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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LDTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 16, 1971 Resources 110 .bait Tho railed a "lax pluuxl on our Tiit'iil (l.nii'il Monday thai il is Irado imilakTallv vuihoul usmji ('.in a il a 's natural n1- tialion." live.-- as a anmUT lit- d hy Mil red to ni'.Ui'tMU1 a bi'UcT break fur Lambert Kdmnnton West) muk'r I'.S. trade1 ri> Ottawa outline1 to .Mrh'linns. Ihr province's at I ho furront Acting I'nint1 .Minister ruildi- nu'ctittt; IUTI- issues and dl told the Commons fcticral policies arc under dis- i: "nothing to that at all." cu-sion with the V.K. prepared to Mi'. Sharp replied that the U.S bargain ahmit tlie lf> S. position itself is still unclear. Mirchire mi imports, whicli he The government trying to Honey prices arc strong EDM'iXTON1 The million pounds from tho tvrta industry appears pmvince's 12i'.nro hee colonies.! to be a firm footing this ,7 a j v. strong prices and favurahie markets, an agricul-: Iimiml fmn I4 mils a i with the depart-Mast >va1'- iincl Iwney rrieni m' agriculture says. shortages, I'esuUed in tho firm; Dr. V.' J. A'.rram said e.sti- J market picture, Or, Auram nuiied p; i duction for 1971 was said I get clarification of tho aims and of the I'.S1. Mr. Lanihert said Albortn and Ontario fed it is vital they know uhat i.s going on. ASK AUDIT II.C. PROPOSAL Perry Ryan .Spadina) asked ahout a possible C a n a da-U .H. trade bloc, a suggrstion made at the confer- ence Premier A. C. Hen- net i Columbia. .Mr. Sharp said neither Can- ada nor the U.S. has raised (his possibihiv in talks. Lloyd C'rouse h Shorei said European countries are organizing a common front of file surcharge. t h c government considering going in wilh them, "lo avoid complete isolation of Canada in the MITCHELL SIIAIU Nothing to it Mr. Sharp replied that Can- ada is n member of the Group of Ten. an international govern- ment finance organization, and has been talking with the U.S. "at all levels" about (he charge. eivison to I'.y VICTOR STAVfON TORONTO (CP) _ Usually when Norman Jcwison comes back to Canada, il's as the cele- brated local boy keeps doing bigger things outside his native county. But it may not bo too long before tho inlcrnationally-ac- claimed film-maker returns to make a Canadian movie. Mr. Jettison, in his hometown this week for the Canadian pre- miere of his latest and biggest film, Fiddler on Ihe Roof, said movie with Ihe CBC, moved lo Unilw Slnics television a lilllc more fhan a decade ago and went on lo Hollywood lo make such movies as Tho Russians Are Coming, The R u s s i a n s Are Coming and the Oscar-winning In The Heat Of Tho Night. Mr. .lewison, whose next as- signment is the film version of the rock ojxra Jesus Christ frankly that Mr. Hichler's book "is not bis best work at all, but a very good idea." in an interview he has bought '-j the rights lo The Incomparable i Atuk, an early work by Cana- "We'rc not Isolated." be j dian author Monlccai Kichler. added. "iVc're making at least "And it will be made in Can- as much progress as anyone j said the youthful-looking else." i director who began bis career BEAUTIFY YOUR mM WITH A ZELLER'S It's so easy cash! Res 349.99 gsseg Reg. 296.96 o Rtcejvr a monthly )tj pay in iniladminii ir your convenience Zeller's will be open all day Check Our 10 Page Flyer For Many More Specials LOCATED IN THE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE SHOPPING CENTRE ON MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE. OPEN DAIIY 9 A.M TO 6 AND FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. TELEPHONE 3J8-B171 The Incomparable Atuk is a satiric novel, written in the early about an Eskimo poet brought lo Toronto for a party by literary ghouls and who decides to stay in Ihe south and exploit sentiment over his noble savage status. Mr. .lewison is quite explicit when it comes lo the subject of nationalism. "I don't think one's national- ism should affect where they make films." He says he is all for Iho Cana- dian Film Development Corp., extends financial aid to Canadian film-makers, but adds that the corporation "should be careful in their choice of whom they give their money to." "They should not give money just to young film-makers who to make purely Canadian films. You have to make films for the SUGGESTS MOIiF, AID He suggests that the Canadian government could help Cana- dian film-makers further by fol- lowing the example of Israel, native land of Topol, star of Fiddler, and Britain, where the taxes collected through sale of tickets to a movie are turned over to the maker of the movie. He also says the press in Can- ada could help the Canadian film industry by "writing in a more positive fashion about Ca- nadians and not lowering your values, but getting your values straight." He said Canadians "are fall- ing into the terrible American pattern of commercialism." j "Even-one's talking about! money, how much it cost to make a picture, how much it's to make or lose." His words came on the heels i of criticism of Fiddler in the [ocal newspapers. One critic said: "Norman Je- j wteon's Sil-million movie doesn't have the fresh inspira- ion that's needed to make the j show work." Another said: "The worldwide lopularity of the stage original j may bring United Artists a irofit on their invest- i nent. But the film is oo long and too loud and too avish to hold Ihe interest stead- Chiefs lack iiglit PEACE RIVER (CP) Nor- thern Indians nrc short of money because some chiefs are too complacent, says Edward Bellerose of the Driftpile re- serve. Mr. BeHerose, northern vice- president of the Indian Asso- ciation of Alberta, told the all- chiefs conference for northern Alberta that