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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TuinrJoy, May 12, 1770-------- NAMES NEWS Crcditlste leader Keal Cao- uctlc says separatism is on the way out in Quebec. "I feel that the vast maj ity of our people in Quebec are definitely opposed to go away from he said in an interview. "They feel that they shoulc r e m a i n inside Canada with REAL CAOUETTE Separatism Fading some amendments to our cofr stiturjon through which each province will be permitted to be he said. He said he had met hundreds of people in Montreal who said they would vote for Rene Le- Bank Account Report Recpiiretl On Income Tax MIAMI (AP) Americans will be required to report their foreign bank accounts on their income lax returns for 1970, the director of the internal revenue service announced today. Randolph W. Thrower, the IRS head, told a University of Miami tax conference the IRS is considering the manner in which the bank accounts will be reported. "The law does not provide our agents with all of the tools they need to cope with the illegal use of foreign Thrower said. He added that a treasury de- partment group is working on the problem and will develop recommendations. YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HQW MUCH YOU CAN SAVE BY LEASING A1970 CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET CHEVY NOVA CHEVELLE CAMARO MONTE CARLO ENVOY EPIC CHEVROLET TRUCK BENY Automotive Enterprises Ltd. Contact Borli Koreihtnltov INSURANCE LEASING UP. Pheni 327-3147 vesque's Parti Quebccpis but who were not separatists. The Union Nationalo w a s sharply divided and Mr. Caou- ette said he could not see its revival. Canadian Secretary of State Gerard Pcllcticr predicted at Los Angeles Canada will have a greater influx of young men from the United States because of the Cambodian war. This increase is coming, he told a news conference, at the same time anti-draft factions in Canada are beginning a drive to bring more "draft dodgers" into the country. Canadian university groups, Pelletier said, are "sending publicity to U.S. campuses say- ing if you want to come to Canada and avoid the draft this is what you have to do, this is what the immigration law in Canada stipulates, and so on." Maclean's magazine announc- ed in Toronto that Managing Editor Pliilip Sykes has been appointed senior editorial execu- tive, retaining his present title. Publisher F. G. Brander said the appointment will give Mr. Sykes full control of the maga- zine's editorial operations. The appointment comes two weeks after the resignation of Peter GzowsK as editor. Princess Anne came in for criticism in a London news- paper which said she looked moody and bored during a re- cent Australian royal tour. In an article headed "Petu- lant the tabloid Mir- ror asked: "Was princess a suc- cess or did she irritate peo- ple with her moodiness and ob- vious Quoting the opinions of corre- spondents on the tour, the arti- cle said: "Many Australians be- lieve Princess Anne came close to wrecking the royal tour. Others believe to much was ex- pected of her." The paper said Australians expected a swinging blueblood and forgot she was a princess. But "Anne never forgot." The paper recalled one time when a cameraman trying to photograph Anne on a horse re- ceived the sharp edge of her tongue. "He called to Anne 'Can you turn this way, Anne coolly replied 'I am not love, I am your Royal Highness.' WeedkiEers On Way Back WASHINGTON (AP) Most of 270 commercial weedkillers, banned from sale because an in- gredient was considered an im- minent hazar'd to human health, are expected to be back on the market after the U.S. govern- ment approves new labels limit- ing their use. The products were suspended April 15 after the agriculture department said new informa- tion indicated the birth defects in laboratory mice. A department spokesman said the suspension was ordered on the basis of the products labels including instructions for use around homes, lakes, ponds and ditch banks were banned. But no suspension was levied against pesticides used to control weeds on millions of acres of range, pastures, and highway right of ways. So, if a product containing were used mostly for such an exempt purpose but listed instructions for home use, the ban could be lifted by sim- ply changing the label. FOREIGNERS BANNED iVepal lias banned employ- ment of foreigners by Nepalese mills and factories unless spe- cifically permitted by the gov- ernment. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink repair damaged tissue. A renowned research institute has found a unique healing sub- stance with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids painlessly. It re- lieves itching and discomfort in minutes and speeds up healing of the injured, inflamed tissues. One hcmoirhoidal case his- tory after another reported "very striking improvement." Pain was promptly and gently relieved actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. And most improvement maintained in. cases where clinical observations were continued ever a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients a wide variety of hcmorrhoiilal condi- tions. All this accomplished with a healing substance (Bio- Dyne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of new tissue. Bio-Dyne is offered in ointmcntand supposi- tory form called Preparation H. In