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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta tj THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Ihuiidov. Deleter 5, 1972 Suffield mustard gas may soon be destroyed MEDICINE HAT (CP> A'safety, protection of the envii- A newly discovered tccli- reeent scientific advance should I eminent, and cost as the para- wtiich involves a cliemi- inakc possible a year the destruction of 700 tons of deadly muslflrd gas which has been stored in lead-luied concrete vaults since I rut, research of EL- niount considerations for stroying ttie gas, One feasible method of de- struction is tiie thermal system used in breaking down DDT. de- cal process, has vastly reduced j I lie cost of getting rid of Die cials said today. The cost of using the method decision to destroy the j tor mustard gas, however, is gas was reached many years prohibitive. ago" said Clay Iverson of the Suf field Federal Researcli Sta- tion. The high expense and safety factor had delayed destruction until he said. "Since the gas is safe in tho partly-buried concrete and lead vaults there has been no urgen- cy to undertake the actual de- struction. In retrospect, seeing the technology and data now available, it was uise to delay destruction of the gas." Mr. Iverson gives human Computer-operated train is derailed FREMONT. Calif. (API Four passengers and a train operator were injured when a computer-operated car on the now Bay Area Rapid Transit plunged down an embankment. British defence chief will visit Alberta LONDON articipate? They could then say at last that they were en- joying the full rights of Cana- dian citizenship." ASK FOR IlEPOUT The territorial council last summer asked for a report on the feasibility of licensing prostitutes. Tom Butters, elect- ed member for western Arctic, said the plan could be a method for controlling the soaring ven- ereal disease rate in the north. The Indian brief says that typically in history, prostitu- tion has been motivated by eco- nomic reasons and prostitutes and their protection came from the ranks of the economically "It can be said that the merits of legalizing prostitution in the N.W.T. are obvious. "Since the native people are the most in the N.W.T. from the economic view- point, and since the business of prostitution draws upon the ranks of pros. titution must be developed for the advantage of the native peo- ple." Tha brief says that under federal gmdelines, northern de- velopment must have as a first priority the welfare of Ihe na- tive people, legalized prostitu- lion, therefore, was the oppor- tunity the government has been looking for. "If oil companies are going to import pipeline work- ers, surely they must be told to hole! the line. Under no circumstances tt-, ji, u art MIS- ,-tl t ,L ii Ihe military field prostitutes from the south, Ibcreby taking traditional job opportunities from native people." Continuing the sarcastic tone, Ihe brothorhood paper recom- mends a three point plan of ac- tion, starling with Ihe estab- lishment flf a department of prostitution In the territorial government. An alternative would be a prostitution control board with terms of reference George Gershwin s hilarious musical comedy.. Ihe most perceptive, rip-roaring, downright funny slory about a political campaign. WITH Clor's Leachman jack Gilford Michele Lee Jesse Wh.te Davirj Doyle Jim Backus Paul Hartman THE PULITZER PRIZE WINNING SATIRE IN A HILARIOUS NEW TV VERSION Monday, October 9 CBC TELEVISION presented by MacMJHan Bloedel INTERESTED IN SHOW BIZ? Production pcoplo needed for Iclhbridcje Musical Thoalres Production of "MAN of LaMANCHA" 9 Painting O Props 9 Scenery Costumes MEETING AT 8 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th YATES CENTRE similar to provincial liquor control boards. Mocking the territorial gov ernment's concern over tlie fed eral presence in the north and northern autonomy, the brother hood says it would give all nee essary assistance to the terri tonal government "to ensure that this valuable resource is not taken over by the federa! government." It goes on to call for training courses in prostitution at adul vocational colleges. THURSDAY MOVlli IIHAMA: "A Gathering of 6 p.m., Ch. T. The new commander of a SAC base is determined to im- prove the unit's at the cost his morale. CO.MKDY: George. 7 p.m., Ch. 13. George outfoxes ev- eryone with his frequent disappearances. COMEDY: Little People, p.m.. C'h. 13. handy man Rojuiie has it bad tor the lady doctor. VARIETY: Carol Burned, 8p.m., Ch. 7. Eydie Gorme and comic Jack Gilford join Carol in sketches. MOVIE DHAMA: "A Girl Named 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A story of inter-racial marriage in modern Japan. MOVIE DHAMA: "The Naked 9 p.m., Ch. T. A Mexican bandit seeks the aid of a young farmer and his wife. VARIETY: George Kirby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Guest star Is Stanley Myron Handleman. liEI'OHT: Jlcre Come The 79s, p.m., Ch. 13. With the earth running out of natural fuel this report discusses nuclear power and other possibilities. INTERVIEW: Jlcrv Griffin, 12 midnight. Ch. 13. Lucille Ball and her husband, Gary Morton, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Gale Gordon are among the guests. 