartney in the last spending. few years has confined himself to making records. John Lennon LONDON (AP) Beatle Paul. and George Harrison have M c C a r t n e y. who hasn't ap-! made occasional public apnenr- EDMONTON (CP) The owners of Radio Station CHQT, Allarco Developments Ltd. L. R. Roskin, Wednesday nounced tiie sale of the station to A. M. Shoults of Qualicum Beach, B.C. The purchase price wa.s not j disclosed. Mr. Shoults is a former own- j er of the Lovick Advertising Agency. Station policies, man- agement and rtrrr will remain unchanged, he said. The agreement is subject lo the approval of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission. UNEMPLOYMENT RISES Unemployment rose by on estimated lo in October-5.! per cent of the labor an unusual October surge of new jobs. The number of jobs roiB to 8.25 million from 8.19 million in September, showing a gain of Usually, jobs diminish in October OJ winter approaches. Forgotten AUGUSTA. Me. (AP) Er- nest Mclvin Whillum, B6, is pre- paring for his freedom after 44 yenrs in which lie became, says one official, a symbol of the for- gotten patients of mental hospi- tals. "I'm looking forward to going to a boarding home in the Iry walking around through the woods looking at lakes." says Whittum. Until Whittum's plight was disclosed a few weeks ago by the hospital's youthful patient advocate, he was locked with 31 other inmates in a maximum- security unit, behind a 20-foot high fence topped wilh barbed wire. he lives in one of the open wards at the institution, gets to walk about on the hospi- tal grounds, and fov the first time in more than four decades has been able to enjoy such simple pleasures as window- shoppin.d. ___ COMMITTED IX W27 It was three days before I Christmas in 1927 when a judge in coastal Rockland found Whit- tum, then serving a state prison sentence for breaking and enter- ing, to be insane. The young prisoner was ordered commit-; Le.fl to the maximum security I unit "until he is restored or dis-' charged in accordance with law.'' Earlier this fall, Carroll Aver, who operates as an ombudsman independently of the in s t i t u- tion's staff, checked Whittum's records. He discovered that no efforts had made to re- lease the former railway la- borer, even though his maxi- mum six-year prison sentence officially expired in 1930. i Dr. Ulrich Jacobsolm, the hos- pital's recently-appointed assist- ant superintendent, says Whit- Further sales ui-th Beatle. drummer Hingo j abroad of CBC ,arr, works in movies. i ances in pop groups and the i fou I St; I LONDON (APJ Britain's pl'OduClioilS oldest symphony orchestra is j tuning up to start competing Additional export sales of si1: LONG ANT) SHORT PORT ELIZABETH, South Af- rica (AP) An advertisement in a Natal Province newspaper nine month: of 1971. an increase "mcn's long-sleeved of more than 10 per cent over; khaki shorts" for the equivalent the same period last year. I of MANY VISITORS More than 22 million foreign tourists visited Spain in the first stitutions all OVI.T the country who are, in a sense, our legacy of custodial care. "I1 hey are institutionalized and forgotten, not only forgotten by the institution, but by the whole world." ing in nighlclubs. I Europe and Australia "We are not going to sit and j been announced in Toronto squeal for more cash grants j They arc: from public are going i _ wild Africa. Ihc highly ac- to try to help ourselves out of j our financial said Sir Geoff rev Hawortn. chairman claimed series of The Nature of Things, sold to Ti- cino (Switzerland's TV net- of (he 114-year-old Halle Orches-! tra. j _ Part One of Wild Africa. Like Britain's eight other i and The Magnificent Gift, to major orchestras, the Halle has Ihe Australian Broadcasting money troubles. Some of the Commission: London orchestras stoop to play- j Carnival Of The Animals, ing tunes for soap advertising in j sold lo NET television commercials. North Vietnam Revisited, "So we decided to earn a few i to Sverigcs Radio trolling ah- pollution were pounds by bringing culture to 13 episodes of the series adopted today by a committee j the said Sir Geof- McQueen, sold to Scottish Tcle- of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-1 frey. vision (with options for the re-; The orchestra was founded in j rnainder of U.K. regional Iclc- guidelines BRUSSELS (AP) The first international guidelines on con- ganization. They cover protection against j 1857 by Charles a Ger- I casting'. participates pollutants Plavs Findmg a tow truck at the ski iodge is difficult and expensive Have a Woolco tune-up it's easier and cheaper. WINTER TK-UP SPECIAL Includes Champion spark plugs, plus points, rotor and condenser. Price includes all labour, plus tim- ing adjustment, and carburetor resetting. BRAKE RELINE SPECIAL Includes bonded shoes installed on all four wheels, complete brake system inspection, fluid added if necessary and road ic3led. Turning of drums and wheel cylinder rebuilding extra, For Appointment Phone 328-8014 NO ADDITIONAL SERVICE WORK IS PERFORMED ON CAR WITHOUT CUSTOMER'S KNOWLEDGE AND PERMISSION. _...........