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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ClarU: Education Plan Here To Stay PEACE RIVER (CP) - Centralization in school affairs is here to stay, Education Minister Robert Clark told a delegation from Rycroft. The delegation, led by Anne Kindergarten COALDALE (HNS) - Town council has given its blessing to the application by Mrs-Eileen Fournier to operate a kindergarten a^ the Coaldale United Church Hall. It will be held three days a week with one morning and one afternoon class each day. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridge Hemmingway, wants a small local school board to administer the school affairs of the Rycroft district, 90 miles southwest of this northwestern Alberta centre. The group wants to retain a high school at Rycroft rather than have children taken by bus to schools in Spirit River, about 10 miles away. Mr. Clark, told the delegation he would consider a proposal for a local three-m>an elected school board to administer Rycroft school affairs exclusive of the already-established Spirit River School Division. "However, I would be surprised to find my s e 1 f in the position of supporting such a pilot project." ROBERT CLARK SEPARATE STATE Kentucky, which was once part of Virginia, became a separate state in 1792. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES; "v CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID"-In color. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Red-ford. Saturday, October 17 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. Admission: Adults $1.50; Students $1.25. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "THE LION IN WINTER" - In color. Starring Peter O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn. Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Saturday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Sunday show at 7:30 p.m. Adult - Not Suitabb for Children. MILK RIVER - Sunland Theatre "THE UNDEFEATED" - In color. S:arr:i>g John Wayne, Rock Hudson and Tony Aguilar. Saturdcy, Octobsr 17 show at 8:30 p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE - Cinema Tl -are "THE STALKING MOON" - In color. Starring Gregory Peck and Eva Marie Saint. Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Shows each night at 8:00 p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE" - In Technicolor. Starring Ssan Connery and Janet Munro. Saturday, October 17 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Family. TABER - Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "PETER PAN" - In Technicolor. Saturday, October 17 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Family. Children 50c Anytime. Get more out of life - Take the family to a movie WESTINGH0USE SUBURBAN 22" Instant-On Color Immediate sound; Picture in 6 seconds. Equipped to receive VHF and UHF Channels. LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY $19 PER MONTH NO PAYMENTS TILL JANUARY Police Slayer Loses Appeal WINNIPEG (CP) - An application for leave to appeal by Clifford Wickett Lurvey, a Vancouver man sentenced to be hanged for the capital murder of a St. Boniface policeman last year, has been turned down by the Supreme Court of Canada. Lurvey, 53, whose fate now rests in the hands of the federal cabinet, has been sentenced to be hanged Jan. 7 at Headingley Jail near here. He was convicted March 12 of shooting Constable Leonard Shakespeare during a grocery store holdup in St. Boniface. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Special Matinee "My Side of the Mountain" One Complete Show - 2:15 Short Subjects - 4:45, 6:50, 9:10 "El Condor" 5:10, 7:30, 9:50 Last Complete Show - 9:10 PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:15. 9:20 "The Virgin and the Gypsy" . 7:50, 10:00 Last Complete Show - 9:20 COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects - 7:10, 9:10 "Up in the Cellar" 7:40. 