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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Milk price chopped EDMONTON IV Alberta Public UUUUw Board Friday that Nov. IS the retail price of eight-ounce milk wfll be reduced from cento to 12 cents. Tlw board uid the reduction comes as a result of by Alberta Milk Processors to eat the wtoetMle price of dent ounce contoJnen by half a cent to 10.5 cento from the current 11 cento. Reduction of five cento quart were recemiy per- mitted with tne application of the federal milk subsidy. MM and TV LOTMGS nre JMod by Radio and vWon Stations. Any variation In progripm sched- ule to to chnngea by the nrtd is not the jettofMttMty of The Lethbrldge CHIC MONDAY thn FRIDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 650 Farm News 7-30 Wthr. Sports 9'00 checiine 10 00 Wall Edwards 12.00 John Oliver 12.30 1.00 Grain Prices 1.01 Call of the Land 3.00 Jack NeufeW ri 00 Sports Paul Teiator 12.0G Roy Rennick MONDAY 5 25 Sports 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six 6 35 Stan Bailey Show 8.00 John Charlpe 12 30 Steve Plsku Show TUESDAY 6 00 CBC News 6 05 Jack Thys Show CJOC 8 35 Phone Bill Show' 10.00 Gord Whitehead Ask The Doctor 11 00 Jack Thys Show 1 00 News and Gram Prices 1 05 Gord Whitehead Show 3 05 Jim Parsons Show 5 00 News 6 00 World at Six CHBC.PM 100.0 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6am -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Dell-O 6 p m -10 p m Don Hedman 10 p m -12 midnight Overtures and Encores SATURDAY 6 a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m Don Hedman MONDAY 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Music for Our People 8 30 Identities 1000 Sports 10 10 From the Capitals 1015 Five Nights a Week 1030 CBC Playhouse 11 03 Ideas 1203 Groove Yard TUESDAY 5 30 Warmup 6 05 Eye Opener 6 p m -1 am Dell-C SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p m and Encores 1-2 p m The Gaslhaus Hour 2-6 p m Don Hedman 6 p m -12 midnight Overtures and Encores CBH 800 805 900 913 1059 1203 1 55 2.03 230 330 400 405 600 World at Eight Calgary Eye Opener The World at Nine Country Time Signal Radio Noon Stock Market School Broadcast Off the Record Max Ferguson BBC News Home Run World at Six Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT with yovr copy of TN Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV ChanMl 7 Ch. MONDAY 5.00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 CJOC News 6.00 Lawrence Welk 7 00 Going Places 7 30 Shrine Bingo 8.00 Interview Princess Anne 8.30 Cannon 9.30 This Is The Law 10-00 South Sent 10-30 Man Alive 11 00 CJOC News 11 20 PM 12 00 Movie Husbands TUESDAY 600 Pmocchio 6 30 Audubon 7 00 Farm and City Today 7-15 Wizard of Oz 7 30 Won Giant CPCN.TV ChaomM 13 Ch. MONDAY 8 00 Uncle Bobby 9 00 Dance 9 30 New Horizons 10.00 Canadian Schools Mr. Dress-Up 11.00 Sesame Street 1300 Aqua Man 12-30 Spiderman 1 00 General Hospital 1 30 Let's Make A Deal 2 00 Our Town 2 30 Klara's Korner 3 00 Take 30 3.30 Edge of Night 4 00 Family Court 4 30 Alphabet Soup 5 00 Hollywood Squares 4 55 Mod Squad 5 55 News 6 30 Trie Girl With Something Extra 7 00 Ian Tyson 7 30 Headline Hunters 800 Rookies 9 00 Lady Luck 9-30 Pig 'n Whistle 1000 Medical Centre 11 00 News 11 20 News 1200 'Merv Griftm TUESDAY 5 55 Thought for the Day 6 00 University of the Air 630 Yoga 7 00 Canada A M KMTV Orwrt PaJto MONDAY 500 News 530 News Quntmoke 7-00 Movie- Barefoot m the Park 9 00 Medical Centre 1000 News 1030 Tonight Show TUESDAY 6.1b understanding our World 6 45 Salute to Agriculture 7 00 Today Show 8-00 Joker's WHd 8-30 Pyramid 8-30 Romper Room 9 00 This Week 9 15 Parlons Francals 9-30 Polka Dot Door 1000 LifeStyle 1030 Pay Cards 11 00 Galloping Gourmet 11 30 Beat the Clock 12-00 Fimtstones 30 Woody Woodpecker 1.00 Movie. A Taste of Evil 2 30 Somerset 3 00 Another World 3-30 What's the Good Word 4 00 Anything You Can Do 430 Buckshot 4-55 Mod Squad 9.00 930 10-00 10-30 10-55 11-00 11.30 1200 12.30 100 1-30 200 2-30 4.30 5.00 Cti M win wf Gambit Hollywood Squares Jeopardy Where Same News Price Is Right World Days of our Doctors Another World Match 73 Secret Storm Mlkt Douglat Today in Montana MONDAY Pauword 5.30 TV-Five News e.OO 7-00 Operation Heartbreak TUMDAY 6-55 Farm Newt 7-00 Captain Kangaroo 800 Newt 900 Audrey 9 30 Jack Young and me Search tor Tomorrow AH My Children Make a Deal 12-00 Newtywed Game General HotptM One Lite to uw 2M American Style Word of Three on a Match OM In My Lift Spin Second Brady Bunch PMfword TV highlights MONDAY UwtMee PA. Ck. Y. Ike Uwrcncc Welk musical family