Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
____ Friday, November 17, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID "I Quite a bag ARCADIA, Fta. (AP) Foui- game wardens collared a group of hunters on charges of shoot- ing doves in a baited area and got quite a bag. The group in- cluded the county prosecutor the chairman of the county commission, the city tax collec- tor, a state legislator, and the superintendent of the Florida state prison camp. ANNUAL PRODUCTION More than 185 million pounds of tobacco are produced an- nually in Canada. Hooke won't run in next election ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Alia.' (CP) A. J. Hooke, the only member to sit cuuimuvuoly in the Alberta legislature since the Social Credit party took power in 1935, has announced ho will not seek re-election, to Use next provincial election.. Mr. Hooke, a 65-year-old teacher who held six portfolios during the 25-year administra- MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY Tonight "SLEEPY JOHN" SHAMEN" GLEN'S DEN ADMISSION 1.25 9 to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE! (SWe Entrance) SOUTHERN ALBER THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ARIZONA BUSHWACKERS" In Technicolor. Starring Howard Keel and Yvonne Be Carlo. Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 28. Friday shows at snd p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "A MAN CALLED HORSE" In color. Starring Richard Harris anh Edith Evans. Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 28. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult- Sot Suitable For Children. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee at p.m. "THUNDER OVER THE In color. Starring Randolph Scott. One show only at p.m. All tickets 50c. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "YOU CAN'T WIN 'EM color. Starring Tony Curtis Charles Bronson and Michelle Merrier. Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 28. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "HELLO DOWN THERE" In color. Starring Tony Ranctell, Janet Leigh and Roddy McDowall. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 27, 28 arid 23. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY" In Technicolor. Starring Clint Walker. Friday and Saturday, November Z! and 28. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre "BSN World's Most Honored Motion Picture. Starring Charlton Heston. Friday and Saturday, Novem- ber 27 and 28. Friday show at Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolor. Starring Hayley Mills, George Sanders and Maurice Chevalier. Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 28. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday Matinee at p.m. Family. more cut of life Tata family la a movU GREY CUP SPECIAL! SATURDAY ONLY AT BOTH LOCATIONS X CHUBBY 15 (15 PIECES OF CHICKEN) MB. FRENCH FRIES I PT. COLE SLAW Regular 6.00 ALL FOR ONLY ff iacrosTcans 210 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-6056 1607 Mayor Magrath Phone 327-8255 lion of former premier Ernest Manning, told the Rocky Moun- tain House Constituency Asso- ciation in a letter Thursday that he wants to spread Social Credit principles at the federal level. "I am convinced, that I should exert my best efforts in the fed- eral he said, but ho would not say whether he in- tends to run for a seat in the House of Commons. In 1969 he aligned himself with Real Caouette's federal So- cial Credit RaJly and since then has been a major spokesman for the movement ic Alberta and British Columbia. He said in the letter that he has always stood for Social Credit's pay-as-you-go policy but during the last few years the Alberta government has been called upon to borrow money to meet its programs. "Present borrowings cany an interest rate of about 8% per cent and' this, of course, means in effect that we are borrowing from our children, grandchil- dren great-grandchildren and Calgarian wins top fair award WINNIPEG (CP) James K. Grey of Calgary was named "fair man of the year" by the Canadian Association of Exhi- bitions here for his concept of "Flare Square" the elabora- tion upon a theme with exhibits, displays and booths. In making the presentation at the association's annual meet- ing, Mr. Grey was commended for his presentation of the con- cept of "Flare Square" to the fair and exhibition industry. Mr. Grey, a geologist, is a di- rector of t h e Calgary Exhibi- tion and Stampede. Association President Elwood Hart saM Mr. Grey's concept has caught on with fairs End exhibitions across Canada. In past years, "Flare Square" has had at the Cal- igary Stampede such themes as the petroleum1 industry, agri- culture, youth and western de- velopment. Succeeds brother ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) Mary Burgoyne has been named president and publisher of The Standard to succeed her brother, W. B. C. Burgoyne, 49, who died Nov. 14, it was an- nounced here. A. J. HOOKE Check Guinea claims DAKAR, Bengal (AP) A United Nations Investigating team began today to look into Guinea's claim ii was invaded by Portugal. Simultaneously, Guinean reports of continued at- tacks stopped. For the first time since Sun- day when President Sekou Toure announced his country was under invasion by Portu- guese mercenaries, Radio Con- akry did not mention a new landing attempt during the night. The investigative group was received coldly on arrival Wednesday with a statement that Guinea had not asked for an inquiry, but for a UN air- borne intervention force. No correspondents have been allowed to enter Conakry and most reports on events within Guinea have come from the government's radio. In Paris, the newspaper Le Figaro headlined its report on the situation: "A scenario care- fully cooked up by; Mr. Sekou Toure to alert international opinion." A story from its corrrespond- ent Gerard Harm said: "The Guinea affair is above all a question of accounts -being settled among Gmneans. It is clearly not more than that. Con- akry's International exploitation of these infiltrations metamor- phasized into invasions is part of political-psychological ciner- ama. 1 "Sekoa Toure used the event to come out of his isolation, to polish up his image, and to get material and psychological sup- port while playing a martyr of colonialism." BURGER SPECIAL Friday and Saturday HAMBURGER 1 AND FRENCH FRIES HANNIGANS 1413 Mayer Magrath Drive Phone 328-4038 LABOR ___..