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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDCE HCKALD Three provinces have censor hoards rta maintains Elderly woman ineligible A LOOK AT THE PAST A visitor gazes ai ihe rr, fynerory mask' of the Pharonh i-i toncicil exhibit set up in liiu BrMibb Museum. Mask is one of 50 pricclsss Ircosurcs front (he bay king's loaib on loan from ihc Egyptian govcrmnenl. Exhibit was opened by Queen Elliubelli and Gr nfeed up fo 526 i govcnmienl report i ogoinst ihcft or lass. idly Exiled is By mi 1'1-VVr.RS SAfF'AN. Mariana Hjr.dx Kcuicr.o peopu: 'if Bi- kini and iJiiuctnA, for more lhan ve.'irs, vanl In return to Uicir is- lands. Mnre Ihiin quarlcr cen- lury ajrn. HIP people uf I he t'.vo U.S.-adnn'nislercd atolls iiprt'ulpd from I heir hornet. Since then, their atolls have been drastically by a series of unclear test im- plosions. KniwctoV: is located in the norllivcstern Marshall Islands rbout milos southeast of Guam. More recently, the coral ntoll has been used as an "impact for le.it missiles launched from Cali- fornia About 1JO persons originally Ictt the islands and. with their families, they now number about They bcgnn de- manding to return liornc after hearing unofficially Hi at Ihc island was no longer being used by tho military, hut the U.S. Air I-'nrcc claims il still needs il. DKTERMINKI) TO BETUHN Despite (lie ail1 force atti- tude, the people of who now live en tlio island of Ujelang, arc determined lo RO bnck. They have asked lo do so before. In October, UW3, '200 of (hem massed together on a government ship tn protect a food on and demonstrate their desira to return. Tliis time, ihcy hiivo liifcxl a TJennis Olsen. who says they "arc rlendly serious In what Ihcy say about rciurn- and nothing short of direct mililary intervention will slop On Bikini, 190 miles cast of Enhiclok, the situation is The former residents nf Bi- Vini have been away from their island for a quarter ecu- Uiry. However, vhcn they are to roliirn Ihc-y will he Hi? In of exten- sive [Tii.ihilifji'idi! say vill yu'1'1 ;i "nioclcl is- land." UVIVC (IN KII.T Since U' tho isliuidiTS. nn-.v number about -IM. Imve liecn living nn Kili. a small island Hint uninha- bited because it rmild not sub- tiliri lift'. One problem Kili is that it lacks n safe hieoon fur L i s h i n p ma.ior form of sustenance for the people. Also, d u r i n p Ihe winter months, the island is inacces- sible to supply ships and therefore isolated (nun the outside world. In 1063. tho 'Bikiiiians de- manded S10Q million from the U.S. in return for in- fliclcd on their atoll. Ni; reply received. in Ihc U.S. cm-euinu'iil officially made fiikini trust tcrriLory. This came in the midst nf a .S3 million resettlement program designed tn clean up Ihc atoll. Much of Ihc work now 1ms been completed but nci word has been Riven about when Ihe people can return Ne s n brief TRY TO SAM-; KKAH.S 'niKN'S (Router) The j Greek ministry of agriculture j has instructed police in Fiorina and Konilsa, northern Greece, to protect from extinction the few hccir.s still in thn forests thorn on Ihft basis that they en- Iwnce the scenerv. ntnir. UATK UP (Keutei-i Po- lice be put back on foot lo pound n heal in a bid lo cut this Auslmli.in city's rising crime rale. Ihc Queensland police dc- JIHS nnnottiicccj. liv VKTOIl STANTOX Press SUff Writer Censorship is mil; el.issifi- cfilicii is in, That, essentially, is (he new outlook of groups extended inirs-inR home care plan. Mary Hclden got a letter last week signed by G. J. ChalfieUl, co-oi'dinator of Iho government program, which lold her she was ineligible "on (tie basis of medical need." Under legislation which ec me into plan, a patient must have a doctor certify that ot Pa hours of tmrsing care o day are needed. The goveni-mLjnt then pays a day and Hie JJ.50 for nnrsijig care, Air. Clark said Mrs. Ilel-den's didn't givo "1 don't feel by hnmriiiK old. 1 1 Li salary of ;i films ue're to sol-.o year is probably die highest am thing. People will in his field in Canada, Mrs. IMclen, and every other resident of an Ontario nursing home, had to apply elaborate .aasons why slm de.scrves extended care, lie simply mentioned that she of filius. no salary is government for JOJ, net accept censorship any 0- J, Silverlliorno, ftt-yeiir-: old head nf Hie Ontario thea-- Ires brnnch and a veteran in the job, doesn't (here can be such the head of the suven-mcmbcr Quebec Manilobii's i n I c r i m body has nine members. 