__ _....._....... which i man-born conductor and pianist And Glen Gould fled to Britain from the I Beethoven, to National Educa- sulplmr oxides. These are pro-1 I848 revolution in Paris. i tional Television in the U.S. duccd largely by the burning of j cosl and petroleum products. By the end or 1972, guidelines are to he ready for the pollu- tants originating in fiuto ex- hausts, such as carbon monox- ides and the chemicals that cause smoy. Three thick documents, the result of two years work in four countries, lay down the quanti- ties of pollutants considered dangerous to people and prop- erty, the methods of measuring them and for curbing them. These guidelines are not bind- ing on the 15 NATO govern- ments, hut furnish standards on which national programs can be built. FEWER FEMALES j Australia's latest census shows the country has about fewer females than; males. i CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE In Technicolor. Starring Gene Wilder and Peter Ostrum. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 11, 12 and 13. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "THE STUDENT color. Thursday, Novem- ber 11 show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "A NEW color. Stan-ing Walter Matthau and Elaine May. Thursday and Friday, November 11 and 12. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Toddy's' PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Scandalous John" 2.--SO. Last Complete Srow PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hired Hand" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Willy Wonka and (lie Chocolate Factory" "A Boy Ten Feet Tall" Last Complete Show CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. ,gjhis tiny hearing aid ENTERTAINMENT iN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! k. A llCitll YOUR PHILIPS DIALER WITH SERVICE SUE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 50 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AttOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EIKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS NO BINGO THIS THURSDAY, NOV. llth. ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. llth-BRIDGE BRASS FRIDAY, NOV. 12th-EMBERS SATURDAY, NOV. 13th-RAYMOND CANADIANS jCINEMA 4th 6th ST 327-5100 NOW SHOWING THRU TUES. FRIDAY AT AND P.M. SATURDAY AT AND P.M. isridingagain... ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A UNIVERSAL TECHNICOLOR" TODAY thru SUNDAY MATINEE FRIDAY AT P.M. SATURDAY CONTINUOUS TILL P.M. EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT FROM... FAMILY you'll love .is. KEITH ARAU KIDS MATINEES 50c Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Thursday; Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Zenith s reniarkablo Z-70 i? jus! one a) 18 quality Zeniiti hefinnq Zenith hearings aids ore priced from College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatro Bldg. LETHBRIPGE_______ CINEMA THEATRE PICTURE BUTTE FRI., SAT., SUN., Nov. 12-13-14 MAYFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON TONIGHT, FRI., SAT., Nov. 11-12-13 NOW SHOWING FIRST SHOW FRIDAY AT 7 P.M. CONTINUOUS SAT. FIRST SHOW P.M. SUNDAY MATINEE AT P.M. ONLY KIDS MATINEES FAMILY 50c EMPRESS THEATRE FORT MACLEOD TONIGHT, FRI, SAT., Nov. 11-12-13 REX THEATRE CLARESHOLM TONIGHT, FRI., SAT. Nov. 11-12-13 OPERA THEATRE VULCAN TONIGHT, FRI., SAT, Nov. 11-13-13 REX THEATRE BELLCVUE TONIGHT, FRI., SAL, Nov. 11-12-13 TOWER THEATRE TABER SAT. AND SUN., CAPITOL THEATRE RAYMOND FRI. AND SAT., 1-Jov. 12 and 13 SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER FRI. AND SAT Nov. 12 and 13 MIT NO 2.-COLLEGE MALL ONLY "BOY TEN FEET TAIL" with EDWARD G. ROBINSON PARK THEATRE MAGRATH FRI. AND SAT., Nov. 12 and 13 FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK FRI AND SAT Nov. 12 and 13 BOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND FRI AND SAT, Nov. 12 niH 1.1 ;