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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (CP Wirepholo) HOMOSEXUAL COUPLE UNITED Michel Girouard and Rejean Tremblay, two self-described homosexuals, were united In a marriage-like ceremony in a downtown restaurant. The ivro men made news recently when 1hey attempted to obtain blessings of the Roman Catholic Church for their union but this they were denied. No'RCMPi probe into govl., leaks I OTTAWA (CP) The RCMP bas not been called in to assist in investigating the leak of con- fidential cabinet documents, Prime Minister Trudeau said Tuesday. Replyin.3 to a Commons ques- tion by Opposition Leader Stan- field, Mr. Trudeau said no min- ister has asked the federal po- lice force for help, Tiiere havo been a series ol leaks of secret papers to tho press in recent months. Tha iriost notable case was publica- tion in November of a report on foreign ownership in The Cans, dian Forum. Mr. Trudeau said earlier hs had ordered an invesigation ol the disclosures, which in fho first instance would be carried out by cabinet ministers within their departments. However, any minister who could call in the police. CALLED TO ORDER On being Informed that nono has, Mr. Stanlield suggested the government is not interested in finding out is responsible for the leaks. He asked how the prime min- ister "expects any of us to be- Accused Edmonton doctor tails in tiles action EDMONTON (CP) Dr. I ohn David Craig who has een charged with criminal egligence in the deaths of four 'atients was denied his ation Tuesday to cancel a earch warrant that allowed rolice to seize his patient files or the second time. Senior Provincial Judge Carl tolf ordered the patient filc.s nd medical documents, seized londay from Hie doctor's skid road office, turned over to the crown prosecutor. The judge said they may be used in proceedings related to 'our charges of criminal negli jelice causing death for which Dr. Craig has been summonsed .0 appear in court March 27. OPERATES CLINIC 'file doctor, who operates clinic to treat alcoholics and drug addicts, had been charged earlier with defrauding tho Al- berta Health Care Insurance Commission of in nine claims made on April At the time of his arrest on the first charge, Dr. Craig's medical files containing case histories of his patients wera seized under a search warrant, However, Chief Justice J, V, H. Milvain ruled in Alberta Supreme Court last week that the search warrants under which the files were seizet were granted on the basis ol information that was "techni' cally defective." Justice Milvain ordered tho iriginal documents returned to Dr. Craig and said that copies of Hie documents should re- main scaled in the custody of he clerk of the supreme court, NEW REQUEST The new request for a search waiTant U> obtain the files was made to look for evidence ro- tated to the charges of crimi- nal negligence, Attorney-Gen- eral Merv Leitch said Monday i a news release. The latest warrant names two of the deceased as Sidney Dolynchufc and Clarence Ar nold Durham, stating thai they were being treated by Dr. Craig as a physician at the time of their deattis.'1 At Tuesday's hearing on the warrant, Judge Rolf said that a recent CBC program from Edmonton was in his opinion comtempt of. this court bu proceedings would not taken." Me said there "will nol any publicity" regarding tho case other than factual reporl ing of what had taken place. Dr. Craig's defence counsel Roslyk Sadownik told Judgo Rolf it was "unfortunate tho order wasn't made before tha attorney general of this prov ince mada his statement last night." In his three page statement Attorney General Leitch out lined the legal steps akead; akeii !n the case, saying that for some time the police have investigating Dr. Craig's methods of prescribing certain Inigs." Mr. Leilch also said the in- 'ormation upon which polico aid Hie fraud charges was ob- ained during the investigation into allegations of criminal negligence. WON'T PLOWS CAIRN'S, Australia (Reuter) Charles Struber, a 35-ycaroId mechanic ami executive officer of the Wildlife Preservation So- ciety, has given up repairing Bulldozers for the sake of con- servation. He said fixing bull- dozers was like "giving bullets .0 the enemy." y. Moitli 1772 7IIE inHBRlOOE HERAIO g Japan must apologize to China TOKYO (Renter) Japanese government leaders said today Japan must apologize, to China (or past deeds to normalize re- lations between the two coun- tries. Foreign Minister Taken 1'u- kurla told a parliamentary com- mittee Japyji must frankly ac- knowledge that slio had given China trouble with the Man- churian incident and Uie Sino- Japanese war. In Kf32, Japan annexed the Chinese province of Ivfanchuria and in 1937 launched a full-scale invasion Clima. "T h i s acknowledgement should get normalization Fukuda said. "We must convey our self-criticism and apology to China." He said an expression of self- criticism or apology could be contained in a peace treaty or a declaration of peace anct nor- malization of relations. Premier Eisaku Sato to'd the committee it might bo most effective to express such an at- titude through parliament. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple liow quickly ono may lose pounds of unsightly fat riyht in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all mid costs little. Just go to yaut drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juico to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day aa needed and follow the Narac Reducing Plan, If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way io Jose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't, disappear from neck, chin, nrr.nc, abdomen, hips, calves and stiUts just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderneea. Note how quickly bloat disappears how much better you fneJ. More alive, youthful appearing and active. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audtologfil look at these feature) 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW SATTERY EXPENSE (6 men I hi on ona battery) 3. S1EMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in sen and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327.8551 for appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologir-l Membc Hea of National g Aid Society Member of AlbrrW Hearing Aid lieve" the government Is ious to establish how they oc curred. The opposition leader was called to order by Speaker Lu- cien Lamoureux. Erik Nielsen (PC-Yukon) asked whether the "special se- curity police" have been asked for assistance in the investiga- tion. Mr. Trmicau replied that ho had never heard of such a force. Tlie Yukon member then said he meant a security analysis group established in Solicitor- General Jean-Pierre Goyer's of- fice last year to analyse secu- rity information, Mr. Tradeau said the group haci not been set up for such a purpose. MEN KEEP HOUSE KUALA LUMPUR (AP) Forty-two per cent of all house- wives in West Malaysia aro the definition of a housewife as "the person who is mainly responsible for mailing the marketing decisions for the survey firm re- ported. ELEOTROHOME 7ELCVISIOH WITH THE DlffCKENCE CLEARANCE! CANADA'S FINEST COLOR TV NOW AT REDUCED PRICES t 1LICTRO-IOK FINE TUNING ELECTRO-TINT AUTOMATIC TINT O BLACK MATRIX PICTURE TUBE 1 ONLY 24" CLARIDGE SPANISH Rag. Special' t ONLY 26" LANGFORD LOWBOY Rmf4 ft Reg. 110 1 ONLY 26" CONTEMPORARY Reg. Special' 1 ONLY 26" ATWOOn CONSQII Ron. Srwdnl' See Ihoss beautiful sels now on display a) ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1533 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-5020 NATIONAL DEPT. STORE PURCHASES BALANCE OF, BANKRUPT STOCK OF DOREEN'S BOUTIQUE, LETHBRIDGE SALE STARTS THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd-Doors Open at 8 urn. DOUBLE KNIT JERSEY SKIRTS c M.S. Originals TT Button Front Wrap around Full Skirt Reg.to15.9S.....NOW PATCH SWEATERS HUBA HUBA YOURS MINE Reg. te 12.00 NOW........ 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