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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 35, 1971 A little rumor can go a long way UNITED NATIONS (CP) A lillle rumor can go a long way in Ihi.s world organization. Take Ihc case of Prime Minis- ter TriKlc'.T.i. A responsible UN official re- turned here recently from a trip lo Geneva. He said in lunch- room convf-isalions tliat the gossip in the corridors there is that the Canadian prime minis- ter "has the inside track" for the job of secretary-general, soon (o be vacated by U Thant of Burma. The UN official thought the rumor a joke because Trudeau is net considered a man who would give up the prime minis ter's office for one here. But the word get out and soon it was being reported on at least one wire service. This wci'k rumors have been more than usually thick as the LlO-country General Assembly opened. Other rumors, some based on published speculative reports include: President Nixon is going to China after meeting Emperor Hirobito of Japan in Alaska Monday. He wants to gel lo China before there is a chance of his laving to meet Premier Kosygin of the Soviet Union. The While House denied Hie re- port Wednesday. There are variations to the theme of China joining the UN. One published report, repeated here, was that Chou Chinese premier, was prepared to journey to the UN. A current rumor is that the Chinese embassy in Ollawa has been strengthened so ihat a del- egation will be ready to attend the General Assembly after Pe- king is voted in. There arc several reasons why rumors can get a good head of steam here. Not the least of them is that they can be true. For instance, there were rumors of a Canada-Peking I agreement to exchange ambas- sadors here a week before such agreement was officially an- nounced last year. TV HIGHLIGHTS CARPET and UNO (Complete Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE.327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE 'The Carpel House of 1he South" PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU in UN gossip STARTING MONDAY "Essential Qualify" Top variety performers from Ottawa Appearing Nightly at p.m. YORK HOTEL 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. Lions Club of Lethbridge 17th Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EEs PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first cord wilh oil numbers covered (blackout) will receive tre grand prize of In ihe case of more than one blackout the winners may "play- off" Or split the prize. THE BONUS PRIZE For The First "L" Down The "B" row and across the bollom. 550 For The First "X" From Corner to Corner through the centre For The First "H" Down the "B" row, down rho "O" row and across Iho centre. For The First "Square" all numbers filled down the "B" row, down (he "O" row, acrosr the lop row across the boftam row. Tho bonus prizes will bo awarded lo the first correct cards according 1o ihc rotation of numbrrs called in the case of lies, prizes will be splir. Bonus prize win- ners will have iheir cards refunded to them to conlinuo playing for ihe blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Get yours now and win one or more prizes Here Are The Numbers To Dale: B-15, B-2, G-58, N-44, N-37, G-52, 0-70, G-55, 1-21, 1-29, I-2B, B-14, B-12, B-B, O-72. G-S9, N-34, 1-30, O-73, 1-19, G-47, G-53, G-54, N-41, N-43, O-68, O-69, G-56, G-60, N-39. THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: 1-23, N-40, N-31, G-48, B-l, O-71, 1-20, N-38. Additional numbers, plui all number} alrenly cnllofl will bo publiihcd every Saturday in Iho Lcthbridao Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-7464 Days or 327-033) after 6 p.m. Immediately. PROCEEDS TOWARDS tlONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS Due to renovations, being done in the main hall Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Layoff notices given newsmen TORONTO (CP) John Bas- selti publisher of The Telegram, gave formal layoff notice today to all but 100 of (he newspaper's employees but did not say when publication will cease Mr. Bassett said in a state- ment posted on a bulletin hoard at the newspaper's offices that employees will have the choice of taking one week's salary for each six months