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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sclufday, August 7, 1971 Defence chief visils liases OTTAWA (CP) Defence Minister Domild Modonnlcl ar- rives in Winnipeg Saliiuluy lo begin ;i hvo-uTek loifr of jnili- tary bases in Western Canada. After n five-day break, he llicji will make a week-long Irip to llic eastern Arctic and (Greenland. His schedule, released Fri- day, calls for him to be at Portage la Pariric, Han., S'un- day and Calgary Monday. After that it's Alia., Aug. 10; cadci' camp at Banff, Alia., Ang, 11; and cadet eamp at Vernon, H.C., Aug. 12. POPULATION FIUUHE The current population of Fin- land is about Hippo escapes LA IIOCHE sun FORON, France I. Hc'.'.ter) Ilosa, a Llirec-liin hippopotamus, slial- tcred the calm m thus little Al- pine town when she escaped from a lairing circus and am- bled through the streets, nudg- ing cars ano nuzzling shop win- l.'ows on her way. The 35-year- d hippo was recaptured by po- lice and circus employees after two hours of freedom. RICKEY MANN SEE AND HEAR INTERNATIONALLY POPULAR TV ENTERTAINER RICKEY MANN Appearing in 3 shows nighlly at the RED COACH LOUNGE MARQUIS HOTEL 2 Big Weeks (a Aug. 14th First Show p.m. Two-nionlli ordeal iii JJ.C. Lived on leaves HAZELTON, B.C. (CP) A man lest in British Columbia's northern wilderness since June i and presumed dead is recov- ering in hospital here after a tivo-monlh ordeal during which he lived on berries and leaves. Ronald Alvin Woodcock, 40, had dropped to 100 poum from 170 and could bard speak when found a few mile from here (his week by lw fishermen. Woodcock, an expcr: creed Irapper, said he lived o: green berries and leaves o[ edi Get Together With Friends Here Dining Out is Grand! SUNDAY BRUNCH Sunday Family Buffet SERVED 11 A.M. TO 1 P.M. Choice of cakes, Ham, Sausages or Bacon and Beverage. Children Oft- 1 Q Under 12 Adults Served in ihe Dining Room 4 to 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Fsmoui Hot Dishes, Jellied Salads, Relishes nnd many other tasty Ireats to delight your palale, DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS LUNCHEON BUFFET DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND SERVED DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY! FEATURING: t OUR FAMOUS SMORGASBORD 3 ONLY.............................. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! RESERVE EARLY! 2 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 Asbestos pollution gets hard look by MD WASHINGTON (AP) As-1 oral installed primarily for its bc-stos, believed lo cause Inn cancer and oilier diseases, swirling through Hie air United Slates cities in growin concentrations, a medical searcher told a Senate grou Thursday. Dr. William J. Nicholson, a sistant professor of medicine Mount Sinai Medical School New York, said a problem one confined (o laborers who worlre with asbestos, has reached 01 to anyone who breathes. The reason: asbestos, a min Ford sales up OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd said ,-yesferday retail sails cars and trucks were 21.1 pa cent higher last month than ir July, 1970. Sales totalled 18.900 com pared wilh 15.661 in the c responding month last year. In the first seven months 1371, sales totalled units, up 14.6 per cent from th sold in Llie same pe- riod last year. BEVERLY HEIGHTS SWEEPSTAKE WIN BIG MONEY GOLD BRICK -FIRST PRIZE (To be drawn December 18, 1971) PRIZE (Drawn November 27, 1971) PRIZE (Drawn September 25, 1971) TICKETS ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH Conducted by the Beverly Heighls Community League, under authority of the Government of the Province of Alberta. All counterfoils will be recorder! in a con- trol registry before being placed in the draw container. Tnis registry is available for inspection at the adminis- tration offices of the Beverly Heights Community League. Ml winners will be notified olliciallr. AVAMARLE GY CLIPPING AND MAILING THIS COUPON TO: BEVERLY HEIGHTS RECREATION SWEEPSTAKES. Postal Slalion C, EDMONTON. Albtrta. Send certified cheque or money order only. Totar amount of cheque or Money Order NAME Prinl) ADDRESS_______________________......____________________ CITY---------------------------------........__ PHONE_______________......