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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wilson described as man with a million alibis By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) Harold Wil- son was described here as a man with a million alibis as the British press slammed his sud- den rejection Common Mar- ket entry terms. The Opposition leader elated anti-marketeers when con- cluded a national Labor party conference Saturday by con- demning the terms on which Prime Minister Heath proposes to bring Britain into the Euro- pean alliance. But as Wilson himself ac- knowledged, and as speaker after speaker showed, the party is still badly split on the issue Peanuts banned as sexual stimulant and the one-day conference did nothing to close the breach. Wilson's main pitch is that entry will destroy cheap food sources for Britain in the Com- monwealth and force British taxpayers to pay huge subsidies to finance uneconomic farm production in Franc-.. While Wilson maintained the Tory terms are not those which a Labor government would have accepted, the usually-sympa- thetic Sun observed today that chief ministers in Wilson's own former cabinet have indicated heir acceptance. "It was the speech of a man with a million said The Sun in suggesting that Wilson may continue to change his mind before the party executive comes out with a firm position July 28. The Guardian, another usually friendly paper, said the 'most disreputable aspect" of Wilson's speech Saturday was that while he states his reserva- JOHANNESBURG (Renter) Johannesburg girls' high school has banned peanuts and peanut butter at the school because they are con- sidered sexual stimulants. A report by the nutrition advisory services organiza- tion said the ban was order- ed by the school's headmis- stress. The school was not identified. A spokesman for the organ- ization said: "To the best of my knowledge there is no proof that peanuts are a sex- ual and a healll department official comment- ed that "there is no scientific basis for such a belief." But the South African pea- nut industry is delighted at the suggestion. Said a spokes- man for the oilseeds control board: "If it is true, the sale of peanuts and peanut butter1 will soar sky high." Car plunges off bridge VILLE-MARIE, Que. (CP) Two young men from Lorrain ville, Que., were drowned anc1 four others swam to safety Sun day night when their cai plunged off a bridge into 20 fee of water in the Riviere 'de Quinzes. Police recovered the bodies o Sylvair Jolette, 16, and Michel Bellehumeur, 21, when the ca was lifted from the river earl Monday. The car containing the youn men, all from Lorrainyille, wa crossing a bridge on Highway 4 near the Ontario-Quebec borde when it crashed through guar rails and plunged into the rivei Scene of the accident was 1 mites north of Vffle-Marie an 110 miles north of North Bay. NOW ON DISPLAY 9 NEW 1971 MOBILE HOMES All Different Models Priced from SOQQC As low as 12 ft.xoO ft. fully furnished SEE THE ALL NEW 14 FT. x 68 FT. On Display at the Parking lot-College Shopping Mall Special only.......... I OU ns about the terms, "he did Dt balance these with a single od word about Europe and its sitive potential." "The speech was negative. It as a denial of what he himself ee stood for and a desertion his own earlier good judg- ent." The Tory-supporting Daily xpress, which also opposes ommon Market entry, por- ayed Wilson as being dragged y party anti-marketeers into p p o s i n g membership while eath was ttoldly leading his wn Tory cabinet. "Harold Wilson is getting eady to rat on the Common said the Tory Daily lafl, arguing that Britain's outh will hold him in contempt "He is devaluing the currency British statesmanship broad." 'ARTY UNITY VITAL The Times suggested, how ver, that Wilson is merely moving with the party's major ,y. But preserving party unitj is altogether more difficult." The best possibility would tx unite the opposing hrough a concerted attac against Heath's over-all poll cies, though party difference on the Common Market issu would likely remain. While the papers focussed on Wilson, the future of his deputy, i Roy Jenkins, is under public question. The former chancellor of the exchequer, who strangely sat silent at the party confer- ence Saturday, is a strong sun- >orter of Common Market entry md is often described as lead- ng Labor's pro-marketeers. With Wilson having openly criticized entry terms as vir- ;ually unacceptable, some com- mentators suggest Jenkins may liave to muffle his own views if he is to retain his party posi- tion. Britain's big unions, which provide the core of the party's strength and influence, want no part of the Common Market. Tuesday, July 10, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HIRALO 17 engneers may close plants Two of Britain s great actresses, portray two of Britain's great queens in a new film. This year's Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson, left, is Elizabeth 1 and Vanessa Redgrave, an Oscar nominee the previous year, has the title role in "Mary Queen of filming at London's Shepperton Studios. EDMONTON ICP) A pokesman for the Alberta Civ- Service Association said Mon- ay power engineers in the rovince have threatened to nit down plants they are re- xmsible for unless the provin- lal government reopens wage negotiations. The power engineers are pro- hibited from walking off their obs but under the Civil Ser- rice Act could "shut down power ilants at locations such as hos- litals, universities, technology schools and other provincial in- titutions. Power engineers were award- ed salary increases of 4.7 per cent in an arbitration board re- This week only Price includes One Month FREE Rent in Coalhunt Park Display Lot located just East of the Drive-ln Theatre on the Courts Highway OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. HAY MOBILE HOMES PHONE 328-4664 Champion chess players unable in tough battle MOSCOW (AP) Soviet grandmasters Tigran Petrosian and Viktor Korchnoi played to the eighth consecutive draw Monday night in their semi-final round in challenge competition for the world chess crown. The Soviet news agency Tass said the men agreed to a draw on the 16th move. In their last contest, it took only 13 moves to reach a stalemate. That was the shortest game played so far in challenge competition this year. Each man now has four points' The first to accumulate 5.5 is the winner of the match. A player gets a half-point for a draw and a full point for a vic- tory. Petrosian and Korchnoi will play their next game July 22. Oldest transplant WASHINGTON (AP) The cornea of a man who died in 1961 has been transplanted into the eye of a patient at Sibley Hospital in Washington, says the International Eye Founda tion. The foundation said Sun day UK cornea is the oldest ever used in a transplant. Fur ther details were unavailable. FOR WHOOP-UP DAYS IN LETHBRIDGE WAMPOLE C2 For pain 100s reg. 1.39 Special PIAYTEX Nureer Kits Reg. 10.50 Special 612 PLUS Spray insect repellent. Reg. 1.39. Special SIMILAC Infant Milk Case ,99 Head and Shoulders Shampoo, reg. site jars, tube or lotion. Reg. 1.39 Special CURAD Ouchless Bondages Special CHEST TOOTHPASTE ial. 49% Manufacturer's Special. 49% more free. Reg. 1.49 Special ACTIFIED for Hay Fever. 24's. Reg. 1.74. 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