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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHMIDGf HEKALD Wednesday, February 10, Air disaster blame spread around I OTTAWA (CP) Mr. Justice I Hugh Gibson of the Exchequer Court of Canada has placed re- sponsibility for the air crash near Toronto last July 5, which took 109 lives, on the pilot and first officer of the Air Canada DC-8 jetliner, the manufacturer, Air Canada and the transport deoartment. The report, prepared by Mr. Justice Hugh Gibson of the Ex- chequer Court of Canada, said the crash would not have hap- pened had Captain Peter Hamil- ton, pilot of the plane, followed the procedures laid down in the Air Can a d a operating manual for aiming the ground spoilers which slow and steady the air- craft after it touches ground. The first officer, Donald Row- land, contributed to the crash by activating the spoilers when RELIEF WORK Relief Work goes on in devastated areas of East Pakistan, recently hit Oy cyclone and tidal waves. Here, sweets are given out to eager youngsters who survived the disaster which killed thousands. gine attachments to the wing, which are supposed to permit the engine to break away from the wing without tearing off win; plates. The wing plates which form he underside of the fuel tank should be strengthened aixl electrical connections should .be designed to separate so that ca- bles do not trail in the path of escaping fuel, he said. Other recommendations: should be good com- 3urple dye may be banned tor marking meat grades OTTAWA (CP) Benzyl vi- olet 4-B, a purple dye used for narking the federal grade on meat, may soon be restricted and possibly banned, health de- kin. The officials say a Experiments with food and Uy dlUVdUIlg W1C apvuctJ J. i_ the aircraft was 60 feet above drug directorate rats indicate ground at Toronto International that the purple synthetic dye Airport, the report said. The re- port was tabled in the Com- mons Tuesday. The manufacturer, McDonnell Douglas, was criticized for per- mitting the spoilers to be oper- ated while the plane was in flight. The report said Air Canada Check report on Collister Abortion rate VICTORIA (CP) Health Minister Ralph Loffmark said lere that on a per capita basis there are more therapeutic abortions performed in British Columbia than anywhere else in m b.L. He told the legislature that up to Dec. 31, 1970, some abortions had been performed in the province. Several smaller hospitals had sought and had been given his department's approval on not h a v e accepted the "defective design feature" in its spoiler system. DEPLOYED IN AIR When the ground spoiler system was deployed while the jel was still in the air. the aircraft lost its lift capability and hit the runway at five times the norma] landing-descent rate. The let's outer right engine tore but not cleanly as i was designed to. It ripped open a fuel tank and exposed live wires. The plane climbed into the air affain and the live wires dan gling in the vaporized fuel set off three mid-air explosions The jet dove nose down into a farmer's field and crashed at a speed of 220 knots. Mr. Justice Gibson recom mended that the ground spoilers be designed so they could not be activated in the sir. At the very least, he said, protective gate should be placet over the spoiler lever in the cockpit which could only be removed by a "separate and. deliberate manual action." This gate could be ;nstalled in air craft now in use. Mr. Justice Gibson also said McDonnell Douglas should reconsider the design of the (CP) Former prime minister John Diefenbaker asked the government yes-terdav to check reports tha the CBC is "trying to get rid of non Canadian voices" in its news services. Mr. Diefenbaker told the Commons that he understands such a move is aimed at Rot Collister, CBC's national af fairs correspondent stationed ir Ottawa, and Gordon Donaldson stationed in Toronto. The former prime ministe said that, if a purge is unde way at CBC it might better tx aimed at "filth" shown by thad luck. DRAMA: The Closed Shop, S p.m., Cli. 7: On the Somerset Maugham series, the head of a country liberalizes :he divorce laws so he can pursue the married woman loves. With Charles Gray. SPECIAL: Oh 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Dinah Christie, Tom Kneebone and Roderick Cook star in TV edition of the Toronto hit, a revue based on Noel Coward's music. VARIETY: Music Hall, 9 p.m., Ch. 9: Eddy Arnold hosts a variety hour, with impressionist David Frye, Marty Bobbins, Loretta Lynn and the Young Americans. DRAMA: Name of the Game, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Robert Wagner and Janet Leigh guest in an episode about an in- vestigation into a restaurant franchise business. THURSDAY MOVIE: Will Success Spoil Rock 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A neurotic copywriter finds himself touted as the world'i greatest lover. Stars Tony Randall and Jayne Mansfield. LISTINGS Pntrani in hod by Hn and Any wttBtkii in ptosrim ichcdulM it tart, nimita miaitl by th. Italian, .nd b ml lh> lr NimU lulw.r Tiln' CHEC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Farm Show Dinner News, Wthr., Sports Bill Brown Malor News Back to the Bible Music with George Voice of China Ferguson Musical Interlude Total Information World Tomorrow Hour a.m. Simulcast Music with Gerry CHEC-FM Givens THURSDAY stock Market THURSDAY Breakfast with Ron rucr CM Rosvoid utihU rm if CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News and Grain Jim Elliott Prices 6-00 News, Wthr-, Sport Jack Thys Party News, Wthr, Sport Line Phone Bill Show 3.30 Matinee Wayne Barry _ Probe 1220 Bob Show News, Wthr, Sport Worid at Six CBR News Fifteen Minufei to The Hour MON. THRU News 15 minutes to tht hour John Henry Oliver Bill Brown Other Side with Jack Davies Bill Brown Chuck Tanner Ron Legge Probe 1220 World at Six Request Action Line Rob Ingram Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Theatre 1 Supplement On Mike Rule and Revolution Concern Ideas Network News ________ News From The Caoitals World at Eight Five Nights a Week Nathan Cohen Morning Concert Consumers Matinee Pratley at tht Movies Radio Noon Afternoon ____ _. School Broadcast News and Weather Matinee Gerrusll Afternoon Concfcrt Age of Elegance Musk Past Midnight THURSDAY Eye Opener BESTWAY TV AND HOME FURNISHINGS CLOSE-OUT SALE CLOSE-OUT PERMIT NO. 889 IN FULL SWING! WE'RE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE EVERYTHING IS PRICED TO SELL! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 0 FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Ave. 5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Movie: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter (c) Our Town Tafce JO Edge of Nlglit j-00 Gailoping Gourmet Banana Splits (c) Calgary Safety Roundup CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Spiderman 11 :JO Movie: Take a Teleprobe 7 Giant Step Movie: THURSDAY WhaPs nsw Mr. Dressup Pussycal (c) Canadian Schools B-00 Somerset Maiiahan Friendly Gianl Noel Coward (c) 10M5 Chez Helene A Tasle of Sesame Street Poison (c) Lee Drew's News Children's Hour CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Lucy Show (c) Dick Van Dyke Day 7-30 University of Air Woman of Ihe at Miss Helen {c) River Sand Box (c) Famous Jury 9-00 Ed Allen Trials 9-15 Parlons Francais Another World {cl Man Trap (e) Trouble with Tracy In Conversation c I Dream of Pierre Berton (c) Jeannie (c) Peylon Pla< News (c) Chicago (c) Name of tha Game (c) Sports Beat "71 News (c) News (c) The Baron In Conversation Wynne's Pad (c) :at the Clock ft) Flintstones KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Salute Apiculture As the World Turns Today sno-v (ci Days of Our Lives Fa'mMy Affair