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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Docombor 31, 1970 EDMONTON (CD-Legisla- tion selling up an Alberta po- lice o o m in i s s i o n will be brought before the next session of the legislature, says Attor- ney-General Kdgar Gcrhart. Mr Gerliai-t said the legisla- tion nmv is in the final draft- int; stages ami will generally follow the recommendations of the Maxlcd report. The report, by retired Ed- monton assistant RCJIP Com- missioner iiarry A. Jlaxlcd, recommended the commission be made up of a judge, a se- nior civil servant and a former policeman, responsible only to the attorney general's depart- ment. The commission would bn charged with providing police efficiency, investigate public complaints of police miscon- duct, and make recommenda- tions to tiie government on po- lice standards, selection and training cf police and police- community relations. Mr. Corhart said consulta- tions arc continuing with the police departments of Edmon ton, Calgary, Lclhbridgc, McJi cine Hat and the RCMP on the formation of a training centre or centres for police. CBC stations get licences o OTTAWA (CP) The CBC has b e c n granted a licence for a new frontier television station at Faro, Yukon Territory, the Canadian Kadio Television, Commission announced here. The station will carry CBC programming on a delay basis, running tapes of programs air- ed earlier on the regular nct- The CRTC also approved new CBC low-power radio abroad- cast transmitters for Grand Cache, Alta., and Rae, N.W.T., a n d technical improvements for four similar stations in Brit- ish Columbia at Hope, Williams L a k e, S q u a m i s h and Port Hardy. The CBC was given approval for a new TV rebroadcasting station at Invermere, B.C. 319 8ih ST. S. PHONE 328-5888 WILL BE CLOSED Jan. am have every joy tliat the New Year season brings. EXECUTIVE and STAFF Lefhbridge Miners' Library 733 13th St. N. Phone 327-2708 a------. WEDDING BELLS Movie star Lee Kemick, 33. was mar- ried in London to British di- rector William Rory Gowcns, 30, in a quiet ceremony at the Marylelione registry office. Miss itemick's previous mar- riage lo American televis ion producer Bill Colleran was dissolved in Mexico last year. Miss Rcmick has two children Kate, n, and Matthew, 3, by, her tir.st marriage. Lotteries set ari RED DEER (CP) Legisla- tion requiring licencing Ices and taxation of lotteries in the province will be introduced at the next scssiiu of the Alberta legislature, says Attorney-Gen- eral Edgar Gerhart. He said in an interview that he has advised agencies inter- ested in lotteries of the possibil- ity of such legislation so they can include it in projected costs and revenues. The next session of Uie legis- lature opens Feb. 11. GORILLA CELEBRATES PHILADELPHIA sa, the oldest living gorilla in captivity, celebrated another birthday at the Philadelphia Zoo the other day. He is perhaps older but the party, with a special two pound cake, is for his 35th year in the. mon- key house. LONDON (AP) What's a quarter-inch h i g h, slithers along a sheet of glass and eats chocolate and cabbage? Christopher Hudson's racing worm. Christopher, 15, finds Willie the favorite among the five worms he is training for a big race next month, The winner will claim the title of the world's fastest worm. Young Hudson dug Willie up in the turf near his home in seaside Brighton. The boy is keeping his 12- inch pet on a strict diet of chocolate and cabbage. What- ever worm nutritionists may make of it, Christopher says it increases Willie's speed. Challengers lie's best time across the two- foot glass track is two min- utes 15 seconds. Christopher says that's really steaming a worm. LOS ANGELES (AP) A 300-pound piece of a wing flap assembly fell off a United Air- lines 747 jumbo jetliner on a training flight, but the loss was not discovered until after the plane landed, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Newly arrived aircraft at Los Angeles