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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL Ponder Sentence 11 Highlights In The News 11 Union Jacks of Raymond to Play Victoria Tonight in Hoop Playoff For Emma Woikin over the CasstUan OTTAWA. of the eves: Wi is-ho r- two charges under the Sec- i lets Act, ceneneis upon :he degree I to which she was implicated in the Russian espiosa: en occurred en San Francisco's i attespwd her las by commission which took stfi'esnents from defendant after they were! detained In cuswdy. PresusaaMy. the be fce-d judge will have read the statements; Vancouver Saiurdav for Captain by -arhen character witnesses; Wilso" 64 ciar- be called to testify for Mrs.: ec-inisrdsnt s: Woikin. s: Joseph Victor Credger. 47. o-f St- Simon de Bagot. Que.. was throws to the ground ami crushed to death when a train whistle startled his tears, cf horses and they bolted. Genera: salary Increases for Nova Scotia teachers and in- creases in their pensions will be j by the Nova Scotia f government. Reports filtering through to' Bsehdsd say there ivere seven, carthauake shocks in nonherr. Irsq last -areek. In the Karcisn province of Sulaimanleh !n north- esstem Iraq near the Iranian bor- i McDiarmici told the Manitoba 'Jx- latare yesterdav. Ke intended to a: weeks. Mrs. Welkin pleaded guilrr spe- cificsllv to charges of using infer- discuss the matter with Alberta and nation In her possession as a Ca- Saskatchewan government reure- nsdian government, cipher clerk for sentatives ai a conference in the the benefit cf a foieign power. near future and -he hoped it also namelv the and cent- '.vo snunicating to unaaihorized perrons of the prairie p a-2 Vatican support. rere vouid be discussed by the premiers militarist reaction V2. f the prairie provir.ces the Do- i "threatens a revival of radio asserted that] :erican groups. with fostering j Information from documents :o: which she had access as a govern- ment employee. Iran Conference May Be Prelude To National Unity inion-Provincia! conference. represents German j a rnen- A spokesman of the French for- _ aggression and ace to peace." Two pure bred Fercheron stal-f I lions, bred 5n Saskatchewan will leave Hegina Mcncay bound for eigs office announced that France England, the first time since 1320 will support Poland in bringing the that Csnsdan Percherons have been question of the Franco regime in {snipped ;o sn zT-eiish buyer. -One" Spain before the security council {of the stallions. Son Car Calypso of the United Nations Qrgaruza- 1S514. irss purchased from R. 1 iien. j Sharps of Moase Range, near Nip- j aTsin. and the other. Paramount i Democratic Representative Wil- iN, April ISOSO. xrss ijsrjj o. Burgis of North Carolina! opments In' Tehran indicated that j ed from George G. Fraser of Tats. died in Washington of a heart at- j representatives of Kurdistan. Azer-j I tack. baSSaa and the Iranian central sov- j. B. Swift. general cirec- confernns some- j tor 02 the Family Welfare Associa-! Clearing the tray for resumption Ksraj zion of America, died in New of normal trade -Kith Argentina, the United States removed that troop, ship Lady Rodney. w A cabinet menjcer told reporters I Canaoiaa service personnel that a self-pro- j aboard including 120 zneoicai walk- claimed autonomous government __ has been selected ]2 a delegation" at a session j of parliament which ended Weoaes- dead at Milwaukee. sailea.irosi Southampton or saluax. Anglo -American French -arhicn observea tne Maren to Ecuador, An. influential Kurdish lando-sTier fronTnear Ssujulagh capital of so-called "Indeptnd- j ens Kurdish he had acted as iatermediktarr fcetTreen 31 Greek elections said jn its special the central government sad Ghari! that tae poll TTES concucted Mohammed, head of the Iranian! under concibons -K-hich -israrraated Kurds and desutv chief of state fcr i selected; "Greater He said 5aD5a tnat tney ivere on the Kurds asked to send repre- j wao-e -rse Eentatives to s. meeting Tiear this Trees." Unparalleled Divorce Boom Across Canada TCSIONTO, April re- turned serviceman, is involved sis aggrieved husband or as co-respon- dent in "virtually every one" of 631 Toronto drrcrces in tae first three months of 1943. an Osgoode Hall spokesman said in. surveying an as- cending divorce rate across Cajjada. This lactor, conplsd irttii an tm- jisually high rate of "normal" -eras tquchiss off a divorce boom unparalleled in Canadian his- tory. Oiting ths o? "KBT