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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 14, 1970 iehts on entertainment scene will be heard in London divorce court early next year. ROLLING STONES SUED OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) A damage suit against the Soiling Stones and the Alta- mount Speedway has been filed n Alameda Superior Court by the mother of a young man dlled by a hit-run driver after rock concert at the speedway a year ago. Florence Grusken Salov ot Elizabeth, N.J., filed the wrong- ful death suit claiming no traf- 'ic or safety control was pro- vided at the music festival whicli attracted about people. Richard SalovL 23, ana Mark Felger, 22, ot Berkeley, were asleep'in sleeping bags by a campfire off Midway Road when an automobile ran over them, injuring them fatally and causing non-fatal injuries to two ot their student companions. Nancy Sinatra marries again CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. P) Singer Nancy Sinatra, Frank Sinatra's oldest daugh- ter, became a bride for the sec- ond time Saturday, marrying producer-choreographer Hugh Lambert. About 150 guests attended the Roman Catholic ceremony at St. Louis Church, about two miles from Sinatra's Tamarisk County Club home. Sinatra, observing lu's 55th birthday, later held a reception at his home for some 200 guests. Among the celebrities attend- ing were actor Robert Wagner and actress Barbara Stanwyck Sinatra's rnother and son. Frank Jr., also attended, along with the bride's mother, Nancy Sr., divorced from Sinatra. Miss Sinatra wore a white satin floor length gown. It was the second marriage for both Miss Sinatra, 30, anc Lambert 40. She was divorcee from singer Tommy Sands in 1965 and Lambert was divorced recently. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 .Ace Building Supplies PA New movie blood loes not slai Gained queen f big festival NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Ara- lla C h u r c h i 1V, 21-year-old anddaughter of the late Sir inston Churchill, has been amed queen of the 18th Inter- itional Azalea Festival April r-25 Miss Churchill, blue eyed, onde daughter of Randolph and June Churchill plans to fol- w her five-day festival reign nth a lecture tour of the United ates. Her acceptance of the invita- on to be festival queen was an- ounced Thursday at a news >nference by Admiral John artin of Britain, deputy com- ander of the Supreme Allied xjmmand Atlantic, which has eadquarters here. The Azalea Festival is a sa- te to the North Atlantic reaty Organizaiton, which argely grew out of a speech by ir Winston Churchill at Fulton, to., in 1946. MILES OF DOCKS The port of Montreal, miles from the Atlantic, has 12 miles of docks. PLAIN WHITE CEILING TILE SQUARE FOOT Fiberglass Insulation 14V PING PONG TABLES R-7 100 fool rolls Regulation Painted 5'x9' top Interlocking base SPECIAL, COMPLETE 29 .95 Walnut Doors PREFINI5HED EACH MANY MORE UNADVEKTiStU SPECIALS CITATION PR1FINISHED PANELLING Per 4'x8' sheet 4.79 Avant Garde Panelling CAPRICORN OAK GEMINI TEAK Per AQUARIUS EtM 5heet Morw Other Palterrn To Chooso From TYEE CEDAR NICOLA PINE ACADIAN ASH MISSION OAK AVOCADO TEAK ASK FOR A FREE RUMPUS ROOM ESTIMATE LDING LIE HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ever ward and ally, if- not always financially d movies ve a new fake blood. Its virtue: It doesn't stain cos- mos. 'In black-and-white pictures ey used chocolate syrup, ITV HIGHLIGHT! which photographed beautifully and washed out says veteran makeup man William 'lultle, tracing the history of film gore. "When color movies came hi, we'd go to a soda fountain ar.d get some cherry syrup, which we's thick-m with a little corns- Tuttle said. "In Mutiny on the Bounty we tried a red toothpaste made in tTTioianH The trouble with all of these, and other concoctions by makeup people, was that they stained the wardrobe. Most red pigments have a staining qual- ity like dye." DEVISE NEW BLOOD Minnesota Mining and Manu- facturing Co. devised the new blood specifically for movies. "Almost microscopic red spheres of red plastic are sus- pended in a liquid, probably gly- Tuttle explained. "Spill some on a white shirt and it rin- ses right out under cold water, without any soap." Tutcle, for 21 years MGM makeup chief, expects the sub- stance to save studios thousands of dollars by preventing ruin to costly costumes. Tuttle is giving the new blood its first use in a film called The Best of Friends, starring Debbie Reynolds and Shelley Winters. Miss Winters is gashed on one hand, another actress is knifed in the back, a fall downstairs batters a man and rabbits are slaughtered. News oddities CINCINNATI (AP) Mem- ers of the Ohio Newspaper Vomen's Association will ave a mar) as a main item of usiness when they meet Feb. 0. Harry West, women's