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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta President Tito has warned provincial nationalists who want to break up the Yugoslav federation lie would use the army to thwart them. Tito, speaking in Ihe central Yugoslav town of Hudo, said the army is ready "to defend thought the practice should be stopped. The debate on whether police sliould Ire in the bedrooms of the country still goes on but they -..'ere in one in Moose Jaw last August and goofed. Douglas Kimaschiik was charged with possession of hashish for the purposes of traf- ficking, and in court witnesses testified he was at home alone Aug. 12 when RCMP conducted a search and found the drug in a bedroom. Judge H. W. Pope asked the police witnesses in district court whose bedroom it was and he was told they did not know. He acquitted Kimaschuk. Japan's rapeseed tariff removal sought fov Ottawa PRESIDENT TITO Would use army the achievements of our revolu- tion inside the country, if ne- cessary." "If it comes to the he added, "the army is here. That should be known at all." Tito said the recent upsurge of nationalism has been crashed in Croatia, where Communist party leaders were purged and hundreds of student demonstra- tors arrested. However, he said a strong hand still is needed against "class among them some educationists who led students astray. Former prime minister John Dicfctibaker, a spry 76 has ac- quired a 19-year-old executive assistant to help him in his parliamentary duties. SCEII O'Sullivan of Hamilton, who turns 20 New Year's Day, said he will take un his new job early next month. Mr. O'Sullivan is pest presi- dent of the Ontario Young Pro- gressive Conservative Associa- tion and has known Mr. Dicfen- baker since 19S3. He succeeds Keith Martin, who was recently, named exe- cutive-director of the Manitoba party. Lord Slonhain. a Labor party politician who once startled the House of Lords by reading aloud list of callgirls' telephone numbers died in London. He was 68. Stonham WES made a life peer in 1958. Soon afterward he read out the girls' telephone numbers which he had collect- ed from advertisements during a walk through London's Soho entertainment centre. He OTTAWA The govern- ment is negotiating with Japan to have Japan's tariff on rape- i cents a moved, Otto Lang, minister re- sponsible for the wheat heard, told the Commons. "Our objective would he to have that tariff reduced to as low a figure as Mr. Lang told John Diefenbaker (PC "I have in mind a zero figure." Mr. Diefenbaker said general- izations won't help the Western rapeseed farmer. Unless the Japanese and United States tar- iffs on rapeseed are removed, it would (ontinue to pile up on the Prairies. Mr. Lang said the tariff was foremost in his conversation with Japanese officials recently. Stop sales of baby teethers OTTAWA (CP) Some brands of plastie, jelly-filled baby teethers sold in Canada are contaminated by harmful micro-organisms, the consumer affairs department said today. Iji a news release, the depart- ment said the contaminated products are marketed under two trade names, Baby Gem and Angel Wear. They are translucent plastie in the shape of knives, forks, spoons, pretzels, triangles and rings and are filled with colored jelly. One of the dominant harmful micro-organisms has been iden- tified as pseudomonas aerugi- nosa, a species which may harm damaged mucous tissue and cause eye infections. The manufacturers, Algy Gale Co. Ltd. of Montreal and E. P. Chester Co. Ltd. of Port Credit, Out., have acted to notify their customers, and sales have been stopped, the department said. It said the products are sold throughout Canada in numerous retail outlets, including drug- stores, for about 50 cents. The department urged par- ents who have purchased these teethers to immerse them in boiling water for 15 minutes be- fore using them. Quake-proof houses MOSCOW (Reuter) The So- viet Union lias designed a fac- tory to build earthquake-proof houses in Chile, Tass news agency said Friday. It said the plant would produce annually 53 four-storey, large-panel houses capable of withstanding eight- point earthquakes on the 12- point scale. TERMS CASH CLOTHING STORE AUCTION SALE VAUXHALL, ALBERTA (NEXT TO CORONA HOTEL) WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29-1 p.m. i. 30-10 a.m. NO RESERVE Having received instructions from Mr. Merv Nattrass who has decided to cease operations In the sale of men's and ladies' wenr will offer the following articles for sale by Public Auction: MEN'S WEAR Complete lines of brand name clothing, GWG work nnd dress clothes, Caravan western shirts, etc. Stockings, gloves. While Ram sv.'eders, HIckoek sport shirts and lies, work boots, Leckie, Kodiak, etc.; Longhorn cowboy boots, runners, dross shoos, rubber boots, rubbers, overshoes; coats, jackets, vests. Quantity other articles too numerous