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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, February 17, 1977 Judge's impaired driving case may go to new court OTTAWA fCTl The c.iso of Allwrla Supremo C'ourt Justice II. who pleaded guilty j in Calgary Monday lo impaired J driung, now may go before I he newly-formed Canadian Judicial Council, official sources said leclay. The sources snid it is unlikely Justice Minister Olio Lang mil lake action until the council, composed of the country's chief j justices, makes reccmmcmla- j tions. Tho council was created last year lo investigate cases in which a federal judge's behav- ior conies into question. A judfle is appointed on good licliavibr and only be re- moved For cause. This involves an address to both Houses of Parliament. In the past, judges have always resigned before tills procedure was carried out. The council secretary here re- ferred callers to Chief Justice 1C. M. CullHon of Saskatchewan, acting chairman of the council's executive committee. Chief Justice Culu'lon would ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS NO ONi UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED1 PUBUC-UP5TAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, FEB. 17-BRIDGE TOWN TRIO FRIDAY, FEB. 18-BLUES SATURDAY, FEB. 19-4 HITS AND A MISS not comment on whether or not the ciniiici] is likely to act. Mr Justice Rik'y. lil, was ap- pointed Jan. 17, under Hie UlKrd government of former prime minister IjOiu's St. Laur cnl. The justice was fined S 00 after pleading guilty lo im- paired driving in a case arising out uf a minor acddenl in Cal- gary Feb. 3. His driver's licence was suspended for six months. Justice department sciirce.s were reluctant to comment on the case, but that if news reports are correct, Mr. Justice Riley hDs a criminal record tLABOR Find man's body at Red Deer RED DEER (CP) An aut- opsy lias licen ordered after the body of a 21-year-old Edmon- ton man was found in a down- town hotel. RCMP said the body of Dan- iel Ray Lcighlon was found by a hotel employee making a rou- tine room cheek. Police said there was a pos- sibility death was caused by an overdose of the drug metha- done, a preparation used as a substitule for heroin. VISIT ITALY About 33-million foreigners visited Italy in 1971. BEGINS WORK Pierre ValliEres, author of White Niggers of America, speaks Jacques De Serres (center) president of the Mont faurier branch of the Ottawa Social Development Council and council member Claudelte Blais in Mont faurier, 75 miles norlh of Oltawa, when he reported for his first day of work as co-ordinator of a federally-fin- anced winter works project. Hudson mobbed by fans SYDNEY (Rculcr) Film star JTock Hudson arrived in Australia for the first time Tuesday and was mobbed by hundreds of screaming fans. CORNER 2nd AVE, AND 13lh STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment W IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday "VIBRATION" k Saturday "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS EVANGEUSTiC MEETINGS 1 e to ible to a p 1 1 6 1 5th Avenue ond 18th Street North INVITES YOU TO HEAR REV. CARSON MiTCHELL of CALGARY Preaching from God's Holy Word Nightly at p.m. Tonight thru Friday February 16 to 13 Wednesday is "HONOR THE CITY COUNCIL NIGHT" EVERYONE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND EACH SERVICE Woofer Substandards Slight Imperfections Mean BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS BB Luggage by Dominion Gigantic Luggage Clearance: we are proud to ba oble lo offer you substantial savings on this sub- ilandard lop-qualily luggage for men and women during this big pre-spring eventl Each piece is made from beaulifully constructed Marvalitc, on almost indeslruclible material, has an a nodi zed aluminum frame improved, recesspd accidonl-proof loclci sanitized linings and is Canadian made for years of First class travel. Buy today from Do- minion's open stock or these low, low price51 Top fashion shades include: Red, While, Blue, Avocado, Tobaito and Grey. Ladies' Pullman EACH 33.72 Ladies' Wardrobe Fitted Vanity EACH 24.36 Men's 3-Suiter EACH 32.22 EACH 35.96 Ladies' Weekender EACH 27.96 Men's Short Tripper EACH 26.22 Travel in Style With a Wooleo Charge Opon Daily 9 a 6 p.m.; Thursda Friday 9 a.m. to y tin 9 p.m College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive A large section of Ilie crowd at Sydney Airport was made up ot autograph-hunting girls and young mothers with babies