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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LErHBKiOGE HERALD Thursday, September 14, Called 'Human Rights' in Soviet Union Protest film smuggled out of Russia LONDON (AP) The defiant face of an old woman looks at the audience from a dramatic protest film smuggled out of Russia. WARTS AN HERBAL REMEDY UnilBhlly WARTS on hinds, lice, feet, permanently removed 3 to 5 weeks with DEIGHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not an add, harmless to healthy skin. Slubb's Pharmacy, ThriMway Drugs, Weslrr.lnsler Drugs ft Boyd's Pharmacy ''Help me to save my hus- she pleads, "To save those who, like my husband, are suffering for their opinion." She is Zinaida Grigorienko, wife of a Soviet major-general. He was cashiered, arrested and, his wife says, beaten and locked into a mental hospital after campaigning against Soviet re- presession of human rights. Mrs. Grigorienko is one of seven dissidents who risked prison or banishment to Siberia by filming the first Russian- HUMANS OF THE FUTURE-HOW SCIENCE IS LEARNING TO CREATE THEM. Whot will humans of ihe future be like? For Ihe first lime, man himself will have a hand in de- ciding. The field of genetics research will make many changes and choices possible. But will they bs desirable ones? And who will decide? Thii read the ab- sorbing report on the research thai has frightening impli- cations for man. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING AND SWIMMING SCHEDULE September 16 to September 20, 1971 PUBLIC SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Thursday, Seplember 16 Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Seplember Noon 17 Hour Swim p.m. only 25c admission) Saturday, September IB Public Swim p.m. Sunday, September 19 Public Swim p.m. Family Swim 6.00- p.m. (children must be accompanied by parents, regular admisison) Monday, September 20 Noon Hour Swim p.m. (adulls only 25c admission) PUBLIC SKATING ADAMS ICE CENTRE Saturday, Seplember 18 Public Staling 2.00- p.m. Sunday, Seplember 17 Public Skoting p.m. NOTE: The new Fall and winter FAMILY SWIM AND SKATE PASS will be on sale at ADAMS ICE CENTRE com. mencing, Saturday, Seplember 18, 1971 and the FRIT SICK POOL commencing Wednesday, September 15, 1971, during PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING HOURS. The new pass it priced at and will admit Ihe entire famTiy to all public swimming and ikaling sessions from the dale of purchase to May IS, 1972. made underground protest movie to reach the West. The blurred, amateurish film is called Human Rights in the Soviet Union. It was given a private showing in London Mon- day. The Russians who made it hope it will reach a mass West- ern audience on television and generate publicity that will help their tiny protest movement. Anatoly Levilin-Krasnov, a re- ligious wriler who was facing trial when the film was made, said he feared what would hap- pen to him after the trial. "For me, at my he Court challenge is planned to stop ship toll charges ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) The Seaway Port Authority of Du- luth, Minn., plans a court chal- lenge to stop the United States government from collecting tolls on ships travelling the St. Lawrence Seaway, says Duluth port dire'-tor C. Thomas Burke. The suit will be filed soon in federal court against (he U.S. government, the secretary of transportation and the St. Law- rence Seaway Development Corp., the U.S. agency that col- lects Great Lakes-Seaway sys- tem tolls, Burke said. Burke's statements were pre- pared for delivery today to the National Waterways Confer- ence, Inc., in St. Paul. "Were it not for the seaway tolls, he said, "the economic ex- pansion in our area would be without comparison in the an- nals of our history." Burke described the lolls as "the political price paid to At- lantic and Gulf Coast inter- ests" for construction of the seaway. Burke said he had discussed the legal challenge with Attor- ney-General Warren Spannaus, and felt there a chance the state of Minnesota might join the Seaway Port Authority in the suit. S Indents pay children's way in swimming COALDALE (HNS) The 1971 summer swim program ol the Lethbridge County southern regional board was a success. It was made possible by the R. I. Baker School Junior High Students' Union donation of ?M6. This money