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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 23 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 25, 1973 China meflical practice used in operation WASHINGTON (AP) A 30- year-old woman was anesthe- tized by acupuncture when she gave birth to a healthy baby LOWER DIGEST PRICE PLEASANTVILLE. N.Y. (AP) Digest will lower its news stand price to 50 cents from 60 cents beginning in July, the magazine announced Tuesday. Blind mechanic Franklin Bines installs torque converter on an auto- mofic transmission in his backyard where he rebuilds them. Blind for the past 40 years, Bines says he can't see liohr. The Lions Clubs of Valdos'a, Ga., are construc- ina a 20x20-fcot building so that Bines can continue his work even in inclement weather. Jury choi MONTREAL fCP) A coro- ner recommended Thursday that charges be laid against several people and that a top Montreal fire department of.'i- oer be replaced as a result of a fire that killed eight pers last month. At least five of the eight coulJ have been saved if the fire alarm and emergency lighting had been working, the coroner said. "I'm astonished.'' said Leon Berlin, mortgage-holder on the building, when he learned coro- ner Paul-Emile L'Ecuyer sug- gested he and the building's owner, Sidney Spinner, no charged with criminal negli- gence. He said he assumed the equipment worked. The coroner also recom- mended that Sir. Spjmer. Tor- bidden to purchase property be- cause he hfid declared bank- ruptcy, be charged along with a lawyer and a notary, under the Bankruptcy Act with hiring the use of a name to purchase the building. Jlr. L'Ecuyer recommended the case of Maurice Lessard. head of the city fire prevention bureau, ''be submitted to higher authorities so measures can be taken to assure that in future this service is headed by a man who is more thorough.'1 j INSPECTORS KNEW Fire inspectors had -warned! j.fr. Spinner he was violating a bylaw by not providing an alarm and emergency lights, and the fact that Mr. Lessard failed to act on the bylaw, un- der vhich he cou'd have or- dered the building evacuated I because of the violations. ''shows him to be incompetent." In his 20-page judgment, Mr. L'Ecuyer said the fire April G was probably set by an un- knovTi arsonist. He noted that charwoman Marie Nadon testified '-that Mr. Berlin had asked her to set the a few dajs before the but the testimony was conflicting and not ''strong enough to incriminate anyone.'' Air. Berlin said in an inter- view he had hard to "get that place back to and can't be held responsible "if there was an arsonist on the j loose." He said he has "never besn in trouble like this before, I think al' this is unfair to me revenue increased VANCOUVER (CP) The Bank of British Columbia's bal- ance of revenue net income before appropriation for losses end income taxes soared by 120 per cent m the six months to April 30. 1973 to from a year earlier. Net profit for the period was 80 per cent higher at equal to 26 cents a share, com- pared with or 14 cents a share in the first half of fiscal 1972. The bank's total revenue was S3.76l.597 in the latest period, up from 209.935. Biggest con- tributor to revenue is income from loans, -which rose to 508 407 from S5.04-l.012. Albert E. Hall, chairman and president, noted in the half- year report that total assets now exceed million, against million a year ago, a growth of 29 par cent Two new branches were op- ened during the latest six- monlh period, bringing to 22 the number now in operation. Three more branches are scheduled to open before year- end. POLICE CAIRO (AP) In this city, where many motorists drive with one fcot on the gas and one hand on the horn, police have been kept busy enforcing a new military order banning exces- sive nois-5. In the first 10 days, more than drivers were collared. Best-known C7 trained to follow orders WASHINGTON CAP) A member of a prominent Re- publican family and a zealous foe of Cuban communism sav they involved themselves with- out question in the Watergate affair because they were trained to "follow orders." The ultimate origin of those orders remains a major unan- swered question of the Water- gate scandal. But the directives led Cuban- born Bernard Barker on a mid- night search through Demo- cratic party headquarters in the Watergate, and former FBI agent Albert Baldwin to a look- out and wiretap listening post across the street. Both were members of a team described ruefully by Barker Thursday as having be- come ''the best-known burglars in the world Barker told the Senate Water- gate investigating committee he was looking for proof that the government of Fidel Castro, a government he fought at the Bay of Pigs, was financing 1 Democratic campaigns. He did not find it, he said. Baldwin, a member of a prominent Conecticut family, said he was looking only for a good, steady job. He did not find it. SPECTATORS E.TECTFO It was the fifth day of hear- ings in the crowded Senate Caucus Room and five specta- tors were forcibly ejected by j police, one after shouting that he was a candidate for presi- dent. CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES! New drug store group being developed in Cal- gary and Edmonton areas to meet advancing com- petition. Pharmacists Interested In obtaining retail loca- tions and joining for group benefits contact Box Lethbridge Herald After thai, security