Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, August 20, 1970- RENE LEVESQUE May Resign Levesque Ponders Future Day Loses Job As Film Censor MONTREAL (CP) Rene Levesque, Parti Quebecois leader who lost his Montrea Laurier riding in the Quebec general election in April, is thinking over his position as party leader and the possibility of resignation. .Mr. Levesque, 47, said in an interview that his thoughts about leadership of the party seeking Quebec independence are natural for a man who has spent 10 arduous years in poli- tics. He said the tough spring elec- tion campaign, in which the party elected seven members to the 108-seat national assembly but saw the defeat of its leader and some of iis high-ranking figures, left him with run-down "batteries." That is the principal reason for his present thoughts about his own position in the party, he said, although no decision would be made until about the end of the year. "After 10 years in this game and after three years work as hard as possible on what is known as Option Quebec, I am asking myself whether I'm still useful or whether it would be better for me to do something else and make room for oth- ers." Nixon Flies To Mexico WASHINGTON (Reuters) President Nixon left today by plane for Puerto Vallarta and a two-day meeting with Mexican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz. The trip to Mexico is the only scheduled foreign visit for Nixon this year. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. M PHONE 328-7684M EDMONTON (CP) Jnc Day, suspended as Alberta filn censor after he was charger, last year with indecent assaul will not return to his job bi he said he has no been officially informed an wants the job back. Tiie announcement was mad Wednesday by B. P. Howard deputy provincial secretary. "This really hurts Mr Day in an interview. "I alwaj believed in justice, that justic is done. These last eight month, have been suffering enough fo me, particularly when I hav done nothing." JUDGE CRITICAL Mr. Day was suspended las December pending the outcom of the charges. The Albert, Supreme Court dismissed th charges and the trial judge cr ticized the prosecution. NO BACK FAY Mr. Day said he was forcei to make four court appearance and each lime the charge against him were changed. H said he feels he was "complete- ly exonerated" and wants hi old job back, and has not re- ceived back pay. Mr. Day said he was unsure whether he would appeal; "If all very legal and intricate. I'm not exactly sure what my lega rights are." The former film censor, whi held the job from May, 1966 said his lawyer John GrotsM Woolworth To Ansiver Charges TORONTO (CP) The fed- eral justice department has added F. W. Woolworth Co. to .ts list of companies charged with false or misleading adver- tising under the Combines In- vestigation Act. Patrick Duffy, head of crimi- nal investigation at the depart- ment's Toronto office, said Woolworth officials are to ap- pear in cuurt Aug. 31 to answer charges in connection with the >rice of a chord organ adver- ised Feb. 16, Also scheduled to Aug. 31 are T. Eaton Co., Simpsons-Sears Ltd. and Shell of Canada. They are among several companies charged last month under the misleading advertising section of the act. Mr. Duffy said Woolworth also faces two charges of vio- ating a Hamilton court order concerning the merchandising if a movie camera. The 1966 court order, made after the department-store chain was found guilty of two charges involving the price of a movie camera at its Hamilton tore and fined1 on each -ount, forbade continuation or epetition of the offence. NUAi Barbara 'Brent Montreal, August 20th WISE IS THE MOTHER Who is prepar- ed for summer emergen- cies! 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Because Correctol combines a softener and mild laxa- tive, it gently stimulates and assists the natural action, providing prompt relief in a subtle, ...v, unhurried way. Correctol was especially for- mulated for us and coloured pink to indicate its delicate nature. So whenever you're troubled by irregularity, take Correctol available at drug counters everywhere. discussing his status with tin attorney-general's department. Although there is ,a "sensiti vity" involved in the situation Mr. Day said it should no prevent him from retaining tin position. He was chairman of the three-man censorship boarc John Nicholson, a member the board, is acting chairman and the other member is Mis Mary Nicolson. Mr. Howard said the decisioi that Mr. Day not return wa arrived at between Mr. Da; and the government. Murder Trial Witness Gets Vibrations LOS ANGELES (AP) Linda Kasabian, nearing conclu sion of her key prosecution tes timony in the Sharon