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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 29, 1970 Woman Tried In Absence Alter Court Hassle EDMONTON (CP) A 21- year-old woman who had said she planned to plead her own case was returned to the cells of magistrate's court Tuesday, tried in her absence and found guilty of assaulting a police- man. Susan Herzog of Edmonton was sentenced by Magistrate G. H. Rolfe to 60 days in jail for kicking Sgt. J. Parks in the groin. Miss Herzog had earlier stood jointly charged with Roger Ten Trey, 21, also of Edmonton, for causing a disturbance at a con- vention of the Canadian Laboi' Congress in Edmonton. The crown, however, withdrew this charge against her. Ten Trey was later sentenced to 30 day's in jail for causing a disturbance at the conven- tion. NO POLITICAL'FORUM On entering the prisoners1 box to be tried on a charge of assaulting a policeman, Miss Herzog told the court she had not had enough time to produce certain evidence in her de- fence. Magistrate Rolfe replied that Miss Herzog was well aware that the trial was to be held Tuesday and said she had indi- cated to Mm on Monday in the cells that she was prepared to go ahead with the case. Miss Herzog protested the magist r a t c' s statement. The magistrate then asked: "Do you wish to bu present at your When there was no response, he ordered her removed from the courtroom and said the tri- al should proceed in her ab- sence. Magistrate Rolfe then an- nounced: "For the record, this court will not be turned into a politi cal platform as has happenei hi the U.S. in recent months'" After a short adjournmenl Miss Herzog was brought bad to court and asked if she hai anything to say before sen fencing. "I refuse to participate fur ther in this kangaroo cour since I have not been allowei to cross examine she said. Policeman Likes Clowning "To Make People Laugh" DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 lethbridge TORONTO (CP) Consta- ble Harry Norley of the Met- ropolitan Toronto police has an unusual outlook for a po- likes to make people laugh. Constable Norley volun- etered to play the part of a clown in 1362 when the Metro police association wanted one for its annual C h r i s t in a s party. And he's played one at police social events ever since. "I just love making people he said in an inter- view here. "I love my po- lice work, but in this kind of work you can get too serious about things- A bit of laughter never hurt anyone." The 240-pound, better-than- six-foot policeman made his latest appearance as a clown last weekend at the annual po- lice games. He entertained for five straight hours in his Happy the Clown suit and lost three pounds. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY-8 P.M. Besides being a clown for the police association, Consta- ble Norley also helps other charity groups. He has been known to sit on a wooden beam over a vat of water and let hundreds of howling kids spill him into the water by hitting a target with a base- ball. What kind of job does Con- stable Norley have with the force? He sits behind the com- plaints desk at No. 52 station in midtown Toronto. Space Agency Head Quits SAN CLEMENT, Calif. (AP) -Dr. Thomas 0. Paine is re- signing as administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, effective Sept. 15, President Nixon's office here Business In Tailspin 01TAWA (CP) No mallei-Tile January index was 4.6-pcr- VICTIM A bloodied demonstrator is led to am- bulance by police officer during outbreak of violence of Chicago's Grant Park Monday evening. Melee followed skirmishes at a rock concert being held at the park. Pollution Suit Filed BUFFALO (AP) U.S. District Court seeking a announced- Paine, who has headed the space agency since October, 968, told reporters he will re- urn to the General Electric Co. n an executive capacity di- orced from aerospace and def- ence activities. "It has been a very heavy re- Paine Said, "but I ay it down most reluctantly." He said sharp reductions in he NASA budget in recent fears "had absolutely nothing o do with my resignation." 'nited States government filed uit Tuesday against the Olin orp. of Niagara Falls, N.Y., censing the chemical firm of scharging mercury into the "iagara River. piin is one of eight companies with 10 plants in seven states named by the interior depart- ment last week as mercury-pol- luters. The justice department authorized prosecution of the companies. U.S. Attorney H. Kenneth Schroedler filed a complaint in Cigrrette Suicide TOKYO (Reuters) A 78- year-old woman killed herself by swallowing 40 cigarettes, po- lice said Wednesday. permanent injunction against further discharge of mercury by Olin. how it's measured, Canadia business is in an economic down from retail trade rigi back to tlic primary producer. Although retail sales totallec a near-record May, over-the-counter busines has not been keeping pace wit last winter's business when th inflation factor is discounted. The actual volume of good and services changing hand ras less in May than in Janu ary and the average for the pre- vious two years. Higher prices not moiB business, accounts fo :lie increase in sales figures. The Dominion Bureau of Sta tistics reports that, taking sea sonal factors such as Christmas Easter business and Janu and mid-summer sales inti account, retail sales in May ran 0 But consumer prices in May vere 5.5 per cent higher than he average for 1968-69, and dis- counting the gross sales figure that amount trims the vol tine of business to less than January or the 1968-69 