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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 _ THI IHHM1DCI SattirJoy, April Kennedy Clan Key Aides Get Democratic Backing LIBERTY, N.Y. (CP) York slate Democralic party leaders have endorsed a group of liberals connected with the Kennedy clan for state and po- litical office. Plane Forced Back TORONTO (CP) An Air Canada DC-9, carrying 60 Mon- treal-bound passengers, was forced to return to Toronio In- ternational Airport shortly after take-off Friday after ice was sucked Into one of its jet en- gines. An Air Canada spokes- man said it was at first thought that a bird had been taken1 into the engine. SNOW BALLS? Modern astronomers often have called comets "space snow balls" because the bright nu- cleus is really a mass of frozer water, dust and methane anc aitmonia gases. INSURANCE 'LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES LID. ESTABLISHED T911 lowir floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 At a conversion of the stale party of a nominating leaders endorsed Arthur Gold berg as candidate for goverr.e" and Theodore G. Sorcnsca as candidate fof U.S. senator in the November U.S. elections. Goldberg is former VS. am bassador to the United Nations Before that the late President John F. Kennedy made him sec- retary of labor and tlien ap- pointed him to the U.S. Su preme Court. Sorensen also was a close as sociate of John Kennedy. The stale committee endorsed Adam Walinsky, a key aide of the lale Robert F. Kennedy, as'candi date for stale attorney-general Sofensen will seek. Robert Kennedy's old New York State seat. Goldberg, one of several Democrats seeking to take over Ihe governor's job from Rocke- feller, in office since 1959, was endorsed Wednesday night. He immediately threw the meeting into chaos by divorcing himself from the endorsement, saying he wanted !o get away from charges thai he was the candi- date of the New York City Dem ocrafic bosses. I The state commiltee also en dorsed Basil Patcrson, who rep- resents New York Harlem dis- trict in the state Senate, c-r. didale for lieulenant-governor. He is Ihe firsl Negro to get such an endorsement. U.S. Space Elite Breaking Up HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Tte champagne days of the Apollo adventure are over and the cur- rent corps of American astro- of the most elite groups of pilots ever assembled beginning to break up. One by one, the spacemen who took man's first step to- ward the stars in the Apollo program are moving into indus- try and other government jobs. Walter M. Schirra Jr., the ir- repressible wit who command ed three space voyages, is al ready gone. So, too, are William A. Anders, one of the first three men to circle the moon, and Mi chael Collins, the Apollo 11 as ous to hire the names which ade headlines around the orld. If Cooper leaves this summer, Alan B. Shcpard will be the only one of the original seven astro- auU left in the active ranks, aepard, the firit American in race, was grounded until re- ently by an ear problem, but is commander of Apollo 14. A severe cut in the space budget and a spreading out o! tic moon flights has created ioubt about the long-range fu me of the space business. During the peak days of the .Gemini program and the fina tronaut who waited in moon orbit while his crewmales mad als, and almost every astro- raut knew he had a chance ta Ely" Moon flights now are spaced a months apart. And for the irst time the end of the Apoto irogram is clearly in view. Apollo 13, 14 and 15 already lave crews named. That leaves our flights to the moon, with Ihe last in ;974. wsh for the moon in the Apolk jrogram, nights were comin it three-' and four-month inter SHOE REPAIR tXpendoble al Reasonable Prices MIKE'S SHOE REPAIRS 1071 3id Avt. doer to Locker ond Seafoods) TRY BEFORE YOU BUYI BE SURE! BE WISE RENT A NEW (22 MAICO CAUGHT IN THE ACT Constable Arigjs Hunter of the lontion Metropolitan Police loins in laughter with other members of his lowing party as Canadian Photo- grapher Peter Bregg took his picture in from of nude pointing m the MaHonaJ GoM.ry m Ottawa. Oct. 29, 1969. Ihe photo wins the 1969 Notional Newspaper Award for fealur. photography. "________________________________________________ Ihe first moonwalk. Apollo 8 commander Frank Borman, who flew with Anders around the moon, leaves t h i summer. Sources say Gordo Cooper, a two-time space ve eran, also will leave soo Apollo 9 commander James A McDivitt is still in the space program, but doesn't plan to fly again. James A. Lovell, whoako.