International Air- port were checked after it was reported that a piece of a plane had torn through the roof of an unoccupied home, the FAA said. LONDON (AP) The purv- eyors of fish and chips are being w a r n e d they must smarten up if they want to keep going. Generations of Englishmen have staved off evening hun- ger by wandering about eat- ing fried fish and potatoes out of a wrapping made of news- There's Still Time To Special Offer! H Ticket holders will ha lowed ______ _ room for two for for this occasion I Why not spend the night in P comfort after the celebra- lions] Doors Open 8 p.m. Dancing 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. FOR E! Rancho's NEW YEAR'S EVE FROLIC EL RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE Ticket Admission Of SJO.OO Each Includes: Dancing lo the music of Calgary's popular Bobby Van Quartet Food Noisemakcrs, Hals, etc. Mayor Mag rath Drive Phone 327-5701 for iickefs! in news papers. Now other attractions, such as hamburgers and t a k e -a w a y packages oi Chinese lood, are competing. Tony Williams, chief of As- sociated Fishers' catering di- vision, says in the Fish Indus- try Review: "The industry must shed its fish and soggy chips in newspaper image if it is to survive." WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) A young man has lost a court battle against eastern daylight time in an attempt to avoid induction into the U.S. Army by having his birthdate changed. Records show that Charles Brinton, 22, of Harmony Crest Del., was born at a.m. EDT Aug. 12, 1948. He petitioned Superior Court to change the time to p.m. eastern standard time Aug. 11. Brinton said in his petition that, under the selective serv- ice lottery, he has been or- dered to report for induction today because of an "erro- neous" assumption he was bora Aug. 12. Judge William Quillan ruled there was no proof of Erin- ton's contention that "by law, custom and usage, the stand- ard for determining the time and date for all occurrences and events for official pur- poses in the state of Delaware is eastern standard time." HARTINGTON, Ont. (CP) Joseph Frape is still trying to figure out what he'll do with the 150-pound airplane propeller he got for Christ- mas. The gift was part of a little game he's been playing with his brother-in-law, Graham MacDonald, a geology profes- sor at Ottawa's Carlcton Uni- versity. Last year, Mr. Frape gave Mr. MacDonald a 15-foot py- thon skin. Mr. Frape played it straight this year and sent a. conventional gift. "I didn't think he could top that snake Mr. Frape, a 61-year-old works depart- in en t superintendent at nearby Kingston said in an in- terview today. Other gift exchanges eluded a swordfish bill Jews emigrate from Russia TEL AVIV (Reuter) I thousand Jews emigrated fron the Soviet Union to Israel dur ing than three time the total of previous such arriv als since the 1967 Arab-Israc war, Arieh Pincus, chairman o the Jewish Agency, said Tue: day. MOOSE OF WONG 252-254 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 327-0844 Holiday Hours; New Year's ive-Dec. 31st 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. New Year's Day-January 1st Open 12 Noon fo 3 a.m. We Wish Yon A Happy IScio Year TORIA CONFECTIONERY 256 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-6244 Holiday Hours; New Year's Eve-Dec. 31st 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Mew Year's Day-January 1st 12 Noon to 12 p.m. t j Wist; lug Yon A Happy New Year HIGHLIGHTS TIlUUSnAY MOV1U: AH Hands On Deck, (i p.m., Cli. 7: Pal1 Boone and Buddy Hackctt star in a zany story of life aboard ship. C03IEDY: Love, American Style, C p.m., Cli. 13: Barbara Ilush and Harry Morgan take their first nervous fling at an extramarital tryst. MOVIE: Chamber of Horrors, 7 p.m., Ch. 0: An insane killer intends to eliminate, those responsible for Ins death sentence. Stars Patrick O'Neal. SPECIAL: CISC Music Special, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Howard Cable and his orchestra