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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGB HERALD Thursday, November 16, 197] Vegetable hearing slated for Taber EDMONTON' (CP) The Al- berta Agriculture Products Marketing Council will hold public hearings lo study the problems and potential of the province's vegetable industn1. Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner matle the announce- ment Wednesday. Dr. Homer said the hear- ings will open Jan. 16 in Peace River, move lo Edmonton Jan. 19, to Brooks Jan. 23 and lo Taber Jan. 2-i. Deadluie lor submissions is Dec. 15. Probe Taber death THE NEWLY RENOVATED TAVERN presents THE SOUTHERN COMFORTS THURS., Fftl., SAT. I TABER (HNS) Te-rencc IJammergren, 20, son of Mr. and Jlrs. Roy Hammergreii of Hays, was killed Wednesday in en accident at the beet loading aiea of the Canadian Sugar, i Factories Ltd. plant here. j i Hammergren fell under a! I beet railway car and was run over by both the car srd the small locomotive. The uxrkmen's coniDensalion board and Tsber police are inveslipatinc. Date of rhe inquest has not yet been set CLEAN FOOD VANCOUVER (CP) Tills city is raising health standards in restaurants. Beginning in January, restaurant owners and managers will have to undergo examinations proving a knowl- edge of proper lechniques before receiving a health department permit to rlav in business. "We always had control over buildings and equipment, hut this mil Rive us control over people for the first city health inspector Dave Morgan said. SCRUTINIZED A religious movement headed by Guru Maharaj Ji, who claims to be 14 years old and who is India's latest spirtfal export lo Ihe West, is being in- vestigated by the Indian government. The Guru is shown wearing garlands cf flowers as he threads his way be- Jween followers ol London' HeaJhrbw lasf Feb- ruary. Man at right is unidentified. Does this Mother's Family Ring a great Christinas gift? Believe it! Here is a gift thai will be Mother's and Grandmother's most precious possession. A10 kt. gold Family Ring with individual birthstone settings mark the birth of each child or member of Ihe family. It's a gift Mothers and Grandmothers cherish as it expresses yours and (heir love every day of the year. Select lime tor Christmas! Each Family Ring is custom crafted by Peoples (or her. It's your Mother's very personal, very unique ring. Choose now and Mom can have the family wrapped around her finger In lime for Christmas! SAVE 15.07 on 10 kt. gold charm Bracelet Reg. 49.95, now only Our best selling 10 kt. yellow gold charm bracoJoi now reduced from our regular low price of 49.95 in time for Chrislmas giving. Exquisitely hnnd- crafted, open link design with sturdy box catch and safely lock. Now only 34.88! SAVE 9.00 on 10 kt. gold charms Reg. 12.CO each, 2 for only Starl her charm bracelet this Chrislmns wilh these two ID kt. yellow gold boy's find girl's head charms. Regular valuo 12.00 uncli, now specially priced, 2 for 15.00! Engraving avail- able at small chargn. is: 00 Peoples brings you great savings in time for Christmas. Centre Village Mall, 2nd Ave. 13lh Sr. N. 327-1303 DAVID was a November baby His birlhslone is Topaz. Mayor Sykes balks CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes says he will not send city council's recommen- dation for two new civilian members on the police com- mission to Attorney General Mcrv Leitch. "As far as I'm concerned council's resolution was out of order and my recommenda- tions are not the same as coun- Mayor Sykes said. He refused further comment, saying, "it's not an issue." City solicitor Brian Scott agreed with the mayor, adding Mr. Sykes was not wide? any obligation because the police act says that the attorney-gen- eral shall consult with the mayor, not the other way around. "The mayor can make his own recommen d a t ions, he doesn't have to follow council. The act just says the mayor is to consult with council." DISAPPOINTED Most of the eight aldermen who voted to replace Bill Her- ron and Rev. Greg Hildebrand wiUi Mel Shannon and Jack Davis at a meeting were dis- appointed with the mayor's comments. Aid. Peter Petrasuk said: "I wouldn't waste my time with a motion." Aid. Barbara Scott, one of the two aldermen taken off the commission, said: "It's unfort- unate that we don't have a mayor who acts In harmony with council." Commission c h a irman Jack Prothroe, the only citizen member returned, said no mat- ter what the result of member- ship he would not resign. Grand jury dismisses charges ANTIGON1SH, N.S. (CP) A grand jury Tuesday dismissed iight charges of [raud, theft and attempting to obstruct jus- tice against former town police chief Malcolm MacEachern. Mr. MacEachern had pleaded not guilty to all eight charges. The 44-year-old father of six resigned last April when RCMP jivestigated police affairs in the community. He had been police chief for 11 years. Since his res- gnatlon he has been working as a truck driver. Defence lawyer Angus L. llcdonald described the grand iury's recommendation as "a )retty rare occurrence." He said there is a move afoot to abolish grand juries, but this case illustrates how