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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, June 10, 1971 Lockheed back in business LONDON (AP) - Lockheed Aircraft Corp. of the United States announced here Wednesday that the first 12 of its Tri-Star air buses will be delivered to United States airlines purchasers in mid-June of 1972. The U.S. government is considering guaranteeing bank loans to Lockheed in its project to build the TriStar, powered by Rolls-Royce RB-211 engines. The project faced ruin in February when soaring development costs drove Rolls-Royce Aerospace Co. to the verge of bankruptcy before the British government stepped in to its rescue. Lockheed has recalled 1,200 men laid off at its Palmdale, Calif., factory when the official receiver in Britain took over Rolls-Royce last February. By the middle of this month the Palmdale establishment should have more than 9,000 workers on the TriStar. Among airlines interested in the TriStar is Air Canada, Extortionist gets $25,000 SO YOU HAVE TROUBLES - Consider the plight of this lady-in-waiting getting her exercise on a walk through a shopping centre at Eugene, Ore. Her companion Jimmy said the dog's name is Pepi._ THINGS to make things EASIER HERE ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS AVAILABLE: Air Compressor*, Air Conditioners, Air Mattresses, Roll-away Cots, Vibrator Belt, Bicycles, Bolt Cutters, Car Stands, Car Top Carrier, Cement Mixers, Stacking Chairs; Coffee Urns, Crow Bars, Dishes, Drills, Exercise Bike, Flame Thrower, Glassware, Hammer Drill, Appliance Trucks, Hedge Trlm-hers, Hoist and Crane, Hyd Jack, Ladders, ,Lawn Mowers, Lawn Trimmers and Edgers, Post Hole Augers, Gear Puller, Sump Pumps, Roto Tillers, Rug Shampooer, Sanders, Electric Saws, Silverware, Staplers, Seed Spreaders, Tents, Tow Bars, Sleeping Bogs, Trai/er Hitches, Utility Trailer, etc. For all your RENTAL NEEDS call WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Avenue S. Phone 328-8775 ST. PAUL Minn. (AP) - The president of a St. Paul bank gave $25,000 to an extortionist who threatened to blow up the bank Tuesday unless his instructions were followed. Stanier E. Mason, president of Commercial State Bank, told police he received a telephone rail through the bank's switchboard. "I hope you are not a nervous individual," the caller told Mason. "There are two bombs planted in your bank. They are controlled by radio." The caller ordered Mason to take $25,000 in a briefcast to a phone booth at a downtown corner of St. Paul. Mason obtained the money from Will Hauffman, head cashier, and told Hauffman to call police. No policy decision on abortions OTTAWA (CP) - The government hasn't made any policy decision to change existing abortion law, it was learned today. A spokesman for Justice Minister John Turner also said that no amendments to the law are on the drafting boards. He was commenting on reports from the Canadian Medical Association convention in Halifax that revisions may be introduced in Parliament by the end of the year. The medical association earlier this week voted for changes in the two-year-old law on therapeutic abortion. Prime Minister Trudeau Tuesday cast some doubt on whether a one-day Commons debate, forecast for the current session, will be held. He said it doesn't have priority and certainly won't take place before the summer recess expected this month. It might be held before the session ends next fall. Private colleges get more money EDMONTON (CP) - The provincial government has increased its per-student contribution to private colleges by $80 a year. A cabinet order - In - council handed down today said the MOVES UP - New president of 18,000-member Canadian Union of Postal Work-era is Jim McCall, 40, of Van-cover. He was elected In Calgary, succeeding William Houle of Ottawa. Rich man's son is kidnapped CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS "Barbara V^rent TORONTO, June 30th -Nothing boosts your confidence more than knowing that you're clean... fresh-as-a-daisy... and feminine all over. That's why DEMURE, the mint-fresh feminine douche, should be an important part o� your beauty routine. Demure is gently medicated to help destroy odour-causing bacteria. It's easy to use, too, and conies in a practical plastic bottle you can keep handy on your medicine shelf. So if you want the assurance... and poise... that comes with personal cleanliness, ask for Demure at your family drugstore now. I'm sure you'll agree that this is one of