in thdr arms. Hudson refused to sign auto- graphs and was hustled into a wailing car by a police body- guard. Earlier at a news conference, he had "Me a sex sym- bol? How could I be at 46''' He arrived en route to Mel- bourne with British actress Ju- liet Mills and American actor Robert Reed lo attend a televi- sion award presentation. PHOENTX, Ariz. (AP) Pablo Casals, 95, a cello vir- tuoso who last in Phoenix in 1901, has accepted an invHalion to conduct a con- cert here March 30. Casals has rarely appeared in the United States because of his long-standing objection lo U.S. recognition of the Franco gov- ernment in Spain, where he was bom and left in self-exile. Takayori Atsumi. principal cellist for the Phoenix Sym- phony, told a local newspaper Tuesday that Casals had con- finned the appearance in a let- ter. YORK (AP) James Lerijie, 21, assistant conductor of ihe Cleveland Orchestra for years, will become principal conductor of the Metropolitan I Opera next year. The appointment was an- nounced Tuesday by the opera company's general manager, Goeran Gentele, and its new music director, Rafael Kuhelik. iMau, 74, killed at Three Hills THREE HfLLS T. Enns, 74, of Linden was killed in a traffic accident on a I rural road near this commum- j ty 50 miles northeast of Cal- jgary. He was one of two occupants in a car which collided with a three ton truck driven by I Robert Eckel of Didslmry. Albert Enns, 47, the other passenger in the car was not seriously injured. No one has the lille of princi- pal conductor at the Met under the present practice of Kudolph Bing, who is retiring as general manager. WHAT'S IN A SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) Tho recently appointed office manager of Uie Sonoma County council on alcoholism is Jiim Miior. House date set ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Tho Newfoundland legislnturfl will open March 1, a spokesman for Premier Frank Moores said today. HOCK HUUSOiV in Australia f x >if FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THE MINERS' MEMBERS and GUESTS ANNUAL FISHING TROPHY PRESENTATIONS at the MINERS Friday, Feb. 18 p.m. ITV HSGHUGHTSl THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: p.m., Cli. 7. Two sis- ters compete for (he title of Rose Bowl Queen. COMEDY: Me and the Chimp, 7 p.m., C'a. 1.1. "Mike's Big Act" tells how a chimp can make a monkey out of a dentist in one easy performance at a PTA show. CHIME DRAMA: Lontfstrecl, p.m., Cli. 13. A pro quarterback, seriously injured for refusing to throw a game, but not interested in nailing the gambler responsible. CRIME DRAMA: O'Hara, Treasury Agent, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. A lonely divorcee who may be (he key lo locating a mys- terious in counterfeit. VARIETY: Dean Martin Show, p.m., Ch. 11 Leslie Uggams, Paul Lynde and comics Norm Crosby and Lonnie Sharr are special guesls, DOCTOR DRAMA: The Hold Ones, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. The story deals with a hard-of hearing recording star, a battered child and the ways that each comes to help the olh'jr. This is a repeat show. SCIENCE FICTION': "War of the p.m., Ch. 7. Special-effect creations ravage the city of Tokyo. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Cli. 13. Twiggy and her manager with film chips from her movie debut "The Boy Friend." FRIDAY MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Buffalo 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Indian battles highlight this story of the famed hunter and scout. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Jeanne 1 p.m., Ch. ]3. The rise and fall of the 1320's stage siar. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programi arc listed by thi radio and teltviilon itaiiani. Any variation In program ichedult It to latt- by the trationi and li not thi nipon- (Iblltty of the Herald ar Anglo Dlctrlbuten Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Conicmporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Beryl Clark d.OQ Jim Shearer Barry Heglsnd Sporls JacK Newleid Checlina CJOC i< THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson World nl 6 Rob Ingram Show Jim Request Action CBC News John WalkEr Show News, Wlhr. Sport Line Phone Bill Show Rob Ingn CHEC _ FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don McMnster Leo Dow Huur uf information John Oliver Beryl Clarfc Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News. 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