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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE UTHMIDCI HEtAlO 4, Newspapermen Win Top Awards TORONTO (CP) A three- time winner and two honored for the second time are among the recipients of 1909 Nalional Nf svspapw Awards. Guyn (Jocko) Thomas, To- ronto Star police reporter who won previously in 1951 and 1955, became !he first winner of three awards for spot news reporting since the competition was eslab- repeal winners, lished in 19W. The other both Toronto Telegram report- ers, were Peler Worthicgton for start corresponding and Bob Penningtor for sports writing. Mr. Worthington won an await! for feature writing in 1962 ace Mr. Pcnnington was the 1965 sports writing winner. The 1969 winner in the feature writing category was Brian Stewart, M o n t r e a 1 Gazette Martin Dewey, Toronto Star von the award for editoria writing and Edward Uluschak Edmonton Journal, was the win ner tor cartooning. Awards to Tibor Kolley, To ronto Globe and Mail, for spo1 photography and Peter iregg, The Canadian Press, for eature photography were an- Douiiced earlier. Citations for merit were awarded to Ted B e a u d o i n, Prince George, B.C., free-lanco writer, for spot news reporting and Joseph MacSween, The Ca- nadian Press, for feature writ- TO HOLD DINNER The winners will be honort-J at a dinner in Toronto Saturday, April 11, by the Toronio Men's Press Club, which established the awards as an annual compe- tition to reward achievement and encourage excellence in newspaper work in Canada. Award winners receive a cer- tificate and from a self-sus- taining fund lo which news- papers and newspaper groups across the country havu contrib- uted. Mr. Thomas, 57, won his award for an exclusive slor> Dec. 1, reporting accusations of interference by senior police of ficers in impaired driving RAYMOND "The Commuters Paradise" Why don't you come and see .the advantages of living in Raymond? took at our SCHOOLS RECREATION PROGRAM RENTAL STRUCTURE FRIENDLINESS NEW GOLF COURSE FISHING GOOD STORES AND SERVICES CHEAP BlItDING LOTS _ WHOLESOME COMMUNITY LIFE Write to RAYMOND TOWN HALL for full particulars larges against Toronto busi- ssmen. The story was fol- wed by a public inquiry by Ihe etropo'litan Toronto police mmission. A reporter with The Star ice 1929, he broadcasts regu- ;ly from police headquarters r Toronto radio station CFRB. Mr. Worthington, 42, was araed (or 3 series of dispatches February and March, in re- orting from both sides in the igerian civil war. RAVELS FAR Since joining The Telegram 14 ears ago, he served two years as thtress in London for 11 years be- ore emigrating from England, >e joined The Telegram in 1954. Mr. Stewart, 27, won his award for a feature Jucc'7 on a rceu who was held in jail with- out trial for more than eight months on a charge of rape be- cause he could not afford property bail. Prison authorities refused to permit him to attend ihe funeral of his 11-monlhs-old son, who was fatally scalded in the bathroom accident. HELEASE FOLLOWED The man was released on re- duced bail two after Mr. Stewart's story appeared and was eventually acquitted on the charge. Mr. Stewart is city hall re- porter and a weekly columnist for The Gazette, which he 'joined in 1968 after working for the Oshawa Timt'j and Uie Richmondand Twickenham Times in England. He gradu- ated in journalism in 1964 from A native of Prosperity, A1U., he began cartooning, with no formal art training, for a pub- lishing firm that put out trade magazines. He later became art director for a printing firm and drew cartoons for a weekly news magazine. Mr. Beaudoin, 29, receivc-J his citation for an Oct. 6 interview as a Prince George Citizen re- porter with Rev. Emil Sasges describing his 23-day ordeal after his. plane crasher} on a mountain top in tbe Cariboo area. The priest was found by a group of hunters c''ght