__ I proceed! from rfnw go lownrdi covered Mrerm and recreation facility for Edmonton'! Beverly Help fireproof qualities, is used mori and more in areas where parti cles can be blown about by thi wind and inhaled. Nicholson said lesls taken up to one quarter mile away from high-rise buildings in New York fire-proofed an asbestos spray mixture show 100 times normal levels of asbestos in Ihe air. Another use of asbestos cholson finds dangerous is a recommendation in the scout brownie handbook thai children mix asbestos with ce- ment or poslc to make jewelry puppets or masks. He said the suggestion will be removed in further editions ol ihe handbook. Asbestos fiUeis are used in purification of foods and drugs, he said. "Not only are people brea- thing Nicholson saidj "they are mainlining it." In addition to potential lung cancer, Nicholson said, a person brealhing asbestos risks me- soihclioma, a diffuse cancer of the lining of the chest or abdo- men. Crosby mobbed PRESTWICK, Scotland (Beu- tcr) _ Singer Bing Crosby, 67, was mobbed by autograph hunt- ers when he flew in here from New York for a golfing holiday in Scotland. Hatch falls off PARIS (AP) A Trans Vorld Airlines jumbo jet fly- ng to New York from Rome made an unscheduled landing at Orly Airport here after a latcih fell off, releasing one o[ he emergency escape chutes. hie solomon sea plant, while he (rukkccl liis way out of the bush that "was sometimes so Illicit 1 could hardly ci'awl through it." "The only thing that kept me going was the thought of my wife and six kids. 1 wanted to see them again." Mr. Woodcock was flown from (.his northern fi.C. town lo Blackwalcr Lake June with three week's supplies. He nr- r'anged for Ihe pilot lo pick liiiu up nt the lake June 20, made camp and headed for his trap line. But he lost his way and wandered for almost three days before coming on the Skeena River. Mr. Woodcock then headed cross-cotmtiy looking for the long-abandoned and overgrown old telegraph trail, cut tlirough the bush in the 1800s. He knew the trail would eventually lead him to Hazelton. It took him 14 days and by then he had exhausted Ihe food he had taken with him. Cominco buys slice of firm VANCOUVER (CP1 Com- .nco Ltd, has acquired tlirough its subsidiary Cominco Austral- ian Pty., a 55-per-cent interest in Aberfoyle Ltd. of Melbounre, Australia. Robert Hmdricks, Cominco president and chief execultve officer, said here the interns! yas acquired by tender in the iquidation of certain assets of Vlineral Securities Australia Ltd. The tender was for ap- iroximately million in Ca- nadian currency. Aberfoyle Ltd. owns or con- rols four operating mines com- prising tin tungsten copper properties in Tasmania and "few South Wales and a small gold-silver mine in Queensland. FIRED FOR PANTS MOSCOW (Reuter) An IB- ear-old girl was fired from a Soviet factory on her first day I work for wearing blue trou- sers, a newspaper reported. Lit- raliimaya Gazela said labor union officials called a special leeting lo get her fired. Last week the Communist Your.li jeague daily Komsoiralskava ravda criticized officials who efuscd to allow girls in pant uits into work or cinemas. Lethbridge Gyro Club CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Sat., Aug. 14th 2.00 and 8.00 p.m. Sun., Aug. 15th 1.30 and 7.30 p.m. GATTI- ALL NEW 1971 TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM GVRO CLUB MEMBERS FAMILY TICKETS Includes 2 udulls and 2 children Trimbles H'ti era lilted by the radio and if Kify in program the do lei it due to last channel by the stations and is not the reiponiibilily H bra Id or Trimbles Tiro Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour SATURDAY Lane Wilh Leo 7.00 Back lo the Bible Dow Living World Powerlinc Don Hedman SilhoucMe Hr. of Inhrma a.m. Don Hcdman iUNDAY mike Murry Down Memory John Charles SATURDAY NIGHT Soorrs News Indian flclion set Hif Music Daryl Ferguson Doug Anderson SUNDAY News Rob Ingram Sound Like Europ 7-30 Chamber Music News Christian Science Ron Legge MONDAY Don Hcdman Major Sporli Boli Cencio 12-30 Major Sporli Mike Worry Richard Gordon Sunday Magazine News Rob Ingram Church Broadcast News Pele Snow News Sunday and Friends Fun and Games 7.00 Concern e Capilal Report Your Two Bucks Worth Symphony Hall Voice o[ Prophecy Hour of Decision if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Holf Hour Sunshine Evangel Hour Sunday Supplement MONDAY Jack ThVs C3C News Ntr.