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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 LETKBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 23, 1973 Canada attracts more Americans NEW YORK (CP) Canada is attracting an incrcaMiig flow v! Americans fe.l the qual- ity of Jife Js bolter in Canada llian at home, a leading United States business maga- zine. rampage 111 arrest MERCED. Calif. (AP) A, gunman has been captured by it, Canada is close, its language Business Week says in its cur- rent edition that many Ameri- cans moving to Canada are businessmen who accept a tower standard of living be- cause they have become dis- affected with urban life in the U.S. The magazine more than twice as many Americans now are moving to Canada than Ca- nadians moving south. It cites figures showing that Ca- nadians emigrated to the U.S. in the fiscal year ending June SO. 1S72, while Americans moved to Canada in the calen- dar year ending Dec. 31, 1972. "As the newcomers describe police at the end cf a 400-mile rampage of six two rapes and two fatal shootings, authorities say. The events began with the the same and its way of life is similar to that cf the Business Week says. "And by contrast, it is largely free of the crimV. crowding, kidnap-rape of a 19-year-old pollution and tension that over- woman in South Lake Tahoe I whelmed them in the U.S." Friday and ended Sunday when The report quotes several police shot and wounded John families who have moved to To- Bunvard. 27. of San Francisco I runto. Montreal and other Cana- on the outskirts of Merced. Bunyard was reported in fair condition with gunshot wounds in his arms and abdomen. Bunyard was booked for in- vestigation of murder in the shcotintj of two elderly women whose bodies were found in mo- tel rooms in Jlariposa, 30 miles northeast of here. Sheriff Norm Garrett of neighboring Mariposa County said: ''He will be charged with murder kidnapping, armed rob- bery a-id possibly with other felony charges." In San Francisco, police said Bunyard was positively ''linked" with a series of at- tacks on women in the posh Nob Hill area in recent months, including the multiple stabbing of a Japanese student. dian cities as saying they are happy with Canada and would not consider returning to the U.S. Business Week says many of the men who moved to Canada took large pay cuts and found the cost of living in Canada at abrmt the same level as in the U.S. But the newcomers feel that is offset because "the quality of life is better." Film banned WELLINGTON, N.Z. (Reuter) controversial film Last Tango in Paris, starring Marlon Brando, has been b a n n e d by the New Zealand film censor. HWY. 3 EAST, TABER Bids will be accepted on these three Trucks until May 10th, '73. GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! ALL BIOS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED WITH A 10% DEPOSIT Unsuccessful offers will hove their deposits refunded. THESE TRUCKS MAY BE TEST DRIVEN AND INSPECTED ON OUR TRUCK LOT. 197] FORD LT 9000 Tractor, 250 super Cummings, 13 speed rocdranger, rear bogies, 12.000 front axle, new rubber, completely air conditioned and reedy for ihe job. 1969 T-SOO 720" C.A., 397 engine, 5 speed and A fu'l air, original milei, c-wncrj rame 1966 1HC 1800 SERiES 120" C.A V-8, 5 2 scttd c-'ff. motors (TABER) LTD. Phone 223-3537-Direet line Racy diaries raise eyebrows LONDON (AP) The racy diaries of the late novelist Evelyn Waugh are raising Brit- ish eyebrows with recollections of kinky sex in high places and new accusations that Sir Win- ston Churchill's sen. was a "flabby bully" who drank Ms way through the war. The latest extract, published Sunday in the Observer news- paper, seems certain to add to a growing controversy. It is a prolonged attack en the char- acter, abilities and drinking habits of Randolph Churchill, sen of Britain's revered Sec- ond World War leader. The diaries cover all aspects of Waugh's life for 50 years. The focus so far has been on orgies, drunken parlies, naked I bravery to which others who 'Butterflies' play tonight at Letkbridge COALDALE (HNS) Butter- flies Are Free will be pre- sented by the Coaldale Little Theatre at o'clock, tonight and tomorrow in the Yates Memorial Centre at Lethbridge. The play is directed by Mur- ray J. Robison. The cast includes Jean Gra- ham, David Mann, Mrs. Kaye Hobison and Frank Huszar. parties, homosexual parties, lesbian parties and sundry combinations thereof, often with famous persons partici- pating. John Gordon, editor-in-chief of The Sunday Express, called it "a shocking picture, even lifting the veil from Waugh's own exploits in a male brothel in Paris where young children were available for rich mon- sters from England." Gordon added: "Evelyn Waugh is dead. But think ol the distress the publication of this diary must be causing his children." Winston Churchill is dead too. His son Randolph, a Con- Iservative member of Parlia- jment, was out sailing for the Iv.eekend and out of reach of reporters. SERVED TOGETHER Waugh and Randolph Churchill served together in the Second World War in Yu- goslavia. They were part of an intelligence unit attached to Tito's partisans in 1944. As Waugh told it, Randolph's was more bottle than bat- tle. The diaries report bout af- bout: "Randolph blind drunk Randolph drunk and rhe- orical Randolph half drunk Randolph already drunk r-nd got drunker." No mention is made of the fought alongside Churchill have testified Waugh summed him up as "a flabby bully a bore with no intellectual in- vention or agility." Partly to protect the inno- cent, and partly to avoid libel suits, the Observer has editea out the names of many of the players in Waugh's accounts 01 spicy party games. But the author's deft pen made them Teaching day is extended CALGARY (CP) The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology plans to increase its teaching day to 10 p.m. this fall. President Fred Jcrgenson said the extended lar classes now end at 6 p.m. would make courses avail- able to a wider section of the community. "People who work all day will be able to come here and take what the regular day stu- dents study." Courses now taught in the evening are part of the con- tinuing education program. TERRITORY CREATED The Yukon Territory was cre- ated in 1898. interesting and Britons are try- ing to guess whose names should be in the blanks. Canada not interested in oil line WASHINGTON (CP) A United States congressman ouoted the state department to- day as saying "the Canadians are not really interested" in building a pipeline to handle Alaskan oil. Representative John Melcher (Dem. chairman of the House public lands subcom- mittee, made the statement while questioning a witness dur- ing hearings to untangle the Alaskan pipeline right-of-way problems. Under questioning by Mel- cher, Representative Les Aspin, a Wisconsin Democrat, said there was "no doubt' the Cana- dian government was inter- ested. Melcher said: "We enquired through the state department yesterday and were toK the Ca- nadians are not really inter- ested.-' The Waltons win top TV honors LOS ANGELES (AP; The Waltons, television's success story of the year, a realistic drama about a family's strug- gle during the depression, swept the niminations for the 25th annual television academy awards. The CBS show captured 12 Emmy nominations, including best dramatic series, best new series, best-actor nomination for Richard Thomas, best-ac- tress for Michael Learned and best-supporting nominations for Will Geer and Ellen Corby. The Emmys will bs present- ed in a telecast on ABC Sun- day, May 20. The Julie Andrews Hour, can- celled by ABC because of low ratings, received 10 nomina- tions, the most for any show In the musical variety field. NBC's the Red Pony, based on the John Steinbeck novel, and ABC's That Certain Sum- mer, about how a father ex- plains his homosexuality to his son, competed for top honors in the dramatic program categor- ies with eight nominations each. STICK TO U-S. Unlike last year's Emmy pre- sentations, when British drama- tic shews dominated, this year's show will be an all- American affair. After the Brit- ish victory, the National Aca- demy of Television Arts and Sciences created new categor- ies for the British-type mini- series. COUNTER SALES For wholesale firm with advancement to outside sales, in Lethbridge. Permanent position must be bond- able. Right attitude more important than experience. 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