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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Moncltiy, Moy 15, 1972 Oddities in the News Great river of sorrow at MKUioriiNK. Australia l UcuUT i A soccer match al the (raining prison, north of here, was abandoned Saturday when the two ref- j of the sports stadium and van- ished. 10 muHiles of the malch lo go, players and offi- cials looked to the umpires for n niling OH the play, only to I PaHern see Iheni (li.siipiieiil-inn up HHI slrt'C'L The two men lire Siiralo Research and I'evclonmenl eentre two weeks Slie hasn't strayed far, and Paska. 3-1, servinK 10 ycais j spends a lot of lime playing for armed ro lib cry. and wilh hoalmen in Ihe hay. ball lo Hie porpose and find it Ihroun bacU. Duffy Gregg, 1C. was with two friends when he siglilecl Sandra this week. "The dol- phin flopping ils lail and thmvmft Ihe ball Iti guys." he said. burglary. PHILADELPHIA IAPI A molorisl managed lo drive feel into a tunnel where sub- Irolley ears run Friday before his ear finally linunced lo a ball. Then Hie driver wandered auay, poliee reported. The car Mocked II) trolley cars for about IS rninlilcs be- fore il was draffied out of the West Philadelphia Tunnel. DA NANCJ (AIM Vietnam's great river of sorrow is at flood afiain as hundreds of thousands of refugees stream out of their and villages, away Irom the war. away from the bomb- i ings and the artillery barrages. I liy boat and army truck, they come in an endless flow of mis- ery, on foot, on motorbikes, on incredibly overloaded bu.se s from places that are no more- Dons "a, Quang Tri, Cam Lo. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (API Sandra Ibe porpoise is absent without leave from the United Slalcs lo the de- light of the civilians she's been entertaining in San Diego Bay. Sandra escaped from her j pen at the Naval Undersea Pattern TWO main parts for Ihe lithe jumper! Whip it up in an even- ing, then sew the rest of the team. Sleeveless jacket swings shirt, pants. Printed Pattern NEW Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12. 14, 16. 18. Size 12 (bust 34) jumper 2'? yards 35-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps, please) for eac'i pattern add 15 cents for each pattern forr first-class mailing and special handling. ANNE ADAMS, CO Front St. W.. Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, au.i Ihe name of the Lcthbridge Herald. DO NOT send il lu The Hcra.d FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from now Sririne Summer Catalog. All sizc< f.-r.-l INSTANT SEWING TMuK cut. fil. sew modern way. M.OO NSTANT FASHION BOOK wear answers. ?1.00. NEW YORK (Al1' -A tele- phone survey of pediatricians atlfl hospitals around Ihe U.S. indicates that traditionally popular children's names such as John and Michael. Susan antl Mary are being etlgetl out by Jason and Jennifer. And while biblical names such as Aaron. Jeremiah and Adam are giving Jason good competition, Jennifer's popu- larity is challenged by a host of French names such as Dan- ielle, G a b r i c 11 c, Michelle, Hens and Nicole. Olll is Ihe (rend toward naming babies after movie stars. In is a tendency If) be gimmicky to same extent And complicaling the sl.llis- [ics are Ihe African names popular among blacks and (he names such as Sun Dancer antl Morning Slar Ihal babies born on communes are being blessed wilh. Da Nang is Ihe mouth of the great river; more than homeless have poured info Ihe lovely old French port at Ihe bottom of the Hai Van Pass, the Pass of Ihe Clouds. Some never get there at all. The carcasses of two army trucks and a bus thai once ran from Dong Ha to Hue lo Ha Dang lie in deep ravines among a rubble ol shattered crates antl suitcases, mute testimony lo the Want oil industry responsible Science fair winners named treacherous curves on Ihc wind- ing, climbing road through the pass. Diamond design adds a prec- ious touch to a snupgly set. Welcome a spring or sum- mer baby with this lighfweighl bul cozy set that's fun to knit of 3-ply baby yarn in soft pas- tels. Pattern 7123. MX months. 