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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'Ht ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Ihurnlny. March 23, 1972 N e wI'o n odlaiid election ST. JOHN'S, N'tld. lion campaign, had liltle ;xi me times il scom.s ,ts iJiou.uh j chance lo usseinbli1 a record on the toles of tho major imrtii'S in which it can campaign, and now thc campaign for Friday's 1 finds itself in the position of fouiKtlaiid election Ivivo been re- asking the voters lo give it a versed. chance to govern this province Premier Frank Mores' Pro- of people. M e a 1 p the Liberals, ment, in office only eight under freshman loader I'd Hut: weeks an elec- ert.s, keep referring t.o the !i3 Elk transfer suspended because of pregnancy KDMOM'OX Tho; transfer o[ e'k to the Hoar Hills area of rorf hern Alberta j lias been suspended until I IXKMUSO many oi thy ;mimaLs are i A total of tf elk have al- j ready been wived from Is-1 land Xatinnal Park, -'il miles east of li'dmoiit.on, to their new home. -KX> miles to the north. Keith Moran of Fair-view, j chairman of Zone SU of thoI Alberta Fi.sl; and Game ciation, said it had been ex- peeled thru mUHtiimnl s h i p- j nients from Klk Island anrt per National Park will bring' years of Liberal administration prior to the January turuoici and ask the eloctcrate to let continue the job of ing. It all results from last Octo- ber's indecisive election which split the 42 legislature seats just about evenly tetween thc two parties. The Conservatives hatttly a factor in tho six pre- vious provincial elections since Newfoundland's entry into Con- federation in 1019, won 2! sea! wlulo the Liberals under then premier Joev Smallwood 20. Tlie oilier was (nken by Tom al of elk (o i Burgess, then the leader of the n ami splinter New Labrador Party. CHANGED IX JANUARY Stnallvood slaved Jn of- fice during a series of post-elec- tion court actions and recounts, nrning the government I An Ulk Island official said to- flay it is expected that the calves horn this summer and fall will be innisiViTcd to Clear Hills along their mothers but it not knouTi; ma lr uhdher the total rf animals to to Mr' Mcores in INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED lower Floor 517 4tti Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 'rivate Barbados (AP) Princess Margaret has! arrived in Barbados for a four- day private visit. The princess, had on vncatuin in JEastique, south ot -Si. Vincent, arrived Tuesday i and attended a charity ball I TucscUiy night at Government j fle-u.-o, the offrcJal residence of (iovemor-Ger.eml Sir Winston Scott. resignations and defections- in eluding a move by Mr. Burgess into the Liberal al- tered the party standings and by the time the PC government faced the legislature In early March both it and thc Liboi us had 20 scats. The Conservative voting strength was cut by one with the appointment of a Speaker, and there were two vacancies. This, said Mr. Moores, Pilot may be released KITCHENER, Ont. (CD A Kitchener pilot, imprisoned in Cuba since IDM, may be re- lea sod late next year on comple- tion of one-third of his 30-year sentence, says an official of the Canadian embassy in Havana. The release of Patrick Lippcrt, 39, seems logical in Oc- tober, 1973, Record says in a story by re- porter Suttcn, just returned from UK? island. Joan Pierre Junean, third sec- retary in the embassy, is quoted as saying in an interview thnt Notley assistant lo contest seat EDMONTON (CD Howard Lees on, 30, a graduate student in political science at the Uni- versity of Alberta and an exe- cutive assistant to Grant Not- ley, leader of the Alberta New Democratic Party, was nomi- nated to conte.sl Edmonton- Strathcona in the next federal election for the NDP. Mr. Leeson, also a member of the provincial Moir commit- tee studying non-Canadiai. in- fluence in post-second a ry edu- cation, was nominated by ac clamation at a meeting attend- ed by about 80 persons. he called the province's second election in five months. CA11S DAMAGED Some cars were da aged bi accidents in Quebec i NEW and USED TITANO ACCORDIONS ot PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE "Your Authorized Dealer in Lethbridge since 1954" 530 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-7524 