southern reserves have money because they fight for il. "The High Prairie and Fort Vermilion Indian Agencies been the most neglected in last .Irj years and it is no of the Indian affairs di But he criticized Ihe depart- ment for Ix'ing palernalistie in arranging the budget without consultation with the 'biefs. inns Chief Allbry (Undue of the 7ort Chipewyan reserve said the department should provide nore money to create job gcn- j erating projects. I Many of his people arc forced to lake welfare because of poor (rapping that has re- sulted from white man slcaling our valor wilh the Hennetl Dam.1' The Rennet! Ham is located on tho Peace River in British Columbia Chief fllndue said Ihere is ample limber and In- dian people in his area to oper- ate a sawmill if one was lo- cated IlKire. iTV HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY MOVIE COMEDY; "Gldgct (iocs p.m., Ch. 7. Afler a misunderstanding with her boyfriend Gidget finds herself attracted to a popular TV personality. DOCTOK DHA.MA: Marcus Wclby, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A tender drama about old-age romance featuring movio veterans Palrick Knowles and Ruth Ilussey in "The Best Is Yet To Be." COAIEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Tho ]9M movie musical classic "42nd .Street" is spoofed. Special guesls arc Mel Tornic and Nanette Fcbray. cial guests are Mel Tonne and Nanette Fabray. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. A profile of award-winning architect Arthur Erickson who, incidentally, designed lira University of Lelhhridge complex DOCUMENTARY; Tuesday Night, 10 Ch. 7. This repeat show profiles the life of the Canadian humanitarian Dr. Merman BcChune. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m.. Ch. IS. Danny's marked for murder at his ramshackle country cottage where someone has been using the secluded spot to smuggle counterfeit money out of England. WEDNESDAY MOVIE CRIME DRAMA: "Four Boys and a 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Four delinquents are involved in a stadium robbery but which one fired the shot that killed a police- man? MOVIE WESTERN': "Three Violent People." I p.m., Ch. 13. An ex Confederate officer cad his wife face crises in post-Civil War Texas. Pregrnmt on lilted by .radio and ItlBVi.icm nati clianaH by ihe -stollom and it not the reiponilbitity of the Herald or Trimblec Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Beryl Clark fcS cficline John Oliver Barry Hcgland Leo Dew Show Beryl Clark TUESDAY NIGHT World a! jix Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC Jim Elliot CJOC i Hews, Weather end Sports Phone Bill Show Jack Thys Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Weather and Sports News and 'Jraln Mdtmea Ingram World at Six -A- CHEC FM -A- News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Den WacMssler Concerts (Bob ConstE) Don Mac.V.asJer Don Hcdmftn a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News This TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Orchestra! Coi AS ,1 Happen, Tuesday Night WEDNESDAY News, Sporls, Wthr Eye Opener From tlic Capitals 8-00 World at 8 Five Nights o Week Prairie Recital World at 9 Country is Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six Trimble's Tire Supply Invites You To Try The Astro IfllSPER GRIP WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 26.10 28.40 28.40 29.50 775-14 4 825-14 4 825-15 4 855-15 One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built to premium ny- lon standards f o t- maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. Now is the time to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. IHh Street South Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 Over the top KEGIiN'A (CP) Tho RcRinn United Apnr.-il .snrpjisi-rd ii.s 1971 nlijrdivo of lloii" cjim- chainn.'iii. iinnoiiucnl to- CJOC-TV Channel 7 Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT 11 :7Q Tcleprote 7 To Truth or Here Ccme (rig P Conr-oqupnces (c) Brides (c) F-cur Teleprobe 7 Movie: Gidget WEDNESDAY Hens Hawaiian Romper Room Mary Tyler Moore Mr Hrfisiup Carol Burr-RU Western Sr.hcoK Telescope (c) Friendly Ginnt Tuesday Nile Chez Heleno News (C) Sesame Strcr-l of Night Psycliialrist Tommy TompMnj I ruth or Consequence! CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT -VC3 FlintEloncs (c) County Nrws Love American Slylc (c) fi.oi irucs Wolhy F.drlie'5 Father Tyson (c) Tho 11: WEDfJESDAf Thought for Day News (c) University of Ai (c} About Fati Pirrrc Ocrton 55 Norm Mapll BewilchPd Bcdt tho Clock Movie: Thrc House Frighten- p'ropia stoin (c) Man Trap (c) Uncm Bohtiy fc) i n't Word fc) Prnciran, Mi Anything You Can FfiMunn-; In Sewing F-ranoiis Dirk Vnn Dyk Ed Allen fO nuLk'liol (c) In Conversation s.M F (c) Diiffiin.-i'i D.ivid FrosI KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Cli. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT News f> CO NCVJS Hawaii Fiue-0 Ironsltlo (c) S: jO GunsmcKfl Aditn 12 (c) Mr-ws 7r.niriht MKV.V WEDNESDAY Our World Atiricullure Today Ic) Ncivs Tonday in Momanfl The Debtors (c) Concentrnlion Another World nf (hft O-ntnrv of NIcjM Hnllywocd Gnmer Pylo Jfop.inly (r) Gritfin ic) Who, Whnl, Whom .1 00 Hilihlllios (c) .10 t-nmily Alf.iir NI1C Mlqhtly New Sornrrs-t (cl World Turns KFBB-TVGroar Falls Channel 5 (Cnblc vision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT (c) Alnfl Sfju.icl Movie: Do Not I'M, Spindlo 01 Nfiv, (r) Glen Dirk fflvrtf (cJ WEDNESDAY f-flrm Newi News Nev.lyv.crt Capt, K.inq.iroo 12-30 Nf-ws Dinah's Pl.uo (c) Secret Storm Jack LaUnna Ono Lllft to Llvfl Autliey (c) oil Our I ives Gnilopinn Gnur.-iof Oorpnil wnr-rc thp HrmI on lor Tomorrow All My Children Maka A ucni u) iil (c) 5.30 New> ;