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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 1972 THf LfTHBRIDGF HERAID 27 Human pipeline for Cuban Soccer referee selects rules OTTAWA (CPl The immigration department confirmed Friday that it has been watching for an attempt to set up a pipeline to North America for thousands of Cuban exiles living in Spain. The 111 Cubans who said, referring to tht unidentified agency in Costa Ilica through which the flight had been booked. Immigration and airline spokesmen said the Cubans, on examination by immigration admitted freely that they intended to make their way to the United Stales to join relatives or to remain in Canada. It appeared, one spokesman said, that the Cubans had been assured they would have no trouble staying in Canada. had been completely honest about their intentions. As a result, they were told they were subject to an inquiry, which could have led to a deportation order, because they were not bona-fide visitors." The entire group then modesty RECIFE, Brazil Jose Machado, lost his shorts during a soccer match near here, was refused entry to Canada after arrival April 25 at Toronto International Airport were regarded as a possible advance party. Residents of Costa Rica, they had taken an Air Canada flight from Kingston, Jamaica, to Toronto. Most had one-way library j CALGARY (CP) A temporary reprieve has been granted against an order to reprieve ering. Western Canada and the north. Oil industry associations and geologist.1; protested an the night in hotels in Toronto then took an April 26 Air Canada flight to Jamaica, presumably going from there to Costa Kica. Had they been ordered de-poiled, they could have appealed and remained in Canada for some time. The and lack of decorum." Mochado wore no undei-pants but when his belt broke at a moment that might have led to a goal, he had to "choose between modesty and football laws and chose the he told 1 The airline was responsible for providing overnight hotel accommodation in Toronto and the cost of flying the Cubans, plus one immigration officer, back to Jamaica. "Air Canada is going to be very careful dealing with the travel agency Air Photn Library for economic reasons. The library, under the jurisdiction of the surveys 'and mapping branch of the federal department of energy, mines and resources, contains about aerial photographs close the library by June 1 on grounds that it is a valuable asset to the local geological and academic community. Warren Rhoades, acting manager of the library, said the facility has received a stay of execution as a result of recent board currently has an eight-year backlog of cases. "We had knowledge something like this was going to the immigration spokesman said but was reluctant to go into details. The spoksemau intimated the department expects other efforts to be STUDY ENERGY NEW YORK (AP) The Ford Foundation announced Thursday a study of energy use in the United States with the aim of setting the stage for a national policy on ontc Fift shir po rno GRAVEYARD BETWEEN TWO RUNWAYS A Boeing 707 prepares 10 land al Tor- onto International Airport past o pioneer cemetery between two runways. The old Fifth fine Cemetery is the resting place fo.- early Irish settlers who came out by sailing ship; the first recorded burial is thai of Charles Doherty, who died in 1833, aged 17. Air- port workers discovered the cemetery about 12 years ago. They cleaned it up and now maintain it through the summer. Centre Villa DAY MONDAY, MAY 8th MACLEODS LAUNDERED COTTON BAG' HEAVY WEIGHT For I BAtid i S tiAKiflttat BHU3 10 IN A PACKAGE 1.49 si 4 1.49 1 WINDSHIELD WASHER S i ANTIFREEZE i 160 OUNZE Assorted Colored Jeans ...pair 1.49 Assorted T-Sliirts 4 ta 1.49 Infants' Sleepers coi.n..........Each 1.49 Boys' Nylon Socks siies 2 Poir 1.49 Boys' Underwear S.M.L.......... 3 for 1.49 Men's Nylon Socks 2 pair 1.49 Ladies' Terry Slippers 1.49 Ladies' Terry Mules 2 poi, 1.49 Toddlers' Canvas Runners wo..... 1.49 .........2 pair 1.49 large Vegetable Bow! Reg. 99s Potato Chips FUrnitUre Polish Kleen Poly Scrubber 5 ironing Board Covers Household Kitchen Gadget Plasticware t "T for 2 .49 1.49 2 for 1.49 1.49 1.49 1.49 1.49 Coffee 4 1.49 Asstd. design, Each 1.49 AQ I Sizes Newborn, Medium and Toddlers Boys' and Girls' Nylon T-Shirt ST.. 1.49 Ladies Knee High Hose 9-n 3 f0r 1.49 Boys' or Girls' Terry Socks 7.10 3 Pair 1.49 FIBS Sizes, M and Pair I Ladies' Sneaker Seeks