___ CLUB Corner 2nd Avc. 0nd 13th Street North WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Evening IN THE CLUBROOMS THE BAND "JUST US" Members and Invited Guests! Town Oief Restaurant MAW flPFN rofessional Bldg.lLethbndge llWll Ml kll Ragged beggers steal meiscy food BIIOLA (Router) The offi- cial casualty toll in the cyclone and tidal wave disaster which struck East Pakistan two weeks ago rose to as relief workers coped today with a new of ragged beg- gars stealing supplies destined for survivors. The beggars are descending on the coastal strip ravaged by the wind and wall of water which hit it Nov. 13, grabbing food and blankets being deliv- ered for the starving survivors. Badly needed flat-bottomed British and American boats began ferrying the supplies to the .stricken area Wednesday. The official fatality toll of included more tan confirmed dead and nearly missing and pre- sumed dead. On the shattered island of Bhola, President Kahya Khan spent the night after a day-long tour of the worst hit areas, himself handing out food and blankets to sobbing men, women and children. The gigantic international aid operation got into full stride with transportation problems at last being overcome. A major problem up until now has been the lack of flat-bot- tomed vessels to deliver sup- plies into stricken areas where waters from the tidaf wave still have not receded. But Wednesday British ves- sels began operating in northern sections of the affected area while American boats fitted with outboard motors handled deliveries in the south and east. Bhola, which lies in the heart of the affected area, look a par- ticularly severe battering. Along a 12-mile coastal strip which the president flew over, not a. single building was left standing. About people lived there, local officials said. Dozens of rotting animal car- here and there the body of a man, woman or child the beaches. At least 30 ican, British, French, West Ger- man and Saudi are at work dropping supplies! The government flew to two more helicopters from West Pakistan to join the two Paki- stani craft already flying mercy missions. The two new helicopters were Parity is barbed question in GM strike bargaining TORONTO (CP) The United Auto Workers and Gen- eral Motors of Canada Ltd. have scheduled a resumption of bargaining Sunday on major is- sues, including the barbed ques- tion of parity with United States workers on cost-of-living allow- ances. Jerry Hartford, spokesman Gas firm earnings decrease CALGARY (CP) Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. earned during the first nine months of 1970 or a share. The earnings were down from or a share in Use comparable period of 1969. Sales rose to from The company, which, distri- butes natural gas to residential and industrial consumers in southern Alberta, said operating costs were higher and sales were adversely affected by w duced space heating require- ments and lower industrial pur- chases in some areas. Dial direct HAMILTON (Renter) A million contract to supply a new telephone exchange for Bermuda has been signed here between the International Tele- phone and Telegraph Corp. of New York and the Bermuda Telephone Co. The new system initially will handle lines with an eventual capacity for and will enable callers to dial directly to North America when it is completed in 1973. ON GUARD SEOUL, Korea (AP) Seoul's city government, con- vinced that cabarets were too shady for decency, ordered the owners to provide more lighting to guard against immorality. COUGAR COUNTRY IN COIOR t WILD ANIMALS SPARKLING STREAMS BREATHTAKINO SCENERY A true adventure rtory COUTTS COMMUNITY HALL FRIDAY Nov. 27th Af and for the UAW, said Thursday the talks were being resumed at the union's request. In another development in the strike, now in its lllh week, the head office of the international union advised the Canadian di- vision that strike benefits for the Canadian members will continue beyond the pre- viously announced cutoff date of Nov. 30. Dennis McDermott, head of the Canadian section, said bene- fits will continue as long as there is money in the strike fund, but ho said 'there WES no estimate as to how long that might be. Mi% McDermott said the Ca- nadian Labor Congress and the Ontario Federation of Labor have pledged to continne fund- raising drives for UAW strikers. Strike pay is a week for a single for a married man; and a week for a mar- ried man with a family. HALT TALKS Negotiations between the union and GM of Canada were suspended by the union earlier this week. Differences between Canadian aiid cost-of-living increases have made the parity issue a barrier in negotiations. A. G. Stapelton, GWs chief negotiatorln Canada, said Wednesday Canadian auto workers are being unrealistic in seeking parity with U.S. work- ers on cost-of-living allowances. "today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Monte Walsh" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Monte Walsh" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday "South Pacific" Last Complete Show Saturday ''South Pacific" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Theatre Rented For: "Cougar Country" Last Complete Show Saturday "Cougar Country" Last Complete Show brought in over India, ending a dispute with the New Delhi au- thorities over helicopters using Indian air space. A Canadian airlift of some 200 tons of relief supplies continued into Dacca from Trenton, Ont., and Pakistanis living in Canada contributed several thousand dollars towards relief. The Canadian airlift num- bered nine flights since it started Nov. 20. Two more are planned for Friday and the last two Saturday, barring further requests for additional supplies by the Pakistanis, About hah" the Canadian gov- ernment's million in relief given to Pakistan is being air- lifted. The remainder will go by ship: FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES FRIDAY, NOV. 27fh 9 p.m. Music by "THE LONGACRES" ADMISSION EACH LUNCH INCLUDED MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ON SALE AT MAIN OFFICE PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUItDING DAIIY TO P.M. AISO AT THEATRE BOX OFFICES TILL 10 P.M. 2E1 NOW SHOWING THRU TUES. Monte Walsh is what the West was all about. ADULT TONIGHT at and p.m. LEE MAKVIN "MONTE ARtilWeMm UvjSsaflg ,JEANNEMOREAU-JACKPALANCE SATURDAY 3 SHOWS AND P.M. SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT P.M. A FILM FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOLLOW antndependeirt and curious young cougar, through two exciting years in a mountain wilderness known as "COUGAR COUNTRY" A true wildlife adventure story "WHISKERS" IS HIRE 7 ADVENTUROUS DAYS ADULTS Under 12 JSe A PRODUCT OF AMERICAN NATIONAL ENTERPRISES, INC. TONIGHT and SAT. Tonight at and p.m. Saturday First Show at p.m.-Continuous Till p.m. PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVE 8. 8lh ST 327 5100 FAMILY FINAL SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M.