of service, up lo a maximum of weeks pay, or wages for the remainder of the statutory 16-week period covered by the layoff notice. However, he said, employees will not be eligible for both. Mr. Bassctt's statement was posted about ]2 hours alter The Telegram's contract with the Toronto Newspaper Guild ended. He said neither The Telegram nor the newspaper's employees are bound any longer by the provisions of the contract. Robert Rupert, international representative of the Guild, said there is no question thai, if Mr. Bassett had given notice before the contract expired, he would liave had to pay both severance and wages for the rest of the 16-week period. He said he would attempt to meet with Mr Basse! t as soon as possible to discuss the layoff notice. "I don't think he can get away with avoiding paying both Mr. Rupert said. "I think he will have Lo pay every- body both." Mr. said the layoff no- tic: does not lo about 100 employees who are members of the pressmen's union or (he stereolypcrs' union whose con- tracts still are in effect. S'ixleen weeks' notice of layoff is required by the Employment Standards- Act of Onlario in cases where more lhan 500 em- ployees are affected. If the layoff occurs in less than weeks, employees musl be paid for the remainder of the period. An official of the labor depart- ment said this week that pay- ment under the act was over and above any severance pay du- employees under a collec- tive agreement. Abbot dies CASSINO, Italy (Reutcr) Msgr. Ildefonso Rea, the Bene- dictine abbot who supervised its destruction in the Second World War, died here Thursday. He was 75. The abbey, founded hy Saint Benedict in 529 AD, is re- garded as the cradle of Western monasticism. HAMMOND ORGANS FLOOR MODELS AND DEMONSTRATORS 1. L100 Portable 1. L112 1. J412 with rhythm MANY USED ORGANS DROP IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION HEINTZMAN 313 71 h Street South Phone 328-2663 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 SEASON) ONE THIRD NINTH MOSHE HAMMER JOHN KADZ GLORIA SAARINEN (piano) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE September 29, 1971 p.m. ADMISION. ADULTS STUDENTS 50t Tickers: Leisler's Music Limited General Office, University East Campus Switchboard Operator, University West Campus BERTI HI0A SCHOOL OF MUSIC THE NEW HOME OF BALDWIN The World's Finest Name in Organs and Pianos. WITH EXCLUSIVE WONDER-CHORD "Sound like a full orchestra with the touch of just a finger" With every purchase of a Baldwin Organ or Piano Free lessons until Dec. 31, 1971 Inquire about Piano Rentals BERTI HIGA SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 SATURDAY VARIETY: "Rollin Oil Tl.c 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Alex Harvey nnd the Poppy Family are special guesls. MOVIE COMEDY: "Promise Her 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A lightweight romantic satire wilh child psychology and burlesque movies as its targets. COMEDY WESTERN: Alias Smith and Jones, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Jack Cassidy plays an offbeat crook in "How lo Hob a Bank in One Hard JIOVIE COMEDY: "The Secret War ol Harry a p.m., Ch. 13. Paul Newman stars as escape artist Frigg who parachutes into occupied Italy on an improbable mis- sion. VARIETY: Performers, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Host Gnrdie Tapp's guests are Lilianne Tessicr, Bob Boyer, Glenda Jones and rock group Myles and Lenny. COMEDY: Doctor In The House, p.m., Ch. 13. This is the premiere of a medical comedy, British style. MOVIET1LME: Triple Feature, p.m., Ch. 7. For late night movie fans three films are offered: "Biggest Bun- dle of Them "How to Murder Your Wife" and "Taras MOVIE WESTERN: "Requiem For a 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A gunfighter assumes the identity of a judge who was ambushed on his way to investigate a mur- der. SUNDAY SPORT: Pro Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The Chicago Bears meet the Minnesota Vikings at Bloomington, Minn. SPORT: Pro Football, 11 a.m., Ch. 11. The Denver Denver Brcncs meet the Green Bay Packers at Milwaukee. SPORT: Pro Football, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The Edmonton Eskimos meet the Roughiiders at Hegina. SPORT: Pro Foolball, p.m., (approx.) Ch. II. The Oakland Raiders take on the Chargers at San Diego. WILDLIFE: Wild Kingdom, p.m., Ch. 13. This fea- ture tells of the roping of an anteater on a trip into the interior of Gyana. MUSICAL: Music To See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. A recital by tlie Classical Quartet of Montreal. WILDLIFE: Unlamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. First of a look at the Florida Everglades. WORLD OF DISNEY: p.m.. Ch. 7. Tab Hunter, an expert horseman, stars as a Canadian cowboy in a two-part adventure filmed in the Colorado and Canadian Rockies. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "Nighl p.m.. Ch. 13. A 1970 thriller about the bizarre experiences of a vacationing couple in a small town. COMEDY: Dick Van Dyke, p.m., Ch. 7. The laughs stem from Dick's screen test with a glamorous leading lady. ADVENTURE: The Rovers, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Love blooms anew for Cap McGill when his childhood sweetheart visits but there's a snag! DRAMA WESTERN: Cade's County, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Glenn Ford makes his debut as a TV lawman and Darren McGavin is the featured guest star. This opening segment will be seen on Channel 13 al p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 23. COMEDY DRAMA: Jimmy Stewart Show, p.m., Ch. 7. The professor's lost briefcase sets the scene for tonight's comedy. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. "Home Is the Street" follows an ex-drug addict's return lo the jungle Uial once was her home lo help the police. COMEDY: Flip Wilson Show, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Raymond Burr, Stevie Wonder and Ruth Gordon are Flip's guesls. YOUR Invitation PUBLIC FORUM Catholic School Board Candidates This Tuesday September 28th Place: St. Patrick's School Auditorium Time: p.m. Fire victim identified EDMONTON (CP) Virgin- I ia Haire, 32, Friday was I tified as the woman who was asphyxiated in a house fire Thursday night. Police said they thought [he fire started after a cigarette was dropped on a chesterfield. Mrs. Haire was discovered alone in her home on a bed in a bedroom. The fire was noticed by neigh- bors. Police were told by persons who visited the home earlier in the day that a tigarelle had been dropped onto the chcslcr- field and a glass of water was thrown on it to extinguish the smouldering. EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE All types of orchestras available WEDDINGS, DENING ROOMS, CLUBS STAFF PARTIES, etc. VOCALISTS, DUOS, TRIOS, QUARTETS OR LARGER AL EMERY 222 26th Street South Phone 328-2867 Lethbridge REASONABLE SERVICE CHARGE MONDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Red Ball I p.m., Ch. 7. An embittered World War II sergeant mistakenly believes tlic death of his brother was caused by an officer in liis unit. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Solid Gold I p.m., Ch. IJ. A blonde stockholder is given a plush job wilh Uia company lo keep her quiet. -progro'mi an tilled by "the radio and 'isleviiion nation. sAhy-vehlqlion in p Harold tr- triniblM tire Supply. CHEC News on ihe Hour Wlhr. on the Half Hour SATURDAY Lane With Leo MONDAY Back to the Bible Dow Gordon Living World Powerllno _ Dn _. n Don Hedman Silhouellc Cn5cline Barry Hegland Hr. ol Informallon Leo Dow a m. Don HeOTWl AAikp Murrv Major Sporls SUNDAY 4-.QQ Joh.i Charles Mike Murry Down Memory Ron Lcgge John Charles 6: :03 Indian Magazine Aclion Set Hit 1 Music 1 CO Daryl Ferguson 00 Douq Anderson SUNDAY :CO News 05 Rob Ingram 30 Sound Like Europe 30 Chamber Music 00 News :15 Chrisllan Science 30 Voice of Prophecy 1 CJOG TST 0 Sunday Magulnu 0 News i5 Rob Ingram 3 The Entertainers U News 15 Pele Snow 10 News 0 Sunday and Friends 0 Fun and Games 0 Capital Report 3 Concern 3 Sounding 0 Winnipeg Orchestra 10 Hour d Deci'-'un Sunshine Evangel Hour Broil lo You MONDAY 5 30 Jim Elliot CBC News NEWS, Wlhr, Sport B 35 Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain Friers Jack Thyi Matinee Rob Ingram CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Mike Murr, Don Hedman BoD Ccncia 5lao Major Don Hedm a.m. Don McMaster Bob Cencie ir CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Wlhr. and Rd. Don Sim Plavdale Our Native Land Talenlscopc Jazz Canadiana Anlhnlcgy What's New Music Past Midntahf SUNDAY MoTiing Concert 7M5 Children's Siorics I Believe Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine Sunday Supplement firolt Gilmour's Albums Quarlel Inside from the MONDAY Oulside Eye Opener Conlinenlal Holiday 6-30 Mows Cross Country e CO World el 8 Checkup B'il Cnmmrntflry 4.03 Celebrations B.3G News, Wlhr. 6.03 Fun 'N Games National News Music Ecene Studio 71 Enleilainers I'll Read That Again You Morning Show Mcminrj Concert Matinee Rr.clio Noon Holiday 2.70 (V.