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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY WESTERN: Gunsmoke, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Richard Kilcy stars as a charismatic itinerant. with a special power to heal through the laying on of hands. COMEDY: Boll Ncwhaif Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Tonight Bob takes a far-out flight with liis patients and his wife to conquer (heir fear of air COMEDY: The S'arlridgc Family, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Keith plays host to a teenage princess and cuts through royal red tape. DRAMA: "Ghost 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A wedding an- niversary which is chilled by a beckoning from the grave. CRIME DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. Cannon joins a gang for o heist to keep a Vietnam veteran from turning into a crook. COMEDY: Laugh-In, 9 p.m., Ch. 0. William Conrad (Cannon) plays his weight for laughs as guest star in to- night's skits. CRIME DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Ironside makes a TV appeal for witnesses to a co-ed's murder in "Projp-ammed For Panic." MOVIE DRAMA: Spellbound, a.m., Ch. 1. A young man suffering from amnesia anil accused of murder is helped by a female psychiatrist. TUESDAY SPORT: Hockey, 13. This is the third game from Moscow between Team Canada and Russia. MOVIE DRAMA: "Foreign 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Hired to negotiate an exchange of spies with Russia, an ex-agont finds he's involved in a double-cross plot. FAMILY: Brady Bunch, p.m., Ch. 13. Hawaii pro- vides the setting for the fourth season opener the first of a three-part story. New election act puts time limit on special status for British ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program schedule fs due to tort- 'mlnuift changes by.ihe-stations ond is not the respon- jlbljlry of tho Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo end Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGlll and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Chec Trading PosJ Grain Prices 5 00 Burvl ClarX Leo Dow Call cf lha Land 4'iS Farm News John Oliver Dave King 8-25 Bob Hesketh Farm News Jack Nctrfeld 8-35 Cfiec-line CaIHe Price J Paul Tessfer MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1120 World al Six Jcha Request Line John Charles cjoc y Doug Show TUESDAY 6iCO CBC News Jim Elliott Phone B111 Shew Wayna Barry News and crarn PrTces Jack Thyj Party Line John Walker World at Six -A- CHEC FM News, Wlhr., Sports Hourly MONDAY 1hru SAT. masler a-m. Don Mac- Bob Conda MONDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World af Six As II H CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nlghll A This Country Idcdi 11 ;30 TUESDAY Opener As II Happen} Eye Opener Quebec Now World at Eight BBC M News, Wllir, Sporl Cdlgdry Eyo Ffom The Capitali Opener s oun Radio Noon. StocK Market Take H from Hert AAax Ferguson British Orchestras Home Run News World at Six See It It's New ANGLO SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe stereo playback car casselta system. Feoturesi instalood system; automatic continuous reverse system plays cassette over until you push eject button; 12 watts output; fast forward and rewind buttons con be locked; automatic ejecl at end of tape in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware, ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and flkotoyiapliic 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 [Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT 7 Claire Olsen Under Attack Bab Newhart Parlridqe Cannon This Is the Law 10A News Teleprote 7 Luncheon Data Movie: Spellbound Pink Panther Trut'll or Consequences Nancy Miller TUESDAY Super Heroes Wizard cF Ol Farm Tacts Pinocchio Mr. Oressup Frtendiy Giant Chei Heleno Joan Walerficld nday, September 25, 19X2 THE IETHBRIDOB HERALD 5 Report not bible on agriculture OTTAWA (CP) Canadian citizens IB years old or over can vote and stand as candi- dates in the next federal elec- tion. Some British subjects will still retain tho privilege of doing both without being Ca- nadians but they have been put under notice that their time is running out. A revised Canada Elections Act, passed by Parliament in 1970, drops the federal voting age to 18 from 21 and simi- larly qualifies an 18-year-old citizen (o stand for the 264- seat House of Commons. Tho new act puts a time limit on the special status of British i n- eludes persons from all Com- monwealth countries