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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thurtday, October 7, 1971 THi LETH8RIDGE HERAID 7 Vaccine prevents sniffling WASHINGTON fAP) U.S. Army recruits will be immu- nized his year with a newly do- ve- pe-'. vaccine to prevent snif- fling, sneezing and hacking. The army surgeon-general's office says that during tests last winter the vaccine proved effec- tive against widespread respira- tory infections which have all the symptoms of the common cold but are almost unique to basic trainees. Developed by the army's Wal- ler Reed Medical Centre, the vaccine protects against two types of adenoviruscs which in some years have caused up to respiratory cases among recruits. Lt.-Col. Phillip Winter, an epi- doinologist with the surgcon- general's office, said tills type of cold-producing virus never has teen known to show up in epidemic form outside. For this reason, he said, the new vaccine offers no hope as a panacea for colds in the civilian communities. OFF TO CHINA TOKYO (Reuter) A 51-man group of Japanese union offi- cials left Tokyo Wednesday by air for a goodwill tour of China. School, TV don't mix MONTRKAL (CP) The in- creasing use of television as a teaching tool could lead to the sacrifice of educational content for entertainment value, Com- munications Minister Robert Stanbury said today. He told the International Council for Education Media that educationists must choose the right audio-visual medium for each subject. They also must ensure that educational technology is managed in the Lang's mail running 5 to 1 in favor of new farm bill ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES AJCICPOT IN 50 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Thursday, Oct. 7-METROS Friday, Oct. 8-BRIDGE TOWN TRIO Saturday, Oct. 9-RAYMOND CANADIANS OTTAWA (CP) Otto Lang, minister responsible for the Ca- n a d i a n wheat board, said Wednesday he would continue to urge the Commons to approve his Prairie grains stabilization bill. His mail, he said, has been I running 5 to 1 in favor of pas-1 sage of the bill. Mr. Lang had been asked by John Burton East) whether he would delay consideration of the bill in the i Commons long enough to dis- cuss the issue with farm organi- zations that have opposed the bill. Last Friday Mr. Lang and the three Prairie agriculture minis- ters had seemed to reach agree- ment that there should be a moratorium on debate on the bill so the provinces and farm organizations could offer suggestions for changes. But the government brought the bill back for House debate on Monday and Tuesday this week. EVERYONE'S INVITED TO A PUBLIC FORUM "MEET THE CANDIDATES NIGHT" LABOR CLUB 13th St. N. I, OCT. 7-7 ALL ALDERMANIC CANDIDATES WILL SPEAK AND A QUESTION AND ANSWER PERIOD WILL FOLLOW Sponsored by the LETHERIDGE and DISTRICT LABOUR COUNCIL Honorary degree i for Msgr. Murray OTTAWA (CP) Two uni- versity adirinistratcrs and two historians are to receive honor- ary doctorates Oct. 24 at the fall convocation of the Univer- sity of Ottawa. Among them is Msgr. Athol Murray, rector of Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Sask., who is to receive a doctorate in edu- cation. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C tf'S RADIO AND TV J V. IV 3 302 5T N. SOUTHERN ALBERTA PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre Walt Disney's DUCK" In Technicolor. Star- ring Dean Jones. Sandy Duncan and Joe Flynn. Thurs- day, Friday ad Saturday. October 7, 8, and 9. Thursday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "SABATA" In color. Starring Lee Van Cleef and William Berger. Thursday and Friday, October 7 and 8. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. SURE TO ATTEND THiS YEAR'S EXCITING INTERNATIONAL FRIDAY P.M. SATURDAY 730 P.M. SUNDAY P.M. OCT. 8-9-10! IN PRIZE MONEY 5 MAJOR EVENTS! -fa Cabaret Friday and Saturday, 10 p.m. to a.m. DANCE TO GREAT COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS JOE SADDLEBACK and his World.Famous INDIAN DANCE GROUP LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Sponsored by Indian Rodeo Cowboys Assoc. and McGowan Rodeo Company Elizabeth Erasmus, Indian Princess of Alberta in at- tendance. Plus Blood Rc- isrve's Dance Group, all under 6 years old. ADMISSION ADULTS STUDENTS CHILDREN SOc 6-12 YEARS RIDDEN BY INDIAN COWBOYS best interests of society. Mr. Stanbury said the devel- opment of television as an effec- tive teaching aid is slow lie- cause of inadequate attention to program content. For a number of years now the hard inescapable truth has been that the attempt to combine education and televi- sion has far more often than not produced poor education and boring television." The growing reliance on elec- tronic leaching techniques can be seen at a new community college in Laval, Que. where students spend about 80 per cent of their time listening to audio tapes, or watching slide shows and television programs, said. Such