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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LE1HB8IDGE HERALD Thursday, March 22, 1971 Montana Briefs Ranchers warn about rustlers HELENA (AP) A Ing to ranchers to be on the lookout (or cattle rustlers has been issued by the Montana Stockgrowers Association. The group's executive secre- tary, Mons Teigen, says tliat this is the most active time of the year for lUstlers, when young calves have not yet licen branded. Any suspicious persons or ve- hicles should be reported to au- thorities, and Teigen said the association is continuing to offer lo anyone providing information that leads to arrest and conviction in a cattle theft case. NO LEGAL BINGO HELENA Legal bingo for Montana appears to be unlikely before next year. After two days of fierce House debate, one gaming measure is dead and another in cold storage. Killed was a measure tha' would have allowed bingo and warn- raffles run by religious, chari- able, labor, fraternal and vet- erans groups. The bingo bill sent to a committee for study would also allow bars to have >ingo games. BACK IN COURT BUTTE The Mori ana Farm Bureau is once again taking its challenge of the new Montana constitution lo court. The suit was filed in U.S. Dis- trict Court here by the state Etirm bureau's executive offi- cer, Stanley Burger. He earlier took the challenge lo the Mon- tana Supreme Court, which de- creed that the constitution's ap- proval by the voters met legal tests. The U.S. supreme court later refused to review the state court decision. The Montana Farm Bureau's contention is that the new docu- ment was not approved by a majority of the voters casting ballots in the election last June. Wllli: Chamber Group, Margaret, n Perry, Nancy- and Suum Fader s Sat., March 24 mid March 25 Yates p.m. i, _ THE KELVINATOR APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE NOTHING TO BUY (Details at Smith's) Tailgating Drivers on the Bonaven- ture Auloroule in Montreal were spooked when llifcy noticed a wingless plane being towed by a motor- ist. The driver reach- ed destination before he was stopped for the illegal move. WISHING WELL SALE Color T.V. Appliances CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M Ford recall announced DETROIT (AP) Ford Mo- tor Co. is recalling To- rinos because ol a possible steering mechanism defect. A Ford spokesman sail Wednesday the firm estimates of the recall cars, all 1973 models, do not have a cotter pin installed in the steering linkage The company is recalling Torinos iu the United States, he said, and 176 in Canada and 2aC in Ford's export market to loo' for the suspect autos, Without the pin, a nut rm th steering centrelink-to-idler-arn. connection could drop off, cau: iing impaired steering contro' the spokesman said. No ace dents or injuries have been re- ported as a result of the poten tial problem, he said. Ford also said it is recallin 55 Pintos, also 1973s, to check locking ring which secures tl fuelsender unit to the gas tank the spokesman said. If the rin is not fully engaged, he said, "substantial" loss of fuel cou result. Lang 'a bleeding heart' By RICHARD JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA are going 0 be "no substantial changes" 1 the recently "reformed" Bail let, says Justice Minister Lang. His statement came less than 8 hours after an innocent by- tonder, defending his wife rom molestation, was shot to death during a small-time stSck- up in an Ottawa shop. Two men, free on bail on s irevious weapons charge, now "ace murder counts. Mr. Lang says the govern- ment isn't going to change the Bail Act again "because It would serve no useful purpose." Going back to the old "unre- formed" Bail Act, would not necessarily prevent such kill ings, he insists. MINISTER UPSET But that wasn't anything like the answer he had given in the Commons to Otto Jclinok, for mer Olympic figure skalin] star, and now Conservative M] for the Toronto riding of Hyde Park. Mr. Lang appeared upset b Mr. Jelinek's question a n brushed him off with a curt rej> rimand for having asked it. The question: "In view of yet another n cent murder, this one right her in the National Capital, my con stituents have petitioned me t emand on their behalf, how ,uch longer the government is lanning to allow known poten- al murders, whether on bail or arole, lo roam our streets and ndanger the lives of innocent itizens. I therefore ask the justice minister whether any imme- iate steps are to be taken to make (lie necessary changes in he Bail Reform Act, and-if so vhen can we expect action with vhat changes being It was a hard-nosed question, ind visibly angered by it, Mr. ,ang snapped in reply that it was an entirely "illogical and improper" inquiry, and that il attributed false motivation on :he part of the government. And (hat was all he said in the Commons. CURT RESPONSE The curt response in turn, lr ritaled Mr. Jelinek who mo- ments later emerged from the Commons chamber into the cor ridors of the House to publicly charge the Justice Ministe with being "a weak-kneeti bleeding heart." He wondered how long the government "thinks it can ge away with coddling criminal and endangering the very lives of the taxpayers." Mr. Jelinek recalled that hi recent weeks three Toronto pc licemen have been gunne down, one by an alleged kille [TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Move Over, 8 p.m., Ch. T. A woman, presumed dead, sets out to wreck her husband's raw marriage. COMEDY: George, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. When a candy com- pany decides to do a TV commercial George finds himseU pressed into service as stand-in Jar a temperamental can- ine star. COMEDY: Little People, p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a he-man dad who thinks his non-athletic son is abnormal. