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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta it THf IETHSUDGE HEIAIB TlMxJoy, Afrit II, CLOSE CAll Raymond Mohan, a sky diver, became entangled in a vclt power line in suburban Manemonee Fails. Mahon, 58, dangled 100 feet obove the ground for almost two hours before being rescued by workmen who first had to shul ofi Ihe power. Mahon suffered minor burns which Wisconsin Electric Power Co. crewmen said were caused by a magnetic field of electricity that wrroundi high power lines. City Prices Up, Down Government Realizes 157 Million EDMOOTON (CP) The Alberta government realized bom the safe led rental of and royalties from petroleum and natural gas rights in the first three months of 1970. Tfas Tniitf-g god minerals department said today UK sale of crtiwn reserves totalling acres brought in Revenue from rentals was and from royalties There were acres held under crown leases, reservations of petroleum and natural gas licences to March By DAVE MrlNTOGH OTTAWA (CP) For the last wo decades or more, have freojunth; sought to Mrtray the Liberals as thinking bey rule by divine right or royal prerogative la that Conservative lexicon, Liberal and arrogance are made synonyms. Conservative jaAtr Robert SLanfield gave them another airing io the Commons the other day. Jean Marchand, minister of regional economic expansion, was asked what be .was doing about high unemployment in Cornwall. He had sent his deputy minister, Tom Kent, to Cornwall, Mr. Marchand replied. Mr. Kent was ooce a political adviser to Lester Pearson when the latter was prime minister. He also tried to get elected to the Commons as a liberal "A sort of vice-regal Mr. StanfieJd commented Snipf iat last year 29 persons joined he staff of the Company of Young Canadians and 86 quit; 53 volunteers joined the CYC and left; one consultant dined the organization, and 24 tsigned; 15 council members joined, 24 left. The CYC bad 333 volunteers working for it last year compared with the original 19M objective of somer at home and abroad. In another field, Mr. Pelletier says the English At Gavei sion network had two hours and IS minutes lets Canadian-produced procramminf weekly last year than k UM the 7-to-11 p.m. period. The French TV artwork had one hour and It minutes test. Sociologist Morrison of the University of Manitoba received a Cauda Council grant to help him make a study of U Winnipeg-. Mr. Pelletier has informed Walter Dinsdale Souris) in a Commons rebn that the council expecti recipients of grants to Bake kowra the results of their research other scholars." Parking privileges caa be regarded as status symbols in private and public life. In Ottawa, all MPs have parking space Parliament Kill. So do: 44 persons from the prime mumster's office, 36 from the external affairs department and from all other departments and agencies. OTTAWA (CP) Special Jrovisions under which Right ft sermission to deliver bushels of grain' per specified acre. This year, the specified acreage will he based on land left in summerf allow, not land planted in The minister's statemect aaid provision will also be nude lor producers to have one alternate delivery point within the HUM province. Fails In Bid To Quash Case LONDON (Reuters) A lawyer for William Owen, former Labor member of ParKament accused of betraying official secrets to Czechoslovakia, today failed in his bid to quash the charges when the trial opeoet in LoxtoDB1 Old Bailey Criminal Court, After two hours of argument Mr. Justice John Stephenson ruled against a plea from del ence counsel James Comya The 69-year-old Owen OKU 'pleaded not guilt; to aH eight charges in the indictment. The trial is expected to last two affecting their delivery quo-as were announced Monday by Dtto Lang, minister responsible for the Canadian wheat Board. Grist ing privileges which allow a farmer to deliver up to 50 bushels of wheat to a grist mill to make flour for his own family use, have been restored. The privilege was cancelled last year when the board believed it was being abused. Delivery privileges for malting b.arley will continue Barley, for malting may be delivered in carload lets without counting towards the producer's quota. Farmers will also again be allowed to trade grain for pedigreed seed for planting. Under the government's wheat acreage re duction program announced in February, the wheat board expects to be