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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHMIDGE HEUAID Friday, February M. 1W1 Police stop Queen's car Nixon flirts ivith war WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor George S. McGovern said Thursday President Nixon is flirting with a third world war SENATOR McGOVEBN and daring China to enter the Indochina war by his stepping j up of the United States bombing i in Laos and Cambodia. M c G o v e r n, South Dakota Democrat and an announced 1972 presidential candidate, con- demned Nixon's "talking glibly about bombardment of North and sending heavy air strikes into Laos. He told a news conference that Nixon may well bring China into the conflict by these actions. If so, McGovem said, the president will be risking not just thousands of American lives but millions. McGovern called the bombing barbaric. think he's given up on a po- litical decision, given up on ne- gotiations in McGovern said, and again is dreaming of a military victory. Concorde's future looks good PARIS (Reuter) French and British ministers examined the future of the Anglo-French supersonic airliner Concorde Thursday and expressed satis- faction. They said they were pleased by the favorable results of work on the prototypes, discounted a recent accident and announced that production will not be af- fected by the financial collapse of Rolls-Royce, which is making Concorde's engines. Transport Minister Jean Cha- mant of France and Aviation- Supply Minister Frederick Cor- field of Britain set the ground- work for an intergovernmental meeting March 29 to decide if Concorde has a viable future. Detroit nun sniper victim DETROIT (AP) A Roman Catholic nun who taught the mentally retarded was killed Thursday when a bullet was fired through her bedroom win- dow at a convent here from an apartment building across the street. Sister Julita Marie Williams, 37, was struck in the right tem- ple by one of two rifle bullets fired through the window, police reported. Police said four persons were taken into custody at a nearby apartment. A .22-calibre rifle, two spent bullet casings, a starter's pistol and suspected narcotics paraphernalia were seized by police. Most of city back to normal REGGIO CALABRIA, Italy (AP) As most of the city began to return to normal today, police battled demonstra- tors in two districts still upset over the naming of a rival city as a regional capital. Elsewhere, many shops re- opened for the first time since Tuesday when Catanzaro was named capital of the Calabrian region, angering residents of Reggio over the loss of prestige and potential government jobs. In Rome, the Chamber of Deputies voted to investigate the violence. stricken with famine NAIROBI (AP) The Ken- yan government is seeking in- ternational assistance in provid- ing relief to nearly ueople stricken by famine caused by a worsening drought. Milk and meat are in short supply. Dirt roads in the north- east are littered with the car- casses of camels and cattle. If the "long" rains fail in March the situation could be- come much worse, officials agree. The present crisis arose because the "short" rains in November and December were scant. .Crowds beat gongs and drums HONG KONG- (Reuter) Cheering crowds beating gongs and drums greeted deposed Cambodian Prince Norodom Si- hanouk as he travelled by train through China today toward the Indochinese frontier. The prince, fresh from a visit to Hanoi and talks with North Vietnamese leaders and the Pa- thet Lao chief. Prince Souphar.- ouvong, is believed to be on a mission to whip up popular sup- port for the Indochinese guerril- las. LONDON (Reuter) Buck- ingham Palace explained Thursday how a car carrying Queen E1 i z a b e t h and her mother was stopped by a po- lice motorcycle patrol on a lonely country road. The incident occurred Sat- urday night as the Queen and the Quesn Mother were re- turning to Windsor Castle from a dinner party in the country. Another post for Russell? WASHINGTON (AP) Inte- rior Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton announced here Fred J. Russell has resigned as inte- rior undersecretary by mutual agreement because Russell does not match Morton's idea of what an undersecretary should be. Morton