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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-23,Lethbridge, Alberta ^oolco Men’s Fashions for an Elegant Blend of Quality and Great Value Move In On Richly Designed Suits & Co-ordinates Co-ordinates in 100% Here's the knit that Keeps its crisp iooK even after rugged wear. Choose from a wide variety of iaclcet patterns with carefully matched Plain shade pants. 36 • 46 Save on Assorted Patterned Suits b. Styled in ever-popular 100% Polyester Double Knit. 2-button styling; 2 lower pockets with flaps & breast welt pocket. In fancy patterns including Muted Checks, Glen Checks & Neats. 36-46. Dat«lln« AllMrta Wolf control action taken RIMBEY (CP) — Farmen in this area alMut SO miles northwest of Red Deer are staging a concentrated effort to eliminate what they describe as an overpoputation of wolves. Bob Forsyth, district supervisor for the Alberta Fish um) Wjldltfe branch, said the wolves are entering the farm* ing area from a forest reserve west of here. Farmers in the area signed a petition last month asking tne provincial fish and wildlife branch to take action to control the animals. An empk^ee has been hired by the provincial tranch to teach farmers and trrapen to keep the wolves off t£&l^. Wolf pelts are being sold for about 1150 each. Lance Curtis, an area residsit, organized a team of fanners to . hunt the wdvas. Three wolves were klUed la the Bluffton area near here a few days ago. Dead baby is identified GLEICHEN (CP) ~ RCMP are attemptiiu to locate the father of a 14-month-old boy who died Sunday on the Blackfoot Indian Reserve apparently after being t»thed in over-heated water. The child was piooounced dead on arrival at Calgaiy hospital. No name has been released. Police said a decisim would be made (HI an inquest after an autfqisy is perfoimed. Car riddled by bullets EDM0NT6n (CP) - A parked police car was riddled by six shots from a .38-calibre ' Midgun when left unattended for about 35 minutes at an intersection on Edmontwi’s north side. Police said all six bullets struck the left side of the vehicle, cau^ng about |200 damage. One shot went through the car and out the other side, striking a vehicle parked about 30 feet away. False ad case dropped EDMONTON (CP) - Two charges of false advertising against Allarco Develwments Ltd. were dismissed at a preliminary hearing. The charges arose from advertisements published in the Edmonton Journal on Feb. 2S and 26, 1972, under the name of Crosstown Motor Ci^. The company wait charged under the Federal Combines Investigation Act. Drilling program set permi ly l.i CALGARY (CP) - Mobil Oil Canada Ltd. announced here agreement has been reached with Texaco Exploration Canada Ltd. for a joint two-year exploratoiy drilling program off the east coast starting this year. The agreement covers a lit block of approximate-1.5 million acres on the Sanquereau Baidc, 100 miles east of Sable Island and 245,000 lease acres at the east end of a Sable Island block. Sable Island is 175 miles east of Halifax. Bank robber sentenced CALGARY (CP) - Accused bank robber Mark Mathew Geddes, 17, of no fixed address, was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail for escaping custody. Geddes was sentenced after he pleaded guilty to walking away from Calgary Correctional Institute last August without a pass. The sentence is to run concurrent with a term of two years less a day he was serv> Ing for a number of criminal charges. He earlier pleaded not guilty to robbing a trust company of 93,339 last December, and two city banks of a total of |5,-195 and the attempted robb^ of another bank last January. Hurlburt in Havana Cuban premier praises Canada DEPAimiENT STORES A mVtSKM Of THC . W.tt. WOOLWONTH CO. |.IMinDÌ •VI ■    —1 raüí IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU’VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE By KEN POLE OTTAWA (CP) - In what Canadian officials described as ‘'an unusual gesture of friendship,” C^ltan Premier Fidel Castro spent three hours at a reception in Havana for a visiting group of Canadian parliamentarians. External affairs officials said Tuesday they received a report on the Monday reception from Ambassador Malcolm Bow. It described how Mr. Castro held a "wide-ranging exchange of views” with the delegation of seven MPs. Mr, (Castro expressed admiration of Canada and its foreign policy and praised the way it was cementing unity In Latin America and the western hemisphere. Then he expressed interest in visiting Canada, although no other details of this proposal were available. Contrary to earlier reports, he did not extend an invitation to Prime Minister Trudeau to visit his Caribbean island country. “Our reaction,” an external affairs spoJcesman said Tuesday night, "is that we're very, very pleased ... at this indication of the good relations that are continuing to be maintained between Canada and Cuba." NO EARLY VISIT LIKELY The spokesman expects it will be at least next year, however, before a>w formal visit to Canada by Mr. CaatTD is plamied. "There are no immediate plans for exchange visits. To put it bluntly, there’s nothing on the burner right now." The spokesman said Mr. Castro’s attendance at the embassy reception followed Mr. Bow’s recent visit to the premier, during which “a good hour" was spent discussing various aspects of relations between the two countries. The touring Canadians, who were due back Tuesday night, were in Cuba for a week as guests of the Cuban government Led by acting Speaker Gerard Laniel (L — Beau-harnois-Salaberry), the delegation included Gerard Loiselle (L — Montreal St. Henri), Andre Fortin (SC— Lotbiniere), Maurice Foster (L—Algoma), Ken Hurlburt (PC—Lethbridge), Fred McCain (PC—Carleton-Charlotte) and John Rodriguei (NDP—Nickel Belt). They met with members of Cuba’s council of ministers, foreign trade department officials, spokesmen for labor and women's organizations as well as local leaders during a three-day tour of rural regions. WRECK KILLS IMlNi!. LISBON (Reuter) - Nine persons were killed and 29 injured in the w«>rst train disaster ever recorded on the Benguela Railway in Portugal's southwestern African state of Angola. xk: \[ W'.    I    i ;