Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
NAMES AlexuJtr Dakctk. Ciedu- Slovakia's former reformist kader, his become the victim of a "sex smear" campaign. Duhcek, liter being toppled from power i year ago, was po- litically disgraced and later sent iota virtual exile as amhas- Mdor to Turkey his promt post. Hit ol the COB- nMiafet party has-been tempo- larily auspwuJed and his oppo- nats have been manoeuveriag la stiU further discredit the nun whose reform precipitated the 1M Sonet-let) invasion. Thrir 'campaign, according to infonnalion reaching Vienna, Austria, from Prague, now has readied a new persooal level with the printing and (bstaibu- tion of paetagraplB described "nothing less than ponagra- phic." Reports from Czechoslovak cUnens irtu have seen the prints say taty show a man and young woman in bed together. The faces are shadowy and but a whisper. Serviettes Pricing Explained OTTAWA (CP) Grace Maclnnis, parliamentary gad- fjy on the subject o< consumer price, got hack three packages of papa- serviettes and an a planatian about their pricing from the chief federal price Michdog, John Young. ;'Mrs.' Maclnnis (NDP-Van- coDver Kingsway) had raised the serviettes issue with ihe chairman of the prices and hi cocnes commission before the Common social affairs com- mittee April 9. Yesterday Dr. Young was back before the committee. The serviettes and a com- plaint bad been sent to Mrs Maclnnis by Mrs. 1. MacMiUan of Edmonton. All three pack- ages had been bought it a Hud- sou's Bay Co. store. Identical packages of 20 ser TieUes had been bought at dif lemt. times, one for 75 cents and the other for The third package, purchased Us year for 59 cents, were "a similar quality bui uwr e decor alive.'! The two mote expensive packages, Dr. Young reporta are made by Hallmark Cards Inc. ri Kansas City, Mo. Hudson's Bay Co. said price stickeri are placed on the packages by the maker. The price is supposed' 73 is today, tain packages were recerra with a price sticker of 11.25 and these had been incorrectly marked and were sold at tha price." The tlmrd package of riettea, still priced at 59 cents la made by Perttim Products Ut. of Laval, Que. Gty Police Turn Down Pay Offer EDMONTON1 (CP) Gty police said today they have re- jected a conciliation report rec- ommending that they receive an 11.8-par-cent salary Edmonton Police Association president Norman Koch said the association now will apply to the provincial board o( LrJ etacrial relations for compnl aory arbitration. The conciliation recommend- ation called for1 a tW-a-mo increase retroactive to Jan. and an additional HO a montii July 1, raising the salary of first-lass notable to fTtl month. The police association Becking a salary -----le. The city baa offered per cent. Police also feek.com- panatJcn for widows of officers killed en duty and attsaUnce for officers and their families when the men have been jured on duty. Del, Koch said Toronto Lee have settled their 1970 con- tract at a level gives fmt-cuas constables' 943 Those in Montreal eerre (til a month. The Edmonton police tract expired COB at UK end o Sharp Wailing For Test Dala OTTAWA (CP) Exteraa Attain Minister Mitchell Sharp Md the Conmem his derailment is still waitin for informaokn OB the first U.S niKfear underground (art on AmcnUa Inlaid ro the Ako- Uang, He had said earlier (Art tfab InformatioB voukt be Tainted before any Canadian protest would be made on further tests He was replying to Barry Jfather Zoo Ganging Up On Fussy Old Bachelor ALEXANDER DUBCKK Sn Smat ing campaign launched by anti- Dubcek groups in tie pro-Mos- cow security ministry and Com- munist parly apparatus identi- ws tbe nun as Dubcek. Democracy will cone lo Rus- sia in 30 years, phU- aaapher-author Muoria DjUas miles in an article in the cur- rent issue of Life magazine. "Everything will be changed Li Russia, its economic and so- cial relations with tbe West, its government and parly struc- tbe deposed Yugoslavian vice-president and former heir- apparent to President Tito says- "Nogody today really believes in comnnmism. When we talk about Communists, 'we are talking about he says. communism of old is dead. Only tbe structures it cre- ate] remain behind.'' DJlas, 58, died'as proof the growing power :of the Soviet managerial class and the oppo- sition of the intelligentsia by Russian novelist AJeksandr Sobbenitsyn, who wrote One Day in He Life of Ivan Dems- oviclL The names of. three Canadian airmen will be enshrined in a memorial dedicated lo the crew Wellington bomber that crashed in Stapleford, England a years ago.'Stapleford is a small village about 45 mite north of.London. Designed in the form i worked embroidery, and carry ing the badge of No.'.. 