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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 17, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Red-face dffil. THUNDKK BAY (CP) Keg Itea [ailed lo make an appearafit'e today to lec- ture to a class of school chil- dren on lire merits of road safety. The Ontario Provincial Po- lice officer was in hospital nursing a lacerated scalp and painful shoulder aflcr the car he was driving skidded out of control and rolled over near this northwestern Ontario city. Telephone workers united in new national union TORONTO (CP) A new na- lional union lo represent tele- phone workers in Canada is being established. The union will lie formed with the merger, scheduled for early next year, of the Federation of The Continuing Education Program of The University of Lethbridge presents A Series of Three Music Appreciation Brocitkasfs by KENNETH L. HICKEN, Department of Music Sunday, Nov. 21, p.m. (re-broadcast: p.m.) Sunday, Dec. 5, p.m. (re-broodcast: p.m.) Sunday, Dec. 19, p.m. (re-broadcast: p.m.) CJOC-TY CHANNEL 7 Special In Effect Unfil Sat., Nov. 20th AVAILABLE ONLY BETWEEN 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Available At Both Locations 210 3rd Ave. S. 1607 Mayor Magrath Dr. Ph. 328-6056 Ph. 327-0255 OPEN DAILY AT A.M. are the Telephone Workers of British Columbia and the Communica- tion Workers of America. Officers of the Canadian Council of the Communication Workers, which must first break away from its United States headquarters, informed their Canadian membership Monday that a merger agreement had been reached with the B.C. or- ganization and a founding con- vention will be held early next j year. The new union, to be called the Canadian Federation of Communication Workers, will have an initial membership of i with hopes or organizing another workers in the industry. Boris Mather, Canadian direc- tor of the Communication Work- ers, said here his union's i Washington headcjiiarters has j promised full co-operation in the breakaway of the Canadian sec- tion. In Canada, the union now rep- resents linemen, installers, cler- ical workers and operators in Saskatchewan, Northern 0 n- tario and Northern Quebec. Attractive granny back WIDE TRAVELLER Of all the Pacific salmon, the spring salmon probably ranges the most widely from central i California io Alaska and suum on the Asiatic coast to northern China. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327.7M4 tetlibridge REUNITED Ruth Hussey and Jimmy Stewart, who starred as photographer and reporter in "The Philadelphia Story" film 31 years ago, make their first acting reunion in taping a Jimmy Stewart Show segment for telecast in January. Stewart won an Oscar for his 1940 role, and Miss Hussey, now a grandmother and retired from films for a decade, was nominated for one. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ruth Ilussey fe hack on the scene after more Uian a decade of re- tirement. "Now that my children are mainly Rrown the attrac- j live grandmother says, "I think it would he nice if I could do something now and then." This week she WES seen as Ruest star on Marcus Wclhy, M.D., It's her first television since she starred on 90, Studio One and other top dramas when they were done live a dozen years ago. More recently she played a Washington, D.C., b u s i ness- woman in a Jimmy Stewart Show segment taped for tele- cast next January. It was their first reunion since The Philadelphia Story, i in 1940, in which Stewart won an Oscar for his starring role j as a newspaper reporter. Miss Hussey, v. ho playtd his photo- grapher partner in assignments and romance, was nominated for an Academy Award in sup- port. WAS IN TOP MOVIES In the MOs and '50s she was in major movies s u e h as Flight i Command, -Susan and God, Our Wife and Tender Comrade. Her last movie was The Fads of Life, with Bob Hope and Lu- cille Ball, in I960. Then? "I probably didn't seek work, but producers didn't seek me. ''You c o rn e into an age bracket where you don't play leads any think the men fare better in this respect. "So you play the mother, the aunt, the woman next door. Merle Oberon, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis I don't think they've had parts they'd well you can finish that sentence." The summons to t a p e tne Webly and Stewart shows made her feel "great." She'd had movie and TV the parts or the story I didn't like." 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 AUOWEDl PUBtlC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 18th-HIGHWAY 4 FRIDAY, NOV. ISth-BRIDGE TOWN TRIO SATURDAY, NOV. 20th-4 HITS AND A MISS Weatherman relations fair, warmer TORONTO (CP) Rela- tions have turned fair and warmer between the CBC and Percy Saltzman, the CARDSTON Mctyfctir Theafre "THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE" In color. Starring Tony Musanie and Suzy Kendall. Wed- nesday, November 17. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suit- able For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda. Wednesday, November 17. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theafre "MURPHY'S WAR" In color. Starring Peter O'TooIe. Wednesday, November 17. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "ANGELS UNCHAINED'1 In color. Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday, November 17, 18 and Wednesday shows at "and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. chalk-flipping weatherman. The network announced here it has agreed on a one-year contract with Mr. Northwest wins 88 million plane contract EDMONTON (CP) North- west Industries Ltd. of Edmon- ton has won Canadian Forces contracts totalling more than million to overhaul and modify 23 C-130 Hercules air- craft. The work involves replace- ment of the centre wing sec- tions of the giant fcur-engined planes with an improved cen- tre wing box assembly, instal- lation of crash position indica- tors and other modification and maintenance work. E. L. Bunnell, president of Northwest, said the contract could provide for ES many as 75 jobs at the peak of work in 1973. Saltzman which will entitle him to do additional work on the CBC's Weekday pro- gram besides his regular forecasts. Mr. Saltzman, who has been on the air continuously since the debut of CBC tele- vision, was to have left the network Friday in a disa- greement over a new con- tract "Percy hasn't been used enough in the recent said Don MacPhcrson, chief of CELT, the network's To- ronto station. "I think he should be used more and I hope he will be." This Week "THE ELSJE CHIPS" From p.m. to 12 Midnight Thursday, Friday and Saturday AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED Our Dance Is Worth A Thousand Words! !i HOUR LESSONS FOR ONLY We'll Teach You to Say "I LOVE YOU" in a Beautiful Way i.MiiV aLJancc No. 201 535 13lh St. N. Plione 327-1442 'EVENING SHADOWS" featuring Yvonne and Harry APPEARING NIGHTLY in the Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Dr. Zhivago" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Walkabout'1 Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Doc" Last Complete Show NOW SHOWING ot and p.m. 2 Shows-Daiiy Matinee 2 p.m. Evenings at 8 p.m. OF A GREAT MOTION PICTURE! Your last chance to see DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASTERNAKS ADULT IN PANAVISION'AND METROCOLOR NOW At and p.m. A MOST DELIGHTFUL PICTURE ONE YOU ARE SURE TO EfJJOY! In the Centre of Things WED., MOV. VIMY LOUNGE 'MOON GLOWS SAL, NOV. 20th VIMY LOUNGE THE CAMEOS' NOV. !9fh BEAVER ROOM 'THE METROS' SAT., NOV. 20fh BEAVER ROOM 'Highway 4 South' Royal Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. MARQUIS HOTEL SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT SAT., NOV. 20th IN THE MEMORIAL HAU Returning by Popular Domnncl from a Record Breaking 2 weeks at Calgary's Highlander THE GOLDEN VOICE OF DENNIS CLANCY THE DANCING FINGERS OF ARTHUR SPINK This Sat. at p.m. 3 shows STACY KEACH FAYE DUNAWAY HARRIS YULJ.N A FILMBYFRANK PERRY RESTRICTED ADULT Language used may be objectionable ;