Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THI IHHHIDCI HttAlD Mrwiry 1, SMALL SURVIVAL RATE In cases irbere cancer trtat-jMct began late, ocly 8 per cent Hi the men tod IT per cent at the n'omen survived five years, i British survey conducted in 1961 CARE An offfeul (ovenmtat in Bdfnde uid vbate meat, coconuts dust -none of them notably plentiful in exportable this vtar irithnit CORPORATION Ceytoa't Mdalyt (omnuKBt bw a piai to create a million atateowned skipping corporation to counter kv creana in commercial shipping POWER If adopted, a nuclear energy bill being submitted toon to Norway's parliament would dear the way for putting Norway's first nuclear power plant into operation by CHINA TIES TOKYO (ReoUr) three major opposition jointly agreed today to submit a reaolution to the current ptrlia-mentanr aeadoa urging noiwl-iutioa of SinfrJapaneae jtflted MONACO (Reuter) Parts of the French Riviera, including and Cannes, were jolted by a light earth tremor Monday, the seismologtcal observatory reported. K was the fourth tremor within a month. Solo yachtsman Sir Francis Chichester, sailing the ketch Gipsy Moth V, apparently has failed in his bid to cross the Atlantic at a rate of 200 miles a day. His son Giles, 24, said in Lon- don that the last he heard was Saturday when Sir Francis had 870 miles of his mile journey to complete. He is sail- ing from West Africa to Cen- tral America. Sir Francis could not do it by Monday, the deadline for es- tablishing what he calls the four minute mile of yachting, Giles said. The 96 year old British mariner is expected in San Juan del North, Nicaragua, late Wednesday or early Thurs- day. If he completes the crossing SIR FRANCIS Fails in bid in 24 days, he will have aver-' aged 166 miles a a a meeting of GM's boan A tape recording directors, is effective April to Eldridge Cleaver says Panthers have placed Dr. 51, who recently othy Leary and his wife in on the White House tective custody in Algeria on air pollution, will serve cause "LSD has destroyed a vice-president at GM. ability to make The tape, broadcast over Democratic Party lead- Pacifica Foundation's T. C. Douglas says he in- KPFA FM at Berkeley, to run for parliament in said the Panthers have next federal election if the drawn support from the of his constituency wan chedelic of Leary once was "His mind has been blown Douglas Anthony, 41, the tape been elected as leader o Australian Country part; Ernest Starkman, an succeeds Sir John McEwen. ity on air pollution caused has retired. auto exhaust, has been a farmer from to head General Motors New South Wales, will new department of deputy prime minister tal the coalition government The appointment, the Liberal party. Despicable LONDON (AP) ways of outwitting im- blondes in bikinis are on authorities. The re- unhappy Pakistanis are is fat profits. Police say den below. Their boat outfits make nearly past the coast guard a year. lands at a lonely illegal immigrants The ship is a typical face blackmail. The channel "ferry service" threaten to tip off by smugglers. They deal unless the aliens what one prosecutor protection money. "the most despicable trade favorite trick is to make the of human boat trips look like The smugglers often find pleasure cruises. coast guard with a of binoculars, a telephone an old radio set can't A( much about an immigrant boasts a German who says he runs a profitable ring. have a few blondes on deck in an' He charges to an immigrant. Sikhs, whose reli- requires turbans am beards, pay the most because they arouse suspicion. PUBLIC SHOCKED EDMONTON (CP) smashing oi one ring million innovative the British public program introduced last year details of 40 Indians provide accommodation cowering in a basemen low-income families was arriving in a cattle received by builders who found their projects smugglers drew jail H. Keith Morley of Toronto up to seven years. De- t< on how the scheme Mr. Morley, president came out in the tria Richard Costain (Canada) by fellow Punjab vil- delegates at the who sold land and jew- ana Urban Development to raise the money, the In- ciation convention that paid each as down was some confusion created Later they were cause of a lack of guidelines to pav the Central Mortgage and Indians flew by airline ing Corp. New Delhi to Hamburg, "This may well have been Germany. Taxi drivers, deliberate policy, but it on the racket, found them a hardship on many lodgings. weeks of waiting, they The major problem was herded into the hold of a lack of time for builders to fishing ship, then pare land, plans and at sea to a fishing tions before starting their which brought them to jects, he English coastal site. "But the conclusion was cattle truck took them to low-cost housing is both where they were sary and ifl a basement. After Herbert Hignett, CMHC arrested the smugglers den'., sai the program will Indians were deported. continued this year, but Englishman arrested in with a little less two weeks ago was He said the results of the of flying Pakistanis program still are being night from an airport near ated but that initial surveys to remote fields in dicated good response from He allegedly charged velopers, builders ami the lo 52.400 a person say as many as Mr. Hignett said less liian immigrants have en- per cent o( the families Britain, illegally since into the houses were passed in 1962 to under the program had an influx of persons from viously owned a home. "This like India and Paki- an encouraging Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one Tnny lope pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs iittiejJJust eo to your drugstore and ask for Naran. 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