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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDC-E HtRAlD Wednesday, Otlober 13, 1971 Standard election system this year THE CANAUIAX 1'IiESS Albertnns get a standard sys- tem of municipal government and K. 10. Peitit, a fond plant I manager. Harry Vcincr, Ii7, Medicine today as vuk'r.s iu all cities, Hat mayor for 17 years is op- towns and villages e.u-ept j posed by pharmacist Chuck iloyclminster elect councils and j Meager, 41, who failed in his school boards for a throe-year bid last year, term. In Lcthbridge, teacher Greg I'ntil this inunicipali-[ .Hales is trying to stop re-clec- ties were allowed lo select the..... lengths of terms ane the day on which an election would he lion of Andy Anderson. Dr. Leavert Johnson is op- posing former m a y o r Jack Piko in Wetaskhvin. There are Ki5 persons seeking has set a standard date and the three-year term. SPECIAL CHARTER Lloydminster, which slrad- .nn-S-lt ft roi cial charter and will elect a new city council Dec. 1. Also voting later in the year are the various municipal dis- tricts throughout the province. There will be mayoralty votes in only three of the nine cities holding elections. E. A. election as councillors in Ihe cities. Edmonton has 57 candi- dates after 12 aldermanic seals, Calgary 33 after 12, Red Deer 16 for eight, Medicine Hat 17 for eight, Wetaskiwin 11 for six, C'amrose 11 for eight, Grande Prairie 13 for eight, Lethbridge 15 for eight and 12 for six in Druniheller. WARD SYSTEM For the first time in many years Edmonton will USP a ward system with three alder- men elected for each of the four wards. There are seven aldermen seeking re-election in both Ed- monton and Calgary. Three city council members are asking re- election in Druniheller, four in Lcthbridge, four in Grande Prairie, six in Camrose, four in V.'elaskiwin, three in Red Deer am1 four in Medicine Hat. Plebiscites on f 1 u o r i dation are being held in Calgary and Medicine Hat. women idea gaining support at synod VATICAN CITY (APi Toshach of Dnimheller, Elmer suggestion that women might become Roman Catholic priests __. gained support Tuesday at the ac.: thirkl World Synod of Bishops. A Catholic laywoman said there was no reason a member of her Borstad of Grande Prairie and Rudy Swanson of Camrose have been rcUinicd clamation. In Edmonton there is a Ihree- way fight for maynr with Aid. Julian Kinisky and business- man Jack Holme, trying to un- seat Ivor Dent. FIVE-WAY BATTLE Calgary's Hod Sykes has four Bruce Cummer, lawyer Alfred must "consider seriously what Harris, realtor Frank J o h n s is good in women's liberation." their argument that the church's priest shortage could best be resolved by changing the Roman Catholic rule against marriage of priests. The subject of a possible sex shouldn't one day become priesthood for women, first Rut other bishops renewed i to the hierarchy all the way up A Jamaican prelate said his people would rather sec a nun j become a priest than see a rnar- ried man ordained or a priest Set married- HG said the church THERE'S STILL TIME TO VOTE FOR HEMBROFF, W. Vaughan X n sorted by W. Vaughan Hembroff Independent candidate for ciiy council WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS Calgary, March 6 -12, 1972 TICKETS V STILL AVAILABLE BY MAIL ORDER OVIR THE COUNTER SALES' BEGIN DECEMBER 1st raised Monday by George Ber- nard Cardinal Flahiff of Winni- peg, enlivened the synod's 13th day. Pope Paul heard the de- bate in the hall where the 209 synod delegates are meeting, but as usual he remained silent. Bishop Samuel Carter of Ja- maica said: "One half or ac- tually more than a half of man- kind and of the church are women. In the church this half is excluded from ordination. "I am willing to concede that there are perhaps very' serious cultural reasons to justify this exclusion. But f am not sure whether these reasons are as serious in all the countries in the world." to from a Belgi- an-based international group called Women and Men in the Church. "I am in favor of total equal- ity, which in time means women bishops and, why not, a woman a member of the group, Suzanne van der Mersch, told a news conference. A widowed mother of seven from Brussels, she said she was aware the Roman Catholic Church was not ready for this yet, but added: "Why rule it out for the A GIFT FOR THE PRINCESS Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord Snowdon, examine a sliver cigarette box presenied to her during her brief stopover at Toronto International Airport on her way to Winnipeg from tondon. The box was presented by the Highland Fusiliers, a Gait, Ont., regiment of which she is colonel-in-chief. The call for equal access for women In the MG TICKETS Ar-JD ENCLOSE S... o.d iocs NOT Include iwiaay SINGLE COMPETITIVE PERi-ORMANCES Tickets sold cut] Tickets Tkkcl Prke Total 5_______ I Total ENSURE PREFERRED SEATING ORDER NOW Chequci to be rr.ade payable to Calgary Exhibition and'Slempede Ltd. I____Wsi! Ihil form to: Box 1255, Calgary. Alberta. