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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 4, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HEUAtD 9 DEAD Wallace S. Bird, lieutenant governor of New Brunswick (or the last three years, (lied in hospital ill Frederic-ton. He was 53. PORTNOY ON SALE CANBERRA (Renter) Philip Roth's novel Portnoy's complaint has been removed from Australia's banned book list along with Norman Mail- er's An American Dream and several other titles. News analysis Ailing Lin centre of China problem By WILLIAM L. JIYAN UNITED NATIONS (AP) Recent developments in Peking suggest the Chinese leadership has been confronted with a sud den and probably unwelcome turn of events. There is a feeling among well-informed sources here that much of the problem revolvef about the ailing Lin Piao, who spearheaded M a o Tse-tiing's victory over the Nationalists more than two decades ago. Lin is Mao's officially-desig- nated successor, second to him in rank in the Communist party and head of the military cstab lishment. He has ail alojig promoted the campaign to turn Mao into a deity. If something has happened to the 64-year-old to Mao, NOTICE SHAREHOLDER MEMBERS OF THE LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB ARE REMINDED THAT A SPECIAL MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE FLEETWOOD-BAWDEN SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6th at p.m. To consider installation of an Irrigation System in ac- cordance with details mailed to all members. G. W. H. KNOWIES, President 77, for that coulc pose difficult problems at a time when the regime is looking forward to taking over a seat in the United Nations and playinf, host lo President Nixon. The development could meai not so much a struggle foi power as a need for decisions in preparation for an orderly re- shuffle at the top of the Peking hierarchy. The impulse of tht leadership would be to hide what was going on. Peking said the Oct. 1 na- tional day parade and banquel were cancelled for reasons oj economy. But if there should be a major political problem preoc- cupying the leaders, it also would not have been the time to have hundreds of thousands of people swarming in from the hinterland. There are other possibilities. There could be fear of new ten- sion on the Soviet-Chinese bor- der, and that could have per- suaded the Peking regime to cut back on the festivities and en- courage a more sombre mood. There also could be trouble in- volving the military, which oc- cupies a commanding role in Chinese political life. However, the signs do not iuggest extreme tension. The leadership still appears to have its eye on a continuing political stability that will ensure an au- thoritative voice in world coun- cils. SALMON SAVED NAKNEK, Alaska (Renter) U.S. Navy has come to ,he rescue of salmon returning .0 the Kwichak River system "or spawning. Wher. the sal- mon were pursued into the river by white whales the navy repulsed the assault by playing "ecordings of killer whale sounds which scared the white whales back to sea. BE SURE TO ATTEND THIS YEAR'S EXCITING INTERNATIONAL Friday p.m. Saturday p.m. Sunday p.m. OCTOBER 8th -9th -10th! EXHIBITION PAVILION LETHBRIDGE Sponsored by Indian Rodeo Cowboys Assoc. and McGowan Rodeo Company 'V__ IN PRIZE 5 MAJOR EVENTS! -fc Cabaret Friday and Saturday, 10 p.m to a.m. Dance to great country and western music Elizabeth Erasmus, Indian Princess of Alberto in at- tendance. Plus Blood Reserve's Dance Group, all under 6 years old. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS See Wild Buffalo Ridden by Indian Cowboys Joe Saddleback and his World-Famous Indian Dance Group ADMISSION Adults 2.00 Students 1.QO Children 6-12 years MR. DOUG DUNLOP DUNIOP FORD SALES LTD. PRESIDENT Beat the price freeze buy now You save by getting today's high trade-in allowance for your present car, plus you'll beat the probable price increase which is coming soon. Dunlop Ford have over 75 brand new 1972's in stock ready for delivery this at prices that comply with temporary factory "price freeze" p olicies. A. sharp looking unit and only real work wagon. Good looking and good mechanical condition. Special V-8, auto., and radio. Good transportation. CHECK OUT THIS 2-Dr. H.T. V-8, full power equipped. Sporty Red exterior with a Jet Black interior. A real nice unit to move into! Now only H.T., in immaculate condition. 3 1 ,000 original miles. Brougham interior, stereo lope, oir ONLY! 2-Dr. H.T. 351 V-8, Auto., P.S., P.B., and radio. Our parts wholesale sales- Price Freeze Special Price Freeze Special 7970 4-Dr. H.T. V-8, auto., full power, radio. Air conditioned! miles, (balance of power train Going at 428 V-8, auto., P.S. and P.B., plus radio vehicle. Mow on V-8, 4 sp. transmission, good 16" rubber and original Sedan, V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., and radio. A good solid unit and a pleasure to own and drive. Was Now A 10 PASS. WAGON? LOOK AT THIS V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio. Full service record on flic. Price at rebuilt 327 engine just installed (no 5 sp. transmission, 2 sp. nxle. 1 64" W.B. Good rubber, new saint. OPEN HOURS o.m. lo p.m. Weekdays to p.m. Saturday THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? Corner Mayor Magrath Drive 16th Avenue South Phone 328-8861 ;