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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI.inHMIBCE HHAID 21, 1970- End InFailu re NEW YORK (Reuters) Eight of the Soviet Union's last IZUUVUMd ended in columnist Stewart Akop says in News- ligence officers were positive about the Soviet failures. The Soviet space vehicle, Aisop says, is the SL-12, a four- DAMAGEO SEKVICE MODULE This photo released by NASA shows the Apollo 13 service.module debris exp'ostd'by tha hole In the "side of the craft after it.was [ettisoned from the command module land lunar lander. The service propulsion system nozzle is at the bottom and the projection a I the top is a truss that holds the service mod- ule'during flight. Altogether, Alsop says, n out of a total of Russian moon probes have aborted aince the Soviet program started in March, The writer daims the most failure'was an unmanned, non-reeoverabk probe in February. Atap uys United States inlet They Squeezed, Squeezed LONDON (Reuters) A member of Parliament accused at betraying secrets to Czecho- slovak diplomats was quoted in criminal court Tuesday as say- ing "they squeezed and six to eight tons into hnur orbit. It is, therefore, theoretically capable of manned flight "But so far as K the SMOS have been attempted, pre- sumably because the failure rate has been too high, even for the risk-taking Russians." Sask. Man KiUed In U.S. BURNS, Tern. (CP) Con- rad R. Dahi, 72, of Cabri, Sask., was killed in a two-car coition near. here late Sunday, Tennessee state police said Monday. 'The accident occurred 'at a four-way stop at the intersection of state highways 47 and 96. Mrs. DahX 68, was ia satisfac- tory condition I n h ospkal at nearby Dixon with bruises aud lacerations. Her husband died in hospital for treatment. Police said Mrs. DaU told them she and her hushanr! had been vacattnngin the U.S. South and were on their'way back to Canada''when-the acci- dent happened. Meir Seeks Crisis Solution YM Con Use Indoor, m Economical, yet smart looking furniture for mat den or family room. Sturdy Rattan, paint- 1i ed White with Gold or Red floral cushions. En- semble includes two settee (44xl9x and one coffee table (30x18x17" With a special Woolco price, of course! A. RATTAN SHEll CHAIR. Natural brown Rattan that1! perfect for the patio in summer, the den in winter. Comes apart f-r convenient storage. The shell is with iron legs. EACH I. CHILD'S SHEU CHAIR. Use It inside in the TV room, or out on the palio. A 19x19" Rattan shell in your choice of Red, Yellow, Blue or Green, with trim. Sturdy iron legs. EACH C. RATTAN ROCKER. A.rocking armchair'de- signed for comfort'in a'natural finish Rol- tan peel wiln sturdy cane frame. Makes an ideal chair for the nur- sery. Size Is 18x37x33K" high. EACH D. FOIDINO TA11E. Palembang rattan cock- tall table has strong iron frame and stand, measures 15" high x 23" diameter. Folds flat for easy storage, EACH Open Daily 9 a.m.- To 6 p.m.} Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday ana Friday 9 cr.m. Io 9 TEL AVTV (Reuters) -Pre- mier Goida Meir ha revealed that there has been a number of contacts made with Arab per- soMion to the Middle East cri- s. in an interview published by le mass ci rculabon evening n e ws paper Yedaot Abronot today, Mrs. Meir was quoted as "I can ten you that since 1967- there have been contacts with a number of serious Arab person- alities; I think I can safely say this, without revealing too The premier said she also bad made a number of personal ef- forts in this direction, Pope Suggests RC, Orthodox Church Merger ROME (AP> -Pope Paul ays the-Reman Catholic aod Orthodox churches should merge into "one single faith and in one single church of all Christians." The pontiff expressed this view Sunday during his sabbath blessing to an audience of thou- sands in St. Peter's Square. He cautioned, however: "We cannot think to re-estab- lish a sincere union of the Roman Catholic and the Ortho- dox churches at the cost of damaging the Oriental Catholic churches or through doubtfu ways of intercommunion tha put aside the demands of the true doctrine and could cause il luskos and confusknE." Eastern churdies include the Orthodox, headed by Patriarch Athenagoras of Istanbul, and grouping of the Nestorian, Ar meniac, Coptic, Ethiopian and Syrian Jacobite. .queezed until I finally de-j ected." On trial is William Owen, 69, ho until his arrest in January nad served 16 years as Labor arty MP for the Morpeth dis- rict cf northern England. Prosecution counsel Ldwird Xissen said Owen admitted to be squeezing process during an interview with a visitor in a prison hospital. Cussen said it proved impossi- ble for Owen IP have met all his ixpenses ard still have savings of the size shown in his bank ac- counts on the basis of his known income. la testimony Monday, police were alleged to have discovered at Owen's home, a sum which he later' admitted tad been given hue by. Czecho- slovak diplomats. Cussen said Tuesday thai Owen could not account for paid Into his wife's bank account. Owen, said to be suffering 'ran angina, has pleaded not guilty. The prosecution has claimed he passes on classified informs lion that came to him ia his ca- pacity as a member of' the House of Commons committee. Subjects covered in ments to which Owen had ac- cess included troop transports, aircraft, naval and army esti- mates and secret arrangements for the British army in West Germany. The trial Is expected to last two weeks. FINE WEAVING Skilled weavers can make bamboo matting so fine that it is used for bed sheets and pit low cases. JAIVB ST1HT Joryis Strict hoi Imn ta many klndi wwlttiiesl-'families io' comnjon Now; Toronto I tlr'eet Is'glowln'q prospiri'ry.'