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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____. Saturday, January I, 1971 ffll LETHMIDOI HBAL6 7 NEW DB LOOK Big beauly things these days with Brigette Bardot is freckles lota of phony freckles dabbed nose and cheeks with m i k e u p. A radiant smile completes the new BB look. Ambush police BANGKOK (AP) A band of 20 terrorists killed four Thai po- licemen in, an ambush on a rural road in Fhatlaloung prov- ince Thursday, then wounded eight other officers who came to the aid of their comrades. The terrorists attacked a police jeep with hand gernades, killing four of the five patrol men in the ve- hicle. AQH Football stars get new agent Joe Namath-so what? SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Joe Namath would certain! approve of John Brodie's new agent, Wendie Regalia. But doi." mention Namath the New York Jets' celebrate quarterback, too much arounc Wendie. "I'm out to fight an area of says the blonde divorcee reprt scuts Brodie and four otbe San Franciooo '49ers. She thinks the nation's ad vertising and television indus- tries are too lazy to look pas the locker room of New York and that sports figures outsid that city have been over looked in opportuniites to cap italize on their nation-wilanning." Mr. Foster said he has yet o go before a full cabinet to discuss planning for the uni- rerslty. However, he has re- ected the idea of another um- ersity to be run jointly with Saskatchewan near Lloyd- minster. rirl drowned in toilet bowl during robbery KOUNTZE, Tex. (Reuter) three year Did girl was rowned in a toilet bowl and rer grandmother died with her throat slashed after ttiieves aided an antique shop near his town 65 miles northeast of [ouston. Police said they are seeking t least two men in, conncc- on with the killing of Mabel rtcCormick and her grand- aughter. The men escaped rith an estimated worth f goods from the shop. Taxi driver pooped oiil after ordeal BRANDON (CP) Taxi -iver Jim Pringlc, after a 250- lle trip at knifepoint lo Kcn- Ont., said today he needed couple of days off work be- nusc the harrowing experience eft him "Pooped out." Two juveniles nnve been urged with kidnapping him. Mr. Pringlc, 57, who was robbed of of which was s own, sold Ihc boys, aged and 17, planned lo take the xi to Toronto and make a ring with it there. A lixxl driver for H yenrs, r. Pringlc said he expected be back it work ihortly. Superior Court Judge Goscoe Farley awarded the 30-year-old actress a month token sup- port and custody of her two children by a former marriage who had been adopted by Cur- tis. The pair were married In Paris in 1967 and separated last March 11. Curtis, who boosted Miss RAQUEL WELCH Welch from a bit-part actress to Hollywood's leading sex symbol was not hi court for the two-minute hearing. The joint property to be div- ided equally between them in- cluded a Beverly Hills home, a Rolls-Royce, a Datsun, and their two film production com- panies, Welch Productions and Curtwel Productions. Protesting Ontario judge says pay cut last straw OTTAWA (CP) Even pris- oners must be paid for went they perform, says county court Judge Omer Chartrand. Therefore, the federally-ap- pointed judge said in an inter- view today, he cannot be ex- pected to perform Ontario judi- cial duties for which be is not paid. Judge Chartrand, who serves the Eastern Ontario counties of Prescott and Russell, is refusing to perform marriages, preside at small claims court sessions or deal with chamber matters involving provincial law. The refusal is in protest of a recent cut the Ontario government proposed in the allowances it pays to the 97 county court judges in the province. In the telephone Interview from his Hawkesbury, Ont, home, Judge Chartrand, 59, said that the Ontario addition to a salary from the federal only for services provided in Surro- gate Court. That court deals with wills, estates, disputes between heirs and similar matters. All other provincial judicial functions are performed