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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'HE UTHBRIOGf HERAIO Monday, 23, SENATOR 11YHI1 Quits 1'arty Senator Harry h'. llyrd of Vir- ginia announced in Washington he is leaving the Democratic party to become an indepen- Bvrd said in a twp-page state- ment, prin'.cHl for distribution in his state, that he now considers himseU "an independent Demo- crat." Only two senators have switched parlies in recent poli- tical history. Former Oregon senator Wayne Morse switched from Republican to independent and then Democrat in 1933. Sen- ator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, like Ryrrl a conser- vative southerner, snitched from the Democratic to the Republican party in ISM. A spokesman for Jane Foiula called "totallv untrue" rumors that she and her husband, Rog- er Vadim, have separated and were planning to divorce. GossipColumnist Edgar Sclineider reported the alleged separation and impending di- vorce in the French newspa- per Paris-Presje. A 23-year-old San Francisco secretary had her bosom enlarged with silicor.e is claim- ing in damages because one ot her inflated breasts sprang a teak and went flat The suit, brought against New York silicons company, al- leged the liquid leaked out tlirough a fault in the seam of the retainer planted in tlic left breast. Prime .Minister Trudeaifs of- fice has forwarded a letter ask- ing I h a I snowmobile inven- tor Armand Bombardier, who died in 1363, be honored post- humously to a committee which awards ihe Order of Canada. Bernard Wickaerl fainted when he walked into a cafe at France, and saw his waiting for him. lie had attended her "funeral" in No- vember. Denise M, left her husband and six children in September to live in Lille. Two months later the nude body of a woman was taken from the Rive Lys and Wick- aerl identified it as his wife. Police now are trying to identify the coipse buried un- der a gravestone bearing Mrs. Wickaerl's name. Uranium Glut Towu Reacts To More Bad News ELLIOT LAKE, Ont. (CP) Host news has been bad news since Franc Joubin discovered the world's richest uranium de- posit under the rock, swamp and spruce tliat covers this part of Northern Ontario. So, when Stephen B. Roman, chairman of Dcnison Mines Ltd., announced Friday the company's mire here might have (o be closed if additional finances cannol lie. found, Hceve Hoger Taylor's reaction was tai- lor-made. "A disaster, a terrible said Peeve Taylor. Mr. Homan, apparently blocked by new federal regula- tions in his attempt to sell con- trolling interest in Denison (o the subsidiary nf a United States company, said OU.wa's move could destroy Elliot Lake. Elliot Lake is a typical North- ern Ontario built on the wealth of a raw resource, in this case uranium. It was founded in 1954 and is home of North America's larg- est known uranium reserves, believed to comprise pounds of uranium. FIND STARTED liUSII It all began bnek in the early 19SOs when Joubin. a geologisi, discovered the radioactive min- eral and started a prospecting rush equal to Hie Klondike goli rush. When the assays showed posi- tive, Elliot Lake spaivned more than a dozen mines in a com- munity Iliat saw no tarpaper shacks. On the contrary, it was community with elaborate homes, shopping plazas and modern services. The community, about 80 miles east of Sanll .Vie. Marie, has a population of At one all Ihe mines were operating in pop- ulation was 2o.OOO. Since 1559, times have been hard. In fact, last November Reeve Alcide Alemany said the town was heading into bankruptcy. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORID iU.S. Tourists Still Stranded Iii Cambodia i BANGKOK (AP) About 525 j United States including playwright Arthur Miller, have been caught in Cambodia by Ihe cuitent political upheaval and are trying to get to Thailand, U.S. r.cwspapcr publisher Mar- tin Wolman said today. publisher of the. 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