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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, October 3, 1970 Ticket-Fix Cases Not In Court TORONTO (OP) - A report on an inquiry into alleged ticket fixing by Metropolitan Toronto police refers to two cases involving Donald Joseph McDougall, manager of a brewery in Toronto who was transferred to Edmonton in September, 1969. The report of the Metro police commission cleared individual officers of the charges and criticized the two officers who made the accusations. The report said Mr. Mc-Dougall, one of several persons said to have received favorable treatment from police in traffic cases, was charged with impaired driving March 19, 1968, but his case never came to court. Testifying at the inquiry earlier this year, Mr. McDougall was unable to explain why the case had never reached court. He said he knew no one of influence on the police force, and had asked for no help. The inquiry was told that a series of mix-ups in orders to policemen about going to court prevented the case from ever being heard. Constable Victor Wheatley, Mr. McDougall's arresting officer, told the inquiry he didn't show up in court because "I probably forgot." The report said: "Wheatley's attempted explanations do not excuse him and he should at IRENE'S TUCK SHOP Specializing in HOME MADE CANDY  Cashew Logs  Brazil Logs  Lady Caramels  Coco Rock  Peanut Rock  Marshmal-lows  Peanut Brittle  Candied Peanuts  Butterscotch  Fudge  Sea Foam Candy  Turkish Delighf 1101 4th Ave. S. least have been disciplined for carelessness." It said there was nothing in the evidence "to justify any conclusion to the contrary" in regard to testimony by Deputy Chief Murray that he knew nothing about the McDougall case and had never heard of the man. A second incident involving Mr. McDougal also came up in the report-the one concerning charges by Crown Attorney Michael Roell that Mr. McDougall had beat an impaired driving charge laid in November, 1967. Mr. Roell said at the inquiry that he believed Constable William Stahlbaum, a breath analysis machine operator, had helped Mr. McDougal beat the charge. The Crown attorney said Constable Stahlbaum told him he had been ordered by Deputy Chief Murray to replace his report on Mr. McDougall with a more lenient one. Constable Stahlbaum denied making such statements when he appeared before the inquiry, and denied showing Mr. Roell two reports. The commission report said "the case was not fixed" and it was foolish to suggest an officer would be told to fix a false record yet allowed to retain the true one. Radio Station Resumes Rosary MONTREAL (CP) - Radio station CKVL-FM will continue to broadcast the evening recitation of the rosary, a radio program that was dropped last month by station CKAC after 13 years. The program started in 1952 with Paul-Emile Cardinal Leger, former archbishop of Montreal and now a missionary among African lepers. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1970/71 Season) University of Alberta STRING QUARTET THOMAS ROLSTON (violin) LAWRENCES FISHER (violin) MICHAEL BOWIE (viola) CLAUDE KENNESON (cello) Yates Memorial Centre October 5, 1970 - 8:30 p.m. Admission: Adults $2.00- Students SOt Tickets: LEISTERS' MUSIC UNIVERSITY GENERAL OFFICE Lions Club of Lethbridge 14th Town & Country $1000 CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 Ts PRIZES $50 2� Here's How You Can Win! THE $1,000 PRIZE- The first card with oil numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of $1000. In the case of more than one blackout the winners may "playoff" or split the prize. THE $50 BONUS PRIZE-  $50 For The First "L" Down the "B" row and across the bottom.  $50 For The First "X"  $50 For The First "H" Down the "B" row, down the "O" row and across the centre. t) $50 For The First "Square" - all numbers filled down the "B" row, down the "O" row, across the top row and across the bottom row. The bonus prizes will be awarded to the first correct cards according to the rotation of numbers called. In the case of ties, prizes will be split. Bonus prize winners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the $1000 blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY $1 EACH n8yourf nowand win ie> or more prizes. Here are the Numbers to Date: N-33, 1-26, G-57, N-36, 0-71, G-58, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, 0-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, 0-65, G-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-56, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, 0-62. THIS WEEKS NUMBERS: B-9, N-35, 0-72, B-l, G-55, B-10, O-70, N-41. Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will be published every Saturday in the Lethbridge Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 iDays or 327-4801 after 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS SATURDAY COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Two 30-year-old women, bewailing their unmarried state, throw a party for their eligible male friends-all two of them. SPORTS: College Football, 6:45 p.m., Ch. 11: Alabama's Crimson Tide meets the Mississippi Rebels. VARIETY: Glen Campbell, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests include Canadian Anne Murray, Paul Lynde, Roy Clark and the Osmond Brothers. MOIE: Cast a Giant Shadow, 7 p.m., Ch. 9: The biography of an American officer involved in the creation of � modern Israel. Stars Kirk Douglas and Senta Berger. DRAMA: A Dime's Worth, In p.m., Ch. 7: A day in the life of a city six-year-old who is rejected by her wayward mother. CHAPLIN'S LEADING LADY - Minta Durfee Arbuckle, 81, Charlie Chaplin's first leading lady and once the wife of Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle, tells newsmen in Hollywood about her continuing activity in show business. Chaplin and Arbuckle were two of Hollywood's greatest comics in the early days of motion pictures. "ANYTHING GOES" DANCE BAND is available for NEW YEAR'S EVE BOOKING Phone Vie at 328-8275 or Layne at 327-6490 Royal Canadian Legion PIPE BAND Requires Pipers and Drummers, boys willing to learn bagpipes Enquire At LEGION MONDAY Evenings At 7:30 p.m. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY - 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Nos.........$500 Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 . . $ 50 11 Games Prize Money....... $ 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH $1.00 Entry Card $1.00 : All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday - Banquet facilities VARIETY: Tom Jones, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Moved from Its previous Tuesday night late-hour scheduling, the series tonight features guests Zero Mostel, Diahann Carroll and the satirical Ace Trucking Company. RETURN: Countrytime, 10:30 p.m., Ch. 7: The second season opens with hosts Myrna Lorrie and Don Tremaine and guest Gene MacLellan. MOVIE: A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed, 11:30 p.m., Ch. 7: Tom Ewell, Mickey Rooney and Mickey Shaughnessy find heists come in handy when they're broke. MOVIE: Enter Laughing, 11:40 p.m., Ch. 13: A star-struck Bronx boy (Rene Santoni) gets his first taste of acting. SUNDAY SPORTS: Football, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The San Francisco 49ers meet the Atlanta Falcons. SPECIAL: Baseball - Football, 10 p.m., Ch. 9: Six-hour coverage of either the National or American League baseball playoffs, plus football contests between Minnesota and Green Bay, or San Francisco and Atlanta. SPORTS: Football, 1:30 p.m., Ch. 13: First-place teams in the CFL's east and west divisions, Montreal Alouettes and the Saskatchewan Roughriders, meet in Regina. RELIGION: Mormon World Conference, 2:30 p.m., Ch. 7: An LDS conference, from Salt Lake City, featuring general officers of the church and the 375-voice tabernacle choir. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: An abbreviated performance of a Schumann quintet with solo pianist and the Orford String Quartet. MOVIE: One Million Years, B.C., 6 p.m., Ch. 11: A tale of prehistoric man, with special effects by Raquel Welch. ADVENTURE: Rainbow Country, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: Don Barron guest stars as am alleged RCMP officer who claims a presumed dead man is alive. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A study of herbivores (vegetarian animals) looks at elephants, zebras, wart hogs and buffalos. COMEDY: Bill Cosby, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 7: Chet (Cosby) prepares a star-struck student for disappointment by telling of a dismaying birthday party he once had. DRAMA: Matt Lincoln, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 13: Group therapy is used for a girl who takes drugs to escape loneliness and neglectful parents. With Belinda Montgomery. SPECIAL: Wayne and Shuster, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: The first of five W and S comedy specials, tonight with the Original Caste, PUBAFFAIRS: Weekend, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: An analysis of the Ontario NDP leadership convention. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A doctor's vigorous kid brother tape records in private a journal of his deepening symptoms of Hodgkin's disease. Stars Barry Brown. MOIE: Beyond Glory, Midnight, Ch. 7: An irate financier charges a West Pointer with forcing his son to resign from the academy. Stars Alan Ladd and Donna Reed. MONDAY INTERVIEW: Pierre Berton, 10:30 a.m., Ch. 13: A variety of U.S. performers give their views of Canada. INTERVIEW: Kate Millett, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Adrienne Clark-son talks with the U.S. feminist, author of Sexual Politics. Canada On Verge Of Expansion TORONTO (CP) - Canada is on the Verge of "an incredible expansion" of its resources industries, a money-market manager told the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts here. Peter Campbell of Wood, Gundy Securities, Toronto, was one of several speakers who painted the analysts a bullish picture of the future. He said short-term interest rates may continue to ease for the next few months but both long- and short-term rates will start upward again by mid-1971, reflecting