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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Vanier Saw Rift By DAVE McINTOSII OTTAWA (CP) The official biography of the late governor- general Georges Vanier says that during his final illness in early 1967 every foreign envoy called at Hideau Hall to write in the visitors' tlie e ception of the French ambass dor. "It was an ominous foretas of another change of which tl general was well aware, b whose climax he providential LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET 9 BIG RACING DAYS Friday, Sept. 18th through Monday, Sept. 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE 1970 FALL PUBLIC SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAM FRITZ SICK INDOOR POOL THE PROGRAM A. Children's Classes RED CROSS Classes for Beginner, Junior, Intermediate, Senior Ocf. 5-Dec. exclude Nov. 11, Remembrance Day 1. Monday p.m. Classes for Beginner, Junior, Intermediale, Senior Oct. 6-Dec. 2. Tuesday p.m. Classes for Beginner and Junior only Oct. 10-Jan. 3. Saturday am. p.m. p.m. p.m. B. Adult Classes _ RED CROSS Classes for Beginners, Juniors, Intermediates, Seniors Oct. 6-Dec. Tuesday p.m. p.m. C. ROYAL tIFESAVING SOCIETY CLASSES Classes for Bronze Medallion Oct. Thursday p.m. 0. RED CROSS RLSS Joint Instructor Course Oct. Thursday p.m. REGISTRATION Course Requirement and Information A. Registrations for all programs will be taken ot the FritJ. Sick Indoor Pool, commencing Monday, September 28, 1970 and continuing daily from p.m., and from p.m. p.m., through to Sunday, October B. Registration Requirements art as follows: 1. Children registering for beginner lessons musl a) 6 years old as of the day of registration b) 48 inches, or 4 feet tall 2. Persons registering for Royal Lifesovlng Society Bronze Medallion must be: a) 14 years of oge or older b) in possession of a current Red Cross Senior Swimmer award or equivalent 3. Persons registering for the Red Cross RLSS Joint In- structor Course must be: a) 17 years of age or older b) In possession of a current Broni. Medallion, YMCA Senior Lifesaving Award or equivalent 4. NOTE.' Persons who register, and do not meet the obovt requirements will necessarily be asked to drop out of the classes. C. Registration Fees are as followi- 1. RED CROSS Children Beginners and Juniors ]J Intermediates and Seniors 12 lessons 2. Adults all levels 54.25 far 12 lessons 3. ROYAL LIFESAVING SOCIETY Bronze Medallion for 12 lessons Textbooks, if required per set (5 volumes) 4. RED CROSS RLSS Joint Instructor Course per candidate 12 week course D. NOTE; Remember that all classes have enrollment limits, so that early registration is recommended! For further information, contact Tom Hudson, Recreation Program Co-ordinaror, at 328-2341, Local 236 CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE 1 be: Coming did not live to says aullioi Robert Speaight in Vanier, Sol dlcr, Diplomat and Governor General. The climax referred to was the visit to Canada later in 1967 by then President de Gaulle o France, cut short after his pub- lic as Vive le Quebec found "un acdeplable" by then prime min ister Lester Pearson. 1860, Gen. de Gaulle visitec his wartime friend, Gen. Van- ier, in Ottawa but then refused ot accept a return visit by the governor-general on the ground Gen. Vanier was not the head of state. There are scores of other rev- elations in UK biography by Mr. Speaight, a British lecturer and actor who was a close friend of Jie Vaniers for many years. FLAWED BY EDITING The biography is flawed by some atrocious editing. For instance, the prime min- ister who appointed Gen. Vanier s referred to in the. preface, text, picture cutlines and index as John F. Diefenbaker. Mr. Diefenbaker's middle name is ieorge. The name of Governor-Gen- eral is spelled incor- rectly. The New Brunswick leg- slature is referred to as Parlia- ment. Mr. Diefenbaker's defeat n book says down to a dispute between irovincial and federal Conserv- atives. However, the portrait of a nan who deliberately chose to ie French-speaking and who served the cause of national unity for more than half a cen- tury shines as clear as crystal. The Vaniers had been -mar- ried for 38 years and never had a home until the genera] was. appointed governcr-gen- sral. Gen. Vanier on returning rom his interview with Mr. )iefenbaker about the appoint- ment told his wife: "Well, Pau- ine, I think I've found you a louse." Mr. Speaight says President rohn F. Kennedy dreaded mcet- ng de Gaulle and during his of- icial visit to Canada picked ten. Vanier's brains about the 'rench leader. September 23, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERAtD Rock Group Held Iii Drug Case 1971 MERCURY MONTEGO MX BROUGHAM U.S. Astronauts In TV Series HOLLYWOOD (AP) The 50 J.S. astronauts and their wives lave agreed to appear in a ser- es of television documentaries on the U.S. space program, a film production firm. says. Part of a fee for each, program will go to the widows astronauts who have died, vith the remainder shared equally among the living astro- nauts and their wives. They also will share in the profits from the series. A maximum of 12 documenta- ries will be produced by Wolper "'reductions Inc. starting in 197L the announcement said. LONDON (AP) What killed fimi Hendrix, 27-year-old rock guitarist, will be kept officially Confidential until there has been an inquest. Authorities said a post-rncr- em examination was completed iere but tilat the results vould be withheld pending a POSTPONE RACE STRATFOPJ5, Opt. (CP) A wimming race in the Avon liver to promote a membership rive for the YM-YWCA has seen cancelled because of pollu- 'on in the river. