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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, December 23, 1970 (TV BOY SURVIVES RABIES Six-year-old Matthew Winkler of Ohio, believed lo be the first person in medical hislory to survive rabies, talks with Dr. C. J. Spechshulfe, the attending pediatrician, at a Lima hospital, Spechshulte discussed the case that began Oct. 10 when Matthew was bitten by a rabid bat at his home. The boy will be hospitalized for another month, Jews petition Kremlin MOSCOW (AP) Thirty-one Moscow Jews have petitioned the Soviet parliament to live up to the UN Declaration on Human Rights and allow Soviet Jews to emigrate to Israel. The petition to the Supreme Soviet was made available to correspondents Tuesday, on the eve of the start of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights commemorating the Maccabean victory over Syrian 'tyranny more than years ago. The petition complained that although the Soviet Union sub- scribes to the UIS1 declaration, "most Jews have been refused exit visas despite the legality of cur demands, and with no ex- planation." Other Jewish informants re- ported that the Soviet authori- ties are changing their tactics toward the Jews who want to emigrate. They said an unknown num- ber of Jews have been granted permission to emigrate, but only when an Arab-Israeli set- tlement has been reached. The MVD, the Soviet ministry of in- ternal affairs, is reported to have told them to persuade Is- raeli Premier Gcida Meir to "conclude a peace treaty." Meanwhile, the secret police or KGB has increased its sur- veillance of Jews who have ap- plied for visas. The KGB re- cently called in about 20 Mos- cow Jews and advised them to discontinue their efforts to leave Russia. Otherwise their "lives will be they were told. Breadless holiday for Scots GLASGOW (AP) It will be a breadless Christmas for most of Scotland. Bakery truck drivers in Glas- gow, on strike fcr more pay for the last six weeks, ordered the bread famine strike to spread to every major city in Scotland. The Glasgow strike has been so effective that bakers have been thrown out of work, thousands of housewives haven't seen a toaf for six weeks, and a thriving black market in bread has sprung up, with buyers pay- ing up to double the usual price of 22 cents a loaf. Bread has been driven into Scotland from cities 300 miles away in England. The drivers are demanding a raise of a week on their basic pay of The bakeries have offered half the amount. Sihanouk's son in custody PHNOM PENH (AP) Cam- bodian military police today ar- rested Norodom Ranarith, son of ousted head-of-state Prince Naratipo, and a daughter, Noro- dom Botum Bopha, were set free today after charges cf anti-government activities were dropped. Norodom Sihanouk, after cap- j The sources said Norodom tured terrorists implicated him Ranarith, a professor of law at in recent bomb blasts, military police sources said. Sources also said that another of Sihanouk's sons, Norodom Phnom Penh University, was named as paymaster for terror- ists who set off bombs in the city. Hitler, Mao, edge Nixon iii wax horror role vote LONDON (Renter) Hitler and Mao Tse Tung only barely beat President Nixon and Vice-President S p i r o Agnew on a roll of hcrror drawn up by patrons at Lon- don's famous Madame Tus- satid's waxworks. Results released Tuesday showed the United States president u-as votcri fourth on the hate and fear list com- piled by .'1.500 visitors to the exhibition last month. Agnew was lumped with'Count Dra- cula and British Prime Minis- arena a I Si. A11H.TI. ST. ALHKRT H'A': A S135.0CO arena, complete with a: ificial ice plant, will open in this community just north of Saturday. i It is the first skating rink in Ihc community m n.im) and wv-is p a r i i a I i v financed j through a a'. from the jmivinrial government, j ter Edward Heath in fifth place. Hitler was placed first, fol- lowed by Mao and British right-wing politician Enoch Powell. Favorites in the section ti- tled politics were the late U.S. President Kennedy, followed by Sir Winston Churchill, Is- raeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, U.S. Senator Robert Kennedy and the late civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. Top of the courage and en- terprise section was astronaut Neil Armstrong followed, by scientist Albert Einstein. In entertainment singer Frank Sinatra was the winner. Actress Elizabeth Taylor headed the beauty and glamor section, with adrcss Sophia Lorcn second and actress Ita- qucl Welch, third. Under hero or heroine of all time Sir Winston Churchill came first, followed by Jesus Christ. John Kennedy, Admi- ral Horatio Nelson and Joan of Arc-. The vote for the over-all top figure in tb.i ir.u.scum went lo Winston Churchill. at Baton's Christmas is for People Last Minute ift Suggestions Pretty Cardigan Sweaters Always a welcome addition to her wardrobe a new, cosy cardigan. Wools and acrylics in a choice of lace'y and fancy stitch pattterns. Fashion colours of white, pink, aqua, blue. 00 4 M .00 A lovely gift idea. J EACH.................. to 1 Sportswear, Main Floor Frilly, Feminine Gowns Jewellery In Many Moods A New Handbag-A Great Gift From clever, modern costume items to glamour luxury jewellery gift ideas for every woman on your1 list. Costume pins, earrings, ropes, collars, rings, Glamorous rhineslones, ster- ,M Qfl QQ ling silver and goldTilled 1 S pieces. EACH........... to Jewellery, Main Floor Sleepwear that pampers These gowns are available ii length styles. Dainty lace trim; shades of pink, lilac, aqua, lime and black. _ EACH V her love both waltz and and favorite femi 1 q to I W .00 Lingerie, Main Floor Dainty Nylon Tricot Slips Delightfully dressy to trimly tailored these fine quality nylon tricot slips are truly luxury lingerie. Lavish lace trims, some anti-static styles, all with ad- justable straps. White or fifi 00 nude in sizes 32 to 42. fi II EACH W to I W Lingerie, Main Floor Every woman enjoys a new handbag and this select ion caters to all tastes. Genuine and simulated popular wet look, or teen-age favorite suede shoulder strap styles. QQ QQ Large range of colors, sizes, shapes. EACH lo Handbags, Main Floor White Blouse Selection Wear-with-all white blouses in both dressy and tailored styles. Ail feature long sleeves and button fronts, assorted collars. Choose er-sy-care Arnel or blend. Sizes QQ rf A 00 32 to 38. Sure-to-pleasel 5 I I EACH V to IV Blouses, Main Floor Leather Travelling Cases Buy Him Oriental Spice Have travel! Luxurious leather acces- sories to bestow upon the man on your list. Choass fittfed or plain in a wide assortmsnt of styles. Some examples utility cases in 4 ,95 ihree sizes, shoeshining kit.