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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAU) Saturday, Septsmbir 6, 1972 pccial rights for fishing REYKJAVIK giuni and Iceland signed an agreement here giving Bel- gium special rights to fish in- side the contested 5-mile Ice- landic (ishing limit. Foreign Minister E I n a r Agnstsson said after the sign- ing that Belgium's agreement to follow Icelandic laws relat- ing to fishing conditions amount- ed to recognition of the extend- ed limits, now subject of a cod war between Iceland, Britain and West Germany. OPEN 2 p.m.-3 a.m. DAILY Arf Gallery Featuring Local Artists Main Floor Restaurant Down Under Games Room City of 1 Place To Go For Everyone 306 13th St. N. The University of Lethbridge CONCERT SERIES A RECITAL by THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PIANO QUARTET ROBERT ROGERS, piano JOHN LOBAN, violin HANS-KARl PIUZ, EUGENE WILSON, cello Yates Memorial Centre, Lethbridge Wednesday, September 20, 1972 p.m. TICKETS: Leister's Music Limited Switchboard Operator, University cF Lethbridge Yates Centre {immediately prior lo performance) Adults 52.CO Students 506 TV HIGHLIGHTS SATUKDAY SPOUT: CFL Koolball, 6 p.m., Cli. 7. The Montreal Alouettcs meet the Rougli Riders in Ottawa. SPOUT: Summer Olympics, 6 p.m., Cli. 11. Time ap- proximate for events at Munich. SPECIAL: Miss America Pageant. 8 p.m., Ch. S, The 52nd Miss America Pageant, live from Atlantic City. VARIETY: Tommy iianks Show, p.m. Cli. 7. Rompin1 Ronnie Hawkins reminisces about his early career. CRIME DRAMA: "A Lovely Way To 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Kirk Douglas as a tough police detective wlio quits to be- come a bodyguard lo a beauty on trial for murder. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Fugitive 12 midnight, CK. 7. Film about a thriller who stirs up controversy in a small MLssissippi town. Quebec NDPers ponders position MONTREAL (CP) While federal Politicians were mus- tering their forces for tlie Oct. 30, federal election the Quebec wing of the New Democratic Party is meeting to decide where it stands on Canada. The two-day meeting started AN INVITATION from THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE to the People of lethbrTdge and Southern Alberta INTERNATIONAL WEEK VISIT YOUR UNIVERSITY September 11 17 and attend these special events: EXHIBITIONS An elh no-cultural art exhibition from Sep- tember 11 to 16 will be held in ihe new gymnasium of ihe University of lelhbridge. Displays of orls end handicrafts will be held lo increase awareness of mulliculturalism and Jo promote a better understanding of the cultural heritage of each ethnic group. LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS FOIK FESTIVAL International pageantry of folk festival dance, music and song, Featuring folk dances and songi of Japan, Philippines, the Ukraine, Scotland, Irish, Spanish, Germany, Israel, Romania, Sweden and many others. These performers hove performed with the Folk Arts Council in Ottawa, Toronto and in Tunisia repre- senting Canada at Ihe Internaliona! Folklore Festival. A num- ber of them ore also holders of many championship medals and trophies ond have been performing for niany years, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2 4 P.M. These events are sponsored by ihe Lethbridge end Alberla Folk Councils in cooperalion with the University or lelhbridge and supported by the Deportment of the Secretary of State wilh a grant under Ihe government's multi- culturallsm program. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED (For further information, call 328-6255) ETHNIC FASHION SHOW WATCH THE JOAN WATERFIELD SHOW ON T.V. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11th AT night. It called iree weeks ago to settle the de- ate over its program wiiich as been repudiated in part by he rest of the federal NDP. The program, issued in June y the NDP-Quebec executive, ays that Quebecers alone houid have the right to decide their future Con- ederation. It echoes stands taken by Quebec groups as disparate as he Quebec Federation of Labor ind the St. Jean Baptiste .ociety. The program also says "un- der federalism, (lie central gov- ernment has no other powers 'ban those that are delegated )y the different parts that make up the country." WANTS ONE VOICE David Lewis, federal NDP leader said he could not accept "so narrow and so dis- membered an idea of feder- alism" and added; "I want to make clear from thp start that my