able to offer grain Government-appointed organizations can sometimes take on the trappings of royalty and di-vinty. '-The royal commission on hi-Imgualism and biculturalism appointed by Mr. Pearson, constantly refers biblically in wrt-ing to its reports as Books, with a capital Machinery LONDON (CP) Massey-Ferguson Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of the Canadian parent company, is one of 104 British companies selected to receive Ihe special Queen's award to industry for 1J70. The companies cited for outstanding achievement each year are entitled to use a special em-' Mem on flags, plaques, lapel badges, packing cases and let-terheaos. Intended as an incentive to make British industry more enterprising and aggressive, the awards honor leaders n Cited exports and technical innon-tions. also ho-nored i n 19M, got Hs second award for building up bigger exports for Britain. In 1966 Mas-sey-Fergusori, and its shipped abroad more than worth of farm machinery and dieseJ enguH. Andras, minister without portfolio in charge of bousing, gives honorable mention to cabinet colleagues in his press releases announcing housing loans in their constituencies. But no other MPs get a ministerial tumble, not even Liberal back-benchers. WINNER Man o1 War 'won all ha 11 races in 1920. Among them were the-, Preakness, Withers, Bel-mint, Dwyer and Traven. Secretary Gerard Pelle-tier has informed the OTTAWA (CP) City con- sumer price indexes between February and March registered a mixture of advances and dec- fines with the exception of Mon- treal, Toronto and the Saska- region which were unchanged, the Dominion Bu- reau of Statistics reported Mon- day. Children Perish UMATTLLA, Fla. (AP) Mra. J. B. Simmons said she stepped out of the house to call her children in for hmch and saw a small hand rising out of Lake Dorr. Five of hsr six children in the lake drowned. Neighbors recovered the bod- ies of Linda, 5, Usher, 6, Mary Liza, 9, Jack, 11, and Mahaley, 13. Their brother, Clarence, 7, was visiting with neighbors at the time of the tragedy. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ctrtifieit Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 32M095 The movements ranged from an increase of four-tsnths of one per cent in Ottawa to a decline of the same size in Winnipeg. Food indexes were lower in all cities except the Edmonton- Calgary region and Vancouver. The decreases ranged from four-tenths of one per cent in St. John's, Nfld., to 1.6 per cent in Halifax. Housing indexes moved up in most cities, reflecting generally higher prices 'for shelter and household operation items. Clothing indexes generally moved up across'the country as a result of higher prices' asso- ciated with introduction of new spring lines and removal of mid-winter sales. In Winnipeg, however, dry- cleaning specials were responsi- ble for 1.1 per cent decline. OTTAWA BUS FARES RISE Transportation registered mainly fractional movements with the exception of the Ottawa index which advanced 3.5 pel cent because of higher local bus fares, and the Saskatoon-Regina index which rose 1.1 per cent, reflecting increased prices for gasoline, tires and licence fees. Tobacco and alcohol figures were unchanged from the pre- ceding month. The consumer price index is lie price taken periodically of a basket of selected goods and services in various Canadian centres. It'is based on the 1961 cost of these goods and services as 100. Tlie Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics gives the consumer price indexes for regional Canadian cities in March for all items as: St. John's, Nfld. 122; Halifax 123.8; Saint John, N.B. 123.1; Montreal 124.2; Ottawa 127; To- ronto 127.2; Winnipeg 1M.2; Saskatoon-Regina 122.1; Edmon- ton-Calgary 124; and Vancouver 121.8. The increase in these indexes over the previous year was: St. John's, 32 per cent; Hali- fax 6.8; Saint John 5.1; Mon- treal 3.5; Ottawa S.I; Toronto 4.3; Winnipeg 4.4; Saskatoott- Regina 3.7; Edmonton-Calgary 3.7; and Vancouver 3.6. MISS ICELAND ROBBED HONOLULU (AP) Miss Iceland wasn't treated warmly in Hawaii. Hermy Hermannsdot- ter, 18, of Reykjavik, told ponce here a thief took from her suitcase in her Waikiki hotel rcem. The money was all she had left from the she won last month in Tokyo when she was named Miss Young Interna- tional What's going on in that house on the hill? 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