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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MIXED MARRIAGE Roger Mills, a white law clerk, kisses his new bride, the former Berta Linson, after they were married in Jackson, Miss. The mixed marriage ended Mississippi's anti-miscegenation laws. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVMG AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., lethbridge THURSDAY, AUG 6th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE 15 cu. ft. Zenith Deepfreeze; Frigidaire fridge; Crosley fridge; Viking gas range, Moffat gas range 6 electric ranges, various sizes; 3 chesterfields and chairs; 2 complete beds, springs and mattresses; 1 single bed, spring and mattress; 3 beds; 4 dressers with mirrors; chrome table and 3 chairs; paint sprayer, complete; 6' and 7' step ladders; air cooler; 3 boxes Wearever pots and pans; 6 sleeping bags; chome and lawn chairs; baby buggy. 3 trikes; good kid's saddle; box silverware; radios; G-E polisher; Singer vacuum; 2 new step tables; new end table; various other tables and chairs; 2 cribs; 2 wringer washers; 3 auto, washers 5 TV sets, various makes and sizes; ai difle; guitar; tape recorder; various cameras; quantity windows and doors; power mower; 2 tapestries; pop dispenser; floor lamps; table lamps; electric motors; trailer; hog crate; wood boat. 1955 CHEVROLET SEDAN Good mechanical condition. 8 cylinder, good rubber. COME AND SEE THIS UNITI HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Avo. S. lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. No. 41 lie. No. 458 Wednesday, August 5, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD f Former premier Jean Jacques Bertram! says he wil not lead his Union National' Party in the 1974 elections. In an interview with The Ca nadian Press, Mr. Bertrand, 54 now leader of the opposition in the Quebec national assembl described as a disaster the de feat of his party in this year' April election, when the Liber als swept to power with 7-2 o ;he iofl seals, reducing Union Nationale representation to I1 [rom 55. He said the party would reor ganize itself and find a solution '.o the constitutional question o Quebec independence which di vides its supporters. Sir Wilfrid Kent Hughes, one of Australia's most colorfu sportsmen and parliamentar ians, died suddenly at his home in Melbourne. He was 75 Sir Wilfrid, a 1914 Rhodes scholar, represented Australia .n track events at the 192( 31 y m p i c s. He still jogged hrough Canberra's parks in lis track suit when Parliameni was in session. Sir Wilfrid was the driving "orce behind Australia's assaull m the records of the world of sport. He was chairman of the irganizing committee which taged the 1955 Melbourne Olympics. Bruce Kidd, noted for his ong distance running ability n the early 1960s, announced at 'oronto he will contest the Democratic Party npmin- tion in the Ontario provincial riding of Beaches-Woodbine. Mr. Kidd has worked for the jrovincial treasury board for the last two years. Nova Scotia born industrial- ist Cyrus Eaton" said at Bridge- water, N.S., he has reached the 'painful conclusion" that U.S. President Richard Nixon does not want to end the war in Southeast Asia. Mr. Eaton said in an inter- view that Nixon was continuing the war under "different alibis" and it will not end until the U.S. Congress refuses to allo- cate the money needed to con- tinue the fighting. Mr. Eaton said he had learn- MR. BERTRAND Won't Lead Party ed on visits to communist coun- Ties that they are sincere in .heir desires to see the war end and that Nixon's desire to win the conflict' is "an idle dream." V Astronaut Frank Borman, commander of the first man- ned spacecraft to circle the moon, is among the favorites in Washington speculation about who will be named boss of the J.S. space agency. Borman left active duty with he air force and the National .eronautics and Space Admin- .stration July 1 to become a rice-president of Eastern Air- lines. Russian Spy Ship Foiled In Snooping Attempt CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) U.S. Navy officials feel they prevented a Soviet spy ship from obtaining vital information about the first submarine firing of a dummy multi-warhead Po- seidon missile, even though the Russian vessel made a daring dash that almost resulted in col- lision at sea. "We don't know for sure what they were after but they sure didn't get a navy spokesman said. The incident oecured this week when the nuclear sub James Wootco VVATCHBAND CALENDAR OFFER! Gel nexl month's calendar by bringing your photo fin- ishing fo WQO.ICO Camera De- parfment. Take a lot of pictures this summer, pictures that you will treasure. Havo them fin ished of Woolco, where you get the lowest price from Canada's highest quality photo finishing plants, and remember at Woolco you pay only for the pictures you get, no coupons, no gimmicks. