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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IHE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurduy, Otlobcr 21, 1971 Highway being rushed TORONTO (Cl'l A Pollu- tion Probe report released vcstcrday charges that IVe Mackenzie Highway is Iw'nfi rushed ahead regard for social anil environmental implications. It amuses tlic government of it.s own niU's by ignor- ing guidelines established for liipeline construction mul said Envivonmcnl Canada is being largely ignored. The vcpmt. by Simford Osier. Master guitarist great at 68 TUCSON. Ariz. (API Car- los Montoyo, a Spanish gj-psy who lias risen to master fla- menco guitarist, says his con- ceit loin's around the country are from over, despite his "Though I am 68 years old, T play with the fingers of a man Name Housenga FORT MACLEOD (Special! John Housenga has been named rural representative to the Fort Macleod recreational hoard. The town has applied to en- large the area so that it will include a portion of the Willow Creek MD. In past only the Town of Fort Macleod has par- ticipated in the activity. of 20." he says. "Sometimes I think I will die on stage." "There are many young gui- tarists today who ave fine tech- nical Montoya says. "They know how lo play the guitar well. But one must be able to dp more than that. "To improvise, you have to be a master of the idiom. Yen have to be a master of tech niquc. And to be a great fla menco, you have to be au art isl." Montoya, who was born in Madrid "and has been playing guitar for 60 years, says impro- visation and rapport his audience are two vital in- gredients lo liis success. "I have a great respect for my says Montoya. "I want to give them pleasure. And when they respond, it makes me play better also." full-time worker at Pollution 'robe's University of Toronto ifftcc, accuses Prime Minister rrmlcau and Jean Chretien, minister of northern develop- nenl, of "at best wishful think- and at worst, outright de celt." The report look exception (o statements that the project would not cause ecolo- gical damage. The prime minister first an- nounced the government's in- tention lo build (he l.OCCi mile highway last April. The cost of the project was set at between million and million and it is to be completed before oil or gas pipelines. "The main reason for (lie bulldozing ahead with the road is to aid and encourage tl'-o sub- sequent construction of oil or gas the report says. Laughter9 tears mark Ballard's day in court Webster named FP chairman Toronto (CP) R. Howard Webster, chairman of Toronto Globe and Mail, has been elected chairman of FP Publi- cations, succeeding the late Max Bell of Calgary Albert an, The Globe and Mail is one of eight daily newspapers in the F.P. group. Delia Reese guests on ORAL ROBERTS PRESENTS ttwiffing iesHmony b( healing, greatJwwi3 ''f v'- Tomorrow at a.m. CFCN-TV CH. 13 Also featuring NlCHARDand PATTI ROBERTS and ihe WATCH ORAL ROBERTS' NEXT PRIME-TIME ONE-HOUR SPECIAL IN EARLY DECEMBER TORONTO The sentencing Friday of linrolil Ballard, president oE Maple Leaf Gardens, who received concurrent three-year sen- tences on theft and fraud charges involving spanned a wide range of emo- tions. Proceedings started in a n e a atmosphere, with Ballard greeting friends and acquaintances as they got off the escalator at the second floor of Toronto's new court house. Grey-hn'.red court attend- ants dressed formally in black jacket and waistcoat, lost a good c'cal of their dig- nity as tiicy lugged extra chairs Courtroom Sis and hailed to people crowding into the courtroom like ush- ers at a hockey game. Defence counsel J. .1. Rob- incite was slopped in Ihe cor- ridor by another lawyer who said: "I'll he' there are more bets and pools on the out- come of this than on the Stan- ley Cup." Ballacd, was in a jovial mood at the outset, remark- ing E.S lie entered the crowded courtroom: should have Hold tickets." Refers court convened, he sat in the prisoner's dock, joking with one of the police officers who had accom- panied him. Soon after Judge Harry Deyman began proceedings, howeve-, the atmosphere of joviality turned to one of so- briety as witness after wit- ness was called to testify con- cerning Ballard's character. During the testimony. of Harry Foster, the third wit- ness, Ballard took off