play and siaf of love and romance by aea and air. Tke GM WMfe gisiiOhn Ch. II. Sally's friend wants a baby bit not a awtend so she to setttnf out to find an Ideal father. CRIME The ttotUsa. S tuswCh. II. murder of a priest the horrifying spectre of a reUflous street war. CRIME Ch. 7. A veteran cop lets a suspect escape and be is accused of either acceptinf a bribe or being afraid. Adam's f II. A lowly woman confesses to the murder of her lover but Adam can't believe she is guilty. In The Snath II Ch. 7. A visit to Viti Fiji's main with the booming tourist trade on the coast contrasting with village life in the interior. DOCTOR Medical Iff Ch. 13. IDe story of a wounded boy from warworn Northern Ireland who is brought to the U.S. by an American Journalist. Man Ch. 7. The first of a three- part examination of human values. MOVIE 12 midnight. Ch. 7. Three married men react to a friend's death by taking off on a four- day binge. TUESDAY MOVIE Taste of 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. A suspense yarn about a former mental patient terrorized by weird memories. Banff Centre aims for arts leadership By BERNTE GOEDHART Alta. Da- vid Leighton is convinced the Banff Centre could be some- thing in the and he is out to sell that idea to others. could be the leading arts institution of the he said in an interview. I'm just egotistical enough to think I can do Dr. 45-year-old di- rector of the moved here in after spending 15 years on faculty at the University of Western On- tario's school of business ad- ministration. He succeeded Senator Donald who spent 38 years building the Banff Centre and who now carries the title director eme- ritus. Since his Dr. Leigh- ton has worked slowly but steadily for change. New courses have been added to the courses in French are offered on a year- round a year-round photography course was in- a new program in cultural resources manage- ment was and the Banff Festival of the Arts was extended to two weeks from one. The Banff Centre comprises a school of management stud- 6 86 SUGGESTED RETAIL the Banff School of Fine Arts conference divi- sion. Conference business was beginning to take up a very large part of the centre's op- some felt it was be- ginning to overshadow the arts aspect. People started asking whether the centre's major purpose was to function as a school or as a hotel for con- vention delegates. a Jekyll-and-Hyde situ- ation we'd rather not Associate Director Neil Arm- strong admitted. But he added that fine arts is losing and that the conference division provides the centre with much-needed revenue. the recently-an- nounced budget for Alberta universities almost doubles the centre's grants over the next three years. It is a tial for big Dr. Leighton has said. But they will be slow and gradual. The centre will begin phas- ing out all and convention business during July and mak- ing room for 500 additional students. But this may take four or five years. conferences are booked years in Dr. Leighton said. will keep our commitment to TO EXTEND SCHOOL Year-round operation as an arts school is the next long- term goal. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARD8TON Mayfair Thaatra in color. Winner of 8 Academy Awards in- cluding Best Actress Lisa Minnelli and Joel Grey. Tuesday and November 13 and 14. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Empraaa Thaatra THE in color. Starring Steve McQueen and AH MacGraw. Monday and Tuesday. November 12 and 13. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre VALACHI In color. Starring Charles Lino Ventura and Terence Young. Mon- Tuesday and November 12. 16 and 14. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre in color. Starring Jack Lemmon. Tuesday and November 13 and 14. Monday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. THE NEW GAR OTE Proudly Presente GEORGE MM DM NIGHT AH thai wMfc for i TNI LITNMIOai HIRALO I Reserve paintings sell fast Cree painter Fast Canada's best-known Indian Allen a Saskatche- wan brought his latest paintings to Toronto last week. Dressed in a denim but sporting Cree neck ornaments and long braided the painter greeted collectors at Eaton's Art Gallery where his exhibit opened Friday Drunk-driving laws gain results in Europe By DAVID R. FRANCIS Christian Science Monitor West Germany- When Munich's famous Oc- tober festival was launched recently visitors to the festival tents for the first time could choose a tankard of lemonade instead of beer. The change was prompted by West Germany's new law to discourage drinking and with its resultant heavy accident toll And like