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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April 15, 1970 r THE UTHIKIDCE HtUlD 31 Finns Reject Offer By ROLAND HUNTFOKU Observer Service HELSINKI The Finnish Government, under pressure from the neighbouring Soviet Union, has decided Dot to sign the treaty establishing a Nordic Common Market, the so-called NORDEK, and. the project is therefore, stillborn. The' Finns had fully partici- pated 'in the tortuous negotia lions-leading to the treaty, but in Uie end Soviet opposition compelled them 'o withdraw. If the Fines went as tar as they did .it was because the Rus- sians were for a long, time in two minis over NORDEK. er it .was an'inslnuneat lo ease Denmark and Norway out o NATO and their Western com merciil'ties into a noo -.aligned bloc based on the two neutrals Sweden or Finland; or it couk be device to. ajiach Finlanc to: the-European Economic Community, using the "other Nordic-1 countries as a bridge From fre'Russian point of view the one was desirable, Ihe othe not, and (he second alte native seemed more likely, th Kremlin was bound to disaf prove. Doubtless, Moscow's fear were raised by the recent Fin nish general election, in whic the Communists, and ihe Popu lar Front Government lo whic they belong, lost heavily lo the Conservative opposition. A ti c Finland, which simply' cannc afford to antagonize Moscov repudiated Nordek a'.few dai after the p'i'esumab to prove .that it was not lean ing too far westwards. Ford In Russia MOSCOW (AP) Henrj Ford'-II, chairman of Fo arrived here f talks with the state committee for science, and technologj Ford.sources'say the compai is interested in selling produc to the.Soviet which ha., never done .any business wi the American firm. TORONTO (CP) Gillis urcell, retired general rnana- o( The Canadian Press, was (restated with a scroll here in vcognition of his selection to Canadian News Hall of ame. Health Minister Thomas Wells Ontario nude the presenta- oo on behalf of the Toronto en's Press Club at a luncheon ven by the provincial govern- lent for those attending the y-Line Ball and the National Aw-.nnls Dinner. The scroll was accepted by Ir. Purwll's son Bob, i reporl- with the Toronto Star, who represented his father at the uncheon. Mr. Purcell, retired from CP last November, was in Vio- SHOOTMG CASUALTY Wouhded Vietnamese boy; Is Tended within barbed detention camp at Prasaur, Cambodia, where at least 73 Vietnamese were killed and many wounded by automatic weaponi fire. Home Advocates Mideast Meeting LONDON Mid- dle East cohCerence embracing Israel, the'Arab states the Big Four powers, was advocated [oday by Sir 'Alec DoufflaS- Homc, spokesman .for. Britain's opposition Conservatives. Speaking a House of Com- mons debate on theMiddle East, Sir "Alec suggested the 'talks should he United Nations Mi- chael Stewart called on Arab states to accept the right of Is- rael to exist. .is. that Israel would 'go a long way if she could feel absolutely certain that at the end of it she was secure and at IK said. " now essential for Ara countries, whatever' may hav been said in the pasl, to rhal clear beyond a ihadow of doul [hat accept the right Israel-to exist as the kind state she wants to be." FIND WABTEWE BOMB OGERHAUSEN (AP) Con slruction workers found Tues- day an unexptoded British bonv that apparently had lain und an autobahn since the Secon World War. Police blocked. 1 autobahn near this-West Ger man city until Mhe btrmb coii be defused and removed. E perls said it was a 550-pounc and the fuse apparently was damaged. icceives Scroll At Press Affair Former News Service Head Wins Recognition couver where he atteuded a inonial dinner Friday night for Bruce author and editorial director ol the Van- couver Sun. Mr. Pureell was officially named to Ihe hall of fame last fonday by the Toronto Men's "'ress Club. "No Can a d i a n newspaper man has done mere to elevate TIPO Glimpses Into Radio Future OTTAWA (CP) Twi glimpses into the future of private broad casters sees offera here by two Canadian radio er ecutives. The predictions were made a the annual meeting of tiie Cana- tan Association of Broadcast- by Donald H. Hartford, president of Toronto radio sta- ion CFRB, and Stuart MacKay, president of All-Canada Radio and. Television Ltd. Mr. Hartford