days after his rations gave out. Born in Windsor, Onl., Mr. Beaudoin worked for news- papers in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia and in public relations in Montreal before be- coming a free-lance writer last February. Mr. MacSween, 50, was cited for a series of feature stories published in- April on Quebec's and cultural prob- News In Nutshell THEY GET VOTE ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Cov. Lester Maddox signed a resolu Son here which brings Georgia up to date half a century later. The resolution ratifies the 19th Amendment to constitution, which gave women the right to vote. It was ratified by the necessary three quarters of the states SO years ago. LORD SHEKWOOD DIES BROOK, Isle of Wight (Reu- ters) Lord Sherwood, 71, Britain's wartime undersecre- tary of state for air, dirf here it was announced Friday. His death came only two 'weeks after his second marriage to Katherine Thornton Ranger, whom be had known for 4) years. 'A Man Who Plays Good' VICTORIA (CP) The first session of the 29th British Cd- umbia legislature prorogued WRONG WORDS WASHINGTON (AP) The economic lenis. Plan Now To Attend These Sales MONDAY, APRIL 6th 1 P.M. ROBERT HULIT, COUTTS, ALBERTA REGISTERED HORNED HEREFORD DISPERSION AT THE FORT MACLEOD SUES ARENA 84 HEAD 84 42 FEMALES 17 BULLS Service Sirt: IAX PlPt VHN STD. IU 6-5-Year Did Females 5-d-Year Old Female; 8-7-Year Old 8-2-Ysar Old Bulls 7-Yeorling Built Service Sirs: H.C QUICKSILVER M6 10-3-Year Old 5-5 6-Year Old Females 8-7 8-Year Old Females t-Yeorling Bull 1-3-Year Old Bull, ojt of Bar Derm Standard 32S 25 COMMERCIAL HEREFORD COWS SELL, BRED TO BAR PIPE PROGENY SIRES r. HUKLBURT No. 274 AUCTtONKK: J. A. BAKER N.. 144 D. K. McNAB No. 670 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th 11 A.M. NICK PAPP FARM AUCTION SALE MIUS NORTH OF PINCHEX STATION CASH TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 1959 Inlernalionai W6 Gai Tractor wilH Front End loader. Cockshutt 40 Gas Troclsr. Oliver 77 Gas Tractor. Fcrgo One-Ton Truck. FARM MACHINERY Ccckshutt Swalher, 12-fl.? New Holland Boler, No. 65; Ccckshull 4- Bar Side Delivery Ralie; Oliver 7-ft. Mower, PTO; Cockshull o.fl. Mower, PTO; 2-10-fi. Oliver cultivators, New Shoved; Masiey.Hor- ri> 3-3ollom Plow; 6-ff. I.H.C. Rubber-lired Oneway; PTO Massey-Harris Combine No. 15; Threshing Machine, Belt Drive (working Massey-Harril 10-fl. Disc O'fver 12.11. Pms Orill. MISCEUANEOU5 FARM EQUIPMENT Traclor-Mounled Weed Sprayer wllh 30 fl. Bcoms plus Control Swilcri; Tired Bale Bale ElevoFor; 6-in, Grain Auger, 2o-fl. lo-ig; Groin Auger, 16-fr. long; CocksSull Groin Grinder; !i-ln. Woter Pump; of Pipe lenglni, lo 2" iTrei; Harrowj; 2-wheel Trailer; Running Gears; lumber Aliorlment PfanVl; Mcisey-Harrii Manure Spreader, Steel Pull-lype; 12-ft, D-jirp Soke. SHOP EQUIPMENT Craflsman Eleclric Welder, 180 Amp.; Skill Saw; Circular Saw 30-in. Blade, Bell Drive; Air Compressor Tank, 100 Ib. Air; H h.p. Eleclrjc Molar; ChoTn Hoist; h.p. Electric Molar; Hand Drive Drill; Post Vise; 7-Ton Jack; Child's Saddle (like Electric Soldering Iron; Pipe Wrench; Sledge Hammer; Post Hole Digger, PTO; Calf Puller, new type; Dehorner; Syring- es; Chicken Brooder, ele; Heat lamp; Time Seller; Slep ladder; Cans Paint, some full, some half full; 1-in. Plastic Hose; Coal Pail; Cream Cans; Clippers; Conl Oil lanlern; Booster Coble; Weed Spray Con LIVESTOCK 30 Slock Cows, mixed Hereford and Black.While Face, Most Heavy in Calf. 2-Yeor.old Registered Hereford Bull Papers available. J-Year-Old Secjlslered Hereford Bull. HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Cabinet; Fruit and Milk Jmsj Butler Churn; 6 Chairs, Chrome, 4 Wood; Sed; Olshei; Suilcase; Keliles; Woler Softener; Egg Holders. HAY AND 5TKAW 15 lo 20 Tons Hay, Brome and Alfolla. 