editor f the Cleveland Plain Dearler, as applied for membership. "I think we have the best women's pages and I can't enter, West said, to annual awards the organiza- ion makes. "It's a professional thing. Tie Plain Dealer should be recognized." BOND RETURNED MILWAUKEE (AP) Jo- seph Patten McMurtrey and the U.S. savings bond he bought 21 years ago were fin- ally reunited today. Mrs. Carl Nurkala of Jack- son, Wis., had discovered the bond in an old cinnamon jar she bought at'an auction. Ef- forts to find McMurtrey at first were in vain, but the operator of a Milwaukee auto service garage saw the story and re- membered having serviced Mc- Murtrey's car about a year ago. This led to the findings of McMurtrey, 83, who now lives in a hotel here. "You don't know how this tickles, McMurtrey said. The bond now is worth MONDAY DEBATE: Alfredo Campo, p.m., Ch. 7: The chair, man of Petrofina Canada Ltd. defends the oil industry's rec- ord of pollution. SPORTS: Football, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: The Detroit Lions meet the Los Angeles Rams. DRAMA; UFO, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: SHADO becomes In- volved in a triangle when a woman and her lover murder an" alien instead of the woman's husband. With Adrienne Corri. VARIETY: Nashville North, 8 p.m., Ch. 13; Guests to- night are George Hamilton IV, singer David Hea and Mash- miktuui, a rock group. DRAMA: The Bold Ones, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A lawyer epi- sode, The Loneliness Racket, concerns a computer-dating service and a customer who finds herself charged with mur- dering her date. Whith Phyllis Love. DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Bradford Dillman and George Grizzsrd appear in a segment about a psycholo- gist who tries to break the chief through a series of "stress tests." TUESDAY MOVIE: I Believe in You, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A iriddle- aged bachelor comes out of retirement to act as a proba- tion officer. With Cecil Parker and Celia Johnson. MOVIE: No Man is an Island, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: An Ameri- can GI tries to survive on an enemy-held island. Stars Jeffrey Hunter. Alberta mining company bankrupt TORONTO (CP) Peace River Mining and Smelting Ltd. las been placed in receiver- ship following the company's ailure to resolve recent finan- cial difficulties. A statement by company President G. R. Heffernan said hat under terms of the com- pany's debentures, Clarkson Co. 'M. was appointed receiver and manager of tie company's busi- ness, and of its subsidiary, Jreat Lakes Forging Ltd. of Windsor, Ont. Mr. Heffernan, a former pres- ident of Lake Ontario Steel Co. of Whitby, Ont., said the com- >any went into receivership to jrotect its iron-powder plant at Amherstburg, Ont, and to con- tinue full operations at the forg- ing division of Great Lakes Forging. He said the company will make a "full report" to the :ompany's creditors soon. Total financing by the com- jany to the date of its listing in 1963'on the Toronto Stock Ex- change amounted to million. In July, the company said it had new financing of million including a million federal government loan, from a rights offering and million in stock purchases by shareholders, plus another million debenture bought by a bank. The Amherstburg plant, built at a capital cost of more than million, never did come into full production. I I.YU DAVIS Cor_ Ave_ om] sfi M, phone 328-7084 or 328-8644 Armed robber 10 vfiai'S j NORTH VANCOUVER, .EC. (CP) Frederick Louis Le- Pretlc, 30, Foss, was sen- tenced to 10 years in peniten- tiary for armed robbery. Provincial Judge Harold Ma- hon told him in passing sen- tence that "any person who commits armed robbery with a gun could commit murder and this offence must be stamped out." LePretlc had pleaded guilty to robbing the Coach House Motor Inn here of Dec. 2. He was arrested the day fol- lowing the holdup in a routine police check in Vancouver. Two men who accompanied him in the holdup are still at large, poUcc said. It started tune-up operations last June and was still in the "run-in" stage when operations were suspended Wednesday. Trading in Peace River's shares was suspended Monday at the company's request by the Toronto and Canadian stock ex- changes. Reporter's interview helps police MONTREAL (GP) La Presse says Police may know the identity of two Quebecers in- terviewed by a reporter from the French-language television network of the CBC while train- ing with Arab guerrillas in Pal estine earlier this year. The newspapers says the names may have come to light during an investigation of Pierre Lacourse who pleaded guilty Friday at bis preliminary hearing to charges of conspiring to place three bombs, to the ac- tual placing of two bombs and to possession of stolen