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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHBKIDGE HERALD Sniurtlny, April 15, 1971 CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM WL' wi.-li iiKink must MT.coLrly imr friends ami ivlalivo.s called lo conp-aluhU- us jjim- nufii rulihwl ;i Londonderry shirt fiiclury of 'tis payroll J'vi- tlay the 100 women employees, assuming it was tlic work of tlic Irish llqniblican Army, marched Lo an IHA en- clave and demanded llic money back. IRA leaders llic women cnlcr through concrete; emplace- ments, biinietl-out vehicles and ?lit trenches surrounding the Cretan district, (luerrillas a.s- s ured them Uie IRA had nothing lo do with tlic robbery and promised lo investigate the inci- dent "in accordance with JHA policy." In Dublin, the IRA's Provi- sional claimed resnonsibil- ily for more Ihau :10 humbings in Northern Ireland in tlie last bums. Police put the number of blasts at 33 and said it was the must, for any such period in months of violence. Authori- ties estimated the explosions caused S2.G million in property dncnagc. Tlic iafesl explosions have pushed the Ulster death (oil to 301. Policu said snarling Monday ars will be banned from cen- tral Belfast from II a.m. to fi p.m. in an attempt lo [oil the HIA practice of leaving bombs in parked cnrs. tough job not so tough To honor judge EDMONTON fCP) Mr. Justice Horn La skin of Ihe Su- preme Court of Canada will be one ot three men receiving hon- orary doclor of laws degrees from the University of Alberta- Lord Diplook of England, and Wilber Lee Boo- ker of the university also will pet honorary degrees at a spe- cial law convocation May -1 lo ho held in conjunction with the official opening of the univer- sity's law centre and the con- ference "law in the age of pro- test." NOVEL PENALTY ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) A teen-agcd motorist, convict- ed of speeding, has been sen- tenced to 48 hours of work in a hospital emergency ward. Jus- tice C. Denn Forsyth ordered Thomas C. Wright, IS, to work at Highland Hospital 12 hours a TV c e k for four weeks, wheel- ing pntienls and doing errands for nurses. KURT WALDllHIM Personal Diplomacy By MrCHAKI, MTTLEJOI1NS UNITED NATIONS (neuter) Secretary-General Kurt Wai tlheim, just three months in has iycQii called the world's most impossible job, al ready lias proved it is noL so impossible. Since he took over from tlic ailing U Than! on Jan. 1, rtheim has moved the fonncrh intractable problem of Soul) West Africa off dead centre Lo- possible solution, re versed a dangerous Irene! to- ward new conflict, in Cyprus aplicd the brakes lo runnwa; inflation in the swollen UN ad ministration, and greatly easec short-term financial problems. Now he is c o n s i d e r i n i whether lo take his brand personal diplomacy to the Mid die East. When his special representa live, Gunnar Jarring, returns ti Ncv: York nbout April 15 lo re- view the possibilities for ing Arab-Israeli peacemakin; efforts, the secretary genera decide whether to visit Mid die East capitals himself. W a 1 d h e i m, a 53-year-oli Austrian got (lie UTS job because the much-favorci Max Jakobson, Finland's chic delegate, could not overcom Soviet opposilion. The secre MOE BROS. "MIKE ANDY" FARM AUCTION SALE miles east of GRANUM or miles west of NOBLEFORD This Sale orglnolly scheduled for Thursday, April 6lh now be held an Monday, April 17th 11 a.m. LUNCH WILL DE SERVED BY PRESBYTERIAN LADIES Having been favoured wilh instructions from MiVe ond Andy Mae, We will offer for public auclion lha following ifemi. given are descriplive only and In no way ex- press warranties, actual or Implied. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The irerni offered below are above overage in qualify and condition We hrghly recommend you attend Jhis sale you are iniercsicri In good used equipment. TRACTORS Case 830 tomforl king Ho. 826188.1, 2550 hauri, dual nyo., Femco cob, qood condition 1-1949 IA Case, No. 5320060, hyd., wheel brokci. COMBINES and SWATHERS 1-Coclohull 430 SP will cob, Melroe pickup, slrow -uHcr roal nice! No. 7 wilh molor, pull type. Cockshull 15' iwnlher, good canvos. 