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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fear outbreak of violence al concert WASHINGTON (RcuLor) A force of 250 police and private security guards will be on duly when the British rock group Rolling Stones stage the biggest pop concert of their United Stales tour here Tuesday night. Authorities fear an outbreak of violence such as has marked mass rock concerts and festi- vals in the past. The tickets for the con- cert have long' been sold. Seat- ing is on a first-come, first- served basis and police fear this could cause trouble. Counterfeit tickets also are reported to be on sale in parts of Washington. Gym destroyed LOUGHEED (CP) Fire destroyed the gymnasium of the junior high school in this com- mimily 90 miles southeast of Edmonton. W- Gov. George Wallace will leave hospital in Silver Springs, Md. Friday to go to the Demo- cratic national convention In Miami Beach, FJa. wilh a way- slop at Montgomery, Ala. Wallace, who has been receiv- ing physical therapy In the hope that he will regain use of his legs, will fly In an air force ambulance plane provided by President Nixon. Wallace has been in hospllal since May 15, when ho was shot at a political rally in nearby Laurel, while campaigning for the Democratic presiden- tial nomination. Harris S. Johnstone of Ottawa and Moose Jaw has been ap- pointed to study possible changes in the Canada Labor Code to allow a shorter work week and different daily work- ing hours for some employees within the federal jurisdiction, the labor department announced loday. Several Canadian industries already are experimenting with three- and four-day work weeks. Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced It is awarding Its Underwood-Pres- cott Memorial Award this year to Dr. Ross A. Chapman, a scientist primarily for establishing Canada's food and'drug regulations. Dr. Chapman, now special ad- viser to Canada's deputy min- ister of national health, Dr. J. M. LcClair, is scheduled to GOVERNOR WALLACE going to Miami receive the award at a cere- mony Sept. 28. Former member of the Le Daln Commission on the non- medical use of drugs, Lawrence Paul Rubin, has been fined for possession of hashish. Rubin, 20, of Winnipeg, Mani- toba Saskatchewan co-ordin- tor for a federal project deal- ing with the non-medical use of drugs, pleaded guilty in Winni- peg. Lake ruled fit for o CALGARY (CP) Environ- ment department officials have ruled that Cheslermere Lake, 25 miles east of the city, is safe for swimming but unfit for drinking without treatment. The lake was declared unfit for either use last year when a high level of baclerial contam- ination was discovered. The lake is fed by an irri- gation canal from the Bow River, which flows through Cal- gary, but the source of contam- ination has not been discovered. Tuesday, July nt 1972 _ LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 I ft I I ifeoti; hotshot makes it big VANCOUVER (CP) That shout, In a rich Scots brogue familiar to thousands of Vancouver radio listeners, hits the airwaves at a new radio location next week. The voice belongs to Jack Webster, who begins his open-line show Tuesday at Vancouver radio station CJOR, lured by one of the richest contracts ever offered a broadcaster hi Canada from his former job at New West- minster's CKNW. Under the new contract, Mr. Webster receives a reported annually, one of the highest figures in Canadian radio, although less ten that bestowed on some of Ameri- can radio's super disc jock- eys. An added bonus for maso- chistic radio listeners is the chance to hear Mr. Webster's pronouncements in the morn- ing, followed by the equally strident Pat Burns, another master of verbal mayhem, without switching a dial. So worried was CJOR about the lightning '.tat could flash wilh two such monstrous egos National gallery buys painting OTTAWA (CP) _ The Na- tional Gallery of Canada has bought the German painlJng The Temptation of Eve for an undisclosed amount. A gallery news release said the painting was acquired through a dealer in London. The picture, by Hans Baldugg Grien, shows the nude body of Eve in the Garden of Eden caught between (he attractions of the serpent and the challenge of death. The painting has been called a masterpiece of Baldung's car- eer and one of the greatest works of the German renais- sance period. stuffed ui Hie same studio the station spent thousands outfit- ting a special studio for Mr. Webster. Radio stalion CKNW has countered with a new open- line program called The In- vestigators, and hired Ed Murphy, who had conducted an o p e n -1 i n e program at CKWX, as anchor man, Wilh him are Art Finlay, who spent four years as backup man to Mr. Webster, and Terry Spence of the New Westmins- ter station's news staff. CKWX has enticed former federal cabinel minister Judy LaMarsh to Vancouver from her practice at St. Cath- arines, Ont. Miss LaMarsh, former min- ister of health and secretary of state in the Liberal admin- istration of Lester B. Pearson, will conduct an open-line pro- gram for a Ihree-monlh trial period, aided by another Lib- eral, veteran broadcaster Barrie Clark, who represents North Vancouver-Seymour In the B.C. legislature. Wilh a face that resembles a clenched fist, peering an- grily at the world from under a thatch of greying hair, Uie 54-year-old Jack Webster bul- lies, slams and skewers listen- ers, guests, callers to the open-line program, the mighty and the who comes into his ken. The son of a Glasgow blue- collar worker left school at 14 to become a reporter. Alter several years working for newspapers In Scotland and England, be arrived in Can- ada and joined The Sun, where he became city editor before leaving after six years. He spent 14 years at CKNW as free-lance writer and broadcaster, with frequent ap- pearances on the CBC's Front Page Challenge TV program. At CJOR, Mr. Webster will have a show weekday mornings, in contrast lo hia gruelling morning and evening shows at CKNW. 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