party and I are determined to resist every attempt to break up this coun- try. "I am determined that the NDP speak with, one Mr. Lewis said. "Therefore, I cannot permit the Quebec program lo be launched without making very clear the party's repudiation of those sections which are clearly contrary to the policies of our party." He declined to say what the party's reaction would be to candidates in a federal election who supported the position of the Quebec executive. A meeting of the party's 125- member national council would be held to make that decision. CAN REFUSE BACKING Tho party's national secre- tary, Clifford Scotton, said party rule.V empower the coun- cil to refuse backing in certain cases. Raymond Laliberte, Quebec NDP president, said when the program was sanouncetl that his group had not rejected fed- eralism. The program was de- signed to capture the votes of "both federalists and separa- tists." It also claimed that the NDP is the only party commlted to establishing democratic struc- tures to negotiate guarantees for Quebec independence while maintaining the tighest pos- sible links win. Canada. Federal NDP leaders tried to delay publication of tha plat- form with last-minute dis- cussions but when these efforts proved fruitless some appeared to write off any NDP ac- tion in Quebec during the cur- Tent election campaign. "We didn't have any hope in Quebec said one but so long as we had or- ganization and kept trying we were at least a truly national party." MOVIE "Bridge on Ihe Rivet 12 mid- nighl, Cli. J3. World War II drama about British prisoners of war ui a Japanese prison camp. SUNDAY SPORT: Tennis, Ch. S. Final round in men's action in tlie U.S. Open championships from Forest Hills, N.Y. SPOUT: CFL 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The Calgary Slam- peders meet the Eskimos in Edmonton. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Pill p.m., Ch. 13. The story about a pill tltat gives meek Stanley Beamish superhuman powers. FAMILY: World of Disney, C Ch. 7. A battle with river pirates in the 1955 sequel to last week's show. VAIUETY: Liza With a 7 p.m. Ch. 9. Liza Minnelll in concert in a one-woman feature. SPECIAL: 5th Dimension, p.m., Cli. 13. An hour (he music group, Dionne Warwicke, The Carpenters nnd Merle Haggard. SPECIAL: Salute to Television's 25th Anniversary, p.m., Ch. II. Ninety minutes of memories on television with film clips nnd a host of celebrities. VARIETY: "Julie Andrews 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The debut of a new variety series with a reprise of Julie's famous roles. COMEDY: Wayne nnd Sinister, 9 p.m. Cli. 7. The comics open the new season with an hour of hijinks in their first special. DOCUMENTARY: India, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The contrasting faces of India featuring ancient cultures and present-day problems. HISTORICAL: Tenth Decade, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A review of Diefenhaker's years ns Prime Minister of Canada. Invest in Self Defence It may save your life! CRR KARATE STUDIOS 258A-13th STREET N., LETHBRIDGE Phon' 328-1241 for personal Interview LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL LIBERAL NOMINATION CONVENTION CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Young voters support Liberals OTTAWA (CP) After visits to about 100 ridings across Can- ada, members of the Liberal first-time voter committee be- lieve the government will re- ceive majority support from young voters. There are 2.8 million first- time voters for the Oct. 30 fed- eral general election. This rep- resents more than 20 per cent of the electorate. Since the 1968 election, the voting age has been reduced to 18. Kathy Robinson of Toronto, national head of the committee, said today she felt Hie election campaign will be more serious than that of 1968 when Trudeau- mania swept the country. Young people arc viewing politics in a new light, she said, and are getting involved in work such as organization of polls, canvassing, putting up lawn signs, and other activities. Mr. Robinson said the first- time voters could well decide the results in many ridings. LETHBRIDGE MONDAY, SEPT. llth 8.30 p.m. HONOR ANGELA DAVIS MOSCOW (Reuter) Black militant Angela Davis was made an honorary profesor of Moscow University Thursday. I The University of Lethbridge Department of Music INTERESTED CHORAL SINGERS are invited fo apply for membership in THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR [Conductor