5 Tons Wheat Straw, 2 Tons Barley Based in Montreal, he joined CP in Halifax in 1946 after three years as an RCAF ferry pilot and has worked for the national news service in London, New York, St. John's, Nfld., Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver. He won a previous NNA citation for staff corresponding in 1966. Contributors to the Awards Fund are Halifax Herald, Lon- don Free Press, Montreal Ga- zette, Montreal Star, RegJM Leader-Post, Saskatoon Star- Fhrxuix, Toronto Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Toronto Tel. egram, Windsor Star, French- language dailies, FP Publica- tions, Southam Newspapers and Thomson Newspapers. Broadcasters Win Contract .NEW YORK (AP) Na- tional Broadcasting Co. an- nounced Friday that a tentative three-year contract agreement had been reached with the AFLrOIO National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians. NBC said the agreement was reached in San Diego and was subject to ratification by the NABET members employed by the NBC television and radio networks at network studios and company-owned stations across the United States. The NBC announcement fol- lowed word from the union that NABET had agreed to an indefi- nite postponement of strike ac- tion. The tentative agreement came only a half hour, before picket lines had been scheduled to be set up at studio and trans- mitter locations in New York, Washington, Cleveland, Chicago and Los Angeles. The company said the agreement removed any threat of a strike. In its earlier announcement, NABET said the postponement had been agreed to at the per- Eona! request of J. Curtis Counts, national director of the Federal Mediation and Concilia- tion Service, who had inter- vened in the dispute from Wash- ington A NABET official said the sudden tentative settlement came when Ihe union withdrew a key item blocking settlement. The item was described as a pension improvement demand which was a major cost factor and which the union decided to drop in order to achieve other gains. Federal Communications Com- mission has fined Philadelphia radio stalioa WUHY-FM ?100 for airing a program featuring four-letter words. The commis- sion said the Jan. 4 broadcast had "no redeeming social value." The program a tape-recorded interview with Jerry Garcia, leader of Tile Grateful Dead musical group. HEU> A DOG DEERF1ELD BEACH, Fla. (AP) A woman called UK fire department Friday to re- port a man yelling for help. The rescue squad found only a man who said by was calling Help. Officials de- clwed to identify the parties in- volved, but said UK dog an- Hetillh Group Meeting Set The Southern Region, Cana- dian Mental Health Association is holding a public meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the Leth- bridge Auxiliary Hospital. There will be a workshop dis- cussion on the philosophy and aims of the CMHA as well as a meeting of the board of direc- tors. The board meeting U to in- clude the election of executivi officers, presentation of the 1971 budget and a discussion on the areas of work of CMHA in the southern Alberta region. Friday with Lieutenant-Gover- nor John Nicholson giving royal assent to the government's leg- islative program. The closing day of the legisla- ure was marked by a walkout >y the 12 NDP members, who for prorogation. The session began Jan. 22. Charging that Premier W. A. C. Bennett is "a hi an who plays Bob Williams (NDP- Vancouver East) led the walk- out after it was disclosed that proposed tape recordings of leg- islative proceedings would apply only to t hi one- and budg- et-speech debate. British Columbia is the only province that has no form o'. Hansard. Opposition Leader Dave Bar- rett said the disclosure by Pro- vincial Wesley Black ;nakes "a mockery, a farce" at lie government's announced in- lent to record debates. "You allowed the people to tliink they would have access to debates of this be said. "Xow we learn that the guts, the real meaning of the legisla- ture and its