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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wedticsdoy, November 17, 1971 ON SALE: NOVEMBER 17 WINTER A tailored-look THERMAL DRAWERS CJ I! JrS 1. NYLON TURTLE NECK CARLTON PORTABLE RADIO VARIEGATED PURE WOOL KNITTING WORSTED SANI-QUEEN STEP ON CAN FANTASY CHRISTMAS WRAP ABRIC Colton Wide Walo Cord Printed Terry Printed Pin Wale Cord Permanent Press Prints Colton Folklore Prints Knit denim Mix and Mnlcti 50% Polyester 50 Orion Bonded Turbo Acrylic Acrylic Double Knit Polyester Peau Do Chrome RIOT SPECIAL 45% Wool, 55% Polyester Herringbone Suiting 55% Wool, 45% Polyester Poly Lnno Prinlecl Crimpknll RIOT SPECIAL Screen Printed Acelcile Knit 100% Acrylic Bonded RIOT SPECIAL CRIMPKNIT ALL PRE-CUT LENGTHS 20% OFF CRIMPKNIT Pre-Cut lengths THURSDAY and FRIDAY SATURDAY Top spy modest Truc ing fi m fello w Edmonton 11 again EDMONTON (CT) Wil- liam .Skoroyko, for Ed- monton Knsl., hns Iiis fifth unopposr-d federal nom- ination. lie afinin inioppp.srd in a to l.he Con.servi.five ciitulidalc in Ed- monton East in the nox! frd- cral elrrlkm Mr. Skorcyko, nil Ml' since It.'is not been opposed for Ilio. Con.servnt.'vi1 noir.ina- tion in the riding since JAPAN TO PAY U.S. TOKYO The Japa- nese government pay Hie United Slates an eslimaled million for properly in Okinawa be lunied over lo Japan when Ihe Uniled Slales relurns Uio island to Japan in 1972. C'ALCAUY (CP) Trimac Ud., a trucking firm with sub- sidiaries also in transportation, learned ?Hii.OOO durinf! ihc six months ended 30. The enreings equivalent to M.I c'cnls a share, and com- pared with or 3i'.3 cents ari; up in Ihe corresponding t'lKiirman ft. We- Cinfi said in thu interim report (hi1 company is in a strong fi- nancial position hut directors are concerned wilh the fedcraj pvernment aKilude on Uxa- lion, compelilion and labor. MOSCOW I Renter I So- viet masler-.-py Col. Kudolf Ivnnovicli Abel, who died Jlcr.day, his country's espionage network in the United Sinlcs for nine years from behind the facade of a quiet Bohemian artist. Thin, nondescript and mid- dle aged, .be achieved accept- ance by his neighbors in Brooklyn, N.Y. He pretended to be a photographer and painter without imidi talenl. old-fashioml in his views and wilh an interest in mnsie of Bach and the paintings of Kembrandt and Van CJogh. He kept his double identity secret with such skill that after his arrest in a small hotel in .Manhattan in June, 1957, none of his acquaint- ances came forward lo say they suspected anything at ell about the kindly, modest man they blew as Emil K. Gold- [us' Even during his sensational j trial in New York Mate that year, his direct involvement I in specific cases of stolen in- formation remained vague. The only charge which he admitted to was that he had illegally entered the United Stales. DENIED IIIS EXISTENCE The Soviet government de- nied any knowledge of him for years after his arrest and it was only in when he was back in the Soviet Union, that he received recognition. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, the Soviet Union's highest civilian award, for "outstanding service'' mark- ing his 30 years as an intelli- gence agent. His nine years at the head of what has been described as the most efficient spy ring ever planted in the U.S. came to an end through something he must have feared but could not of his own men gave him away. His deputy, Lt.-Col. Reino Hayhanen, told the story to the American authorities after being ordered back to Moscow by his superiors. It was his evidence in court such spy tools as screws with cavities, nails with removable heads and coins with hollowed-oul scc- Uons discovered by the EBI that brought Abel a conviction of 30 years' imprisonment. The principal charges in- cluded conspiracy to transmit atomic and military informa- tion to the Soviet Union. HAD POWERFUL KADIOS In his Brooklyn studio were short-wave receivers for tak- ing instructions from Moscow and modern apparatus for coding and concealing mes- sages. He took over the North American activi- ties covered both Ihe U.S. and after slipping into the U.S. from Canada in leaving his wife and daughter in the Soviet Union. It was a time of enormous spy activity in the United Stales. In 1950, the FBI