mar- riages, George Ij. Sdmunds, secre- tary of the Trarinne legal service of the Canadian Bar Association. tola sarar he heard two young -vro- meii saying they married only for their soldier-husband's allotment. "Many of these marriages irere preposterous, contracted by young peonle because death ing fa. their said Mr. Ed- munds. SORE FEET THIS WAY MSnarc's Llanneai geaeroudy, and fed the relief steal over the aching muscles and joints. For all muscle and joia t pains, aches and stiBness, sprained ankles, twisted hsx been famous for over 60 veant Good for dandruff and skia disorders, too: Get bottle today; ieep it ARD'S (LINIMENT War veterans win be given first priority on the 400 dwelling units to be incorporated in the apartment project which Housing Enterprises "of Canada. nro- prses to construct on Halifax's North Common. Arson is susoected in the recent destruction of four slimmer houses at lake Morel, 40 miles sorth of Slontreal. Montreal police are Investl- gatiBir the tbefi of a. purse from Mrs. T. A. Windsor, a Montreal -widow, trhlle she teaelt in prayer at Church (An- glican) Cathedral. The commons has given first reading to a bill introduced by T. L. Church (P.C., Toronto Broadview} to amend the criminal code to pro- vide a sentence of six months' im- prisonment, without option of Sns for motorists who faii'to stop after an accident. A verdict of death from natural countrv from its restrictive export list. Poland's six political parties, five of -ffhich make up the gov- ernment coalition, have agreed to a national referendum prob- ably in June, on Poland's agrarian reform and national- ization of Industry laws. Mrs. H. E. Smith of Blackburn, Eng, had almost completed ar- rangements to sail for Canada to rejoin her husband when she re- ceived a cable saying her husband had died in s. Vancouver hospital. They were married last November and Smith, a member of the Cana- dian srmy_ was repatriated in F3b- ruary. Here a: Alberta senior tangle morrotr night at Raymond in the Canadian senior basketball playdowns. The tcinner will travel east to meet Saskatoon Toilers for the right to travel further in search of the Dominion championship. The picture above shoirs the Raymond team. Standing: B. Naider, guard; HJcfeln, utility, centre kennie Mitchell, forward; Golden Snow, president. Inset is T. Bcame. forsrard. This is the 26th year for the Union Jacks, and in ii-e past 25 years, the team won 18 Alberta championships, and one Dominion croivn in 1922-23. Engraving. Dave 74, who wrote tas lyrics for the song hit "Love Me and the "World is Mine." died at his New Tori; home. He had appeared in vaudeville as a. banjo player. Edgar :Lee Masters of New "Sor's has been awarded the first formal S5.000 fellowship of the Academy of American Poets. He is the author 01 "The Spoon Hiver Anthology." Rev. George Gilbert Hacker. 63, pastor at Windsor United Church here for the last IS years, died on Wednesday in Vancouver. He was born at EeechvOle. Ont.. and had been a resident of British Columbia for the last 30 years. Possibility of raising Bdmontoii's street railway, fares was discussed by members of the utilities commit- tee of city council at a special meet- inp-_ TTrmpr rrso nrpspnt citv causes returned at an inqtiest in Montreal into the death of Flacide Gagnon, 54. of Mont Car- mel. who collapsed at the of his car, which swerved onto the sidewalk and crashed into a. Montreal grocery store, slightly injuring Pauline Descanips, 12. Instead of ths traditional gold headed cane awarded masters of the first ocean vessel to open Que- bec port, a painting of Quebec har- bor VJas given to Capt. J. H. Cop- ping of the British freighter Danby. A grass fire swept into a j mill and a frame storage shed! caused an estimated damage j to buildings and equipment owned! by the w. Victor Peacock Lumber Mill at Oshawa, Oat. Buffalo Routs Cleveland 6-1 BUFFALO, April Bisons kept their American Hockey Leaifae chara- plonsfcip hopes alive Thursday pight by rontins Barons. 6-1, in the fifth game of their final play-off series. Cleveland, defending its cham- pionship. holds a 3-2 lead in the basi-of-seven series. Roger Leger emerged from the Buffalo doghouse to play an im- portant role. The league's most vaiuabls player dressed but did. not see action. Tuesday In Cleve- land because of play termed "un- satisfactorv" last Sunday by Coacii Frank Beisler. Leger asked for an- other chance and responded three assists and excellent defea- j sive ulav. Paul Mundrick brought 9.460 cus- j tomers to their feet tae first r goal at and Tom Cooper made it 2-0 at Cunningham in.