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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta a _ THI UTH1KIDGE HEULD Monday, April 57. Peking Praised For First Outer Space Achievement AP-Renters KONG KONG (CP) China sail, today its first earth satel- lite has "greatly ttreogthened the militancy of the Chinese Bomb Destroys Senate Chamber BATON ROUGE, U. (AP) Police dofi the corridors of Loaaaoa's AJTBJ mpa. Capi- tol today in search of clues to a bomber who bMed the marble people and the revolutionary I and all the neople of the Union It said tint achieve- ment in outer apace also bad "deflated the arrogance of Im- perialism, modern PRINCESS MARGARET'S SON MENTIONED AS KIDNAP TARGET Linley, left, rhe 8-year-otd son of England's Princess Margaret, background, has been placed under Scotland Yard guard after an informer's warning that there wai a' plot 1o kidnap the boy. At right in tfiij photo, taken Jan., 1970, is lady Sarah, 5, PrinceH Margaret's daughter. Undenvorld Kidnap Attempt Of Viscount Linley Probed LONDON (AP) Princess Margaret had Scotland Yard throw a security net today around her son and heir, eight- year-od Viscount Unley, after learning of kidnap threats against him. Lord Liru'ey, now on Easter Mayor To Seek Inquiry Into Public Funds Misuse CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes said Sunday night that he intends to ask for a judicial inquiry into police find- ings that there .has been mis- use of public funds in seme civ- ic departments. He said during a local radio broadcast that-tie has already ipoken to a judge about the under a cloud of suspicion. He said most civic winkers are hard working and honest but the only, way the situation can be settled satisfactorily for everyone concerned is through an independent inquiry. 'I intended to recommend possibility of quiry. beading the ia- The mayor said the question raised by the police investiga- tion, carried out after two aty transit system employees were convicted on charges of theft earlier this year, is whether city hall management has been doing its job. This was some- thing only an independent in- quiry could clear up. The police report raised more questions than it answed mayor Sykes said, and left the whole municipal civil service this." Mayor Sykes said the police report, which has been in bis wssession for two or three weeks, indicates that there were warnings from time to ime about funds being misused but "there doesn't seem to have been much oVme" in some departments. He said an Independent In- quiry, carried out under prov- incial law so that it was in no way connected with city ball, could try to satisfactorily deter- mine whether the problem was one of auditing or man- agement vacation, returns to Ashdown House preparatory school at Forest Row, Sussex, Tuesday. Rumors of a threat to kidnap him reached Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdown last week. Scotland Yard Tas.imme- diately informed. The story was that an tttetnpt would be made to seize Lord Linley and ransom him for re- lease of the notorious Kray twins, East London gang lead- ers now in top-security jails on murder convictions. Charles Kray, father of Regin- ald and Ronald Kray, who are sening 30-year sentences, de- nied the existence of any kidnap plot. "It's bloody be said. "Reggie and Ronnie know the boy's father. They met him at a premier. -Now to say they're involved in a plot to kid- Minor Floods Problem WINNIPEG (CP) The Red and Assudboine rivers an, for the most part, keeping within their banks in Maritobt but a couple of smaller rivers are causing some problems. The goveromeat iaformatioc services said today that the Seine River is causing minor flooding in Starbock about 15 miles southwest of Winnipeg, and the' Whitemud river has spilled-over at Gladstone, 75 miles northwest of here. The small border town of Gretna, SO miles south of Win- nipeg, has built up dikes to ward off water from the Pern- bina river. Pumps sod have senate oto IUUUK wiu dj Dilute. No one was injured. Oar. John MeKettan called the Sunday night blast the work of a madman or a revolution- y. PoBce secreted the 14-dorey building and its park-like grounds but turned up nothing. Estimates of damage ranged from by McKeJtheo to by Senate Secretary William Roberts. Police said dynamite was the explosive agent DazMge to the two-storey chamber gen- eral, but the mas force hit UK alcove occupied by the Beaten- ant-aovemcr snd the Senate staff when the Senate is in ses- States, the Soviet Onion and others who don't agree with Chinese leaders. North Vietnam, North Korea and Albania hailed Friday's launching in much the same language. The Soviet Union and its Communist allies remained sikof. The Japanese government ex- prosed aopr that the 381-pound space- package would not be used for military purposes. Bui the grew both here and m the West that the satel- lite Moding back informa- tion which would advance Pe- king's program to develop inter- continental ballistic missiles. SEE ICBM BY In Washingtop, officials said the increased the probability that Peking would have its first operational inter continental ballistic missile in 1973. The feeling was that China would test-fire its first ICBM his year and have a force of 10 to 25 ICBM s by 1975. The satellite passed over Hong Kong today transmitting a tatriotic tune, The East is Red, r wirh perfect clarity. The New China news agency said that all day Saturday and Sunday "thousands upon thou- sands of people, carrying huge portraits of our great leader Chairman