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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Bonanza star in hospital LOS ANGELES (AP) Lome Greene, head of tele- vision's Bonanza clan, is ex peeled to be released from hos pital within tliree days follow- ing a series of tests, his doctor said Monday. LORNE GREENE licart disordc: Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN Supper Cfub Song Styling! By "HUGH SYMONS' and "HARRY MUNRO" Greene, 68, a native of 01- awa, was admitted to hospital icre Friday night with a gas- rointestinal upset associated ith a mild heart disorder. NEW YORK CAP) The lew York City Ballet left by ,jlane Monday for Kiev to begin five-week tour of the Soviet Union and Poland under the cultural exchange agreement between the United States and Russia. The 102-meinber company Turner denies report OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister John Turner denied Tuesday he had forecast that food prices will continue to climb and that there b little the government can do. I flatly deny Uiat I said any- thing on or off the record about the trend of future prices in Canada, nor did I say there was nothing tlie government could do about It." Mr. Turner had been quoted as saying Monday night, after he was renom mated as Liberal party candidate in Ottawa-Car- leton constituency: "Im afraid we're In tor higher all there is to it." Reporters had questioned Mr. Turner after Ws nomination speech about food prices and remarks on rationing and price controls. ISSUE LARGELY FOOD The text of his speech eon- tamed these remarks: "On the price front, the Issue Is p-imarily food. are all bpmg hurt by what it costs for O'.ir weekly 'food bill. It is no consolation for Canadians to learn that rising food prices are a world-wide phenomenon. "They hurt In the U.S. They are particularly bad in Europe, particularly bad in fact, worse than here at home. "Price controls over food would mean that we would have to have food rationing as well, and I ask myself whether people In Canada would put up with rationing in peace time." Mr. Turner said Canadian liv- ing costs except for food have risen less than in the U.S. in the eight months since Presi- dent Nixon applied restraint to prices and wages. This was an "answer to those who say that price and wage controls would be an immediate solution or an ultimate pan- acea." will perform in Kiev, Lenin- Moscow and Tbilisi in the ivlet Union and in Warsaw and Lodz in Poland, Under the direction of George Balanchine, the troupe will give a total of 35 performances, beginning Thurs day in Kiev. LUSAKA, Zambia (Reuter) The Zamhian government has cancelled a tour by Ameri- can soul singer Percy Sledge because it said he pei-formed in Rhodesia. A ministry of home affairs spokesman quoted by Radio Zambia said Monday the ban was consistent with government policy on such matters. Sledge had been due to arrive here later this month. He was reported to have sung in Rho- desia last week before non- white audiences only. JO, 1971 THt LtTHMIDO! HBLAtO _ 7 The Rookies star no police buff BETHEL, Alaska (AP) Television, and Sesame Street, came to the interior of Alaska's isolated western bush region last week, 114 years after radio reached the area's in- habitants. Tiie event marked the In- augural broadcast for Bethel Broadcasling Inc.'s KYUK-TV, a slate-sponsored educational radio and television centre. Called "the realization of a dream" by Bethel Mayor John Guinn, the educational tele- vision station is the second link in communications with the outside world for the area. DANVILLE, Va. CAP) Er- nest Wassing, a retired cellist who performed with several of the world's major symphony orchestras, died here. He was 81. He played under such com- posers and conductors as Rich- ard Strauss, Siegfried Wagener, Bruno Walter, Darius Milhaud, and Davis Szell. IMPROMPTU PERFORMANCE-Marcelo Roberto do Nascimento, 13, of Brazil, jumped on stage to [oTn U.S. blues singer Wilson Pickelt during performance in Rio de Janeiro. Show was also on nation-wide TV. School TV group urged RCMP win Stampede spot The 1973 Calgary Stampede __ _, _______ will be Involved in centennial I television outlets. EDMONTON