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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-10,Lethbridge, Alberta French citizens want more police ' _ ^ Í »> By DONAT VALOIS PARIS (CP) ^ Nearly one «f eveiy SO able>bodied makes works for the police and armed forces in Prance, but most French citizens say many moi« than these 700,000 are needed. Tens of thousands of thefts, attacks and rapés were reported last year, particularly in Paris suburbs, police reported. One winter ni^t last year 40 basenient doors were forced open in one town. Newspapers have dubbed these areas “suburbs of fear.” Prime Minister Pierre Mes-smer assured the populace more would be done to combat the crime wave and Raymond Marcellin, minister of the interior, announced in November- that new mobile units and 2,000 policemen would be added to the 124,000-member national police force to patrol streets at night. Criminologists report their chief preoccupation is “urban insecurity.“ not murders and asaassinatlODS—their number has apparenOy itabillnd over the last four oi live years. Many resideoti refuae to go onto the strwtt after 10 p.m. and women besiute to walk into subway stations. . In the wealthier districts, villa dwellers close tbelr shutters early, put iron bars over their doors and nrfuse to op«i for anyone after 10 p.m. The soverhment announced more police stations wouW be constructed where crimes were most frequent and their manpower would b< 1 Aim Bfn« n V ■ ______be increased during the next four to five years.    „ . There are 18.000 Pans policemen. The 68,000-man gendarmerie natiwiale is respon* sible to the armed forces department, not the department of the interior. Although its jurisdiction is°the entire country, most of the men work in rural and semi-urban areas.    ■ Thurtday, Jmiwy 10.1174-THl LfTHMIoat HCRALD-7 Provincial auditor named Metric weather reports to be adopted in 1975 TORONTO (CP> - Metric weather reporting to the public is scheduled to begin in Canada in April, 197&, the chairman of the federal metric commission said today. S. M. Gossage said the first phase wiii be reporting temperatures in Celsius degrees, to be followed a few months later by precipitation and snowfall in millimetres. Still later, wind speeds will be reported in kilometres an hour and visibility in kilometres. Mr. Gossage described the tentative initial timetable for Canada's conversion to the mclric system at a luncheon of the Canadian Club of Toron- WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods WUIbfthaldat Green Acres DrivO'In : On Mayor Magrath Or., '' --tferfihg Oysters Hkll but . Shrimp Salmon sMpked fish Thurs., Fri., Jan. 10.11 .. From 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Aak For Pricalot and Sehadula Friday and Saturday the “Frankly Brothers AT THE MINERS’ 733-13th St. N. Membera and tnvitad Guaata Only! ADULT SKATING CLASSES Co-sponsondby(hi CommiMiìty Services Department City Of Lethbridge ifld Lethbridee Figure Skating Club    , (Figura Skatn not raqulrtd) The program will consist of ten (10) 1'/4 hour sessions, with classes for beginners and those who wish to learn all levels of basic skating. There will also be instruction for those wishing to learn the basics of figure skating and ice dancing. Professional instruction will be provided by the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club. Whara? ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Whan?    .    , Sunday evenings from 8:00-9:30 p.m. commercing January 13, 1974 and continuing through to Sunday, March 16, 1974. Ragiatratlon? Registrations for the above program will be taken on the night of the first class, Sunday, January 13, 1974 at the Adams Park Ice Centre from 7:30 to 8:3C p.m. The registration fee will be Se.OO per person for ten (10) sessions. For further information, please contact the Community Services Department office at 328-2341, Extension 256, or 328-7146. EDMONTON (CP) - D. W. Rogm, 51, acting provinciil auditor for the Uit year, bat been named provincial auditor, Premier Peter 4 Lougheed announced today. SUCCEED HUCKVAL£ Mr. Rogen was amiitted acting provincial auditor at the start of last year when C. J. Huckvale retired. Before that appointment, he served six years as auistant auditor