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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Trft LtlDDKlUbt ntttMiu Augusi Retiring admiral kept sense of humor Special Government Telecast of interest to all Albertans of all ages TONIGHT CJOC-TV p.m. GOVERNMENT OF AL3-BTA HALIFAX The most satisfying part of Rear-Admiral Robert Timbrell's 38 years of naval service is that he main- tained a sense of didn't develop ulcers and accom- plished enjoyable ca- The 53-year-old veteran of Second World War convoy duty in the North Atlantic made the statement in an interview dur- ing a farewell party. Admiral Timbrell relinquishes his post as commander of Mari- time Command next Tuesday NOTICE ALL GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LETHBRIDGE FOLK ARTS COUNCIL scholarship is offered to students for Fall 1973 to be used for studies at the UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Applicants are required 1o write an essay not exceeding ten pages on the history of any ethnic group describing community contributions and customs. The scholar- ship is established to promote awareness of Canada's cultural diversity. Deadline for entries is September 1973. For further call DAWN A 329-2518 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE The above ad hat been sponsored by the jy of The Royal Bank of Alia. and enters civilian life for the first time since he was 16. He plans to live at Chester Basin on Nova Scotia's south home of three other retired ad- mirals. The parting comments of the professorial-looking man with an endless grin were spiced with proud sad moments for an unhappy prediction that the hy- drofoil Bras d'Qr will never come out of mothballs. was with sincere regret the Bras d'Or was mothballed because she was at the peak of her he said. REASON GIVEN The controversial high-speed machine was taken out of serv- ice about two years ago be- cause the federal government said there was not enough money ta continue work on the million craft which had per- formed successfully in open seas trials. The sleek 151-foot craft had a speed in excess of 60 knots or better than 70 miles an hour. When she was' the It's all over but the shoutirt' and the savin7 To bid farewell to all that remains of this we'll accept any reasonable bid you make on the car of your choice. Get the car you really wanted all year long at the price you'd expect to pay for second-best. We must convert our stock to cash. you can old car. new All All All UNIT 3383 1973 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4 dr. sedan. Ginger with beige vinyl JR78xl5 steel belt- ed 460-V8 automatic oir black electric rear window tinted rear visibility deluxe seat body side glamor bumper protection auto- power steering and brakes. Regular Factory Price Was SO LONG '73 SALE I O I UNIT 3374 1973 METEOR MONTCALM 4 DR. PILLARD HARDTOP White in color with beige 400-20 V8 auto- matic power power HD bat- block electric rear window fender LH remote control visibility decor body side bumper protection front and rear floor mats. 7 Regular Factory Price SO LONG '73 SALE....................... I 9 i- UNIT 3511 1973 MONTEGO I Blue blue cloth G78 x 14 WSW power steering and block remote control visibility full wheel body side moulding. Regular Factory Price Was CAACO SO LONG '73 SALE UNIT 3565 1973 METEOR RIDEAU 500 HARDTOP Medium 400-V8 H78 x 15 WSW block fender LH remote control HD visibility decor body sidei mould- floor deluxe cloth trim. Factory Retail Price SO LONG '73 SALE...................... I Oil UNIT 3590 1973 COUGAR White white F78 x 14 WSW HD block electric rear window tinted power brakes and tilt full wheel dual racing body side sports console. Regular Factory Price Was SO LONG '73 SALE Buy for a few dollars over what we paid the factory End of year discounts on all accessories WHATEVER IS- IT TAKES WE GIVE LONG UNIT 3094 1973 Meteor Rideau 500 2 Dr. HT Copper with white vinyl HR78 x 15 WSW radial power steering and automatic-factory air appearance HD electric rear window fender tinted radio and rear HD tul- decor body side vinyl up- demonstrator. Factory Retail Price Was SO LONG 73 SALE 5040 UNIT 3509 1973MontegoMX4Door Medium blue 351-VS auto- matic power power G78 x 14 WSW block LH remote mir- visibility full wheel HD jus- body side mouldings. FACTORY REGULAR PRICE SO LONG 73 SALE 4223 1718-3 Ave. South New Ph. No. 329-0333 government said it would recon- sider her status in five years. Admiral Timbrell has held a wide variety of land and sea posts including captain of the St. the first of Can- ada's post-war and commander of the aircraft car- rier Bonarenture from 1963 to 1965. The carrier was sold for scrap in 1970. He is being succeeded by Rear-Admiral Douglas formerly chief of personnel at the national defence department headquarters in Ottawa. Among the highlights in his term at Maritime Command Admiral the in troduction of the new 280 class of which are in service and a fourth expected later this of work ou a replacement for the long- range Argus