1'HIDAY MOV1I-; DKAM.-V: "Hun, Simon. 1 p.m., Ch. 13. In contemporary Arizona an Indian is torn between ven- geance and his love for a while woman. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! Lie lined by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program schedule ii due to Ian- minute thanges by Ihe stations and not Ihe rejpon. sibtlily of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Newt Doug Marvint Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Form News MONDAY Ihru FRIDAY Chec Trading Post Grain Buryl Clark Leo Dow Call of Iht Land Farm News John Oliver King Bob HesKelh Farm Neif.s Jack Neufeld chsc-line Cattle Prices Paul Tessler cooc Reporter goes to prison NEWARK, N.J. (AF) Re- porter Peter Bridge, who re- fused to answer grand jury questions during a municipal investigation, went to jail today to begin an indefinite term, for contempt of court. Bridge, 36, who worked on the now defunct Newark Eve- ning News, is the first United Slates reporter imprisoned for contempt since the Sup-erne Court ruled last June 29 in an- other case that reporters may not withhold confidential infor- mation or sources from grand juries. 'Hie liigh court rejected Bridge's appeal Tuesday. Bridge was ordered lo jail by Superior Court Judge Curtis Meanor who said "all he has to do is answer five questions." Bridge refused to answer and was led away in handcuffs. "I don't want to go to jail, hut I have to stick up for what I believe Bridge told other REFUSED TO ANSWER Bridge had refused to answer questions about an alleged bribe offer lo a city housing au- thority official. Ifc reported the bribe offer in a story published f last May. Bridge testified as lo what was in his slory, but rcfascd to answer questions alxiut infor- mation he contended went be- yond the scope of the article. He is expected to remain in jail unlil the grand jury in- vestigating the housing author- ity is dismissed. The jury has not met since June and is on "standby" until the end of this month. Meanor denied a request dial a. fine rather than a jail (firm be imposed. A fine of up lo could have liocn an alternate sentence in Bridge's case. THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 12iO World a! John Walker Request Line Jolin Charles Barry FRIDAY Jim Elliot CBC News 35 Phone Bill Show 05 Joan Jini Elliot CHEC FM 13iM Probe 1220 News, Wllir, Sport News and Grain t Prices JacK John Walker ProM 1230 News, WMir., Sporli Hourly ft'.OTI. THRO SAT. Bob Concie Don Hcrfnian Don McMaster Den MocMasfer CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY MIGHT Home Run BBC Nev.i Nevjs World al As It Happen! Musicscope FKILJAT news, Sports Eye Opener From the Capitals VJorld al Eight Five Nighls a Eye Opener Pralrlg Chamber Music CBC Winnipeg Orchestra Trie Inner Ear This Counlry Radio Noon. Srockmarkel Take I! From Ferguson Bob Kerr Home Run News News World at Sin See If It's New ANGLO MODEL TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe slereo playback car cassetlo system. Tnstaload tystem; automalic continuous reverse tystflm playi cassette over unlil you push ejecj button j 12 watts oulpul; fast and rewind buttons can locked) automalic eject at end of tape in fast forward and rewind modes. mounlEng hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBVTORS Stcteo and 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" 1 driving a. horse I FORT MORGAN, Olo. fAP) A ,11-year-olt! woman w ;is 3 irtvsl rd i n (town I own Fort I nrga ti on cha rgcs of drunk driving on a horse. Police said Klalno Greene arrested after riding a horse through one bar and and into another. Sh o wa s (I a fl or spending a nit'hl in lice said. CJOC-TV Chcirmel (Cahlevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY MIGHT 13.M Lei's VaVe a Deal f Movie: of Ear; Its Carol Burnelt Movie: Ndfctd Dawn CO NCVJS Tnlcprobe 7 THURSDAY MIGHT Anything You Con Do Slar Paul l.ymit Truffi or l ]0 Klara's KwnEr Hollywood Squares 3.10 Ed Allan Show TaKe 10 Edge of Night -1.03 Family Court Drnp In I et s MaXt a Deal Pinntxhl News and F Fads Dressup E.elvcci1 relPc Frifnclly Gi.i 10M5 UK.-i IMeflfi Jwn VAHerli CFCN-TV Lethbridga Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) LUe Pierre BerIon MCJ-V Griffin, Show 11 :M Beal FRIDAY BuckSho! 7hounh1 far Flintstonei ft.00 University of Air Movie: Romper Room Run Simon Run rVir> Krrskin Urll'i; PtopH vWja TO B 00 Movuv 9-W CorfirnunilV Girl Named TarnlVo Cakrvlar Kirhy rf! I Here Cofns Iht Troufclc v.'i Another World 3: ]0 What's 1he Anything YOTJ Can Do fc> ftivjai-, Slflf Tracy KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY MIGHT Nfv.r, 5-30 M'v.'.'i 4.00 Adam 1? FRIDAY UntJcrilanding Our d'JS S.ilutc Concentration Ai The World Turni Ihe Dct Mike Douglas Family Aflsir jokers Hob Hope Social 9-00 Sale of Ccnlury Hufin Hollvwojd Square. Ne-.M Hew> Ttinlqhl Sh-V Gimi (r.> riCwt KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cahlevision Ch, 11) THURSDAY NIGHT M" (c) He Trulh or CooscfUJcrLcei Mtrt Squad The Men FRIDAY 4, 75 farm NCAI Kangaroo Mew> CO General Hosplfal J3ck One Life 10 Liva Audrey Of Cur i Ive) Galloping Gourmet Dinah'i Place Where Ihe Heart Is on a March Dating Game [c> for Sptit Second tkhert (c) u) 1 All My Children Lel'i De 0 Ne ;