responsible for Alberta'* computer-data centre. Mr. Rogers was bom in England. A member Of the Canadian and Alberta institutes of Chartered Accountants and the Canadian Information Processing Society, he joined the audit branch In 1*M. Pay hiked CALGARY (CP) - A saUry agreement giving University of Calgary faculty members an average increase of 1.1 per cent in uie 1974-75 academic year which begins July 1 was ratified yester^y. Although individual salaries will vary according to merit assessments, the minimum annual pay for an instructor will increase to $10,225 from 19,500. to 113,200 from 112,350 for assistant profe^rs, to $17.300 from J16.2T5 for associate professors and to «22,950 from $21,675 for professors. paramount SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY 2;1S P.M. DOORS OPEN AT 1:1 S P.M. to. He said the grain handling industry is planning for conversion during the 1976-77 crop year. Provincial highways departments have plans for conversion of all factors involved in highways during the period 1975-79.    ■ . Included in the highway plans is a project for changing speed limits and road signs in Septeiiiber, 1977, doing it in a coordinated way. Mr. Gossage said Catiadian hospitals “are far advanced in their internal conversion and pharmaceuticals such as toothpaste' now are being sold in metric sizes." A light snack before the show AM Kabah, part of a road show called a World Actually Kabah. an Australian, has ijeen eatinp Festival of Magic and Occult which opened in llghtbulbs and puncturing his tongue with daggers Ottawa, indulges in a light snack before the show, for 25 years. It’s all part of his stage act of course. i Ride in the Great Automobile Race that vtill keep you on the edge of your seat. Golden Globe awards Horror mOvie tops nominations HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) -The horror film The Exorcist received seven nominations yesterday for the Hollywood Foreign Press, ^sociation’s Golden. Globe awards with J^sus Christ Superstar getting six. The Exorcist won nominations for best drama, actress Ellen Burstyn, supporting actress Linda Blair—who was also nominated most promising newcomer—director William Friedkin, screen writer WilUam Blatty and supporting actor Max von Sydow. The awards ceremonies will be held heré Jan. 26. Jesus Christ Superstar received nominations for its three leads—teddy Neely as records and winning five Olympic gold medals. He Jesus Christ. Carl Anderson Jewels stolen NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) — About $4,000 in jewelry was stolen from the hotel room of singing star Pattie Page while she appeared Sunday night in 'the- hotel's night club, police said today. Miss Page told police she left her room at 7:30 p.m., locked the door and returned about 2:30 a.m.    ■ Officers said the room was still loclced when she returned, but a suitcase was open and nine articles — including two wrist watches, two rings and two chains — were missing. as Judas and Yvonne Elliman as Mary Magdalene. Runners-up in the nominations were Cinderella Liberty with five. Paper Moon vritti five, American Graffiti with . four and A Touch of Class with four. las VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -Johnny    (Tarzan) Weissmuller, who swam and swung his way to fame, plans to donate all his swimming memorabilia to retarded children, in the United States. Confined to hospital here with a broken hip and a serious cardiac condition, Weissmuller’s spirits were reported low until he got a letter from the children of school' for the retarded in Maine.    . Ed Gallagher, son-in-law of , the man who played Tarzan in the movies, said the letter asking Weissmuller to please send another lock of hair and sketch of his hands "really gave him something to hold onto and he decided to go the kids one better.” Gallagher outlined a plan to send the trophies on a touring exhibit to retarded children’s homes. He said if that doesn’t prove feasible, Weissmuller will give the collection to the Joseph P. Kennedy Junior Foundation for Retarded Children in Washington. Weissmuller^, now 69, retired from swimming at the age of 25 after setting 67 world played Tarzan in 12 movies. Doctors report he’s improving, but they say they don’t know when