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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, December 16, 1970- Snowmobile death toll on upswing T1IK CANADIAN IMIMSS With the official start of win- ter still cue week away, Quebec appears lu be bent on reclaim- ing its niche as the province with the most fatal snowmobile accidents in Canada. A survey by The Canadian Press shows 17 deaths across Canada attributed to snowmo- bile accidents since Nov. 1. Of RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 these, It were recorded in Quebec, four in Ontario, and oiii! each in Manitoba and Brit- ish Columbia. Of !I3 deaths recorded in Can- ada last whiter. Quebec had 40 highest of the 10 prov- inces, with Ontario producing 3-1. The Canadian Safety Council has predicted that 100 will he killed in snowmobile this winter. As snowmobih'ng is a new most provinces have not Marie, Out. area when a 13- year-old girl (tied from injuries received when her scarf caught in the moving parts of a snow- mobile. One teen-ager in Quebec died when his snowmobile struck a train. Canada TOIL TUNE LONDON (CP) Farmwork- inishaps j ers will soon be able to plow, sow and music. For the first time British tractors are to be fitted with cab radios established central agencies to keep an accurate record of fa- talities. The most unusual fatality this vear occurred in the Sault Ste. and twin loudspeakers to am- plify the music. A farmworkers' union said: "We welcome any- thing that makes the job more comfortable and happier." You can't miss on a gift idea here! We are going out of business and are having a WAIL- TO- WALL- Gifts For The Whole Family! Crystal and China Candles Bar Supplies Jewellery Danish Steel Trays Wooden Ware it Many More, Too Numerous To Mention EXCLUDING TOOLED LEATHER BAGS WHICH ARE 20% OFF AND ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS ALL ITEMS ARE price GIFT GALLERY Located In Shoppers World Phone 327-5200 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. reward offered OTTAWA (CP) A reward has been offered for in- formation leading to conviction of gunmen who killed an ar morcd car employee in a robbery last S a t u r d a y. In- dustrial and Domestic Protec- tion Co. announced the reward Tuesday. Robert Cody, 29, a company employee, was shot during the robbery at a plaza department store. HEADS WELFARE BUREAU OTTAWA (CP) Rev. Mur- ray Tardiff of Pembroke, Ont, has been appointed director of the Canadian Catholic Confer- ence's social welfare bureau and executive secretary of the Catholic Charities Council of Canada, it was announced Tues- day. FIGHT VANDALS TORONTO (CP) School "of- ficials in the borough of Scar- borough have authorized admin- istrators to lay charges againsl vandals and have set up a fund to provide bonuses to schools that reduce damage. At a meet- ing Monday night officials re- ported vandalism will cost this year. DIES WHILE SNIFFING HAMILTON (CP) Michael Stanley Rubletz, 17, of Sallfleet Township was asphyxiated Mon- day while sniffing fumes from bottles of nail polish remover, police said Tuesday. It was the second time in two months that a Hamilton area youth has suf- focated while sniffing polish re- mover. SEARCH FOR BOMB TORONTO (CP) Seventy American Airlines passengers were delayed at Toronto Inter- national Ail-port for 29 minutes JUST HIS KIND OF WEATHER Santa Claus, arms outstretched and surrounded by children, expresses joy at snowfall outside Toronto's city hall. Mr. Claus pre- dicted a white Christmas. Tuesday while their luggage was searched for a bomb. A telephone caller had said a bomb was aboard the New York flight. No bomb was found. RUNS ON RAILS BARROW, Alaska (AP) This Arctic Ocean village of persons, where a briet summer offers the only respite from freezing cold and snow has purchased a custom-bull fire engine which runs on tracks instead of wheels. "We hac originally planned to get a regu- lar wheel explained Tom Opie, chief of the volunteer department. "But after we had blizzard and all the roads were closed overnight, we knew that a wheeled vehicle would be useless." Smythe5 Ballard seek re-election By BUD JORGENSEN TORONTO (CP) C. Sta ford Smythe and Harold G. Ba lard are up for re-election directors of Maple Leaf Ga dens Ltd., and John Bassett off Uie'list of management noi inees. The company's annual repo and the agenda for the annu meeting, scheduled for Thur day, were released Monday. The company and its subsi( ary, Maple Leaf Hookey Clu had only a slight increase earnings from operations durin the year but net income wa more than doubled by the adc THINGS UNLIMITED CHRISTMAS CARDS Leading brand name. All at Discount Prices All 15% Off TIMEX WATCHES All styles, new ship- ment just in. All 15% Off GREETING CARDS Birthday, Baby Congra- tulations, Weddings, Get Well, Sympathy, AIM 0% Off CHRISTMAS WRAP All at Discount Prices All 15% Off Jon of million from sale franchises. Total revenue wa about million, up by aboi Among items on the agenda