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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January �, 1971 - THI IETHMIDGE HERALD - RALPH BUNCHE ... In poor shape ; Ralph Bunche, 66, UN undersecretary - general for special political affairs, is in poor condition in a New York hospital. Diplomatic sources said the Nobel Peace Prize winner is suffering breathing difficulties and a worsening of his already poor eyesight. � � � Gov. - elect George C. Wallace has taken as his bride the niece of one of his predecessors in office. The 52-year-old widower married Cornleia Ellis Snively, an attractive 32 - year - old brunette divorcee, in a quiet ceremony at the Trinity Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Ala, Wallace's first wife, the late Lurleen Wallace, succeeded him when his first term ran out in 1967. She died in office 18 months later after a two-year battle with cancer.  * * Alan Goldby's string of bad luck ended at Ottawa when the Canada Manpower office of- fered him a three-month course at a Toronto marine college. The course will enable the 44-year-old British immigrant to accept an offer of a first officer's job with the coast guard. He had British papers but needed a course to get equivalent Canadian papers. The future looked much blacker for Goldby last month. At that time the manpower centre informed him that there were no openings at marine colleges in Halifax, Toronto or Vancouver, His wife was ill, he wasn't able to get a job and he wasn't able to keep up payments on a newly-purchased house. * * * Arch Sullivan, the last reporter in Newfoundland to write his stories in longhand, died in hospital at St. John's after an illness of several months. He was 61. Mr. Sullivan had worked since 1951 as a reporter for radio station CJON and the Newfoundland Herald, a weekly newspaper published by the station. He became well-known in central Newfoundland for his editorials opposing Confederation, which came about in 1949. Mr. Sullivan never used a typewriter or a tape recorder. All his news stories were written with a pencil. *   Gov- Nelson A. Rockefeller, a Republican, has disclosed that in 1968 Hubert H. Humphrey, Democratic candidate for the presidency, asked him to run for vice-president on the Humphrey ticket. Cold kills 75 NEW DELHI (Reuter) - A severe two-week cold spell has caused at least 75 deaths in the northern Indian state of Bihar, the Press Trust of India news agency reported Monday. Oddities in the news Slimming machine kills housewife LONDON (Reuter) - A British housewife died while wired to a home-made slimming machine which worked by converting a cha-cha beat to electrical impulses, an inquest was told here. The machine, built by the husband of the dead woman, 42-year-old Audrey Lewis, was connected to the family's stereo unit which supplied the impulse-making sound. But after evidence by police, an electronics expert and a pathologist, the mystery of what exactly caused her death remained. The coroner left the verdict open. EXPENSIVE KISS JOHANNESBURG (AP) -Bernard Venter, 29, kissed his girl while driving, then crashed into another car at an intersection of this South African city. "This is the most expensive kiss I have heard of," the Judge said here. He sentenced Venter to a $156 fine or 70 days in jail for reckless driving and ignoring a traffic light. CINCINNATI (AP) - Hamilton County, no longer considered rural, has abolished the $4 bounty on foxes after 100 years and all but abolished the practice where crows are concerned. R. A. Anderegg, county administrator, said state law did not permit county commissioners from lifting the 25-cent bounty on crows. To get around that, the commissioners appropriated only $1 for crow bounties and will pay no more after the first four are brought in. TEACHER SNUBBED QUIMPERLE, France (AP) - When Michelle Brunou, ac- companied by a marshal, arrived to teach her class at a private Roman Catholic girls' school, the class walked out. The reason: Mrs. Brunou had married a divorced man. The teacher remained in the classroom for an hour while her 40 students in social family planning stood outside in the cold. They ranged in age from 16 to 18. Mrs. Brunou was discharged after her marriage but won a court decision giving the right to return to her classes. In the classroom, the school director .read a statement from the parents association saying it preferred the girls to continue their class with the teacher who replaced Mrs. Brunou. Further action in the case will be up to the education ministry. BIBLE READING TEST GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) -The generation gap in Bible reading seems to be about 15 hours, the Seventh-Day Ad-ventist Church reports. Adult volunteers took turns reading aloud from the 874,746-word King James Bible as the new year began. At the same time 200 others, most of them teen-agers, began reading from a variety of newer translations. The adult group finished the book at 12:20 p.m. Monday, about 84 hours after the start and 15 hours after the younger group. Church spokesman said modern translations contain fewer words than the King James Bible and younger readers read faster than adults. 11 REVELSTOKE JANUARY SALE 9 BIG DAYS-THURS., JAN. 7th THRU SAT., JAN. 16th vjgft Burlap Board 4-3923 Md *.75 � 4'xR'x4" ..." Plain 4'x8'x4" 71" SKILSAWI ''�hamiBEr'0 January Special .. 3295 si____ w Reg. January Special .... 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