-.'s, Wlhr, Sport Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Prote 1220 News, Wllir, Spor! Hews end Grain Prices Jim Elliott Matinee Rob Ingram Don Hedman Bob Cencie NP-.VS Dtm Hedman a.m. Don McMosler Bob Cencla CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Cdn-Amr Race Don Sims Show Playdat? Mosporl 6 03 Our Native Land inside (rom 0u'sWe CDC Van Chamber 1 "30 Continenlal Holiday MQN'DAY i'10 Eye Dpcncr Orcheslr CBC SlagB Anlhology Whal's New Music Past Midnight SUNDAY Morning Concert Children's Stories I Believe Prairie Gardener Sunday Maqaiine Sunday Supplement Gilmore Albums Cross Country Checkup 4.03 Celebralions Sunday nnd Friends Fun 'N Games Nalional News Music ScEne Studio 71 Enterlainers Your Two BL-cks Worlh Brolt to You News World at 8 Commentary News, Wlhr. Max Ferguson Gerussl Morning Concert 11 03 Malinee Radio Noon ANernoon Holiday Matinee Afternoon Concert rf.QO BBC Hews Prairies News Run Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 327-2396 314 llth St. S. ASTRO ULTRA SONIC "78" NYLON ALSO AVAILABLE AT TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY BLAIRMORE PHONE 562-2743 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CobJevision Ch. 6) MONDAY Farm Facti Pinnochlo LiHIe Peopla NFfl Counlry Canada Pick and Kalediosport (c) News i-00 Music lo See Friendly Gianf Reach lor Ihe Top Chei Helene Walt Disney Sesame Street Rainbow Country Luncheon Bill CoEby (c) Movie: Newcomers Pacilir Dosiiny SUNDAY Suntfsy at Nme Meet Mullctt for Today 10.30 Weekend Edge of Niqht (c] Crossroads News Galloping Gourmet Movie: High Season Teleprobe 7 Drop In lor Spies (c) Hawaii Five-0 HucKleberry Hound CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 73 (Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT Soccer 7.00 The Feeling Wildlife Unlimited Movie: The Raye (c) 10-00 Apollo Wrap-Up 10 30 Loose Ends (c) News (c) Teleprobe 7 Movie: Unsinkable Molly Brown (c) SATURDAY NIGHT Calgary Horse Show (c) Come Togclher Nev.s Oil Reporf fc> Family Affair Des O'Connor Mnvie: Retun Peylon Place News Apollo IS News Movie: Against all Flags (c) SUNDAY Thought for Day Window on Brilainll :CO News Rex Humbard (cl News Western Canada ll-.io Oil Report Oral Roberls Pcnlecosl PrestnS Day of Discovery Piprre Berton Wild Kingdom Sporls Digest 3-CO World Tomorrow -.1ONDAY McPherson Report Thought for Today 11 :M Universily ol Air Ed Alien In Conversation Parly Gamo Movie: Mret Danny Wilson Jury Trials Anoiher World Trouble wilh Tracy lo Pierrf Borton Question Period University CMIrnga Movie: Taxi tor Tobruk umamed World Mod Squad (c) Here's U-cy Ppnlecosl Presents And on the Eighth Man Ti Collonpickers Day Deal the Clock And Consider This Matxus We I fay fc) Woodpecker KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) SATURDAY NIGHT Jambo Tales (c) 7 00 Tnday in Monlana Mows Pinfc Paniher ic) Ccnconlralion (t) News (c) Pinpoint Family Affair Mission Impossible Track and Field Squares (c) Cancer Nexl Heckle and Jeopardy (c) Mcvin: News Ganie (c) 3.30 News News fc) Arnie (c) Lassie (c) Somerset (cl Name of the Gamo Disney's World KKiQ As Hie World Turns Red Skellon Bonanza (ct Bold Ones (c) SUNDAY Tom and Jerry Rfvjval Tires (c) Medical Cenl Rex Humbard Kathryn Kuhlma Face Ihe Nation 9 00 Tabernacle Choir Camera Three lO.co Mcii ihe Press TEA 1J.-CD Our Lives (c) Tho Doctors (c) Anolhcr World Bay City Ctlqc ot Night (c) Comer Pyle (c) Mrrv Griffin Show Hillbillies Day Four in One (c) Consultation MONDAY" Our World 5M5 Salute Aniicullurn NUC Nighlly NeWI Today Show Green Acres [c) KFBQ-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. II) SATURDAY NIGHT Roller Derby it) Snip of Ihe Adventure Theatre Golf Century V.H Doonlcan Comment Gnlloping Gourmet Lawrence Welk Agriculture U.S.A. Audrey News News (c) Dick Cavcrf SUNDAY Farm News Johnny Qucsl Cdllanootja C.nts (c) Discovery Thii is the Lffa ChriLlophcrs Sacred Heart I I hl (c) s and Answers Style (c) Style FBI All My Children Movie: t> Den) (c) Africa, Texas Style ir01 Newlywed Game Higli Chiirinrral News Secret Storm (c) One Lite lo Live MniiKiry Gamo (c) 1-30 Doling Game (c) HnspilJl 1 N Mnvie: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (c) MONDAY Farm News News Dinah's Plncc ic) Jack l.aLnnnfl Hull Girl 3-30 Hrwilchcd News News STOCK CAR RACING PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUTO RACERS AND EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY SUNDAY, .AUGUST 8th 14 B, C and V8 Sportsman Races "Rating's Fun in 71" KIDDIES' DAY-AII Kids Under 12 Years-FREE TIME TRIALS P.M. RACING P.M. CAW EXPECTED FROM LETHBRIDGE AND VARIOUS SOUTH ALTA. POINTS ENERSON MOTORS LTD. 617 4lh Avo. S. PONTIAC BUICK AGENCY Good Luck to all Contestants! REMEMBER You're Alwayi A L: Winner With 202) 3rd Avo. 5. Ph. 1705 M.M. Drivo. Ph. 328-77S1 ;