a resolution to reduce the num her of directors to nine from 21 A proxy solicitation has bee distributed to shareholders I Mr. Smythe and Mr. Ballari Mr. Smythe now is president o Maple Leaf Hockey Club an Mr. Ballard is executive vice- president. The two men were voted ou as president and executiv vice-president of Maple Lea Gardens Ltd. at a special boar meeting June 27, 1969. They re mained on the board of direc tors. They were subsequent! charged with evading incom taxes and charges against Mr Smythe were dismissed b. Judge Joseph Kelly of Yor County. However, the federa government appealed th judge's ruling and last week Chief Justice Dalton Wells o the Ontario Supreme Court or dered Judge Kelly to proceec with the trial. Mr. Smythe's lawyer, J. J Robinette, announced plans to appeal the Supreme Court deci iion. The annual report shows the company had net earnings from operations of for the year ended Aug. 31, eomparet with for the previous year. Net earnings for the last fis- cal year went to with the addition of from the sale of National Hockey League iranchises in Buffalo, N.Y., anc Vancouver. The Maple Leaf share of the million paid to the league by the expansion earns was from each WHATCHAMACALLITS" p.02 Give someone a laugh for Christmas. Novelty statues with humorous saying. Reg. 2.50 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. OPEN ALL DAY Wednesdays, December 16 ci id 23 We Carry Such Famous Names As SANYO, SEABREEZE, AMPEX, SONEX, SUNBEAM, WESTBEND CHECK OUR LOW Fv'ERYDAY PRICES Cold enemy of troops north 111 UNLIMITED Corner of 4th Avenue and Sth Street S. Phone 328-5614 FORT GREELY, Alaska (CP) Cold, not alien soldiers, was the enemy in Acid Test Three, a joint Canadian American military exercise held recently near this central Alaska train- ing centre. Wilh temperatures usually between 10 and 45 degrees below zero, the more than 700 Canadian soldiers could not have found better conditions to tost new equipment and com- bat techniques in the "bloodless war" that ended Tuesday. Paratroopers jumped into the training area 100 miles south- east of Fairbanks Dec. 7, a day after the "agrcssor force" had ;'lso jumped into the area to ftart off Ihe exercise. The "war'1 the next day with jet fighters simulat- ing bombing and strafing mis- sions. After a week of survival training, "mini battles" and i prisoner exchanges, the "cease fire" nrder was given ami _Sj troops were flown back to their I respective bases. club and was deducted for income tax. Net earnings last year totalled after addition of profit from sale cf some prop- erty. Revenue for the 1970 fiscal year was compared with the previous year. Criniebusters plan outlet iii Canada WASHINGTON (CP) A Washington-based team of spe- cialists who protect business in industry from being infiltrated by organized crime plans open offices in Toronlo and Lo Angeles within a few months. The organization, I n t e r n a tional Intelligence Inc., is close mouthed about its plans, bu gained some unwanted publicit recently with its involvement i the sensational struggle fo power now going on within th jillion-dollar empire of Howar Hughes in Nevada. The Washington Post, i lengthy study of the grou mown as Intertel, describes as a team of high-powered spe- cialists on organized crime. But Intertel officials stres ,hat they are not private detec lives, but consultants. Their aim, says president Robert D Peloquin, is to provide guidanc and information to help legiti mate companies from blunder ing into mergers, joint venture or acquisitions with firms se- cretly controlled by the Mafia or other criminal groups. Officials say the firm now has a branch office in New York bu closed its operations in Pennsylvania. Six more oil firms win group COPENHAGEN (AP) An- ther six Canadian oil, gas and mining firms have joined the anadian American- Danish recnarctic group which plans o drill for oil, gas and minerals northwesternmost Greenland ext year, Greenarctic Chair- aan Joe Milner announced ere Milner made the annoimcc- icnt after he and other Green- representatives met with ficials of the Dnaish Green- and ministry which approved enlargment of the interna- onal consortium that holds sole sploitation rights in a uare-mile area near Thule orth of 74th parallel. In addition to a sur- eying, mapping and drilling oject in that region, the en- rgetf group also plans to spend .8 miiiion Canadian ir. !S7i and 1972 on initial surveys of a wider area in central and north- ern Greenland, Milner said. Original Greenarctic mem- hers include Pondcray Explora-j lion Co. Ltd., which is a C'ana-j dian firm; Manhattan Conlinen-1 tal Development of Angeles and the Danish Interna- tional Mining Co. The newcomers included: Consolidated Canadian Fara- day Ltd., Toronto; Stampede In- ternational Resources Ltd., Vancouver; Guardian Mines Url., Toronto; Fortune Channel Minos Ltd., Vancouver; Iro-j qunis Petroleum Co Ltd.. Mont- real; and Kingswood TOxplora- lions