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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tufiduv. November 16, 1971 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAID 7 Betrayed by own daughter NEW VdliK (AP, _ nme magazine ttVvm experts believe Chine pr.riv Chairman Mao rsc-tiing's orMime trir- apparcnt, Lin tried three times to assii. during an Ill-month :.-d ihat Lin was betrayed in a escape at- tempt In- his Time says the Crjr.a expert; have evulenw, ir.Ojdiiie some from sources inside China, that i Defence .Minister Lin, whom Mao set up only 2h ago as his successor, is "politically j finished and possibly dead as well." Time says "an epic j for power'' came to a climax in I September and six of the 21 i members of the politburo have YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A f RADIO AND TV 5 302 )Jth sr N] 'since "dropped completely from view." i Time gives this account of ihe siory it said was pieced to- gether from various sources oy "China watchers from Hong to "Last September, Lin was somehow fourd out and he de- cided to try to flee China, lie raced to a military airfield near Pekcis: with his wife, his son ar.d two key co-sonspirctors: Mao's chief ideaolosue, per- sonal secretary and ghost- v.TJter, Chen Po-ta. who was purged from his fourth-ranking NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday-JERRY and the TRAVELLERS 4 Fri. and Sat.-ANYTKING GOES AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! i Police officer before cameras at Calgary NEW YORK (API Deter- 1 live Ed Egan of New York now is before the cameras in Calgary with Loc Man-in and Gene Hackman for Kansas City Prime, a Cinema Centre film. Egan, whose exploits in breaking up a huge narcotics were the subject of a novfl and a film, does a com- plete reversal from his real life activities and portrays a Chicago gangl and cliicftaffl who hires Marvin to kill Hcckman, the leader of a rival mob. Old movie props I bring Probe park plan HOLLYWOOD (AP) M-> vie props from inp carrir.pes from r.r.d Nob Hill to a huge sained apo from P 1 a n e I of tlx1 Apes brought nearly S50.000 here in the first session of the Century Fox studio auction. The stuffed simian was pur- chased for ?220 by actress Deiv bie Reynolds, who plans to open a film museum here soon. She also paid 5.T20 for two models, of Italian railway box cars uted in Van Ryan's Express. Highesi priced of Uio items sold Ln the first of si.x sessions to dispose of unwant- ed props wa> the brougham carriage from Desiree. the j f i! m starring Marlon Brando j and Jean Simmons. It sold for tie made in London early next year. "Kir a film by Bardot and me there will be no problem finding the money." The Standard quotes Yadim as saving in an interview. who launched Mis? Bardot's career in the 15150s with And God Woman, said they had remained good friends despite their divorce. HOLLYWOOD (Rented Local record studios are cash- ing in on the Jesus revival among youth by bringing out two rock oi Handel's Messiah for Christmas. One is conducted by star Ciinnonball Adderley and the other by a English- man, Andy Belling. LIN PAIO May be dead SOUTHERN ALBERTA iltPfHEATRES V CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE" In co'or Sirring Tony Musante and Suzy Kendall. Tues- day and Wednesday. November 16 and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult" Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THERE WAS A CROOKED MAX" In Technicolor. Star- ring Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda. Tuesday and Wed- nesday. November 16 and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MURPHY'S WAR" In Technicolor. Starring Peter OTooie. Tuesday and Wednesday. November 16 and 17. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Child- ren. TABER Tower Theatre "linuSK OF DARK SHADOWS" In color, Starring John and Jonathan Frid. Tuesday, November 16. Shows at 7-f'i and p.m. Adult. i CALGARY iCP> The Na- tional and Provincial Parks j Association of Canada is plan- ning a study into the environ- mental effects of a proposed resort development at Lake spot in the politburo last fall, in National Park, and Wu Fa-hsien, boss cf the The association opposed the Chinese air force. j Village Lake Louise project last "The would-be defectors took whm Uie Parks off in a British made Trident Publlc hearings on with a special radar I ranKe Plans flights at designed lo permit very low altitudes. "Wherever they were headed, they never it. LuVs own daughter, Lin Tou-tou. betrayed the escape attempt and the Tri- dent was somehow shot down." Time says a Trident which "mysteriously crashed deep in Mongolia'' is believed to have teen the plane in which Liu tried to escape. The magazine adds: "The