NORTH TO of Toronto student Pete Lazier, 23, plans a mile paddle down the Yukon river in a kayak. He hopes to complete the trip in 50 days, storting at the river's headwaters in Canada and paddling fa ils mouth on the northwest coast or Alaska. Canada coastanlly presses (or Lipixit's release. Mr. J uncnu saw Li red-cheeked and :ast Thursday at Guanajay jristm farm, a walled encamp- nent about 45 miles southwest of Havana, where he has been ickl (or the last tlu-ee years, working as a mechanic, LANE WAS SEIZED Ljippcrt was arrested with fel- low pilot. William David M'lnc of Montreal at a Havana air- )ort. Their aircraft and IS tins of papaya were seized. A Cuban customs man, won- dering why Canadians would fly in tins of papaya, the most com- nion fruit on the island, found the cans contained rifle bullets, grenades, magnetic mines and incendiary material. It was Lippert's second flight to Cuba for the Central Agency of the United States which paid him a month. He had attempted to set up (lights for "relief parcels" from Toronto. Nine Canadian newspaper men covered the one-day public trial. Milne was acquitted. Lip- pert got 30 years. The lion had demanded the death penalty. SHOE STYLES for EASTER ARE NOW AT WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH are eligible to vote in the eighth I provincial election since Confed- eration. lost observers a gree the campaign lias been tlx; dullest of the eight, and there was no j sign of any late issues to en- j liven it. Neither the Conservatives nor the Liberals have held any pub- lic meetings or rallies here or in Corner province's second city n d none are scheduled for the rest of the campaign. Most of the campaigning lias been conducted in rural areas. Travelling the muddy roads in eastern Newfoundland has proven a challenge to both the i politicians, Single people have right to obtain contraceptives (AP) Single ing a package cf vaginal foam people have a right to freely ob- j to an unmarried woman. Re-Power with a GM Partial or Complete ENGINE ASSEMBLY 6 CYL or V8 MOTORS AIR CONDITION YOUR CAR FOR AS LOW AS INSTALLED Coo! your this summer with on ARA !n-0osh or under-dosh Air CondiHontng unil, Cuslom mndo to fit practically all North American and Import cars as well as Farm Afr units. SPECIAL! SPRING TUNE-UP Minor Tune-Up Including Parti. SPECIAL 27.95 V-3. SPECIAL 29.95 SPECIAL! AIR CONDITIONING TUNE-UP Performance ehetV, leok end re- charge if necessary. A QC SPECIAL I f-3O BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOB1LE PARTS AND SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd AVENUE arid Bth STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3147 tain contraceptives if married people arc permitted to by thc tar.e, the Un ited States Su- >rcme Court ruled today citing a conviction Jaird, a birth-control crusader, "Jf the right of privacy means anytliing, it is the right of the ndividual, married or single, to w free from unwarranted gov- irnmcntal intrusion into mat- ers so fundamentally affecting person as the decision vhether to bear or beget a said Justice William J. 3rennan. Brennan, Thc court was narrowly di- vided in barring the states from banning contraceptives to single people while pcrnii t ting them hold- y in up-1 for married persons. This 1 of Bill v'as on a the court's only rlernan Catholic, delivered the 6 o I opinion that Baird could not xi punished by Massachusetts lecturing at Boston Univer- sity on birth control and hand- Massachusetts and 24 other sla tes res trie t sir gle person s' access to birth-control devices. The state permits married poo- pie to obtain contraceptives to preven t pregna ncy but allows single pccple to obtain them only to guard cgainst disease. Brennan said: "Whatever the rights of the individual to ac cess to contraceptives may be, the rights must be (lie same for the unmarried and thc married alike." TRAVEL ABROAD Six million Britons vacationed abroad last year. R free booklet to answer your questions about Rnnuities There comes a time in mosl men's lives when a guaranteed in- come is more important than the hope ofcapital gain. And that's exticily what annuities from Manufacturers Life offer. They provide an automatic, guaranteed income for life. 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