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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Marea Hartman, secretary of the British Women's Amateur Athletic Association, has start- move to make interna- tional women athletes undergo the sex test every two years. She told reporters in London she will propose the change of rfeTa meeting of the Inter- national Women's Athletic corn- Son during the European track and Held championship, at Helsinki next month. _ At present, one sex tes- is enough. Once a girl has proved to doctors that she's female she doesn't have to take the test again for the rest of her track and field career. 18 months because he was dis illusioned with life in Russia He says he chose to leave Russia because of frustration, disillusionment, and the lack o hope of any change in the Soviet system which had made We un- bearable for him. Erie Lubbock, a leading member of Britain's Liberal party and a former student in Canada has decided against re- nouncing a peerage he recently inherited from his cousin, the late Lord Avebury. But Lubbock, in a statement today, said that "I do not re- treat at all from the view I toe always held heredi- tary peerages should be abol- 15 Lubbock, 42, was taken to Canada in 1940 along with oth- er voung refugees from the Nazi tombing of Britain. He attended Upper Canada College in Toronto and returned home in 1944. Mrs. John Davis beat_ more than 123 contestants in 38 states to win a trophy for some- thing she didn't do overeat. Mrs. Davis, once a rotund 300-pounder, is the winner of an mternational award present- ed by the Take Off Pounds fensibly group She has lost 167 pounds since she joined the club in 1963, and now is a trim size 12. She had developed a heart condition and her doctor told her she would die unless she quit stuffing herself with three or four six-packs of soft dnnks and usually a whole cake each Police have accused 27-year- old Antonietta Bagarella, form- er physical training instructor at a convent school in Palermo, Sicily, of being the first woman known to belong to the Sicilian Mafia in the secret society s centuries-old history. They have requested a judi- cial order for Miss Bagarella- whom they daim is a follower of alleged Mafia executioner Luciano Liggio to be confined to a remote village under spe- cial anti-Mafia laws. Soviet scientist Anatoli Fedo- seyev, who defected to the Wes at the Paris air show six week ago says in a newspaper art de he planned his escape for Vancouver-born Bernard Bra- den, who was to have been dropped from a television se- ries he has been doing for the BBC, will return to the show The BBC had decided to drop him because of his appearance in TV advertising on Indepen- dent Television. But despite the 55-year-old Bradcn's part in a commercial for margarine, the govern- ment-owned BBC said in Lon- don an agreement now has been reached for him to re- sume his weekly role as a spokesman for consumers complaints and the grievances of Britons claiming injustices at the hands of administrators. Nursing staff hit by lack of young men OWEN SOUND, Ont. (CP) _ A lack of eligible young men in this area is causing problems at the Owen Sound General and Marine Hospi- tal. Hospital officials say at- tracting and keeping gradu- ate nurses is difficult be- cause of the shortage of voung bachelors. Nursing staff is 35 below the desired number and 40 beds have, had to be closed down. But Steve Legate, assist- ant administrator, said he expects the nursing corps will be returned to full strength when new nurses are hired next fall. OTTAWA (CP) The public issue is dying quietly and rill expire unless there is an- ther terrorist crisis in Quebec. Parliamentary sources con- irm that debate on a public order motion is unlikely to re- sume this fall. The motion would have estab- lished a special parliamentary committee to look into the need for public order legislation. "I think that's had says Conservative House Leader Gerald Baldwin (Peace He describes the motion as merely a means by which the government met a commitment to Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa. Premier Bourassa was angry when the government allowed temporary anti-terrorist legisla- tion to expire April 30. Making it clear he wanted permanent changes in the Crim- inal Code to meet terrorism, he ___________________ order issue dying accused Justice Minister Mav 13. It was dis- 1 made, as a last resort, to the unmum-i, Measures Act, TiimPir of U1 in the Commons May 13 1 war me a May 18 but hadn't come iom roiuo i going along. Mr. Turner introduced the debatable motion to establish by the time the House re-essed for the summer June sources con-irmed Monday that it has freed when the session Case Sept. 7. There appears to be little bail against opposition pressure to debate the issue. The opposition saw the uummittee as a (CP) Keith Latta, 43, of Kingston, Ont, BOSTON (AP) scrutinizing the whys of gov-ernment action during with non-capital murder in the shooting death of tra- Al Capp, creator of Li'l crisis last October agent Bob Neville, was 5 yesterday was granted a that chilled any on bail Monday. 