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. Wish to Thank The following people for their co-operation in making our Kapper Karnival such a suc- Royal Trust Mr. I. Kuig The College Mall Mr. A. W. Shackleford Mr. Doug Shackleford and all the public The following are the ticket winners: 3660, 1265, 2586, 857, 1132, 36B4, 809, 1819, 2684, 958, 1274, 737. 926, 1229, 883, 1746, 3816, 1345, 391. Please Contact MRS. E. ENERSON 327-2484 Albertans killed in B.C. mishap CLEARWATER. B.C. Two Alberta residents died as a result of an accident near here in which a car's body was torn from the chassis after it left Ihe highway and rolled over in a ditch. Arthur Donald Pasko, 20, of Wabamun was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash and Stuart William Hynds, 15, of Calgary died in hospital at Kamloops, 80 miles south of j here. The driver of the car was ad- j milted to hospital and a girl I was released after treatment. Their names were not released. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Million Dollar Duck'' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: "Tales of Beatrix Potter" Last complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Seven Minutes" Last Complete Show RREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN "Stage Coach" "Lady in Cement" One Complete Show Lethbridge Overture Concert Series BROIN Brilliant, dazzling, Czech folk-ensemble of 36 dancers, singers, musicians. Saturday, Nov. 6, 1971 CHITIRI APRIL! From the Soviet Union, 4 glamorous harpists, in a cascade of flowing sound. Thursday, Mar. 23, 1972 4 EXCITING EVENTS 1971-72 ALL CONCERTS IN YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE at P.M. WESTERN SAVOYARDS Canada's outstanding Gilbert and Sullivan ensemble featuring baritone Harry Mossfield Saturday, Feb. 12, 1972 TUCSON, ARIZONA BOYS' CHORUS 26 youngsters with a delightful choral programme from the classics to the present day. One of the great boys' choirs on tour today. Tuesday, April 18, 1972 MEMBERSHIP FOR THE SEASON: ONE PRICE FALL CAMPAIGN: OCT 12-16 STUDENTS AND SENIOR CITIZENS HEADQUARTERS FOR CAMPAIGN IN YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE PHONE 327-5357 Application Form: To tho Secretary, MISS JEAN RINGLAND Namn 2C Spruce Towers 820 15lh St. S., lolhbridgn No. of memberships cheque attached bill me. Full payment due by opening concert Tel..... or JOIN NOW AT LEISTER'S MUSIC STORE, downtown Boy left ivitlioul relative in Canada after air death TORONTO (CP) A six- year-old Toronto boy who watched his father die Sunday in the crash of a light aircraft is awaiting the arrival of bis grandparents who will take him back to Germany. Werner Kussmaul, 33, a pilot with 100 hours' flying ex- perience, was killed when his rented shigle-engined Cessna aircraft crashed and burned moments after take-off from a farm field near Owen Sound, about SO miles northwest of Toronto. His son Jeffrey was stand- ing less than a mile away from where the plane went down. Hurt Clemens, who was standing with the boy at the time of Ihe crash, said: "I held his hand, but he didn'l understand.1' Jeffrey saw his father's air- craft lift from the farmer's field, climb above some trees, then plunge back to the ground. Group fares offered bv CPA VANCOUVER (CP) Spe- cial group and inclusive tour fares will be introduced early next year on CP Air's Pacific routes, t h e airline announced today. CP Air said the biggest re- duction would apply to a group of 70 passengers. Such a group would be able lo fly from Van- couver to Tokyo and return for compared with the in- dividual economy fare of Fares will be effective Fob. 1, 1972, subject to government ap- proval. For smaller groups of 15 and 10 passengers, the airline said, savings on the Vancouver-To- kyo route would amount to "Daddy went up in the air- plane and isn't coming Jeffrey told a playmate Mon- day after Ihe accident. "Wben Daddy gels betler we're going to come back by never fly again.'' The child, left without a rel- ative in Canada, was staying at the home of family friends while awaiting Hie arrival of his grandparents from Ger- many. The child's parents were di- vorced when he was three months old. Soldiers appeal ease is refused WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Supreme Court declined 5 to 2 today to rule on flic legality of Unied Slates military action in Vietnam. The court made no comment in refusing to hear an appeal brought for two soldiers by the American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Civil Liber- ties Union. i One of the soldiers, Salvatore Orlando, is on duty in Vietnam. The other, jjouijii.