said within 10 years Ait radio will specialise 11 news, and taformatkn and talk shows, leaving the music lo FM .v "tfae key will be audience in- volvement a proliferation of panel shows, including phone-ins to. discuss the issues of the day. This could trigger yen' dramatic changes in the make-up of UK radio industry." .New techniques and instant "bounce-back" sig- nals from receivers would give stations and advertisers.imme m'ate audience ratings. Satellites and computers would identify world-wide mar- kets and program needs, and permit stations .to react imme- diately. tnc standards of iresident Webster Anderson of he prats dub said at that time. Selection of hall of fame members is a feature of Na- tional Press W e e k, held this ,pear April 6-12. Twelve other journaHiis havt been honored since the hall opened in 1965. The are: Greg Clark, Toronto Star and Weekend; John W. Dafoe, Win- nipeg Free Press; Arthur R. Ford, London Free Press; Ger- ard Filion, formerly of Le De- voir; Joseph Howe, The Nova Scotian; Ralph Allen, Toronto Star; Senator Grattan O'Leary, Ottawa Journal; Claude Ryan, Le Devoir; George Brwn, foun- der of the Toronto Globe; Rob- ert A. Farquharson, formerly of The Globe aod Mail, Hugh Gra- ham, liter Lord Atholstan, founder of the Montreal Star, and Mr. Hulchinson. Bob Purcell said his father was "deeply moved'1 by the aominalion lo the hall of fame, but fell the hooor should be shared by Ihe hundreds of re- porters and editors who have worked with CP since its begin- ning. Born in Brandon, Man., In 19M, Mr. Purcell joined The Ca- nadian'Press, the co-operative news-gathering and news-du- tributing association of Cana- dian daily newspapers, in IKS. He served as general manger until his retirement last fall- GH.LIS PURCELL News Hill of Fine Soviet Tanker Captain Held On Charges KODfAK, Alaska (AP) -.An unidentified Sonet oil tanker captain was arrested Monday on charges of spilling oil in the Gulf of Alaska less than a mile north of Marirot Island near here, the coast guard said. The coast guard said the tanker had been under surveil lance as it refueled nine vessel: of a Soviet shrimp fishing fleet The arrest apparently oc curred within, the territoria three-mile limit, although the coast guard refused lo comment on it. A coast guard spokesman sail he did ml know how much oi had been released inlo the gull The tanker master was charged under an IBM Oil Pollu tion Acl. Maximum penalty under the act is a fine and or one year in prison. SPECIAL BONUS BUY! 3 DAYS ONLY HOOVER CARPET SWEEPER MOOa 1302 All metal construction [i built to "take it" for yeire. 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Sift-together dry ingredients. Combine Alpha, egg and butter; add dry ingredients, all at once; and mix till smooth. Pour over apples; sprinkle with remaining walnuts. Bake in slow oven (325') about 50 minutes or till done, Cut in wedges. Serve with cinnamon topped whipped Alpha Evaporated Milk. RASPBERRY BAVARIAN 3 caps ALfHA WHIffCD MftK POWDM TOPPING Mow) 'A cup titgfr 1 pfcf. frann thtwfj y, cup nler Prepare Alpha Whipped Topping; chill. Drain raspberries, reserv- ing syrup. Combine jelly powder and sugar. Add boiling water; stir until dissolved. Add 3A cup berry syrup. Cool. Add berries; chill until softly set. Fold in Alpha Whipped Topping. Pour inlo mold or sherbet unlil set, ALPHA WHIPPED TOPPING (M.te cup ice witm I tbsp, hmwi 'A cup ALPHA INSTANT SKIM MltK POWDER Measure ice waler into a bowl. Stir in lemon juice. Sprinkle wtfi Alpha Skim Milk Powder; beat wilh rolary or electric beater, al high speed, unlil soft peaks form, Beat in sugar and vanilla. 3 ttnf. tugu Vi (if. iimHf APPLESAUCE NUT BREAD cupi pnftrti biscuit 1 cap LMCMfttrf rrtM wtl M lit. "I 2 tif. J 'U cup AifHfi HOWl cap ippiniuct cup cbtfpei infa nil Measure biscuit mix; combine with oals, salt and baking powder. Beat egg slightly; add Alpha Honey and applesauce. Beat quickly inlo biscuit mix. Stir in raisins and walnuts. Pour batter inlo 9 x 5 x3-inch lined, greased loaf pan. Let stand ten minutes be- fore baking lo keep fruit and nuts from sinking lo bollom. Bake al 350' 60 to 70 minules or until done in centre when tested. Cool in pan 10 minutes before removing to rack. Bread slices belter on second day, (Freezes Money-Savers with mote f tavorl ;