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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 7, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI HERALD 5 Russian agent claimed chauffeur London magazine to publish big scoop on Canadian PM lly JOHN LfBI.ANC LONDON (CP) Did a Cana- dian prime minister have a Rus- sian agent for ;i chauffeur? Jf lie (lid, readers of lhu Sun- day Times magazine will soon he learning all about it, willi lavish color photos lo brighten up the text and plenty of fat ads at a page to cheer up Lord Thomson. Dreaming up ideas like The Midden History of the 20th Cen- which Hie Ottawa yarn is a still unexplored potential chapter is what helps put golden corpuscles in the veias of Thomson's lush and affluent publication, which celebrates its loth birthday Sunday. A decade ago, few except the Canadian-born publisher cared much for the survival chances of the magazine, an insert in Thomson's Sunday Times and the first of its kind in Britain. The Fleet Street betting was 100 to 1 against, its lasting a year. TWO FACES OF MICK Dramatic masks of comedy and tragedy are worn by Mick Jagger in his first motion picture role. Jagger plays an entertainer who drops out of society, in "Performance" a Warner Bros, film in which he stars with James Fox. For a time the odds looked reasonable. Thomson deter- mined lo tap high-grade adver- tising with the novelty of color, sank more than ?2 million into bis brain-child. SAT TIGHT "It was a completely new thing and no one wanted lo ad- vertise in it but he jusl sat light and predicted it would come says editor Godfrey Smith. "Then one day about 1'u years after the start, it was as though we'd hit the jackpot. It's been solidly profitable ever since." Thomson says it has Rone far beyond paying off its original losses. Guesses in the trade are baltlefront photos around the Telegraph (Friday) have stayed mates his in a g a 7 i n e takej lat it clears better than world have won afloat and share with the Sun-! around 50 per cent of the- total. tional articles, some was j day Times a gross of about 5KI5 reported lo Ihe disciplinary million a year. Thomson esti- Press Council for an article on sex on Ihe back seat of cars but beat the a miscellany of other topics. As with his other offspring, Thomson keeps his hands off the magazine's editorial end. lie Stale ownership is on Iraiis-Alaska pipeline JUNEAU, Alaska Alaska legislature should not shut the door on stale owner- ship of the trans-Alaska pipe- line, Gov. William Egan says. Gov. Egan said information that could become public with- in the next two months might support his contention that state ownership is "almost a must." However, he declined lo elaborate. The governor told a news conference he wanted lo make no slatement that could jeopar- dize issuance of an environ- mental impact statement for the pipeline. Gov. Egan, who earlier this weft introduced a six-bill pack- age for regulalion own- ership of Ihe 800-mile line, said latest cost studies indicated the entire facility could cost from billion to S3 billion. And he said he was greatly author sought disappointed at an announce- ment from the federal interior department that Ihe environ- mental statement would be de- layed once again, this lime until March. a year. It also has been one of the major factors in the success of The Sunday Times. The paper's circulation jumped hy when the color supplement was started, Thomson says, and has hung on to this. Smith, the editor, goes farther and says that surveys have shown Ihat more people read I the magazine than the Illicit j black-and-white paper wrapped around il. Smith, 45, gives readers a varied diet of hard server (Sunday) and The Daily town. Two killed at crossing The imiss-circulotion Daily Mirror also tried it. but finally i cut its losses after taking a fin- ancial heating. 'kt'r falls f I HOI'S is known to have made one I PROVOST (CP) Two per- suggestion for a feature. It was sons are dead and anolher is not acted on. i in serious condition in hospital it' Other papers have followed i after their car was struck by a j II IIL'I'X Thomson into the color supple- 1 CP Rail freight train Saturday ment field. Inserts in The Ob- ncar this east central Alberta FAST WORKER NEW YORK (AP) Last September Paul Sebasliano opened a personal chequing ac- count by depositing with the Chemical Bank. He received a privilege card enabling him lo cash cheques up lo al any branch of the bank. Assistant- District Attorney John Meek- ings said Sebastiano used his privilege card Nov. 10 to pass 32 bad cheques in 32 Chemical branches, and collected in less than six hours. INo confidence expressed on lied Deer College chiefs RED DEER (CP) Stu- dents and faculty, in a secret vote here, expressed non-confi- dence in the admim'stralion of Red Deer College. The results showed 90 per cenl of the faculty numbers i and 75 per cent of the students expressed non confidence. Fifty-seven per cent of the stu- dents said they would not re- turn next year if the present administration is kept on. The vote was taken after i several teachers al the college were dismissed and a report j that .several courses would be dropped next year. I Thl dead were 'dentified by police as Melton Gramlick, 17. j and Grant Wilford Gramlick. 