1 yr. sizes incl. S E V E N T Y-I'IVE CENTS (coins i for each pattern mo slamps. please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks. FHE LETUB-niDOE Readers lUail Limilrd CO Pronl Street Wcsl Toronlo 1, Ontario Deaths Yesterday lly THE CANADIAN PRESS Helen slcy. pioicssor at Queen's University, Kingston. Out., and a major figure in Ihe computer science field: of a heart attack. Nikolai Va- kovlev. 73. chief of Soviet artil- lery during the Second World then deputy minister of the armed forces and deputy commander-in-ehief of air de- fence forces. Colo Dr. .Joseph Worlhman, pastor of Chevy Chase Baptist Church attended by U.S. Vicc-Prcsidenl Spiro Agncu', his wife. Diana, 36. Rev. B. Frank Foster. -id. a promi- nent Washington Baptist clergy- man, and his wife Sara. 30, all in a plane crash near here. L abridge, 0 n 1 r o t h e r Philip Overcnd, 111. member of Ihe Christian Brothers religious 01 tier, former president of Ihe Ontario Psychological Associa- I lion. 1 Plaslov. 73. a prominent Russian painter and graphic arlisl, died Friday. Turin. Ber- lonc. 88, founder of Ihe famous B e r I o n e coachbuilding firm which has produced some of Ihe world's mtr4 slylisb car bodies, died May 10. Unchcslcr, C. AVebcr, 63, assistant sports edi- tor of the Rochester Times-Un- ion, died Friday nighl afler n heart aUad.. I N nl ly v i, ml. Calif.-Dan Miocker. v.bo played Ihc role of IIcss in Hie tJevi- sion scries Bonanza, of a blood clot in his lung. QUEBEC (CP) The Fish-1 cries Council of Canada wants j the oil industry held legally re-; s p o n s i b I c for any damage caused by current exploration; off Canada's East Coa.sl. The council said the drilling is i accelerating in traditional fish-1 ing areas, probably indicating I optimism concerning possible i oil strikes. j II said the fishery in the area i j is "vitally concerned in general j 1 about the interference wilh its: i operations posed by this pro-: 1 gram of well drilling and also i j about Llic groally increased dan-i per of pollution thai would j likely come about 35 result of: an oil strike.'1 The ptcamble to a resolution passed at the council's fouv-iUiy convention, which ended Wednesday said (he fishing in- dustry was "vitally and specifi- cally concerned about (he pre- .sent and potential pollution I danger and interference with its operations posed by cluster j drilling, capped wells "and un-: trenched pipe lines It recommended that appro- priate government departments set up more contacts between the two industries to discuss such problems. SARNIA. Out. (CP) Ste- phen Kinrade, 14, of Ottawa won four lop awards Saturday al Ihc Canadian Student Sci- ence Fair with his exhibit of a rapid technique to study corro- sion of metals. The exhibit won lu'm a trip to Ihe London International Youtli Science fortnight in July and a trip to Montreal for the Inter- national Cicological conference in August. He also won two cash awards totalling Thomas Bull, 13, of Toronto I and Rob Hayward, 14, of Ed.! inouton, also won trips to Lon- don and Youth Science Founda- tion first prizes of S75. A total of participants from seven provinces entered the fair, including south Alber- tans Pat Cisar of Granum and Leo Wagenaar and HuLh Wein- Irauh, both of Lelhbridgc. Two church heads ask end to war TORONTO (CP) The lead- ers of Canada's two largest Protest a n t churches issued a joint statement here, urging thu United States lo end its involve- ment in the Vietnam war. "We suggest that lo admit de- feat is more honorable than to bring d o w n the whole human race in an attempt to claim vie- said Right Rev. A. B. B. Moove, moderator of the United Church of Canada, and Most Rev. E. W. Scott, primate of tho Anglican Church of Canada. The statemenl said U.S. ac- Uon in mining North Vietnam ports to slow down the land