-.linee AflernoDn Concert News Home Run Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MIIES? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A GUARANTEED miles Relino nnd install bonded brake linings Cherk wlied Chock master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and Ecnls Urpnck front wheel bcarinei LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) The Feeling (c) NFL Chicago Sporls Week (c) News (c) MONDAY to Tliink Abnur B'OO Morning News Farm and City Her Anylhing lc) Reach for the Top TcJay Tlie Performers TBA Leo Drew Wildlife Unlimlfcd 4'00 TBA 9-03 Rtunpcr Room II.OH Nrws (c) Counlry Canada 9.30 McHalp's Navy Itlcprobc 7 Music to ice (c) Mr. Drcssup Movie: 11) Biggest Wall Disney (c) Friendly Gianf Bundle of Them All Dick Van Dyke Helena Jimmy Stewart LTD Drew (c) Flip Wilson (c) Movie: CMMIIAV Sindny ill Nine Red Ball Expreii SUNDAY weekend Our Town Captain Scarlet News 3 HO fnkp Tnirly in-no Faith (or Today I Spy 10-30 NFL Action (c) Travel (c) 11 :n 5 N' ML-. Maple Bewitched Ocril (he Clock Movie: The Sol Gnld Cfidilac Miin Trap Anollicr World Piv'cni.-.trlsi (c) (c) in CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) SATURDAY NIGHT CFL Ednionlcn 7'00 5-H Like Young lc) at Saskatchewan 7.30 HM-.-C of Frighten- Kingo Bingo [c) Wild Kingdom sicin (c) t-.'j'i News Horst Koehler E 30 Uncle Bcbby Oil Report Doris Day (c) Prcfjram HI Llghls Rnllin' on thf River 5-00 Untamed World Fdihicns Don Mesicr (c) Movie: Parlc-is Francali Newsmakers Match Nighl Slaves (c) Ed Al'cn (cl 9.0Cr Movie: The Eocrcf Slory Theatre Tnis Week War o[ Harry Frigg Mnd Snudb 'cl 10-30 AM News Shirley's P.rrro R. Kiqllt Cap W-5 lc) Dcclor in the House- Mannix (c) 12.00 Movie Ballad ol II.00 News Josie (C) ll-JQ NitiMrap (c) 1UNDAY Oil Report !0 Tliougtil for Day Queslion Period Nrivs (c) DdviJ Frcsl Rural Report 3 A y Day cf Discovery WON DAY l 11.03 Pcnlccosl Prtscnls Thouqhl for Dny World Tomorrow 4-15 News (c) DicK Van Dyko Rex llumliarri (r) Universily of Air Duckiliol KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) SATURDAY NIGHT NFL Waslnylon BTO Squares lc) News vs New York IP- p.irdv (c) Hce Haw (c) Sixty Minutes (c) Whn, wnal. Where My Tlircc Sons (c) Animal World (c) Onmc Hold Ones (c) Jimmy Slrwnrl (c) Soi Movie: The .Socrnt Dnn.inza (c) War of Harry Frigg Cade's Counly News (c) Dick Vnn Dyito Movie: 6 30 Movie: HtindelLTo SUNDAY CnM0lJlo'JilY i-00 Tom nnd Jorry Our World Revival Fires (c) Salute Apiculture Rrx Humbard Toriay Shnw Kdinryn Kulilrnan ludjy In Moni.inn r.irc ihc Nslinn Concontr.illnn (c] fimovie Gcnlir'S (r) Snle (c) r.'d (C) IMP World Turns if] Thn Doclors (c) 12.00 Anolhpr nay Cily I dm- ol Niqlit (c) Gomcr Pylc lc) Mnrv GriHin Show n.r.n iiiiihiliios .1 ..I) (.nnily Affair NllC Ninhlly News MP.VS (r) KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablcvision Ch. 11) SATURDAY NIGHT 5-00 Partners (c) i.fiwrnncc Welk Movio: Tho Deadly Droam NFL Al.ns Smiln and (r) Mows Arnio (c) Muvln: Showdown nl nnothill (c) New, (c) SUNDAY r.irm News A-M Tins Ilie Ufa Chrisloplicrs S.irrnd Heart College Fonlbnll cnptnin Kflnnaroo Mnkc fl Wish (r) Din.ihT. f'l.ue lc) Inikihl (c) J-irk nnd Auslrry (c) Denver .it R: "i n-.M Giron Dny 9 ro Iho Henri Is Nf I. O.ikl.intl Jit Niv.'. Oil-tin Wild KnviUom (c) All My Uilldren lc) M.'iKe ,1 (cl Nanny .iiul Iho 11 DO Ncv.iyv.rcl Gnmo ifossor (r) Parlrldtje rni Movie: K Dragon nnti Mr. Douhlodcrkcrr, UullwinklQ (c) News (c) Ilio" Pcr-sirndi MONDAY f-arin Ncwl 11: N i 1 ?-C) r.'cml Slorm (c) lA.D I'm- I HP In I Ivft U.iys til Our Lives 1 3d Hcspiifil 'Iln-pp rn n M.ilch :it) IMIiri'i Gamo MI .I..'" Pi- P.v.sw Nowi Gi ;