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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurlrfoy, 26, 1975 Stanfield near in end of arduous campaign TORONTO (CIO I'L-oiires-j sive Conservative Leader Kob- ort StanfieUl is coming to the i-nd of what may be the most millions campaign lor the prime nunistership in this or recent femoral election. The crew ot his chartered Air letter Hinti some of his cv Canada DC-9 estimated Svuiday that live plcuie Unveiled more than 52.000 miles since Sept. It. That probably means that hy the time the plane "when Ihc people vote Monday I Halifax, where Mr. o illp Suelld olc-Ctioi] fo elixrt a new government, tlie Conservatives will have closed nut a campaign that party offi- lands Stanfield they I'Kils say slnrf.cd at a fund-rais- ing dinner in Hamilton Feb, 17. Since date, the Con- servative leader lias been run- ning hard and, if he and his aides are to be believed, thriv- ing on it. From that fund-raising dinner until September. Mr. Stanfield l peaKKi crossed and recrossed the coun- j I try in a "pro-campaign" as he waited for Prime Minister Tnnleau to an election date. KI-TT MOVING snv Iliere were few hausted aides, the latter admit. He cave nil indication of his altitude at a Vancouver news conference Tuesday when a questioner said that it is fair to say that Mr. Stanfield had trav- elled farther than any previous candidate in the history of Ca- nadian politics. A reporter asked how ha felt physically and menially ai' he think the campaign spend election clay have clocked something in the neighborhood of miles. There figures do not include the several thousand miles Mr, Stanfield has travelled by bus KXJOYED CAMPAIGN and special charter planes ,.Woll> u niay sound a other than the DC-9. _ strange thing to say but I've Conservative tour officials I enjoved lhe campaign." Mr. U01IEUT STANKIEU) thrived on it said Wednesoay the leader said_ (-rve visited 90 eommimities and an- j Uk d travelled a lot with 140 candidates rain. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Shaft's Big Score" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Shew Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "American Wilderness" Three Complete Stews Family William Craig. Ihe most con- troversial I'roteslant politician in Northern Ireland, collapsed in Belfast. Doctors said lie was suffering from Ridiey stones. They or- dered h'm lo cancel all engage- ments for Ihe rest of Ihe week. Craig. 47, is leader of the Vanguard movement, a mili- tant Protestant organization dedicated to resisting Northern Ireland's absorption into the Irish repub'ic. H? rtiiiscd a storm last a speech declaring that he v.-ould "shoot and kill" lo de- fend' Protestant rights in North- em Ireland. l.uig! Fcdeli, butcher to 1'opc.s, is suing the Vatican. The Vatican closed Fcdeli's butcher shop last April ands IcoU over direct management of his delicatessen. Now he has gone to court claiming the Holy Kee owes him in back salary and far unpaid hills. The Vatican appointed Fe- dcli's father papal butcher in 1S33. t Former Argentinian president Juan Peron will return for a brief visit Nov. 17 for the first time since a military uprising in ended his nine-year rule, Peronist sources said here. The sources said the 77- year-olcJ ex-president would re- main in Uuonos Aires for three or four days before returning to Madrid v.'liere he has been liv- ing in exile. a" Michael MacDnnald. 33, o[ Toronto, who says he has the unused portion of a cigarette smoked by Jacqueline, Kennedy Onassis in 1962, is offering the butt for sale. He said he grabbed the from a king-sized, filter-tipped and mentholated when Mrs. Onassis tossed it out the window of a car as she was LIGHT! 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Pre-tested, three-way lamp. 100-200-300 WATT ,17 ONLY 1 EACH 324 13th Sfreet North PRO NORTH LETHBRIDGE "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FINn HARDWARE" Phone 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS WILLIAM CRAIG collapse Bruce McDermolt got his ti lial hack at Toronto, yer.r after a German machine gun rer blasted it from his head 0 the beaches of Dicppi lil just came to get tny h- he said quietly as The Royal Regiment of Canada. paraded1 for him at Fort York Armory. Tiie helmet had been kept for !50 years by a nursing sis- ter at the hospital where Sgt. McDermolt was treated as a prisoner of war. She gave il lo a group o[ Canadians who visited for the 30th anniversary ceremony in August and it was traced back to Mr. McDermott in Canada. He was with the Royals at waded ashore; 69 made it back lo England. MOV1K ADVENTUISE: "A High Wind In t ji.ui., Ch. 7. An adaptation of a story about seven cliildrcii overjoyed to find themselves among pirates' booty. COMEDY: George, 7 Ch. n. Freddiu iiiil George discover the hazards of the business world. SPECIAL: Peanuts Cartoon, p.m., Ch. T3. "You're Elected. Charlie Brown" is one of Ihe test outings with these cartoon characters and whisks Charlie into politics. COMEDY: Carol