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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBR1DCE HERALD TutttJay, July 14, 1970 59 MA1E-FEMAIE HELP POULTRY AND W g 1 Br sai the Ly Mi J awt Jul ye? Go Fin am Ch Hoi Ser A Tat 197 at ser the Tat Dai will ial Hoi ran L Jul] rea 3m S. 5 Ont Can cair as fair Tisc ss yea fe 1958 mm ago ras Cm. Mat dau son Fay vice tens Julj Rev Inte Arc Chn HOT a! H sudor.e brother. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednes- day at a.m. in St. Pat- rick's Catholic Church. Inter- ment will follow in Mount Cal- vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C9138 DEATHS DUBLAND Passed away in Calgary on Monday, July 13 1970, following a lengthy illness Ole, aged 73 years, belovec husband cf Mrs. Petra Dublanc of Enchant. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C9137 FINN Francis M., passef five persons as special re- gional investigators of false ad- Ernest W. Wright, a native of Halifax, has been appointed in- vestigating officer for the de- aartment's Pacific region; Andre Boivin, an Ottawa native rill be Quebec region officer and Julius Arvay, a native of lamilton, has been appointed Ontario region investigator. 0. B. Stienburg, who served the RCMP in New Bruns- vick, will be investigator for he Atlantic region and James P. Rodger, a native of Winni- >eg, is investigator for the Prai- ie region. Relations Still Chilly MOSCOW (Reuters) China and the Soviet Union appear to be gradually backing away from Uie perilous confrontation which they reached along theif border rivers early in 1969. But if the accent now is on talk- ing ratter (Sian on shooting, they certainly have moved no closer in ideologies since their two prime ministers, Chou En-lai and Alexei Kosygin, met in Pe- king in September. The prospect of a thaw in the Woman Killed At Sylvan Lake SYLVAN LAKE (CP) Sig- net Erica Clark, 73, of Sylvan Lake was killed Monday night yhile standing by her car on road about two miles south of Sylvan Lake, 16 miles north- pest of Red Deer. CHRISTINE KEELEK Christine Heeler, a central figure in the Profumo scandal, was divorced in England by her engineer husband of the last five years. James Levermore was granted a decree on the ground Beaten Girl Can't Recall Incident MONTREAL (CP) Mar- garet Jones, 18-year-old Califor- nia girl found battered on a sidercad last Tuesday, says she las no recollection of the events leading to her injuries and the death of her friend, Peggy Cole- man, also from California. Police have been waiting to question Miss Jones since she was taken to hospital suffering from concussion and shock. She regained consciousness Satur- day. 'Hie doesn't seem tn recall anything at said her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Jones of Sncio. "She seems to think she came directly from home to this lospital. .She doesn't remembsr anything else over the past two weeks." Miss Jones and Miss Cole- man, in Quebec on a holiday, were found 650 feet apart on a secondary road near St. Johns, 30 miles south of Montreal. An autopsy showed Miss Cole- man died of brain concussion. ler body was covered with scratches and bruises. Police are working on the theory the girls either were hrown from a moving vehicle ir they jumped out. of desertion but his 28-year-old wife was given custody of their four-year-old James Ed- ward. She did not contest the di- vorce suit. Levermore and Miss Keeler, who had known each other in childhood, met again when she returned to Berkshire after the Profumo scandal. The couple was married secretly at a regis- ter office in October, 1965, and parted after three months. Miss Keeler was the London party girl involved in affairs with'. War Minister John D. Pro- fumo and a Soviet naval at- tache, Yevgeny Ivanov, a scan- dal that rocked the government of Prime Minister Harold Mac- millan in 1963. Mr. Justice Charles St. Clair Trainor has been named to suc- ceed Chief Justice Thane A. Campbell of the Prince Edward Island Supreme Court, Prime Minister Trudeau announced in Ottawa. Judge Trainor, 69, has served on tiie Supreme Court since November, 1967. His new ap- pointment is effective immedi- ately. Chief Justice Campbell is the father of P.E.I. Premier Alex Campbell and has led the court since 1943. He recently reached the mandatory retirement age of 75. Margaret Mead, 32-year-old flying instructor from Santa Barbara, Calif., won the annual all-women transcontinental air race, otherwise known as the Powder Puff Derby. Miss Mead and her co-pilot, Susan Oliver, were named win- ners of the handicap race at a dinner in Trenton, N.J. They finished the race two- tenths of a mile faster than the runners-up. Miss Mead, with air hours, and Miss Oliver, who starred in the television series Peyton Place and holds five small-plane world records, won for their 13-hour 33-min- ute flight. E. A. (Ed) Sebcstycn, admin- istrative assistant at The Star- Phoenix since 1968, has been ap- pointed to the position of marketing manager, Max Mac- donald, managing director, an- nounced in Saskatoon. .In his new position, Mr. Sebestyen will assume responsibility for all sales and promotional poli- cies in the advertising, circula- tion and promotional depart- ments. Mr. Sebestyen an- nounced that Don Antill has been named advertising mana- ger, filling a vacancy created by the recent resignation of John Miles. icy relations between the two Communist giants seems re- mote. But the joint border talks which got under way a month after that dramatic meeting in Peking are at'least if without much signs of prog- ress. Party differences remain as icy as the Ussuri and Amur riv- ers during last year's bloody skirmishes between Chinese and Soviet frontier troops. Now China is reported to have agreed to the appointment of 5 new Soviet ambassador to Pe- king after a three-year break. Vladimir Stepakov will be- come his country's first envoy to Peking since 1967, when Sino-Sovict relations reached an. all-time low in the wake of China's cultural revolution. His appointment is in line with Mos- cow's stated desire to improve relations with China, at least on the diplomatic level. Stepakov has a reputation of being a strictly orthodox Com- munist official. FRONTIER CALM All appears quiet along theif mile frontier although Moscow sources still say China is putting the country on a war footing and fanning anti-Soviet hostility. Last month, Soviet Commun- ist party leader Leonid Brezh- nev accused China of dragging out the discussions, perhaps the first hint of Kremlin concern that the talks should make some sort of progress soon. Meanwhile, the widening war in Indochina has focused atten- tion on Sino-Soviet differences rather than on concerted sup- port for Communist and "na- tional liberation" movements in the region. Radio Moscow scoffed at Mao's latest call for an intensi- fied struggle against U.S. impe- rialism and blamed him for the of the conflict, de- claring that the Chinees leader1 had long refused to co-operate with the Soviet Union in check- ing U.S. "aggression" in Viet- nam. Conspiracy Trial Key Witness Found Slain WASHINGTON (CP-AP) Tte U.S. justice department has disclosed that its main witness in a conspiracy case involving in stocks and securi- ties stolen from the mails was found slain two days after a grand jury returned a sealed in- dictment in secret session. The Miami gunshot slaying o{ John B. Eaton, whose body was found in a field near Miami In- ternational Airport June 27, was the third shooting of a key sus- pect in mail thefts from New York's crime-ridden Kennedy Airport in recent months. Eaton was a defendant as well as a witness in the con- spiracy case. FINALLY GETS ACK Dan Williams of Berwyn, Pa., recently scored his first hole-in- one at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., after 10 years as a golfer. 3 GROT VALUES Tou know Ranchman's Gin...Yon met Ranchman's Gin Collins last year...Now welcome back an old friend. In the fineRancta tradition Mdtlc by Albertansfor Alberuns using the finest Alberta grown grai ;