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. An all-family show featuring the regulars with the Ernest Flatt dancera and the orchestra of Peter Mats. MOVIE DRAMA: "I Walk The 8 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a hill-country sheriff whose moral fibre is tested by a moonshiner's seductive daughter. MOVIE COMEDY: "Call Her 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A TV-movie about a waitress who takes over the supervision of a fraternity house. REPORT: Here Come the 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. A study o{ Japan and the character of its people. SPOUT: Curling, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of todays action in Regina. MOVIE COMEDY: "Your Money Or Your 1Z mid- night, Ch. T. A happily married couple must divorce each other to obtain a fortune. FRIDAY SIOVI'E COMEDY: "The Family 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Jerry Lewis stars as he mugs his way through seven char- acterizations with an inheritance at stake. ut on bail on a weapons large, and another by an al- ged murderer loose on parole. "The vast majority of Cana- .ians are says Mr. elinek, "but the government oesn't seem to care about that o long as the prisons are com- ortable, their inmates eating jetter than old age pensioners nd enjoying week-end and lioli- ay leaves." As he, in turn, emerged from be Commons chamber, the jus- ice minister was asked if he was satisfied with his reply to Mr. Jelinek. T think I told Km his ques- ion was improper and imperti- replied Mr. Lang, "and t was." MANY Al'IMA' HOME (AP) Ahout [talians apply as contestants on quiz programs of the national radio and television service each year, but only a few hundred are accepted. COLLEGE MALL presents Outdoor Living 73 THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 12nd, 23rd and 24th Come In to the Mall this weekend and see our tremendous display of "Outdoor Living" Furniture, and Sports Equipment on display throughout the Mall. All purpose rally watch Located in Lethbridge at 2025 Mayor Magrath v Drive RODANIA. keeps you on time This practical Rally waicli comes with movable bezel anif black, blue or yellow color dials. Heavy duly type flour mar- kers anil hands for easy reading. Precision-build? jewel Swiss movement, Irtcabloc shock-proiectiort. Tested to a piessure of 165 (eet under water. YOURS FOR Without calendar only Other hmous Rodania Watches {mm to S275.QO available at: On display now at JEWELLERY LTD. COUEGE MAll RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due lo last-minule changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lelnbridge Herald. if CHEC WicGill >nd Allan Bell Conlemporsry News; Doug Marvin Leo Dow _ Fafm We Rememlxr onlemporary Sporl iunday Mornings. .flONDAY thru FRIDAY Nd News Bury! Clark News Farm News Callle Prices News Sporls News Bob Haskelh Checllne Hews Trading Post 11 :OT Leo Dow Jotin Oliver Farm News Sporls Grain Prlcfci Call of the Wild John Oliver CJOC News wilh Bill SkeHon, Rad WWII and Maclean; Farm and Ri Bill Mattiesmj Sport Brent Swly Doug Card Jack FRIDAY 1320 Jim Elliot News, Wlhr, Sport CBC Nom News and Grim 7'iO News, Wlhr, Sport Prices Phone Bill Show Joan Walerfield- TKURSDAY NIGHT Prote 1220 World at John Walker Request Line John Charles Jim Parsons MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Don McfAaster Don 12 noon-6 p.m. Del Mi 12 noon-4 p.m. 6 p.m.-io p.m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. DelI-0 10 p.m.-12 mldMoM SUNDAYS Concerfs, Overtures p.m. and Encores Concert. (Dob Concie) Encores Jim Elliot CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY .IT1.-12 noon _______ Thys John Walter Jack John Probe 122! [Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. Gasthaut Hour (German prog ram I 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-ll midnight Concerts, Overtures end Encores [Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THJR5DAY NIGHT Home Run. BBC News News World al Six As It Happens Myskscope Prairie Chamber Music 1U03CBC Winnipeg Orcheslra The Inner Ear FRIDAY Eye Opener News, Sport! World at Eight From the Capitals Eye Opener Five NIghls a Week This Country Radio Noon Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News 4-ps Home Run BBC NewA World it Six The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monlhly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation practice! lo discipline of fheir regulations! CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlslan Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Or Your Wife Sesame Street Pink Paniter Luncheon Eti Allen Lels Truth or Consequences Klara's Korner Take 30 Edge d Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Sqir :00 Hollywood Squartl CJOC News rmwur Movie: Super Heroes Move Over Darling Plnocchio Carol WUard or Oz Movie: News and Farm Call Her Mom Fads Maude Audubon News Joan Waterfleld CJOC News Mr. Dressup Silver Broom Alberta Schools Reports Friendly Giant Movie: Your Money Cfiez Helene CFCN-TV Uthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Griffin Beat Ihtt Clock Day University of A1r Flmlstrxies 6-30 Romper Room Movie: Canada A.M, Family Jewell Kareen's Somerset Communlly Another World Calendar What's the Good Fashions Sewing Word? Parians Francals Anylhing You George Trouble Vr-itti Tracy Can Do Here Come Ihe 70s Eye Bet Slar Trelc News Life Slyle Doris Day 11 iM Serfon News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Anylhing You Can Do Star TVefc Paul Show