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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, December 18, 1970 Drop in coroners netWOrk prepared ICI'J .Magis- trates will replace coroners at inquests when provisions of tlie Manitoba Fatality Inquiries Aet come into effect I'Vb. I, Attor- ney-General A. II. .Madding an- nounced here. The act, passed at the last session of the legislature, also abolished coroner's juries, giv- ing responsibility to the magis- trate to determine the cause of the- death under investigation. to aid election candidates OTTAWA (CIJ) Campbell, vice-president f o r marketing with the CTV net- work, says he would he pre- pared to recommend that the private network make available advertising spots at the lowest commercial rales for all recog- nized candidates in federal elec- tion campaigns. LUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Evening IH THE CLUBROOMS "JOE LOWERY" Members and Invited Guestsi NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS ON SAtE NOW I'niliM- the current assurance lliat the network candidates must pay the going j would accept it. commercial rates for such ad- voriiyt'inents. The publicly- owned CBC makes a certain amount of free time available for election broadcasts but the network does not sell time, Air. Campbell told the special Commons committee on election .prases he hoped that if such an a r r a n g e m e n t could be worked out, the government would ask the federal broadcast regulatory agency to consider political announcements as non-commercial messages. Regulations of die Canadian Commission now allow only five commercial breaks an hour in regular pro- gramming. -Mr. Campbell said that if this i i cv-uiiuiiviiu uitiL oil tico regulation was continued, ivcn Umc ele broadcasters would have to was ,ike' a horse racc ffl i I pre-empt paid-for ads to insert J political messages. lie said the ads should be one I minute or less. Mr. Campbell stressed in a later interview that he had only the authority to recommend his j proposal to the 12-station CTV j network. He could not say with But D. McGregor, presi- dent of I he Canadian Associa- tion of Broadcasters, said the C.A.I3. supports Mr. Campbell's idea. The C.A.B. represents most private broadcasters m Canada. The committee is studying the problems involved in making certain no serious candidate in a federal election is discouraged by the costs of a campaign and ways of guaranteeing each can- didate access to the media. The CBC usually allows four hours free time in a federal campaign, with (JO per cent going to the party in power and 40 per cent of the time'divided among opposition parties- Mr, Campbell said he would recommend that all parties be election here everyone should start from equal basis. INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns For Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide St. E.F Dept, (g Toronto 1, Ontario MATERNAL MIX-UP MORRISON, Wales (CP) Baby mix-ups in maternity hos- pitals are sometimes unavoid- able, a Glamorganshire medical committee decided after sever- al mothers had been given wrong babies in local hospitals. The committee recommended that every new born babe be tagged with a colored plastic bracelet. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-76841 IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR John Wayne's new movie, that is. Appearing with the veteran actor, will be two of his sons. Eight-year-old John Ethan, top right, will play Wayne's grandson, while Patrick, 31, bottom will keep his real-life family role. Another son, Michael, 36, will remain behind the scenes as producer of the film, a Western, naturally. 1100 Czechlettei termed ABOVE AM) BELO'VF Ancient seafood sauce: 6 Babbled. 12 box. 17 Conceal. 21 Absalom's cousin. 22 Thin scaie, 23 Meredith's of the Crosswjys." 24 Portuguese weight. 25 Use every method possible, 28 June 6, '44. 29 Type of nail, 30 Mortgage. 31 Suburb of Paris. 32 Reach effectively. 33 Fall behind. 34 Curve. 35 S. American wildcat, 37 Spatter. 38 Component, 40 In a trice. 41 Source of illegal "trips." 1 Speculate, 2 Lacking ethical sensibility. 3 Devastate. A Second. hand, 5 Persian fish: myth. S Lamenta- tion, 7 Stormed, S So be it. 9 Stannum. 10 Last Span- ish queen. 11 Tea dance. 12 T3 Ananias. 14 Vetch seed. 15 Picnic nuisances. ACROSS 44 Purpose. 72 Furrow Gardner. 73 Victi 43 Convened anew. 40 Prison official. 51 Ventilate. 