9:45 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Sunday Short Subjects - 2:15, 8:i5 "Up in the Cellar" 2:45, 8:45 Last Complete Show - 8:15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "True Grit" 7:30 "Out Of Towners" 10:00 One Complete Show - 7:30 Strom Soon To Outline Alberta Govt. Goals PHILIPS COLOR TV lArtf'C RADIO ft TV JMlll J 302 13th St. N. EDMONTON (CP) - An outline of the general programs which will indicate the objectives of Alberta's Social Credit government during the next year will be announced next week by Premier Harry Strom. This was revealed Friday by A. R. Patrick, mines and minerals minister, during a break in a day-long caucus meeting attended by 54 of the governments 55 members in the 65-seat legislature. Mr. Patrick said the premier would outline the programs worked on by the cabinet during the summer and "we can make no further comment at this time." The premier outlined to the caucus the progress made in many areas and now ready for legislation, Mr. Patrick said. BACKS OTTAWA Mr. Patrick, acting as spokesman for the caucus' annual fall meeting, said Mr. Strom also "put into perspective the shocking situation which culminated with the imposition of the War Measures act." He said the caucus stood solidly behind the premier's support of the federal govern- 105-Year-Old Stockyards Will Close CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago's Union Stockyards, the once-bustling maze of pens that gave the city its title of "Hog Butcher for the World," will stop handling farm animals, Feb. 1 after 105 years of operation. In May it ceased hog trading because of a continuing decline in volume. The steady drop in cattle receipts moved the company to announce it will discontinue those operations early next spring. Sheep receipts have been nominal in recent years, so sheep handling will be dropped also. NEW DEAL Rumors that the yards would close and be developed as real estate have been circulating since hog marketing stopped. The report became official with a statement from Charles S. Potter, president of the Union Stock Yard and Transit Co. of Chicago. To permit feeders, selling agencies and buyers to effect an orderly transition, the company has decided to continue operating the cattle division until Feb. 1, Potter said. Regional markets have grown steadily outside Chicago as the big packers have decentralized their operations. ment's action and called on all citizens to accept the responsibility to ensure the rule of law and order to enable people to live in peace. Mr. Strom also outlined the acceleration of security measures in Alberta, "but we can't enumerate the exact steps taken," the mines minister said. "We concur with the actions of the federal goverment and the steps they are taking and believe it is in the interest of all Canada," Mr. Patrick said. "This is one of the most serious situations Canada has ever faced." Mr. Strom alss reviewed the provincial economy and the caucus was told unemployment in Alberta now was 2.9 per cent of the labor force compared with 6.9 per cent nationally. R. H. Weibe, MLA for Peace River, said pollution control is "one of the more critical things we will have to do a lot more talking about." "We have to decide the relationship between' natural resource development and environmental control. The caucus spokesman said there was no discussion on an additional causcus meeting being held in November after the party's annual meeting. Ministers also discussed legislation proposed for the 1971 session of the legislature, Mr. Patrick said. Asked if a provincial election was discussed, Mr. Patrick said the premier had mentioned four possible times in a passing reference. "He said it could be this fall, next spring, next fall or the spring of 1972," Mr. Patrick said. "These were only mentioned as choices, there are more important matters to discuss right now." Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town & Country $1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4EXIRA BONUS PRIZES $50 CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE $1,000 PRIZE- The first card with all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of $1000. In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "payoff" or split the prize. THE $50 BONUS PRIZE-  $50 For The First "H" Down the "B" row, down the "O" row and across the centre.  $50 For The First "Square" - all numbers filled down the "B" row, down the "O" row, across the top row and across the bottom row. The bonus prizes will be awarded to the first correct cards according to the rotation of numbers called. In the cose of ties, prizes will be split. Bonus prize winners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the $1000 blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY $1 EACH &r^pria�wta Here are the Numbers to Date: N-33, 1-26, G-57, N-36, 0-71, G-58, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, 0-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, 0-65, C-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-56, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, 0-62. B-9, N-35, 0-72, B-'l, G-55, B-IO, O-70, N-41. B-ll, B-2, 0-69, 1-21, G-50, G-47, B-6, B-5 THIS WEEKS NUMBERS: 0-64, N-45, 1-24, 1-29, N-38, 0-68, N-32. Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will be published every Saturday in the Lethbridge Herald. "X" WINNER -Ron Romanehuk, 1222 - 10 Avenue N., lethbridge "L" WINNERS: Josephine Mills, Blairmore, Alberta and Mrs. Lucille Kolesar, 538 12 Street 'C N., Lethbridge. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 Days or 327-4801 after 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS PREMIER'S BODYGUARD - Premier W.A.C. Bennett leaves Parliament Buildings in Victoria accompanied by Deputy Provincial Secretary L.J. Wallace (right) and a bodyguard of two plainclothes RCMP officers. Honorary Degree For Thorssen CALGARY (CP) - LeRoy Allan Thorssen, chairman of the Alberta Universities Commission, will be awarded1 an honorary doctoral degree at the University of Calgary fall convocation Wednesday. The honorary degree to the former head of the university's board of governors will be in addition to the 351 graduate and undergraduate degrees presented. IN CALGARY STAY AT THI ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCE I 9 45 Modern and Deluxe Units - Bridal Suite 0 Free TV and Ice  Dial Phones in all units 0 Minutes from Downtown-Shopping Centre-Stampede Grounds 0 Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL MINUS ONE CLUB SOCIAL EVENING MONDAY, OCT. 19-8:00 p.m. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH UPPER HALL 12 games of Bingo will be played - 1 Blackout game Southminster Junior Girls' Choir Present . . . 'THE IDEA' An English Comedy By GUSTAV HOLST An Operetta with a Cast of 40 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE SATURDAY MATINEE, Oct. 24-2:30 p.m Adults $1.00 - Children and Students 50c (Grade XII and Under) SUNDAY EVENING, OCT. 25 - 7:30 p.m ALL SEATS $1.00 Tickets Available at Leister's and from choir members. Public Reception to Follow Sunday Night Performance Saturday, October 17, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 7 Newsprint is Canada's leading Sadat Declared President Of Egypt CAIRO (AP) - Arwar Sadat Friday was formally proclaimed president of Egypt for the next six years after receiving a 90.4 per cent cent "yes" vote in the national referendum Thursday. Sadat, 51, and Egypts acting president since the death of Gamal Abdel Nasser Sept. 28, got 6,432,587 yes votes to 711,252 nos, Interior Minister Sharawi Gctmaa told a news conference. Gomaa said 85 per cent of the eligible voters turned out. Sedat's election by an over whelming majority was assured by an intensive nationwide campaign on his behalf by other leaders and Egypt's controlled press and radio. There was no other candidate. Learn To Dance The Proper Way!  Learn from Specialists  Guaranteed Instruction PHONE 328-9332 Monte Carlo export. Allied Arts Council Presents . . . RACHEL BROWNE Yates Memorial Centre TUESDAY Oct. 27th 8:30 P.M. Tickets at LEISTER'S Adults ...... S2[50 All Students . . $.150 rows htura FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRES The strangesMrio ever to track a killer FAMILY JOHN WAYNE GLEN CAMPBELL KIM DARBY HALWALLI5' I SECOND FEATURE Another outrageous comedy from the tulhorot Barefoot in the Park* ind "The Odd Coupler JACKLEMMOH SANDY DENNIS > Alt* SIMM STORT THEOUT-OF-TOWNERS COLOR" GATES AT 7:00 P.M. SHOW AT 7:30P.M. TONIGHT and SUNDAY GREEN ACRES DRIVf IN JUNCTION OF MAY11H MAI,MAIM COUTTS MU'.HWAY - ,V.'J 1100 2 Shows Sunday Matinee 2:15 Evening 8:15 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT GUESS WHAT COLIN SLADE HAS GOING FOR HIM... COLOR �V MOVieUM� ax american ww* WES STERN JOAN COLUNS COLLEGE CINEMA CULL IGl MAi I  .i?B 630U ACHE S Of F HE t PARKING LARRY MGMAN SHOWING TODAY and SUNDAY MATINEE MONDAY 2:15 P.M. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS I LEE BMUin junn cleef IN EL COnDOR PATRICK 0'IIEflL TECHMICCtOR' SI PARAMOUNT 4th AVE & 8th ST  327 5)00 RESTRICTED ADULT SHOWING TODAY thru TUES. "AN IMMENSELY ROMANTIC MOVIE WITH STYLE AND CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE. 'The Virgin And The Gypsy' is satisfying because it realizes itS goals!" -Vincent Canby, HI. Tim* "A BEAUTIFUL AND ENGROSSING FILM. NOTHING SHORT OF MASTERLY. PURE PLEASURE." -/utfth Cn'st, M<* York MagulM GDFR.GLawiSticds THE VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT 4th AVE & 8th ST . W/ bUM TONIGHT thru TUES. At 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. ;