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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS mentioned for UN job By STEPHEN SCOTT UNITED NATIONS (CP) Among the stranger tilings happening at the UN these days is talk of Maurice Strong of Canada and Corncliu Manescu of Romania as candidates for the position of secretary-general. Inf Western sources said Friday that neither has as much chance as the proverbial snowball in hades of getting tha job because neither can be accepted by countries on the other side of the ideological fence. Yet their names persist end one report says that some under-developed countries are seriously discussing ihe possibility of Strong taking over the position that is being vacated at tha end of the year by U Thant of Burma. Strong former head of Canada's aid agency and secretary-general of the World Environment Conference, burst into the limelight Wednesday. He deivered a speech to s group of businessmen in New York that included a strong defence of the UN but which called for "shock treatment" which would involve staff cuts of up to 50 per cent in some areas. SAY HE'S RACE Observers said the speech propelled into the secretary-general race at a time when no progress is being made in a search for a successor for Thant. The feeling persisted despite denials from Strong's associates that he is seeking the job. Strong himself wrnt to Geneva Thursday. UN officials said Strong had not cleared the talk with the secretary-general, although it is routine for speeches dealing with subjects other than those which senior staff members deal, to receive approval. Jjirths, -funerals, I ntre, was on his way from "'lymoulh, England, to fenerife n tho Canary Islands when his 25fr.ot yacht sank. "We almost had given up (he centre's chief instructor, Brian Cole, said, "lie s a very luckv In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Josephine, who r passed a w a y A, sjr 'Deep in our hearts you 5 slay, jf Loved and (1 me m bercd every day. Fver remcm-bored by her husband Charlie; son Joe, Janet and children, Billy, Susie, Ellio and Aron; son Tommy, Jean and daughter Francis 75 love the flowers so gay on bleak, cold days. Crochet Sunday-best cap and mitten set trimmed with flowers and leaves in bright colors. Welcome Christmas gift. 7.1fi7: directions for set, year sizes ind. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins for each pattern (no ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone GARAGE BUILDING, CEMTNT v.'iirk and stuccolna. Andnrr.nn f.rrt "Yrcmon Consirutlion, 10JO 7in Avc. S Phone 317 (SdSI. C7377-tf AIL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE-place, cetvient, brick, painting and rcofir.q Ronovallons and house rais. 336-10-SS. PAINTING IAPANE5.F PAINTER, CITY OR COUNTRY. PHONE 317-8731, EVENINGS. pLTAsr? RT.AD'YOUR FRAUD RING MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal fraud squad said yesterday it hji- smashed a dealing in stolon credit cards which in the last three i months bilked companies ot more than each pattern for first-class mailing and special to HE LFTIIRKIDGE TIF.RAI.D leaders Mail riO Front Street West roronto 1. Otnario tisoinenti and REPORT ERRORS in limn for ths nexl Insertion. The Let! -brldcje Herald Is for ;