1-Cockshull 15' ivralhcr, good canvos. canvas 15' TRUCK 1-1965 Chcv. 2-1on, 6 cyl., Edbro noi-J, Niven box only 11.000 a premium unill MACHINERY ond MISCELLANEOUS PCL'ro ic-ri" i-H' Noble boo drill; I -Moms rod weudor Bl-74- 1-12' Grahorn l_Noblc K2 blcdo 12 U': 1-Viclory blade lT rod like new, 1-12' 12' 1 IHC 10 oneway; 1-33' inland sprayer; I pack- ers one 4' and one 5', l-rod duller; bollom plow; ,-Allieci 35' grain ouger 9 hp B 7. S mo.or 1--9 d og auger; 1-27' grain aug.r; 1- SmillvRolli 12 voll C -M "arrow; 1 foci'; 1-olrJ riommer m.ll; old vjagonj nnd wagon wheels, eld Buick chcssis 1925 wJ n "rap iron, largo barbed quantity old fcnco poslij walcr barrel; old liccnia wrorch; v wood burnor lorch; 6 voll" b'allory c'harg'e'r! Boavor E hcnch 5aw; hp olec. ir.olor anj s.and, ,ho1 qun 12 gunac double barrel; grease guns; qvianlily moplc hard- wood; iraclor 14x30 Iratlor lire, load binder, posf drill; vise; hammers (hiscla FUEL TANKS 1-500 gallon fuol lonk with hoses; 1-300 gallon fuel lonV wilh hoses, 1-slip on lank wilh pump, 1-500 gallon wolcr lank. HOUSEHOLD McClary "Royal Astol" coal stove; 2 coal hcolors, complete, r'CC condition, real kitchen cabinet- 4- windov. s 1ESMS CASH the dny ol Iho ,ale, iclllemcnl in f'jll before removal from Ihe SALE CONDUCTED nr ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM-PH. 235-2370 BOY FJORDBOTTEN DON WAIPER lie. 010237 lit. 010559 tnry-EPncrnl Is appainlcd Ilio General Assetnlily on tlio rcc- ineiKlnlioii of Itic Si'Ciu'ity Council, and (lie fircat powers lave Hie right to vclo. INVOKED VHTO Russia Invoked Its vclo nisainst Jakobson, a who liacl written crilically of Soviet :liplomacy, but wlm was (bit cm- plinlic first rlioicc of the U.S., Britain and China. Jakobson, .soon to become Finland's ambassador lo Swe- cn, tbc key posl in Itic Finnisli service, liuilt up an en- viable reputation here ns an ac- .ivist, a clever negotiator, and skilled administrator. Waldbcim, on Hie other band, was Ilioiifibl by some to be loo cautious, overly conservative, a pood onoiigb diplomat, but not Lhe miracle worker Ihc UN needed to restore world confi- dence in the A sensitive man. Waldbcim was determined to prove his de- tractors r o n p, particularly tbeir belief that he would be a do-nothing UN chief. He anounced be would to trouble spots himself, lalk to principals face to ess- ence, pursue the vigorous per- sonal diplomacy (hat was the hallmark of the late Dag Ham- marskjold, but which, to some extent, lapsed wilh U Tbant's more contemplative aproach lo the job. Standards men to lest houses KITCHENER, OnL. (CP) The Canadian Standards Asso- ciation, long known for Us electrical appliances testing, has moved into the area of mo- bile and factory-built homes. Constance Mungall of To- ronto, an editor of the associa- tion's publication, made the an- nouncement Wednesday night at Ihe annual meeting of (he dis- trict branch of the Canadian Consumers. "Factory-built homes will hp better constructed than those in- dividually-built because of the CSA inspection right in [he fac- she said later in an inter- vcw. CSA standards Largely nn unknown quantity lo the Tliird World members ivlio form Ihe UN's vnsl major- ity, Waldhcini quickly won tncir favor, especially of the Afri- cans, who greatly approved his .style during Hie Security Coun- cil meetings in Addis Ababa in January and February. The meetings culminated in instructions to make contact with South Africa on ways of obtaining self-determination and independence for mineral-rich Soulli-West Africa, or Namibia as it is called in the UN. Waldheim has not solved the UN financial crisis, heritage Of controversial a n d expensive peacekeeping operations f o r which a mimbcr of member states, including Russia and France, declined to pny. Bnt lie has persuaded a num- ber of slates Lo advance their assessment payments, relieving the UN of the need to