Ltd., Toronto. ;TV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Fugitive, fi p.m., Cli. 7: A Latin-Ameri- can country has exterminated all but one of its priests. Slars Henry SPOUTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., Cli. 13: The Toronto Mi'ple Leafs meet the Pittsburgh Penguins. DKAiWA: Somerset Maugham, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: A re- union between a much-married woman and her estranged daughter becomes touchy when the daughter's suitor casts eyes at momma. With Sarah Badel. DUAMA: Name of the Game, p.m., Cli. 13: A lawyer's flamboyant pre-trial antics and deals arc jeopar- dizing liis client's chances at a fair trial. With Jose Ferrer. SPECIAL: Beethoven's Ninth, Symphony, 9 p-in., Cli. 7: A look at tha life of Beethoven's Vienna, plus a per- formance, directed by Herbert von Karajan, of the su- preme "Choral" symphony. MOVIE: Knock om Any Door, p.m., Cli. 13: A 1949 story about a young slum boy who is defended by a lawyer who grew up in the same environment. With Humphrey Bcgart. MOVIE: My Wife's Husband, p.m., Ch. 7: A French POW returns home to find his wife remarried. Stars Fernandel. THURSDAY SPECIAL: Jack Frost, 10 a.m., Cli. 7: A handsome young man searches for a beautiful maiden in this Russian film, winner of a Grand Prix at the 1985 International Festival of Children's Films. MOVIE: The Juggler, 1 p.m., Cli. 13: Kirk Douglas, portrays a famous juggler who is wanted by the law for for wounding a policeman. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Jean Paulcy The Hour Dinner The Way i See tt MON. THRU THURS. Back to Ihe Bibla Community Bulletin Larrv a-in unir. Brard Donshun Call of Ihe Land John David News, Wlhr., Sports Hor Cattle Prices Tourist Topics Jean pauley Comments Voice of China World Tomorrow CHEC-FM THURSDAY Breakfast With Bruce Farm Show News, Wthr., Sports News News The Way I See It D Stock Market rucr CM McAllister Report LMtC, rM g-on pm-2-oo am Woman's World News Fifteen Minutes to chuck 'Tanner kr cjoc THURSDAY Jim Ellloll Hews, wtlir.. Snort Jack Thy: Hows, Wlhr, Sporl Line Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry mannce Probe 1220 4'-a5 Bob Lan9 Rob Ingram Show News, wthr, Sport World at Six CBR if WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six Request Action Line Larry Donahue The Other Side John David Horn News and Grain Parly Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Age of Elegance Supplement On Mike U-UJ Muslc Rule and Revolution Concern Ideas Network Midnight THURSDAY Eye Opener _. News News World at Eight From The Caalials Commentary Five Nights a News and Weather Mgtmei Week Galloping Gourmet Afternoon Ci Theatrt Gerrusil Actuality Nathan Cohen Morning Concert Consumers Matinee Pratley at Movies Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast ;ert 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 t APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. Sth St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Chonnel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Tcleprobe 7 Our Town Hillbillies (c) Movie: 12-00 Lee Drew's Teleprobe 7 My Wife's Husband Children's Hour Movie: THURSDAY ]-GO Movie- The Fugitive News Three Crooked Men sometset Maughan Mr. Dressup 3-00 Take 30 Beelhoven's Ninth Sesame Street [c) Edge of Night Symphony Canadian .Schools Galloping bnurmet Man at the Centre Friendly Giant Banana Splits (c) News Chez Helene Hillbillies CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY Peyton Place Thought for Day Beat the Clock (cj National News Lucy Show (c) University ol Air Buckshot (c) Wynne's Pad (c) Miss Helen (c) Sand Box lc> Ed Allen Parlons Francals Wild Whirl ol Fashion (c) In Conversation 10-ln Pinrrfl I WEDNESDAY NIGHT News NHL-Toronfo at Pittsburgh Name of the Game File: Seventy (c) Sports Beat '70 News tc) News tc) Movie: Knock On Any Door 7 MO In Conversatlr The Juggler Famous" Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy I Dream of Jeannie (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5i30 Mayherry R.F.D. (c) News Litlle Drummer Boy Bind Crosby Christmas Sp. Hawaii Five-O Kraft Music Hall News Tonight Show THURSDAY Somerset tc) SSuKtoAw As World Turn. Today' Sho.v (ct Days of Our Lives Today in Monlnna 7 he Docfcrs (c) Concentration (c) Another World Ic) Family Af'air (c) R'tu; ri Night (c) Hollywood rJquaies Corner Pyle (c) Jeopardy Mike D Who, What, Where Hi Game News Another World (c) :30 CronKife News NBC Niqhlly NCWS Family Affair KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News (c) News Secret Slorm (c) Captain Kangaroo One Life to Live Dinah Shore (c) Words and Music Jack LnLanne (c) Love is a Many Sale of CnnliirY c Snlendorctt Thing Galloping Gourmet Dark Shadows Woman's World General Hospital World Apart (ci I Hat Girl All Mv Children Bewitched Let's Make a Deaf Dating Garni Nowlywcd Game News (c) News The Governor and J.J. Eddie's Fattier Danny Thomas 7-30 Room Johnny Cash GiOD Cnmnbuii News Dan Auqust (c) DICK Cavott ;