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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta province bv Ilic llx-re h.ive Iwen cases in which towels sponges hnvo been left in THE lErHDRinOE HERALD Wednesday, February 2, 197J TAtiS TOKOXTO 'lira On- tnrio Mwlu'al nli linvc'ls iind sinmjjes used in surgery Laijp't] villi a material dint wil] show on x-ray film. TiuilrinR Ihc request have been sent In chiefs of staff ;il all public lio.-piials across tlic Benny sheds tightwad image EDMONTON (CP) Jack Denny, shedding Hie tightwad image he made famous on tele- vision, will play liis violin with the Edmonton Symphony Or- chesLra April 23 in an effort to raise The symphony society said EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMAINS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS K W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiglogisl look nl ihesft features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 7 LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 en one bal'ery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITX -1. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W, MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audialogisl Member of National Member of Alberta Hearing Aid Society Hearing Aid Dealers' Assn. today Benny is the answer to an Our Symphony. He, and members of the orches- tra' will donate his services for the benefit performance "in an effort to raise the sum necessary to assure a fufm-e" for lira orchestra. Performing as a violin solo- ist, with all proceeds going to orchestra funds, Benny has raised more than million for symphony orchestras in To- ronto, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, New York, Detroit, Cleveland, San Francisco and Pittsburgh. The Edmonton Symphony has grown from a semi-professional group in the last five years to a fully professional orchestra with an annual budget of 000. While earning praise it has also built up a deficit. JACK BENNY answers cnU BOYER'S CIGAR STORE STOCK REDUCTION SALE! PIPES BATTERIES MEDICO TRANSISTOR AND ODIfC Rog. 8.95 Sale 5.95 FLASHLIGHT. CLEARING AT rKIV.C Reg. 6.95 Sain 4.0O III SUNGLASSES KIRSTEN Avialion Sryle. I.eg. S.95 Sals 3.95 HeB- 1.95. ONLY ASHLEY (British Reg 4.oo 2.50 HOHNER HARMONICAS LIGHTERS Medico (Butane Reg. 3.50. SAL TOBACCO POUCHES Medico Reg. 3.50. SALE PRICE Reg. 2.95. SAtE PIPE RACKS Holds 6 Pipei. Reg. 4.95. SALE 2.00 1.50 2.50 WALLETS English Morocco leather. TIMEX WATCHES rRICE CLEARING AT WESTCLOX POCKET WATCHES OFF CIGARETTE ROLLERS Re5169 1.00 PRICE SALE PRICE BOYER'S CIGAR STORE 30S 3TH STREET S, PHONE 327-4477 SHOT IN STOMACH Hugh Gilmore, 17, (third from is teen clulching his stomach as he is shot, In the course of violence in Londonderry, Ireland. He died laler. Mackasey moves to untangle mess i OTTAWA ICT) Bryco Mackasey says his priority as manpower minister will be to co-ordinate the work of man- power centres and unemploy- ment insurance offices. The manpower centres are supposed to help the unem- ployed find jobs while the insur- ance offices pay benefits end handle job retraining. Confusion and conflict have developed, however. For in- stance, both systems have "come see us first" advertising aimed at the unemployed, who have complained about delay and lack of results. Some communities liave a manpower centre but no unem- ployment insurance office. In others it is the reverse. Mr. Mackasey, who took over the department Tuesday, said in interview the division of powers has created "a waste of potential." He brings from the labor de- partment responsibility for tlie Unemployment Insurance Com- mission. The Canada Manpower system is run by the manpower department. Mr, Mackasey said he would like a computer inventory of what jobs are available and who THE RIGHT WAY TO CARE FOR YOUR TEETH You brush yonr teeth rcgn- Jarly and a mouthwash. You think your moutli is clean. But how can you be sure that you (and your chil- dren) are doing all you can to protect your teeth against decay and disease? How do you remove; the invisible "plaque" that superficial brushing loaves untouched? For thorough cleaning- be- tween teeth, is it safe to use toothpicks, denial floss, or the new water jets? How of- ten should you have your teeth professionally cleaned? Get the answers to these and many other questions about proper dental care in Febru- ary Reader's Digest. Get your copy today. is