- j terrupted for Clsreland -Eith. a 20- foot shot at j Fred Hunt registered Buffalo's fourth goal as of the second i a breakaway vrnile the Bisons" Mike McMahcn "vras ia tlie penalty j bos. Len Halcerson capitalized j Gordie Davidson's penalty at and Murdo McKav added the final j Conn's Thumb Cut, Off Until Sunday here Thursday after two years f overseas service trith. the Canadian Provost Corps. Portland jumped from intermediate to the National league in 1934 and has played with boxer suffered "a little nit> in the neshv Dan of the left thumb yes- terday "but trill be back is the ring faosins on Sunday." Ray said Conn, who meets Cham- Dion "Joe Louis in New York's Yan- kee Stadium June IS, suffered the injury when ths scissors slipped as the iatie was being cut from his hand after yesterday's workout. JACK POKTIASD BACK FROM OVEKSEAS COltlNaWOOD, Aprfl 12. Jacfe Portland, one of all-round athletes a years arrived at hi? home GISNWCXJD. (HN3) The Gieawood Scouts played a prelimin- ary game with the Cardston Scouts at the championship bail game in Cardston on Saturday night. Quite a number from Glenwood were in to see the Cardstoa-Medicine Hat game. TTTLSA tVEXS SEKIES TULSA April a sfiarp form-reversal. Tulsa. Oilers Thurs- dar night drubbed Kansas City Pla- Mors. 7-1. to even, their best-of- seTen United States Hockey League final play-off series at one game each. title fa 1938 and holds the 1945 British Columbia croin said North. Shore United has to fulfill its commitments in the coast thought in mind, OBited. Vfes- league and two cup competitions of Winnipeg has issued a chal- j and these must have first consid- WISNIPEG, April Canadian ioba sporting circles are aware that British Columbia is considered the soccer of Canada; and the ton o: lenge to North. Shore United, a i eration. squad of footballers recognized as' the pick of the coast province. The challenge comes from Jiaa- HJV Hodgert. manager and coach of finals the Westous, asking for a best-pf- five series in Winnipeg starting June 29. It offers transportation both u-ays for 15 players, meals en route and in Winnipeg, berths on the train, hotel exoenses and a j gate. enviable records He added he also understiOics the Dominion championship playdowns are beiag revived this year with the i finals in either Vancouver or To- ronto. Mr. Hunter said if the play- cowns were staged he doubted whether the D.F.A. would authorize a Winnipeg-Vancouver challenge series. There have been ships since 1939." Kodgert said, "but j ready to get things going ifj the boys on the coast are Doubts Series VANCOUVER, April 12 Manager Frank Hunter of the) North Shore United soccer team said today he has heard nothing official from Winnipeg about anyj challenge series with United Wes- i ton and added he doubted whether j the Dominion Football Association would allow any such games. Mr. Hunter was commenting on a Winnipeg report that United Wes- ton had issued a challenge to North Shore United for a best-of-five series in Winnipeg starting June 29. Sir. Hunter whose club won- the Assumption College of Windsor. i Ont_ defeated HJM.C.S. Siadacona f of Halifax 64-27 in the first game s of a best-of-three series for the j Canada senior basketball no champion- i When your BACK ACHES... often fcr luy InWf action. When ladders jet out and remain in the sjAam. btducbe, henhrhe, riwuuik pain, Ot- rest or that tired out' mar KWO follow, W? keep TWIT fcjbWjc mdting use Kidney Ms. TuK-tettcd, popular, inj. Denural Kkbiejr Klb, in the Wx mtfa the ted baixL Sold crcmrftcfc. 135 ing. Under the nresenc city char- j second-period EOS! at ter Ejnendments, council has the! Jack Adams counted ths sixtn po-s-er to raise street railway fares Buffalo goal at of the third. The -rivals resume Saturaav night in Cleveland: if the Bisons the deciding game -sriii be placed here Sunday. to cents. The United States government rigs relaxed its construction controls to permit priority c'aims on ma- terials for some non-veteran hous- ing. President Truman denounced what he termed lobbying fay navy and others against his pro- posal to unify the armed services of the United States. PRIVATE Health Minister Claxton has an- nounced the retirement after 43 April gov- ernment-appointed committee has recommended that there be no private otvnership of land in any of the "satellite" towns now being Cot! Panned to tafee the overflow of Sharman C-M.G C.3.HU maustry ana population from con- gested areas. The com- mittee, headed fay Lord Reith. de- cided after six; months' investiga- tion that the best way to handle establishment of new towns is to appoint government-sponsored pub- lic corporations, financed by the exchequer. C. H. Sharman. since 1927 chief of the department's narcotic division. K. C. Hossick. his assistant since 192S, had been nam- ed acting chief. Lt.