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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBRIBCE HERALD Solurtlny, November 7, 1770 an To Cost Millions BIU'SSKI.S (AI-') Kxpcrls from countries of the North At- lantic Alliance agreed Friday that intentional oil spills in the sea should he eliminated the The origiiuil propi'sitf iiuule JUomi'iv ''fhn A. V'olpc, United Sales secretary of transportation, at the slart of the week-long conference. A U.S. expert estimated that ships pumping oily bilge and ballast into the sea account for mil- lion tons of oil pollution a ys-ar. Accidental spills account for Anne's Escort He Siscs Up His Dates LONDON (AP'> Princess Anne's mo.4 fn.'qw.'ni escort told today how he sizes up girls. Sandy Harper, sugar broker, stirred new talks of a possible romance when, resplendent in beads and open-neck he took Anne yesterday to a play with a nude --K-I no. Abelard and lleloisc. The San savs Harper, son of a lieutenant cdlone! plays polo with father, EXTRA INCOME I in your spore time ft I INCOME TAX COURSE Teaches ycy !o prepare in j come tax returns for clients- I (or detoils writo CANADIAN SCHOOl I OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adelaide Si. E., Toronlo, Ont. I No, 16 Prince Philip, is a "strong contender for royal mar- riage.'1 "I lead a very ordinary life really." he told a reporter. Sandy wouldn't talk about his dates with not fair to drag the princess into any he gave some of his views on girl- friends and marriage: "I take out a lot of girls. T here have been a feu' steadies in the past but it'.. never worked out.'' About marriage: "Most peo- ple I know think between 2G ami is a good age to wed." But, he emphasized: "I'm not a rich jet set playboy. I have neither the time nor the money. I have to work to live." Leng-haired Sandy has squired the 20-year-oki prin- cess to clubs and theatres for several months. much less, an estimated million tons. Eliminating deliberate spills will require the spending of hundreds of millions ot dollars. Rear-Admiral H. M, tktwards ot I the U.S. Coast Guard told a [news conference that the U.S. expects oil companies lo shoul- ider most ot the cost of shore j eejuipment to take off the oily water that tankers use as bal- last. Only six tankers able to use "clean ballast" ai'2 reported under construction. Edwards said there was no way of get- ting any others built before 1876, "if you paid all the money in the CITES REASONS Earlier in the conference, Harry, vice-chairman of the Canadian Defence Research Board, told delegates oil spills were often due to "stupidity, negligence, and in some cases cupidity." S'heffer, part of a 20-member Canadian delegation urged es- tablishment of the principle that "when there is pollution, the polluter must pay." Two members of the Cana- dian delegation, Dr. Clive Mason of the Bedford Institute at Dartmouth, N.S. and Dr. Alan McLean of Nova Scotia Technical College, were in- volved in the cleanup in Cheda- bucto Bay following the serious oil spill off Nova Scotia earlier this year. That accident occurred when the Libcrian tanker Arrow went aground. The experts agreed here lo urge a special meeting next year of the assembly of the In- ternational Maritime Consulta- t i v e more work on spills. They said they would encourage govern- ments to act on recommenda- tions made at a meeting last veur. 0 WE'VE GOT THE BEST PRICES IN TOWN THE BEST SERVICE AND ARE NOW BUIIDING THE BEST REPUTATION VOU'Ll BE 1OOKED AFTER PROPERLY WHEN YOU CON- SULT THE EXPERTS. SPECIALISTS IN FLAT TOP, ACOUSTIC AND CLASSIC GUITARS. Cor. 3rd Avenue ona 13m Street South Man Admits He Caused Ship Mishap KRISTIANSAND, Norway (Reuters) A man told police today he grabbed a handle to steady himself aboard a tanker and accidentally released deadly carbon dioxide gas which killed 12 Norwegian ship- yard workers in the engine room. Thirty-nine other men work- ing on the tanker Poflo were affected, some of them seriously, by tits' fumes which came from a fire-extin- guishing system. Police Chief Anders Eckhoff said the man was welding near a safety box controlling the gas sprinkler system when he steadied himself by grasping the main handle. He heard a hissing sound and immediately corrected the handle's position. After a sleepless night, the roan reported to the police, greatly depressed, and now is in a hospital, the police chief said. Identification