3 tinuance to Sept. 28 of a interest in the appeared in provincial ing involving morals charges filed in Wisconsin. Chief Turner has been distinctly cool to the idea of court and was remanded to Sept. 20 for preliminary tice Elijah Adlow released y Capp in personal recognizance d A warrant for Capp's arrest is sued in Eau Claire, Wis. charged him with sodomy, al d tempted adultery and indecen i- exposure. Capp has denied th e charges. Criminal Code amendments on public order. But what will happen if another crisis of the magnitude of last October's occurs? "If circumstances should warrant it, recourse could again on the charge. Mr Neville was found shot, us death in his downtown office June 13 and a week later Latta, a law professor at Queens University, was arres-'.ed near his home. ___________ _ Tueidpy, Ji.ly 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 11 SLAIN Police released this photo of Jerome John- son, 25, of New Brunswick. N.J. They said he was iden- tified through papers in his pockets, found after the sus- pected gunman was slain t few moments after the criti- cal wounding of reputed mob chieftan Joseph Colombo Sr. at an Italian-American rally in New York. Dr. Boris Dotsenko, 44, the Soviet scientist who produced a diplomatic controversy by choosing to remain in Canada while on a visit three years ago, will join the staff of Wa- terloo Lutheran University. DR. BORIS DOTSENKO Lands Job Dr Frank Peters, university president, said Dr. Dotsenko, a noted theoretical physicist who was chief nuclear scientist at the Ukrainian Academy of Sci- ence at Kiev, is expected to ar- rive here at the end of July to teach mathematics. Dr. Dotsenko, now working on a computer project it the University of Toronto, was granted landed-Immigrant sta- tus last fall after asking to re- main in Canada during an ex- change visit to the University of Alberta. campers gather for meet BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) They're all here at Brant Park Bluenose Campers from Halifax, the Cascaders from Ni- agara Falls, the Gotta-Getta- wayers from Ell wood City. Penn., and the Salt Shakers from Hutchinson near the salt flats of Kansas. It's the annual convention of the National Campers and Hik- ers Association and more than S5000 adventurers from as far away as England and Japan are here to share their experl ences. In fact, there are so many Centennial air race winner leaves gift VICTORIA (CP) When the presentation of awards wound up the London-to-Victona air race Saturday, the people of Canada were not thanks to race winner Joe Blumschein. After accepting two trophies and cheques totalling for _ rViliimnifl people that security guards and a 15-man provincial police de- tachment at the 435-acre site are having a hard time stopping Brantford teen-agers who are crashing the five-day convention by crossing nearby cornfields. The convention, first in Can- ada, appears to be a big family gathering. The British campers, with a sign that reads Little Britain, pitched camp under some trees not far from the banks of the Grand River. Edward Rose, one of the group, said: "We have a good representa- tion from Yorkshire. Most of cur party of 40 in the Camping Club of Great Britain and Ire- land are from around that area." YOUNGEST CAMPER Sonny Peacock of a Niagara club said his three-week-old son was probably the youngest camper. "He loves said Mr. Pea- "just sleeps and eats.' Sunday, there was a mod fashion show, a Roman Catholic young dancers. During the evening, more than persons relaxed in these prizes back took its toe from the British to Europe and tell the people Isles. there what a great and prosper- to leve ment, ne of the delegates, Michish- NOW! ,s Get The Big Taste of Broad leaf Tobacco -the richest, mellowest tobacco under the sun. Golden tested to taste good as gold! ;