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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2O THE LETHBRlUWrE HtRALD luesday, Apnl J, l9.j Ex-Pincher teacher enters race CALGARY (CP) Nancy Eng, president of the Alberta New Democratic Party, an- nounced Monday she would be a candidate in Calgary Foot- bills when a byelection is call- ed Mrs. Eng, formerly of Pin- cher Creek, was elected party president last February. She teaches school in the city. The NTJP has yet to announce a nomination date. The vacancy was created more than a month ago by the death of Progressive Conserva- tive Len Werry, minister of telephones and utilities. Leaders Bob Russell of the Liberals and Werner Schmidt of the Social Credit Party have indicated they would also be running. Besides the vacant seat, the legislature now has 48 Conserv- ative members, 25 Social Credit and one NDP. STRIKES BACK VANCOUVER (CP) A Van- couver lawyer received a head wound after being struck with a golf club during an altercation on the University of British Col- umbia golf course. Police said they were told the altercation started when a member of one foursome drove a ball that j landed near a foursome ahead, j A member of the leading four-1 some then drove the ball back, j EM- T7ie '7 Forget" Habit! A noted publisher in Chicago re- ports there is a simple tech- nique for acquiring a powerful memory which can pay, ycu real dividends in both business and social advancement and like_ magic to give you added poise, necessary self- confidence and greater popu- larity. According to this publisher, many people do not realize how much they could influence others simply by remembering accur- ately even-thing they see. tear, or read. Whether in business, at social functions or even in cas- ual conversations with new ac- quaintances, there are ways in which you can dominate each situation by ycur ability to re- member. To acquaint the readers o! this paper with the easy-to-fbl- low rules for developing skill in remembering anything you choose to remember, the pub- lishers have printed full details of their self-training method in a new booklet. "Adventures in which, will be mail- ed free to anyone who requests it. No obligation. Send your name, address, and zip code to: Memory Studies. 553'E. Lange St.. Dept. 628-96. Mundelein., Til.. 60060. A postcard will do. Israel acts to defuse hot spot By TERRENCE SMITH New York Times Service KHAN YUNIS During the last three weeks, the members of 128 Palestinian refugee fam- ilies have been moving beds, odd bits of furniture and cook- ing equipment into a newly-con- structed settlement on the out- skirts of this Arab Coastal town. Behind them, they have left the concrete huts in the old Khan Yunis refugee camp in which most of them have lived they were originally dis- placed from their homes in Pal- estine by the 1948 Arab-Israeli wnr. Although few of them seem to realize it, the families are acting out the first step in a long-term Israeli solution to the human congestion and political volatility of the occupied Gaza Strip. The ambitious project is mo- tivated by the Isreali intention, which Israeli leaders readily acknowledge, not to return the occupied Gaza Strip to Egypt, not even as part of a peace agreement. Some Israelis are willing to consider linking The Strip to Jordan or even an au- tonomous Palestinian state on the west bank of the Jordan River, but most expect that Is- rael ultimately will annex ths Gaza Strip outright. In the meantime, the Israelis are taking practical steps to de- fuse the atmosphere in this an- cient stronghold of the Philis- tines that has proved to be a headache for every authority that has administered it since. The Crusaders, the Turks, The British and the Egyptians all had their problems with this overcrowded strip of sand, which measures only 140 square miles and is home for about people. TRY THESE! Food editor Margo Oliver serves up great recipes for small cakes this SaJurday in Weekend Maga- zine. To name but three: One-Egg Cake, Hot Water Ginger- bread, Sour Cream Cake. Clip them out and try them. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE .Indians want coal leases Happy reunion cancelled BILLXGS. Mont. (AP) The Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council has issued a resolution calling for cancellation of all coal leases on tribal lands. The Bureau of Indian Affairs office administrator in Billings, James Canan, says he believes the Indians hope to get higher prices for the coal than the prices negotiated several years ago. He said the Indian request for lease cancellations is ex- pected to end up in court. The company with the largest lease holdings on Indian lands in Montana is Peabody Coal Co., which is leasing acres en the southern Montana reservation. Peabody has com- mitted itself to supplying 500 million tons of coal for several coal-gasilication plants planned in southeastern Montana. Lloyd Oppel, right, is tall smiles as he was met by his brother Fred and foster sister Marion, right, at Comox, B.C. after a Canadian Forces plane brought him from McChord Air Force Base, Washington, on lha final leg ef his -journey home after five months' imprisonment in North Vietnam. NEW MORMON TOWER PRAISED, CONDEMNED SOUVENIR SHEETS AUCKLAND, N.Z. (AP) Sixteen sheets used by the Roll- ing Stones rock group on a stop- over here were purchased for by businessmen who said they would make tnem into sou- venir handkerchiefs and shirt panels. The Centre Village MERCHANTS Invite you to see the AG-EXPO DISPLAYS while shopping in the Mail NOW thru APRIL 6th Displays will be located in the moll and en the parking let MIDGE FARM SUPPLIES ITD.-New Holland equipment SUPER SAIES and SERVlCE-AIIis Chalmers equipment SOUTHLAND FORD LTO.-Ford equipment BARRCO EQUIPMENT Harris equipment CANADIAN CO-OP IMPLEMENTS LTD. WllUAMS FARM AND RANCH AND EQUIP LTD. Cockshvtt White equip LETHBRIDGE FARM EQUIPMENT ITD.-Csis aqcip. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD.-lrrigotion equip. MAClfODS-Disploy of form Centre Village "The Moll thot hos it all" SALT LAKE CITY (AP) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) is moving into a gleaming, 28- storey office building which of- ficials say reflects the church's worldwide growth and which critics call a technocratic rejec- tion of its pioneer heritage. The streamlined white tower, the tallest building in the state, was designed by George Can- non Young, a grandson of col- onizer Brigham Young. The 75- year-old designer says the building complements its sur- rounding 'in a modern concep- tion." A church spokesman says the building will increase efficiency in sen-ing the church's 3.25 mil- lion members thrcughcv.t the world. CRITICS SNIPE Critics range from an anon- ymous caller on a radio talk show who dubbed the building "a modern tower of Babel" to a Mormon architect who says it is too large and out of charac- ter with nearby historical church buildings. The building towers above the grey granite Mormon Temple which was designsd partly by architect Young's father, above the silver domed tabernacle, above the restored Beehive House where Brigham Y o u n a kept many of his wives and above the Greek-style church administration building where the highest officials will con- tinue to have their offices. The building was bid at S31.4 million, but a church spokes- man said its total cost would likely to higher. He said its use would be ''entirely ecclesiasti- cal." Most church departments have already moved into the building. Dedication is expect- ed later this year. "The church has given stabil- ity to the downtown, says Vernon Jorgensen. city plan- ning and zoning director. "You couldn't get that kind of con- struction in the heart of many urban areas today. Wendell Ashton. director of external communications, said the building is designed to meet future needs of the church, whose membership is expected to reach six million by 1S35. and will help the church "spend the widow's mite more referring to the 10 per cant tithe required of every member in gocd standing. TOURISTS MAY VISIT PRAGUE (AP) The foreign ministry announced Czechoslo- vak tourists may once more visit such countries as Hungary, Romania and Yugoslavia, which were closed to them because of an outbreak of hoof and mouth disease, the news agency CKT I said. 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