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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 3, 1970 11ECOUDS OVUHTIME N15W YOliK (AD An ex- ccss-timo parking meter that records overtime parking ha: 200 YEAItS FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) Kentucky is planning a bicen- tennial celebration in 1974 basal on the 200tli anniversary of the founding of Ilarrodsburg in cen- tral Kentucky and the 100th run- ning of the Kentucky Derby at Jjouisviile. been developed by Rockwcl Mamifaduring Co. Fines now can bo based on tho lenglli of overtime registered on the motor. Only S35. and the -vCV HOTEL In Calgary Is VOUrS (for two) for the weekend! Here's what you get for your S35. A suite for two including livingraom, bedroom and refreshment arc-3. Free use of the International' pool and lounge arei Colour Television. Two breakfasts each, Free Parking. J fee phone calls, (local) A Gourmet dinner for two at Demo's, The Internationals exciting liy' new Italian t restaurant Check in Friday 11 Leave Sunday A value for only for 'two. the international 220-4nr AVENUE SOOTH WEST, CALCARV- For reservations call (403) 265-9600 Telex 038-24710 ruling reserved in treasure cam OTTAWA (CP) Decision was reserved in the Supreme Court of C a n a d a here in an appeal by four Cape Brctoncrs involving' ownership of sil- ver and gold coins re- covered from the floor of the Atlantic in 1865 off Louisbourg, N.S. The treasure was aboard1 the French frigate Le Chameau when it sank off Louisbourg in 1725 while bound for Quebec with pay for French1 soldiers. Ronald Blundon of Dutch Brook, Wiltard Dillon of Black Point, Joseph Hearing and Hub- "b crt D. MacDonald of Glace Bay and Hyman Goldberg of Sydney arc claiming part of the trcas ure, valued at up to They say that when Alc.s Storm-of Louisbourg rccovorcc the coins, a partnership they formed in I960 with Mr. Slonr still was in effect. Under tho agreement they were each enti- tled to 16 per cent of any treas- ure found. In letters to the partners in early 1065, a few months before ho found the treasure, Mr. Storm said he was leaving tho partnership because the others were not as active as they should be in the treasure hunt. AGREES WITH JUDGES John Dickey of Halifax, who appeared for Mr. Storm in the Supreme Court appeal, agreed with the judges that Mr. Storm's letters did not have tho effect of breaking the partner- ship. V? 14 S COUGAR A FILM FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY "WHISKERS" IS COMING SATURDAY, DEC. 5 PICTURE BUTTE TOWNE THEATRE But he said the failure of the partners to take any acfion in keeping the partnership in force meant the five could not share in Mr. Storm's find. He said the partners allowed Mr. Storm to take all the risks diving for the treasure and to undergo all expenses without telling Mr. Storm they believed the partnership was in force. Only when he had found the treasure did they come forward to claim their shares. Mr. Dickey said the only con- tact between Mr. Storm and his partners was a telephone call from Mr. Storm to Mr. Mac- Donald in which Mr. Storm wanted to make sure that the partners had received his let- ters. Donald Kerr, also of Halifax1, aclinj; for the partners, said it was not correct lo say the part- ners allowed Mr. Storm to take all the risks. Mr. Storm himself had said he didn't want their help. The partners had protected them- selves by getting legal advice and had asserted their rights as partners at all times. As the four-day appeal ended Tuesday, Mr. Dickey asked the high court lo uphold 'a judgment of the Nova Scotia Court of Ap- peal which says the partners could not share in the treasure. Mr. Kerr asked the court to restore lite judgment of the trial judge who found tiiat while the partners had not done all they could to keep the partnership alive, they still were entitled to share in 25 per cent of the treasure. Business spotlight Life insurance coverage grows TORONTO (CP) Life insur- ance coverage held by Canadi- ans increased by more than double the growth rate of after- ax income during the last 20 rears, the Canadian Life Insur- mce Associate reports. The per-capita value of poli- cies was at the end of last year. This was about 340 per ent more than the per- capita value of policies in 1950. After-tax income on a per- capita basis rose to from 917, an increase of about 160 er cent, during the same pe- iod. By provinces, Saskatchewan about while after-tax in- come grew by less than 200 per cent. Bruce Powe, director of pub- lic' relations for the association, says policy figures in 1950 were well below national averages in 1950, possibly because of linger- ing effects of the 1930s depres- sion. The increase in coverage was lowest in Ontario, growing by 150 per cent. However, per-cap- ita coverage in Ontario was highest among the provinces and was last year. VALUES LISTED Per-capita value in the other p-rovinces was: in towed the greatest increase in Quebec. 