-Jr'a ond. risi again, makiii'for facinaKno. hlslory. IN TfOUB UTHMIDGI HERALD Warrant Issued For .Cartoonist WALL TOWNSHIP, ,N.J. (Reuters) Police have issued a warrant for ob- scenity charges of cartoonist Jack O'Brien, creator :of the comic strip Sad Sack. The warrant was following raids on a printing shop 'awl O'Brien's -home m which' five persons including the cartoonist's wife, 'were arrested Police said: they confiscated eight material mi eluding pornographic literature; photographic equipment a n d mailing lists. PeopleOverl6 Lose All Teeth By CY FOX LONDON (CP) Some persons over the age of 16 in England and Wales have lost all their natural teeth, says a newly published govern- ment report.. This number is equivalent to 37 per cent of the population over 16. But almost half the adult residents now missing their own teettt.had lost them before, the state-run National Health Service began operating in 1948. The service made dental care available for the first time to millions of Britons who pre- viously had been able to afford only extractions and, at a stretch, replacement of lost teeth with false ones. Seven Major Airlines Lose Money OTTAWA (CP) Canada's seven major airlines lost during the first two months of despite ri n- creased traffic, the aviation sta- tistics .centre of the Dominion Bureau o f Statistics reported today.- The transconti- nental and five rep ported an 11.1-per-cent. increase in operating revenues' to from dur- ing the first two months of 1969. But they had a IS.'tperc increase in operating expenses to from the previous year. Air Canada, CP Air, Eastern Provin c i a 1 Airways, Nordair, Pacific Western Airlines, Que- becair and Transair account for more than 90 per cent of reve- nues expenses in the Cana- dian air'transport industry. Passenger miles flown on scheduled flights increased 11.5 per c e n t to from Passenger miles On charter flights went up 29.8 per cent t o 6 from the previous year. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive GET LEN1M PRIZES MOSCOW (AP) U.S. scien- tist Linus Pauling lias been awarded a Lenin prize "for his activity in defence cf the Soviet news agency Tass said here. Pauling van a Nobe Peace Prize in 1962 and No- bel prize in chemistry in 1954. Another Lenin peace prize went to President Ludvilc Svoboda a The .cost of dentures, even be- 'ore 1948, was substantial. "But people, seem trj have re- ;arded such expenditure as a trial outlay which ensured that hey would have no more dental said a government statement issued wilh. the new report. The. document was prepared for the health and social secu- rity department by government experts working with a team from the dental school of Lon- don Hospital's medical college. VABY BY REGIONS They1 found significant differ- ences. in: cental health among the various regions of England and In 71 per cent of residents over 16 have some of their natural .Used con> pared with 66 per'cent in the Midlands and EasfAnglia. The percentage for Wales and the southwest is 57: white that for northern England is 54. Accounting. for the contrast between the state of teeth in the southeast and the north, the re- port noted that the area around London has many, more dentists in relation to population size than does northern England. The London region has one dentist for every people whilt the ratio up north is one for every Southeastemers In the 16-to-M age group were "slightly better disposed" towards regular at- tendance at dentists than the corresponding age group among northerners. The report warns that "if de- cayed feeth are not filled, they will eventually become unres- torable and will have to be ex- traded." Persons who have never had restoration work done on their teeth will find themselves de- pending on dentures much sooner than Britons careful about regular dental checks and filling jobs, said the report. WORSE AMONG WOMEN Wilh the difference in the number of dentists available as between north and southeast, the southerners "are likely to suffer total tooth loss later and to a lesser extent than those liv- ing e 1 s e w h e f the survey says. H also found tooth toss "worse among manual workers and slightly worse among women than men." "The proportion of women who have no natural teeth is generally higher than the pro- portion of men, for all social the report added. It warns that "so long as the distribution of dentists remains uneven there Is liiely to re- main a regional difference in regular attendance and conse- regional difference in dentil Shed o little light on your decoroting problems. Come and check specila- idlection of elegantly loblo limps now at an equally special low pricel include Tradilonal, Spanish, Contemporary and Colonial-all with match- ing shades. Bases of glass, metal, marble ond hydrocal. Some tri-lighl fixtures Optn Dairy f a.m, la t p.m.; WednnAry V a.m. to 1 p.m.; ThurWay mt Friday 9 College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magroth Drive ;