his horn-rimmed glasses and dabbed at his eyes with a white handkerchief. When Mr. Foster, an Oak- ville advertising executive and long-time friend, began referring to Ballard's "com- passion and courage" during his wife's illness with ter- minal cancer, the Gardens president wept openly. Things hit a lighter vein again following testimony by Jack Dennett, CFRB news- caster and Hockey Night in Canada commentator. As Mr. Dennett left Ihe stand Crown prosecutor Clay Powell stood up and said: "Mr. Dennett, I just want you lo know that I've been a fan of yours for years." Spectators chuckled again when Jim Colemaii, sports columnist with Southam News Services, was asked a question by Judge Deyman. "Mr. Coleman, I've read your column for years. Could you please tell me: Who was Wilbur Mr. Colcman replied: "Your honor, there was no such person." Mr. Coleman at one time signed off his columns by making disparaging remarks about the fictional Maloney. Tension began to build up again as the Crown and de- fence counsel made their p-c- senlcncc submissions. Mr. Uobinette asked Judge Dey- man to lake Ballard's ngc, his character and Ihe fact that lie had made full restitu- tion into consideration when deciding sentence. ONE CARD ntce 10th ANNUAL ONE CARD KCINOVISION SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 Another Giant Mailer Bingo insido each new Keinovision Kit you'll find 6 cards. The sixth one it free. Kill arriving in mail loon. Be sure you in- clude nil 8 numbers on each card (al top left and rop right of cards) together with your name and address with for each card to KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register cards by mail or drop off ul CJOC-TV THREE BLACKOUT BINGO GAMES RULES; 1. Only those cards which have been validated cue eligible. 2. will be person obtaining a blackout with ihe I cent amount of numbers called. 3. Confirmed winneri will be requ-red to maii in their winning card. 4. If there it more than one winn.jr in any one-gome money will be divided equally. 5. The decision of the committee wilt bo final. 6. Get one card FREE when you buy 3 carcft. If you were misted or wont extra cards Write to KCINOVISION Box 1490 Cards available at both Erickien'i Kentucky fried Chicken Outleli 3rd Ava., Mayor Magfath Dr .and 17 Ave. Mayor Magrath Drive. WEDNESDAY NOV. 15th STARTING AT p.m. ON CJOC-TV-CHANNEL 7 TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY Sl'OKT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m. Ch. 7. The Vancouver Can- ucks face-off in Montreal against the Canadicois. COMEDY: Bridget Loves Bemic, 7 p.m., Ch. 33. Two extra beds appear in the apartment and Bridget and Bernia are trying to refuse the gift from their parents. SPECIAL: David Frost Anniversary, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. It's (he GOOth edition of his show and will feature the highlights and many of the cclbrities who have appeared. MOVIE COMEDY: "They Slight Be 9 p.m.p Cli. 13. The story of a man who thinks he's Sherlock Holmes and searches Manhattan for his archenemy. SPECIAL: "How To Ilamlle 10 p.m., Ch. 11. Dianali Shore presents a light-hearted salute to women with notable stars as her guests. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 13. An exciting account of an expedition by Allied troops to destroy a Naxi fuel depot. MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Ch. 7. A sophis- ticated story of extra-marital love in San Francisco. SUNDAY SPORT: World Series, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. The seventh game if necessary, of the series will be telecast from Cincinnati. SPORT: NFL Football. 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Cleveland Browns meet the Oilers in Houston. SPORT: CFL Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The Saskatchewan Roughriders meet the Eskimos in Edmonton. SPORT: Horse Racing, p.m., Ch. 13. The Canadian International Championship Stakes from Woodbine Race Track. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cli. 13. Plant and animal life along Canada's Pacific coast. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. First of a three- part stiiy as rival aeronauts perfect use of balloons as spy platforms during the Civil War. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. Pete tries to help a once-blind girl adjust to the world after her vision was restored but he's being stalked by a killer. