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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, May 13, 1970- Government Urged To Tighten Trailer Safety Regulations EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Motor Association t o day urged the provincial govern- ment to tighten safety regula- tions governing holiday trailers on Alberta roads. To combat dangerous lineups caused by increasing number of trailer's, the association recom- mended in a brief that the gov- ernment establish a weight-to- horse power ratio to control trailers in the province. The association also urged the government to approach the federal department of transport to make mandatory alternate flashing lights on the front of all trains. The association feels the present steady whites in- effective, particularly since traffic collisions with trains at railroad crossings are rising. The brief also called for a tc view of Alberta speed limits and the number of highways signs indicating them. Does This Mean Under Garments On Way Out? OTTAWA (CP) Shipments of foundation garments slipped during the first three months of 1970, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported Tuesday. Girdles and pantie girdle ship- ments dropped to less than the first three months last year. Another big drop was shown in garter belts, down to dozen from in 1069. Shipments of all foundation garments in the 1970 quarter totalled dozen compared with in 1969. Six Truckers Handcuff eel MONTREAL (CP) Six em- ployees of a trucking firm were handcuffed together and locked in a parked van today by five masked bandits, who drove ofl in another trailer-truck contain- ing worth of cigarettes. Police said the armed bandits surprised the employees shortly before 3 a.m. as they worked in the Bellechasse Transport depot in suburban St. Leonard and herded them one by one into the empty trailer. They were freed about an hour later by Rene Bussiere, owner of the firm, who heard them shouting and pounding on the sides of the trailer. WON'T GIVE UP DUBLIN (AP) The Irish relief organization called Africa Concern announced it will con- tinue trying to send post-war re- lief supplies into Nigeria despite a ban on them by the Nigerian government. "We did not stop sending reief into the country when somebody was trying to shoot down our so -a statement is not likely to stop said John Kennedy, Africa Concern director. GETTING CARRIED AWAY-Metropolitcin Toronto Polite carry away one of the 91 persons who were arrested during a demonstration outside the United States consulate in Toronto. An estimated demonstrators protested against U.S. expansion of the Vietnam war into Cambodia and the killing of four Kent State University students. Find Bear Breeding Site OTTAWA (CP) -A polai bear denning area that attracts one of the largest concentration of the bears known in the world has been discovered 100 miles south of Churchill, Man., the northern development depart- ment announced today. Biologists Dr. Charles Jonkel SPRINGTIME STALKS. You can taste spring in Margo Oliver's recipej this week. That's because she uses 1ho first stalks of spring rhubarb and asparagus. Recipes for desserts and main dishes include Scalloped Asparagus and Eggs and Rhubarb Compote. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND of the Canadian Wildlife Service and Dick Robertson of the Man- t o b a resources department 'ound the area near York Fac- :ory, a former trading settle- ment Jhat now is deserted. They had suspected existence of a big breeding site In the area, where Indian trappers have long said they steered clear of "the area of the and confirmed the exist- ence in field trips last, month. "The entire Cape Churchill area, of which this denning area is obviously an essential part, is the site of the largest concentra- tion of polar bear's in the world during October and November of most Northern Devel- opment Minister Jean Chretien said in the announcement. Female bears set up dens in the area to produce their young during the winter. The mothers and cubs usually start emerging in March on their first hunting forays. The scientists described the area as flat and treeless with a major study of polar plans a detailed investi- 33rcl Candida le Named By PCs EDMONTON (CP) Neil Crawford. 38 year old lawyer and Edmonton alderman, was chosen to contest the Edmonton Park Allen constituency for the Progressive Conservat i v e s in the next provincial election. Mr. Crawford, nominated by acclamation, is the 33rd candi- date to be selected by the Con- servatives. deep peat beds containing thou- sands of small lakes. It is about 25 miles in diameter. The wildlife service, conduct- ing beai gation of the area this summer. Dr. Jonkel said the area is particularly interesting because "the polar bears also use the dens in summer, a habit unique to the southern Hudson Bay polar bears." Mr. Chretien said that in 1968, when Hudson Bay was late in freezing over, biologists esti- mated 200 to 250 polar bears congregated along the shores of Cape Churchill waiting for the freeze to allow them to reach the denning area. The York Factory area is said to compare with Wrangel Island in the Soviet Union, Karls Land north of Norway and Southamp- ton Island in the Canadian Arc- tic as one of the major polar bear denning areas in the world. Probe Hospital Death RED DEER (CP) The.belt 27, al the Alberta Hospi- provineial coroner said here an ta! in Ponoka where he had inquest is planned into the been living since being charg- death of Bruce Henry Lam-1 ed with the slaying of his wife. Polish War Hero Dies LONDON (Reuters) Gen. Wladyslav Anders, 77, who com- m a n d e d Polish troops who 'ought with the Allies in the Second World War, died in hos- iital here, apparently from a mart attack. A veteran of many cam- paigns, eight times wounded and many times decorated, led ,he noted Polish 2nd Corps in -he war. After the war ended, chose exile in Britain with :liousands of other Poles rather :han returned to a Communist- Poland. King George VI made him a companion of the Order of the Bath. He received from the United Slates the Legion of Merit and from France the Le- gion of Honor and Croix de Guerre with palms. FAT BRIBE PARYS, South Africa (AP) Meshack Juotshewa was fined for two traffic violations and sentenced to 60 days in jail for trying to bribe the traffic police- man. The bribe fat sheep ready for slaughter. Dr. M. M. Cantor said 1 was awaiting reports of a p{ ice investigation. No'dale hi been set for the inquest. Lambert had been charg Helen, 29, at their apartmci in downtown Red Deer last Cx tober. Lambert was remanded I the government-operated mei tal hospital at Ponoka afte one court appearance. His lawyer, Donald A. Mai Donald said he learned of tti death while making inquirie on the possibh'ties of a trial. He said he was puzzled a to why he had not been tol of his client's death which h believes occurred about wee ago. 8UYRITE STOCK REDUCTION Vrf V 'VI Our was so successful that we have decided to continut for another three days our fabulous of suits. 340 MEN'S SUITS All are fine all wool English Worsteds. Choose from single or double breasted styles in this season's newest styles and patterns. Regular- and stouts Sate Price Reg. 79.50 Reg. 89.50 .50 CO.50 Reg. 4950 Sale7o Price Price ,50 ALL SAIB CASH MEN'S CO-ORDINATES FINAL PLEASE In the very latest shades and patterns. Sport m A Efl i Jacket with co-ordinatina Cs" All Alterations Extra CAIC PDITP 49 RUYRITE MEN'S WEAR W 318 5th Street S. LETHBRIDGE COOL MENU IDEAS with Alpha economy! 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