around to fill them. The whole appeal of his new job is in creating "a more co-or- dinaleri approach to the prob- lems of the unemployed." OFFERS SATISFACTION It offered him more satisfac- tion than resolving labor dis- putes, his main job in four, years as labor minister. "I didn't get pushed he said, smarting from suggestions that industrial dissatisfaction with his proposed labor code amendments resulted in Prime Minister Trudeau's decision to move Him. Martin O'Connell, Ms succes- sor in labor, told the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Monday the government is committed to the bill. Meanwhile, the businessmen made it clear that, except for the labor bill and its technologi- cal-change provisions, Uiey con- sidered Mr. Mackasey to have been a good labor minister. Mr. Mackasey, 50, moves Into a department marked by almost annual changes in composition and leadership. In immigration alone, he is the ninth minister in 10 years. His predecessor, Otto Lang, ran the department only 16 months, Critics say one result is thai ministers have been unable to govern the department and offi- cials have undue influence, not BRYCE MACKASEY not pushed mil [TV mGHUGHTSl WEDNESDAY VARIETY: Slum-lime, 6 p.m., Cli. 7. Juliet Frowsc sings, dances and clowns with Buddy Greco and British guests, including the Dave Clark Five. SPOUT: Pro Hockey, fv p.m., Cli. The Minnesota North Stars meet the Maple Leafs in Toronlo. KI'OIIT: Olympics, 7 ji.m., Cli. 7. The opening ceremonies of the XI Winter Olympic Games are telecast from Sapporo, Japan. DOCTOIl DRAMA: Marcus Wclby, MD, 9 p.m., Cli. 13. The story of a boy who is marginally brain-damaged and his problems in school arc worsened by a father who thinks the solution is discipline. DRAMA: 3 p.m., Cli. Jl. A Jack Webb series about paramedics with tonight's cases including vic- tims of a car accident, insulin shock, a heart attack end a fall. HEPORT: Consumer Show, p.m., Cli. 7. "Rust In Peace" is a special report on automobiles with the focus on safety factors and repair problems. MOVIE DRAMA: "Judgment, at JV.45 p.m., Cli. 7. A drama about the War Crimes trials featuring a sUr-studded cast. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Hscorl. 1 p.m.. Cli. 7. The story of a Confederate officer and his young daughter who face trouble from rebellious Indians, renegade Union sol- diers and outlaws. MOVIE DRAMA: "Knock On Any I p.m., Cli. J3. A young man from the slums is accused of murdering R policeman. ilways following policy. "It'll take me about two weeks to get a grip on the de- Mr Mackasey, the most outgoing, aggressive fig- ure to hold the portfolio in re- cent years, said in reply to this. How long did he expect to hold the portfolio, in view of the history of change? "Until I get the job he said with typical confidence. Mail clerks postpone session EDMONTON (CP) A plan- ned study session by mail sort- ing clerks has tern postponed indefinitely following appoint- ment of a new acting postmas- ter. The session wns Ui have pro- tested Hie closing of an en- trance to tlic post office which the sorting clerks wanlpd to CATHEDRAL HUINED NANTES, France (Reuler) Fire destroyed the roof of the ISlh-century Gothic cathedral in this ancient Britanny city Fri- day, police reported. The rool came crashing down about an hour after the blaze broke out in mid-afternoon and eyewitnesses said that only the walls of the cathedral remained. SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES Ltd. INVITES YOU TO JOIN US AT A SPECIAL FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE AND TOUR of SAFEWAY SHELTERS LTD. in CLARESHOLM SUNDAY, Feb. 6th i k SPECIAL WINTER BONUS PRICES ON ALL 1971 AND 1972 MODELS Drive up and join us for dinner at Hawley's Grill in Claresholm or come with us on our chartered bus, leaving our lot at 542 13th St. North Lethbridge, at a.m. Sunday, February 6th. Lunch served courtesy of Sidorsky's Mobile Homes ltd. THIS SERVICE IS COMPLETELY FREE! [NO OBLIGATION WHATSOEVER) Avoid disappointment and phone us early for your reservation. Call Ernie, Karl, or Tom at 328-1151 NOW. Sorry, due to limited space we can take adults only "Gill SJdorsky's and Call Your Home Your Own" Peter Pylypa, president of the Edmonton of the Ca- nadian Union of Postal Em- ployees, said he felt clerks would be able to "discuss things more reasonably" with the new acting postmasler. The entrance was closed