-CoL Ronald Henry Franklin Back of London. Out, former of- ficer commanding the 6th Armored Asks Commission To Study Treatment Of Indians In Canada OTTAWA, April 12. G. H. Castleman {C.C.F., Torkton) Thursdav placed on the commons OWNERSHIP OF i ortier paper a resolution calling j upon the government; to consider establishment; of a royal commis- sion to study the treatment, of In- dians in Canada. The commission, -which -would have Indian representation, would consider the relation of tae present Indian act to its ability to fulfill treaties signed by the Indians and recommend to parliamens changes necessary in the administration of Indian affairs and the Indian act to make it. uossible to fulfil! properly treatv obligations and "properly provide for the future wen-being of the Indians of Canada." For Good Taste at Brent fast other food benefits, too you've tried Post's Bran Flakes youH ap. predate the difference from other bran cereals. The first tasty spoonfn] proves there's a -world of dif- ference in flavor. These nut-sweet, malty-rich, golden- Brotm flakes are so thoroughly enjoyable. There's a difference in food Talne, too. Besides con- taining enough bran to supply the bulk you need to keep food -wastes moying promptly, Post's Bran Flakes provide added wheat nourishment, cause they're made ttitb. other parts of tcheat, Equally delicious and effective in light, tender bran muffins. Recipe on both Regular and Giant Economy packages. Raps Air Priority Of Panda For Zoo LONDON, April The Earl of Munster charged, that Lord Winster, minister of civil aviation was giving "priority to Pandas" when "tens of of Britons were seeking air passage to return home. He asked in the "House of Lords about, prospects of increasing the number of aircraft available for such people and added he under- stood that British Overseas Air- j ways had agreed to transport a panda for the London 200 frosa China. Lord Winster. in reply, made DO mention of the paiica but expressed regret that prospects of increasing the number of passenger aircraft were not bright. SPANISH PAPERS TELL PEOPLE OF ALLIED DEMANDS MADRID, April the first time, twa of Madrid's three morning newspapers informed their Spanish readers Thursday that Britain. France and the United States hsd advised Spaniards to get rid of Generalissimo Franco. The monarchist paper A.B.C. and the paper YA printed the news in a dispatch from New York. The Falasige newspaper Arriba did not carry the story. BURTON LEADS BRITISH GOLF EVENT LONDON, April Burton, British open golf champion, j fired a 69 Thursday for a two-stroke i lead over George Johnson, wartime fireman and Bullwell Forest club pro. in the first round of the 72- hole Silver tournament. Henry Cotton, one of Britain's golfing greats and former open tilleholder, collected a 72. Spring Suits This spring-, as in years past, you'll find the finest suits available, here. Unexcelled in quality, in style and workmanship. Choose from tweeds, worsteds or serges and wear them with confidence all through spring. to Spring Top Coats Topcoats like these guarantee you a high place on the spring hit parade this year. They have that custom tailored look which men everywhere recog- nize as the mark of fine clothing. All sizes, colors and patterns are here for your selection. to Sport Coats Yfhether you're enjoying spring in your garden or j- on the golf course we have the sport coat to fit your jj needs and your purse. Choose your favorite style and color here now. up We also have a nice selection of work cloth- mg and footwear, priced to save you money. Sport Shirts Easy fitting, long wearing sWrU for free and easy spring wear. Good choice of colors. Ail sizes. Up Adam Hats If you appreciate the distinguish- ed appearance the feel of a good hat on your head you need an Adam hat. Light ss a spring zephyr, tuned to spring coioxs and styled, for steady wear. to CHRISTIE GRANT CO. Fifth Street South Look for the Christie Grant sign iNEW'SFAFERi NEWSPAPER! ;