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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 10, 1973 All-news radio Set in Britain LONDON (Keuter) Britain's first commercial radio station, London Broadcasting, tias started operation The all-news station is the forerunner of 60 in- dependent radio outlets to be licensed by the govern- ment and which will even- tually cover the country's DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Denial Mechanic 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 main population areas They will provide a strong challenge to the publicly owned BBC. which had held a radio monopoly and now operates 20 local stations as well as running national and overseas ser- vices. The only other firmed. commercial radio heard in Britain until now was beamed from the Euro- -pean mainland and from illegal 'pop music" pirate ships which were driven oul ol business m the late LIFE hundred west coast residents have their own unique lifestyle. They live on a house- boat and seem to enjoy it. To discover what it's like to live afloat, read THE JOYS OF LIQUID REAL ESTATE this Saturday. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Hello up there Game warden Lloyd Wilson gains the confidence of Tom, a li-toot-high new arrival at the African Lion Salari and Game Farm in Rockton, near St. Catherines. Ont. Tom and two other giraffes were purchased in England at a cost of about each. Fully grown, they will be worth about each that's about a loot, Tom is only two years old. Sears Aluminum doors and custom made windows. Insulate in winter- ventilate in summer. Hurry-they 're sale- priced for 3 days only! 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The Moor cleaner. Symcha Dziedzic, is one ol many Canadians to become caught up in the tension and drama of the Middle East conflict. In Montreal about 5.- 000 persons attended a tund-rasing rally Sunday in support ol Israel. The idea was to express solidarity with "Israel's light tor sur- vival. Held in the main ball room of a downtown hotel, the rally was one of many that organizers ex- pect will be held in Cana- dian cities this week in sup- port of Israel. In Ottawa, supporters ol both sides in the war made their opinions known. Six Arab diplomats there denounced what they termed "Israeli aggression on Syria and Egypt." and appealed lor Canadian sup- port lor the Arab people Also in Ottawa, a petition read to a Jewish rally, said. "We call upon the Cana- dian government to con- demn this iniarnous and sacrilgc'ious attack by Arab states and call upon the Arab states to respect the ceasefire lines and to negotiate in peace what cannot be obtained in war." The petition was signed by the Canada Israel Com- mittee, the Canadian Jewish Congress and the Canadian Xionisl Federa- tion Lawrence Krieman. honorary president ot the I ed e ra t i o n. said: "Canada's voice must be a strong one Jor justice lor Israel Bui the six Arab diplomats said the latest "aggression on Syria and Egypt was part ol a con- tinuing policy by Israel to the Palestinian people and deprive them ot their right to return to their homeland Dr Theodor Meron, Israel s ambassador to Canada, said in Ottawa that the renewed fighting was caused by "an act oi unprovoked aggression against Israel." Mr. Wn" not the only member ol the Beth Sholom synagogue in Toronto to contribute to Israel Rabbi David Monson said that was raised in and cheques In Monday und pledges were made totalling 000 Charter cruise for 500 guests YOKK (CP) -Ina gala holiday mood, several hundred businessmen were on I heir way to New- foundland aboard the liner Queen 2 as guests o1 industrial promoter John Shahcen for the opening ot j new milhon reiinery The QE2 sailed from New York lor Come By Chance. Nlld with more than 500 business, shipping and oil industry leaders from more than 20 coun- tries, jnd m many cases wives. e liner was chartered by Shaheen. head ol S d lieen Natural Resources. Ltd to bring the businessmen to Come Chance lor the opening of I lie new oil refinery today The reiinery is to be managed and later ac- quired fjv Newfoundland Helming Co Ltd.. a sub- sidiary ol Sha been Resources. There was no immediate estimate ol the cost ol chartering the luxury liner lor the gala allair. One icporl said it cost more I han million to throw the big celebration, but this Mgure could not be con- firmed. Stan Walker dead at 87 VANCOUVER Stanley M. Walker, who operated hotels in Dehlia. and I'inther Creek. Alta. before moving to the coast in IIMH. has died in hospital alter a long illness. He was 87 Although Mr. Walker planned to retire in 1948, he operated The Wakelield Inn ol the Scchell Penin- sula lor several years alter moving to British Colum- bia. The Cmuiid Line's Hud- son pier a ol ronlusion Sunday as chauffeur driven limousines disgoiged their passengers in the dlter- ntion, ,ind Uixis llnee deep more expensively gueMs thiough the Mans braced lor eold weather despite assurances that (ill-degree t em pe ra I u res i e lorecasl lor Come By Chance The ship was to leave Come Hy Chance alter the ceremonies, slumping lirst at llu- Sira I ei '.iiiso site vvheie Miaheeu :ilans a se- cond i CM me: s and a I I l.i to visit still anolhi'i Shahci'n develop- riieiil VANTAS ECONOMY MEAT MARKET Your Experts In Freezer Orders THIS WEEK ONLY! SIDES-OF-BEEF Your Price. PACKING PLANT COST PLUS Ib. Cut and Wrtppcd VAN'S WIENER D. D. C. DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE Coll Lethbridge Community College 327-2141 Extra Special Ib only _ _ LIMITS IBS. PER SHOPPER We also feature a good selection of EUROPEAN MADE SAUSAGE Come miss- ing out on these fantastic savings and many more specials at VANTAS ECONOMY MEAT MARKET 904 7 AVE. SOUTH PHONE 329-4545 ;