and such former ones as Ireland, South Africa and has long been embedded in Canadian electoral law. When the lime limit is reached in 1975, no non-Canadian will he able lo vote or run in federal elections. British subjects have been allowed lo participate in fed- eral elections after a year in the country whether or not they took up Canadian citizen- ship. Immigrants from non- Commonwealth countries are required to put in a five-year residence period and gain Ca- nadian citizenship before they can do either. The.revised act says Brit- ish subjects who had a vote at the last federal election, Juno can retain it un- til June 26, 1975, as long as they remain residents. But if they haven't taken out Cana- dian citizenship by that time they lose the right to vote or to run. PROXIES PERMITTED Another change this time Is that public servants.stationed abroad, their dependents and dependents o f servicemen abroad to get the vole. Pre- viously this right was ex- tended only to servicemen and their wives. Normally, a person votes for a candidate in the riding where he was "ordinarily res- i d- e n t" when enumeration takes place, starting 49 days before election day. But the 1970 changes make it easier for a person moving at elec- tion time or away from home on a-temporary job to east his ballot. Anyone moving to a new home between enumeration NDP has 'no qualms' about accepting funds TORONTO (CP) The New1 Democratic party has "no qualms" about accepting cam- paign money from International unions because all such contri- bul ions come d irectl y from Mieir Canadian members, NDP leader David Lewis said Sun- clay. Mr. Lewis, a guest of radio station CFRB, rejected inter- viewer Gordon Sinclair's sug- gestion that the party should lave a "conscience" problem n accepting funds from "U.S.- controlled unions." "We have no qualms about said Mr. Lewis. "We are supported by Cana- dian locals of unions, some ol vhich are affiliated with Amer- can unions, but the money we receive conies from Canadian members in all cases." And he added (hat he is not always in agreement with union activity, particularly when the national unions diiect the Cana-1 dian locals. "All Canadian unions should have complete autonomy." BUILD FOR PEOPLE Asked how an NDP govern- ment would provide new em- ployment after cutting back on incentive grants and tax con- cessions lo business, Mr. Lewis said it would he done hy "build- ing things people need." "You build houses, you build sanitation plants, you build day-care centres, you build transportation systems. He called it "absolute balder- dash" to say that government grants and tax aids to industry are necessary to provide jobs. The'reason industries settled in Canada was because of the counfa-y's resource wealth and they would come anyway. Canadian businessmen, he said, suffer as much as the or- dinary taxpayer from grants to foreign headquarters of. inter-1 foreign corporate "giants." Do- Hollywood Squares Ert Allan Take 3D Edge of Nighl F amity Courl Drop In Let's Make a Deal CFCN Lethbridgo Ch. 73 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Star Trek Duncan News Medical Centre Rollin' Ghost Story Night Gallery Pig and Whislla Ironside News (c) Gunsmoka Movie: See No Evil Laugh In News ecois people want to sepa Die-." Mr. Sinclair pressed Mr on [he party's pension iolicy, accusing the NDP imposing that a hidden means est be included in old-age se :urity benefits. Mr. Lews, whose party has ong called for a basic r month pension, up from said persons vho did not need the money vould have to pay it back in axes. But he declined to spec- fy at what income level a pen- sioner would lie forced to re- und liis montlrly cheque. Half of the country's old-age pensioners are living in real poverty, he said, and many more did not have enough money to live comfort- ably. and voting day may apply to revising officers or enumera- tors for permission to vote in the new riduig. A person away from his or- dinary residence because o f his job may vote in the riding where that job is located if he has been (here since Ihe 20lh day before eleclion day and will be there past that day. Proxy voting is allowed for the first time in this election. It is restricted to fishermen, mariners, prospectors, ill or incapacitated voters or full- time students unable to vote at either advance polls or on the regular day in ridings where they live. AFFECTS STUDENTS The person wishing some- ope to vote in his slead must sign a form authorizing the specific proxy voter, who must be a qualified' voter