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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta works hang in Ihe Tatc and in Ihc leading galleries of Paris ami New York. TuairJay, March 78, THE UTHBP.IDCI HSRAID 27 Store owner killed by mistake Trade Minister Joan Luc 1'rpin lakes an optimistic look at Canada's trnilc and produc- tion figures and suggests government may not want to resumo trade talks with lire United Slates until after the next general election. He was asked on Us CTV public affairs program Ques- tion Period whether the govern- ment may feel no great impetus to continue the talks, broken off two months ago, with an elec- tion coming. "Yes, that's quite Mr. Tepin replied. He modified the reply later, saying that "if there was a hope of reaching an agreement." the govern m e n t would resume the talks readily. Mr. Pepin said the talks lapsed after the trade balance between Canada and the United States became an issue. "We cannot accept that Can- ada has no right to try to have a surplus in trade and merchan- dise with the United he said. He denied that the United Slates is retaliating through "harassment" at its border of Canadian exporters. The U.S. two years ago had begun to tighten customs rules and regu- lations and hire more customs men to check on drug imports. Adrnh (Peggy) Thatcher won the Liberal party nomination as federal candidate in Rcgbia East constituency by acclama- tion. The widow of Ross Thatcher, former Saskatchewan premier, said unemployment will be tha major issue in tlic election, which she guessed would be called in the fall, A spokesman for Louis Has- miusky, governor of the Bank of Canada, said in Ottawa that Mr. Rasminsky has no immediate intention of resigning Ms post- Sources told The Canadian Press earlier that the 64-year- old Mr. Rasminsky, whose sec- ond seven-year term as gover- nor does not expire until July, 1975, was expected to retire early. Vancouver lawyer Peter Hyndman, 30, is the new presi- dent of the Progressive Conser- vative Association of B.C. He is a brother of Alberta Education Minister Lou Hyndman. Otto Jclinck, who with his sis- tev Maria onco held the world pairs figure skating champion- ship, won the Progressive Con- servative nomination in the Tor- onto High Park riding for the next federal election. The rid- ing now is held by Liberal Wal- ter Deakon. A spokesman for the first AFL-CfO union for doctors said in Las Vegas that doctors need a union if they are to have a strong voice in how health care is organized. Dr. John L. Holmes, president of the fledgling Nevada Physi- cians Local 676, AFL-CIO, said his organization had 30 mem- bers out of the 45 licenced phy- sicians in Nevada who are elig- ible to join. The union had been recruiting for only 10 days, he said. Scoltie Wilson, one o{ the world's leading primitive art- ists who developed his talent in Canada, died in his rumpled north London studio. He was about 82. The diminutive bach e 1 o r painter was a familiar figure in many London galleries. His Wartime atomic bomb victims slill linger LOS ANGELES (AP) Three Japanese doctors will come here in July to help treat survivors of the United Stales atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki for lingering ail- menl.s. Victims of the bombing have complained of physical and psy- chological problems they say stem from exposure to radia- tion. An estimated 500 to 700 survi- vors of the blasts live in this country, most of them in the Los Angeles area. The s 11 r v i v o r s have com- plained recently of loss of bony hair, breast disorders, blood complications, tumors, fatigue and general malaise. The doctors, dispatched by the City of Hiroshima, are spe- cialists in treating victims of Ihc nuclear bombings. They arc likely to work through medical schools since they have no au- thority (o practise medicine in the United States. But Wilson (lid not push for fame or fortune. He was con- tent with his shabby bedroom, littered with inks, pens, cray- old clothes and fruil. ins great joy was to shumc down the street, giving candy to children. JEAN-LUC PEP1.V optimistic LAKELAND, 7-'la. (AP) A g r o c c r uho apparently faked a robbery attempt lo teach his employees how lo deal with holdup men was shot to death by police who mistook him for a robber, au- thorities have reported. Harold Egger, Si, was killed by Sheriff's deputy Gary Leis Friday night after the patrol- man answered a call for rein- forcements by plainclothes- man Maurice Crews, 52. Crews, who had staked out the store following a rash of robberies in the area during (lie last few weeks, had ob- served Eggcr enter the store, herd two employees into a back room, and walk lo Ihc cash register carrying a gunr said Sheriff's Cpl. Robert Bunting. "Crews radioed us a rob- bery was in progress at the store, and when Lcis arrived on the scene he saw Crews lying on the store's floor in a pool of said Bunting. "Crews was still conscious ami he yelled to the patrol- man that a man was in the backroom adding: "Watch out or he'll shoot you.1 "L-eis opened the door to the stock room, saw a man with a pistol pointed in his vicinity, ordered the man to drop Ihe gun. and then shot him when the man refused and rnndc a Bunting said, LOggcr was dead at the scene witli a shotgun blast in the chest. Crews was listed in serious condition Sunday night with a bullet wound in the neck. "Hie best we can determine about this whole thing, if you can speculate on what went through a dead man's mind, is that no sooner had Egger locked up his employees than a man (Officer Crews) walked into his .store with a J shotgun and lie thought, lie had a real robbery on his hands instead of a simulated j one he himself had in- I tended to pull said Cung- "Apparently Mr. Eggcr just reacted." BIRTH RATE DOWN The Australian birth dropped by 7.5 per cent in to an average of 15.2 births per persons. PILLS ON DEMAND BERLIN (AP) A new law j in East Germany provides that i girls aged 16 and over must be: given contraceptive pills if they request them, an East German i magazine reported. j 1 Off Our Contemporary Crib Reg. Bright, modern design rheery Red trim ana" clown jesler mo! If. firm posture-malic 5- position support. Safety spaced spindles. Single drcp> lide. Deluxe nan toxic enamelled flniih Ifrfl, How Save on Our Deluxe Crib Mallresi, 136 coil iprings. Sisal and felt insulation. 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