and guests Catherine McKinnon and the National Ballet of Canada provide an hour of light entertainment. VARIETY: Dean Martin, p.m., Cli. 13: New Year's Eve guests are Frank Sinatra, Kulh Buzzi and Kay Medfont. MOVIE: Beachhead, p.m., Ch. 7: Four Marines are assigned to locate a French planter and his daughter. With Frank Lovejoy and Tony Curtis. SPECIAL: Conversation with the Prime Minister, p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Trudeau lakes a retrospective look at the troubled year of 1970. SPECIAL: Guy Lombanlo, p.m., Ch. 11: Guy and the Royal Canadians host New York's biggest Mew Year's "art" -it tho Hotel. MOVIE: That Touch of Mink, p.m., Cli. 13: A tycoon (Cary Grant) gets ideas about a working girl (Doris MOVIE: Kiss Me Stupid, a.m., Ch. 7: Dean Martin- and Kim Novak star in a 3364 yarn about sex and marital infidelity. FRIDAY SPORTS: Sugar Bowl, a.m., Cli. 11: The Air Force Falcons meet the Volunteers of Tennessee in the 37th annual Sugar Bowl. SPORTS: Cotton Bowl, a.m., Ch. 13: Notre Dame's Fighting Irish meet the Texas Longhorns in a 1970 rematch of last year's bowl game. SPECIAL: New Year's Messages, p.m., Ch. 7: Tra- ditional seasonal messages from the prime minister and gov- ernor-general. MOVIE: Harvey, p.m., Cli. 13: The famous 1950 com- edy about a man has an invisible a widowed sister v.-ho wanls to have him put away. Stars James Stewart and Josephine Hull. SPECIAL: Rose Bowl, 2-.-I5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Buckeyes of Ohio Stale tangle wiih the Stanford Indians in the 57th bowl game. MOVIE: Speedway, G p.m., Ch. 7: Elvis Presley and Nancy Sinatra star in a romance saga involving a stockcar driver and an internal revenue agent. SPECIAL: Orange Bowl. G p.m., Ch. D: The Tigers of Louisiana Stale University and Nebraska's Cornhuskers tan- gle in the 37th Orange Bowl. VARIETY: Anily Williams, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Flip Wilson, Petula Clark, Sly and the Family Stone, and Bill Haley and the Comets. COMEDY: Laugh-In, S p.m., Cli. 7: Diminutive Sammy Davis Jr. plays a boxer with basketball great Wilt Chamber- lain as his mountain-sized opponent. MOVIE: Doctor in Clover, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Doctors fight it out for choice hospital posts and choice girl friends. Stars Leslie Phillips. MOVIE: Alexander the Great, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1956 re-creation of the life, loves and military campaigns of the brilliant Greek leader. MOVIE: The Harder They Fall, p.m., Ch. 13: A 1956 drama about a man who revolts against the corruption of big-lime boxing. Stars Humphrey Bogart. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Calm- Bowl, Noon, Ch. 8: The Auburn Tigers take on the Mississippi Rebels. RETURN: Curling, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: Start of a curling series pitting top competitors from Canada, the U.S., Scotland and Sweden. SPECIAL: East-West Shrine Game, p.m., Ch. 11: All-star college players meet in the 26th Shrine game. SPECIAL: Sports 70, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Conclusion of a two- parlcr highlighting the Grey Cup, Queen's Plate, World Cup Skiing and other championships. attac CALGARY (CP) Automo- bile insurance companies should be required to justify rate increases expected to he as much as 13 per cent, says Progressive Conservative MLA Bill Dickie. The government should have the pov.'cr to summon company r e p r e sentativcs and request proof that the increases are ne- cessary, he told a service club here. Mr. Dickie criticized the gov- ernment for placing proposed compulsory automobile insur- ance legislation under the guid- ance of Provincial Secretary Ambrose Holowach who is "un- familiar with the complexities of automobile insurance." Highways and Transport Minister Gordon Taylor is the usual government spokesman on such questions, said Mr. Dickie, and he interpreted the change as a lack of confidence in the highways minister. DISCOVERY MADE The cure for pellegra was dis- covered in 1915 by Joseph Gold- berger. 