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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WEAR NEW LABELS Tom Burgess, leff and Hugh Shea, shifted the balance of power in Newfoundland politics when both joined Ihe Liberals. Mr. Burgess, former New Labrador Parfy chief, also is running for the Liberal leadership. Mr. Shea said he loft the Progressive Con- servafives because he had no faith in 1he government. Troops "ivcnt, inlo shock' Find in cave WASHINGTON (AIJ) A former United Slates Army ptaloon leader in Vietnam Ics- Li f icd yc.slcrday his men "went into .shock" when an army ammunition box cached in a cave was found lo contain in S50 bills. "I had a hard lime trying lo command the Dan W. Dorsey told the U.S. coutl of claims. "They were definitely ex- cited about splitting up the money for their own personal lie said. "All 1 could do was lo say soldiers do not use U.S. currency in Vietnam.'1 Dorsey, now an assistant, manager of a clothing store in Minneapolis. Minn., teslified for the government in opposi- tion to the claim of Donald W Morrison of Monroenlle, Ga., who says he found the money and should gel it back. The ca.se pivots around the of put l.fie 17 S. money in .he rave. Col. IJL'iin Sclmoor, a lieutenant-colonel when lit1 was operations officer over Dorsey and Morrison in mld- [old the court neither be nor any of h's men bad at- tempted lo Iind nut who !ud owned tin.- money. EXi'umiNG t.w; Morrison, now 24 and wurk- inft for the Geurftia stale high- way dcparlmcnl, said he and other soldiers weic exploring a rock cave and had found some Vietnamese piasters and some papers with Oriental writing on ii. He said Dorsey, the platoon leader, ordered the soldiers out of the cave and on to exploration of other caves. was almost Morri- son testified. "I just happened (o my rinsliliffltL up and about 10 feet I could see halt' of a can slicking out. J JioJJered for (htm lo come back because I'd found a can.'1 He said lie lifled up a SouUi Vietnamese scout to reach the can which haj about three feet of rope (icrl to its handle. "He handeti the can to Morrison said. "1 sat douii and opened i'. up. All I conM see were S30 bills in three stacks.'' He said Dorsey gave money to the company com- mander. The case continues. BLOOD CONTENT Adult humans contain about V2 pints of blood. He's back in business CALVARY i CM) _ Jeweller Tom McArthur was back in bus- iness today afif obtaining a court injunction prohibiting de- velopers from closing one of the routes lo his shop entrance. Mr. MacArlhiir claimed he was locked mil when Hie Royal Hold closed last weekend and the lobby, through which his shop is usually entered, was shut to oulsidrrs. The injunclioj] v. as granted by Chief Juslico .1. V. II. Mil- vain of AlberlH Supreme Court. Mr, lUcArlhui .said he has a lease which docs not expire un- j Ul 1977 but Ihe building is sched- uled for dem'jliiion soon to make way for a 37-sloroy office and commercial building. Friday, February 4, 1975 THE 1ETHBBIDGE HEBA1D 9 Princess lives in Canada -and site's happy about il EAHLY DISCOVERY The human sys- tem was fir.sl discovered in Ifilli. TORONTO (CTj "Just say I am a housewife and hiippy to be in this marvellous country where 1 am left in peace." The housewife was Princess Maria Louise, 117-year-old sis- ter of King Simeon II, pre- tender lo the Uulgarian throne Dial uas abolished the Second World War. She is married to a Toronto busi- nessman and lives quietly in a wcll-lo-do suburban neigh- borhood. Princess Maria is among a group of members of Euro- pean nobility found in a To- ronto Star survey to be living in Ihe metropolitan area. Oth- ers arc a prince, four counls and two barons. The Count of Czachi. whose (smily once owned Hun- garian acres nnd a large house in Budapest, fieri to Canada after the I95G Hungar- ian revolution. Now 40, he is a -w c c k assembly-line in an u u L o m o b i 1 c plant. The newspaper does net identify the prince, the other three counts or the barons. Sailor cleared of killing AUCKLAND. i Renter) British sailor Philip Goodcn- ough, 24, was acquitted today of murder. Goodenough, a cook trom Berkshire, had been charged with fellow seaman David Evans, 21, with murdering Ross Ilawley, a Canadian, in Auck- land last Aug. '2n. Both men. from Ihe Royal anti submarine frigate Danae. denied the charge. A FREE SHOPPING SPREE If you shopped at MACLEODS on JANUARY 7th YOU'RE A WINNER! MACLEODS REMEMBER: YOU CAN ALSO USE YOUR DEC. 7TH SALES SUPS TO SHOP DURING THE GIGANTIC CLEAR-OUT SALE AT MARSHALL-WELLS. LOCATION 318 6TH STREET S. A WINNER SHOP'n SAVE AT CLEODS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL LETK3RIDGE ;