Tale mur- der trial, told here how she received "vibrations from the universe." "It's sort of like when you get down on your knees and pray and you wait for an said Mrs. Kasabian. The vibrations, she said, told her "that to be here now testify- ing is the will of God." The green-eyed Mrs. Kas- abian, her sandy-colored hair falling softly to her shoulders, sighed frequently dining redi- rect cross-examination. She ap- peared disappointed when her 17th day on the stand ended Tuesday with more questions to come. Irving Kanarek, third of fora- defence lawyers to cross-exam- ine her, hammered away at Mrs. Kasabian's use of the term vibrations. Mrs. Kasabian had testified that clan leader Charles Manson ,vas communicating with her in :he courtroom through vibra- ions. She said she received them from others as well. Earlier, Paul Fitzgerald rep- resenting Patricia Krenwinfcel, 22, elicited testimony from Mrs. Casabian, 21-year-old mother of wo, that her son, born in Vlarch, could have been fath- ered by any of five men, includ- ing Manson. But she said she believes her lusband, Robert, fathered the )aby, Angel. "I saw my hus- >and in my child's face when it was she said. Manson, 35, and three women followers are charged with mur- der-conspiracy in the slayings of Miss Tate and six others last August. Mrs. Kasabian, also chafged in the crimes, was granted immunity from pros- ecution fop her testimony impli- cating the defendants. Kananaskis Area Draws No Bids EDMONTON (CP) The Al- srta govern ment received 2S.538 in a sale of petroleum and natural gas reservations ut there were no hids for par- els of land offered in the con- roversial Kananaskis Lakes egion. C h i e tain Development Co. vtd. paid the highest price of for acres in the 'ordegg area, 64 miles north- of Red Deer. The Kananaskis region south- >est of Calgary, one of six par- els offered, has been recom- lended by conservationists for esignations as ft wilderness area. Wilderness officials have aid the Alberta government lould not accept tenders for atural resource development n lands that could be set aside wilderness areas. APPOINTMENT Gordon G. Palerson, President of College Mercury, is pleased to anounce the appointment of Guy J. Peloquin as Manager at College Mercury. Guy is very well qualified to look after your automobile's service requirements. Having spent 11 Vi years in the auto- motive service field with his last position being assistant Service Manager in Winnipeg. Guy is a married man and has one child. He extends a warm welcome lo all our service customers and eagerly looks forward to being of service to the general motoring public. We at College Mercury, like you the public, extend a warm welcome to Guy and his family. 6th AVENUE 6th STREET, 19th STREET t 3rd AVENUE, LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA Service Dept. 6th Avenue and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 EATON'S Recheck Your Eaton "Back-to-School" Sale Flier Sale Continues Through Saturday, August 22nd. Filing Cabinets Exciting value here on these 4-drawer filing cabinets that would be suitablo for home or office. All steel construction and welded throughout. Baked on ename! finish, metal drawer pulls, lock that rpcks all 4 drawers. Grey or Desert Sand colours. 4-Drawer Letter Size. Ord. 73.95-Save 10.06. SALE, each 4-Drawer Legal Size. Ord 82.95-Save 9.06. SALE, each 63 73 2-Drawer Filing Cabinets A well constructed all metal filing cabinet that's just the "ticket" home or office use. Two drawer letter size. Tan colour. SALE, each for Office Stand A heavy duly sfand that would have many practical uses around the office. top and stands 27" high. Complete with heavy duty cas- ters for easy moving. Ord. 52.00.. .save 12.05. SALE, eoch Personal File A dandy file for all your personal letters and notes. Grey metol. In- dividually boxed with index lock and key. Approximate size SALE, each Stationery, Lower Floor Stenographer's Posture Chair 3. Has 19 1" Binders Ordinarily 26.95 Savs 7.06. A well constructed office chair at a special sale saving. Has_adjust- able padded seat. Swivel frame. Choose from beige or grey colour. Handy to have in the home, too. SALE, each Stationery, lower Floor Hurry for these binders they are bound to go qu.ickly at this pricing. A well con- structed 3-ring vinyl binder in assorted, colours. SALE, each School Supplies, Lower Floor 59' Young Men's, Boys1 Wearables Half-Price Young Men's Knit Shirts Regular 6.00 you save 3.00. We've taken these knit shirts right from our regular stock and marked them to half the regular pricing for quick clearance. Novelty pattern on white or colour background. 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