the easiest aids to loveliness! . I'M NOT SURPRISED that so many friends tell me DR. FOWLER'S fc EXTRACT OP WILD STRAWBERRY is a -3- ; 'must' in their household. Quite often changes in, food, water, car sickness or nervous excitement can cause the embarrassing symptoms c� diarrhea. Non-constipating Dr. Fowler's Extract is specially formulated from roots and herbs to soothe and settle intestinal balance. Dr: Fowler's has brought quick relief to children and adults for over 6 generations. No one is immune to the many causes of diarrhea, ' but you can be prepared. Just be sure to keep Dr. Fowler's Extract on hand... for home, cottage and trips! . DID YOU KNOV�THAT FOR MANY, MANY YEARS a fine Canadian product has brought welcome relief to those who suffer from asthma... or who cough night and day with chronic bronchitis? It is Templeton's RAZ-MAH GREYS capsules. Recently a friend told me that from the very first... Raz-Mah Greys gave her relief from the gasping for breath and wheezing of asthma that had made her life miserable. And for bronchial sufferers who have sensitive stomachs... Templetons recommend RAZ-MAH GREYS SPECIALS. Hay Fever sufferers use Templeton's RAZ-MAH BROWNS or RAZ-MAH GREYS SPECIALS for relief from sneezing, blowing and gasping. At all drugstores. PALERMO, Sicily (Reuter) - The 28-year-old son of one of Palermo's richest citizens, millionaire builder Francesco Vassalo, was kidnapped at gunpoint in a city street last night, police said. The kidnapping took place shodtly after Giuseppe Vassalo stepped out of a car. Last year Palermo police pro- posed that the elder Vassalo, 61, be sent to a place of enforced residence outside Sicily under special anti-Mafia laws because he was considered "socially dangerous" and was "suspected of collusion with the Mafia.'" After a hearing May 30, the case was adjourned until October. Record price paid for art work LONDON (AP) - A miniature portrait sold for $156,240 here. The price is believed to be a world record for such an art work. It was bought in 1842 by a peer for �18. The portrait, measuring i'A inches in diameter, was painted in 1605 by Isaac Peter Oliver, a French-born artist who died in London in 1617. The sale was by auction by Christie's who refused to name the British purchaser. The miniature was sold by the Earl of Derby who plans to open a safari park in the grounds of his stately mansion. His ancestor, the 13th Earl of Derby, bought the miniature from Horace Walpole, the British writer and architect $500,000 for Indian job plan OTTAWA (CP) - The Indian affairs department is putting up $500,000 to create summer employment for more than 800 Indian high school students. On reserves across Canada the students are to support or supplement existing services in consultation with Indian leaders or provincial associations. Students who can work on their own reserves while living at home will be given preference. They will be paid the present federal minimum wage of $1.65 an hour. The department said the program, designed to "broaden their understanding of band administration, particularly o n their home reserves," may be expanded next year. Finfe Day ivon't be the same FINK, Tex. (AP) - Poor Fink. It has just lost 80 per cent of its population. And with the big National Fink Day celebration only two weeks away. "It's liable to be a rather sad celebration," commented the mayor, Pat Albright. The population shrinkage came when 12 persons in two families vacated two houses with the closing of a nearby air base. That left Fink with a population of three-Mr. and Mrs. Willard Albright and an employee of their store, the only business in the crossroads village. The celebration is officially set for June 24, and Mrs. Al- bright's telephone Is jammed with calls for Finks saying they will attend. Taught to cuss in Spanish AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - El Paso policemen are being taught to curse in Spanish under a program financed with a $61,000 Texas Criminal Justice Council grant, the council said Tuesday. The program is conducted by the University of Texas at El Paso. "The officers must know the cuss words so they will know when they're being insulted," a spokesman said. Chrysler plant back to normal WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) -Chrysler Canada Ltd.'s passenger car assembly plant was back to normal Wednesday following walkouts that forced it to close for two successive days. A Chrysler spokesman said Tuesday's afternoon shift worked