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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f, THE UTHIIRIt'l'i Milk Itiurichiy Nivcmlici '25. nmniiuj; slioil IViwii realizes -football tan's dream WASHINGTON i A Pi llu-hard Nixon, who confesses ;l McDonnell Ihe ''strike' I'1' couldn't make the C squad iindreds a 1 ID-pound schoolboy, has used the power o[ the presi- dency to achieve a football ('I'iniimied1 calling signals for a I learn. Nixon put aside (he prob- lems of state briefly on a chilly winter afternoon Tues- ila; lo appear, unannounced anil uninvited, at the Washing- ion Redskins' practice field in ou'iliysi l the players, gave them a rah- 1 rah ppp makes a pirat difference in whether you win or pre- ilicird Ihe Redskins, imu' and trailing Dallas in Hie Na- lional Football Conference Eastern Division hy a half- gamc, will gel mlo the play- offs. Then, on orders ul coach FRIDAY BOTH LOCATIONS NORTH and SOUTH SPECIAL ONLY Offer good tomorrow only November 26th! AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS 516- 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-4855 1152-MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE SOUTH PHONE 327-6440 Allen, quarterback Hilly Kilmer called the offen- sive unit into a huddle. "Any special Kilmer shouted In Nixon. "A Nixon re- sponded. CALLS roil SCREEN Then Ihe president strolled loward the huddle and. with animation, offered Kilmer more specific guidance. It was a screen passing lo run- ning back Charley Harraway, who drifted to the right and, behind a wall of blockers, romped yards through a crowd of reporters to the end zone. "We'll use that screen Allen told Nixon. Then it was the defensive unit's turn. Unaided by presi- dential signal-calling, Ihe unit lined up and charged past NLxon with whoops and shouts. With Allen listening, Nixon analysed the rest of the lied- skin b'unday at Philadelphia, then games with New York Giants, Los Ange- les Rams and Cleveland Browns. "I'm going to go out on the limh and pretty good in the field of that this team is going to get into the Nixon said. "Out of Uiese next foul1, you're going to win three, if not all four." Our ingenious cassette tape recorder. Even the microphone is built in. ho "Selby" is a portable cassette tape recorderwith advanced engi- neering features. Like a built-in con denser microphone that picks up s.-und with superb sensitivity, Autu- that shuts Ihe set of I when the tape is finished, Easy-Malic Record- ing circuit {or perfect recording every lime. Salcty Record Lock lo prevent Todpn'.al erasing. AC buiit-in and il.H'crv power. cc-d available lorshg'il'y more. Deep sea blue, burnt orange, mid- night black. Complete with pre- recorded cassette. RQ-224AS. A small hanaiul of AM with a big earful ol sound. The "Ciarind i' is a solid engi- neered AM p' 'Mble radio in midnight black, nntiqi. whlto. or harvest qoid with silver I''1 dynamic pp' ear.y-in-see vernier tuning, in ferrite core antenna. With earphone. R-1241. travelling companions, isticated, easy to take and always entertaining. The pushbutton memory machine. It goes along with whatever you have in mind. Whetherit'stravelling music or business dictation the "Allendale" compact cassette tape recorder delivers sound from a PM dynamic speaker. It features Auto- Stop, Easy-Matic Recording, Safety Record Lock and both power. Solid state engineered wiih remote dynamic microphone and pro-recorded cassette. adaptable. RQ-209DJ We'vfi cut off the corners and come up with swinging AM sound. The absolutely unique Bdll n Chain "Panapot will delight everybody. Available in five sinking colors, red, white, blue, green and yellow. The f nil-range 2-. dynamic speaker delivers full-bodied sound. Roll-disc tunmn and volume controls permit easy station nnd level selection. The "Pannpot" comes with a detach- able carrymq chain, an earphone, and all porlablos. with hattory. The advanced personal portable with integrated circuits T tin "PalmdalG''scts ancwhinh in vertical modular desinn. Easy-lo- slide rule tuninrj panel, custom slide-down handle and tapered make it as distinc- tive as it is portable. operation, integrated circuits with a yearwarranty, PM whip and AM antennas. 3" PM dynamic speaker, AFC (Automatic Frequency Controf) on FM, and 2-stop tone control. Solid state enqineered. in midnight black or antique white. Complete with batteries, and earphone. RF-561U Panasonic just slightly ahead ot our time SSDORSKY'S 542 13th STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-1151 1 mi I CASTHO Eyes Guautananio Fidel Castro says Cuba wil eventually gel the'United States j Navy out of Guanianamo, per-1 haps without firing a single! shot. i is a new state of con-1 sciousncss in the world; things I are changing; some day Cuba] will get Guantanamo hack from the United the Cuban premier told students in an im- promptu question ami-answer session at the State Technical University in Punta Arenas, Chile. Despite Castro's successful takeover of Cuba in 1959 and the subsequent break in relations between his Communist govern- ment and the U.S., the US.. Navy lias refused to abandon its traditional base on Gnan- lananio Bay. near the island's south-eastern tip. V A man was to be mar- ried in Tokyo apparently com- mitted suicide because a thief took the money