-i is j at Fort Dix, N.J., under orders for Vietnam but seeking a hard- discharge. They challenged the government's right to send them lo war. The highest U.S. court has never agreed to hear a case that questions the constitution- ality of American military ac- tion in Southeast Asia without an explicit declaration of war by Congress. Justices William 0. Douglas and William J. Brennan voted to hear the ACLU's lawyers dis- pute the legality of the war. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and Justices Potter Stewart, Byron R. While, Thurgood Mar- shall and Harry A. Blackmum were against a hearing. T I Back by Popular Demand 4 "RON and tta OUTLAWS" 1 t t t Appearing Nightly Oct. 11-16 AT THE MINERS 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 4 ROME (neuter) Police have discovered hundreds of slolen cars being dismantled m Kill'llll nn enormous cave about five I miles south of Rome. Most ofj the cars were large, expensive KILLAM (CP) Roy Ed- models and all were being dis-. ward Anderson, 16, of killam mantled for the spare parts: died of gunshot wounds he re- they could provide, police said j ceived while hunling seven Monday. I miles southwest of here. fTV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPOUT: World Series, 5 p.m., Oil. 7. The fourth game in the World Series the first ever played at night will be telecast from Pittsburgh. POLITICS: Election Results, 8, (I, and 10 p.m., Cll. T. and 13- Coverage of the civic elections in Alberta with re- sults from Calgary, Lcthbridge, Red Deer, Medicine Hat and Edmonton. MOVIE WESTERN: "Four For Texas'', p.m., Ch.. 7. Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra as friendly enemies who both want to be gambling boss of Galveston, Texas. THURSDAY SPORT: World Series, in a.m., Cli. 7. The fifth game (if necessary) in the World Series will be telecast from Pittsburgh. If the series is completed without this game regular programming will be carried out. MOVIE WESTERN; "The Gal Who Took The 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Two bitter enemies in Arizona each seek the hand of a singer. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Rat 1 p.m. Ch. 13. The Broadway play featuring Tony Curtis and Debbie Reynolds as youngsters struggling to survive in Manhattan show busi- ness. Trimbles Programi are lilted by radio and leleviilon ttolions. Harold or Triniblei Tiro Supply. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Richard Gordon Barry HeglenrJ jack Neufcld THURSDAY k CHEC Jim Shearer Leo Dow Country Tolal Information Major News, Sport John Oliver News Rtcnard Gordon Cnecline News Stocks CJOC Jim Etliot News, Wthr, Sport World Series CBC News News and Grain ROD Ingram Show News, Wthr, Scort Prices JoTin Walker Show Phone Bill Show Jack Thys a.m. Doug World Series Matinee son Show Wayne Barry Rob Ingrar" THURSDAY Probe 1220 World it WON. THRU SAT. Don McMaster Major Sports CHEC FM -fr News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Bob Cencie Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major Sports a.m. Don McMaster WEDNESDAY NIGHT World Series As It Happens B.-03 Concern From the Capitals Five Nights a weeK Alberta Concerts CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News 8-00 World s Vancouver Chamber S World at 9 Arls This Country Orchestra World Series SSSXS1- Wlhr 2-03 Take l( From Here THURSDAY Max Ferguson Eye Opener World el 6 Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 31411th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVF.R MIIES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A REL1NE 24 monitor milei Relinc and install bonded brake linings Cfieck wheel cylinders 9 Check master cylinder, broke hose, front bearings nnd seals Repack front wheel LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} WEDNESDAY NIGHT World Series THURSDAY Sports WUBK Farm and City Movie; Namu the Roundup Singe Killer Whole Film Andy Griffith News