was given to pay [or the busing of the clu'ldren from Coaldale to the Henderson Lake Swimming Pool. The bus, operated by Jake Martens, made three trips a week to the pool. During Ihe summer months the bus made 25 trips averag ing 50 children each time. The board expressed grati- tude to the students' union for providing the funds needed. said, "and in my state of health a prison camp is to all intents and purposes !Jie same as dealli." Levilin-Krasnov, a veteran of Stalinist inbor camps, was con- victed of anli-Soviet slander and sentenced to three years at a labor camp shortly after the film was made. He had pro- tested alleged suppression of re- ligion in Russia. Alexander Yesenin-Volpin, mathematician son of the famed Russia poet Sergei Yesenin, ap- pealed for freedom of informa- tion, freedom lo travel outside the Soviet Union and legal guar- antees against abuses by the se- cret police. The film was received in the West by United States reporter William Cole, who says he can- not divulge how it was smug- gled out. Last year Cole, then a CBS correspondent, filmed in- terviews with several dissidents in Moscow and smuggled the film out. He subsequently was expelled from Russia. He is now a free-lance correspondent in Europe. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, SEPT. 16-HIGHWAY 4 SOUTH FRIDAY, SEPT. 17-METROS SATURDAY, SEPT. IB-CUFFS COMBO Dock strike continues SAN FRANCISCO (AP) President Nixon has ordered the chief federal mediator to San Francisco in an attempt to speed settlement of the 76-day- old dock strike that has tied up west coast ports from Seattle to San Diego. Negotiators for both sides said talks are continuing, bu they declined to comment' on Nixon's action as they have re fused by mutual agreement to speak publicly about issues. Secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson announced Tuesday in Washington that the presi- dent personally ordered J. Cur- tis Counts, director of the fed- eral mediation and conciliation service, to participate in the meetings between the Pacific Maritime Association In- ternational Long shoremen's Union. Hodgson said Nixon told counts to go to the west coast to "facilitate bargaining." "The pace of the bargaining is simply unacceptably Hodgson said. We thought it was time to send in our top man." American Motors'unprecedented price rebates are in effect until Sept. 23rd. Rebates: New 1971 Newl971 Newl971 Matador.____175. Newl971 Javelin_____185. New 1971 Ambassador..185. American Molars (Canada) Limited will refund ro each buyer directly on receipt of thn Rebate Advice and Retail Delivery Report Card from (he dealer. Act while these rebates are still in effect! Enrolment quotas possible EDMONTON (CP) Soar- ing unemployment among teachers may Torce Alberta uni- versities lo impose quotas on enrolments in their education faculties, Dr. John MacDonald, dean of the faculty of educa- tion ol the University of Cal- gary, said. Commenting on a prediction that as many as teachers -800 more than in 1970-71- may be out of work this year, Dr. MacDonald said, "it might very well be a Rood idea to es- tablish quotas in some facul- He said he does not favor a blanket quota but a limitation on particular types of teacher- trainees. Prospective teachers would ba directed toward faculties which provide the best chance of employment. Dr. H. T. Coults, dean of the faculty of education at the Uni- versity of Alberta, said therp are indications prospective edu- cation students are turning to other fields and natural pres- sures could correct the surplus Establishing quotas now could have a disastrous effc-c in several years when there may be an increased demam for teachers, he said. Enrolment in the education faculty at the University of Al berta is down to this yeai from in 1970. At the Uni versily of Calgary, enrolmen is expected to drop about 10( from last year's total of Preparations for N-test contimung JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) The atomic energy commission said today preparations for an underground five-megaton nu- clear test on Amdiitka Island are proceeding on schedule, despite strong opposition and speculation President Nixon may cancel it. David G. Jackson, deputy di- rector of the AEC office of pub- lic affairs, said drilling of the shaft has been finishr ed and workers are "on sched- ule and making the final pre- parations for the test." No specific date has been set but Jackson said i t still i s "tentatively scheduled for early October." Asked when site preparations will be completed, Jackson said "We can't give you that infor- mation. We will announce a date in the future. But it would not be announced until we have authority to dot it, and that an. thority would come from the president." The site of what would be the largest underground blast ever detonated in North America is barren island halfway be- tween Anchorage and Tokyo at the confluence of the Bering Sea and Pacific Ocean. 