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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta thuridoy, September 1, 1971 TKt ItTHBRIDGt HERALD f Mission to Peking TOKYO (Router) A 12-man business mission of the Toyota Motor Co. group, Japan's big- gest car manufacturer, left Tokyo for China Thursday to promote friendly relations and teclinical exchanges. The mis- sion will stay in China for about two weeks. HAISE SALARIES PARTS (AP) The French government decided Wednesday to raise the salaries of all its civil and military employees by 2.11 per cent starting Oct. 1. The raise brought to six per cent the total increase in government workers' pay since the begin- ning of Hie year, virtually the same as the rate of increase in the cost of living in France. Parks and Recreation Department City of Lethbridge Public Swimming and Skating Schedule Thursday, Sept. 9 Monday, Sept. 13 LIONS POOL-Closed For The Season HENDERSON POOL-Closed For The Season FRITZ SICK-Re-Opemng Saturday, Sept. 11 Saturday, Sept. 11- Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, Sept. Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Monday, Sept. NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS ICE CENTRE-Re-Opening Saturday, Sept, 11 Salurday, Sept. 11 Public Skoling p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 Public Skaling p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GIANT" In color Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Hock Hudson and James Dean. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 9, 10 and 11 Thursday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE DESERTER" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Crenna, Chuck Connors and Ricardo Montalban. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, September 9, 10 and 11. Thurs- day show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE AR1STOCATS" In Technicolor. A wonderful new cartoon feature. Thursday, Friday and Salurday, September 9, 10 and Jl. Thursday show at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln Thursday, September 9 is Bargain Night SI.50 per car. "THE NAKED PREY" In color starring Cornell Wilde. Thursday show starts at p.m. Adult TABER Tower Theatre "THERE WAS A CROOKED HAN" In color. Stan-ing Kirn Douglas and Henry Fonda. Thursday and Friday, September 9 and 10. Thursday shows at and 9-00 p.m. Restricted Adult. William I'. Bunily, a former undersecretary of stale, says the United Stales' new eco- nomic measures could be a "dynamite" abroad if Canada is typical. In a column in Newsweek magazine, Bundy says that President Nixon's economic program, which includes a 10- per-cent additional levy on du- tiable imports, "looks like ex- porting real political trouble to the north." A rare skin disease, cased only when the body is wrapped in white silk cloth, has claim- ed Uie lile of a three-monlh-old Lewiston, Idaho, boy. Travis McFall, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. McFall, was buried here, one week after be- ing given a blood transfusion in a Seattle hospital for epide- molysis bullosa dystrophica. Doctors told the family that only five cases of the disease have been reported in the Uni- ted States in the last 100 years. Shortly after the infant was bom June 9 in a Lewiston hos- pital, doctors discovered he had the incurable skin disease. Atlorney General Leonard Pace of Nova Scotia, slopped by the RCMP at Broadway, N.S was fined S29 after plead- ing guilty Tuesday to a charge of speeding. The attorney general's driv- ers' licence was suspended for seven days. from wliich is to be divided be- tween British and United States foundations promoting the pro- posed new alphabet. It was invented by Sir James Pitman, publisher and educa- tionist and grandson of the ori- ginator of Uie shorthand sys- tem bearing his name. A 24-year-old Portuguese ar- rived here last month ami was deported immediately be- cause she arrived in Toronto via the United States. Laura da Costa flew from Santa Maria in the Portuguese island chain lo Toronto, via Boston. She told immigration authori- ties at. Toronto International Airport that she had arrived to visit her husband, who is ap- pealing a deportation order. However, immigration au- thorities said they thought she was coming lo stay, lo apply later for landed immigrant status, and therefore was not a bona fide visitor. Mrs. da Cnsla had a visa allowing her to enter Ihe U.S. n transit lo CanaJa. Thumb taxi helps young hitchikers SliCOM) LARGEST Bui- j Plovdiv is thi second largesl giiria, has a population of about city in Ui'Jgaria will] a popula- TIIE CAPITAL Sophia, the capital jiria, has one million. Plan China visit ADDIS ABABA (Hcuter) Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia will make a slate visil to China Ocl. 6-12 at the invita- tion ol the Peking government, it was announced Wednesday. TO PROVIDE AID A British foundation will TOKYO (AP) China has! ceive about a year toward popularizing the "initial leaching alphabet" un- der the will of Toronto mil- lionaire Eugene Kelly. A retired Coca Cola execu- tive, Kelly left about SO mil- lion, the investment income 7th Annual Rotary HORSE SHOW Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion and and Reserved Seals 2.00, 2.50 Rush 1.50. Matinee Sat. 1.00 September Special! GROUP INTRODUCTION to DANCE PROGRAM Yes! Now you can learn the dances you've always wanted to but couldn't buy the month ONLY 10 .00 PER PERSON 9 Expert instruction in all the ballroom dances! Weekly classes in our air-conditioned ballroom! Latest professional teaching methods! Guaranteed certified instruction! Plenly of free parking! Learn the waltz, fox trot, polka or Latins! Hours: 10 a.m. -10 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 1-6 p.m.! Hove a happier through dancing! Put some Life in your