of the man was limited to his age, 27. Brig. Cooper Co-Ordiuates Royal Visit OTTAWA BrigadCT- General P. S. Coopsr, 55, has been appointed Canadian secre- tary to the Queen and federal co-ordinator for the royal visit to British Columbia next May as part of the province's cen- tennial celebrations. Gen. Cooper, a native of Re- velstoke, B.C., was federal co- ordinator for last July's royal visit to the Northwest Terri- tories and Manitoba. He re- tired from the forces in 1969. Bufte Located in the Heart of the Lethbridge Northern irrigation District Enjoy the friendliness and peace of a small town which has all the comforts and services found in a larger city Present population IS short minutes to the new site of the University of Lethbridge Churches f Tha United Church f Roman Catholic Church Church of Latter-Day Saints 1 Church of the Nazerene Buddhisi Church b. Anglican Church Organizations The B.P.O. Elks Lodge The Order of the Royal Purple The lions Club The Roya! Canadian legion The Knights of Columbus Piyami Fish and Game Ass'n. j Chamber of Commerce The Masonic lodge The Order of the Eastern Star -fi Various church, school and J sports organizations YEAR-ROUND RECREATION Heated swimming pool Skating rink Curling rirtk 9 hole golf course Many other activities programmed by a Full-time Regional Recreation Director SCHOOLS A junior-Senior Hitjli School staffed by 28 teachers An Elementary School staffed by 10 teachers The Si. Catherines Separate School staffed by 9 teachers Nursery School Kindergarten HOSPITAL and MEDICAL A modern 15 bed Municipal Hospital. The Medkai staff includes 1wo resident doctors and 11 other non-residfinf specialists Full banking services provided by the Bank of Nova Scotia with a staff of eleven The Town and District policed by S members of the RCMP. The home of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd., Picture Butte Bus service provided by Northern Bus Lines -j? The Town has just completed a storm sewer project. A street paving program has been instituted. The Town has 52 business houses ready to serve you. Heating and Electrical Power provided by Canadian Western Natural Gas Company and Caigary Power Ltd., ODD provided by ACT, garbage collection service, abundant waier supply. CHOICE RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL M0 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES AVAILABLE For further inquiries, plettso contact iho ol the Town Office, Phone 732-4482 ITV HIGHLIGHTS; SATURDAY SPOUTS: Hockey, 6 p.m., T. The Toronto Maple meet the Vancouver Canucks ill Vancouver. VARIETY; Glen Campbell, I tin 13: Guests are Tom Jones, Paul Lynde and Karen Wyman. MOVIE: Triple Cross, 8 p.m., Ch. 8: A spy drama based on the life of a British safecrackcr who became a double agent in the Second World War. With Christopher Plumnier. MOVIE: Lady L, 9 p.m. Ch. 1: An aging aristocrat re- calls her tempestuous youth. Stars Sophia Loreii and Paul Newman. MOVIE: The Intruders, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A band of out- laws head tor a town whose marshal hasn't had Ms nerve or gun skiD tested for years. Stars Don Murray. MOVIE: Pairs Blues, p.m., Ch. 11: JOcJine Wood- ward and Paul Newman star in a love story about two American tourists who visit Paris. MOVIE: Tlie Third Day, p.m., Ch, 7: A 1965 tale o! family intrigue, amnesia and accidental death. Stars George Peppard and Elizabeth Ashley. MOVIE: Casino Koyale, a.m., Ch. 13: David Niven and Peter Sellers star in a 1967 spoof of the James Bond sagas. SUNDAY SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7: The Dallas Cowboys meet the New York Giants. SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 9: The Minnesota Vik- ings tangle with the Washington Redskins. SPORTS: Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 11: The Miami Dolphins line up against the Philadelphia Eagles. SPECIAL: Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13: The Edmonton Es- kimos meet the Calgary Stampeders in a sudden-death semi- final game whose winner will meet the Saskatchewan .Rough- riders for the western conference title. FARM: Country Calendar, p.m., Ch. 7: A survey of Canada's vine industry. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Imperial Ballet of Canada and the Katialine Choir of Montreal headline a half-hour of song and dance. MOVIE: The Old Man Who Cried Wolf, p.m., Ch. 13: Edward G. Robinson portrays a 70-year-old man who can't convince his family or the police that he saw liis best friend robbed and murdered, NATURE: Untamed World, t p.m., Ch. 13: A contrast between the traditional Asian peasant's life and his counter- part in the city. MOVIE: Sons of Katie Elder, 7 p.m., Ch. 11: Brothers stir up trouble when they investigate tlwir father's death and toss of the family ranch. Stars John Wayne and Dean Martin. DRAMA: Matt Lincoln, p.m., Ch. 13: David Wayne makes a rare TV appearance as a small town's only phy- sician beset by self-pity over his wife's death. SPECIAL: The Mnslc of Franz lehar, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Postponed at a previous date, g centejtfM tribute to the Viennese composer of light-opera music, PUBAFFAIRS: p.m., Ch. 13: Reports include a look at the underground press in Canada. DRAMA: Marcus Welhy, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Ricardo Mont- alban guest stars as a professor whose drug experiments have led to hallucinogenic nightmares from which he might not recover. DRAMA: Four In One, p.m., Ch. 9: Lloyd Bridges opens thi ssix-parter, set at San Francisco Airport, as an airport manager who must avert a dangerous protest march. MONDAY MOVIE: Kiss of Fire, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Jack Palance and Barbara Hush star in a 1955 film about Spanish no- bility. MOVIE: Forever Female, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A play about a 19-year-old girl is stalled by an older woman's desire to fill the part. Stars Ginger Rogers and William Holden. Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town Country CASH FlAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- The first card with all numbers covered (blackout) wilt receive ths grand prize of In case of more than one blackout (he winners may off" or split the prize. Bonus prize winners will hava their cords refunded to them Jo continue playing for the J1000 blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Get youri now ond win in sash Here are the Numbers to Dnfe: N-33, 1-26, G-57, N-36, O-71, G-58, B-13, t-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-I5, 0-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, O-65, G-54, B-3, 1-2S, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-S6, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, 0-62. B-9, N-3S, 0-72, B-l, G-55, B-10, O-70, N-4I. B-ll, B-2, O-69, 1-21, G-SO, 6-47, B-6, B-5 O-64, N-4S, 1-24, 1-29, N-38, O-68, N-32, 0-51, N-39. THIS WEEK'S NUMBER 1-20 Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will be published every Saturday in the icthbridge Herald, THE BONUS PRIZES HAVE ALREADY BEEN WON WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 Days or 327-4801 offer 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS IIONS CENTtNNIA.L PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS BIUTHDAY CELEBRATION The president of the United SUilcs, Calvin Coolidge, celebrated July 4 as his hivtli- lay. Coolidge was born in 1872 in Vermont. LAKGK TUIITLK The vicious snapping turtle, found from Saskatchewan to Nova S'colia, readies a length Usvee fed and a ot -10 la 50 pounds. SATURDAY NIGHT Sports News Indian Magazine Action Set uaryi Ferguson SUN Rob Ingram News Christian Science Voice of CJOC Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Pan! NHL Hockey Continental 'Hollda; Symphony Hall Hoor of Decision Sunshine Evangel Hour MONDAY Jim Elliot Show News Phone Sill Show Wayne Barry Show Qulle'ifi Bears Probe 122U News, Sports Jack Thys Show Bulletin Board Probe 1220 Sunday Supplemen) Road Report SATURDAY NIGHT 6-.5S Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Music Interlude World Tomorrow CHEC-FM CHEC--FM News fifteen minutes to ttie hour. SATURDAY p.m. Chuck Tanner p.m. Frank Sherman SUNDAY Sign On and News Breakfast CHEC Morning Meiodle: Luncheon upfe Mid-Day Report Sunday Caroussel Dinner Showcase CHEC if Duchess MenrwnMe Dinner Showcase Peaple's Gospel LOS Choir BscK to tnfl World Tomorrow Sian News fifteen minutes to (he hour. SUNDAY The 'Other Side Powerllne Chuck Tanne Mike Shane MONDAY Breakfast with Farm Show 7'30 Total Information 8: IS The Way I See li Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Corr.Tients Way J See It Community Bulletin Board Call o! the Land Major n-.A5 Spprls Weather rattle Prices V.05 Tempo Jean Pauley