ar- rested Americans Julius and Ethel Rosenberg as partici- pants in an atomic spy ring. They were later executed. Precisely what his organiza- tion gathered and transmitted to Moscow1 during the nine years remain a mystery. But the Soviet Union's inter- est in Abel eventually emerged into the open when the Russians suggested and obtained an exchange of the master-spy for Erancis Gary Powers, pilot of an American U-2 high-level reconnaissance aircraft brought down in Rus- sia May 1, Powers served monlhs of his 10-year .sentence in the So- viet Union. Abel served four years and eight months of 110-year sentence. WEDNESDAY SPOUT: Pro Hockey, li p.m., Cli. 1.1. The Los Angeles Kings meet the Maple Leafs in Toror.lo. SPOUT: Pro Football. 7 p.m.. Cli. 7. The Calaary Stam- pede-re meet the Saskalchcwan limiahridcrs in !be second game of the bcst-of-three Western finals, 'flic Stampcdcrs won the first game played in Calgary. COMEDY: Doctor in the Mouse, p.m., C'li. 13. Tile trials and tribulations of Michael's blind date with a nurse known as "Rigor Mortis." MOVIE DK.VMA: "The C.ainc is Over." 9 p.m., Cli. 13. A lush study of Ihe decadent rich which u bride's affair with her older husband's son. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Town nil p.m., Cli. 7. When a beautiful woman is strangled, a sletilh from Scot- land Yard begir_3 to investigate the lives of his prime suspects. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "I Was a 1 p.m., Cli. 7. A young debutante, suffering from kleptomania, becomes in- volved with a shoplifting ring. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Operation Dnnlile 1 p.m., Cli. 13. A secret agent tries lo slop the murder of a Middle Eastern ambassador. Programi ore Ilited by Iht Any. variation in program ehangei by the stotlorii and li nQl of the Hrtald or Trimble, Tire WEDNESDAY NIGHT CHEC THURSDAY Jack Hewfeld Leo Dow cjoc WEDNESDAY N'GHT THURSDAY at Six Tolfll Information Oliver BcT' Ciark News, Wthr, Sport Jim Lliici and Grain n CBC News Prircs Rob Ingram Shew 7.50 News, Wthr, "ccrl .Kirk John Walker Show Phon" Bill 3 Matinee a.m. Doug Wayne Barry Rob Ingram son Show Probe 1220 World al alx -A- CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOfJ. THRU SAT. r- n-a Hr-Hn-fi Lonsie) neaniort CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alberta Concerls World at Six News THURSDAY :05 Eye Opener As If Happens Vancouver Chamber a't' Concern Orch ''National Arts Between Ourselves Orchestra Radin Noon News, bporls, Wthr urcnevra From me Ncws- wtnr RrquKcn Five Nights a week Jazz Track World flt 6 Trimble's Tire FJ E9 Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPERGRIP 83 RANGE SIZE 775-14 825-14 825-15 355-15 314 llth Street South One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Buiil to premium ny- lon standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comforf. Now is the time to purchase your winter tiros. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- ments. Phone 327-2007, 327-2396 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} WEDNESDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 Iflcprche 7 TriURSDAV ftiTO (c) RompT Rnnm 7'CO CFl Finn! Mr. Dressun ni-.fl Calnnrv Ic) Lanaclinn 9'30 Sp; V.'ocK Friendly Gi.int Dick C.ivpti (t) Chez Hoknf Nc'.-.s Ic) SCLiime Strf.t r) CFCN-TV Lcthbridgo Channel 13 (Cab lev is ion Ch. 4) NC'.-.i MI.TJ.'JS Ncrin Universily of Air Bo7, (r; Yntja !h" flrck Wovio Thirr- WEDNESDAY NIGHl l Untsloncs IO 5- 30 Mews (C) 6.00 NHL Los Anqelos al Toronlo House fil Frlqliton- Dndcr in Hie riouie slcin (c) 9'00 Mnvic: ft. 30 Unclf ilobhy (r) Ihn Gnmii Is Over Prrfjrnm Mi 11 nr, N. (c) r-nshicns in H-jfl News P'irlcn Frnm.iis 11- "i PfTii'ilum Td Allnn (r) U-no D.iviri Frost In CnnvT-r.ntmn All Afccitt fhoughl lor Dny Picrrs Dortcn nn n Dyke KRTV Groat Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) IOW (C) Burnett Ifrfw 10.10 Inninhf Shnw THURSDAY KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGI NPWS Room (f) llfswitchrrt (c) l-.ddio's F.ilhf-r 8.on Smith fiiniilv World M.in .ind thu New'. Porsuiidcr. Dick C.ivfitt THURSDAY 11 Farm News Ic) J' Mows f.ipt.iin K.inq.irnn l tlinnh's f'lcicf 7 fl-.in k Unl-nnnc ir) 7 Aurlrry (t.J WhCM1 llm Heart 10 JS Nrwi d 1 lor All My Children ;