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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE ISTHBRIDOE HERALD Tueidoy, SepHmber 26, 1972 Deny figures cooked OTTAWA (CP) A spokes- man for Central Mortgage and HonsLrg Corp. Monday de- scribed as "ridiculous" a charge by NDP Leader David Lewis tiiat CMHC staffers worked overtime during tho weekend "cooking" housing fig- ures for political use by the Liberals. "It just doesn't make said George Hunt, CMHC infor- mation director. He said that 30 to 40 staff members worked weekend overtime but insisted they were only cutdiing up oil their work at the busiest time in the corpo- ration's year. "Right now we are at our peak period with housing pro- grams being rounded off, loans put through and builders going to work on projects." ROUTINE MATTER Mr. Hunt described this as mere routine. "What's so strange about that? Doesn't everybody work overtime, either at the office or lake work home when the load is Mr. Lewis raised the issue Sunday at a Toronto meeting of FLATTERING NEW FAKES Whlla II may not seem os lux- urious to own a foke fur as a real one, there are definilo advantages. Audrey Gosllin tells about them this Saturday in her tolorfu] fashion fealure RICH MAN'S STORE Bmson and Brisson on Street in Montreal hoj the reputation of being the most ex- pensive's men's wear shop in Canoa'o. Read about It this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE NDP workers. He said a mem- ber of the CMHC staff phoned his Ottawa office reporting that staffers had been ordered to work overtime preparing an an- swer to NDP election campaign proposals on housing. The NDP leader contended public servants were being used by the government to "cook" housing figures in an attempt to discredit NDP pro- grams. He said it was improper for the governing party to use civil servants in an election campaign. Where party leaders are By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Lcthbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary and Rcgina. Conservative Leader Stan If Vancouver imd Dawson Creek, B.C. New Democrat Leader Vancouver and New Westminster, B.C. Social Credit Leader Caonclte Manitoba. campaign No candidates will be listed Justin pictures riot useable CALGARY (CP) Justin Trudeau had an impromptu meeting with the press aboard the prime minister's aircraft but it was off the record for photographers. Margaret Trudeau and her son paid a brief visit to the press section of the plane as it flew from Vancouver to Cal- gary. Press photographers covering Prime Minister Tmdeau's cam- paign shot pictures of Justin as- tride a stuffed toy tiger, but a press secretary refused to per- mit publication, explaining that there has been a long-standing rule against use of pictures shot during campaign Plights. OTTAWA (CP) No candi- dates will bo listed on ballots under the Action Canada or Modernization labels in the Oct. 30 lederal clectiou. Jean-Marc Hamel, chief elec- torial officer, has announced their deletions from the official registry of political parties in the latest edition of the Canada Gazette. The deletion comes about be- cause neither parly was repre- sented in the Commons before Prime Minister Tnideau dis- solved Parliament for the elec- tion and llioy did not comply with a requirement to file, over the signature of the party leader, a statement in writing "confirming or bringing up to dale" the information contained in the original application. Such information must be filed, un- der the Canada Klections Act, by the 48th day prior to voting day. Registration of parties, allow- ing candidates to be Identified on the ballot by parly affilia- tion, is bolng used for the first time in the forthcoming elec- tion under voting changes made in 1970. Action Canada was formed by Paul Hcllyer, former Lib- eral MP for Toronto Trinity who became on independent MP, then switched to Con- servatives. Modernization called the Mod party, is a loosely-knit or- ganization of indeterminate size headed by Glenn Pylypa, 28, of Edmonton. Candidates supporting such groups may still run in the election. Loss of registration means only that no party label will be attached to their name on the ballot. MILLIONS IN DRUGS Marijuana worth an estimated million was confiscated by South African police in 1971. Join the world and see the Club. Canadian Club. BOTTLED IN :BOND W i The finest of fine Canadian whiskies is "The Best In The House" In 87 lands: Afghanislan, Algeria, Antarctica, Antigua, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands Ceylon, Chile, Christmas Island, Cosla Rica, Curasao, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, France Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haili, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Nev; Guinea New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Tahiti, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey, Kingdom United Stales, Uruguay, Venezuela, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia, and Zambia. Canadian Club Is distilled and bottled In Walkerville by Hiram Walker Sons Limited MORE T COLLEGE AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS COURSES INCLUDED ARE If Arc, acetylene and metallurgy theory, FIELD EQUIPMENT Emphasizing service, maintenance and repair. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Agricultural and Agricultural Equipment Technology Courses designed to provide basic knowledge, skill and personal development in agri- cultural equipment. Improve your own farm technical operation Plus there's an unprecedented demand for employment in the farm implement industry. POWER UNITS i LJVrtD A1II a" lystemi from most baiic to more lllUKAULixd sophisticated applications on all farm tractors and equipment, and service procedures required. DIESEL INJECTION THEORY field servicing of diesel systems. BASIC SHOP MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND OFFICE PROCEDURES REGISTRATION: MONDAY, OCTOBER 16fh FEE: 535.00 (8-WEEK TERM) 3 TERM PROGRAM Director: Dr. R. DAVID CLARK WELDING (6 WEEKS) NO FORMAL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS This program has been prepared with the aim of providing Ihe technical and practical information ond skills necessary to welding of common jobs found in the agricultural, manufacturing and construction Included is theory and practice pertaining to the basics of oxy-acetylene welding and cutting, and ore welding. Registration Monday, October 2nd Director: MR. F. B. (Fin) McPHERSON AGRICULTURAL DIPLOMA PROGRAM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS 67 Alberta High School Credits to include credit in Grado XI Math and Science. October 2nd Fee: S70.00 Per Semester 4 SEMESTER PROGRAM Subjects include: ANIMAL SCIENCE ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING FIELD CROPS ritio tKors WELDING MECHANICS PLUS MANY MORE Director DR. R. DAVID CLARK FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone 327-2141 TV HIGHLIGHTS TUESDAY MYSTERY DRAMA: Mission: Impossible, p.m., Ch. 7. Leonard Nimoy stare in "The Hostage" being kidnapped by a group ot treacherous revolutionaries. SI'OHT: Boxing, 7 p.m., Ch. 2 Bob Foster meets Mike Finnigan in a bout for the Lightheavyweight Championship of the World live from London. MUSIC: Irish Rover, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A new day and time for this program as the Irish Rovers open their third soason. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Lou's been promoted, Murray is tho new boss and everyone is walk- ing around with long faces. VARIETY: Flip Wilson, p.m., Ch. 7. Melba Moore and Don Knotts join Flip in skits with Dan Kicks and His Hot Licks. SPORT: CFL Football, p.m., Ch. 13. The Ottawa Rough Riders meet the B.C. Lions at Vancouver. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Night, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "Cam- bodia in Conflict" tells about that East Asian nation and reviews the years of Prince Sihanouk's reign. INTERVIEW; Mcrv Griffin, 12 midnigliC, Ch. 13. Hono Lange, Fernando Lamas, Hugh O'Brian and Charles Nel- son Reilly with their new talent discoveries. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Five Day 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A frothy satire about a married woman who spends her weekday afternoons with a gigolo. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings era lined by the radio and televliicn ttaliont. Any variation In program schedule it to ritinule changes by the stations and: I, not the reipon- llblllty of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo end Photographic Cenlre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell: Contemporary News Doug Marvim Contemporary Sports Leo Dow: Farm News MONDAY thru FRIDAY ChK Trading Post Grain Prices Buryl Cfark Leo Call the Land Farm News John Olvlre Dave King Bob Hestelh 15 Farm News Jack Neufeld Chec-IJna Gallic Prices Paul Tessier TUESDAY NIGHT World at Jchn WalKer Jchn Charles 13.30 Terry Vogf WEDNESDAY CBC Nevf5 CJOC Jfm Elliot News, Weather find Sports News, Vrtathsr and Snarls NE.VS and 'jraln Wayne Rsrr Probe 1220 Noon Farm JacK Thys John Walker v.'crld at Si CHEC FM News, Wthr.7 Sports Hourly Consle, Don WON, THRU SAT. Don MacMasler a., Hcdmsn Sign-On1 CDR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Music rf Strlabln Radio Moon As II Happens Bi03 Tuesday Night In.roducNon Tuesday Nfqht News, Wlhr., Sports From the CapUals Five Nighli a Week Ruperl's Land Rock Slock Slide Take 11 from Here WEDNESDAY Max Fcrguswi Eye Opener World' at e Eye Opener This Country Time Sfqna! Nations Alfslrs Henry Wood Concerts Home Run BBC News and Commentary News World at Six See It It's New ANGLO MODEL TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe stereo playback car cassette system. Featuresi Jnstalcad system; automalfc continuous reverse system plays cassette over until you push eject bulton; 12 watts output; fast forward and rewind buttons can be locked; automatic eject at end of tape En fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pkotoplaphlc 419 5lh ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY MIGHT Wealfier (c) Choi Lets Make a Deal Stampede WresNIng Joan Waterfield Teleprobe 7 avenner5 Luncnccn Dale Fcolball V2 Mary Tyler Flip Wilson (c) Frcnl Page Challenge [c] Tuesday Nile News cc> Hews, Facts PinoccMo Mr. Dressup Friendly GJanT CHANNEL 2 CABIEVISION TUESDAY NIGHT Jhe worfd MVA Llghf Hcavywcigtil from London, championship of England between Trulh cr Consequences Klara's Korner Squares EU AUan Take JO Family Court Drop In Lels Deal Bor- FoMer and Finnlgan. CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel T3 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIOHT Brady Bunch Hawaii Five 0 Headline Hunlert FFrst and Ten CFL Marcus Wei by News News Griffin WEDNESDAY Thought for Day University of Air Romper Room Canada A.M. Community Cafendar Fashions Parlons Trouble wHh Tracy Lift Style In Conversallofi Pierre Berlon Beat Ihe EUjckstel Flinfstonei [c> f.Vivie: Five Day Lover SomerseT (rl Another VJorld In Sewing 1he Francais Good WorJ Anylhinq You Cen Do Sfar Trefc KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today Show tc) News Today In Montana Tho n The D tc) TUESDAY NIGHT Cousin Atautfe Hawaii Five-O Price Is Right 5-00 MiXc- Da-jgla? News Who, Whal, Whera Family Affair Tcnlght Sfiovx Gama 4-00 Jckers WEDNESDAY News NCVMS Our Concentralion UBC NtghHy NPA-J Salute Agrkullure World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIOHT Nevus tc) Trulh or Conse- quences Rising (e> Movie: Moon of Ihe [c> Marcus Welby Hevr-i (c) Capl. Kangaroo News (c) General Hospital Jack LaLannfl Life In Audrey (cj Days ol our Galloping Gourmet Lives (c) Where the Hearl is Dinah's News CO Search for Tomorr fhrcc on a W.alch (c) Dating Gstne (c> Splil Sco-nd (cl WEOKESDAY Farm News Nevvj Deal (c) Mewrywed Game (c) ;