Burnett, 8 p.m.. Ch. 7. Peggy Lee, Stiller and Meara join the regulars in comic sketches and spoofs. MOVIE ADVENTUUE: "A Talent For 8 p.m., Ch, 13. Richard Widmark as a gambler involved with ban- dits, revolutionaries and amorous females. VARIETY: George Kirby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Gloria Loring is the special guest on tonight's show. COMEDY: Maude, p.m., Ch. 7. A flashback show- ing thrice-married Maude who has a fourth prospect on the hook. FRIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Do Not Fold, Swindle Or 1 p.m., Ch, 13. Four old ladies create a fictional girl to answer a computer joke that ends in mur- der. passing a New where he worked. York hotel Plan stadium SYDNEY, Australia (Reulerl A new plan for an stadium at Moore Park was an- nounced by the city council and a committee promoting Sydney for the 1988 Olympic Games, i The strriium would cost up to 515 million. CORRECTION with regard1 to the "PINK SIAMESE OPERETTA" Sp onto red by the South mi niter Church Jr. Girls' Choir SOME SUNDAY TICKETS INCORRECTLY PRINTED The timo should have read p.m. Instead of p.m. 1 Performance Only on IKILLET' BOCK NIGHT MRS. PERDUE EVERY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEGHTS p.m. to p.m. -00 FAMILY SPECIALS PURE GROUND BEEf C1EAK AND ONIONS FISH IN A BASKET HOT BEEF MEAT PIE i KIDDIES SPECIAL-CHEESE BURGER IN A GASKET, CUP OF SOUP AND BEVERAGE SOUP AND BEVERAGE INCLUDED EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST EVERY MORNING TILL 11 A.M. 2 EGGS 2 SLICES OF BACON 2 SLICES OF TOAST 2 COPS OF COFFEE SELLER'S SKILLET RESTAURANT ON MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Prbjrami lilted by the radio and television itattant. Any variation In program duo to I cut- in! nute changes by the stations and Is not tho raipon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Dlitiibulon Stereo and Photographic Centra. Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary Doug Marvin: Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News Music We Remember: Sunday Morning MONDAY thru FRIDAY Chec Trading FOB Buryl Clark Leo Daw 6-55 Farm News JcTin Oliver Dob Hesfceth Farm News Chec-IInc Cattle Prices Grain Prices Call of 1he Land 3iCO Dave King 7-.H1 Jack Neuleld Paul Tcssier THURSDAY N1GH1 Prote 1170 6-00 World at John Walker Request Lint John Crarles Barry Hegldnd CJOC vs with Bill Skellon, Rod Whltt, Bill Matheson Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch-Doug Card FRIDAY Jim Elliot CBC News News, W1hf. Src Phono Bill Shov: Joan Walerlield- Jim Elliot Probfl 1330 News, Wlhr, Sport Nexvs and Grain I Prices Jack Thys Jchn Proba CHEC FM -jV News, Wlhr., Sporls Hourly MOH. THRU SAT. Bob Concie Den Hednian QO Dsn fAcMaster Den Radio 1010 CoSgary THURSDAY NIGHT BBC 'Hews News at Six As It Happen! 10-01 Soor From the Capita Five Nights a Wei Prairie Chamber CBC Y.'inr Orchestra The Inr.er Eye l al E S Eye Opener >cg Radio Noon 1-S5 Stnckmarkct Schools Max Ferguson Bob Kcrr 3 Ho Run BBC Ne.vj i'T] TJfiV.'E Frpp Time I at Si See it it's New at ANGLO MODEL TFM 7200W SONY Compact port a h I a thai sounds like a table radio. Sensitive reteprion. 11 highly sensitive tran- sistors, largfi speaker, Features top mounted con tone control switch, F M A M indicator, full sire slide rule tuning dial, slkfff- volume con'rol. AFC switch -for drifl-free FM, built-in AC oper- ates on -flashlight balferies. ear- phono. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and Centet 419 5lh ST. 5, PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) Spiral Read FRIDAY THURSDAY NIGHT Spiral Read Marlrve Roy Let's a Deal Pink Panther FRIDAY or 6 W Movie: Hi'jh M.irvcl Super In Jam- ca Kcrces Klarfi'i Korntr o-nrj fJCiVS anil Farrn iongMreet Facfi Allan Show 10-JO Macffe Mr. TnkP Nev.'S AVh'.rM ol rjighl 11-JOCJOC Nev.-s Ffier.tJIy l-aiTisly Court Crossfire Chci Helene In 12; OS Movie: 1U03 Jo a ft Watcrliald Let's W.ake a Deal CFCN-TV Letlibridge Channel 13 (CpbSevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT AnyJhinn You Can Dn A 30 Star Trek Paul Lynde tc) K res kin George You're Tlcelcd Charlie Brown Movie: Fieri Bc.il 1hi Clock FRIDAY f Llnivcrsily Romper R Canada AM. Yoga k) Community Flinl'Jonri r Diy Movie: Da Not FalM, Spindle, or Another 3 30 V.' hat's Ihe Good ________ Talent Fcr Loving Fashions In Stvinrj Anything You lO'OO Kir by Par It, Can Do fc> More Corne 70s Trnutlc St.ir TrcV Life Style Dorii O.iy KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cahlevision Ch. 9} FRIDAY News As me World Turns THURSDAY NIGHT tJcv.'S Hews Ailam 1? Polices of Learning Flip Ironiide Dean Martin NCVJS Tonight Shaw Wor V.'Mat, Garna fc> News KFBB-TV Grecl Falls Channel 5 (Coblovision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT FRIPAY Can e CO News Trulh or tJev-s ic.) Days Or Qi Sctu.ld T 't Tnrf5 on a 8rCO TriO Lit Heart Is Gflr.'t FRinAY li-CJ Nc F.irui tJe.vs li-n fct Gcr.cr.il Hospi1.ll CAplAin Kangaroo One Lile fo Live Movie: Draculs Mai Rlitn From Tne 11 rV.v Thil Lel'i rViAki 4 Dial c) ;