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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Aclor Audie Murphy was or- dered by a judge at Burbank, Calif, to stand trial on charges of assaulting a Burbank dog tramer May 18. Murphy, 45, the most-deco- rated U.S. hero of the Second World War, was arrested on a complaint by David Gofstein, 51, who said Murphy beat and kicked him in a dispute over training a dog belonging to a woman friend of the actor. Gofstein also claimed Mur- phy, accompanied by an uniden- tified friend, pulled a gun and a number of shots were fired as tlie trainer and his wife ran for their house. Murphy had pleaded not guilty to charges of assault with intent to commit murder, as- sault with a deadly weapon and battery. He rail go to trial July 20. Capt. Peter Hamilton, pilot o the DC-8 that crashed near To- ronto International Airport kill ing 108 people, loved his job as an airline pilot and woulc have been unhappy doing any- thing else, his brother Stuarl said. "Flying was his sale Mr. Hamilton, a concert pianist. He said his brother made light of the tension and respon- sibility of his job and said "he didn't know how I had the nerve to get put on a stage and face an audience of A federal court judge has dismissed a case in which a 33- year-old U.S. Air Force vet- eran claimed his skin color changed from black to white as a result of treatment at a Vet- erans' Administration Hospital in Cle'-eland. James W. Finley, a native of Cleveland, now living in St. Paul, Minn., had asked damages from the federal gov- ernment, charging negligence on the part of physicians who treated him. In a 32 page opinion Judge Ben C. Green ruled that Finley had failed to prove negligence. AUDIE MUKPHY Faces Trial Stephen Lewis, 32, a member of Hie legislature for Scarbor- ough West, has 'officially be- come the first announced can- didate for leaders-hip of the On- tario New Democratic Party. Mr. Lewis, son of David Lewis, deputy leader of the federal NDP and a candidate for leadership of the national party, made the announce- ment at a Toronto news con- ference. Crown Princess Sonja of Nor- way has lost the baby she was expecting early next year, the royal palace announced Oslo. The drown Princess, 33, mar- ried Grown Prince Harald Aug. 29, 1968, and this was to have been their first chiW- Day Trial Date Set EDMONTON (CP) Jack Day, former Alberta film cen- sor, will go on trial July 22 in Alberta Supreme Court in Ed- monton on a charge of inde- cent assault. The charge alleges the of- fence was committed in Cal- gary between Jan. l, 1957, and Dec. 31, 1958. The trial had been set for the supreme court sitting at Cal- gary but Day made a special application that the trial loca- tion be moved. Day was ordered for trial fol- lowing a preliminary hearing n Edmonton magistrate's court last April. He has plead- ed not guilty. -Wednesday, July I, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Drive Stepped Up Against Smoking WASHINGTON (AP) An in- creasing concern over the possi- ble health hazards of smoking has resulted in intensive anti-to- bacco campaigns in at least 25 nations, the U.S. public health service says. Despite this effort, a survey gives unqualified bad marks to seven other countries, while two more were judged just so-so in Jieir attack on smoking, the lealth service reported. While most of the anti-smok- ing campaigns are of the nature used in the United survey reported several unusual approaches. For instance, Bulgaria re- quires that if you want to smoke on the job, you must get per- any non-smoking fellow-workers. And posters in factories anc elsewhere in the Soviet Union carry such legends as "Tobacco is and "How to Burn Up Your Health." Summarizing the highlights of he report by its national clear- ng house for smoking and lealth, the agency says: ADS HIT HARD 'Several countries have afcen, or are about to take, ac- ion prohibiting or sharply re- tricting, cigarette advertising, larticularly over radio and tele- rision. 