vital issues, will not be recorded." ART DIETRICH tML DENTURE CUNIC 5th St. S. Hi. Kt-40tS Above MWropolitan Stan swered to the name. STEAL LASERS Jacksonville, Fla. (AP) The state health department is- sued a warning Saturday in- tended for thieves who slob worth of laser equipment f r.o m a construction firm, "Laser beams can be very dan- gerous in untrained said Dr. C. L. Nayfidd, in charge of radiological health for the agency. "Most people don't I'll bet this" includes the serious eye damage can result even from the reflection of a laser beam." SURVIVED CASABLANCA (Reuters) The number of survivors from Wednesday's crash of a Moroc- can Caravelle jet on the out- skirts of Casablanca rose to 22. Official sources said Friday that a Moroccan woman was over- looked in the original list of 21 passi'jgers who survived the crash of the Paris-bound Royal Air Maroc airliner which5 split in two and exploded after nose- diving into a wheat field. Sixly- one people were killed. DRUGS PROFITABLE TACOMA, Wash. (AP) A teen-ager committed to the stale Department of Institutions for using and selling drugs and marijuana claims he grossed more than in illegal drug sates, police said. The youth, officers his prof- it over 2V4 years was about HURRICANE HERMAN? MIAMI (AP) --An official of ihe National Organization o( Women has met with the United States Hurricane Centre direc- tor, Dr. Robert Simpson, and demanded that hurricanes no longer be named after women. "It gives .women a derogatory Bolton of NOW sail Hog Men O To Meet The Southern Alberta Hog Producers Association will hold a meeting April 9 in the Letb- ce Exhibition Pavilion at 8 p.m. TV meeting is designed hi create more producer partki pation in improving hog pro- duction in southern Alberta. This will be the first in a s ries of 10 such meetings throughout the south, and all area hog producers are asked to attend. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COffEK MASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Truck Crone Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 32S-1721 "Strop Si Our Buiiness" Meet Mrs. Petra Topp Charles of the Ritz Beauty Consultant Earnings Rise MONTREAL Texaco Canada Ltd. reports net income in 1969 of or a common increase of 11.1 per cent from Ihe or a share in the previous year. The company's annual report said record levels were achieved in both net earnings and gross income. President Andrew G. Farquh- arson said production of crude 011 and natural gas liquids rose 12 per cent over 1968. AUCTIONEERS: D. K- McNAB Lie. No. 670 KENNETH F. HUftlftURT Lie. No. ALL SALES CONDUCTED BY 274 KAN TO ATTiND OUR SPRING BULL SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 17th- 1 p.m. MEAKfAST AT SHOW AT 10 A.M. 123 HEAD T23 Included art! HEREFORDS- 41 Horned 1 ye or I Tolled 2 year SHORTHOXNS- 10 Horned 2 year oldt 1 Homed yearlrnf 1 Polled 2 year Mrs. Petra Topp, Charles of the Rifz beauly consul- tant, will be in our cosmetic department, main floor, from Monday, April 6th, through llth, to assist you with your beauly preparations. She'll show you the newest to fefid to your skin, the most flattering ways to apply your Charles o! the Ritz make-up. And here's good newi with any purchase of 5.00 or more of Charles of the Ritz products you will receive without charge a twin set containing 1-oz. botlle of Rev enescence liquid and a 1-oz. bottle of velvet texture lotion. jure to Mrs. Topp. AIEKDEEN ANGUS- 1 Red 2 year 21 Block 2 year olds 2 llatk Special! Ritual Night Cream 1fiOQ 2-oz. jar. Regular Special..... tV 4-oi. jar. Regular 25.00. Special f LIQUID REVENESCENCE-X-oz., each 13.50 UQUID RtVCNESCENCE-2-or., each S.5O tlOUl-CREME FOUNDATION, each 11.00 FEATHER TOUCH each 6.00 FEATHER TOUCH POWDER-U-or., each.....4.00 SUN BJtONZf, 2.75 Cosmetic Counler, Main Floor Monday Store Hovrt-9 a.m. lo p.m. Ivy 327-1551 for ttore information EATON'S ;