he’ll be released from the hospital. MOSCOW (AP) - Pianist Lev Oborin, for many years a professor at the Moscow Conservatory, has died at 66 after Seek ban a severe illness, the newspaper Vechemaya Moskva reports. Oborin, who gave many concerts in the West, was the first to perform major works of Soviet composers such as Aram Khachaturyan and Sergei Prokofiev. FAMILY BIcBddeifs Amazing iTíflirÍM    ^|tK*rnrrly'ivsiiJX‘M>l)iLsi í REDSKELTOlílSALLYFORR^MACDONALD CAREY SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON — Mayfair Theatre "THE DARING DOBERMANS” in color. Starrina Charles .Knox Rotilnson, David Moses and Joan Caulfield. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 10, 11 and 12. Thursday show at 8:15 p.m. family. MILK RIVER — Sunland Theatre ■'HOSPITAL" in coior. Starring George C. Scott. Thursday and Friday, January 1^0 and 11. Thursday show at 8:30 p.m. ADULT — NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK —Fox Theatre "SOUNDER" in color. A compassionate and loving film atjout being black in America. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 10, 11 and 12. Thursday show at 8:15 p.m. FAMILY.    _ on spray products WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Comihission has announced it will iiold a public hearing next month on a petition requesting a ban on certain aerosol spray products used in the hom^. : ; .ilie petition was filed by t^ Centre for Sciience in the Public Interest, a non-profit consumer organization, urging that "all toxic and unsafe aerosol products” be removed from the market and that manufacturers be required to test their sprays for possible health hazards before marketing them. The petition said that more than 2.5 billion aerosol products are produced in the U.S. each year, and that about 95 per cent of Americans comc in contact with an aerosol product daily although “most are quite unaware of health and safety dangers of these materials and their containers.” Many materials in aerosol sprays are toxic and potentially hazardous to health while containers pose the risk of explosion if heated, the petition said. JUNILT-NOTSUITUU fORGMUMtEN paramount NOW SHOWING THRU SAT. AT 7:00-9:10 p.m. Hitler ordered it, TheVatican wouldn’t stop it The world will never forgive it CiHLIWfiíBTíi nCHRRD BURim ■tie THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS StEING AND TALKING ABOUT ADULT It was the time of makin' out and cruisin' paramount cinema NOW SHOWING THRU SUNDAY ADULT college cinema tUTUUMtlfil tmmmm MU en POSITIVELY LAST TIMES TONITE EKEGUTIUE ñCTIOBI Show Times Thursday, Junuary 10 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Sublects: 7:00 9:05 MASSACRE IN ROME: 7:20 9:30 LAST COMPLÈTE SHOW: 9:05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjecis: 7:15 9:30 AMERICAN GRAFFITI: 7:40 10:00 last complete SHOW: 9:30 ADULT entertainment COLLEQE CINEMA Short Subiects: 7:00 9;0S EXECUTIVE ACTION: 7:35 9:40 LAST complete SHOW: 9:05 adult entertainment COMMUNITY SERVICES DEP/WTMENT-CITY OF LiTHMIOBE PUBLIC SWWIMING, SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE . fKNit- Thirt.. jM. 10 Fri.. Jim. 11 SM.. Jm. 12 Sh.. jm. 13 Man.. Jin. 14 ,!■ 'i.virn i.Hl iM- only) 1 ? nn 1 00 p '*1 F«rnsnt pggi Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12:00-1:00 p.m. PUBLIC SWIM 7:30-9:30 p.m. Public S*im 1:00-5:00 p.m. PUBLIC SWIM 1:00-5:00 p.m, FAMILY SWIM 6:00-8:00 p.m. HMKNOII PJM ICE PuBlic SKating 7:00-9:00 D.m. PUBLIC skating 2:00-4:00 p.m. FREE Public SKaiing 4:00-5:30 p.m. ADAMS tCECENTKE mothers *rtd PftE-SCHOOLERS free SKAT6 10:00-13:00 NOOn PUBLIC SKATE 7:0O-S:3O p.m. Public Skaie ? no -1 00 p m. fiiji.;niT\urS Sk3t6 1:00*^00 p.m. Piihhc Skale :iOO - 5:00 p.m. Family Skating 6:00-7:30 p m tmcKi CBITK Ff« Public SkATinfl 4:00-5:30 p.m. p.iiili,- <ik,i[in9 S:00-1i>:M p.m. Beginners Sk*ting 1:00-2:30 p.m. Public SkWiog 3:00-5:00 p.m. m MIMMI 1 nn .! 10 p m 1:00-4:30 p.m. CLOSED i:00-S:00 p.m. CLOSED college ' ema It’s abotit the first time you fall in love. Starts Tomorrow At 7:00 and 9:10 p.m. Elliott KMlnerprcM'nis“Jeremy"    « * Wrtltm and Direcled bv Arthur B*rron Sianini; Robby Benson iniToducir^ Glynni* O’Connor Music hy Lee HoiJridge Pfoduwl by George P«ppw Ni K w i'A i'i. li ft R Ü H i V b- « ccrii ;