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 ct.m t and Friday om. Madison launched the Poseido_n while submerged in the Atlantic 30 miles east of Cape Kennedy. The Soviet trawler Laptev was kept yards from the Sub by the U.S. destroyer escort Calcaterra until the Poseidon darted to the surface. Twenty minutes later, the Laptev suddenly cut in front of the destroyer and raced full speed toward the bow of a sup- port ship, the Observation Is- land. The support ship's command- ing officer, Capt. William C. Dotson, twice sounded a warn- ing signal and ordered his en- gines reversed. The ship stopped dead as the Laptev japped across the bow. The Russians were after 10 cushion-sized pieces of a plastic membrane that covered the launching tube in the deck of Hie Madison to prevent water from flowing in before the mis- sile was fired. Although {he Soviet crew members tossed out nets and used grappling hooks, American sailors in a whale boat quickly salvaged all 10 pieces. The navy said the segments were not classified and did not know why the Russians so eager to get them. Forest Fire Spreads PEACE RIVER (CP) A forest fire on the western border of Wood Buf- falo National Park in northern Alberta today spread to a 000-acre blaze. Wood Buffalo Park strad- dles the Alberta-Northwest Territories border. Forestry officials said about acres were burning in the park with acres in Al- serta and about acres in the Territories. The fire is burning through scrub brush and non-merchant- ab'e timber. Twenty fires were burning in the Footner Lake forest dis- trict, which includes Wood Buffalo Park, about 240 miles north of Peace River, Three of the fires were out of control, one was under par- tial control and the rest were contained. About 200 men arc fighting the Wood Buffalo Park fire aid- ed by helicopters and water bombers. Meanwhile, about 10 new fires were started Monday night by lightning in the Rain- bow and Hay Lakes area 200 miles northeast of Peace River. All of the fires were small. Price Rise Slowdown Forecast OTTAWA (CP) Prices ma. UM> in this year by a much as they did in 1969, but slowing down in the rate of in crease will be more evident ir 1971, says the Organization fo Economic Co-operation and De- velopment. The 22-nation body based in Paris abo says in an cconomii survey of Canada that there wil be increasing under-utilization of Canadian industrial capacity during 1970, and the unemploy ment rate for the whole year will average between 5.5 and six per cent despite slower growtl of the labor force. The report released in Paris and received here in advance o publication was prepared by DECD officials with help from Canadian authorities, and ap proved by the organization's economic and development re- view committee in May. That was before Canada set the dollar free to find its own level in international exchange markets and the governmenl here revised some of its anti-in- flation policies. The OECn's assessment of the Canadian outlook, for in stance, is based on an assump- tion that retail credit controls would be in effect by now. The government announced in March it would introduce such Lloyd's Writes Rare Policy LONDON (Reuters) Lloyd's underwriters have agreed to insure a man against suffering the same fate as the ancient Greek poet Aeschylus. The customer's name and premium were not dis- closed, but the insurance men feel sure they won't pay out. Aeschylus died when a passing eagle dropped a tortoise on his head. controls, but dropped the plan when it set the dollar free May 31. Prices rose 4.5 per cent in Canada last year, as measured by the average of 12 monthly in- creases in the consumer price index. They were 1.26 per cent higher at mid-year than last De- cember, and the 12-month rate of increase has slowed to 3.2 per cent from 4.6. Some gradual slowing in the rate of price increase within the year was foreseen by OECD. But it said: "The result will depend