IUCIEN NEEDHAM) (Accompanist LOUISE CHAPMAN) Weekly Rehearsals: Assumption School Auditorium, 14th Avenue ond 24lh Street South Tuesdays, p.m. Commencing September 12 Applkat'on, with note of experience, lo- PROFESSOR NEEDHAM DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDSE IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA (329-3338) HON. BUD OtSON HON. OHO LANG SPONSORED BY LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION GUEST SPEAKERS HON. OTTO LANG Minister of Justice and Minister in charge of Wheat Board. HON. BUD OlSON Minister of Agriculture. PUBLIC INVITED! .P.O. ELKS 44fh ANNUAL FRI. and SAT., SEPT. 15 and 16 ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE S GRAND PRIZE 5000 GASH 2nd PRIZE CASH COMMENCING EACH NIGHT AT 8 P.M. TICKETS: S1.00 EACH LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB ART CLASSES COMMENCE FOR THE FALL SEASON TUBS., Sept ]91h Mrs. Pat Holland, Supervisor Wed., Sept 201h (afternoon class) Mrs. Calhy Evans, Svpervisior Fri., Sapl. 22nd Mrs. Calhy Evins, Supervisor EVENING CUSSES P.M. 12 Weeks before Christmas ond 12 Weeks Afler Cost far th ond light- weight jusl over 2 pounds. Fea- tures: automatic shut-off mechanism In forward1 and mode; pause switch; servo controlled motorj 3 digit tape counter; lockable rewind hulton; cue operation for quick Tndenlificalion on any point of the tape; swing bafance mechanism for constant tape speed; AC or DC (AC cord optranal extra) batteriei and carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Centel 419 5lh St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cahlevision Ch. 6) SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny tc) CFL Tommy Banks One Morfr Update Under Attack News 11-15 Teleprobe 7 Arnold Palmer Movie: The Fugitive Kind SUNDAY Hour Crtssroarls Nlven Miller FaI1h for Today Wildlife Unlimited Ruiter Keaton Rides Again World Tomorrovi' Man Alive News and Sunday Summer Olympics Country Canada Music to See Odd Couple Dfsntytand The Rovers Bless this Housi Julie Andrev.i Sunday af Ulno Tenth Decada News Teleprobe 7 PuckeM's General Store tc) WO HOAY Farm FaeH Pinocchlo (c) Wizard of Ol Super Heroes Oressup Friendly Giant Id Ciiei Helen Joafi Walcrfleld Owing Olympic Ceremonies Klara'5 Korrer Hollywood Ed Allan Pink Panther Edge ol Niqnt (c) Family Court Drop rn Lets Make Deal Tclcprobe 7 CFCN-TV Uthbrldge Channel 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Oil Report Kingo Dingo Like Young (e> Rollln' on Ihe River MovJe: A Lovely Die Mews News Don Movie: Bridge en Ihe River Kwal SUNDAY Thought (or Day House of Frighlerv- sleln (c) 9: CO Bobby Day or Discovery Oral Roberts Rural Report Sporjs Digest Rex HumbarrJ tc) Pentecost Present; Film Hcrsr Koehfer CFL Garner Ted Armslrong Untamed World Movie: Tha Pill Caper Room 111 Fifth Dimension i Sunshine Shew Let Triem Indfa Community Calendar Fashions Sewfng Parlons Francali Trouble with Tracy Eye Bet (c) In Convcrsallon Pierre BerTon Deal the Clock Buckshcl Ffinlslwies Movie: Whal's So Bad About Feeling Somerset Another World Whals Ihe Good Anything You Can Do (c> Star Trek (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {CabTevision Cb 9) SATURDAY Hec John Byner Color Red, White and1 Blu-a America Pageant (c) News Star Spangled Boot's Human Dimension SUNDAY Archies Harlem Globe- Irolrej-s Rf.x Humbard Tennis [c> NFL (O Llia a "I" Cade's County Magic Circus (c) Life of Leonardo Da Vinci (O Laredo tc) MONDAY Our World salute Agriculfuri Today Show Today in Montana Price 1s Right (c> Sale ol Century Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, What, When Gama Nfiv.s {c) CcncenlraUon As the World Turns News (c) The Doctors (c> Secret SJorm Mike Family Afl.iir Jofcers Wild Nevi-s (c) Hews KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevisron Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT Summer OlympicI tawrence welk The Sherlfl of FracIurccS Jaw News fc) Roller Camei SUNDAY Farm News Closeup This ts Life Revival Fire! Gcspcl Hour Make A Wish and College Foc1br.ll Olympic Games Curjoslty Shop Golf (c) Alive Wild Kingdom Lassie Olyrrpic Games Salute to TV's JSIn Anniversary Three for the RcdsKIns Movie: Hell's Hours News Dillle James Hargli MONDAY Farm News News JACX LaLanr.s Audrey (c) Gsllcpfng Gourmet Where Uie Heart S Ne (c) Tcm All Children MaVe a Deal 'c> Ntv.lyv.ed Game News Sccrcr Srorm (c) One Life to Live Days cf Our Live! Dinah's Place Three on a Matcf Dating Gama Split Second Bewitched Password fc) News [c) ;