'It is barred from television n England and France, and rom both radio and television Argentina, Czechoslovakia, celand, Italy, Rumania and Iwitzerland. "It will be eliminated from adio and television in Finland nd Ireland in 1971, and. in Can- da as soon as present con- racts expire. In Thailand, the obacco monopoly expects ciga- ette advertising will leave the air." Since all commercial adver- sing is banned in Denmark, forway, Sweden and the Soviet 'Tnion there is no broadcast cig- rette advertising in those coun- ies. Cigarette advertising will be rohibited from radio and tele- ision in the United States be- ginning Jan. 2, 1971. ILTEE DEMAND UP "The demand for filter tip igarettes and cigarettes with w 'tar' and nicotine levels is ncreasing in 'several coun- the agency "sug- e s t i n g an Increasing public awareness of the health hazards of smoking." The agency notes the demand is particularly strong in Canada, Austria, West (t e r m a n y, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and Japan. The Soviet Union introduced filter cigarettes recently, it says. Although several government and private reports the world over have warned about possi- ble dangers from smoking, the tobacco industry maintains there is no conclusive proof of a direct cause-effect relationship between use of tobacco and any illness. Ford Loses Profitable Division DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor Co. was ordered by a fed- eral judge Tuesday to divest it- self of its highly profitable Auto- h'te Parts Division and refrain from using the Autolite name. In a ruling Detroit, Judge Ralph M. Fjeeman gave Ford until Dec. to sell its in- terests in the sparkplug con- cerns in Owosso, Mich., and Fostoria, Ohio. Freeman said he expects Ford to appeal his decision to the U.S. Supreme Court. Ford officials had no immediate com- ment. No estimate of the value of the Autolite interests was made during several weeks of court testimony earlier this year. Ford purchased the facilities in 1961 for The U.S. government also had asked Ford to divest itsslf of a Shreveport, La., plant but Judge Freeman ruled the company could keep that facility. COLORFUL CURTAIN EDMONTON (CP) A cheap wooden roller' for a window blind used with a piece of fabric makes an inexpensive, colorful and decorative curtain for a child's bedroom, says Donna Bagden, home decorating con- sultant with the Alberta depart- ment of agriculture. i-sBvi APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT DOWNTOWN NORTH LETHBRIDGE SUPER HOOVER UPRIGHT CLEANER The only cleaner for 3 positive setting! normal, high pile and Shag. Large capacity bag reinforc- ed at point! of wear. Full one year warranty. This cleaner's suction lifts carpet on cuihion of Air brushes comb out pilo agitator vibratos out dooply imbtddod sand and dirt. JULY SUPER SPECIAL HOOVER CONSTELLATION Modern styling and disign FloaU on a "cushion of No tugging no pulling no wheels or casters to mark floors Exclusive double stretch Complete with attachments Full wrap-around for maxi- mum furniture protection Powerful 1 h.p. motor twin fan for areater air flow JULY SUPER SPECIAL Lowest Price Ever 9 Offered On The Amazing Hoover WASHER SPIN DRYER Special features Include: Washes 24 pounds in less than 30 minutes. Just roll it to the sink slip the hose en the tap no special plumbing or wiring needed. o) Needs less than 9 gallons of water uses less i detergent and there's a suds saver too. Unique pulialor gets clothes very clean, very gently, very fast. This famous time saver NOW CLEARING IN. A LIMITED QUANTITY. I Convenient Terms Available! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nights, "You Always Do Better At Hoyt's" WE'LL BE LOSING OUR SHIRT AT THESE PRICES but well make friends galore and reduce inventory at our July Inventory Reduction Sale SUITS FROM OUR FORMAL RENTAL DEFT. GROUP 1 35 SUITS 15 BROCADE DINNER JACKETS 29.76 PRICED TO CLEAR SPECIAL TABLE OF SWEATERS PRICE BALANCE OF Off Values to EACH S 49 .00 SUITS GROUP 2-55 SUITS Values to EACH 74 BALANCE OF SUITS 20% OFF SPORT JACKETS GROUP! -15 SPORT JACKETS NO ALTERATIONS PLEASE! SPECIAL GROUP Of COTTON CASUAL SLACKS Values to 15.65 6.85 DRESS TROUSERS u Values to EACH GROUP 2-35 SPORT JACKETS NO ALTERATIONS PLEASE! S Values to EACH 3275 GROUP 3 SPORT JACKETS 40% OFF SPORT CO-ORDINATES 20% OFF SPECIAL GROUP DRESS SHOES 19.95 to 39.95 NOW 9.85 19.85 SPECIAL CROUP TOP AND RAIN COATS Values to 99.50 PRICE Casual Windbreakers From 10.95 lo 59.95 NOW 14.85 BALANCE 20% OFF SWIM TOGS AND BEACH WEAR OFF DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS PRICE Balance of Sport Shirts 20% Off ALL MERCHANDISE NOT CARRYING A SPECIAL TAG 10% OFF CASH IS NECESSARY All AITERATIONS EXTRA EXCEPT CUFFS MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7th St. S., Lethbridge Open Thursday Until 9 p.m. ;