on the effects of easing demand pres- sure, the amount of success in promoting voluntary wage and price restraint, and the amount of deceleration in price trends achieved abroad. :The moderation of price rises through such factors is ex- pected to have its major effect in 1971, but there may be some gradual slowdown of increases within the present year." OECD said inflation, up to the Toclciys Show-times time of the organization's re- view of the Canadian situation, "proved surprisingly resistant to policy measures." It cau- tioned against relaxing anti-in- flation policies too soon, and added: 'It is clearly important to avoid a resurgence of demand which would increase pressures on resources and fuel inflation- ary expectations. The mainle-' nance of a certain margin of slack is undoubtedly a neces- sary condition for restoring bet- ter price stability." On labor and employment, the survey said the growth of job opportunities will be weak. Pro- ductivity gains may be slower in 1970 than in 1869, when they amounted to only 1.2 per cent per person employed in com- mercial industry. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lsthbridge Elks lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY-8 P.M. PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Woodstock Festival" Complete Shows PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "Hello Dolly" Complete Shows COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Darling Lili" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Time to Sing" "The Split" One Complete .Show STUDENT FILM-MAKERS! IN CASH AWARDS Enter FAMOUS PLAYERS' Student Film Awards. Apply Mr. D. Gow, 719 Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C. Deadline for entries is September MOIE GUEDE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Learn First Aid JOIN THE ST. JOHN AMBULANCE FIRST AID COURSE AUGUST 10th to 25th Classes Monday Tuesday and Thursday at p.m. At the Red Cross rooms 12th St. and 7th Ave. South Pre-Register with St. John Ambulance at 1201 3rd Ave. S. or Phone 328-7777. IRISH ROOeRS "in concert" THE 81 PLANE, EVERMORE WHISKEY ON A SUNDAV THE ORANGE AND GREEN EXHIBITION PAVILION THURS AUG. 13th P.M. Tickets on sale at 00 00 Leister'! Music Lid. 5200 Paramount Theatre Bldg. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NORTH TO ALASKA" in color, starring John Wayne, Capucine, Ernie Kovacs and Fabian. Wednesday, August 5. Show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GRAND PRIX" in color, starring James Garner and Eva Mario Saint. Wednesday, August 5. Show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT in color, starring Rosemary Forsyth, Geraldine Page and Ruth Gordon. Wednesday, August 5. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE WALKING STICK" in Metrocolor, starring David Hcmmings and Samantha Eggar. Wednesday and Thurs- day, August 5 and 6. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "HELL IN THE PACIFIC" in color, starring Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifunc. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 5, 6 and 7. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of lif> Tata the family to a movie G PHONE 7irpo nniwt rii RE EN ACRES DRIVE- IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTlV HIGHWAY I TONIGHT and THURSDAY WATCH THE LEAD...WHEN THERE IS NO SPLIT OF THE BREAD! M GM preens A SPECTRUM PRODUCTION starring JIM BROWN DIAHANN CARROLL JULIE Gates at p.m. Show at p.m GENEHACKMAN JACKKLUGMAN WARREN DATES JAMES WH1THQRE ____________.naERNESTBORGNINE_____________ HIT NO. 2 "A TIME TO SING" IN COLOR HANK WILLIAMS JR. OLLEGE I MEM A TONIGHT and THURS. COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 Last complete show at p.m. WE ARE PROUD TO GIVE THIS PICTURE OUR PERSONAL RECOMMENDATION AND URGE YOU TO SEE ITI R. E. SHACKLEFORD, manager ADUIT ffiSifiKEEDWARDSJ ADUIT .s-.. r? -r S Sft NEXT ATTRACTION JERRY LEWIS DTOTHEFROWT? S. A WARNER BROS. PRESENTATION. TECHNICOLOR'. TONIGHT AT 8 p.m. ONLY THURSDAY 2 SHOWS MATINEE EVENING 8 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT 18 yrs. and over awadleigh-maurice, Ild.produclico from warner bros. IN STEREOPHONIC SOUND PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING HURRY ONLY 2 MORE DAYS SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. HELLO, DOLLY! FAMILY AT nmn MICH tCtvSEIKl'ot Cinema TONIGHT and THURS. Tonight at p.m. ;