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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PM Wilson Recommends RC Cardinal Be Made House Of Lords Member' LONDON The Evening News says Prime Min- ister Wilson would like In see Cardinal Heenan, who heads the Roman Catholic Cluirch in Britain, made a member of the House of Lords. "As a way of bridging the gap between the churches it would be a bold gesture which would please a lot of people and make for more consistent tion in the upper says The News. The Church of England is rep- resented in the Lords by the Archbishop of Canterbury and other bishops, while Methodist Lord Soper is another church- man currently a member of the upper house. Heenan, 65, is archbishop of Westminster. Wddimdny, 17, 1970 TM EICTHIWIOGC HERAID Compulsory Driver Training Hi Seek Aid For Cambodia MOSCOW (AP) special help to end hostilities in Cam- Asian mission launched an ef- bodia. Jort here Tuesday to get Soviet D ary Pool Fined On. Egg Charge RED DEER (CP) Central Alberta Dairy Pool pleaded guilty here in Magistrate's Court to three charges of dis- tributing contaminated frozen products. The pool was fined on each charge. Charges were laid May 12, 1969, after three inspectors vi- sited the plant in Red Deer and took samples. Two lots of frozen egg whites were found contam- inated with bacteria of (he genus Salmonella and one lot of whole frozen eggs with genus Arizona. The lots of contaminated pro- ducts were seized in Jasper, Alta., and in Toronto and were dastnoyed. Peter Power, counsel for the Pool said it has since stopped manufacture of these products, He said routine testing pro- cedures had not been followed When the contaminated prod- ucts had been shipped before am inspection report was re-i Officials from Japan, Malay- sia and Indonesia, headed by In- d o n c s i a n Foreign Minister j Adam Malik, have a list of ap- pointmerits with foreign Minis- j ter Andrei A. Gromyko and i other top officials. I The delegation hopes to get a sympathetic hearing from the Soviet Union on aims of an II- country conference on Cam- bodia in Jakarta, Indonesia, last month BATTLES BLAZE IN BRIEFS Carlyle Campbell, a volunteer member department was out driving in only his shorts and shoes when he hea a house fire in Komoka Ont. He hurried to the scene, took off his shoes so get wel, and pitched in with his mates to fight the fire. Komoka is fiv London. Smoke Bombs Mar Opening Of Raee Viscount Sinclair Dies At 79 LONDON (Reuters) Vis- count Thurso, who as Sir Archi- bald Sinclair was British ait- minister during the Second World War and a leading mem- ber of the Liberal party, died today. He was 79. Lord Thurso was an MP for 23 years until he was defeated in IMS. He was air minister under Winston Churchill from 1940 to 1945 and leader of the parliamentary Liberal party from 1935 to 1945. Thurso, from Scotland, fought in the army in the First World War. He returned to become personal secretary to Churchill, who was then war minisilir. He received his title in 1952. LONDON (API Three smoke bombs filled an under- ground corridor with fumes at New Delivery Wheal, Quotas WINNIPEG (CP) New de- i livery quotas for a number of prairie points were announced today by the Canadian Wheat Board. All quotas are effective im- mediately. A two-bushel pei' specified acre quota is effective at two Saskatchewan points and one Alberta location, while a three bushel quota goes into effect at Manitoba c e n t r e s. 38 Sas- katchewan points and 12 Albei ta locations. A four bushel quota is effec- tive at nine centres in Mani- toba, 14 in Saskatchewan and 24 in Alberta. j the Ascot horse race course Tuesday just after Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Anne had passed on their way to the winners' enclosure. A policeman who carried away the burred-out smoke bombs said two other bombs had been placed nearby. Earlier, Queen Elizabeth. Prince Philip, and other mem- bers of the Hoyal Family had driven in a procession of open carriages down the centre of the grassy track to open the three- day Ascot race meeting, known as Royal Ascot Week. The meeting is a traditional showcase for fashions as well as horse. It is Britain's most glanv ACTOR. WIFE SEPARATE HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor Robert Wagner, star of televi- sion's It Takes a Thief, and his wife have separated, a spokes- man for the couple announced Monday. Wagner and his wife Marion have been married seven years. Tiiey have daughter, Katharine, 6. orous race evenl and starts trip high summer season for British society. VANCOUVER (CP) People wlk) cannot afford (o pay for a driver training course should not be allowed to drive, the president of the Canadian Auto- mobile Association .said d ly. Grant Brown said in an inter- Mew the problem of death on the highway is too critical for the public to ignore I he impor- tance of a driver training course. "The Institution of compul- driver training would prob- ably arouse great public pro- test, but the highway death toll has reached a very critical point and is going up every said Mr. Brown. He suggested tin; govennr.cil and possibly insurance compan- ie.s should contribute to H na- tional driver training scheme. Speaking as the associa- tion's annual convention opened here, Mr. Brown .said "a good driver training course would cost between and "This would result in a 10 to 15 per cent 'drop in insurance which would probably pay for the course within two years. "People will say they cannot afford the course and that mak- ing it compulsory is an in- fringement of llicir rights, but if people can't afford it they shouldn't be allowed on the road." The problems of pollution from automobiles and mechani- cal safely .should not eclipse major problem of Ibc driver. Brown a I .s n recominewiod more atlcnliun lie to tin: problem of rapid transit. The convention continues un- til Thursday. SKIN TIN PACT MOSCOW 'Renters) I'-o- livia and the Soviet Union signed a scientific and technical co-operation agreement Monday providing the Latin American state with Soviet know-how for iU tin industry. W Bars Advice CO-ORDINATES Give Dad a HAT orsteds. Reg. 69.50 SPECIAL Dress and Sport Shirts Nylon Shell Jackets Assorted colors, some with racing stripes zipper pockets, hidden hood. Reg. 9.95. SPECIAL FOR FATHER'S DAY Men s Pymmcts MEN'S WEAR 318 5th Street S. Phone 327-4210 Other Gift Suggestions SLIPPERS JEWELLERY SOCKS TIES wig Number VANCOUVER (CP> The first bit of advice handed out by the new legal advice service set up by the Vancouver Bar Association turned out to be a wrong number. The lawyers gave 682-683) as number to be called in Van- couver for legal advice at a nominal fee. Today they said the number should be 682-6381. RED DRY The wine that's winning the West! Calona Red Dry is winning new friends Every The reason: superior quality and consistent good tasln! 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