patrol plane and acceptance of a renewed role for the reserves. His most harrowing ex- perience came in when he was a junior naviga- tion officer on the newly-com- missioned Margaree which was cut in half by a ship in a con- voy the destroyer was escort- ing. HATCH bad just gone below decks o sleep. We were underneath orpedo tubes and near the oil _anks. The hatch we were to es- cape through had buckled in the collision and was stuck. was an errie experience. There was black oil all over the deck and it created an awful smell. And the two halves of the Margaree were side by side and as they rolled up and down the contact of the metal made a chilling screech. Fi- nally the two guys below deck with me picked me up and ts- ing my feet as a battering ram and holding me by the shoul- managed to knock the hatch open. Even then I fell and had four broken When asked what the ex- perience of war does to a per- the admiral pondered the matter for a long time and sev- eral times attempted to explain his feelings. 'War tends to make many men more patient and understanding. Not that you can't get that feeling without being in a He was in on the destruction of five German submarines in the Sec- ond World War. He said you never thought about the enemy as a person because just couldn't allow yourself Hearing starts today Md. A special grand jury was ex pected to start hearing testi mony today in allegations tha Vice-President Spiro Agnew was involved in a bribery am kickback scheme. the justice depart ment confirmed Wednesdaj that Attorney-General Ellio Richardson met with Agnew privately to discuss the status of the investigation. The meeting took place Aug said department spokesman Horace Webb. The over-all investigation be- gan last December but did no involve Agnew until this spring Subpoenaed records date bad through Agnew's term as Balti more county executive and gov ernor of Maryland. The New York Times says Richardson told Agnew tha prosecutors have statements from more than. 20 Maryland businessmen who say they gave cash to Agnew associates in re- turn for state contracts. Citing unnamed The Times also says Richardson told three Agnew aides have told prosecutors they turned over some of the pay- ments to the former Maryland governor. The three were iden- tified as Lester Matz and Je- rome now Baltimore en- gineering and Alten described by The Times as a former close friend of the vice-president. KICKBACKS ALLEGED Green told prospectors he gave kickbacks to Agnew about five times a year until less often after Agnew became vice- president. Green was identified as president of a engineering firm. Webb attorney- general met with the vice-presi- dent on Aug. 6. The purpose of the meeting was to supplement the information con- tained in the letter the vice- president received from the United States attorney with a general picture of the status of the He refused to say whether general included the substantial details of the al-1 HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY Man and the 7 Cli. 7. Mayor Alcala's secretary is caring for a baby which is spirited away by a wonian who fantasies the infant belongs to her. It'i A Musical 8 Ch. 7. Catherine McKinnon Joins Tommy Common for a musical salute to Nova Scotia. MOVIE 9 Ch. 7. Tha story of a man fleeing a murder rap in Mexico. The Real George 10 Ch. 13. An hour of comedy and music as B. B. Kris Kristoffersoo and folk-rock singer Rita Coolidge Join host George Carlin. Merv 12 Ch. 13. Comics Jackie Rip Guy Bob Sandier and singers Carroll and Daly are the special guests. MOVIE Green Ch. 7. An ex-paratrooper in Southern France is tracing a jewelled gauntlet stolen from a country church during World War IL FRIDAY 1 MOVIE Six Ch. 13. A Broadway star becomes a foster mother to six orphans. RADIO and TV LISTINGS listed by Radio and Television Stationi. Any variation in program schedule it due to lait-minuto changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGIlI Allan Bell Contemporary Doug Marvin Contemporary Leo Dow Farm Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. 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The Gasthauf Hour 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Overturn THURSDAY NIOHT Home Ron News world at Six AS It Happens Themes and Variations Sports CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights Week Music and Opinion News The Inner Ear Sign Off FRIDAY From thi Cipltils Eye Opener 3.03 4.00 This Country Radio Noon Stockmarket Holidays Bob Kerr BBC Newt Home Run BBC News News World it Six Don't Miss Reading The LetHkidge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY AUGUST 21st with your copy of The Southern LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. .THURSDAY WONT ll.-JS Crossfire__ Beverly Hillbillies 6-00 CJOC News FRIDAY Frontier Collection Plnochio 7-00 Man and the City Farm ana City It's a Musical News World Ed Allen Mary Tyler Moore Stratus Faction Reward Man Ami Alberta Gov. 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