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Nick receives a bottle of Greek wine from a secret admirer and Jesse faces the problem of a drunken sailor. COMDEY DRAMA: Anna and the King, p.m., Ch. 7. A bicycle from America comes near conquering the King as his royal dignity is in for a bruising. HISTORICAL: The Brilish Empire, p.m., Ch. 13. "All Frontier and Nothing Else" is a history of early Can- ada, shot almost entirely on location. VARIETY: Julie Andrews, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Diahann Car- roll, Phyllis Diller and Julie salute women song-writers and singers. DRAMA: Sunday At Nine, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A taut drama about the discovery of insulin. CRIME DRAMA: Mannlx, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Under-cover work for Mannix as he infiltrates a New Orleans crime ring to protect an informer and revenge a murdered fiend. INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin. 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Merv salutes the big bands with guest Freddy Martin, Mark West- colt, Bobby Vinton, Joe Flynn, Frankie Carle and Bob Cros- by. MOVIE COMEDY: "Goodbye, a.m.. Ch. 7. A woman-chasing playboy is shot by an irate husband and js reincarnated as a beautiful MONDAY MOVIE TRILLER: "The Old Stan Who Cried 1 p.m.. Ch. 13. An old man is unable to convince anyone that he witnessed the brutal murder of his best friend. Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country 1000 CASH Pi.AY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBxoRNAus PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first card with oil numbers covered (blackout) receive llio nrond priie In the case of moro thap one black the wmnen may "play- off" or split Ihe THE BONUS PRIZE for the first "L" Down the "E" row and across the bottom for iSa first "X" From corner lo corner through Ihe centra for Ihe first "H" Down the "B" row, down iha "O" row and aerosi ihe cenlre for the fint all numbers filled down Ihe "B" row, down the "O" row, across Iho lop row, acrosi tho bottom row Tlio bonus prizes will owordcd lo Ihn first correc.1 coeds atcording to I ho rolalion of numbers called in Ihe case of ties, prizes will bo split. Bonuj prize win- ners will havo Iricir cards refunded to them to conlinue playing for the block out bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Gel yaurt now and wi one or more prize) Here are tho numbers to dale: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-40, G-54, B-8. THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: B-10, B-2, O-68, O-74, N-31, O-71, G-55, G-58. Addilional plus all numberi already called will bs publiihed every Saturday in Ihe lethhridgft Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phona 327-8670 immediately PROCEEDS IIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! ire listed by radio and televtilon ilotioni. Any variation in program schedule li due to lost- minute changes by the stations and Is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and CHEC Morley McGill and AHon Boll: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Rememben Sunday Mornings Leo Dow Jofin Oliver Farm News Prkei UW Grain Prices SATURDAY Jack NeuTeJd Paul Tessier Dave King Paul MONDAY Bury! 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Sporli Identities Symphony Hall CBC Slags Disllnguished Ivan Romanoff Music The Beatles Remember When Cross Check Up NHL Salon Celebralion Mafar Progression Sound of Spcrt SUNDAY Sunday Thearrt Morning Concert GUmour's Albums Children's Stories Showcase "72 Sunday Morning 11-03 Collage Sunday Magazine [Jews with Spcrfi Sunday Supplemenl WBX Worn a WOK DAY Eye Opener World at B Calgary Opener This Counlry lime Signal Radio Noon SlKkoiarfcet Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run 5: DO News BBC News Free Tfme Politic. World at six Sea it If5 new ANGLO CRT 150 SONY 13 BAND RECEIVER marine, shortwave, medium and long wave. Operates on houso current, "D" baHeriei and boot bollery. Rotary slide rule dial. 45MH2 26.1, MHZ in 9 bands. Weight 16 Ibs. 5 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stctea ana fnotoplapnic 419 5th ST. S. 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