a full eight hours and today's day shift reported for work. On Monday and Tuesday mornings the company sent 1,800 hourly-rated production workers home for most of the day shift when about 50 workers in a key chassis assembly area left their jobs. The afternoon shift also worked its full shift Monday. Charles Brooks, president of United Auto Workers Local 444, said the walkouts appeared to be in protest against five-day suspensions of two employees Friday. Ashley Cooper to run again INMSFREE (CP) - Ashley Cooper will seek election in Vermilion - Viking constituency for Social Credit in the next provincial election. Mr. Cooper, who is deputy legislative Speaker, was unopposed at a nomination meeting here. A newspaper editor, first electedtothe legislature in 1959, Mr. Cooper is the party's 62nd nominated candidate. new grant is $1,050 compared with $970. It will be paid for students enrolled in courses leading to a university degree and for students taking general or Vocational subjects at the post-secondary level. Grants were increased to meet higher costs, an education department spokesman said. For students from outside Alberta, grants will be paid up to 10 per cent of a college's total enrolment. OPEN BIBLE STUDY Are you, bothered by all the doctrines of today? Would you Ilk* to know what the Bible sayi abouh The Holy Spirit and The Miraculous? CIVIC SPORTS CINTRI FREE TO ALL- 328-5711 TV OUTLET There is one television station in Ethiopia. c TIRES? � ... of COURSE PARTS AND SERVICE DEPTS. 19th St. and 3rd Ave. N. Phone 3274703 ASK ABOUT OUR JUNE POLYESTER TlftE SPECIALS! AVAIIABLI IN All SHIS 12 NOON SATURDAY OPIN TILl S P.M. DAILY . . GOES A LONG WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS. Dealers for  PONTIAC  BUICK  OMC  OPEL  FIRINZA 1971 CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE Prince Igor has no taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. v ^ Have the Prince ovetT f tonight. 49 EARLY BIRD WINNERS WILL YOU BE NEXT? 2 MORE EARLY BIRD DRAWS LEFT 'JULY 10 / AUGUST 10 Plus THE BIG ONE SEPTEMBER 11 AVAILABLE FROM SERVICE CLUBS AND CHARITY ORGANIZATIONS. Use this handy mail order coupon. Be sure to print clearly. PLEASE DO NOT USE A NOM DE PLUME] Your ticket will be mailed to you promptly. JUNE 5th TOP 4 EARLY BIRD WINNERS 1st Prlie - �M�0 O. M. olson, Lotherldge, Alte. 2nd Prize - M.1M oouo paterson, Vancouver, B.C. 3rd Prlie - �750 GEORGE alfano, Ooldon, B.C. 4th Prlie - $500 FRED SEMENIUK, Edmonton. Alte. WINNERS' $100 EARLY BIRD WINNERS TREVOR WRIGHT, Calgary, Alte. JEAN O'REILLY, Celgiry, Alte. DALE MIBTTINEN, Calgary, Alte. JACK CUBLL, Calgary, Alta. MR. and MRS. A. LaRIVIORI, Wlnnlptg, Man. DENIS TREMBLAY, Ouebae, P.C. A. C. MELVIN, Lethbrldgt, Alta. D. R. WILLIAMS, Edmonton, Alte. MRS. I. DEEDMAN, Rod Dear, Alta. ELAINE HEATH, Sault Ste. Maria, Ont. ESTHER STEINERT, Calgary, Alta. MRS. O. GOUR, Edmonton, Alta. L. A. ANDERSEN, Calgary, Alta. JOE ASCHINBRBNNSR, Edmonton Alte MR. V. KBRNBSTBD, Vancouver, B.C. VERNA CODE, Calgary, Alta. . MRS. H. M. CANNON, Calgary, Alte. MRS. E. RICHENS, Vencouver, B.C. N. J. MARSHALL, Edmonton, Alte. E. W. DOLLAN, Hanna, Alta. MRS. J. HAMILTON. Edmonton. Alta. CENEZ PODLOSKI, Edmonton, Alta. HILDA G. WARD, Winnipeg, Man. DON CAMPBELL, Edmonton, Alt*. DAVID CAMPBELL, Mllpltat, Calif. *50 EARLY BIRD WINNERS DON SHANNON, Edmonton, Alta. MRS. R. SKULSKY, Calgary, Alta. MRS. KAY GALLANT, Calgary, Alta. MRS. GRETA NORMAN. Calgary, Alta. C. M. JO P. JORDAN, Vulcan, Alfa. MRS. ANNE CHERRY, Calgary, Alta. GEORGE SARANCHUK, Claretholm, Alta. ben wiltqn, Calgary, Alta. MRS. ALICE gibck, Alrdrie, Alte. DURHOLT HELMUT, Calgary, Alta. JOHN STBLMOCK, St. Michael Alta. AGNRS O'Sl/LLIVAN, Calgary, Alta. ANNS AITKBN, Edmonton, Alta. JUDY COPITHORNE, Calgary, Alta. D. fisher, Calgary, Alte. BERT SULLIVAN, Calgary, Alta. �RWIN KNESPILO, Halkirk, Alta. W. f. ROBERTS, Calgary, Alta. MRS. M. CAMPBELL. Now Wettmlmtar, b.C. ALEX f. HOLLO, Calgary, Alta. ON THE 11TH RUNNING OF THE STAMPEDE FUTURITY STAKES SEPTEMBER 11, 1971, AT VICTORIA PARK. CAL* GARY. ALBERTA. YOU COULD ALSO WIN THESE PRIZES. ORAW SEPTEMBER 4. & $100,000 $ 7,500 lll>lltMMM� 5|000 SECOND PRIZE ~~ $22,500 FOURTH PRIZE THIRD PRIZE............ 12,500 FIFTH PRIZE Sixth to twenty-fifth ticket holders will divide ,�� SI 5,000 Seventy-five cash prizes of $100 each .________........... $ 7,500 Any charitabl* organisation or itrvic. club ulting Calgary SUmpta* futurity SnMpitake fccMti rettiVa* 20% convniiuon on �U toML ;