borrow for such regular obligations as the Luicc-monthly staff payroll. I Dr. Bclhuuc memorials are planned nnd Lestng procedures were developed hy the association in conjunction with the Canadian Elome Manu- facturers Association and the Canadian Building Officials As- sociation. Mrs. Mungall estimated lhal 26 per cent of home building In Canada now is done in factories and this will increase to 40 pur cent hy logo, Ninety per cent of mobile homes bought in Canada will he CSA-cerlificd, she said. The 10 per cent Lhat aren't will be United Stales imports or those (hal people have built them- selves. British peer dies at 73 MONTllBAL (CF) A na tional campaign has been launched to establish two mem- orials to the late Dr. Norman Betnune, a chest surgeon who won world-wide fame for his work in Spnin and China in Ihe 1930s. Hazen Sise, campaign chair- man, told a news conference recently contributions will fio toward building a shrine in Gravenhurst, Ont., whore Dr. Bcthmic was horn, and a mu. scum in Montreal where he worked for 11 years. Besides private donalions and a hoped-for contribution from the federal government, the group plans to discuss the possi- bility o[ a mutual project the Chinese who remember Dr. Bellmne for his help during IhB Japanese invasion in 1933. Dr. Bcthune died in China In 1939 after contractng blood poi- soning at a front-line operating lable. 'It Is embarassing to sec that visitors from China, such as Ihe table Icnnis team, should find nothing but a small plaque on Ihc house whi're Hclhune was Mr. Sisc said. UVKRl'OOL. ICiif-hiul (lieu- Ic-r) The Karl of ScKon, land- owner, .sporting peer iind for- mer lord mayor of Liverpool, died at his home here nflcr an illness. He was 73. He was lord-in-waiting to King Kdward VIII, now (bo Duke of Windsor, in lie also served as aide (o the Gov- ernor-General of Canada in 1919, the Duke of Devonshire. His extensive eslates in e a s h i r c, northwest England, once included the Ainlrcc nice- course, w here the Grand N.i- lional steeplechase is run. Ho was an avid supporter of horse- racing, serving a record three successive terms as steward of the Jwkey Club from 10-11. Office lower lo he Jjnik by ihealre firm EDMONTON (CIJ) A 22- storey office tower containing twin thealrcs will lie buiK by Famous Mayers l.ld. on the Capitol Theatre site in down- town Edmonton, Ihe company announced here. Construction oil the mil- lion building will start in Sep- tember on the tower on south side of Jasper Avenue east ol 101 St. The tower on the sites of the Agency Building, the Capitol Theatre and (he Monarch Building will contain four floors of underground parking and one above ground, twin (licalrcs and 1U floors of mod- erir office space and n me- chanical floor. Completion is scheduled for late 1973. He was married In 19-11 lo at American, the former Jo sephine Armstrong of Virginia. They had no children. Drug smuggler given 7-year jail sentence EDMONTON Prcm Narian Sharma, 3i, of Nepal, India, was sentenced here lo seven years lor importing 3D pounds of hashish, worlh about into Canda. Sharma pleaded Rnilly bcforo Mr. Justice Michael O'Bryne in Alberta supreme court. Defence counsel Ian Baker said thai in India Sharma was in charge of an orphanage and supported -15 children "entirely by himself." Prosecutor Pierre Mousseall aid liCMI" loiind Ihe drug un- der false holloms in two trunks at Kdmonlon Inlernatinal Air- porl Sept. 11, YOU DIG CALL AGT'S CABLE LOCATION SERVICE IN ADVANCt DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS 0 AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th AVI. 327-1541 Cancer CAN Be Beaten TOMORROW'S THE DAY! APRIL 16th Volunteers will be calling al homes in Lethbridge, Fort Macleod ond Milk River between the hours of and p.m. If not called upon by p.m. 1 Phone 327-5452 and a stand-by 'volunteer will call and pick up your donation. SPRING SPECIAL YARDAGE Beautiful Colors! Several Patterns ON SALE WON. TO SAT. WHILE STOCKS LAST! Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;