a media-oriented curric- ulum was not entirely beneficial to the country's education sys- tem. "'fhere is a danger that the growing use of technology in ed- ucation will create disparities between the educational sys- tems within a country, with urban systems pulling still fur- ther ahead of those in rural areas, and a parallel danger of widening disparities between educational systems in the ad- vanced and the developing coun- tries." He said educational technol- ogy should he designed to give wide dissemination nationally and internationally to high-qual- ity programming. To aid this goal manufacturers should work for standardization and compat- ibility of equipment offered the ROBERT STANBURY Sees danger schools. Bui, while the leciinology should be exported to develop- ing countries, care should be taken to reduce the influence of foreign programming. Mr. Stanbury said the solution to the problems presented by the expanding use of media teaching aids could be found through increased co-operation among teachers, students, engi- neers and programmers. Rose's bid requested MONTREAL (CP) Paul Rose's request for an injunction to force federal authorities to move him and five other prison- ers back la the maximurn-secu- ritj Archambault Institute has been denied by Superior Court Judge Claude iiisson. Rose, convicted killer of for- mer Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte, and five other prisoners were transferred to St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary last month. Judge Bisson denied the re- quest saying the Superior Court has no jurisdiction to rule on a transfer from one jail to an- other. Francis Simard, also con- victed of the Oct. 17 murder of Mr. Laporte, who was kid- napped by terrorists a week earlier, Francois S'cliirm, Rob- ert Hudon, Andre Onellet and Pierre Demers were included in the transfer request. NUMBER INCREASES TOKYO (AP) The number of savings account holders in the Peking branch of the Chinese People's Bank in- creased by 11 per cent during the last year, the official New China news agency reported. IlEPLACEMFNT NAMED BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) President Tito has named Milorad Pesic, 50, to re- place Veliko Micuiovic as am- bassador to Moscow. Pcsic has been undersecretary of foreign affairs. COLLEGE MUtfUlT TONIGHT thru SAT. at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN BURT LANCASTER ROBERT RYAN LEEJ.COBB in A MICHAEL WINNER Film TOO OLD TORONTO (CPI Carmen Cornacchia, who has been shin-1 ing shoes in the barber shop in the Toronto Star building for 41 years, retired recently when the barber s'lop closed temporarily. The shop is moving to the new Star building Nov. 1 under new management. But Cornacchia, who ml] soon be 78, feels he's too old to start a new business. Today's Shtiwtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects :'Willard'' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: "Tales of Beatrix Potter" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Lawman" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Operation CIA" "Z" One complete show Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is jus! one of 18 quality Zenith hearing One ot them might be just right tor you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings aids are priced from 9; the quality goes in before the name goes o of bTTng m Ihis coupon for dee copy "1 of Zenilh'l "Sound HeitifiE" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bio's. IETHBRIDGE j TONIGHT, FRIDAY and SAT. GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW AT 8 P.M. Today, all the suspense and excitement is in English. HIT NO. 2 "OPERATION C.I.A." color with BURT REYNOLDS CINEMA 4th AVE ST 327-5100 SHOWING TODAY THRU TUES. THE ULTIMATE IN FINE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT A PICTURE TO BE ENJOYED BY EVERYONE! FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT MGM PRESENT? TONTJERFUL MOTION P1CTURJ PETER 5M.1 ISLES OF BESTRIX POTTER PERFORMED BY DSNCER5 OF THE ROYSLBSLLET A JotoiBrabourne-Richard Goodwin Production from EMI Film Prod.Ltd Technicolor" CHILDREN MATINEES 50c EVENINGS 75c MATINEES: FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MONDAY at p.m. EVENINGS DAILY at and p.m. STARTS TOMORROW Last Times Tonight "WILLARD" ARCH THEATRE VAUXHALL 1 Tonight, Fri., Sat. Ocr. 7-8-9 WHAT A WAY TO FEATHER YOUR NEST! Can an average family find true happiness with a pet who lays 24-karat omelets? FAMILY KIDS' MATINEE 50c FAMILY KIDS' EVENING 75c EMPRESS THEATRE 1 FORT MACLEOD I i: Tonight, Fri., Sat. -_, Oct. 7-8-9 FOX f THEATRE I I PINCHER I CREEK i I Tonight, Fri., Sot. Oct. 7-8-9 z MAYFAIR 1 1 THEATRE 5 CARDSTON Tonight, Fri., Sat. Oct. 7-8-9 s OPERA I THEATRE I VULCAN f i Tonight, Fri., Sat. j 'i Ott, 7-8-9 oeah JONES sanou DUNCAN joe FLYNN Tony ROBERTS James GREGORY BOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND 1 SUNDAY and MONDAY I Oct. 10 and 11 ;