average, SALES WERE HIGHER Retail sales averagec a month in 1968 and a month 1969. In those years, the con- sumer price index, on average, was -120.1 and 125.5 respectively, counting 1961 prices as 100. Sines January this year, the prices index has risen to 129.6 in May and 129.9 in June from 128.2. The rate of increase, how- ever, has slowed, advancing only 3.2 per cent in June over the index for 12 months earlier. WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS Will Be Held At FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, July 30th and Friday, July 31st From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fresh never frozen varieties. This sale to include Cohoe Salmon, Halibut, Cod, Sole, Shrimp, Crab and Oysters. cent higher than in January, 1969. Employment in manufactur- ing was down two per cent in May from its April level, shown in advance figures released by DBS recently covering about half the firms surveyed each m o n t h. Shorter work weeks prevailed during March and April. Construction employment was down nearly two per cent. Min- ing was down nearly one per cent. IMAGINE YOURSELF BEHIND THE MICROPHONE! WHICH OF THESE 4 FASCINATING RADIO-TV CAREERS INTERESTS YOU? n disc jockey D newscaster D sportscaster n commercial announcer VOICE ANALYSIS TELLS YOU IF YOU HAVE "HIDDEN located In Toronto. 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CAREER ACADEMY OF CANADA LTD. 8 King East, Toronto I, Onfarla 06LAH240 3fiM94l t want {o Know if t have bToadcastlng potential worth tfevelopTriff. rush me more information. t am interested in Zone Province home study Dstudio training NORTH LETHBRIDGE GIANT ROYAL ALBERT CHINAWARE OFF PAINT ROLLER REFILLS 714" Mohair Paint Roller Refilli Two in a package. Reg. .95. CLEARANCE PRICE ,79 CORN BROOMS Sturdy 5-String Corn Brooms of the finest quality broomcorn. Reg. 2.50. CLEARANCE PRICE 1 .79 PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Vi" x 50' Transparent Green Plastic Hose Rolled brass couplings, Reg. 3.59. CLEARANCE PRICE t.89 PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS Ten Giant Size 26" x package. Stock up at this low price. Reg. .69. CLEARANCE PRICE..... 36" Plastic Garbage Baqs in a 2 99 pkgs. aVV LARGE PLASTIC JUICE CONTAINER 2 quart capacity and has positive seal cover Comes in decorator colours. Reg. .89. CLEARANCE PRICE.................. .69 HUNTERS AXE Ideal for camping and outdoor recreation Head is forged of finest Swedish steel Hardwood Handle. Reg. 3.75. CLEARANCE PRICE.......____ 1.49 COMPRESSED AIR SPRAYER Compressed Air Sprayer. Rugged galvanized steel tank Adjustable spray nozzle. A QQ and carrying strap. Reg, 11.95. CLEARANCE PRICE.......................... GARBAGE CANS Galvanized Garbage Can. Large 16-lmpericl gallon size with snug fitting lock-on cover Reg. 5.95. CLEARANCE PRICE 324 13th STREET N. PHONE 328-4441 MAGNETIC BROOM Synthetic Fibre Broom for those quick clean-up jobs. Feather light and picks up dust like magic. Assorted colours. P.oa. 1.19. CLEARANCE PRICE ,89 COLEMAN PICNIC JUG l-Gallon Size Top Pour Spout Picnic Jua Urethane foam insulation White leak-proof liner 5.SO. CLEARANCE PRICE....... With Tremendous Savings in All Departments DELUXE SPONGE MOP Sturdy Chrome-Plated Metal Frame. Cellulose sponge tong 48" wood handle. Reg. 2.39. CLEARANCE PRICE PATIO LIGHTS Nomo Electric Palio Lights Six light outdoor string with 10" lanterns. Overall length 1 8 ft. Assorted colours. Reg. 7.50. CLEARANCE PRICE FOLDING PICNIC TABLE Wood Grain x 60" table surface. Folds in half for easy carrying. All metal construction. Reg. 14.95. CLEARANCE PRICE 11 24-INCH BARBECUE Fire-Bowl Model. Reinforced fire-bowl. Tripod QQ legs Ratchet type grill height adjuster. Reg. 10.95. CLEARANCE PRICE I TREWAX--TRUWAX The perfect cleaning wox for hardwood floors. Dries with a hard safe long lasting finish. Quart size only. Reg. I.9S. CLEARANCE PRICE____ .79 FERTILIZER SPREADERS Two sizes to choose from all metal construction and rubber tired wheels. Both models have control lever Jo adjust the fertilizer flow. 16" 25 LB. MODEL. QQ Reg. 8.95 each. Clearance Price each O.03 20" .40 LB. MODEL. Q QQ Reg. 12.95 each. 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Clearance Price each 7.98 FLYING EAGLE GOLF BALLS Balls in a package. Reg. 3 for .99. CLEARANCE PRICE COLD PACK CANNERS Blue Enamel Cold Pack Canners 8 quart size. Reg. 7.98. CLEARANCE PRICE r.49 Hoover Handy Carpet Sweeper. Deluxe model. Plus o free bonus of c Hoover Upholster Shampoo kit worth 2.98. Reg, 21.45. CLEARANCE PRICE j II CASTING ROD REEL COMBINATION A quality Casting Rod and Reel Fibre glass rod M QQ With a closed face reel. ft Reg. 5.95. CLEARANCE PRICE FISHING ROD Ultra Fast Model 270 Fibreglass Spinning Rod with cork handle. Res. 6.95. CLEARING PRICE 1.99 HOOVER STEAM AND DRY IRON For smooth ironing and long life get one of these Hoover Steam and Dry Irons at this special price. Reg. 16.95. CLEARANCE PRICE 13 MOTORIZED BARBECUE 24" Motorized Barbecue Hooded top and Motor. Legs and 5 inch wheels. Positive ratchet grill adjustment. Reg. 24.95. CLEARANCE PRICE 19 Spit .99 BLANCHERS Blue Enamel Fruit and Vegetable Blanches 6.98. CLEARANCE PRICE g.29 BAPCO PAINT SALE Check our ad in this' issue of The Herald for timely savings in Bapco Paints. CLEAR-OUT PRICES ON APPLIANCES Visit our Appliance Deparfmenl during this tale. have clearance prices on REFRIGERATORS, DEEPFREEZES, STOVES (BOTH GAS AND WASHERS, DRYERS, RADIOS AND TV SETS. "See Dan The Appliance Man" YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-4441 ;