600 fa, BritVh Colum- jfe insurance coverage dunn bia. -m Albefla, ie 20-year period. The prov nce's policyholders increase IB value of their coverage b 50 per cent to an average o f SHOP DOWNTOWN and NORTH LETHBRIDGE R LOW PRICES AND WIDE SELECTION SHOP AND COMPARE WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY HOT WHEELS ROD RUNNER SPEEDWAY SIT SANTA Comes to HOYT'S Downtown, Saturday, Dec. 5 North lethbridge, Dec. 12 Downtown, Dec. 19 10 a.m. to 12 Noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. sure to bring tho children Hoyl's to tell Santa what they want for Christmas. There'i a flift for all children actom- ponied by parents. Complete with Rod Runner hand shift power booster. Race the large oval speedway non stop. No bat- teries or electricity needed. HOT WHEELS SIZZLERS NEWPORT PACER SET Complete with machine TM rech speed brake, esses track, speedometer, 14 ft. of track and 2 180 degree curvet. HOYT'S LOW PRICE 16 .88 ELDON POWERPACK "8" ROAD RACE SET scale set has 2 cars, 2 speed controls, banked curves and over 9 feet of track. HOYT'S IOW PRICE ATTENTION! JUST RECEIVED a shipment of the latest new models of Eldon 6 volt racing cars. Choose from 8 different models, BILLY BLAST OFF SET Fascinating for the young space enthusi- ast. Includes Biily, exploration fractor, carrier sled, space car and lunar crawler plus space gun Ci99 ond radar scope. HOYT'S LOW PRICE BETTY CROCKER BAKING SET Just the -rhing far the Htils mother who likes to cook. Includes cookie cutters, baking tin, muffin pan, baking sheet and 8 mixes. HOYT'S LOW PRICE IIIVCS T5> si NEW LIVING BARBIE By MATTEL Every little girl's Ideal doll. Pose her from to )oe as seen on TV. Wida selection of costumes available. HOYT'S IOW PRICE.................. head ,98 WALKIE TALKIE SET Holiday Model 302 solid state transistor set has one year guranlee. It's as much fun for dad as the kids. Suggested List Price 19.95. 4 O 99 HOYT'S LOW PRICE ITS NOT TOO LATE Re-check your Hoyt's Pro Christmas Catalogue delivered to your door last week for many more gift ideas To let Hoyt's help you plan your Children's Christmas party. We will take the work and worry out of gift selection. There's special discounts for group purchases plus free gift wrap- ping, tanning and the of n Senta suit. AH delivered where and when you want it. Simply phone Hoyt's North lethbridge 328-4441 or Hoyt's Downtown 327-5767 for full details. YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT DOWTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street N. Phone 328-4441 Open A Convenient Koyf's Charge Account t f I -Jsi m I Is w i 4 Avi Manitoba; in Nova Sco- tia; in New Brunswick; in Prince Edward Island; and in Newfoundland. On a per-household i'je average ownership of insurance in Quebec is and in On- tario The association es- timated ihe household average at for the Prairie prov- inces; for the Atlantic provinces; and for Brit- ish Columbia. Mr. Powe said Quebec's per- household coverage is probably higher because of larger fami- lies and "the tradition of thrifl and saving in Uie province." The amount of group insur- ance has increased substantially since 1950, when it accounted for 16.4 per cent of total cover- age. Last year, group insurance represented 40 per cent of the total. Total life insurance in force at the end of last year was valued it million and group in- surance value totalled million. In 1950 the total was million. The association estimated there were more than 11 million policyholders at the end of last Dentifrices loo tough for enamel CHICAGO (AP) A report for the American Dental Ass j elation suggests some tooth- pastes may be too abrasive for :he dental enamel of compulsive mishcrs. An article in the November ssue of the Journal of the American Dental Association says the study "was to provide he practising dentist with relia- )le information on abrasiveness dentifrices to give individual >atients advice on what type of oothpaste to use." ''A the article said, "should be no more abra- ive than is necessary lo keep he teeth is, free of accessible plaque, debris and luperficial stain." "The degree of abrasivity needed lo accomplish this pur- icse may vary considerably rom one individual to another." The study said the dentifrices owest in abrasiveness were T- ..ak, Listerine and Pepsodent ilh zierconium silicate. The most