Comments stock Market Report Maior News SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magaiirie Variety Pak Metronome Pratiey el She Movies Anthology What's New Music Past AAld- night Rev. Bill Port.nan SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Sfories Voice Qi the Radio 1010 Calgary WIONOAY Eve Opener World a! Etflhf commentary Morning Comment Galloping Gourmet Nathan Cohen News Capital Report Inside from the Oufstde Celebrations cross-Country dieck-Up 3-05 Weather Cross Country Cteck-Up l Cw NHL fAaiinee at Detroit about Funny You Should John Fisher Prairie Gard Sunday Magsii 10-03 Sunday Supple Van Chamber Orchestra Say That National News Sports Studio 71 lar Continental ie Hobday ,ent Symohony Hall Music Don Sims show Alfa el Noon Afternoon Schooi Sroarfcast Matinee Personally 3-D3 Afternoon Concert Actuality BBC Haws Weather Here It is In Black and White! A FULL SCALE ON HIGH SOFA and CHAIR ONLY 9 5-PIECE KITCHEN SUITE ONLY t BEDROOM SUITE ONLY................... OPEN TILL 9 P.M. TrWR.SDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS IDMITI IDC EASILY ARRANGED 9 FUKINIIUKt APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th'Ave. -Slh St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJiH-TV Channel 7 [Cafalevlsion Ch. 6) SATURDAY NI6HT Bugs Bunny (c) NHL Toronlo at Vancouver Country' Tims (c) Movie; Lady t News (c) Provincial Affairs 11.21 Teleprebe 7 Movie: The Third Day Cc) SUNDAY WhipiaEU Plrmochla arid Oz Cathedral o! Tomorrow Faith for Today Don't Turn Me Off at New York (c) Spsrts Week News Movie: Yankee Pasha TBA Sunday Hour Country Calendar Music to See (c) Reach for Jhe Top World of Disnfiy (c) Adventures in Rainbow Country Bill Cosby Show IcS Ed Sullivan Sunday at Nine Lehar Weekender (c) News Nation's Business :3QTeleprobe 7 :3S Whiteslde Travel ;PS Movie: Midsummer Night's Dream (c) MONDAY :00 Morninp :38 Mr, Dressup ;08 Sesame Street (C) :00 Alta. Schools :3a Friendly Giard (c) -.45 Chez Helens :oo Our Town :OS Lee Drew Children's Hour :OQ Movie: A Kiss of Fire (c) :00 rafce Thirty :3S Edge of Niqht (c) :03 Galloping Gourmet :39 Drop In :00 Hillbillies CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT World of ;.porl5 Mary Tyler Moore News Glen Campbell Randall Hopkfrk The Intruders (c) News {c) HMO Movie: Casino Royals SUNDAY Thought for Day National News (c) Uncle Bobby (c) Oral Roberts Day cf Discovery Rex Humbard (c) Per.dulum Marknt Place (c) World Tomorrow (c) Pentecost Presents (cj Physical Fitness for Busy people (c) From Ihe Side- lines (c) CFt Playoff preview 5 MONDAY tor Oay :-l9 News SO :00 University of Air ;30 Wynne's Pad :00 Miss Helen ;15 Sand Box :00 Let's Pretend :1S Parlons Francalj :39 Wild of Fashion os This Week ft) :30 Pierre Berton (c) :00 Peyton Place :30 Beat the Clock :00 Lucy Snow ;30 Buckshet Movie: Forever Femak Jury Trials 00 Another OB i Dream oi JeGnnie ;30 Wynne's Pad (c) :00 Flinlsiones (c) KRTV Great Fails Channel 3 (Cablevislon Ch 9} SATURDAY NIGHT News NBC News Mission Impossible My Tfcree Sons GunsmoKe Movie: Triple Cross Arnic Name ot the Game SUNDAY Kathryn Ktihiman Face lite Naliart Tarm Tabernacle Choir NFL FAtarasoU at Wash. T8A Jetsons Hews 4-30 Lassie Wild Kingdom World of Disney DiH Cosby Bosnia Bold Ones ic) Medical Centre Megan's Heroes Four In one The Law snd You MONDAY Our World Salute Agriculture Today (c) Today in Montana Comic-ntraffon (c) Family Affair Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, WMat, Where Game Hews fc) Another World Sommersol (c) As the V.'orlJ Turns Our Lives !c> Tho Doctor1; EC) Another World Bay CMy Edge Q! Night (c) Gomer Pylc Miko Douglas (C) Hillbillies News NBC Nightly NfiW'S Green Acres News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} SATURDAY NIGHT Lets Make A Deal Newlywed Game Lawrence Welk That Gfrl S'OO Hec Haw Young Lawyers Mews Movie: Paris Dices SUNDAY 47 Happiness Way SmcKey Bear johnny Quest Cattanooqa Cats SullwinScifl (r.) Discovery ici This is ths Life The Christophers Sacres! Heart Football Mi vs Philadelphia FooSball Denver at San Diego Man Alive Leva American (O FBI Movie: Sons of KBtio Andy Williams News Most Dealy Game MONDAY News Capt Kangaroo Dinah's Place (cS Jack LaLanne Sale of the Csniury si Galloping Oourmel Audrey A World Aparf All My Children 11-.38 Make n Heal (c) Gams NSVJS Morm (c) 1-m One i lie to Live Word; 2nd Music Love Is a Dating Gam Nnvs ;