of- fensive by the North Vietnam- ese "has escalated the war to; Ihe point of raw confrontation with the major Communist pow- ers." "This confrontation endangers the whole planet and all its people and could result in de- vastation beyond [lie power of our minds to conceive." TiKV called on Pope Paul and the World Council of Churches lo urge world leaders lo review their policies and "be prepared lo sacrifice nalional pres t i g e in order that generations' now in childhood or unborn may have the opportunity to do what we have failed to build a world more safe for human life." A few days ago a wooden and On a temporary basis, Da straw junk, loaded wilh 110 Nang and its huge bases left by ugces, capsized antl sank in a the Americans can house an- sform along the coast. other refugees, but the American civilians working dlV has nothing to offer In the wilh South Vietnamese welfare! wol'k- American officials estimate per- lrool' withdrawal already has sons arc trapped m the northern viilagcs between the new front line above Hue and the demili- tarized zone. Camp Books, which the U.S. 1st Marine Division vacated two years ago, is a ghost town come I caused an economic recession, and .Ihci'e arc no industries of In liie Second Brownie Pack: Eruna Paron, pelk c e p e r1 The best organized refugee Marianne and Susan No- cenlre is Camp Land, a former W0lny, puppet badges and Jo- U.S. prison stockade still ringed armc Chalmers, petit e e p c r' s witli walclitowcrs antl 12-tool- j high triple-mesh barbed wire. j Pack- Da Nang, its population j Wright and Kelly DePaoli, col- most doubled by Ihe influx of I lector's badges; Sheryl Schebel, refugees, has become a vast I cook's; and Laurel Craft, open central market, where1 writer's; Tammy Grocutt, food is plentiful and. for the mo- j Cook's, housekeeper and thrift nicnt, money, loo. I badges. ASPARAGUS DELIGHTS-Gol a yen for asparagus? Then don't misj Morgo Oliver's recipes in Weekend Magazine ihli Saturday. To name bul a few: Asparagus Souffle, Veal and Asparagus, Dulch Asparagus Salad also suggestion! for how to cook fresh asparagus. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINB You are cordially invited to aHend the first com- plete Lethbridge shewing of A. B. Dick Duplicating and Copying Products. We will be demonstrating Copy Duplicating: Fea- turing Offset and Copying Equipment. There will also be a showing of Spirit, Mimeograph, Collator, Folder, Table Top Offset and other products. In attendance will be Mr, Hedley Marshall, Branch Manager of A. B. Dick Co., Calgary, Alberla. DATE: May 16th 17ih. PLACE: C. A. Looker Office Equip. Ltd. 250-13 St. North Lethbridge, Alberta flME: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. SIMPSONS-SEARS because P. Lawson Travel Marquis Holof Blffg. Phono World Travel Service Phono 320-7921 903 3rd Avo. Williams Travel Conlri, Vlllngo Mnll Phono 328.3201 Ladies' Hot Pants 2. Reg. to The perfpc! aIIire for iirriing hal days. Available in on assortment of sizes and colon. Hosiery Ladies7 Knit Tops Reg. to Summer tops lo go wilh your fovorile skirts, jhorls or slacks. Assortment of colors. Sizes 5-M-L Ladies' Accessories Iron 9.99 Reg. feMan coo fed solcplalc has (luted sfeam Wash and wear, and regular sellings. Small Appliances Sears Iron Reg. 10.99 Sleam, spray and dry. Polished aluminum sole- plale. Perma-prcst and regular seltingss. Small Appliances Girls' Pant Sets 2.S9 ONLY ?-pce. sets of nylon stretch fabric. Plain slims wilh slriped 'opi. Brovjn'browrv, oiangc; ond navy, red, while, Siios B-1-J. Girls' Wear Terry, Bare Midrif Tops Choose from assorted colors In sizes S.M.I. Ladies' Accessories Lady Kensnore Iron Reg. Steam, spray and dry iron with gleaming stain- less sieel soleplnlo. 50 sleam holes. Ceramic reservoir. level indicator. Small Appliances General Electric Iron Reg 98 7.99 iron lio.i a polished aluminum platc. Avocado handle. 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