Mao and singing and dancing, streamed into streets and public squares from all directions for meetings and pa- rades" It said tic satellite would provide for "the development of research in astronomy, atmos- phere, physics' and other fields of natural fields which Western scientists say must be mastered before an ICBM can be fired. China already pos- sesses atomic weapons. sion. The blast destroyed voting machines md data processing equipment McKetifaec said the bombing would not delay the start May 11 of the 60-day legislative ses- sion. Atlantic Provinces Union Proposed Women's Press Gub Welcomes Men Members been sent to Starbuck and five families moved from one PARKS AND RECREATION CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE April 28th May 4th Inclusive FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, April 29th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming................. p.m. Friday, May 1st NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming................. p.m. Saturday, May 2nd Public Swimming................ p.m. Sunday, May 3rd Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming................ p.m. Monday, May 4th NOON HOUR p.m. THIS ADVERTISEMENT Will Am AH EACH MONDAY AND THURSDAY nap this little boy is farcical.' But Princess Margaret took the report seriously enough to write her son's headmaster Fri- day .warning him of the kidnap threat and asking him to keep word of it from her son. Headmaster WiBiani William- son, 65, who has 116 boarders at bis school, said: "I expect Viscount Linley back tomorrow. He usually comes by train, but his parents may come with him because of all the fuss." The school is four miles from East Grinstead, in the London stockbrokers' commuting belt. Lord Linley is under round- the-clock police guard and pre- sumed to be at Kensington Pal- ace, the London home of Prin- cess Margaret and Lord Snow- don. Two London newspapers re- ported receiving telephone calls about the threals to the Queen's nephew. The first came anonymously to The Daily Sketch. "I shouldn't be talking to you would cut my throat if they said a voice over the line. The man asked the newspaper to help persuade the police to lake Uie kidnap plot seriously. The second call was over- heard by a businessman over a cross line. This report said there was talk of being paid for making the snalch. area of Gladstone as a precau- tionary measure. At Gretna, a portion of pro- vincial Highway 30 was dug up to allow water to run off and sandbag dikes, were put up In tow areas. A little local flooding has oc- curred along the Bed south of Winnipeg but there are no ma- jor problems areas. Late reports from Gladstone indicated that about one-third of the town .was under water and the local school had been dosed. Water from the Whitemud had backed up behind the banks of Highways four and 34 and residents were reported to be considering cutting away part of one of the roads to let the water run off. REGINA (CP) The Cana- dian Women's Press Club ex- ecutive announced Saturday H will recommend mat the club open its doors to men. The executive said in a news retease it will make the proposal to the membership at a meeting-in Toronto in June, 1971. "We have received applica- tions from two said Jean Danard of Toronto, pres- ident of the club. The release said "the execu- tive committee agrees to rec- ommend to the association that membership in the press club be open to all profes- sional journalists; that the by- laws be amended accordingly and the name of the associa- tion be changed." The club has about MO members across Canada. CHATHAM, N3. (CP) J. Albert Richardson, president of the New Brunswick New Demo- cratic Party, proposed Saturday Maritime union as a means of the Atlantic region what he described as the 'eventual separation" of Quebec from Canada. Mr. Richardson, speaking at the annual meeting of the Nor- thumberland NDP Association, said he hoped steps would be taken as soon as possible to bring about both political and ecoumic tmlon of the four At- lantic prvinces. It was important, he said, mat the provinces begin now to "prepare themselves for the eventual separation of the prov- ince of Quebec from Confedera- tion." "Only through union, I be- lieve, could we remain a politi- cal and economic entity." Regardless of whether separa- tist Leader Rene Levesque wins the April 29 Quebec election Mr. Richardson said, "the fac' remains that separatism is the line in Quebec and we in the At Untie provinces must begin now to assess our situation." King Has Surgery OSLO (AP) King Olav V of Norway underwent surpery Sa urday for an acute ulcer. The hospital said latev the condition of the 66-yeir-old king was "good." .MAX BEHIND MISSILE Dr. Tsien H Sue-shea, AM- xltolast wta. ktM a Ugk VS. De- fence Department pwt be- lieved be tic nai bekM Red Chilli's missile program. Force Wiped Out MIAMI (AP) -Radio Ha- vana said today Cuba had sfroyed a 13-man invasion forte with every man killed or cap- tured 10 days after the guerril- las landed. The broadcast by Fidel Cas- tro's official voice did not say how many of the guerrillas were killed and how many were still alive, but reported: "Not one escaped and all the arras, the bullets and the equipment was seized." Ncne of the officials of Alpha 66, a'militahtly anti-Castro exile group in Miami which sxA last week it had landed a guerrilla force in Cuba, was available for comment. Movie Actor Fined On Drug Charge Students Burn Credit Cards y Outside Store EDMONTON (CP) About 75 persons gathered outside the Bay department store Saturday and burned about 10 credit cards to protest alleged dis- crimination against young peo- ple. The demonstrators, most of them university students, said the Bay discriminates against persons with long hair or beai'ds. They carried signs reading "300 Years of Exploitation" and "Bay of They distrib- uted cookies and leaflets, say- ing "You Sell us the junk and then kick us out for wearing WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT; ABOVE SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET Letthridge 45 33 44 30 .07 52 35 48 28 Calgary......... 