by postal officials for security rea- sons. The sorters said letter carriers being allowed to use tire door but they were not. A senior post office official said the study session would have constituted an illegal walkout and would have tied up mail handling in the city. Summer music test planned Edmonton groivs STRATFORD, Ont. The Stratford Festival plans an experiment for its summer mu- sic season tliis year: a day of musical programs held togeth- er by meals, all for The event, scheduled for Aug. 25, will feature the New York Philharmonic in the afternoon. The day will start at a.m with a coffee gathering followed by chamber music, a recital by flautist Jean Pierre Rampal, a box lunch picnic by (he river, the IS7ow York Phil- harmonic, a parade band to Rolhmans Gallery for chamber music, and a garden parly. Poverly book best-seller OTTAWA (CP) The first printing of the. Senate poverty committee report is sold out arid David ('roll, com- mittee chairman, is predicting a best seller. A total of 7.500 copies, at apiece, available mr.inly from JjifoiTnalion Canada bookshops, were sold and a second printing of copies is under way. "Tlii.s puts it into the cntcrjory ot a hesl Senator Croll, i. Toronlo Librrnl, snid today. "We rxjxvl nnrr il gi'ls onto iMmMielvp.s tirmvs Hie. roimlry them will bo n third printing." i g li I s of Ibe reporl, tabled in the Senate last Nov emlXT, are also .sotting well in a 25-cciil booklet that is being widely used in university courses on social welfare, a commitloc spokesman said. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program! are listed by radio and televlilon ilaliem. Any variation in program ichidult it due IB last- minute changes by the stations and ti not reipon- ilbllity of the Herald ar Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary Tolal Informallofl Jolm Olivpr WEDNESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark News, Wlhr, Sport 1-00 News ond Grain CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY World fll Six Jim Elliot Rob Show CBC News Request Aclion News, Wlhr, Eporl i.nc Jcnn Walker Show Phone Bill Show a.m. Doug Wayne Barry 'ngram son Show Probe 1520 World at ilx it CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour Connie) rt.co Don Hedman WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concerls (Bob D Don MacMaslcr rt.oo Don Sign-Off Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberta Conctrlt THURSDAY World el Six Newi Fye Opener World at 8 As It Happens Vancouver Chamber World et 1 Concern Arts This Country Between ourselves Radio Noon News, Sports, wthr Orchestra 2-03 Schools From Irie Capitals Newa, Sporls, Wlhr Max Ferguson Five Nights a week Jan Track World at IT'S COMING-DON'T MISS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and tPnotog.'iapnic Centel 419 Slh St. S. Phone 328-692? 3rd ANNUAL GIANT WINTER STEREO FAIR "Sound Spectacular'7 Thurs. and Fri., Feb. 3 and 4 YATES MEMORIAL LOUNGE 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY World's Finest Stereo Equipment from Sonyl CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Ti Tiuth or N> Consequences Teleprobe 7 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Showtime (c) Judgement at 7rW '.'.'inter Olympics (c) Selling Out (c) 9.00 Lol's "Make A Deal tc) Consumer Showcase (c) Trulh or Consrqucnces (c) nkj nbcrg THURSDAY Farm and Cily Today Rnmpor Room Mr. Dressup Canadian Schools Friendly Gianl Chez Helene Snsan'.o Street Miday Movie! Escort West Galloping Gourmcl .TCO Take JO EdfJC of Nigh? Family Courl Droo In Trulh or CDnscquenrn CFCN-TV Lelhbridgs Channel 13 [Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY WIGHT THURSDAY Flmlslonca (c) Trough! for Day S.JO The Lucy Show Unjuersily of Air ot House of Toronto (c) Frighlensloln Sporlsbeal Program Hilights Marcus Welby (c) Fashion In Sewing The Persuaders (ci Parians Francois News (c) Yoga News IQ'OO In "Cnn versa lion Ppnr'ulum 10: 30 Erf Allen 13.00 David Trml Plcrrn Brrlmi Bpvvilcficd Brai iho Clock Movie: Knock On Door Whfll's Ihs Good Wwd Anoihor World (c) Anylhinrj You Can Do -Ton Dick Van Dyko 1 jckshol i.OO riinNn (r.l KRTV Grenl Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today In Monlana Worlrf 8-30 Concenlrslion Edge of Niqhl Sale nf the Cen'ury Lovn Arnonr.in Hollywood Squarrs Slyln (c) 1Q-.00 Jetvonrdy ?-IQ rnmilv AMflii It.) 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