57 Squad- ron as.well as tbe names of the Wellington crew, the" memoria will be unveiled in the village April 26. Tbe crew, made up of Fit Sgt. L. T. Law son, whose mother lives in Piney, Man. Sgt 'A. C. Turgeon of Edmon- ton and.Set. D. E. Soles tf Waterloo, the-RCAF and three'RAF members, was returning from a raid on Frank furl when the bomber crasbw on the second anniversary o the outbreak 'of the Second World War; Harbin Ugle wailed 20 years, line, months aod 21 days to return a book she bar rowed from the University Southern California library After reading in tbe school news- paper that, the library was of fering amnesty on all fines, she sent back the book, Lady Wind- emere's Fan At -25.ceafa an hour on kept-out-twohours-only volume Mrs. Ingle would have owed the school A librarian said, however, that the maximun. would hive been S3. Singer Debbie Lori tured on the Tommy Hunter Show, was married in George- town, dot, to William Kenaetb McKeown, a CBC enterUiner Singing star Tommy Hunter was in .ttendanca at the wed- ding as weD at the Rythna Pab, abo featnred on the ibow Miss Kaye is a native of Sao) Ste. Marie, and tbe groan is fnom Georgetown. Brooks. 41, Liberliin sisUnt state secretary presidnt of the United Nation 24lh Geoeral Assembly, wts married this week in Monrovia Kiss Brooks ia tbe first Afri- can woman ever to bold the post of president of the Aim. My. She married Isaac Rutolph a civil servant in the LiberUn ministry of education. FormeT prime muMter Jobs Deifenbaker was accorded desk-thumping greeting from all parties and prolonged plause from 'a packed upper gallery u he visited the Man legislature recently. Mr. Deifenbaker was greeted by New Democratic Party pre- mier Ed Schreyer who de- scribed Mm ai "one of the most distinguished partjmen- tariant of 'our time." ReplM Mr. Deifenbaker: don't anything ha. ev bappoied to me more deeply mowmg than Uu occasion.' It wouk) always remain ta hia mind as m occasion whic! typifla the greatness of parlia- LOiNDON (AP) Can i fussy, mkldle-aged bachelor, set in his ways, find true love with a tempestuous teen-aged 700 means to settle this soap-opera dilemma by ng Guy and a pair of lowland gorillas different in background aod disposition. For 23 years Guy has hunk- ered in his cage, contentedly celibate, smiling idiotically out at the public, fondling his friend! and sparrows un- larmed ia bis pink paws. At pounds, Guy is a splendid specimen of his brown eyes, broad silver back, long hairy arms, all in all the biggest and oldest go- rilla ia Europe. "He says Sir Julian Huxley, "tbe finest Miaul I have ever set my eyes on." For an hit massive mascu- linity Guy never bad a sweetheart. GIRL IS NEXT DOOM Now in the cage next- door is Lomie, purchased from Chessingtnn Zoo. Their introduction waj less than idyllic. Guy "runted with nge, pounded his chest, sucked a mouthful of' water from his trough and spat it through the wire mesh bars at her. But lately, as spring blos- somed at their door, there has been a poignant reaching but, a tentative joining of fingers through the separating wire mesh. Dr. Michael BrambeU, cura- tor of mammals, can afford to bide his time. The planned parenthood ucn't take place for two years, by which Lcsnie will have doubled her present 135 pounds. SEEMS AFFECTIONATE Guy at 23 is a bit long in the tooth for a gorilla and, for all bis chest pounding, a lovable lump of fur and grin. "He's rather gentle and so- ciable and gels an awful M out of his existence says Brambell. "He bran aa atful lot of people going by and seems genuinely subdued after visiting hours." Lomie, waring 5, Is just comiLg into her adolescence. Guy has yet to coo Gorilla My Dream to her, but say: Bram- bell, "He definitely know? it is another gorilla over there." Mrs. Harradence Dies In B.C. PRKCE ALBERT (CP) Ftmeral services will be held here for Cecilia Harradencr., a former Prince Albert residen win died in Victoria. She was It. Mrs. Harradence was mother of Calgary lawyer A; M i 11 o n rlarradence, former Conserva- tive party leader Another son, J. H. Clyne Bar radToce, is a lawyer in Prince Albert -7lwrUoy, April 14, THE UTHMIDCC HfUln _ fj British Dads Follow Sons In Fashionable Gotliing LOVDON (AP) Just when British dads are unfurlmg their umbtvuas i little bit, leaving their bowfe' hats at home ted donniag mauve shirts and wtfc ties, nary of their torn are going eoaservatii-e. Stanley Adams, 39, who runs igh-faaluoji says: clothes get a lot of attention these days, and after kwhile the fathers begot to tiink, "Well, if my soa can do H, why. shouldn't I grab part of the scene, "The trouble is the kids don't want their dads to dress like they do. And that's one reaxi why it's rapidly beeomiig trendy ta be square." Adams says the migration from aod ta moderacy fe M by the 20-21 age group. A year ago they were wearing card trou- sers, velvet jeans, Arab eaftaas and beads.' Now they're booked on Beat tailored stats, sport jacket! and unadorned sa- fari subs. POPULAR Sales of three-piece suits in his shops in tbe Carnaby Street and King's Road areas have gone up five limes in the las year. So wide is the swing to the dale that the vio- lent crop-haired street 'gangs are going square. They're let ting their hair grow a hit, call ing .themselves "suedel and dressing in 'conservative suits, button-down shirts ac heavy American brogue shoes. 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