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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1HBRIDGE HFRALD _ Wedneidoy, July I, 1970 PAPAL POW WOW Pope Paul VI extends his hand in greeting to Paige Baker, an American Indian from For! Berthold, N.D., at the conclusion of a general audience aj the Vatican in Rome. Papal aides in the background study the colorful regalia of Baker. Homeless SEOUL (AP) Thirty-nine persons were dead, 15 missing, 36 injured and homeless as rains pelted South Korea for the fifth straigth day today, the national flood relief centre re- ported. FIRE KILLS 13 HORSES MONTREAL (CP) Fire through a riding stable on Nun's Island in Verdun Tues- day, killing 13 of 35 horses. RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 Find Body In Creek SMITH (CP) The body of Clarence William Veracker, 28, of Smith, 120 miles north of Edmonton, has been recovered by RCMP- in Otter Creek, near his home. A police spokesman said Mr. Veracker was attempting to cross the creek on a ladder when it broke. Edmonton RCMP said Tues- day the body was recovered Monday afternoon shortly after the accident. Tonga is a double chain of 150 coral and volcanic islands, of which only 36 are inhabited. Life Terms In Israel For Hijacking JERUSALEM (AP) Israe courts will be empowered to im pose life imprisonment on a lackers or hijackers of Israe airliners, under a new law bein drawn up here, the transpo] ministry announced. The law will enable courts act even if the crime is commi ted outside Israeli territory an will authorize" Israeli airlin captains to arrest hijackers, spokesman said. The El Al state airline ha suffered one hijacking and least three bomb and machin gun attacks by Palestinian ter rorists at international airporl outside Israel. HEAT SHOP AT HOYT'S FOR THE BEST IN FANS AND AIR COOLERS New Shipment Just Received! TORCAN MULTI-PURPOSE fht new Idea In cooling beauty Straight Blow Models. 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Baker, former general manager of the Alberta Wheat Pool; and Dr. J. L. Leibfrfed, executive assistant to the wheat board. In the course of the examina- tion of Canadian sales policies and operations, the committee will hold discussions with rep- resentatives of the grain indus- try in Canada and countries abroad. In making the announcement, W. C. McNamara, chief com- missioner of the wheat board, said a continuing examination of wheat marketing policies is always necessary wilh the rapid changes taking place in the world wheat market. As (he selling agency for western Canadian wheat, we want to be sure that we are do- ing the best possible marketing job for the pr'airis wheat pro- he said. Paid For Porcelain LONDON (AP) A 62-piecs porcelain service was sold Tues- day for The Meissen service, dated 1740, has been hi the possession of a wealthy English family for 130 years, and was unknown to the art world until recently. The buyer was London art dealer Win- ifred Williams. U.K. Plants Win Orders For Diesels LONDON (CP) Generating equipment worth more than is to be built by Brit- ish factories for five communi- ties in Northern Canada. The equipment was ordered by the Northern Canada power commission and will be in- stalled at Whitehorse and Faro, Yukon Territory, and Inuvik, Pine Point and Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories. Most of the communities are sited near new mineral explora- tions, and are in the area now being visited by the Queen and other members of the Royal Family. The diesel-powered machinery will be constructed at the Stock1 port and Loughborough plants of companies controlled by the London-based Hawker Siddeley group. U.S. Aid Pledged SAIGON (Reuters) Presi- dent Nixor. has promised United States funds and assistance to build homes for low-paid South Vietnamese soldiers and their families, it was announced Tuesday night. The project would cost an aver- age of dollars a home, the office of President Nguyen Van Thieu announced. Spending Slowdown Blamed On Money Uncertainty TORONTO (CP) A sharp decrease in spending on such items as cars and color televi- sion sets during the first quarter of 1970 can be blamed on financial uncertainty, the general-manager of the Retail Merchants Association of Can- ada said today. Ronald Rolling said that proposed curbs on credit buy- ir.g and uncertainty over Fi- Campus Unrest Position Filled WASHINGTON (AP) Wil- liam Matthew Byrne Jr. of Los Angeles, a fortnar United States attorney for central California, was appointed Tuesday execu- tive director of President Nix- on's comnu'ssion on campus un- rest. In the job, he will head a nine-member commission of which the chair- man is William W. Scranton, former governor of Pennsyl- vania. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldn. 328-4095 nance Minister Edgar Ben- son's while paper account for the decreased spending. "The Canadian public has doubts during these very, very uncertain ho said. 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