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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tue.day, December 14, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Wrong turn leads to Same NEW YORK (AP) David Sarnoff was 15 when he went to apply for a job as a newspaper copy boy. He mistakenly turned into the office of the Commer- cial Cable Co., which hired him as a messenger. That wrong turn marked his entry into the world of the elec- tron. It changed his life and it indirectly influenced the lives of millions. Sarnoff, who died here atj 80, was a broadcasting pioneer and hard-driving businessman who became a major force be- hind the development of the electronic media. lie had been ailing for several years. He organized the National Broadcasting Co. and rose to head of the RCA Corp. When he retired in 1970, he left an em- pire which had a gross annual sales volume of more than S3 billion and turned out more than products. Because of his farsighted grasp of the practical possibm tics of radio, television and communications satellites, lie was a dominant figure in the electronic communications iiv duslry for more than 50 years. BOKN IN RUSSIA Bom in a small Russian vil- lage, Sarnoff went to the United as a boy in 1800. When DAVID SARNOFF YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r If' Q RADIO AND TV J 302 13th ST. N. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CONFESSION" In color. Tuesday and Wednesday, December ]4 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LAST VALLEY" In color. Starring Omar Sharif and Michael Caine. Tuesday and Wednesday. December M and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "DAY OF ANGER" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Van Clccf. Tuesday and Wednesday, December 14 and 15. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE ANDERSON TAPES" In color. Starring Connery and Dyan Cannon. Tuesday, December 14. Shows at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. bis father died several years later, he took the messenger's job to support his mother and three brothers and sisters. Saving his money, he bought a telegraph instrument, learned Morse and was hired by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph In- strument Co. Ihs first step to fame came April 14, 1912, when he was wireless operator at the Mar- coni station atop Wanamaker's Store in New York. That night the Titanic struck an icebeig and sank with the loss of lives. Young Sarnoi'f picked up the staccato dots and dashes of the message from the British steamship: "Hit an iceberg. Sinking fast." For the next 72 hours, he told the world about the disaster, relayed names of the 700 survivors from a rescue ship and guided other rescue ships. To facilitate Sarnoff's job of picking up the weak signals, President William Howard Taft ordered all other wireless sta- tions along the East Coast si- lenced to prevent any interior' ence. PROPOSED HOME RADIOS In 1916, he wrote a memoran- dum to his superiors proposing that a "radio music box which "would make radio a household utility in the same sense as a piano or phonograph. The idea is to bring music into the home by wireless." Sarnoff estimated sales of one million sets, at a set, within Ihree years, for sales of mil- lion. Actual RCA sales from 1922 to 1924 amounted to million. In 1923. he penned another memo: "I believe that televi- iion, which is the technical name for seeing as well as tearing by radio, will come to pass hi the future." E'arr.off became president of RCA in 1930, a year after the company acquired Victor Talk- ing Machine Co., with its "His Master's Voice" and "Victrola" trade marks. During the Second World War he was a special consultant to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's headquarters in Europe. He was promoted to brigadier-general Dec. IOVE AND THE LATE SHOW Virgil Lee Ramsey, 76, left, married Eileen He Renia, 60, in the Alhambra Convalescent Hospital at Martinez Calif, so they could watch the television late shows together. Hospital rules forbid patients of the oppisite sex from watching tele- vision in another patient's room unless they are married. Senator Cameron heads arts group WON'T TRIM SIDEBURNS CHICAGO (Renter) Charles Key, a 29-year-old ac countant, is suing a Chicagi bank for million damages for firing him because he refused to trim his sideburns. The Rolex GMT Master. In stainless stesl with matching braceli Terms to suit you. THE ROLEX GMT-MASTER. It takes a biockof surgical, stainless steel or 18 kt. gold a year to make one. It has a revolving outer hswl and a 24-hour hand which will tail Use time simultaneously in any two time zones- The GIflT-Master, with its seamless Oyster Case, a product of 162 separate, intricate operations. The Rolex with ths heralded title of Chrmramst0f, The title that is awarted only after fifteen dgys and punishment at an official Swiss for Tests, The G Master, official watch at fan Amen Airways, of mast timepieces as Jewellers. Whatever Sis time o? yaur ift Rolex Chronometer to Chronometer pri CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL 13th St. ond 2nd Avo. 'A' N. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY, DEC. 24TH 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. TELEPHONE 327-1303 MONTREAL (CP) L. E. Ricard, vice-president and gen- eral manager of Imperial To- bacco Products Ltd., announced Monday the establishment of a council to support the perform' ing arts. He said his company has pledged a minimum of SI mil- lion to be spent by the council over the next five years. Senator Donald Cameron head the council, to be known as the du Maurier Council for the Performing Arts. In making the announcement at a news conference. Mr. Ri- card said: "After several years of con- tributing to the performing arts in this country, we became more than ever convinced that industry can play a vital role in the support of this field of cul- tural activity." He said the council has finally emerged after many months of research, discussion and plan- ning. "Through the council, we will provide continuing support to the performing arts in Can- ada." Serving with Senator Cam- eron, long-time head of the Banff School of Fine Arts, wi Minister killed VIENNA (Router) Bulgar- ian Foreign Minister Ivan Bashev was killed Sunday night in an accident in Uie mountains, the Bulgarian news agency BTA reported today. ROBBERY REPEAT BLETCHLEY, England (CP) Fears of a repeat of the Great Train Robbery were aroused when the alarm went out that a mail train had been robbed just four miles from the scene of the 1963 crime. Police found a car had been forced open, but a bundle of news- papers was the only thing miss- ing. be four directors: Dr. Pauline McGibhon, chan- cellor of the University of To- ronto Calgary publisher Carl 0. Nickle, past president of the Calgary Philharmonic Society and chairman of the Calgary Al- lied Arts Foundation: Andre Bachand, director of the devel- opment fund at the University of Montreal; and Fred Davis, radio-television announcer. Although complete details of application are yet to be an- nounced, groups receiving fin- ancial aid from the council will be required to meet these three basic objectives: supported must be presented as developed pro- grams. The council will not make donations or grants for unknown purposes; promote and encourage the development of Canadian SEXATOR CAMERON talent. This will not exclude American performers, but the sponsored groups themselves must be Canadian; bring performing groups across the country to the atten- tion of the general public by maintaining popular prices at all council-sponsored perform- nces. No evidence Bonn aim died during battle FHANKFURT, West Germany (AP) A Frankfurt judge said today that Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler's last deputy, most likely died during the battle of Berlin, but four years of investi- gation has produced no definite proof of his death. Examining Magistrate Horse von Galscnapp said he found no evidence to support Uie claim by West Germany's former in- telligence chief, Gen. Rcinhard Gehlen, that Bormann had been a Soviet spy during Uie war and died several years ago in the Soviet Union. It is most probable that Bor- mann was killed May, 2, 1SM5, while trying to flee from Hit- ler's Berlin bunker. Hitler com- of Berlin billion in goods go astray OTTAWA (CP) Canadian and American statisticians arc going to try to find billion worth of trade goods that have paper, at as- tray. An announcement today by the newly-created U.S.-Canada trade statistics committee ex- pressed concern about differ- ences in the two countries' fig- ures on their merchandise trade. "Despite studies that have re- sulted in major adjustments in cadi country's statistics in re- cent years, there was a discrep- ancy in 1970 on the order of SI billion in the reporting of trade tile announcement said. Canadian and American gov- ernment leaders have issued conflicting data on trade in their arguments on the two countries' balance of payment which led President Nixon to announce Aug. 15 a surtax on imports. Will use brush to ease tension TORONTO (CP) In his Christmas card to A. J. Cas- son, Frank Mahovlich re- minded the 75-year-old art- ist that the deal is still on. After Montreal Canadians hang up their skates next spring, Mahovlich will re- turn to Toronto and give his neighbor free hockey les- sons in exchange for some instruction in the studio. "I used to play shinny as a kid but I'm a little past going back chuckled Casson. who said Uie sub- ject came up when the Na- tional Hocuey League star dropped in and suggested that he take up painting to ease his occupational ten- sions. THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites Applications for the Position of Acting Director of Personnel DUTIES: Responsible for all the hiring of academic staff and employees at the College. QUALIFICATIONS: Preference given to opplicants with ex- perience in personnel work, put educational qualifi- cations or management experience will be considered. TERM OF OFFICE: Immediately until July 1, 1972. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, December 17, 1971. For further information contact: The Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 4 NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Tues. BARNEY and the BEERNUTS Fri. Sat.- ANYTHING GOES AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 1 733 ]3lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI Now Fully Licensed milled suicide in the bunker two clays earlier. "The preliminary judicial in- vestigation produced no proof that Urn-man is the judge said, but no one has come for- ward to say he saw him alive anywhere in the world after that date. The Frankfurt district attor- ney now must decide whether to seek a court ruling declaring Bormann legally dead. The Hesse state Justice Minis- try lias offered a reward for information leading to Bor- mann's capture or for proof of his death. It is the high-' est reward ever offered in West Germany. MAKTI.N BOIiMANV Soviet Spy9 Gehlen in his best-selling book Der Dienst, or The Service, said P.orman fled to the Russian lines as Soviet troops closed in on the bunker. Nixon man 'in' WASHINGTON (CP) The Senate has confirmed President Nixon's nomination of Assistant Attorney General William II. Rehnquist to Court justice. be a Supreme EiSjgfljaj TONIGHT and WED. "DETMMINED COMfANY WITH 'HOW TO SUCCEED WITH SWAND 'WITHOUT A STITCH'." RESTRICTED ADULT Nobody brings Paddy home to meet mother! Padfly COUEGE STARTS TOMORROW HelU'rnthebesL.thelastof the daredevils... ADULT rrWlLBEGLORIOUSr FIRST SHOW AT 7 P.M. 6EORGE SUE HAMILTON LYON "Grissom Gang" and "Willard" In Color SECOND FEATURE 'The Racing Scene7 JB STARTS at and p.m. SABATA AIMS TO 'KILL and! his gun does the rest! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ALBERTO GRIMALDIn 'rofluciion YUL BflYNliER Holds SflBATA ENDS TONITE "Marriage Of A Young Stockbroker" with v DEAN REED ;