1ml proposals before the govcrmnenl cull for a permanent board of Ci.irk, owner of the Clarli-wooil Estates Nursing Home, where Mrs. UekJen lins ivcil for the bsl five years, he was surprised she was ruled SKU, JIKMCS SEOUL (IlcuLcr) Sellers o( rtj? is tercd cultural relics to foreigners possible Iwo-ycar prison lerms a South Ko- thing n5 a "free Brunswick lias a at Queen's cultural properties protec- without censorship, board, and Mr. have marie a law is rcvisetl here. Smutf- it ojmes to names head, is puid 400 We're going to o[ such relics will Ijc sub- lias otten been quoted TO including lo a maximum tliree-year i ing he prefers the lillc classi-ficrUion officer lo for his duties ;ss amuse-mcnt lax probably one of To the question of why in Nova Scotia, sliould be censored at all, and Alberta f f 1 three members, as J n n m n i f n I j ''Would you like us to appeal board iti 13. every t hing a IK! jiisl put McDonald cams label on il? It's B.C. while the head of AMAZING BARBER-PAIN1ER Fihcen years ogo, dees he think (lie board lias a quif Larboring because be was conv'nccd he fect, of a "free cinema" of Lo mission lo accomplish. Now lie's Vicing ha Hue! as a Scotia salaries for Canadian pritnilivc an 1st, Don Bell Iclls you Ihii think Ih ere would be mcmlwrs total YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND loi more1 raping, SAVE 30% Good value is just fine, but good value plus top styling is even better Right? Weil thats exactly what you get in our jacket and jeans. THE KINSMEN CLOB of LETHBRiDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LETHGRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION proudly presents SKATE-A-THON 1972 ADAMS ICE CENTRE April 8 a.m. to p.m. RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS PRIZES----------------- Categories In Alberla In- clude: Family; adult not suit- able for children (used lo warn parents about Ihe movie and let them use adult one under JG permitted unless ac- ci be awarded to ihe tea mi ond individuad ing llie lopi nnd railing moil money 4-10 SPEED BIKES HOCKEY JACKETS FOR TEAMS HOCKEY STICK FOR EVERY SKATER 4 lapi equnli one unil. Eath itnler will nvcrnge 75 unili. Proceeds lo assist Minor Hockey in Let h and for I he furthcrnnce of now ice fa til) lies KINSMEN CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE School plan gels okay from board I'ORKMOST (Spwriall The Sc'liool Committee nf the County of Forty Mile No, 3 gave gen- era] approval reccnUy lo any Hclioo) wi.shing lo otter courses next Tall under Ihe Work Kxpcncncc Stipcrinlonrtcnf. of S r fi o o 1 s. Cliff Kilt1, spoke to Hie com- millcc on the program. Work experience 15 anrt 25 liave [available and used by many throughout tbc province durinR tlic past year, and have i proven very successful from bolb sHidenLs and aclrninislra- tors poinls of view. Students wishing to take these courses arc to meet [our basic cxpeclalions for the program. First, Ihcy fuivc nn opportunity to in rneaninfjlul Mork. Kcccmcl, ihc-y [I-'iin fin nntlLTstandinn o( Ihc imporlanc.e of developing ac- copUihlc b a 1) i 1 s, and need for s e f- (li.scipline- Thirdly, Ihcy de- vofop ;.n undnrslandinR of posi- 1 live attilnrlo.s for gel I ing along v.ith people, and finally, 'cam altout the ol hiisi- ncss and the rclalionship.s employee to employer, unirc.s I antl poverniTienl Lhrovigli rlirect j contact I lies e agencies. J Jeans Reg. 6." Save 52.11 On Denim Flares The best style and price combination we know of? Rough and ready 11 Vt oz. denim in today's lalesl look lor jeans. Big 24" Hares. Button through fly. Low rise waist. 4 patch pockets. Sanforized cotton denim In Navy only. Jean Belt.Vinyl coated leather. AH around perforations. Contrast stitching. BtacK, White. 22-34.53. S4.01 Oil Brushed Cotton Jacket It's the style and labric that every boy wants. The new shirt-look in soft touch sueded cotton wild contrasting top stitching. Button front, button cuffs, two patch pockets. In Grey, Wine. Bronze, Purple. Blue, Orange, Jacket Reg.11.98 AvaHable from was, to ccaM in Canada through all Simpsons- Senrs stores, Ws very special oiler Is thB sincercsl effort Simpsons-Sear a can make to bring you merchandise thai combines line quality with lowest possibla pitca. 3 days only COSTS NO c AT SI STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Fridny 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Village. Tclepnono 328-9231 ;