52 Disorder of wines, 56 Molnar play, 57 Roman year. 53 Use. 59 Pledge, 60 Bad guy. 61 Intolerant one. S2 Mood. 63 De Gaulle's birthplace. 64 Upper regions of space, 65 Faction, 65 Sicilian city. 67 Mine roof. 63 Tone down x color. 69 Tree of the trumpet- creeper family. 16 Stadium exclamation. 17 Diffident. 18Song hit of 1939, 19 Vamoose kitty! 20 "Moon Mullins" character. 25 Italian form of Helen. 27 Lawman: abbr. 32 "The High and the Mighty" author. 3-1 Oblique. 35 Regardless of obstacles. 74 Set of three dogs. 76 Symbol of fitubborness. !7 Italian isle: abbr. 78 Snuggled. SO Polish arta measure. 31 r.iuse of Jove poetry, SSHartebcest. 84 Goober S5 Gnarl: obs. 36 Guided. 57 Josip Bror, 58 Order. 90 a star. 91 Hunting don of old. 92 metal. 935. African Dutchman. 9-! French nainter. 95 Dutch cheese. 96 Unmarriefl. 37 Letter. 92 Actress Jean 39 Jot down. 36 Garden implement user. 37 Per 39 Giulietta 40 Resolve, 42 English penny: si. 43 Less damp, 45 Little boy: Sp. 46 Hurry along. 48 Land properly. Veau aria from 52 Grotto, 63 Broad street. 100 Lamprey: Old Eng. 101 Become complex. 103 Burmese knife. 104 So that's how you do it! 105 Coerce: 109 Peel. 110 Potables. 112 Vexed. 113 Rathrr than. 114 Metallic bolt. 115 Food. 119 Heroic narrative. 120 Presently. 121 European river. 122 There's no gainsaying. 126 Serve tea. "27 Fem. name. 128 Venerate, 129 Thorax. 130 Different. 131 Verse form. 132 Become infuriated. in your eye." 54 Dear Lord! 55 Balanced, 56 Type of water lily, 57 Verdi war 60 Rhine town famed in W.W. II. 61 Morsel. penates, 65 French drawing room. 69 Include for a share of. 70 Type of crayon, 7! Smalt cavity. 73 Drama. 75 Fielder's folly. 76 Sana Gene." 79 Womanly weapon. 50 Notes on the Hebrew O.T, 82 Pertain. 83 Expiated. and dined, 88 Snoozing away. 89 Yellow one symbolizes jealousy. 90 Entangle- ment. 92 "The Red House Mystery" author. 94Vyrest. 95 Gaelic. 96 investigate. 98 Forwarded. 931959 Oscar- winner, Shelley. 102 "Lucky 105 Dirtied. 105 Drinking spree. 107 Excite. 108 Old World mammals. 111 Adjective- forming suffix. 112 Pinnacle. 114Cigar: si, 115 Fallacy. 116 Tease. 117 Small lizard. 118 Soccer great, 119 Always, 120 Tennis net, 122 Leg. 123 Scottish river. 124 Adam's rib. gimmick TORONTO (CP) An official r charges of illegal presence of the Czechoslovak National I abroad should be ignored be- Association of Canada said Cau6c thcy are a gimmick today letters In fV" get money for tho Czech gov- grants asking them to remit a eminent." Q I1 ny Archibald V. Mcl.eca 3. A Dili PAUKFJC 1'AJHJV TKWCB PAVIVI'J I'AVBBJY PAWFFJY PAJJCJ PAWBCI Milt Hammer Last M'ctfc's Cryptogram 1. Palindrome oF lament: Woe! my raw reviled pal, no faftltff, felt eat on delivery wary meow, 2. liatl news nl powwow: :etcn juxtaposed picnic boxes caused Xavajos to sue FicW Enterprises, luc.i 1970 Firm fined for illegal wheat entry HANNA (CP) Ross Rel- man, owner of the Cereal, Alia., Auction Market Lid., was fined 5300 Wednesday on three charges of illegally trans- porting wheat, from Saskatch- ewan to Alberta. The fine was levied against Reiman, who owns grain-haul- ing trucks, by Magistrate J. E. Deny. Tho charge uas laid under Scclion of Mie Canadian Wheat Board Act which states "DO person other than the lo he transported from one province to another, wheat or wheat products owned by a person other than the board." Relmaii's truck was seized and impounded by RCMP at Coronation near Hanna for five days when (he incident oc-j currcd last July. Magistral c Dcrry said thai although there was some dis- pute by defence counsel that (he wheat originated m Sask- atchewan, he was "quite" sure" the wheat came across. lie said the question of as- sessing a penally was a diffi- cult one in view of "the con- Iroversy over the disposal of surplus grain generated in the[ press and by farm groups." Hanna is about miles northeast of Calgary, I HIGHLIGHTS; FK1DAY MOVIE: The Unforgivcn, G p.m., Cli. 7: An old man claims a white girl is actually a kidnapped Indian. Stars Burl Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn. MOVIE: The Ulan Who Wanted to Live Forever, p.m., Cli. It: Filmed in IJie Canadian Rockies, a drama about a billionaire who guides an isolated medical study of immortality. Stars Burl Ives. VARIETY: Andy Williams, 7 p.m., Cli. 1.1: Guests are Andy's estranged wife, Claudine Longct, Bob Keeshan (Cap- tain Kangaroo) and actor John Astin. MOVIE: Once a Thief, 7 p.m., Cli. 9: Alain Delon