beneficial they can be. "It is an important safeguard ror the he said. MOBBED BY FRIENDS Mr. MacEachern was mobbed >y friends and former police colleagues after the verdict. One of Ihe first to con- gratulate him was Antigonish nsurance agent D. P. Chi- sholm. "The town was 100 per cent whlnd he said. "There was no way charges should lave been laid in the first >lace." Pension plan :or aldermen voted down EDMONTON (CP) City ouncil voted down a recom- mendation to establish a volun- ary pension plan for alder- men. The proposal called tor elect- d officials to contribute five to 0 per cent of their horurari- ms on a voluntary basis. The city would have matched each ffidal's contribution. Once the council member, or ormer council member, reach- ed age CO, he would receive an umunity bought with the ac- umulaled earnings in the ind. COURSE PREVIEW ANTIGONISH, N.S. (CP) innovation to the registration rocess for new students at St. 'rands Xavler University here as produced fnvornblc rcac- on. New students are cncour- ?ed lo monitor introductory lasses before choosing the sub- ccU they would tnke in their rst year at Ihe university. Dr. ohn T. Scars, dean of arts and clence, said: "I Irellcvc Hint re new students who dirt snm- Ie courses had a more rtinllslic lew of the subjects they in- to take." TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The G p.m., Ch. 7. Neil Simon's backhanded salute to New York City and Ihe trials of a couple from Ohio while visiting Fun City. COMEDY: George, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. George takes to the skies as a high-flying watchdog and secret weapon against possible hijackers. COMEDY: Liltle People, p.m., Ch. 13. Saving the zoo's famous chimp opens up problems when the kids bring their ailing pets to the pediatrician. COMEDY: Carol Diirncll, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Ray Charles and Vincent Price are the guests. One segment ot the show is a salute to horror films. MOVIE DRAMA: "Hurry 8 Cli. 13. Tin story of social and racial tensions in a Georgia town. MOVIE DliAMA: "Brian's 9 p.m., Ch. 7. The true story of Chicago Bears' running back, Gale Bayers, and his team male, Brian Piccolo. DOCUMENTARY: Here Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. A preview of fashions of the future with Pierre Cardin, the Parisian couturier, as the special guest. FRIDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "Nightmare In 1 p.m., Ch. 13. For 72 hours an escaped murderer terrorizes the city. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! i.rt luted by the rodio and ttleviilon Holioni. Any variation in program tchedult ii due to lail- changes by the stations and Ii not the reipon- tibllity of Ihe Herald or Anglo Diitribulari Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newi Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Mornings MONDAY )hru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call of the Land Farm News John Oliver Dave Kino Bob Hcskcth Farm News Jack. Neufeld Chec-line Callls Prlcei Paul Tessier CJOC News wilh Bill Skellon, Rod WhiM, Bill Matheson Brent Seely and Don Maclean Farm ond Doug Cord THURSDAY NlGHl FRIDAY 1338 Jim Elliot News, Wlhr, Sporl CBC News News and Grtln News, wthr. Sport Prices Phone Bill Show Jack Thys Joan Walerfield- John Walker Jim Elliot Probe 1220 CHEC FM -k News, Wlhr., Sports Hourly WON. THRU SAT. Bob Conde Don Hedman Don McMas'cr Don CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Chamber Prote 1120 World at A. 00 John Walker Request Line John Charles Barry Hegland Home Run BBC News News World at Six AS II Happens Musicscope Music CBC Winnipeg Oreheslra The Inner Ear FRIDAY Eye Opener News, Wlhr bports Wcrld al Eight From (he Capitals S-Q5 Eye Opener Five Nights a week This Country Radio Noon Slockmarket Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kerr Run BBC News News World at Six See it it's New at ANGLO NEW CF 400A SONY MULTI FEATURE RADIO-CASSETTE- RECORDER i COMBINATION Automatic thut-off slopi at end of casseltej buit- in electret condenser microphone; 3 digit tape counter; oulorrKi- tlc recording level con- trol; AFC switch; 1.5 watt output. AC cord, batteries, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcieo and iPkotoylaphic Centel 419 5th ST. S. 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News Bral Ihe Clock Merv Grlftm Show Buckshot FRIDAY FlinlstonM Thoughl lor Dny Movie: Nightman Univcrsily of In Chicago Romper Room Somerset Canada A.M. 3 CO Another World Vega (c) What's Ihe Good Community Calendar Fashions In Sewing Parlons Francals" Troiihle v.ith Tracy Life Word? :00 Any'hlnq Yoy Can Do (cl :30 Star Trek Doris DHY KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT News News Adam 1! SfinlortJ and Son nip Wilson Irorulde Dean Mnrlln News Tonight Show FRIDAY Mows Understanding Our Coocenlratlon World As the World Turni iMS Salute Aqrleullura News (c) Today Show (c) The Doclori (c) Today In Montana Another World Price Is Right (c) Secret- Storm Salo ol Crniury Mike Douqlni (c) Hollvwood Square] Family Mlalr Jeopardy .token Wild Who, Whnl. 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