addition to actually shrink- ing hemorrhoids, Preparation II lubricates and makes elimina- tion less painful. It helps prevent infection which is a stated cause of hemorrhoids. Just ask your druggist for. Preparation II Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment (with a special Satisfaction or your money refunded. Preparation State Representative II. James Shea, Democrat of Newton, died from a gunshot wound in the head. Shea, 30, was the author of a recent bill passed into legislation that would prohibit Massachusetts boys from fighting in an unde- clared war. The legality of the bill is now being tested in the courts. Police say lie died from the wound "accidentally self-inflicted." Indonesia Decision Opposed EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta New Democratic Party has called on all political part- ies to join in opposing United States involvement in Cambod- ia. After a meeting of the exec- utive here, provincial leader1 Grant Notley said: "There are times when the gravity of certain issues com- pel politicians of principle at all levels of government to speak out. President Nixon's de- cision to escalate the Indochina war by invading Cambodia is one such issue." Mr. Notley said it must be remembered that Canada's com- plicity in the war earns nearly a year and it's no longer possible to say this is not our affair. Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 Street North Phone 327-2205 Lakeview Drug 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 Value Village Pharmacy Cor. 13th St. andclh Ave. S. Phone 327-4147 Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 CARDSTON Cardston Pharmacy 237 Main Street Phone 653-3042 CLARESHOLM Clareshoim Pharmacy 4921 Is! Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 172] 20lh Avenue Phone 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24th Slreet Phone 234-3093 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 53M 48in Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 485-2012 Vulcan Pharmacy Phone 485-3432 Carpenters Locked Out At Coast VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia's member Car- penters' union was locked out Monday bringing to nine the number of unions locked out by the Construction Labor Rela- tions Association. The carpenters, largest of the province's 22 building trades unions, voted Friday to reject a two-year, 20 per cent wage increase which would have meant more an hour on a base rale of over a two- year period. The carpenters were served lock-out notice Thursday. Unions now locked out by the CLHA include the Team- sters, tunnel and rock workers, Talks Awaited BRUSSELS, Belgium (Reu- ters) Dutch Foreign Minister Joseph Luns said Monday it is virtually certain that negotia- tions with Britain and the other candidates for entering the Eu- ropean Common Market will begin before July 1. plumber's and pipe fitters, bricklayers, bricklayers help- ers, operating engineers, ce- ment masons and heat and frost workers. Lockout notice was also serv- ed on the glaziers and glass workers but the union struck construction projects before the lockout went into effect. Name Change For Triad Oil CALGARY (CP) Triad Oil Ltd. earned in the first quarter, an increase of from the same period of 1869. The earnings were on a cash flow of compared with the previous year. Shareholders to the annual meeting approved a name change to BP Oil and Gas Ltd., effective July 1. Slow Demand For Funds TORONTO (CP) A slow, de- mand for mortgages put little strain on available funds during April, the Mortgage Insurance Co. of Canada reports. The company says the de- mand for funds weakened in Ot- tawa and Oshawa, Ont., Hali- fax, Hegina, Edmonton and Timmins, Ont. "Higher-priced homes have suffered most from softening prices and slow the company says. "Prices in most areas have slipped somewhat in recent months. Conventional mortgage rates ranged from 10 Vfe to 10% per cent, with the most usual rate being lOVa. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Richardson Idea Echoes In House OTTAWA (CP) Gerald W. Baldwin, Conservative House leader, noted in the Commons Monday the suggestion of Sup- ply Minister James Richardson that the Prairies unite under the name Canada West. He asked whether British Col- umbia would he called Canadian Pacific. Acting Prime Minister Mitch- ell Sharp said in reply to Mr. Baldwin that Mr. Richardson was expressing a personal opin- ion and not speaking for the fed- eral government at Lethbridge, Alia. Mr. Sharp told David Lewis, deputy NDP leader, that there was no government study of a Prairie union. The government had no position on the matter, one way Or the other. WHERE CANADA BEGINS There's a liitle bit of Canada filled'with the lush flora of the south. And it has a climate to match. The beauty of Point Peelee, in lake Erie, is reproduced in Weekend Magazine. It's a color-filled look at Canada's southern tip. IN YOUR LE1HBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE o WIN BELL HOWELl CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER IT'S EASY TO ENTER luit.ctipanJc pletc Entry Taint deposit it (or a" reasonable faciitnile) In an I.P.A. Diug 'Slere, en er bcfoifi SATURDAT, MAY No purchase necessary 1970. r telling quetlioi JNTRYFORM NAME ADDRESS PBOV. -TEL. BIRTHDAY SPECIALS C-2 TABLETS 100's. Sugg. 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