44 25 Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton UXBRIDGE, England CAP) Movie star Tony Curtis, who quit smoking tobacco several years ago, was fined today for bringing marijuana into England. The 44-year-old actor arrived What made Seagram's Five Star outsell all other brands of whisky in Canada? Your good taste! I I's easy to understand why. Superb blend. Easy taste and easy to look at. PlustheSeagram name and quality. The proof? That's easy, too! The easy whisky. FIVESIAR CANADIAN RYE WHfSKY JOSEPH t. StASSAM (JVlTtD 26.K'0. nr-.fl TONY CURTIS caaght with murijaiaa at the magistrafe'i court In a maroon Bentley lim- ousirje, but his lawyer asked for :ime to raise the fine. 'You must not think that be- cause Mr. Curtis is a leading in- ternational lilm star that he has plenty of money the lawyer told the court, "He, liki any other member of his profes- sion, has enormous taxes to pay which can create financial Icms for him." The three magistrates gave STANFORD, Calif, (AP) Two firebombs caused blaze nl a Stanford Uni vofsity lesearch centre her and or damaged th work of 10 Kholars, Stanford o ficUk reporled. Curtis a week to raise the money. The fine was half the amount levied by a British court in Feb- ruary against Italian movie director Michelangelo Anto- nioni, on the same charge. The maximum penalty is 10 years in Jail or a fine, but British judges often are lenient in mari- juana cases. PLEADS GUILTY Curtis pleaded guilty to the large. He was searched and arrested when he arrived with his wife at orxkm Airport iAaiday from 'ew York to make a TV adven- ure series'with Roger Moore, Lar of The Saint. Curtis re- cently signed eon- tract for the program. British newspapers noted that campaigned here last tar against cigarette smoking. In the United States, he farted an anti-tobacco cam- jaign among co-workers, ormed an organization called Smokers Anonymous and made anil-cigarette commercials for elevision. Here's Neio Form Of Address For Women Victoria......... 50 37 Cranbrook....... 43 32 Pcnticton........48 27 Prince George .45 27 52 30 Vancouver.......51 36 Saskatoon....... 55 27 Regina..........55 37 Winnipeg........ 57 35 Tunrler Bay...... 67 38 Toronto..........74 44 .03 Ottawa 73 Montreal.........69 Chicago......... 79 .02 SYNOPSIS A weather system from Gulf of Alaska will" ormg more set- tled and warmer weather tuto northwestern Alberta. Elsewhere the weather will remain unchanged from today. FORECAST LethlirUge. Siow, siortal heavy now Ln foothilli and Winds NE15-20. Low- high 30-33. Medicine Hat Cloudy with intermittent light snow and cool Winds E15. Low-high 30- 40. Columbia, Kootenay-Cloudy today with a few showers, ex- cept snowflurries in highef ele- vations. Mainly clear tonight and Tuesday. Light winds. Low tonight and high Tuesday at Cranbrook 27-48. Castlegar 55- 52. WASHINGTON (AP) A new form of address for women replace Mrs. and Miss has been proposed by a New York Congressman. Democratic Representative Jonathan Bingham says an in- creasing number of women re- sent being asked their marital status so the proper form of ad- dress can be put on a sales slip or government document. If Mr. is good enough for all men whether Ihey are married or not, why not ounced all women? asks Bingham. HALE OPTICAL Percy lipley Diipeniing Optician COMPANY LTD 307 tilt Si. S. J77-7ISJ EDWARDS ROD WEEDERS AND CULTIVATORS for spring, tvmmer and fall work designed or chain driven rod weeder attachment ROD WtEDER ATTACHMENTS i, FIT All CULTIVATORS DRIVE DISENGAGES AUTOMATICALLY WHEN IS LIFTED NO SLIPPAGE NO MUD BUILD-UP GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S. Phone 32I-5MI Innchei it Ciliary, ftt Dctr, Edmonton, Grande Ltttibriftft, Mtdicint Hat, Montrul Member of Dapotit Corporation____ OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways In the jridgc district are bare and wt. Highway 1 Canada Highway Calgary to Revel- stoke is bare and in good con- dition. Banff Radium and Banff Jasper highways arc bare and in good condition. Cresfon Salmo highway is bare and in good condition. Snow fires or chains are re- quired when travelling in any mountain ire a. This includes all ski resort access roads. There is a 75 per cent load- Ing restriction on the following highways: Highway 5 Ma- gralh lo Cardston, Highway 24 from Vulcan to the junction of Highway 1. Highway 61 from the junction of Highway 4 lo Foremost. From one mile south of Foremost lo Manyberries and Highway 62 from Magralh lo Del Bonila. Effective 7 a.m. Friday a 75 per cent loading restriction will be imposed on Highway 3 from Fincaslle to Medicine Hat. PORTS 0? ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutlj, Z4 hours; Carjsay J a.m. to 6 p.m, MST; CMel Mountain closed, Del I a.m. to 6 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. 9 a.m. to p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., 24 hours; a a.m, lo midnight; Pan, crowd far wMer, ;