15, both of nearby Haytcr. The boy in hospital was Lome Gramlick, 11. They were be- lieved to be brothers. No decision has been made about an inquest. EDMONTON iCTI A la- borer was in satisfactory con- dition today after falling five floors from a building under construction. Stephen Ballyshyn, 511. n f Edmonton suffered broken ribs, lie told police he was spreading a canvas when Hie hvo-by-four plank on which he was standing gave way. LOGICAL CHOICE LILLE, France (Reuter) Police accused an accountant of stealing from his em- ployer, but a search of his home turned up no trace of the money. The accountanl con- fessed Friday, explaining: "I hid it in the office safe. II was the only secure place I could tlu'nk of." BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A N. Phone 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for Leland Electric Motors Prestolite AC and DC Specializing in ihree phase wiring marriage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Danish singer Nina van Pel-landt, who disputes Clifford Irv-ing's claim about meetings in Mexico with Howard Hughes, says Irving had asked to marry 'ier. She said here she would go Before a federal grand jury studying possible fraud charges against Irving and thai her future relationship with the novelist "must now depend on says si outcome of Ihis whole affair." The grand jury in New York is invesligaling Irving's claim that a book manuscript he sold to McGraw-Hill, Inc., was a Hughes autobiography assembled at meetings with the reclusive billionaire. Irving had signed an affidavit saying he and Hughes had long sessions in Mexico about the purported autobiography am lhat Mrs. van Pellandl went with him. However, the singer says she knows of no way Irving could have met Hughes in Mexico because she was never away from Irving more than 90 minutes on the trip. LOVE HAS LIMITS "He loves me; he has asked me lo marry htm and I am sure that, is why he thought I would stand by she told reporters Friday as she arrived in London with her manager, John Marshall. "I never met Howard Hughes and I'm inclined to think now that Clifford has not she said. Irving, 41, is married to nger fourth wife, a Swiss artist. Mrs. van Pellandl, 39, has been separated from her second husband since 1969 when she and Irving met on the Spanish island of Ibiza, where both have homes. The singer said she and Marshall will fly to New York next week, possibly Tuesday, to testify before the grand jury. Former Hughes aide John Meier told the jury Friday he could tell by reading Ihe manuscript whether the purported autobiography was authentic and offered to do so. SUSKIND IS CALLED There were also Ihese developments in the case: R. Suskind, Irving's researcher in gathering the Hughes material, was subpoenaed at his home on the Spanish island of Majorca to appear Monday before the panel. spent 90 minutes closeted with two assistant U.S. attorneys but declined to comment on the conference. His scheduled appearance before the grand jury has been postponed. There were strong indications that the panel planned to question Robert A. Mahcu and his son Peter. The elder Mahcu managed Hughes' enterprises in Nevada for years, then sued his former boss for million after he was fired in 1970. Robert Morvillo, assistant TAKE A GENTLE From the makers of TUMS5 Take gentle-acting 1 N! Nature's (w remedy! N? isan laxative. For over 70 years, hR has been giving folks pleasant, effective I-AMII.Y relief tomorrow alright! REGULAR- CHQCQLAJE COATED- ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 26" R.C.A. COLOR Reg SPECIAL 1238 3rd Ave. attorney, overseer of the investigalion, said Hughes him-seh" mighl be subpoenaed for queslioning bul added: "We are not. anvwhere near ready." ACCOUNT IS McGraw-Hill, which planned lo publish the purported autobiography, said Swiss police had, at its request, frozen an account in Ihe Union Bank of Switzerland in Zurich. A highly placed bank source said police acted on the theory that the account contained some of the still missing otil of Ihe McGraw-Hill intended to pay Hughes for publishing rights. The source said, however that the account had not been opened by Irving's wife, who lias been linked with two other Zurich accounts previously frozen in the case. Hughes has said he never authorized Irving to compile his life story and never received the McGraw-Hill money. ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE IT R.C.A. COLOR K28 Reg SPECIAL 1238 3rd Ave. ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE R.C.A. 17" COLOR Reg SPECIAL 123S 3rd Ave. ACTIVE TV FEBRl Electrohome Reg. with stand SPE 1238 3rd Ave. CLEARANCE nt Stereo CIAL ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 19" R.C.A. COLOR UQQ Reg SPECIAL roundup is problem EDMONTON (CP) Rounding up surplus elk al LIU Island National Park just e.ist of here has been a problem, park superintendent Don Me Millan said Friday. The surplus animals about 150 of them arc lo be transferred lo the Clear Hills, Alia., area, northwest of Peace River where they will become breeding stock. Mr. McMillan said only 10 of the animals have been caught so far. They can jump an eight-fool fence. The best trapping season Is yot lo come, he said, and a substantial number of elk should be caughl by mid-] March. 1238 3rd Ave. ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE R.C.A. 23" CONSOLE Walnut Cabinet. Reg. SPECIAL 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 3 only 26" Electrohome coior j Rot, SPECIAL 1238 3rd Avo. ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE R.C.A. 23" CONSOLE Walnut Cabinet. Reg. SPECIAL 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phono DUNLOP'S SELLING POWER MAKES IT ALL POSSIBLE! This kind of volume selling allows DUNLOP FORD lo offer you excep- tional savings on a 1972 car. Think of it, MILLION selling power to save you money. 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