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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta I, THi UTHUIOGE HERAID Gmlm MEN'S JACKETS 'Pop-O-lJi' took good bit tone- K. Ho-i-wsaring (ctkth H thaft treated for wolar In two comfortobU itiHn for or cowal waar. And they're both priced right at Woolco A. llilirll Knit cellar, cuff i, tatin lined. Pewler, Green, Navy Sizei B. Ckib rtvfa, mlin lined.' trim, Sizes Canodion Mist' (C) A tight of nylon far ono for lllkonl troatod for wotor rapallency. with wif collar, button nrrh, .tlaih podteb and zip front. SaHn lin- ed. New ihodo of Tool, Brow, Navy. Planes Brush In Air WASHINGTON (AP) The defence department confirmed Tuesday that a Soviet built Badger reconnaissance bomber and a United States F4 Phaa- tom fighter plane brushed ia flight after the American plane signalled the Badger away from a Mediterranean area where a U.S. carrier was cCsraiK-t flight oparadOK. A the Phaa- tara sofiered only scraped paint and the Soviet built plane a slight dent in a wing tip. He declined to say whether the Soriet-boUf plane was flora jy a Soviet pilot, whether It jore Egyptian markings and where it was based. Published report of the Inci- dent in mid-March have de- scribed the plane as bearing U.S. intelligence sources have said previously that the Rus- vu con-jlfit oa rc- conaaissance of the U.S. Sth Fleet 'in the Mediterranean, using TU16 Badger ance bomben based In Egypt nd carrying Egypdaa idenlirv- cation. Abortin Laws Liberalized ANNAPOUS, Md. (AP) The Maryland legislature Tues- day enacted a bill repealing an ten regulating abortion in the state and making Maryland the meet liberal state in the union as to abortions. The measure, passed on a final rote of to in the House of Delegates, would leave the matter of abortion strictly a decision between the doctor and patient. The senate tacked on amend- in which the house con- curred, that would release doc- tors and hospitals from civil la- bility if they refuse to perform abortions because of religion or conscience. As it now stands, any boensed doctor in the state can perform an abortion in any Kcensed hos- pital without any more require- ments than he would have to meet for any other operation. Red Star Accuses China MOSCOW (Renters) The Soviet armed farces newspaper Red Star said today China is takiag "openly provocative" nditary maamrn m areas bor- dering the Soviet Union and Isaagalia. In the ffanntwt attack to date of a rorrcat teriw on an alleged rfrquntint campaign by China, the newspaper also strongly reiterated denials of Peking allegations that the Rus- sians are preparing an attack on China. The article made only a pass- ing reference to the iino-Soviet border talks DOW dragging into their sixth month in Peking. Russia Cancels Bomb Tests TOKYO (AP) -.The Soviet Union amooDced today that it hast naceari too: bombing ex- erdses it phoned to conduct in waters on Japan next month, the Japanese foreign ministry flaported. The Soviet decision followed Strong protest by the Japanese gumuuieut list week that the toll would interfere with air sea traffic md (fleet fish- ing.; TV Soviet government an- nounced last week it would con- duct tte tests Aprii 1-27 in inter- national waters of Siiikalrc, Ja- pan's main southern island, the Soviet Kamchatka Peninsula and Kurilo Islands, and in the Japan Sea. On Monday, the Soviet Union amounced cancellation of the exercise off Shikokn and post- ponement of the other tests. Spy Network In NATO Office ;BRUSSELS (Beaters) llcariin security police have ar- retted a JS-jw-oM Russian track aaVmnan, accused of trying to set op spy network ta mTO-i Empean military bntdqoarten, the Belgian jm- tfcaministry today. man, Borii Sariteh, employed aa engineer and salesman her. vith tot Sonet Scakaa- Volgi rdick firm tines Octo- ber, 1967, tried to when arrested in a restaurant March a. found rainianxc pho- tography eqaipmcot, several rofls of fita on him, and a large amount of money. The.justice minlitry hu asked for Savitch's expulsion from Belgium, the statement added. Gushing Oil Well Capped NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) -1 Ito lait weQ gothiag oil fi'cra i Chevron Ofl Co. pUttorm into the Golf of Menco was capped Mirm weeks after it itarten borntag Chevron Mid weQ No. Wof the which had oQ and gw off the Louis- tea coMt-WM killed with a inlifcie of taft water and driB- nod puibueii through a re- let weB. White the well was being killed, a federal grand jury was preparing to open an inTeftiga- lipn into reports that oil corcipa- nies sometimes bypass oil-veD safety rtiles. r; The investigation, a resuX of massive offshore oil pollution from the wiM Chevron rig, was ordered by the U.S. justice de- partnKT.t on UK tion of Interior Secretary Walter J. Hiekel. Old Age Pensions Fraud Isolated OTTAWA (CP) A national investigation of f r a u d n 1 e n t for oU pensions shows that the problem appears to have been limited to the Mon- treal area, a spokesman for the health and welfare department said Tuesday. The report .of Auditor-General First-Yeor Courses Dropped College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magroth Drive EDMONTON (CP) First. year students at the University of Alberta will no longer, be re- paired-to take physical educa- tion courses. The generat facuRy coundl has a tion of a special committee that the first-year requirement dropped. A recommendation that stu- dents In an (softies should be permitted to take s physica education course for credit to ward their degree was rejected Council also decided tha positions of respDOsibUify in extra-curricular activities vril Maxwell Hendersnr., released last week, spoke of a routine check of such payments from one regional office dudosiag raudS'involving some WOO.OOO, of which had been re- covered up to the end of 1969. The report said the investiga- lon was continuing. The department spokesman ssid cross-country check was undertaken hi the wake of the imh'ng mentioned by the audi- or-general, He confirmed that he frauds mentioned occurred n the Montreal area and said the investigation "so far would suggest that this vras an iso- aled case." Seven persons had already been prosecuted hi connection with the frauds. The frauds comprised' pay- ments fo fictitious persona or to jersons unqualified eilher by age or residence to.collect the pension, the auditor-general's report (tated. Church Burnt TORONTO (CP) Fire de- stroyed Jondale Heights United Church Tuesday, causing 000 damage and wiping out Rev. Rjchard Davies' entire library. Mr, Davies said he had spent 20 years aocumolatiog books aod otber per Woofcv SplasW-On Colors In The Exciting Tie and Dye' Look Boys' Short Sleeve KiMtM Starts And a hap- pening. quality Acrylic kniti, itylad with Barry1 and featuring tha 'iplathtd-en' of dytd look to big with kidi itiii Spring. Available In kerf, or. i Jn I to 11. ONLY Boys' Boot Pants 'Smoke SlacVs1 Wtth ig 50 Daeron 50% Cotton. Presi. Ma dry or machine dry. fonirtf or PAIR Roys' Sizes 8 to 18. in 8 W 18- drr_f a.m. 4 ajii.j WiAnWer a.m. to 1 College Shopping Moll 2025 Mayor Moqrath Drive ;