Life! Become ihc NEW YOU Enroll Today! PHONE 327-1442 NO CONTRACTS riot-tie eJDancc No. 201 535 13th St. N. Lethbridge, Alberta OFFER EXPIRES SEPT. 30th agreed to provide North Korea wilh an undisclosed amounl of free military aid, Peking's New China news agency reported Wednesday. In a broadcast monitored in Tokyo, the agency said Huang Yung-sheng, chief of general staff of the Chinese army, and his North Korean counterpart, Gen. 0. Jin U, signed the aid agreement Mon- day in Peking. PALO.S VEHDIiS PENIN- SULA, Calif. (AP) In this affluent Los Angeles suburb Lhe 11! e n -a g i! hitchhlker'n thumb never fail.1. In fact, a teen-ager can lele- phonc for his free ride and Ihe Thumb Taxi Mill be on the way. The idea came from a civic commiUec appointed by the school board to find solutions to problems bugging teen- agers and their parents. "We found that leen-agers fight with their parents in Lhe summertime and we knew thai there is no public trans- portation on the said Lhe committee chairman, Marvin Poer. "Then we fitted the two to- gether and came up with the idea that one of the reasons why kids fight with their par- ents is over use of the car." The idea for a free taxi serv- ice for Ihe town's kids was born, but the committee couldn't find any cars. OFFERS CA11S Then the head of a local se- curity company heard about the plan. His cars operale mostly at night. He offered the use of some off-duty cars during the daytime. The com- pany pays for gas and mainle- nance and teen-age volun- teers, most of them girls, do the driving in three-hour shifts. The cars have been carry- ing 300 to COO young people six days a week since the end of July, and Lhe service may continue on Saturdays after school opens. "The response has been un- says Poer, "espe- cially from the teen-agers themselves." Young volunleers man an answering service and relay requests by radio to Lhe cars. The cars don't stop in front of a customer's house or take LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and I3th ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "Anything Goes" FRIDAY "Black Light" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 4 4 REEN PHONE fen 11ft III EN ACRES UKIVt-IN TONIGHT, FRI. and SAT. THE BATTLE OF THE BUTT! THE CHALLENGE Every man, woman, and child to quit smoking for 30 days... for your country, for your honor, for THE FIRST TIME" COLOR- JACQUEUNE BISSET him exactly uhcrc lie uanl.s to go, 1ml they ply established, routes. Unions oppose entry BLACKPOOL, England (AP) Britain's labor unions re- jected today British enlry into Ihe European Common Market on present terms and demanded a general election before any decision is taken. Delegates to the annual con- vention of the Trades Union Congress, representing 10-rnil- lion workers, over- whelmingly approved a no-entry resolution. TUG Secretary-General Vic Feather accused the Conserva- tive government of surrendering j to French demands on the Com-' mon Market. Feather said subscribing to Common Market agricultural policy would add a further re- strictionist element to world trade, put up barriers to coun- tries such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand and abandon a cheap-food policy for the Brit- ish housewife. Tli3 TUC decision was seen as a major boost Lo the opposition Labor parly, which traditionally draws on union support, and has taken the same stance of no-en- try on present terms. Moving the anti-Market reso- lution, Jack Jones, leader of the j giant Transport and General j Workers Union, said Prime Minister Edward Heath's gov- ernment had no mandate to take Britain into Europe be- cause it took power after a gen- eral election which hardly men- tioned Common Market issues. DISLIKED NOISE PESABO, Italy (AP) Po- lice investigating tire disappear- ance of numerous motorcycles reported they detained a youth of 10 who said he had been dumping the machines in the harbor because he couldn't Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Joe" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Who is Harry Kellcrman" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Lasl Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN "First Time" "Cold Turkey" One Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS MODULAR JACK'S DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. KIDDIES SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE Doors open at p.m. One complete show at p.m. ON THE SCREEN BIG FEATURES 2 'CHALLENGE OF ROBIN HOOD" In color wilh Barry Ingram HIT NO. 2 "FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE" In color with Rex Allen All seats this show 50c NOW SHOWING nt and p.m. I'm foe "Joe" everfbodfs talking about. RESTRICTED ADULT JOE'PULLS NO PUNCHES. IT'S NEVER BEEN SERVED UP ON FILM THIS HOTI" -Archer Winslon, N.Y. POST "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDE'l" -TIME, JULY Nole Of This Diologue Mny Be Objoclionable Tonight thru Sat. at and p.m. Yes, This is Ihe picture everyone is talking aboul Have you seen it yet? When you do, you will never forget it it's great! We Can't Hold It Much Longer So Hurry and See It Just a person who protects children and 1 other living things BILLY JACK LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR RESTRICTED ADULT STARTS TOMORROW li 2 DELUXE SHOWS 2 at and p.m. "Making unlike a flock of phonies, possesses a sense of truth. It's the most meaningful film about growing up since 'The Grad- uate'. He's the ail-American, Mod, liberated Boy Personified." RESTRICTED ADULT making ft' sli'rinn KRISTOFFER MJRLYN MASON ROB BALABAN and JOYCE VAN PATTEN as DEFINITELY ENDS TONIGHT "Who Is Harry Kellerman" In Color with Dustin Hoffman MUSIC LESSONS PHONE ACCORDION GUITAR ORGAN PIANO DRUMS PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 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