from his own riding, to cast his ballot. For someone who is ill, there must be an affirma- tion by a doctor; for a stu- dent, there must Ire a state- ment by a registrar that he is a full-time student at the insti- tution. Proxy forms must be sub- mitled to returning officers before 10 p.m. on the Friday before Ihe Monday voling day. No voter may be named as'a proxy by more lhan one other voter. Any proxy voter retains the right to vote in his own name. The proxy system ends the right of full-lime students to be enumerated either in the riding they called home or the one where their school is lo- cated. This lime Ihey will be listed where Ihey are ordinarily res- parents or guardi- ans unless they are really "on their own" and no longer re- gard the family home as their home. Wherever a married student lives with his wife is considered their place of resi- dence. JUDGES CAN'T VOTE Anyone expecting to be un- able to vote in Ids riding on the regular election day may use the advance polls, held on Ihe Saturday and Monday nine days and seven days be- fore election day. Those 18 and over barred from voting are: officers in each riding, except when a vote is required to break a tie. ly-appoint ed judges. serving a lence in a penal institulion. restrained of hi: liberty or deprived of man agement of his property be cause of mental illness. disqualified from voting for corrupt or illega electoral actions. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Skyjacked" Last Complete Show CINEMA 'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Frogs" Lest Show PEACE RIVER Agri- ullure Minister H. A. Olson >aid Saturday his biggest mis- ike during the last four years as not rejecting immediately ome recommendations of the ederal report on the future of griculture in the 1970s. Mr. Olson, who is seeking -e-election in Medicine Hat, aid in an interview that the task force report is not the Canadian government's bible on griculture." He said tile report's recom- mendations, one of which advo- aled a one-third reduction in the number of farms, would not be implemented "as long as I'm agriculture minister." Mr. Olson also said form of legislation must be pro- vided to protect farmers In event of labor disputes on west coast. He said the labor situation et Vancouver are not all one-sided and blamed improper manage- ment for many of the problems on tlie docks. Grain handlers loaded record amounts of grain during last year without having a con- tract, he said. Earlier, at a breakfast at- tended by 30 people, Mr. Olson said the Liberal government made some "courageous deci- sions" in overhauling Uie agri- cultural industry during the last four years. He said if relumed lo power, the Liberal government will at- lempt to equalize the country's freight rates, "one of the prices this country must pay lo stay united." BUI) OI.SOX biggest mistake POLICE HEAD DIES TEL AVIV (Renter) The newly-appointed head of the Is- raeli police, Inspector-General Aharon Sella, died Saturday at the age of 53 of a heart attack. DIETRICH DENTURE CtlNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suile 8-304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbridas GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 8 P.M. ClOSED TONIGHT (Monday) TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE 25% ONE FREE TICKET IN EVERY ADULT "A TAUT AND TIMELY THRILLER 1" Tonight and Wed. CHARLTON HESTON YVETTE MIMIEUX ot and p.m. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction Best Costume Design A SAM SPIEGEL-FIUNiaiNJ.SCHAFFNER PRODUCTIOIJ Nicholas an ADULT MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT P.M. NOW SHOWING All WEEK AT 8 P.M. ONLY ADULT Tonight and Tues. AT AND P.M. KILUHD -SAM ELUIHT COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Sepl. Sepl. Sept. Sept. Sepl. Oct. Otl. 2 FRITZ SICK Hour Swim (Adults only) Hour Swim {Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Hour (Adulh only) Hour Swim (Adult! only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Hour Swim (Adulli only) 12-1 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Skating 7-9 Skoling 2-4 p.m. and 8-10 Skoling 2.4 HENDERSON PARK ICE Skolirifl 7-9 Stalin? 2-4 Public Holing p.m. NOTE: The 1972-73 fall and w nlcr family iwim and ikala pan FI now on sale al both the Frlfz Sick Pool and Iho Henderson Pork tea Centra during the above listed hours. The pass is valued at and will admit the cnljro family to all public skating and swimming sessions from (he dafe of purchase until May 15, 1973. ;