renewed expansion of the North American economy. His prediction about resources expansion is based on the United States energy shortage and the clarification of federal white paper proposals affecting mining companies, he said. OIL PROSPECTS GOOD Lome Inglis, oils analyst for Richardson Securities of Canada, Winnipeg, said Canada's oil prospect is exciting because the country could emerge as a major oil power during the next decade. Robert A. McNevin, financial analyst with Newconax Holdings Ltd., Toronto, said increases can be expected in the prices of nickel, asbestos, gold and silver. Copper should stay at 60 cents U.S. a pound, molybdenum should remain stable and aluminum should remain stable or rise slightly. He said lead and zinc are expected to decrease about one cent a pound during the next year. G. Anthony Boeck, president of Storey, Boeck and Associates, Montreal, said the Canadian stock market will probably outperform the United States by eight to 10 per cent this year. Shirley Wins Court Battle S.\N FRANCISCO (AP) - The California Supreme Court upheld a $7E"\000 damage award to actress Shirley Mac-Laine from 20th Century Fox studios. The actress signed a contract in 1965 to play the singing and dancing lead in a movie, Bloomer Girl, for $750,000. The studio decided in 1966 not to produce the picture and instead offered her the lead in a Western-type film called Big Country, Big Man for the jame pay. Miss MacLaine rejected the offer and sued. In a 6-to-l decision upholding a Los Angeles Superior Court ruling, the state high court said the lead in Big Country was employment "both different and inferior." UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1970-71 SEASON) Lethbridge and District Young Artists' Concert Wednesday, January 20, 1971 AUDITIONS: Saturday, November 7, 1970 Visiting Adjudicator: DR. RICHARD JOHNSTON Dean of Fine Arts University of Calgary For application forms apply to: THE SECRETARY Department of Music University of lethbridge (phone: 327-2T71) (Application Deadline: Oct. 12, 1970) Cadets Resign WASHINGTON (AP) - Five cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., resigned this school year rather than face court-martial boards on marijuana charges. Allegations of drug violations have been made against another 14 students. NEGOTIATE FACTORY Belgrade (AP) - Machine Industry Association of Yugoslavia and Ford Motor Co. of the United States are negotiating joint construction of a Yugoslav factory with annual capacity of 200,000 agricultural vehicles, the Yugoslav undersecretary of foreign trade, Peter Tomic, says. 2 35 Oil Report �40 Court Martial MONDAY 35 Thought for Day 00 University of Air 30 Wynne's Pad evision Ch. 4) :00 Miss Helen 15 Sand Box :00 Music 15 Parlons Fraocals :30Wild Whirl of Fashion 00 This Week :30 The Best of Berton 00 Peyton Place 30 Beat the Clock 00 Lucy Show (c) 30 Buckshot (c) 00 Movie: The Jackals 50 Famous Jury Trials (c) 00 Another World 30 Trouble with Tracy 00 Bewitched 30 Wynne's Pad (c) 00 Flinfstones (c) 30 Dick Van Dyk* KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY NIGHT ' 4:00 News 4:30 Mission Impossibl* 5:30 My Three Sons 3 6:00 Gunsmoke 4: 7:00 Movie: Cast a 4 Shadow Giant 9:00 Arnle 5 9:30 Name of tha 6 Game 7 SUNDAY 8 5:45 Living Word 9 6:00 -Tom and Jerry e 9; 6:30 Revival Fires c 10: 7:00 Rex Humbard 8:00 Kathryn Kuhlman 5: 8:30 Face the Nation 5: 9:00 Farm News 6: 9:05 Tabernacle Choir 7: 9:30 NFC - San Fran 7 at Atlanta and Minnesota at Green Bay 30 Lassie 00 Wild Kingdom :30 World of Disney (c) :30 Bill Cosby :00 Bonanza (c) :00 Bold Ones :00 Medical Centre ;00 Hogan's Heroes 30 Four In One 30 The Law and You MONDAY 15 Our World :45 Salute Agriculture :00 Today Show c 00 Today In Montana :30 Concentration (c) 8:00 Family Affair 8:30 Squares c 9:00 Jeopardy c 9:30 Who, What, Wher* Game 9:55 News c 10:00 Another World-Somerset c 10:30 As the World Turns 11:00 Our Lives c 11:30 The Doctors c 12:00 Another World-Bay City 12:30 Edge of Night c l.-oo Gomer Pyle 1:30 Mike Douglas e 3:00 Hillbillies 3:30 News 4:00 NBC Nightly News 4:30 Green Acres KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch 11) SATURDAY NIGHT 9:45 Sacred Heart 4:30 Let's Make a Deal 10:00 Movie: TEA 5:00 Newlywed Game 1:00 NFL Football - 5:30 Lawrence Welk 6:30 Football - Alabama at Miss. 9:30 News 9:45 Movie: Last Days of Pompeii_________, Sunday 1�:0� News 10:10 Movie 6:00 47 Happiness Way Torch 6:30 Smokey Bear Century 8:30 Galloping Gourmet 9:00 Audrey 9:30 A World Apart 10:00 All My Children 10:30 Moke a Deal c 11:00 Newlywed Game - .......,.,. 11:30 News 9:00 Andy Williams (c) 12:00 Secret Storm c '"" 12:30 One Life *o Live 1:00 Words and Music 4:30 Love American Style (c) 5:00 FBI 6:00 Movie: One Million B.C 7:00 Johnny Quest 7:30 Cattanooga Cats 8:00 Bullwlnkle c 8:30 Discovery c 9:00 This Is the Llf* 9:30 The Christophers Song MONDAY 5:30 News 6:00 Capt. Kangaroo 7:00 Dinah's Place 7:30 Jack LaLanne 8:00 Sale of th* (c) 1:30 Love is a Many Splendorod Thing 2:00 General Hospital 2:30 Dark shadows 3:00 That Girl 3:30 Bewitched 4:00 Dating Gam* 4:30 New* ;