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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Watergate bugging methods familiar to former spy NEW YORK (AP) Alger Hiss is watching Watergate hearings on television and ha he has a sence of having seen the same thing before. Hiss was convicted of perjury In 1950 after hearings in which he was charged by a witness with having spied for tha Soviet Union. He said he now is con- vinced that the United States administration used the same and break- gain evidence against him that it is alleged to have used in Watergate. "They did the same thing to me that the administration did in he said, leaning over the table in a small Italian restaurant in Greenwich Vil- lage. "I know they wiretapped me, but at the time people didn't think it was bad. "And they tried the case with leaks and innuendoes in the NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not to look into Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY Tta xly Cmdten Compwy providing udiainlr u press. In a way that's ironic be- cause now it's being used against them." Hiss is 68. He's been out of jail for nearly 20 years and sells printing supplies in Man- hattan. He's still fighting in the courts to cfear his name. When he talks about Water- gate, he makes it clear he's talking about the U.S. govern- ment in general, not about President Nixon, who as a con- gressmen was one of his most diligent prosecutors. In the last few years, Hiss has spent much time lecturing at colleges, most of them in the East. He has also lectured in Britain. Tall and thin, he dresses in Ivy League clothes and talks the precise eastern in- flection that reflects his years at Johns Hopkins, Harvard Law School and the state depart- ment. He generally stays out of poli- tics now, although he one speaking appearance on behalf of Philip Berrigan during the priest's trial in Harrisburg, Pa. "I've had a good said Hiss. "People have been good to me. I've never reacted badly. But then, of course, I've been in the effete East." CAREER WRECKED But he observed that his ca- reer, which had begun with promise in the state department and shifted to the Carnegie Foundation, had gone out the window. "I can't practise he said. "As a convicted felon, that's automatic. And nobody's offering me a teaching jab in a collegs, although I lecture there." He feels he was caught in the conservative reaction to the New Deal after the Second World War. "I was a handy compendium of he said. "I had been at Yalta, at the beginnings of the United Nations. I was a New Dealer. A lot of people even thought I was Jewish." Stuck tongue out A woman identified as Mrs. Aiejandrina Cox de Val- divieso is arrested by police in Santiago after witnesses said she recognized Gen. Carlos Prato, 58, commander- in-chief of the Chilean army, from her tiny red auto as she passed and stuck her tongue out at him. The angry general ordered his car to pursue her. The Cox woman and a male passenger were arrested- and are to go be- fore a military court. Chrysler raps GM muffler system DETROIT (AP) In a rare bit of corporate sniping, Chrys- ler Corp. has testified before an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hearing that a General Motors Corp. catalytic OFFICIAL LANGUAGES German, French and Italian are all official languages of Switzerland. Notice to all Preschool Parents: The LETHBRIDGE PRESCHOOL SERVICES PROJECT BOARD wishes to announce that they will be operating preschool classes on the NORTH and SOUTH side of the city beginning August 27, 1973. This preschool service It sponsored by the PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICES and has been in operation for five years. The aim of the pro- ject is to increase the opportunity for enriching family life. The project tries to do this by having a school readiness program which involves parents ond children. The NORTH side dosses will be located in WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL 15 Avenue and 18 Street North. The SOUTH side classes will be located in FLEETWOOD BAWDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 9 Avenue and 12 Street South. The children will be selected from the following criteria: 1. Mentally and Physically handicapped children. DEFINITION: Children who have, because of environ- mental or hereditary factors, physical, sensory or emotional handicaps which limit their normal growth and develop- ment. (Quoted from: "Operational Plans for Early Childhood Services" THE GOV- ERNMENT OF ALBERTA March, 1973. AGE OF CHILDREN ACCEPTED: 3 to 5 years of age 2. language handicapped children. DEFINITION: Children who speak another language in the home other than English AGE OF CHILDREN ACCEPTED: 4 to 5 years of age. 3. Family Stressi a. Family size b. One Parent Family c. Financial Need d. Other considerations AGE OF CHILDREN ACCEPTED: 5 years of age or those beginning school in the- fall of 1974. 4. -Children within walking distance of Fleetwood Bawden and Winston Churchill. AGE OF CHILDREN CCEPTED: 5 years of age or those children beginning school in the fall of 1974. 5. Children from ony area in the city. AGE OF CHILDREN ACCEPTED: 5 years of ago or those children beginning school in the of 1974. TRANSPORTATION to the facilities will not be pro- vided by the project. The FEE is per month for five half days o week. Ways PARENTS can become involved in the project include: a. Refreshment Comittee b. Transportation Committee c. Material Making Committee d. Facilities Committee e. Social Activities Committee f. Policy and Personnel Committee g. Babysitting Committee h. Other Neighborhood Needs Committee i. Finance Committee j. Family Life Education k. Program Assessment I. Information Committee m. Visitation Committee To moke application and for further Information contact: Miss Pat! Wigelsworth Residence: 328-3204 Energy policy delay outlined OTTAWA (CP) Energy Minister Donald Macdonald was non-committal when asked Thursday in the Commons when the government will bring down national energy policy. Mr. Macdonald told NDP Leader David Lewis that such a policy would have to evolve from consultations with provin- cial governments. A nationl energy policy "should have the accord and acquiesence of all parts of the country." A two-volume 639-page energy study was tabled in the House Thursday night by Mr. Macdo- nald- It presents alternative proposals to dealing with as- pects of the energy business, but contains no policies or rec- ommendations. Many'responsibilities for dea- ling with energy problems are outside federal government con- trol, said Mr. Macdonald. Pol- icies only could be