and Ann-Margret star in the story of an ex-con tries to go straight despite a policeman's vendetta. MOVIE: The Love 8 p.m., Ch. 13: The publisher of a bird journal becomes a pigeon for a con man who needs a front for his pornography business. Stars Don Knotte. SPECIAL: The Motown Sound, 9 p.m-, Ch. II: Stars to- night are Smokey Hobinson and the Miracles, the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, the Temptations and Fran Jeffries. MOVIE: Just for You, p.m., Ch. 13: A Broadway man's preoccupation with his career has alienated his fam- ily. Stars Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Sun Bowl, 11 a.m., Ch. 9: The Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech meet Texas Tech's Red Riders in the 36th annual event. SPECIAL: Football, 1 D.m., Ch. 11: The New York Jets meet the Baltimore Colls. SPORTS: Curling, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of the 1970 Canadian and World curling championships. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m-, Ch. 13: An international figure skating exhibition, plus the International Toboggan Championships. FRIDAY NIGHT World at six Request Action Line FRIDAY NIGHT The' Way I See It Dinner Showcase Farm find Ranch Review Back to the Bible J. D. Voice of China McAllister World Tomorrow Frank Music Sherman CHEC-FM Bruce CJOC if Rob Ingram Show Wayne Barry SATURDAY News News Wayne Barry News, Wlhr, Sports Soccer Result! fr CHEC Larry Donahue The Other John Davi Horn with Bruce Farm and Ranch Side Review d Weather Major Ncwi Potpourri Sports Major Mews News ttfreen mlnuti the hour. FRIDAY Larry Donahue John Horn SATURDAY Breakfast with Bruce Major News to Farm and Ranch mation Weather Total I, Major l._ ._ David Morning Melodies Luncheon Date CBR Radio 1010 SATURDAY CHEC-FM News fifteen mlnufej to the hour. Larry Donahue John David Horn Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman Calgary FRIDAY NtGHT Tempo World aT Six Supplement Major Projection Gene Telpncr's Musical Notebook TBA Radio Free Friday From the Capitals Art Hives Theatre fl.03 Morning Concert Atlantic Symphony Music Past Mid- B-30 News night Assignment SATURDAY Alarm Clock Eye Opener Action Sel NPWS Innrtt Noon 6.30 News, Sports Sound of Britain Rev. Bill Portman Hjgh Couniry News, Sports Our Native Land CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER 12 INCH PORTABLE TV 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO 35.00 125.00 10.00 OPEN Tltt 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES t TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5lh St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Chonnel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY NIGHT Movie: Keen I Hillbillies 'sATURDaV TeleprobB 7 Thunderbirds Movie: Splderman TUB1 Unforglven (c) Pulfnstulf (c) Laugh-In (c) Pinnochio and Oz Tommy Hunter (c) Quick Draw Hawaii Five 0 (c) McGraw (c) News 11-00 Editor Looks ot Tcleprobe Aulhors (c) Up Town Down Town wreslling Universaide '70 Brier World i.ur- ling Championships Saturday's Heroes (c) Bugs Bunny (cl CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TONIGHT (FRIDAY) Wynne's PaiJ (c) FIJnlslonM M Oil1- Come Together News (c) Andy Willii Movie: In SATURDAY Tdouaht lor the Day News (c) 8-00 4-H Clubtime (c) (c) Batman (c) Underdog (c) The Love God (c) Krddros on F.D.I. Kamera (c) News Marc's Music News fc) Shop {c) _____ Movie: Secret Service (c) Mary Tyler Just for You (c) Animal World (c) Moore (c) Wrestling call of the West (c) Window on Rrifflin (t) Roy-VrwintoV 'Fair Jumping Compet- ition (c) Sports Digest (c) Ojr Great Ouldoors (c) Wide World of Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} FRIDAY NIGHT Dorli Day (c) News (c) Head Master Movie: Once f> ThkT Ironside News Toninht (c] SATURDAY Groovic GooliCS Dr. pooliltle (c) Globetrotters Sun Bowl Texas vs Georqia (c) Tom Foolery Bugs Bunny (c) Pink Panther Archies Fun Mouse New; Scooboy Don News (c) The Monkecs Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT FIRDAY NIGHT Dick Ciivott Mews SATURDAY 6-00 Brady Bunch (r) Dragon and Movie: The Man Mr. Toad Who Wanted to Motor Mouse Livo Forever (c) L.inedot -in B-00 Marcus Wclhy (c) fiiflO Jerry Lewis Tho Smokey Rob- Here Como t inson Show (c) Double Dsck' News Hot Wnneis Immortal (e> Sky Itawkft Hardy Boys American Band Stand Wide World of Sporis 1-CO NFL New York Jnls at Baltimore Killy Challenge Nanny and The Professor (c) Parlridga Family ;