dyna- mite. Lacourse, 24, was charged with conspiring with convicted terrorist bomber Pierre-Paul Geoffroy in 1968 to place three bombs. Geoffroy now is serving concurrent life sentences for 31 bombing incidents. La Presse says Lacourse may have mentioned the names of the men interviewed in Pales- tine to police but the names were not read into the court record. T h e newspaper speculates that police do not want the identity of the two to become public information until more detail is known about them and their whereabouts. POLICE ASK FOR RAISE TORONTO (CP) Constable Sydney Brown, president of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Association said here that Metro's policemen arc seeking a wage increase of 13 per cent for 1971. The pay in- crease would bring a first class constable's salary to from Metro police re- ceived an increase of nine per cent last year. CJOC MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six Request Action Line News and Grain Sport Prices _ Jim Elliott 6-00 News, Wtiir, Jsporr rm.cs 7-SO News, Wthr, Sport Jack Thys Phone Bill Show Ltna Wayne Berry Matinee Rob Ingram Show Probe 1220 Bob, Lang TUESD News, Sport World at Six CHEC MONDAY NIGHT The Way 1 See It 5-00 AAdlor News Cattle and Grain 5-15 Weather Prices 5-30 The Way I See It Women's World Dinner Showcase Jean Pauley Back to the' Bible Comments The Voice of China The Way I See It Musical Interlude Bulletin Board fl'OO World Tomorrow Total intormaiion CHEC-FM Call of Mie Land 0 Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News "TUESDAY Breakfast with Bruce Malor News m.ju mnjm Farm and Ranch Sporls Review Weather Breakfast with Bruce Country Digest Weather CHEC Total Information Major News Cattle Prices Tempo Jean Pauley Comments Stock Market Report Sports 5-00 Major NEWI Weather The Way I Sea ft CHEC-FM News fifteen to the hour. Monday thru Thursday Larry Donahue John David Horn. Larry Donahue The Other Side John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR -A" Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NI6HT Classic! Tempo Music Past World at six Midnight supplement TUESDAY Jan for the Record TUESDAY As It Happens Eye Opener National News Assignment 10-10 From the Capitals World at Eight Five Night A Commentary Week News and Weather Theatrs Galloping Gourmet 11-03 Distinguished Gerrusll Artists Nathan Cohen Songs (rom tin Morning Concert Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Matinee Personality Afternoon Concert Actuality BBC Newt Tempo Max Ferguson CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER 12 INCH PORTABLE TV 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO 35.00 125.00 10.00 OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4fh Ave. Sin St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} MONDAY NIGHT Teleprobfi 7 Disirict 7 Under Attack College Show Partridge Family Front Paga Challenge Bold. Ones News (c) Chez Helens Teleprobe 7 Our Town 11-45 Movie: Charlie Lew Dr.ew's Chan Dt trie Olympic Children's Hour Wrestling Movie: TUESDAY I Believe in You Morning Hews Take 30 Mr. Dressup Edge of Night Sesame Street (c, Galloping Gourmet splits (c) Nature of Things Canadian Banana Man Alive (c) Friendly Grant Ic) Hllibilli! ies CFCN Lethfaridge Ch. 13 (Cabievislon Ch. 4} MONDAY NIGHT Dick' Van Dyka Bewitched News (c) UFO Nashville North Carol Burnett PIP and Wnlstlfl Ironside News (c) News (r.) Dangerrnan This Week TUESDAY Peyton Place 6-35 Thought tor Day Beat the Clock (c) National News Lucy Show (c) University of Air Buckshot Wynne's Pad (c) Movie: No Man Is Miss Helen sand Box (c) Ed Allen parlons Wild Whirl of Fashion (c) In Conversation Pierre Berton (cl Island Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) "iroubio wiiii Tracy i Dream ol Jeannie (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Fllntstones (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Red Skelton (c) Laugh-In !c) Movie: The Psychiatrist Hews Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Salute Agriculture 7-00 Today Show (c) As the World Turns Today in Montana Days of Our Lives 8-30 Concentration (c) The Doctors (c) 9 00 Family Affair (c) Another vVorld (c) Squares (c) Edge of Night (c) 10'CO Jeopardy 'c) Gomer Pyle (c) Who, What Where Miko Douglas (c) Gamo Hillbillies Ic) 10-55 News Cronki'e News (c) Another World Nightly News (c) Somerset Hillbillies ic) KFBB'TV Great Tails Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Dinah's Place (c) One Life to Live fi-00 Adam 12 (c) Jack LaLanne Words and Music Silent Force Sale of the Century Love is a Many NFL Detroit at Galloping Gourmet Splendored Thing Lo? Anneles Audrey General Hospital News A World Apart (c) Dark Shadows Storefront All My Children That Girl Lawyers (c) M3Ke a Deal (c) Bewitchud ", capl. Konsaroo Secret Storm (c) News ;