So- viets know the identities of the nine bodies found at the Trident! long- "the Rocky Mountain parks. The development is to cover 1CM acres and would include ho- tels, restaurants, boutiques, a shopping centre, sports equip- ment shops and medical facil- ities. Conservationists claim Ihe project would disrupt natural activities such as animal mi- grations, and would create problems for garbage and sew- age disposal. IMPORTANT ELEMENT Parks association president crash site but they will say only Dr. J. G. Nelson said here "Na- that the victims were in uni- i tiona! parks are one of the most form, that one was a woman important elements of our na- and there were signs of an armed struggle in the aircraft, suggesting a hijack NOON HOUR Special In Effect Until Nov. 20th MAMA BURGER FRENCH FRIES BEVERAGE AVAILABLE ONLY BETWEEN II a.m. and 1 p.m. Available At Both Locations 710 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-6056 7607 Mayor Magrath Dr. Ph. 327-8255 OPEN DAILY AT A.M. [Laureiilide earnings increase VANCOUVER (CP) Laur- j entide Financial Corpora t i o n [Ltd. today reported consolidat- ed net earnings of S4.310.473 for the nine months ended Sept. 30, 1971, an increase of or 41.5 per cent over the results in the corresponding period of 1970. After providing for preferred dividend payments of earnings per common share for the nine months were 81.1 cents j compared with 491. cents in the I comparable period last year. j In a report, to shareholders, M. L. Goeglcin, president and j chief executive officer of (he Vancouver based financial in- stitution, said all major oper- j atiiig divisions contributed sig- nifleantly to profits. Kardasli named to baud post EDMONTON (CP) Ted Kardash of Edmonton has been appointed assistant conductor of the Edmonton Symphony Or- chestra. He will assist music director and conductor Lawrence Leo- nard. Mr. Kardash, who came to Edmonton from Winnipeg in is conductor of the Uni- versity of Alberta Symphony and the Edmonton Youth Orch- estra, uhich will represent Can- ada at an International Youth Orchestra Festival in Switzer- land next summer. ional culture and are not just i federally operated recreation j facilities whose main purpose is j to boost the local or regional economy and the tourist indus- try." The development "would es- sentially be another townsite in Banff National Park, located only 30 miles from Banff town- site, wliich can accommodate more than people al- ready." Developers say they have problems such as sewage and garbage disposal under control j and plans call for structures which would fit into the sur- roundings. I Also they would not fill the area with ski lifts but would j extend some of those operating now. Dr, Nelson said the parks as- J sociation also plans to press for 1 creation of a na t i o n a 1 parks j system in the northern part of the country. Some areas have been set aside as possible parks, he said, "but this is not firm enough." I "We want definite commit- ments and a long-range pro- gram of development. "The federal government has clear jurisdiction in the terri- tories to develop such a pro- gram and we want it to act now for the future." j LONDON (Renter> Brigilte I Bardot is to renew her movie partnership with the director who made her famous, her firet husband Roger Yadim, news- paper reports say. The London Evening Standard says Yadim is to cast her as a female Don Juan in a movie to Intelligence department banded out NEW YORK (API News- week magazine says President Nixon, in a super-secret memo- randum, has criticized Vnited States intelligence for five n1- cent failures. The failures cited by the pros- idem, says the current issue of Newsweek, were: to predict fero- city of North Vietnamese resis- tance to the Laos campaign ear- lier this year. that led to a futile commando raid on an empty prisoner-of-war camp in North Vietnam. estimates of the number of Yiet Cong weapons and supplies flowing through the Cambodian port of Siha- noukville. to detect sooner the Russian-built surface-to-air mis- siles in the Middle East cease- fire zone last year. on how well die Vnited States could detect possible Soviet violations of any amis control agreement, which forced an eight-month delay in the strategic a r m s limitation talks. I NEW YORK The Naked Ape, the best-seller by British author Desmond Morris winch trace? the history of the human species, is being made into a movie. Production, due obligmion. Send your name, j oddieis, and ?ip code to; Mom-; ory Sludirs, 555 E. Lango St., Dopt. CI7-40, Mundfilein, ill. 60060. A postcard wilt do. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT JFHNY ATiUTTTR 1UCIFN JOHN DAVID (Wll 11 ENDS TONIGHT "HIRED HAND a IN COLOR WITH PETtR FONDA ;