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Swimming Pool" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Boys in the Band" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects The Losers" Last Complete Slow GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Hang 'Em High" "The Good, The Bad and The Uugly" One Complete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" in color starring Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Wednesday, September 23. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE STERILE CUCKOO" in color starring Lisa Minelli and William Burton. Wednesday, September 23. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HARD CONTRACT" in color starring James Coburn, Lee Hemick and Lili Palmer. Wednesday, September 23. Show at p.m. Adult. Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CANDY" in color starring Ewa Aulin, Walter Matthau, James Coburn and Bingo Starr. Wednesday and Thursday, September 23 and 24. Wednesday show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CANDY" in color starring Ewa Aulin, Richard Burton, James Coburn and Marlon Brando. Wednesday, Septem- ber 23. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. In- creased admission. Gel more out of life Take Ihe family to a movie E HARDWARE IS CLOSING-OUT THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT Stock of Appliances and Home Entertainment Products Prices Slashed Everything Must Go All Merchandise Covered by Factory Warranty TERMS ARRANGED ALL SALES FINAL FREE DELIVERY OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. B E HARDWARE 414 13th St. N. Phone 328-3545 (FORMERLY LYLE'S HARDWARE) coroner's hearing still to be set. Hendrix was found uncon- scious at the home of a friend Friday and pronounced dead on arrival at hospital. NEW YORK (AP) Actress Jane Fonda showed up at the Black Panther trial here and said she had done so because "black militants should not he isolated from society." Thirteen Panthers are on trial on charges of attempted murder and conspiracy. Miss Fonda said she supports the Black Panthers because she believes they are "the vanguard of groups hitting at the root problems of this country." SORRENTO, Italy (AP) Italian bureaucracy has foiled a gimmick to pass out some stuffed Snoopy dogs to film fans who watched A Boy Named Charlie Brown open the Sor- rento Film Festival. The stuffed snoopies were still in the hold of a ship docked in nearby Naples. Port authorities there were waiting for special permission from Uie minister of health before uncrating them. It had something to do with fear of diseases being imported in stuffed toys. Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TOMORROW, THURSDAY NIGHT! "JUST US" KITCHENER, Ont. (CP) Three members of an American rock group called Dclancy and Bonnie and Friends were ar- rested on drug charges Tuesday by ROMP officers. Samuel Clayton, 28, of Holly- wood, Calif., pleaded guilty later in provincial court to pos- session of marijuana and was lined A similar charge against Kenneth Gradney, 20, also of Hollywood, was dropped. Charles Morgan, 2G, of Holly- wood, charged with possession of LSD, was remanded on bail for trial later this fall. The three rock musicians were c h a r g e d after police raided their motel rooms here. CHOCOLATE SNOW The winter resort of Alta, Utah, received what was called a "chocolate snowfall" in 1935. Surprised vacationists saw tan and light brown crystals, col- ored by alkali, covering the mountainside. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 "PLEASE HELP People in trouble now turn to the tele- phone for help. Distress centres, manned by volunteers, are in operation across Canada, They deal with potential suicides, drug-users and the lonely. Read about the work they do and Ihe people they help. In Your Lethbridge Herald Weekend Magazine 16 GAMES JACKPOT 48 NUMBERS Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY -8 P.M. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMSS10N Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Availablel ciHema TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. Spend a marvelous evening with eight of the boys. RESTRICTED ADULT UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES Season) University of Alberta STRING QUARTET THOMAS ROLSTON (violin) LAWRENCES FISHER (violin) MICHAEL BOWIE (viola) CLAUDE KENNESON (cello) Yates Memorial Centre October 5, 1970 p.m. Admission: Adults 506 Ticked: LEISTERS' MUSIC UNIVERSITY GENERAL OFFICE MARTCRCWLEVS :MTHE_EOS ...is not a musical. Tlit Language in tMi Film may I vffvniiva to lomt The Manager TONIGHT and THURS. I at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Warm, wet bodies fresh with the sweet heat of loving. Matinee p.m. m UlE Swimming Pool lAiCOuiisssy 106338 fiCuLDn With Alain Delon Romy Schneider PHONfc 71100 rnunc 'iivu ML Bl REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and THURSDAY I GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. CLINT EASTWOOD THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THEUGET OLLEGE IN EM A COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 STARTS TOMORROW 2 SHOWS AT AND P.M. JERRY LEWIS i YOUV1LLSEE WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT? AND YOU VUA LAUGH. ALSO STARRING JAN MURRAY JOHN WOOD STEVE FRANKEN DACK RAMBO AND INTRODUCES IN COLOR [WILLIE DAVIS! IN COLOR KAYE BALLARD- HAROLD J. STONE PAUL WINCHELL A.O SIDNEY MILLER AS HITLES FAMILY. ENTERTAINMENT LAST. TIMES. TONIGHT 'THP I fiCEDC" ln Color InC LUdlKd with Adorn Roarke ;