highly abrasive were Wal- jreen's Smokers Tooth Paste, odent No. 2 and Vole, the study cportpd." Do as I say ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) The director of Albuquer- ue's 51.4-million alcohol traffic afcly program has been ar- ested and charged with driving vhile intoxicated, and reckless Wving. Curtis Thatcher, 4ti, flio gets paid a month to cad the safely program, was jreslcd at an intersection. WELLINGTON, N.Z. (CP) Casualties among New Zca- and cabinet ministers arc arousing increasing alar m over tho health burdens im- posed by high office. HTV HIGHLIGHTS; THURSDAY MOVIE: Foxfire, C p.m., Ch. 7: An eastern society girl becomes involved with a half-Apache. Stars Jane Russell and Jeff Chandler. COMEDY: Love, American Slylc, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Two pen pals meet for the first time after writing each other for 10 years. With Diane Beaton and Monte Markham. DRAMA: Medical Ccnicr, p.m., Ch. 13: A girl af- flicted with Addison's disease believes in the healing powers of Satan. With Dana Wynter. SPECIAL: Federal Budget, 8 p.m., Ch- T: A look at ttia federal government's new budget as set cut by Fiaancs Minister Edgar Benson. MOVIE: Notorious, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: The 1946 mystery- romance involving a man and woman on a dangerous as- signment. Stars Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant. NATURE: Here Conic the 70s, p.m., Ch. 13: A profile of new art forms, including electronic music and light murals. MOVIE: Carve Her Name with Pride, p.m., Ch. ..13: A British widow joins a secret organization to aid the French underground. Stars Virginia McKenna, MOVIE: The HounB cif the Baskcrvilles, p.m., Ch. 7: Sherlock Holmes investigates a case of murder and a phantom dog. With Peter Cushing. FRIDAY ..MOVIE: The Night of Nights, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Pat O'Brien stars in a 1940 movie about an author-actor who goes on a binge prior to the opening of his new play. CJQC News, Wfhr., Sport News end Grain KbVVSf Wthr. Sporf Prices Party THURSDAY NIGHT World al 6 Request Action Phon9 Bltl show Rob Ingram Show Wayne Barry i FRIDAY Probe 1230 Wlatmet Jim Elliott News, Sport Bob Larii) CHEC THURSDAY NIGHT SlocK Market The Way I See It Dinner Showcase Woman's World Back to the Blbla Jean Pauley Voice ot China Comments Musical Interlude 12.15 Farm show World Tomorrow CHEC-FM ith FRIDAY Breakfast i Bruce Majcr News Farm Show Total Information Major Hews News, Sports, Cattle Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stk. Mkt. Report John' David Horn Sports Noon Larry Donahue Malar News The Other Side Weather John David Horn Tne Way I See It T. D. McAllister CHEC FM Monday Thru Thursday News Fifteen Minutes to The Hour John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner FRIDAY Larry CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Theatre Nathan Cohen BBC News Chamber Music News" Weather CBC Winnipeg Orch Morning Concert Canadian Roundup Music Past Consumers Tempo Midnight Matinee Element) of Lift Rev. Bill Portman Mr. Fixit FRIDAY Radio Noon Eye Opener Aflernoon News School Broadcast World at Eight Matinee Commentary Afternoon Concert News and Weather Flight Log Gallonina Gourmet News Gcrrusll Tempo Tempo World at Six Supplement Between Ourselves Thursday Music National .News Five Nights A Week Here It Is In Black and White! Early Bird Christmas Shoppers will save W a bundle on these gifts for the home 19 INCH PORTABLE TV 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE ELECTROHOME COLOR TV 25" '699 OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phono 323-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} THURSDAY N1SHT Hillbillies Teleprobe 7 Movie: Foxfire On The Budget TDA Movie: Notorious CBC News Teleprobe 7 FRIDAY MpVie: Morning News (c) N'9nt NI9hts Mr. Dressup TaXs Thirty Sesame Street (c) Edge of Night lc) Alberta Schools Galloping Gourme) Friendly Giant Drop In Choz Helena Hillbillies Our Town Teleproba 7 CFCN-TV ieihbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision :h. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Carve Her Pierre Bertcm (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Name Wilh Prida n-no pevton Placa Fllntstones .____ ____ Another Salute Agriculturs Somerset KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT Capt. Kangaroo One Life to News (c) Live (c) Jack LaLanne Words and (c) Nancy (c) High Chappsral (c) Bewitched (c) Barefoot In ttl8 Park (c) Odd Couplo (c) Jim Nilbora (c) TV-5 News Miltt Lincoln Dick Oweir FRIDAY News Sale of Century Muslc (O Galloping Gourmet Snlendored Audrey Ttlin9