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! THUIISDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Rnw p.m., Ch. 7. The story of 2 rullUess Oregon frontiersman and his hench- men who plan his death. COMEDY SERIES: "Funny 7 p.m., Ch. 13. This is the debut of a comedy series which stars Broadway'i Sandy Duncan. DRAMA SERIES: Longslrccl, p.m., Ch. 13. James Franciscus as a blind insurance investigator stars in this premiere performance. CRIME DRAMA: O'llara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Ch.. 7. This is the debut of the undercover work of a U.S. treasury gent starring David Janssen. FRIDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "No Room For the 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A young man, married for a few.hours, is quaran- tined by chicken pot- Stars Tony Curtis. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Anne of (he 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A woman pirate roams the sea lanes between En- gland and the Caribbean. THE BALANCE Sweden's balance of trade for the first half of 1971 showed surplus of million. SEE YOUR NEAREST AMERICAN MOTORS DEALER IMMEDIATELY. Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one ol 18 quality g Zenith hearing One ol them mighl be jusl right for you. Al no obligalion, lesNhear a Zenilh hearing aid today. 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PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Trulh or Consequences Teleprobe 7 6.00 PclMcoat Junction Movie: Raw Edge (c) U.S. Treasury (c) Movie: You're a Big Boy Now News Teleprobe 7 Movie: Sfruffered Room FRIDAY Somelhing lo Think About News (c) Farm Fads (c) Lee Drew Romper Room McHale's Navy Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant Chez Helene Sesame Street TBA Movie: No Room for Ihe Groom Our Town Take 30 Edge of Nighr Psychiatrist (c} Drop In Trulh or Consequence! (c) CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) 40 David Frost North Maple FRIDAY Bewilched :2S Thought for Day Beat the Clock (c) University of Air Movie: Yoga (c) Anne of the Indiei Uncle Bobby (c) Man Trap (c) :DO Program HI Lighls Another World :05 Fashions In Sewing Anything You Can :15 Parlons Francois Do (cl :30 Ed Allen (c) Dick Van Dyke :30 All About Faces Buckshot (c) :00 Pierre Berlon Flinlstones (c) THURSDAY NIGHT 11 Buckshol Flintslones (c) Gunsmoke (c) New; (c) Funny Fact (c) Longstreet (c) Dean AAarlln (c) 9.30 Here Come the 70s 9: The Bold Onei (c) 9: News (c) 10: News .___ ____..........____ KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News (c) News Here's Lucy Nichols {c) Dean Martin (c) Flip Wilson (C) News (c) Tonight Show (c) FRIDAY World As the World Turns Salule lo Agriculture Days of cur Lives Today Show The Doctors (c) Today In Montana Anoihcr World Concentration. Bay city Sale of the Century Edge of Nlghl (c) Hollywood Squares Oonuv Pyle (c) Jeopardy (cl Merv Grlflln Who, What, When Hillbillies (c) Game (c Family Affair (c) News News (c) Understanding Our Somerset News (c) KFBB-TV Great falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) Ncwi (c) AllBS Smith and Jonei (c) Conversation with First Lady (c) Owen Marshall (c) TV-5 News Longslrccl (c) FRIDAY Farm News Newi DICK Csvtll (c) All My Childre Lets Make a Deal Ncwlywcd News (c) Secret Storm Captain Kangaroo Ono Llta to Live Dinah's Placo (c) TBA Jack LaLanne (c) General Hospital fl-00 Sale of Century Three on a Match Gallopinn Gourmet Dallncj Garni (c) Audrey (c) That Girl Search for Qcwllched Tomorrow Password (c) :30 News The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge Presents the University of Calgary Drama Dept. in 'YOU NEVER CAN TELL' YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Saturday, Sept. 25th p.m. TICKETS: Adults Children ;