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North News, WIW, Sportl Wayne Barry '3 Barry Soccer Result! THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Request Action 6-00 World at 6 News, Wthr, Sport Line Request Action News anil Grain 9.m Rob sh Rob Ingram Show 1: OS Jack" Thy! Parly JlmREI1tott Snoo News, Wthr., sport 4.K Bob Uarts SSia. "iSf K FR.D.Y N.OHT Wayne Barry World at Six if CHEC i- THURSDAY NIGHT John David Horn Farm and Ranch Tht Way I see It J. D. McAllister Review Dinner Showcase Chuck Tanner Wea her Back to the Bible FRIDAY Total Informatlm Voice ol China Larry Dunamie Maicr News Musical Interlude John David Horn Morning Moloaiel World Tomorrow Noon Larry Donahue Luncheon Date CHEC-FM The Other Side wilh Bruce FRIDAY rf'OO John David Horn (2-15 Farm and Ranch BrcaklJjt with T. D. McAllister Review 6-00 Sir Newj FRIDAY 'NIGHT Weather 6-50 Farm Show 5-30 The Way 1 See New) 7-30 Total Information Dinner Showcase vo5 Potpourri Major News Farm and Ranch 9-05 Woman's World Review H lr 12-00 News, Wlhr, Sport Back io the Bible Major News Saturday Evening, Jan. 2nd 7TP [ING GOES" 4 IViCRibsrs Had Invited Guests! NF.W YEARS EVE TICKETS ON SAuE NOW News, Sports, w'trir. Voice of China 1-05 Tempo World Tomorrow StK. Report Music Major News CHEC-FM Weather Bruce CHEC FM SATURDAY Monday Thru Thursday Breakfast with News Fifteen Minuies to Bruce The Hour Major News SATURDAY Mews fifteen minutel to the hour. Larry Donahus Jchn David Horn 4-00 Chuck Tanner Frank Sherman Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT BBC News Weather Canadian Roundup Tempo Elements of Life Tempo World at Six Supplement Commentary Musical Notebook News and Weather TBA GalloDinu Gourmet Radio Gerrusl! Nathan Cohen News Morning Concert Consumers Matinee Between -Jurselves Mr. Fixit Thursday Music Radio Noon Nallonai News Afternoon Five Nights A School Broadcast Week Matinee Theatre Afternoon Concert Chamber Music Flight Log CBC Winnipeg Orch News Music Past Tempo Midnight FRIDAY NIGHT Rev. Bill Portman Tempo FRIDAY World at SIX Eye Opener Supplement News Projection World at Eight Gene Telpner's Friday From the Capitals Theatre Atlanf Music night SATURDAY Eye Opener News, Sports 6-50 Rev. Bill Portman News, Sports Art Hives Morning Concert News Assignment Alarm Clock Action Set Hicih Noon Sound of Britain High Country Our Native Land May your New Yenr begin with fun, and go on to bring you many rewards. It's a privilege io serve you. FURNITURE TELEVISION APPLIANCES 4ih Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Sky Below Tommy .Hunter CJLH-TV Channel THURSDAY NIGHT M, Corner Pyle Me, The Crowd JJX5 Teleprobe 7 Above Me Movie: Alexander Alovie: All' Hands Davey and Goliath the Great on Deck1 A Little Bit Of Oomph (c) Movie: Beachhead CBC News Hogmenay Movie: KIES Me Slupld FRIDAY Rose Parade Cartoon Mischief Cartoons Prime Ministers and Gov. Gon.'s New Year's Message 2-30 Hews (c) Rose Bowl (c) Take 30 Movie: Speedway Laugh-In SATURDAY Putfnstuff (c) 10'QO Thunderfalrds Ouick Draw Me G raw Keen Ice Uptown-Downtown Wrestling 2-00 Sports VO Saturday's Heroes Bugs Bunny (c) CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) News (c) 9-00 ,j-H Clubtima THURSDAY NIGHT Wynne's Pad [c) Flinrstones. (c) DicK Van Dyke Love American Style (c) News tc) Family Affair Medical Cenlre Dean Martin fc) Miss Helen New Year's Sp. Movie: The FRIDAY Harder They Fall D" SATURDAY University of Air Thought for Day c) Call of the West Cotlcnplckers Our Great Outdoors Sports Digest 1C) TBA Wide World of Sports (cl Mary Tyler Moore (c) KRTV GreaJ Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT Pamlly Affair News Here's Lucy Movie: Chamber o.I Horrors Dean Martin News (c) Tonight Show (c) TBA Rox Humbard's New Year's SATURDAY 7-00 Groovie Goolies Dr. DoolitHe (c) Globetrotters Archies Fun Mooso Scoobcy Doo Tho Monkecs 11-fin and Multlcy (c) Jetsons (c) Gator Bowl Bugs Bunny (c)