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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 28, 19. J UNION ACCUSES TOWN AFTER WORKERS FIRED CALGARY (CP) The Can- adian Union of Public Employ- ees (CUPE) has charged the town of Canmore with unfair labor practices over its dismis- sal of two employees last sum- mer. The charge, alleging that out- side workers Donald Cook and Stan Tworowski uere fired for union organizing activities, was sent lo the Alberta Board of Industrial Relations. A decision is expected in the next few weeks. CUPE Local 37, which repre- resents Calgary's outsids work ers, wants the two men rein- stated and CUPE certified as Canmore employees' bargain- ing agent. MR. HENRY WERNECKI CADILLAC, SASK. Was the winner of the draw sponsored by THE ALBERTA ARMY CADET LEAGUE Winning ticker sold by the Medicine Hat Cadet Corp. DEANE R. GUNDLOCK TESTIMONIAL DINNER Saturday, May 5th, 7 p.m. Lethbridge Community College Guest Speaker RT. HON. JOHN G. DiEFENBAKER Tickets per plate, on sale at Leister's Inserted by the LETHBRIDGE. P.C. ASSOC. BLOCK BROS. TWO TOP SALESMEN for MARCH, 1973 JAKE TAMS 328-6522 Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave. S. EINAR STOKKE 328-4352 NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE STU SHORTT 327-4142 BRENDA MARLENE DAWLEY PAUL 328-0309 328-1459 i- BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 WARRENi LYCKMAN 327-1472 JOHN PIETRAMALA 328-2573 NOY BARNABY 327-6683 IES MARTIN 328-2464 LAWRENCE SMITH 328-7970 FRANK T1NOS01 "SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" BLOCK BROS. Open 9 to 9 O Guaranteed home Canada Wide Service O Financing Interest loom O Home N R S. Catalogue O Realtor 328-2356 NRS-MIS. Can't please everyone Radar, speed limit enforced, slow down was Bob Rogers way of helping fellow motorists avoid getting caught in a radar trap in Toronto. But you can't please all the people all the time, and one person who was unhappy with Mr. Rogers' sign was the police officer operating the radar trap. After a brief encounter the officer went back to his job and Bob back to his. "LIFE IS TO LIVE" 12 FILMS ON MENTAL HEALTH PRESENTED ON CHANNEL 2 CABLEVISION ALL FILMS SHOWN AT and p.m. Mon., April MIDDLE YEARS" Tues., May AGING FAMILY" Sponsored by your Mental Health Association of Southern Alberta Remember! May lst-6th is Mental Health Week TV HIGHLIGHTS i SATURDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Thrill of it 5 p.m., Ch. 7. TV and suburban domesticity are satirized in this comedy. DOCUMENTARY: "Forbiddent Desert of C p.m., Ch. 11. An expedition into Ethiopia's blistering region near the southern end of the Red Sea. MOVIE DRAMA: "War and p.m., Ch. 7. Part II of this Russian epic during the Napoleonic Wars. SPECIAL: CBS Playhouse, p.m., Ch. 9. Adult drama about the vulnerable existence of a suburban couple in "The Lie." MOVIE DRAMA: "The Young 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A story set in Europe during World War II. MOVIE WESTERN: "The Good, the Bad and the a.m., Ch. 7. Clint Eastwood in a violent, big-budget Western about stolen loot and endless fights. SUNDAY SPORT: Tennis, 11 a.m., Ch. 9. Finals in the Professional Championships of Sweden, live via satellite. SPORT: Stanley Cup Final, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. First of the final series between the Chicago Black Hawks and the Cana- diens at Montreal. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11. Final action in the Byron Nelson Golf Classic from Dallas. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. A visit to Raza, a mile-long coral island in the Gulf of California, the nesting place for over a million birds. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Conclusion of "Ride a Northbound Horse" featuring Carroll O'Connor. ADVENTURE: The Protectors, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Finding the leader of a neo-Nazi organization is the Protectors' task. DOCUMENTARY: Canada: Five Portraits, p.m., Ch. 13. A woman's view of the St. Lawrence River and the people who live along its banks. COMEDY: Wayne and Sinister, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The sea son's final show for this comedy team featuring a spoof of the Westerns. MUSIC BIOGRAPHY: The Strauss Family, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Profile of the famous Viennese musical family in the debut of a seven-part series. MOVIE WESTERN: "Ride Clear of a.m., Ch. 7. A railroad surveyor returns to his'home to avenge the murders of his father and brother. MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A drama about an Italian shop girl's rise to ballet stardom. Cars are checked for gas mileage NORTH to ALASKA Departing July 8 and August by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND Departing June 23, Aug. 4, Sept. 8 and Oct. 6 by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser WASHINGTON (AP) The Environmental Protection Agency has evaluated the mile- age per gallon of gasoline for every 1973 car model sold in the United States. Datstm's lightest-weight mod- els, at pounds, turned in the best fuel economy at almost 28 miles a gallon, followed by Toyota at 26 The mileage figures were given for United States gallons, smaller than the imperial gal- lon used in Canada. Six U.S. gallons is the equivalent of about five imperial gallons. The tests were based on urban driv- ing conditions. The heaviest cars gulped the most fuel, as expected, and es- pecially those with large en- gines. Ford's Lincoln- Mercury station wagon and Ford station wagon managed only 8.4 miles per gallon, a shade better than a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. President Nixon, In his energy message a week ago, SEE: Skogway, Daw- son City, Fairbanks, Whifehorse, Prince Rupert, Watson Lake and more INCLUDES: Ferryiiner, rail and Hiway Crui- ser fore, nightly ac- commodation, sight- seeing and much more ESCORTED: 15 fun filled days As lew as SEE: Disneyland, lot Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and more INCLUDES: Transpor- tation, nightly acco- mmodation, sightsee- ing in all major cities Los Vegcs bonus, Hi-neighbor party and much more ESCORTED: 15 fun filled days CICSCUB 7.35 This it LM C SO Revival Fires 3D Gospel Hour Mate A IB TO Corteiry Shoo 11.09 BulluJnUe Issues and Answen W NBA 2.15 Howard 2-30 GHH 4 3D T.B.A 5 m Wild Kingdom S.30 This H Your Life t-DD Lawrence Wt1k 7 OD F B 1 00 Mcnrie: Mf Son John W.iJ Bcifby 10-45 'Mews 10 45 11 30 Ins-isM MONOkY 2S Farm Vtrws (.00 News f at Jack LaLanne Audrey GallDpinq Gourmet 10.00 Yovm and the Rotlett 10 3D Search for Tomorrow 11 OD All nv Children Make Deal 13 00 Nrwlywed Game 12 3D 1 DO General Hospital 1.30 One life 2 DO OUT Lives 2 30 Omsns Place 3 DD Thrc-D on 3 Garni t.00 Split SttanB 4 30 5 00 Password 5 3D t.DO Newt ;