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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, June 26, 1972 Pattern Pattern Travel gaily along in tlatlermg new cape. INSTANT CROCHET cape -fashionable tiling to fling over pants, skirts, dresses! Use worsted. No. 9 hook for lacy, solid Ualids. Pat. 7479: Sizes to fit 10-16 and 18-42. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks. Print plainly PATTERN' NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto I, Ontario Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS New Howard Young, 94, multi-millionaire art dealer, great-uncle of actress Elizabeth Taylor and friend of former president Dwight Eisenhower. New Fleischer, 84. founder of Ring Magazine ant considered the world's forcmosl boxing authority, after a lengthy illness. TWICE AS SLIMMING double diagonal narrows you ill the way from bust to hip- .ine. Sew this important style .n new knits and blends. Printed PaUeni 45S3: NEW Halt Sizes IDVi, 2012. She (bust 37) akes yards 35-inch. SEVENTV-P'IVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps, ulease) for each pattern add Iri cents for each pattern for mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and (he name of the Lethoridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send SOc INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to- wear answers. Hydro Shoe store owner arrested strike by FBI in extortion case preads AT 80 STILL ABLE Pearl 5. Buck begins her 80th year Monday with optimism about her fulure as bolh a writer and foundation guiding force. She heads several oganizations concerned with, the welfare of children of mixed Asian-American parentage. Amtrak loans guaranteed WASHINGTON (AP) A bill authorizing million in grants and loan guarantees (or the National Railroad Passen- ger Corp. plus million a year for service links to Canada and Mexico was signed by President Nixon. In an effort to spur the finan- cially troubled corporation, known as Amtrak, toward greater' profits, be legislation also cuts the annual sal- ary of the corporation's presi- dent to Amtrak is a government- backed corporation create under a law to run U.S. in tercity passenger trains unt July, 1973. The legislation signed b Nixon adds authorization fi million in federal gran and makes two-stage boost million in the loan gu. antee ceiling. In addition, it calls for mil- lion annually to help set up service between the U.S. net- work and Montreal and Vancou- ver, Canada, and Neuvo Laredo, Mexico. S TORONTO (CP) The Cana- iian Union of Public Employ- es, which began a series of ong-thrcatcned rotating strikes gainst Ontario Hydro Sunday night, expanded its strike action oday against the publicly- iwned utility. A spokesman for Local 1000 aid the union notified Hydro oday (hat 245 workers at two ites were joining the 715 that valked off their jobs Sunday al our locations. The spokesman said the strike call went out today to a five- man fuel-handling team at the Dickering nuclear piant, 00 con- trol operators at that same )Iant, 120 construction workers at the Bruce heavy water plant at Douglas Point and CO control operators at that same plant. Sunday's strike, which began it a p.m. at the Lakeview end Richard L. Hearn generating stations in Toronto. J. Clark Keith station in Windsor and Lambton near Sarnia, continued today. NEW YORK (neuter) Ai 45-year-old shoe store owner from Beacon, N.Y., was ar- here in c o n n e ction with extortion plots against the Cunard luxury liner Queen Eliz- abeth 2 and American Airlines, the FBI announced. John F. Malone, assistant director in charge ot (lie New York division of the FBI, said Joseph Anthony Landisi was ar- rested in his store. Landisi was charged on a fed- eral complaint of extortion in connection with the Queen Eliz- abeth 2 incident, which began May 17 when Charles Dickson, vice-president of Cimard, re- ceived a telephoned bomb threat. The caller warned Dick- son that bombs were set lo go off on the liner, which was in mid-Allanlic at that lime, if a ransom of was not paid. While arrangements were being made to pay tlie ransom, four frogmen were parachuted into the ocean near the giant liner, picked up hy the ship's crew and conducted