based on agreements with other regions. Cries of "arrogant, pom- greeted Mr. Macdonald when he suggested it is politi- cally advantageous for opposi- tion parties to create a crisis atmosphere over energy. He also said a proposed two- price system for petroleum products would have "different impacts on different parts of the country." This proposal also would require consultation with the provinces. Grandpa Gene LOS ANGELES (AP) The daughter-in-law of actor Gene Barry gave birth to an eight- pound, three-ounce hoy yester- day at Cedars of Lebanon Hos- pital, a spokesman for the ac- tor said. The infant is the son of Michael and Susan Barry. FALLING HAIR SUPPLY HARROGATE, England (CP) Speakers at the International Violin and Bow Makers' Confer- ence complained about a short- age of Siberian horsehair used for stringing bows. A disease on the Siberian steppes has. struck down thousands of horses and horsehair has doubled in price during a single year. Come over on the Mayflower I It's softer I It's safer! We'll give your things an Air-Cushion-Ride. mates upon request. FERNIE CARTAGE COMPANY j muffler system won't meet 1976 i emission standards. I In fact, the GM catalytic ex- haust system developed for 1975 cars "does not satisfy the re- quirements of the original 1975 standards now required for said Sydney L. Terry, Chrysler vice-president of envi- ronmental and safety relations. The mini-blast breaks an Un- written taboo in which the ma- jor auto-makers generally re- frain from public one-up- least in regard to auto emission standards. Earlier this month, GM Presi- dent Edwin N. Cole said the GM converter system would last the lifetime of the car and would cost only ?150. CLAIMS NITPICKING In testimony before the EPA Tuesday, GM did not deny the Chrysler charge but indicated its competitor might be nitpick- ing. "The only possibility of com- plying with the statutory stand- ard for the 1976 model year, within the limited time avail- able and for our complete pro- duction line, involved the use of a "reducing Ernest S. Starkmen, vice-president in charge of GM's environmental activities staff, told the EPA hearing. Starkman explained the "re- ducing catalyst" performs a dif- ferent chemical function than the "oxidizing catalyst" which GM plans to use for control of hydrocarbons and carbon mon- oxide on its 1975 model czrs. A GM spokesman in Detroit said he thought Chrysler might have "missed the point" of Cole's statement since the 1976 device will be different from the 1975 device. However, he is- sued an official "no comment." In his testimony, Starkman urged the EPA to delay for one year the effective date for more stringent controls of 1976 oxides of nitrogen in automobile ex- become effective with 1977 cars. ANNOUNCEMENT TOM SEINES Ben Reimer and Henry Krahn of Astro Realty Ltd. are pleased to announce the ap- pointment of Tom Seines as Sales Manager for their firm. Tom comes to Astro Realty ltd. with a wide range of Ex- perience in the selling field. If your thinking of Buying or Selling Property. Please call lorn at 328-7748 or 328-5990. Deadline set for public briefs EDMONTON (CP) An eight-member legislative com- mitee, established to study the regulations of Alberta statutes, has set Aug. 10 as the last day for accepting briefs from the public. The committee is to hold pub- lic hearings in September to gather further recommenda- tions and complaints before making a report to the legisla- ture. The committee was formed New army tank WASHINGTON (CP) The U.S. Army committed million Thursday for the devel- opment of a new battle tank, needed primarily for use in Eu- ope. A contract was awarded Chrysler Corp. and million to General Mo- tors. after concern was expressed that regulations could be un- democratic because they do not require legislative approval. INSTALL A.M.A. HEAD NEW YORK (AP) Dr. Rus- sell Roth, 59, a urologist from Erie, Pa., was inaugurated as the 128th president of the Amer- ican Medical Association. Saturday, June 30, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HEKA10 13 Reserve Indians must obey gov't. game regulations OTTAWA (CP) Alberta In- dians living on reserves must obey laws of general application passed by the provincial legisla- ture, including game laws, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled today in a 4-to-3 decision. Mr. Justice Bora Laskin, who disagreed with the majority judgment, noted the judgment applies equally to treaty In- dians living on reserves any- where in Canada. Before the court was an ap- peal by Charlie Cardinal, a treaty Indian living on Sucker Creek Indian reserve in north- ern Alberta, against his con- viction of trafficking in big game. Mr. Cardinal, brother of Har- old Cardinal, Alberta Indian Brotherhood president, admit- ted selling a piece of moose meat to a provincial game offi- cer. In his defence he said treaty Indians living on re- serves are exempt from provin- cial game laws because of their right to hunt and fish for food at all times of the year. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capital Furniture Bldg. PHONE 338-7684 HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS I Invitations Announcements (74 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Thank You Cards Napkins Matches We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Mr. Justice Ronald Martland, writing the majority decision for the high court, said prov- inces cannot enact laws solely affecting Indians or Indian re- serves. This was federal juris- diction. MASTER'S DEGREE The degree of Master of Science was conferred on Dennis Cote of Winnipeg at tho Spring Convocation Cere- mony of the University cf Manitoba. Dennis is the grandson of Mrs. Martha Bachman and the late Adolf Bachman of this city. On the completion of his senior matriculation In Winnipeg, he entered the Faculty of Pharmacy at the U. of M, where he received his B.Sc. Pharmacy in Margaret Cote and daugh- ters Glenda and Mary of Strathmore attended the eon- vocation exercises. Dennis hopes to work as a clinical pharmeceutical micro- biologist at the Winnipeg General Hospital. He Is aljo extremely interested In the field of continuing education for pharmacists. Remember? He was all bronze, biceps and ten feet no bully kicked sand in your face while he was around. Yesterday's heroes had a style all their a beer all their own: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. And it's stiil going strong today, still slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest, old-time flavour. Help yourselfl TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROB HOUSE OF LETHBRTOGH ;