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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlllirwloy, December 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 Oddities in the 'News KI5NYON, Minn. (AP) After four months on the job, Police Chief Tom Rlair has been fired by the city council IT handing out too many, traf- fie tickets. Residents of the ber community in southeast- ern Minnesota complained, and .Mayor Clarence Dahlrai .said: "If Blair caught someone going through a stop sign he gave them a ticket, and we just aren't used to that around here." Blair said there had been a BUCKIN' THE TRAFFIC This seven-point buck was second-best in a collision with an aoto driven by Bob Magouirk, Denison, Tex. The deer went through the wind- shield and landed in the front seat with Magou-rik, who suffered minor cuts on the face and body. The accident occured on highway 75 north of Denison. Holding one of the antlers of the dead 'deer is officer Sammy Brown of Grayson County, Tex. 1 Opt'nilic soprano in fall LONDON (AP) OperaUc soprano Marie Collier was killed today in a fall from her fourth- floor apartment in Uie heart ot London. She was 44. Police said they were investi- gating but did not suspect foul play. Miss Collier rocketed to star- dom in when she replaced Maria Callas in a Covent Gar- den production of Tosca. JUiss Collier was born in Aus- tralia, sang with opera compa- nies there, and in 1956 joined the Covent Garden company. She was married to Victor Vorweg. an engineer, and had three sons and a daughter. 50-per-ccnt drop in accidents in Kenyon since he started issuing more tickets. MILWAUKEE (APi Mrs. Robert S'aimders, who said her husband has been niissing since he out the door in in search of a beer, was granted a divorce Tues- day on grounds of desertion. Judge .Maurice Kprackcr, referring to Milwaukee as "beer capital of the said: "It shouldn't take nine years to gel beer in Milwau- kee." BOSTON (API Philip Loomis told a district coiul judge here he accepted a dare to jump through a plate glass window. It's costing him a SIM fine, SSQO for damages, and a number of stitches to sew up several cuts. Loomis, 23, was fined by Judge Elijah Adlow. The judge also ordered him to pay S500 to the Charles Street drugstore as restitution for the broken window and im- posed a three-month sus- pended jail sentence. CAUSED DEATHS The three leading causes of death in Canada in 1968 were ctrculatoiy diseases, turr.ors, and diseases of the nervous sys- tem and tensory organs. engagement Ring Wedding Bond 45 Engagement Ring Wedding Band j 45 Engagement Ring Wedding Band _.i 60 Engagement Ring Wedding Band Engagement Ring Wedding Band 35 Engagement Ring Wedding Bond ...1 75 engagement Ring Wedding Bond 40 CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SHOWROOM 2 Ave. and 8 Street S. OK LOT 2 Ave. and 9 Street S. Phone 327-3147, 327-3148 IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4fh Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 VI Q- 2 52 rt CD CD 5 -i a_ a. CD Irt I O 1- L g- CD O CD O 3 D- 00 ;