a search for the bombs. No explosive de- vices were found and the ship landed without incident at Cher- bourg, France. In all, Diekson received threa letters giving him instructions on where to deliver the ransom, but the money was never picked up. On June 16, a letter was re- ceived by American Airlines signed "The People's Welfare." demanding cr the air- line's terminals and planes would be damaged. On June 20, the FBI said, a second letter was received giv- ing instructions that the ransom be taken to a certain locale in the Beacon area. The instruc- tions were followed, but no one showed up for the money. The FBI refused to give exact details about how Landisi be- came a suspect in the alleged extortion plots. Beacon is a (own of about 90 miles north of New York City. Alps claim 160 BERNE (Reuler) Swiss mountain accidents claimed the lives of 1GO persons last year among them 47 skiers and 20 persons who fell while walking on narrow paths or picking Alpine flowers. LQQKEMG FOR A FAMILY BUSINESS? GROCERY AND MEAT STORE IOCATED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TOWN Completely stocked, including Fridges, Counters, Cash Regislers. elc. Building 30' x 40'. APPROXIMATE VAIUE Will trade for home in Soulhern Alberla for information, wrilc or phone J. L. LIZEE, HAYS, ALBERTA Ph. 725-3752 Ph. 725-3933 Canada. Stand together. Understand together. ade school Hood in below ?ero Jo (arm ihii living il The 'rue north, strong cr.d iree and together. How do keep il 1 ha I way? Well, Ihe first sfep is for each of us fo begin lo understand our f slfovv Canadians. They may live a thousand miles away. They speak a different language. They may be Canadians, not by birfh but by choice. And the more different they are, the more understanding they need. That's to say. But how do we do it? Vveil, fo l.ssp cur courilry fogelher, we have to un- derstand that some Canadians need more help than others. That we cannot solve our problems un- less we help o lot of Canadians to caich up. Is that ioo much ask? May- be we're stretched so thin from eos' to west that all we're capable of is caring only about ourselves in our own litMe backyard. Bui you know something if we ever let our country come apart our own little backyard may be left standing there pretty lonely end confused. And then where are we? It's nof easy to understand the Oilier fellow. Especially if some- Times it seems as though he doesn't understand you. Yet one thing is There are a [ol more people who want to understand and wan' to keep Canada logelher than those who would (ear if aparl. But it's going take lime and we've got to start now. if we don't, what wiJl ever say to our children and iheir child- they ask us, "Where were you when there was sMIl a chance lo save "Ihe advertising industry and your community Board or Chamber, SSMPSONS-SEARS Self Portrait Eyes by Mirror mirror on Ihe wall, who has the loveliesl eyes of all? You do! When your eyes are beaulifully expressed by exciting eye colours, frosts, gentle shadows and liners by Elizabeth Arden. Who efsel Self Portrait "eyes" collection The shadows: jliree formulas, applicator. Powdercream Eye Shadow, 5 shades, each ilh spcnge 4.00 Powdcrfrost Eye Shadow, 11 shades, each Ullrafrosr Eye Shadow, super-high frosted, 7 shades, each Shadow II, dual shadow compact applicator and Iwo powder frost in light ond 5 combinations, each The Eyeliners: Iwo formulas, sable- blend, fine line brush, non-smudge and non-skip. Cream-Cake Linen: 9 shades, each 4.50 liquid-Cream liner 9 shades, each Mascara: Won't smudge, coke, floke, 7 shades, each the Brow Colour: Matched to natural hair shades, brush- on with its own brush, 6 shades, each Also: Eyeliner Brush, ecuh 1.25 Creamy Eyeliner Brush, each Eye Makeup Kern over Cream, Juba 2T5Q Beauly and Health Depl. Just For You! A 3-PIECE BEAUTY BONUS (With any purchase of 7.50, or more) from Elizabeth Arden. for beaulilu] noils bo n si ing colour ond shine! Youll receive nail locquer, top coat. And for luscious lips lipstick! Meet Mrs. Elizabelh Davison The Arden Representative TUGS, to fr'i, in Our Cosmetic Dcpf. Quality Cosls No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 o.ra. lo 9 p.m. Conlre VillagJ. 328-9231 ;