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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, August 10, V Former Pope's In-olhcr dies BERGAMO, Italy (Renter) Alfredo lloncrilli. In-other nf Ih- tu-ycar-old i'opo Joint XXIII, after an illness of about four months. Surviviue brothers, Xavono GiuKC'me. 11 m'plicw. Bishop Untlistn Uon- calli. wen- at his bedside. Like most of the family, with the exception of illustrious brother Angelo, Alfredo Kim- oaUi was a small farmer all his and he ronlir.ued In work land until bis final ill- ness confined him to al his family Iiomc in the small town of Sotto II Monte near tierc. These Are Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS STIRUNG RUTH ZAUGG P.O. Box 239 TABER ROSS CIBB TYRREU'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG WARNER MRS. PEARl IIEBEIT General Delivery P.O. Box 2187 P.O. Box 97, Wrenlriam General Delivery Contact these peoplo for your District News or Classified Advertising WA1IN MOSCOW (KevUei-i lUis- iians who brew 'imimisliinc' li- quor were warned in i'ravda Wednesday that they fan le imprisiinmenl if Hi 'liL's up with I hem. Communist parly il'ii'V paper cited the recent ease of Valenlina Semyonnva. a vii- cr in the Kvasnoyin sk urea of Siberia, wlio was senleneeil lo line year in prison for dis- tillini! her own vodka. This host dies at 47 UXIilllDGK. Out. A funeral service v.ras held Wed- nesday for K. .loa Hopkins, 47- year-nld Iiosl of llio CliC tele- vision program This Land, died Sunday of n heart attack whilo cuttins trees lo build Ion cabin In llio Knwarlha Lakes area. Mr. Hopkins, wlio pursued several careers in Canada's north and the outdoors, hod no broadcast experience when lie joined the program. However, the. program's You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere iimD LW Konjn Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO- 0F QUALITY BUILT FOR RADIO SHACK Before you purchase just any Stereo Speaker, lake a look at Ihe Global 360. Beautiful sound anrl appearance, hard to match in modern styling anywhere. Even 1hrj lijhu in the room are out the Global 360 is still the centre of attention, because it is also a beautiful Sturdily constructed, in a unique vinyl glohe, exclusive to Radio Shack. You must come in, anil hear this speaker. Only then, will You h" convinced of ils supreme abilities. These may be purchased individually. Mo. Regular Radio Shack Price S59.50 a pair. emu of preservation of Can- a's natural heaulios and Idllfo were synonomcus will s beliefs. Uorn in Toronto, Mr. Hopkins crkexl with Die Hudson's Hay o. in Hie far north and learned Ojibwa language. He served on n coastal min- weeper during the Second orld War anil after ll-rj war tii-kol ns a guide in T'cma- smi and Algonquin I'ark. Vo changes planned at L Lake Louise CALGAEY fCP) No major hanges in ski facilities or ac- omodation at Lake Louise are ilanned for the future, an ex cutiva of Imperial Oil Ltd uys. Ronald Ritchie of Toronto president of Village Lake and vice-president o mperial Oil, said the com >any's role In the operation o c Louise ski facilities to' owing the federal govern inent's rejection of the mi lion VLL proposal remains ui decided. Lake txmlso Lifts Ud. an Imperial Oil had created partnership to develop th urea, allowing Vl.L to acquire Whltchorn Ski Assets. Following a board meeting of Village Lake Louisa officials here Tuesday, Mr. Ritchie would not reveal if VLL- plans lo provide the lower Lake Louise area with accommoda- tion on a smaller scale. HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE MVSTHKY: "The Adventures of Nick p.m., Cli. 7. Robert Conrad ns the famed private eye with New York City of the early 1900s as llio setting. IHIAMA: Nli'lil Gallery. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A withered witch; Mr. Hyde, Uic fumed mosLer, tries a new potion and Arto Johnfion plays a disc jockey with an unsavory past In this trilofiy. VAKIKTY: Hobby Darin, 8 p.m., Cb. 0. Pat Paulscn, Joan Rivers, Dusty Springfield join Bobby in a si lent Y: Marty I-'chlinan, p.m., Cli. 13. Godfrey Camlji'idgo is an overly suspicious customs officer. Osibisa and his steel-rock bund perform. MOVIE DRAMA: "Loss of 0 p.m., Cli. 7. At a European resort a young girl lakes charge of her two younger sisters and brother when the mother is hospitalized. IlKPORT: (Jnalily of Life, p.m., C'll- 13. "Go Fight City Hall" reports on two Vancouver groups that did just that. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tlmo Limit." 12 midnight. Cli. 7. War- time collaboration with the enemy is the central theme of this engrossing film. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, a.m., Ch. 13. Pamela Mason, Rory Collioun ar.d Peggy Ann Garner are among the guests. FIUDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The Tall 1 p.m., Ch. 7. After losing lu's horse in a bet an Arizona randier finds liimscU involved in a holdup. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Prtjromi ttatt by the radio and felevlilon tlallonf. Any variation In program It lo latl- mtnule changes by lha and It not the raipon- tiblllly of lha Herald or Anglo Dlilrlbutoti Stereo and WioWflrapliie Centre. KUler elephant I stuffed CHEC K Roger Chnmion v.ilh Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGil] with Contemporary Kews TKUR10AY HIOHT DBV l FRIDAY S Fnrm Newl Let's Make newlyv.ed Gamt news CO Caplan flnnirof> PMCfi CO Llfa lo Uv Jnck LaLenrii Day) Of Our Live Aifflfty Ornnral MMp-i 9'JO fiiillaplnq Gcurrridt Thrrn en n rt Vmcre Ihft Heart It luting GBrrc Ton Search All crt for irrl c> ;