to STORE EQUIPMENT Numerous display tables, Mackaskey adding machine, General Electric chairs, desks, shoe racks etc. BUILDING AND LOT Lot 25' x MO'. Building 24'xl20', Full basement. Subject to prior sole. Selling price subject to approval by owner. MISCELLANEOUS Assorted no I ions. Bui tons, thread, yard goods, ribbon, loco, wrapping paper, crochet thread, etc. Numerous other articles. LADIES' WEAR GWG hot pants, housecoats, [tickets, nylons, '.hoor., slippprs, winter boots, overshoes, etc. Exquisite hi as., etc. Many other articles too numerous to It was also discussed with other countries. "When there is good news to be announced, I will let Ihe know." Writer defects BONN (Reuters) A promi- nent Romanian novelist, Nicolas Brcban, 37, who failed to return home after attending the Cannes film festival in May, has applied for West German citi- zenship, his brother said in Mu- nich. Ereban, a deputy member of the Romanian Communist par- ty's central committee, was editor-in-chief of the magazine Literary Romania until he sent his resignation from Paris in August. r SENTENCE COMMUTED Eddie Tinslcy, alias Clif- ford Crane, reflects at Balti- more after he does not have tu return to North Carolina to complete a jail term. Tinslt'y, now 60, lied a work gang three decades ago and lived under an assumed name until his identity was discovered last weelt. Producer's newspaper ad raps car NEW YORK Pro- ducer David Merrick placed a two-line ad at the bottom of the front page of Ihe New York Times that read; "My Chrysler Imperial is a pile of Merrick." Mcrrick himself was out of the country for the holidays, but his advertising account ex- ecutive, Fred Golden, said the producer bought the S70 agate- type ad to show "how stinking" the car is. The four year old car's major shortcoming, Golden said, is that it "stops dead in traffic while the key's still in the ignition." Chrysler officials were not immediately available for com- ment. Monday, December 27, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 166, in no rush to die MOSCOW (Renter) I Mil recently, S h i r a 1 i Mislimov was a shepherd. Now, at Ihe age of ICO, he finds it difficult to manage large hmls. These days, Mislimov tends his orchard and walks a lot. "I never hurried in my he said in an interview reported by the Soviet Tass news agency. "And I am in no hurry to die." Mislimov, who said was born in h'105 and is Ihe oldest person in the Soviet Union, lives in the highland village of ISerzava in Azerbai- jan, on the west side of Ihe Caspian Sea, at an altitude of feet. He believes are two sources of long life. "One source is given by na- ture is fresh moun- tain air, water from springs, fruit of the earth, tranquillity and calmness in nature, mild and warm highland climate. "The second source is in people. He lives long to whom life is joy, who does not envy others and does not har- malice, who sings a lot and cries little, who gets up at dawn and goes to bed at dusk, who likes to work and knows how to enjoy a good time. Mislimov's favorite foods are milk, cheese, vegetables and fruit, lie said he eats a little meat and "I never sit down to a meal before I am hungry." HAIR DEFINED SINGAPORE (AP) The ed- uction ministry says long hair means locks that reach the eyes in front or the top of a normal slihl collar in and it's not to pel-milted on students at government vocational schools. CHILDREN'S AND BABIES' WEAR Savage shoos, Longhorn cowboy boots, overshoes, boots, etc. Shirts, pants, underwear, stockings, coals, hats, belts, rompers, sweaters, rtc. Also numerous other articles. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. Merv Naltrass has been in the clothing business in Vouxhcifl area for 20 years. Tile articles offered for sale are oil popular brand names, popular sizes and latest of fashions. Wo ask you to attend this salo for your clothings noodi for all the family. SALE CONDUCTED BY Mammon and Oseen Auction Service TURIN, ALBERTA JERRY MAMMON licence No. 406 Phono 738-4.'MO ALBERTA DEAN OSEEN licnncn No. 611 Pliono 739-2185 TURIN, ALBERTA ER 28-29-30-31 WHITE SWAN- TOiLETTiSSUE KKL-SHE PRICE Choose fiom your :UJOLL Country and Western. tisten- _ _ in? Pop Hurry, while 4-0AYS GML.Y they latt! Chrisfmas rHiis- KKafc -ii Decorations t-i COFlDUROYPANTS MfN'SlOO'.fJYIOH'" WORK SOCKS KRESGE PRICE PRINTED COTTON KRESGE PRICE M YDS. FOR I Paislay and Floral Pal'erns BULK CAMBRIDGE ASSORTMENT 770 IB. English chocolates individually wrapped. DEFLECTO PRINTED FLANELETTE YD. 0 Striped, Floral and Kiddies' patterns. ROCK FLOWER KRESGE PRICE___ 1 Doll comes with PANT HANGERS 12x'.r-PKG.OF5 FACECLOTHS raffi WWPKG WHILE THEY LASI! DON'T MISS THIS! KRISSE BATH TOWEL MI PRE-CUT LENGTHS BIG VAIUE PKG. OF 133 ENVELOPES LETTER PAD KKESGE PRICE. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M TO 6 P.M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. CllARGI'X J ;