without pay, the judge said. The salary cut was the last straw. In a Jan. 3 letter to Ontario Attorney-General Allan Law- rence, Judge ChartraDd said "work without pay offends the spirit of tie provincial legisla- tion relating to minimum and fair wage." "The province should practise what it preaches and not force judges to be scabs, and if the province claims to force me to work for nothing, then it is dis- criminatory taxation and I refuse to pay it." In today's interview. Judge Chartrand said one-third of his workload involves provincial law, and two-thirds of that in- volves work' he has hereto pcrformed without pay. He said his case load is "not enor- but a matter of princi- ple was involved. Last month Mr. Lawrence, in announcing the legislation to cut the. judges' allowances, said the system of giving county and Su- preme Court judges extra money dated from a period when their federal salaries were considered too low by the prov- ince. This is not now the case, he said. A justice department spokes- man said in Ottawa today Judge Ohartrand's refusal to perform his provincial duties is a matter between himself and Mr. Law- rence, and is entirely beyond federal jurisdiction. Judge Chartrand, who sits In L'Orignal, Ont., about 50 miles east of Ottawa, was appointed to the bench 10 years ago. Filter system stems oil pollution VANCOUVER (CP) A lo- cal company announced her it has developed a new filter system which it says can stem the flow of industrial oil pollu lion into rivers and lakes. A spokesman for Interne tional Oil-Lok Control Ltd. sai the system is equally effectiv in filtering out crude oil, gas line, turpentine or kerosene. He said the filtration mate- rial is based on a special type of basalt stone which Is coatei by a patented process and the passed through a 900-degree oxygen-free heat reactor I carbonize the coating. "This carbon coating a tracts oil like a the spokesman said. "One ton the product will lock up 800 pounds of oil." Fear 200 dead at arms dump NEW DELHI (AP) A Dacca newspaper reported today that almost 200 persons were feared dead in a terics of explosions in an ammunition dump left by the Pakistan army, United News of India re- ported. The news service said the re- port was in the Bangladesh Ob- server, which said 92 bodies had been recovered in the aftermath of the explosions Thursday. The newspaper said the blasts occurred in Dinajpur district, UNI reported. It said seven of the 300 wounded had died in Di- najpur hospitals. 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A Kmv Inn Sna TONIGHT thru TUES. 1 at and p.m. Game__ SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. About fighting to the top and finding no one Ilieie. 1 An Aj.ntouil InHmjt.ontl SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT and SUN. 2 Shows Tonight at and p.m. Make this Sunday an experience in Gourmet Dining at the El Rancho Motor Hotel! SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Choict of Hot Cokn, Ham, Sauiagtt or Bacon and ADULTS 1 .35 CHILDREN Qfl A UNDEK 19 9U6 AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT BOOK EARLY! Make builntii a pliature Our Buiintti Mtn'i Lunchton wrvtd Monday to Friday a.m. to 2 p.m PHONE 327-5701 MAYOR MAORATH DRIVE tLABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests PARAMOUNT STARTS MONDAY PLAYBOY ran ten well-stacked pages en this film! "A'sort ol'Whit'sNewPussycalT brought up lo loday's level! WMlmf am MCTin TNvietM, MM tiki RESTRICTED ADULT and p.m. aaa'jjjjj Heironvnius mERKIH ,-T-T ever Womet AUftCYHumppo "Can taps Meitin ever forget Mercy Hwppe and find true liappssf Brace ForsytJi Stubby George Jessel. COLLEGE STARTS SUNDAY One show at 8 p.m. SKIPPER TODD DIGS GIRLS IT'S HIS IDEA OF KILLING TIME ENDS TONIGHT "PRIVATE DUTY NURSES" AND "BULLET FOR SANDOVAL" RESTRICTED ADULT Monday I First Show I at 7 p.m. 'HE TODD 'LUNGS NATOHAI. GENERAL TCTWIS PMSENTS Tit KILNGS' ROOCRT LYONS ROIABn THOMAS ntllNOA MONTGOMERY JttCS MOnmtX CIWU HIT NO. 2 "THP DFIVFIK" wilh IflS McQue ;