increased and six uniformed policemen, backed by an unknown number of plainciothcs detectives, were stationed around the marble- walled room at all limes. Scores of other policemen stood by outside. There were predictions secur- ity would be tightened ever fur- ther when the seven-member committee reconvenes June 5. There were emotional mo- ments throughout the long day of testimony from the three men who sat at the witness table. Alch, the lawyer who rep: esenfed convicted Wa- t e r g a t e w iretapper James McCord his offered tc take a lie-cletcclor test as proof of his truthfulness in claiming McCord lied to the committee and slandered him personally. a government wit- ness al lhat trial, said his fam- ily has been disgraced as a re- sult of the duties ho performed for the Committee for the Re- election of the President, a iob he said included keeping the log of a wiretan on high Demo- cratic officials. Barker, a veteran of the disastrous CIA-organized in- vasion at Cuba's Bay of Pigs 12 years ago, denied he was ever offered executive clemency or influenced to plead guilty. He said he and those he recruited acted only in the interests of American national security and of obtaining help for the liber- ation of Cuba from Castro. SIGNS UP PORT ELIZABETH, South Af- rica (AP) Colin Allan, 76, j signed up for chemistry at the University of Port Elizabeth be- cause he found he did not know very much about it. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. boy through caesarean section, her doctors say. The operation Thursday was believed to be the first time the Chinese practice was substi- tuted for chemical anesthetics for such an operation in the U.S. "In terms of my own physical reaction, it's just said Barbara Goldsteen. After two previous caesareans using anesthetics, Mrs. Gold- steen said she had felt uncom- fortable and doped up for day. "I feel 100 per cent more comfortable than I did the other two she said. GIANT SIZE BLOOPER The Columbia River Treaty between Canada and the United States in 1961 wasn't supposed to cost us a nickel. However, according to Ian Adorns in Week- end Magazine this Saturday, it has cost us millions already and has had disastrous effects. Don't miss Ian Adams' article about the much maligned Canada-U.S. hydroelectric power agreemenf. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Movie actor's mother mugged LONDON (Renter) The 74- year-old mother of film star Pe-; ter O'Toole is in hospital with a broken arm after being assault- O'Toole was knocked to the ground when the teen-ager tried to snatch her handbag. The at- tacker ran off when a passer-by ed by a teen-age mugger. Jane I drew up in a car. SIMPSONS oears CORRECTION On page 34 of Thursday's Herald, May 24th in the Gardenshop ad, the item Fresh Petunias per should have read 55" box and not 49c as appeared at the bottom of the item. SIMPSONS Saturday Specials 13 OFF TREES AND EVERGREENS WHILE QUANTITIES LAST Garden Shop Bedding Out Plants basket Choose from a large selection, of flower and vegetable plants. Garden Shop Sleeping Bags Reg. ea. 3 Ib. polyester fill bag. Measures in assorted colors. Sports Centre .Gladiolus Blubs Reg. 10 for 69c. y for Choose from the large selection of colors at this low price. Garden Shop FLOOR vinyl asbestos tile. Can be installed on concrete floors. They withstand heavy traffic. Assortd patterns and colors. 600 only. Reg. 20c ea...........lOc ea. 250 only. Reg. 22c ea........... lOc ea. Ready Stick. 1300 only. Reg. 35c ea. 17c ea. Ready Stick. 1900 only. Reg. 37c ea. 17c ea. Ready Stick. 1800 only. Reg. 45c ea. 22c ea. Limited Quantitis Floor Fashions Ladies' Short Gowns 5.99 3-" and A choice of 3 style selections in' cotton "Tru- presl" or nylon. S.M.L. Assorted colors. At Home Wear I LADIES' Long Gowns and Sleepcoats 3-89 _ 5-99 Truprest cotton with trim on yolk. Pink, blue, green. At Home Wear Baby Doll Pyjamas so 3 if 3 Two styles in nylon. Assorted colors. S.M.L. At Home Wear Ladies' Pyjamas 3-99 Truprest 100% cotton with long pants. sorted colors an-d sizes. At Home Wear Madrid Dinnerware Set Pueblo Stoneware 34-99 Reg. 45-pce. set. Oven and detergent proof. China Dept. Reg. 45-pce. set. China Dept. Coleman Gas Stove IS Reg. 2 burner gas stove is lightweight, compact and sturdy. Stainless steel burners won't rust or burn out. Sports Centra Crib Mobiles 1 Plastic fish models for baby's crib. Children's Wear Men's Neckties Reg. Geometric, striped and plain. Men's Furnishings Ladies Squall Jackets 5QQ .99 100% nyion, un'lined. Colors in red, navy, white. 2 styles. Sizes S.M.L. Ladies' Suits and Coats Men's Terry Knits Short sleeve. Choose from zip, crew or V-neek collars. Men's Athena Ironstone ,99 Reg. 24' 45-pce, set. Oven and detergent proof. China Dept. Gould Burgess Lantern with Flasher Reg. Lantern with flasher. Has 4-way switch. Ideal for camper or to carry in car. Includes battery. Sports Centre go Fixture Clearance PRICE 4.99 4.99 6.99 Choose from: PIZZA BAIL SWAG. Reg. Green, red or blue............ BELL SWAGS. Green only. Reg. HAPPY FACE CEILING LITE. Blue or pink. Reg. S13.98....... Lighting Fixtures Laundry Detergent 12-" Reg. 45 Ibs. of heavy duty detergent, has no NTA, no enzymes, no phosphates. Recommended by "Pollution Probe." Housewaret STORE HOURS: Open daily from a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centra Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;