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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Dotember 23, 1971 THS LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Calgary regiment next for Cyprus CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary based Lord Strathcona's Horse will be the next Cana- dian armed forces unit to par- ticipate in United Nations peacekeeping duties in Cyprus. The unit, commanded by Ll.- Col. James A. Fox of Mahney Bay, N.S., will take over the Canadian peacekeeping role in April from the 2nd Battalion Royal 22nd Regiment. The Royal 22nri has been serving in Cyprus since Octo- ber. The six-month tour of duty for the Lord Strathcona's Horse, from April to Septem- ber, will be its second Cyprus assignment. A squadron of the regiment served in Cyprus from October, 1964, to March, 1965. The Calgary unit has also served with the United Nations emergency force in the middle East. Squadrons formed part of the UN contingent which INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 manned the demarcation line between Israel and Egypt in 1961 and 1963. After completing a tour of duty in Gettnany between 196ii and 1970 the regiment returned to Calgary where it has teen training in a light armored reconnaisance role. The Lord Strathcona's Horse will become part of the seven- nation United Nations force fa Cyprus. Othei countries contri- buting lo the force are Aus- tralia, Austria, Denmark, Eng- land, Finland, and Sweden. Ire- land recently withdrew its con- tingent. Health spas get warning REGINA (CP) Attorney- general Roy Romanow today warned health spas and similar keep-fit operations the govern- ment will come up with legislation" as soon as possible to control them. "This type of endeawor is just not welcome in Saskatch- Mr. said af- ter reading reports that Palm Springs Health Spa in Regina had closed its doors, leaving paid-up members without ser- vices. In recent weeks in Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Saskatoon, health spas have closed without any notification or reimbursement to members. WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKIOAD SALE FRESH FISH AND SEAFOOD Will be held at FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 From to p.m. GET YOUR SEAFOODS NOW FOR HOLIDAY RECIPES Diplomatic sources said at United Nations that Kent State University had offered UN Secretary General U Thant a distinguished profes- sorship with plenty of time to write. Thant will retire Dec. 31. The president of the uni- versity, Glenn Olds, is a friend of his and is a former U.S. representative on the UN Eco- nomic and Social Council. Gov. Ryokiclii Minolie of Tok- yo said in Tokyo he gained the impression during a visit to China last month that the country is seriously preparing for war wilh the Soviet Union. Minobc, speaking to the For- eign Correspondents Associa- tion, said he toured an air raid shelter in Peking and was told underground shelters are being built to accommodate the capi- tal's entire population, estimat- ed at seven million. A Czechoslovak stunt flyer, Lailislav Bezak, whose aerial acrobatics outwitted a pursuing Mig fighter plane, was.granted political asylum, West German authorities said in Nuernberg. Bezak brought his family from Prague recently in a sin- gle-engined plane after zig-zag- ging to escape the pursuing Czecholovak jet and then div- ing for safety in a cloud bank. Wayne PhUbrick, 23, a form- er lineman for Hamilton Tiger- Cats of the Canadian Football League, pleaded guilty in pro- vincial court in Hamilton to cultivating marijuana. The 75 pounds of marijuana found on his farm near here was worth about if sold on the street, court was told. Philbrick was remanded in custody to Jan. 5 for a pre-sen- tence report. Philbrick voluntarily resigned from the Hamilton team shortly after his arrest. Prince Alexander of Yugo- slavia, who said he would rath- fir be an officer in Britain's army than claim his late fath- er's throne, announced his en- gagement in London to Prin- hDr. U THANT Offered job cess Maria Gloria of Brazil. The princess is the eldest daughter of Prince Pedro of Or- leans Braganza, claimant to the Brazilian throne. Prince Alexander said last year after his father, King Peter of Yugoslavia, died to the United States that he would pre- fer to retain his British citizen- ship rather than become his country's ruler in exile. Australia's first aboriginal senator has been placed under a round the clock guard be- cause of' assassination fears, federal Attorney General Ivor Greenwood said in Brisbane. He said Senator Neville Bon- ner, elected six months ago, federal Aboriginal Affairs Director B. G. Dexter, and Queensland director P. J. Kil- loran are all under guard fol- lowing discovery of what is al- leged to be a "black power" death list. Fire victim named SALMON ARM, B.C. (CP) RCMP yesterday identified Danny Eugene Niemie, 7, as the boy killed in a rooming house fire here. old style his style A mighty man was he-with a mighty thirst to match. His style? Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner! The beer big enough to quench a thirst that was hammered out of heat and fired in the forge. Beer slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest old-time flavour. Old Style Pilsner: you can't beat it! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE- FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE 5th Avenue Mayor Magrath Lethbridge, Alberta COMPLETE LUNCH MONDAY THRU SUNDAY DEC. 20-26, 1971 39 EIEVEH 7-ELEVENWICH-HOAGIE SANDWICH Oh Thetnk Meaven for OLD DUTCH LUNCH BOX SIZE POTATO CHIPS 12 OZ. CAN OF SODA POP 7-ELEVENMCH SANDWICHES ARE MADE FRESH DAILY FOR SNACKS AND LUNCHES' ;