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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta List salaries of campus brass WINNIPEG (CP) Tho sal- aries of University of Manitoba administrative anrt (cnr-hlng personnel always a confid- ential Item in the university's budget reports have been published by the uiu'versity's students' union in the 1972-73 student handbook. Thp handbook lists the sal- aries of 64 persons earning morn than for the 1972- 73 school year. The salary listed in the hand- book for the university's presi- dent, Dr. Ernest Sirluck, is for the 1972-73 school year. NEW EDMUND STRATFORD, Out. (CP) Barry MacGregor will appear as Edmund in the Stratford Fes- tival production of King from Sept. 11 to the season's end Oct. 21. MacGregor lakes over the role from Daniel Davis is leaving the Stratford company to play a film role. -Thurjdoy, September 7, 1972 _ THE tFTHBRlDGE HEKALD IS NO DECISION ON LIBEL SUIT VICTORIA (CP) Rehabili- tation Minister Phil Gaglardi said here he hasn't decided whether to proceed with his libel suit against the Vancouv- er Province and a Toronto Star reporter. Questioned on his way to a cabinet meeting, Mr. Gaglardi would only say he'd discuss the matter later with his lawyer. The minister is suing Toronto Star reporter Chris Dennett, Pacific Press Ltd., Province publisher Paddy Sherman and Province reporter Peler Me- Nelly. The libel suit la over state- ments attributed to Gaglardi on the question of Premier W. A. C. Bennett's leadership of the Social Credit party In Brit- ish Columbia. FISCHER, LEFT, SPASSKY MAY MEET AGAIN Booby Fischer of the United States and Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union, who faced each other for two months in a struggle for the chess cham- pionship of the world, may meet again In Las Vegas next year for prizes worth mil- lion. Rumors ol me rematch have been circulating in Reykjavik since before Spassky .finally conceded the title to the Ameri- can challenger, hut lire amount of prize money has varied ac- cording to who was telling the story. Now Yugoslav chess author Dimitrije Belica, a long lime friend of has said the U.S. grandmaster indicated that the contest would be worth SI million far the liighest amount ever offered in chess and that Fischer was inclined to accept. Monday, Spassky received a cheque for which was put up by British millionaire Jim Slater lo equal the amount of the official consolation prize for the match. Fischer is to receive E cheque for froni Slater to match the first prize. A lirilish sportswear firm has offered million to U.S. 01 ym pic swimming hero Mark Spit; to work for the company foi five years. Sydney Solomons, chairman of Highlight Sports of London said lie made the offer by lele gram but had not yet receivec a reply. Spitz, the young Jewish swim mer who won seven gold mec als, left Munich Tuesday follow ing the Arab guerrilla attac' on the Israeli Olympic team i the athletes' village. President Salvador Allende o Chile, fresh from a mass d monstralion of supporl, h called for a major effort to wi INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 conclusive victory in parlia entary elections due nex1 arch. In a forceful speech lasting early two hours, Ihe 64-year d Allende said such a victory v his left-wing coalition would Jlow the setting up of a singl alional assembly or a coin illation of a chamber of depu es and a chamber of workers "This is a workers' govern icnl, a government of th he said. Allende admitted that Chil s passing through a "hard, dil cult and grave time." Lebanese authorities have or- ered Hay Wilkinson, a British orrespondent for United Press nternational, to leave Lebanon rithin 24 hours. A UTI em- toyee said the government ob- cctcd to a UPI report con- lected with the Arab com- mando attack on Israelis in Munich. Two young sailors, who left San Francisco last night to row ,600 miles lo Hawaii, are pay- ng no heed lo comments by wo Britons who rowed miles to Australia. Pat Qnesncl, 23, of La Push, Wash., and Steve Eubank, 21, of Pleasant Hills, Calif., were aboard the 22-foot dory Hawaii 1 which the former spent 000 to design and claims is "un- sinkable." They expect to take 80 days 'or their trip, compared with :he nearly one year John Fair- tax and Sylvia Cook required on heir journey down racier from San Francisco. Fairfax and Cook returned Tuesday, saying they wouldn't do it again. Mull coalition WINNIPEG (CP) Norman Turner, president of the Mani- toba Liberal Party, said today he expects there will be seri- ous discussions with the Man- itoba Conservatives regarding formation of a political coali lion lo challenge the NDP pro- vincial government in the nex election. NARROW RINGS Repeated defoliation by In sects or anything else will resul in narrow ring width in trees. Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-b; 3-c; 4-False; 5-Summer PART II: 7-cf; 2-b; 3-a; 4-c; 5-e PART III: 1-c; 2-e; 3-d, 4-a; 5-b PICTURE QUIZ: Lord Killanin, Ireland Dunlon Ford invites you to come in and meet the RUP1EASERS When it conies ?o transportation needs we're the total people pleasers and at present we hove some great-buys waiting for you in new cars, 1972 demon- strators and fine quality used cars. Or if you prefer we'll order your 1973 now for delivery in just a few short weeks. LAST CAU. -ON MODEL AVAILABLE Galaxie 500 4.dr. ONLY 5 Galaxie 500 ONLY 6 LTD BROUGHAMS 6 Pinto........................ONIY Mavericks .................ONLY 9 Mustangs ONLY TorinOS ONLY 10 Station Wagons..........ONLY 4 Light Trucks ............ONLY 25 i pw--; 1972 DEMONSTRATOR SELL-OUT STOCK NO. 54 1972 GALAX1E 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Fully equipped. Now only STOCK NO. 66 1972 GRAN TORINO 2-DR. HARDTOP. Fully equipped. STOCK NO. 113 1972 CUSTOM 500 2-DR. HARDTOP. Fully equipped. Now only STOCK NO. 137 1972 GALAXIE 500 2-DR. HARDTOP. Fully equipped, air eond. Now only STOCK NO. 1939 1972 'A TON V8, auto., rod to, parts demo. Now only STOCK NO. 194 1972 GALAXIE 500 2-DR. HARDTOP, with air tond. Fully equipped. Now only YOUR urn MOW' H i K sjl B tf e New ear introduction will bo here in just a few short weeks and we have over 95 1973 show models ordered from the factory. Come in this week and let us show you pictures, colour charts, interior trims and all other information pertaining lo the 1973 models and by ordering your 1973 now you'll get today's high trade-in allowance For your present car, plus delivery in just a few short weeks. 1970 THUNDERBIRD 4-DX. lANDAU. Fully equipped including itereo and air cond. Low mileage,