- sweep. He ran imsuccess- ully for the NDP in Winnipeg South Centre in 1963. He leaves his wife, the former Esther Kowalson of Winnipeg. CALLING All VIMY VETS THE VIMY BANQUET SPONSORED BY THE GENERAL STEWART BRANCH. Of THE ROYAl CANADIAN LEGION, will be held In tho i LEGION MEMORIAL HALL ON THURSDAY, APRIL 9th Please phone the legion Office, 327-6644 if you plan to attond thb function A GOOD ATTENDANCE IS REQUESTED AH types of dwellings shared in Ihe decline in February, ex- cept row-housing which showed a marginal increase from I year earlier. For the first two months, of 1970, construction starts in centfes of population and more totalled down 46 per cent from a year ago. CMHC is expected to announce preliminary figures for March in a few days. CMHC said the average rate of interest charged on mort- gages guaranteed under the Na- tional Housing Act was 10.25 per cent in February, compared with 10.01 per cent in January. Interest rates are no longer under any ceiling and follow market trends. NURSES for ALBERTA Nursing Stolions, Health Centres and Hospitals are found al various locations In Alberta. As the nursing slalions and many health units are isolated, there Is ample scops for a Kurse use her Initiative. A spirit of self-relianco tempered with sound judgment and a sense of responsibility is essential. This, however, does not mean total responsi- bilityl Nurses In these posts have the support of experienced senior visitina nursing and medico! personnel both "on call" and by routine visit. If you feel you' can meet Ihe challenge of Nursing with Alberto's Indians, we welcome your inquiry.- Our requirements Include professional regislration, or eligibility for such registration, in a province of Canada and personal suitability. experi- ence or additional training are deslroblo assels. Current vacancies ore al Hay lake (Nursing Blood Indian Hospllal In Cardslon (requires general duty nurses) and tho following health cenrlesi Cardslon, Bonnyville, Saddle Lake and Goodfish loko (these positions require a Diploma in Public We have a fine hotel crossing Canada everyday. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary ranges are; Nurso 1 Nwse 2 Additional allowances ore paid on the following basis! -For Nursing Stations an Environmental Post Allowance of up to per annum. -At Nursing Stations, compensatory leave and a monthly allowance ol per month is paid In lieu of overtime, -Completion of poslgroduale courses ore recognired, depending on the situalion by per annum allowances of: midwifery Public Health Diploma ond B.Sc. Allowances, where applicable, ore paid. At Nursing Stalioni, accommodalions and meals are available at an approximate cost ol per monlh Also, assistance Is given in removal ond related expenses. Con. ditions of employment will vary according to location. When applying please quote No. 743, Apply Immediately lo: Department of National Healih i Welfare, Medical Services Division, Alberta Region, 501 Chonce.y Mali, No. 3 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Ed- rr.cnlon, Albcrla, Policeman Killed In Bank Holdup DUBLIN (AP) Five masked gunmen raided Dublin's Royal Bank of Ireland Friday, murdered a police constable ith a shol through the head nd escaped with about Police erected roadblocks and >egan searching the mountain rea outside the city with heli- opters ar.d spoiler planes. Justice Minister Mirtael 0'Morain immediately an- nounced a reward for in- formation on the killing of Con- stable Richard Fallen, 46-year- old father of five. Police said the holdup men cul Ihe bank's telephone line, ordered the staff and three cus- tomers to lie on the floor, and fired blank car- tridges as (hey grabbed all the IcOEo cash in the bank. Manager Stanley tfeegan managed to set off an alarm bell and a police patrol car arrived just as the gang ran out the door. Fallen and another policemen chased Ihe raiders into an alley, where Fallen was killed by a build from an automatic pistol. The Canadian, one of the world's great trains. And tt hat worthing you'd expect from affne hoM... that rtaywtth you clear across ttw country. Comfortable Soft mutte. A range of accommo- dation and air conditioning o( count. Enn a rota on your iMng tabto whllt you Mnpto ow famed ctflslne. Costly? Not a ML Ditty between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Call your Trawl Agent or CPfliiL GERMANS IN RED FRANKFURT (Reuters) West Germany's basic, balance of payments showed a deficit of marks in February, compared with marks !he previous month, tho central bank an- nounced, CP Raff ;