many other Euro- pean Germany is finding its new drunk-driving laws have favorable results. This law went into effect July 26. Any driver caught with more than 0.08 percent alcohol in his bloodstream is automatically subject to fines up to marks and suspension of his or her driver's license for up to three months. During last year's two- week-long some 5 people were killed and 64 in- jured in 92 auto accidents in- volving drinking drivers. In the hope of reducing that accident city authorities have been trying to persuade the expected five million par- ticipants in the festival to walk or take public transpor- tation home. On a nationwide of- ficials calculate that alcohol causes some deaths a year on West German highways. That is about 22 per cent of the killed in highway accidents last year Throughout the trend likewise has been to toughen laws against drinking drivers. Spain introduced the same test this year to determine whether a driver is under the influence of alcohol. Every Spanish motorist is even re- quired to carry an alcohol- testing device in his car. In the the Queen will sign a bill to im- pose a 0.05 percent limit as soon as the police are technically ready to enforce the alcohol test. The govern- ment had proposed an 0.08 percent limit But Parliament toughened the legislation. France adopted the 0.08 per- cent test m Britain in 1967. and Denmark also have this limit. Belgium is trying to draft legislation before Parliament to trim the permissible alcohol level from- 0.15 to 0.08 percent. Sweden and Norway are even with a 0.05 per- cent test TORONTO Alta a Saskatchewan brought his latest paintings U Toronto this week and watch- ed gleefully as snapped them up. Nearly worth ol paintina were soU in tta opening of the eiUUI Friday at the Eaton's Art Gallery. His acrylic works depicting native Red Pheasant 30 miles from Nortb are selling so quickly that he will winter preparing for spring shows in England and the United States. The 43-year-old originally named Sap- Going now lives in comfort in North Battleford with his and 13- year-old son David. He is proud that he still is il- he resisted white man's Mr. Sapp spoke eagerly of the years since 1966 that have seen his life transformed from that of a part-time logger and regular welfare recipient into an artist of international stature with an undisclosed in- come to match. His partner and business William Baker of said the paintings have been selling very well. In about 30 in major Ca- nadian and U.S. he has sold years' and the supply is running low. The price tags Friday rang- ed from for a six-by- eight-inch cameo landscape to for a 24-by-36-inch can- with a maximum of 500 for several larger items. Hovering close by was Dr. Allan a North Battleford physician who dis- covered the painter's talents in 1966. The doctor now is one of three partners in a thriving artistic enterprise. was on Dr. Gonor said. came to my office with a few small oil paintings. They looked like calendar pictures. 'He used to paint mountains and that he thought the white man wanted to see in paintings. But I told him to go back and paint the reserve There aren't any mountains or moose on the Prairies. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK CAftin'jQ DwtteM Nwdunic 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Tonight Phil Lethbridge and the Westwinds at the Alec Hotel TW ADULT paramount JtaCOZEFFlKELLl TONITE thru WED. ROMEO at p.m. -N Y TIMES -SATURDAY REVIEW -PLAYBOY PARAMOUNT PICTURES Show Times I'MUMOI M ROMEO JULIET. 7.00 9.20 No Short Subjects. TWO COMPLETE SHOWS AT 700 9.20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Short Subjects- 7159-10 FRITZ THE 7.50 9'4S LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT t Ol.l.H.K STRANGE VENGEANCE OF ROSALIE WHAT BECAME OF JACK JILL. 700 1020 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 8 30 RESTRICTED ADULT RESTRICTED RESTRICTED ADULT ADULT paramount cinema TONITE and TUES. at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema THE DOUBLE SHOCK SHOW OF THE TWICE THE SHOCK TWICE THE TERROR TONITE and TUES. First Show p.m. JMUMIir flair J L COMMUNITY MimeH UTHWHOOB PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATIN8 md MUSEUM SCHEDULE I MV. ROV. HIV. MV. 16 4 SAT.. NOV. 17 MV. IS iMH.. NSV. fan MR Swim 12 no-1 no D Swim 12-00-1-00 Swim 1200-1 00 Swim 1200-1 00 Swim Swim 1 00-5 00 p m. i Family Swim B M Swrrn 7 30-9 30 00-8 00 FREE Puttie Skattng p.m. Skating SkMAg p.m. PuWfc Skating o Pre-School Skate noon puWlc Skating 2 00-4-00 p m. p.m. Public Skating p m. p -00-4-30 p m 00-5 00 p p.m. ;