said it was agreed at the White House that Rusell might be assigned to another post in the Nixon administra- tion. Russell, a California million- aire, told a reporter earlier he submitted his resignation rou- tinely after Morton was con- firmed as ulterior secretary in January. CHAIRMAN DEPARTMENT required by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Edmonton, Alberta This newly established College requires a com- petent educational Administrator to co-ordinate diverse programs for Allied Health, Medical Equipment Tech- nicians, Research Technicians-Behavioral Sciences, En- vironmental Control, Electronics and Computer Techni- cians. Appointment calls for assumption of full-time duties by April 1, 1971. Candidates require Master's degree in engineer- ing or pure science, OR B.Sc. plus relevant experience. Educational experience in instruction, curriculum de- velopment administration preferred. Ability 1o adapt to changing educational methtodologics end to provide creative leadership essential. Apply with full resume by March 1, 1971 to: OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, FILE NO. GrtANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 200-10355 JASPER AVENUE, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. The Buckingham Palace ex- planation came after a Lon- don evening newspaper re- ported that the Queen was an- noyed by the incident and that it had led to a special investi- gation by Scotland Yard of se- curity precautions for the Royal Family. The royal limousine was flashing a blue light when it was stopped by the police- man. The security officer in- side the car explained to the patrolman that the Queen and her mother were inside and the limousine resumed its journey. Police said the patrolman in the area decided to investi- gate when he saw what seemed like an ordinary car travelling with a flashing blue light. CARDINAL TULIP HANOVER, Mass. (AP) The Richard Cardinal Gushing tulip, a yellow blossom with cardinal red dusting, was dedi- cated here at the prelate's grave. More than 800 cuttings of the new flower were displayed in the chapel of the Cardinal Cushing school and training centre, an institution for excep- tional children. The tulip was developed over a 20-year period by Breck's of Boston, a mail order house. National health service plan idea turned down WASHINGTON (Reuter) President Nixon moved Thurs- day to help Americans meet the soaring costs of medical care with a billion program in which employers would be re- quired to provide basic health insurance for their workers. The proposals which he sent to Congress include an increase of billion in government spending to provide better health care for the poor. Nixon rejected the idea of a national health service similar to that in other industrialized countries. Under a nationalized system, he said, only the government would lose when inefficiency crept in or prices escalated. Nixon's proposals, most of which would not go into effect until July are certain to touch off a vigorous national de- bate on health care and how far the government should go to provide health coverage. COST SPLIT Under Nixon's plan requiring employers to provide basic health insurance coverage, costs would be shared by ployers and employees, much as they are in many private plans already operating. For the first 2% years, the employers would have to pay a minimum of 65 per cent and after that 75 per -xni. The em- ployees would pay the remain- der. Nixon's proposal1: include an increase of billion in gov- ernment spending on medical Starts at 10 TABER (HNS) The rec- reation board learned Dr. (Miss) Elsie McFarland, rec- reation director, will discuss summer games and grants structure at 10 a.m. Feb. 24. Recreation board members, di- rectors, leaders and others in- terested will be welcome at the town administration building. ART DSETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 care for the elderly, who al- ready are covered by a national health insurance plan. The balance of about mil- lion dollars in the annual cost to the government of Nixon's pro- posed plan would go for extra medical research and increased financial support for medical schools. Banff skiing rated best OTT.WA (CP) Ski facil- ities at Banff, Alia, were rated best in Canada by a group of Japanese travel agents, photographers and writers, who recently toured the major Canadian ski re- sorts from Quebec City to British Columbia. The Canadian government travel bureau, which sponsor- ed the trip with CP Air, said the tour was designed to help Japanese travel agents plan Japanese skiing excursions to Canada. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFttR FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South INUTB UFFLEH Phone 328-8134 EATON'S SATURDAY SPECIALS Clearance! Electric Ranges One only! White Reg. 179.95. SPECIAL 149.95 One only! Copper Reg. 229.95. SPECIAL 189-95 One only! Copper Reg. 319.95. SPECIAL..................... 249.95 One only! Avocado Reg. 319.95. SPECIAL.................... 249.95 One only! Harvest Gold Re8. 319.95. SPECIAL 249.95 Major Appliances, Second Floor 100.00 Off Quality Piano! Reg. 849.00. One only floor Excellent savings on Mason and Riscli piano with full 88 note keyboard. Has spruce sounding board, five-post back, three pedals. Keyboard cover and ball bearing casters for easy moving. Come early for this one! Pianos, Second Floor n an Risci pi M M %l f Save 4.50! Oval Racing Sets Reg. E.99. Come in with Mom and Dad, Saturday Laquana Oval Racing Sef includes battery powered juice machine, Sizzler car, 16' Hot Strip track, two 180 degree curves, seven poiners, and two trestles. Race 'em and make them climb up the hot oval speedway! SPECIAL, set Toys, Lower Floor Pictures Reg. 8.50 to 36.00! limited quantity only lo be early for best selection! An interesting group of framed pictures for living room, dining room, or den includes landscapes, seascapes, colonial, and ship scenes. Various Gk RQ HD sizes. Choose your favourite at low prices. B% M fC U Pictures, Second Floor SPECIAL Save 70.00! Konica Camera Reg. 269.00. One only! Don't delay Konica Autoreflex has 1.18 52 m metal faced plane shutter. Completely automatic, with over ride selectivity for every type of picture taking conditions. Shutter speeds from 1 second to of a second. SPEC. Cameras, Second Floor 1.18 52 mm lens, 199M Lamps Reg. 12.00 to 57.00! Limited quantity only! Hurry in! Don't be disappointed come early for test selection. Clearance group features table lamps, boudoirs, pole and floor models to highlight your decor, illumine a conversa- Cft M If tion or reading area. Worthwhile savings. wl SPECIAL %jf to Lamps, Second Floor ana rioor n 45 Fastback Bicycles 15.00 Off! Reg. 69.99. Partially assembled fastbacks in new high rise design. Small front wheel is rear wheel, 20x2.125" Three-speed knob gear f M QQ change with mechanical indicator, new safety design pedals, Bfc SL and twin caliper brakes. Yellow 15' frame. SPECIAL, each Sporting Goods, tower Floor Women's Dresses Priced To Save Reg. 22.00 to 40.00. An excellent assortment of stylish dresses taken right from our regular stock and priced to save. Choice of three-quarter and short sleeve styles. Skimmers and shifts in fortrels, crimp knits, arnel jerseys and crepes. Shades of beige, black, green, A M i99 beige, blue and navy. Sizes 10 to 18 and I Bfh to 24V4. SPECIAt, each IW t0 arne jers A M i M Ml Orion Fur Pile Seat Covers Reg. 9.95 each. Great opportunity to give your car interior a new look, excel- lent for summer or winter driving comfort. Two-piece covers in thickly napped Orion pile sale-priced in red, blue, green, black and gold. Fit "V .99 most cars! Front and rear seat styles. Hurry inl M SPECIAt, each I Auto Accessories, tower Floor Women's Dresses, Main Floor Health and Beauty Aid Buys Heod ond Shoulders Shampoo Family size. SPECIAL, each 1.29 Secret Deodorant 5-oz. aerosol spray or 1.5-oz. roll-on. SPECIAL, each 99c Bath Oil, Shampoo or Lotions Assorted. 32-oz. SPECIAL, each 69c Vibra Queen Home Mnssnger SPECIAL, each 7.99 Kindness Instant Hair Setter By Chirol. SPECIAL, each 19.99 Sundries, Lower Floor EATON'S IVERS EATON'S ANNIVERSARY SALE STARTS MONDAY Six Days of Savings Monday Through Saturday, Feb. 22 toFeb 27. Watch for Full Page Listing of Flier Items in Saturday Paper. Big 26-Page Anniversary Sale Flier Will Be in Monday's Paper. BUY LINE 328-8811 SHOP EATON'S TONIGHT UNTIL 9 AND SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO P.M. ;