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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ex-chess champion crushed MOSCOW Karpov crushed Boris Spassky on Friday in the ninth game of their world challengers' semi- final match and moved within one victory of a berth in the fi- nal round. The former world champion resigned on the 35th move after a brilliant sacrifice by Karpov produced a strong mating threat. The triumph gave Karpov a 1-1 lead in the match. Four are needed to gain the Final in the tournament to select a challenger for Bobby who stripped Spassky 5f the crown two years ago. sometimes called the Russian Bobby seemed to gather strength with each game of the match in Leningrad. Spassky's play against the 23-year-old was reminiscent of his stumbling moments against Fischer in Reykjavik in 1972. Playing Spassky chose the Sicilian a favorite system whose variation -he has developed. But he lost momentum in the middle game. Spassky's friends say he suf- fers badly from defeat. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 Til 12c STREET NORTH Alberta amphitheatre Workmen put the finishing touches on the Alberta amphitheatre at Expo the Spokane world's fair. Amateur groups from across Canada are to appear on the circular stage throughout the summer. The audience can sit on the stumps. No new moved planned B.C. judge OTTAWA Allen Stewart of has been apoointed a judge of the county court of Cariboo. Gov't won't drop postal actions OTTAWA The gov- ernment will not drop any actions it has taken as a result of last month's illegal postal treasury board president C. M. Drury said Friday. But he said the actions are confined to a refusal to pay workers for periods they were suspended and a damage claim filed with the Public Service Staff Relations Board. Mr. Drury said in the Com- mons no new action will be taken. The minister was responding to 'Otto Jelinek High Park- Humber who asked why no action has been taken against individuals or groups of individuals who have taken part in recent postal and other illegal Mr. Drury said it is not cor- rect to say no action has been taken. In the postal strike num- ber of acts were committed which were contrary to either the law or the Despite union attempts to secure an assurance that dis- ciplinary actions in these cases would be government declined to do Mr. Drury said. merely undertook not to take further punitive or retali- atory Outside the House Mr. Drury said intend to live up to the post office and nothing I have said contradicts He said the statement in the House referred to two government's refusal to pay suspended employees for the period of their suspension despite an agreement to lift the suspensions and expunge references to the suspensions from the employees' damage claim filed with the Public Service Staff Rela- tions Board seeking com- pensation for actions taken by postal workers at post offices in Ottawa and Vancouver. When Mr. Drury said in the Commons the government un- dertook to take no further ac- he all the actions which were taken are continuing to their and in relation to other unjustified or unjustifiable work actions we institute will be pushed through to their conclusion and not Joe president of the Canadian Union of Postal said Mr. Dairy's statement raised interesting possibilities. MP uncovers attempt by health branch to muzzle scientists By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Ottawa West Conservative MP Peter Reilly unearthed in the Commons Friday the latest attempt by the federal health department to I muzzle its scientists. According to Mr. Dr. Maurice the deputy minister of decided that scientists in the federal protection branch should not be allowed to attend a two-day meeting in Ottawa this week on science policy matters. The controversial which in fact was duller than most scientific meetings held in the capital attended in droves by government was organized by a national organization of science and to discuss a 1973 Senate report on science policy and the organization of federal science. A memo sent by Dr. A. B. assistant deputy minister of to all health protection branch scientists in tells the department's Dr. LeClair of the strong PETER REILLY opinion that our scientists should not go to this meeting. LeClair believes and I agree with him that this whole area of science policy is one which is at such a ferment at the present and so deeply tied in with basic government policy that it would be inappropriate for our in Olympic lottery MONTREAL Julien general manager of Olympic Lottery reported Friday that all but two of the 10 major prize winners in the first draw now have received their cheques and a total of prizes has been distributed. The two major exceptions were the 10th prize of still unclaimed by Georges a Montrealer who returned to his work at Frobisher Bay after engaging legal the eighth won by an Edmonton family. Mr. Cote said he plans a news conference in Edmonton next week to present the to the holders of the eighth-prize Mr. and Mrs. A. Moller and Roy. He reported that the end of Canada's mail strike had en- abled lottery workers to hit full stride and of nearly prizes had been paid out either by mail or over the counter at headquarters here by the end of business Friday. The lottery chief how- he was misquoted by The Canadian Press last week as-stating that Georges arriving from Frobisher on Baffin would pick up his prize April 25 and would not lay claim to the million first prize. said only that he was coming in to see the lottery official recalling.that he had previously spoken to Georges Cote only by telephone from Frobisher.' Julien Cote said he accom- panied Georges along with members of his family and to the where they viewed film of the televised originally broadcast from Ottawa April 15. haven't heard anything from him said Julien Cote. Earlier reports said Georges Cote might claim the top awarded jointly to nine Quebec City his winning number had been announced as indicated on the back of his and not because the top 10 winners were announced in reverse order. Richard one of Georges Cote's told a reporter Friday his client still had not reached a decision re- garding his prize and had not been com- pleted. scientists to be in at the SCITEC A month Dr. Morrison was contacted by representative of one of public service unions representing the' Professional Institute of Public Service. The PIPS official argued that the oath of secrecy by every public servant would be sufficient to ensure that scientists would not say anything untoward as representatives of gov- ernment that government policy on the possible conflict of interest was not clear on the and that such a policy would only cause problems with the media and the unions. On April Dr. Morrison wrote a memo to Dr. his suggesting the policy directive be changed. I suggest we re- evaluate our position in light of new to allow our scientists to attend the meetings on the condition they not get embroiled in controversial matters involving government policy. they would be responsible for their own views and actions as individual scientists and not as representatives of the Dr. according to Dr. agreed in principle to the modified policy in a telephone conversation May 1. The staff on the health protection branch were then notified verbally they could attend the as I understand we do have people in attendance Dr. Morrison said Friday. 14 RECORDED PUREBRED CHAROUIS BULLS 2 LIMOUSIN BULLS 2 3 year olds Phone 327-3219 or 327-2568 after 6 p.m. Deporting-. Aufl. Ort'u' I for FREE BROCHURE Coll Tour Travel Agent Call Operator chargal Ask lor Zemlh 06061 207 Kresge Bldg. Edmonton Alia Think hockey's tough Not on your You should have seen it way-back-when. A real man's game. And it called for a real man's beer. Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for big beer flavour. It's the one thing that doesn't change. Alberta's original Pilsner is still a year after year after year. Try it. You'll be a too. A.M.A. WORLD 6055thAVE.8. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDQ. PHONE 321.3000 Introductory Offer. 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