that was to pay for the wedding, police report- ed They said Tatsuzo Takasawa 33, did no' show up for the cere- i mony and he was found later, i 'dead as the result of a fall from a (all nuikling. They con-1 eluded that he jumped. In his pocket was a note that said; "The marriage which I have dreamed of has be- j come impossible now because, 1 lost all of the money to pay for the wedding ceremony. The Queen Mother has taken over the sovereign's duties as her daughter remained in Buck- ingham Palace w i t h chicken pox. Tor the Queen it was the third timo she was afflicted j with a complaint most people i gel in their childhood. The -i.V i year ok! monarch caught mumps when she Hi and measles r.flcr the birth of her heir, Prince Charles, in No- vcmber, Dr. M. Thodp. presi- dent of McMaster University i for 11 years, is resigning in i June. He is a native of Dun-, clurn, Sask. The manuscript log kept by I lie co pilot of the bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima was sold to a Manhattan book dealer for i 000. The manuscript was sold al an auction in Parke Bernct: Galleries at York. It was consigned to the sale by Capl. i Robert A. Lewis, who wrote it i Aug. 6. 1IM5. Included in the log was the notation: "If 1 lived a hundred years I'll never quite get those few minute s out of my mind Comedian Danny Kayo said at United Nations if children could he mobilized to help chil- dren the world would "make enormous headway.'1 The red-haired comic told a news conference lie hopes to see the day when North Amer- ica's "trick or treat" for UNI- CEF will be repeated in one form or another around the world. He also said he recently vis- ilcd Pakistan refugee camps in India and the sight was "phaV- ly. absolutely ghastly.1' Kayo was reporting to corre- on a trip around (he world on behalf of the UN Chil- dren's Fund known as UNI- CKF. It was one of many trips he has made on behalf of the fund that seeks to help the underfed and underprivileged children of the w o r d nnd, which is financed <-ompletely by voluntary donations. In North America the fund is best known for its Halloween collec- tions and it.s Christmas cards. MOV1K TIIIIIU.KII: Ch. 7. Starring Dennis Weaver, this is a uni'iue motion piclurc made for TV In the only major role in Ihe film Weaver plays a motorist on a lonely road win, becomes involved m a deadly duel with Hie driver of a trailer (ruck. CHIME DI1AMA: O'llara. Treasury Agenl. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Air-eaigo Ihefts spark iindcrcuver investigation by special agent O'llara. COMKDV: Till' Dean Jliirlill Sllow, p.m., Ch. 13. Dan Bloeker and Carol Chanmng jcin in comedy capers and a sons-spoof. MOVIK DHAMA: "Wail Until 0 p.m., Ch. 7. A suspcnscful thriller with Audrey Hepburn as a blind house- wife terrorized by clone smugslers. IHKVMKNTAItY: Here dune The 70s, p.m., CIi. 13. Recycling is the bit; topic as the world faces Ihe problem, of getting rid of i'.s mounting piles of waste. l.WYKlt DliAMA: Tile Hold Ones. Ill p.m., Ch. 13. The, story an old kidnapping in which accused was found ncl 'guilly bul Ihe alleged vn-lim is out for revenge. MOYIK SCIENCE KHT10N: p.m.. Ch. 7. A Japanese film about Ihe rulers of Ihe undersea Mil empire who threaten lo destroy the world. .MOYIE DliA.MA: "Fair Takes a 1 a.m., Ch. 7. A postal ollk-ial and a encounter several human as they deliver mail recovered from a robbery 15 years before. MOVIK DliA.MA: "The Iron I p.m.. Hi. 7. A coal miner becomes a boxer and discovers he has the in- stincts of a killer in the ring. MOVIK DIIAMA; "liriiic of Vengeance." I p.m., Cll. 13. A real oldie about political intrigue and villainy among members of Ihe Borgia family in Italy. NEWSPAPER SIIAKKUP CASABLANCA (Bonier) Morocco's throe largest news- papers have been suppressed, a fourth closed volunlar i I y and Iv.o new papers Ir.'.nicheil in a major shake-up of Ihe country's daily press. CHEC CHEC FM ic News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. i.GO Den McMdilPr CBR Vr Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT 10 Pr-ii'if; Wcrl'J at tight .1 (...I Hnr- Ron f-V" Opprry A1 On V.'nrkl 11 i! Wnrlri ot 6'jil As i! Happens 1 i :03 lyfTi On.t." .'-i "-.if, lj-iis_ Cnuitry 10 f'O I''1" M r-rom Hr: Fiom It- FRIDAY PprciU'.on 10.15 fJmht; a A.OS ti.'.'t at Six Trimble's Tire Supply Invites You To Try The Astro WHISPERGRIP 83 LOAD RANGE WHITE 775-14 825- 825-15 4 4 28.40 28.40 29.50 314 11 Ih Street South N One of the most popular tread de- signs in Canada. Built lo premium ny- !on standards for maximum traction, mileage and riding comfort. is the lime to purchase your winter tires. We are sure the Whisper Grip 83 will fill all your require- 327-2007, 327-2396 me! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT f1 fl Truth or 0 Concequencf! PK, n Tetcprotnf1 Movie: DuH f fl 8'DO 0'Hrira P Wnvic-. P n W.nt Until T qhT News lc) lelfprcht 7 0 C n 5 (0 CFCN-TV Lothbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT D iKCl idol FRIDAY 11 i Pierre B{ ten r l (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT Tur 5.00 Uw. ft: in Hrr.- 1 7 M t i Hi IH'in Tn ifiht l( FRIDAY 6. IS UndrrM.-iridinrj 0 KFDB-TV Great Falls ChnnncI 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT rjcv.', i A- N( AA M....I ,11 I ..MCI.! lull 9 An h.i IV FRIDAY ;