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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 'HE lETHBRinr.F HERAin Solurdny, November K, 1972 PRESIDENT Joanne Martin Cissc of Guinea, inolli- cr of six, is (he first woman president of (lie United Na- tions Security Council. She says mothers naturally love peace and security. Not so with men who lack that moth- er's instinct, she contends. As council president for Novcm- ,ber, she succeeds the French ajnbassador, Louis tic Guirin- gaud. Western roumUij) leaders to meet r SAND f GRAVEL k ASPHALT L TOLLESTRUP T SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co, Ltd. Y PHONE k REG1NA (CP) The four western provincial Liberal lead- ers will meet here Dec. 1 to confer on common areas of concern, Opposition leader D. G. Stcuart said here Mr. Sleimrt said the discus- sions are iimecl to coincide with the annual Saskatchewan Lib- eral Association convention be- ing held Dec. 1 and 2. "We will be discussing (lie pos sibility of a western Liberal conference lluit could be held in the near future we will also be discussing means by wliich the parties of Ihe four western provinces could vork closer together. "Liberals in Ihe West will want to lake a much more ac- tive role in the policy making decisions of the federal Lib- eral party and it seems to us that the best way to do this is through a united front." Bolides Mr. Steuarl, the ether leaders attending will be David Andei-son of British Col- umbia, Bob Hussell of Alberta and I. H. Asper of Manitoba. Mr. Steuart said, the meeting was prompted by the poor show- ing by the Liberals in the fed- eral election. HONORARY DEGREES CALGARY (CP) Honorary degrees doctor of the Univer- IMPERIAL OIL LIMITE Requires CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT graduate required in Calgary office for analytical posilion relating to exploration and production operations. Assignments will be varied and challenging, providing excellent opportunity for advancement. Applications will be held in strides! confidence. Please reply in writing, submitting full particulars to: Financial Services Manager Imperial Oil Limited 500 6th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta sily of Calgary will be pre- sented next week lo three men, including Canadian architect Raymond Affleck. Other recipients are profes- sor Emeritus Dr. Rene Dubos, ;i microbiologisl and experi- mental pathologist al Rockefel- ler University in New York, and Dr. John Tuzo Wilson, R geologist oral geophysicist who is principal of Erinelale College at the University of Toronto. KOOTENAY VOTE COUNT VERNON, B.C. (CP) Re- luming officer A. H. Kauluack said a recounl of votes cast in Monday's federal election in the Okanagan Kootenay rifling will be held "Monday at the earliest, possibly Tuesday." Liberal Douglas Stewart was declared the winner with a margin of 77 votes election night, but officials said later there had been a counting error and Mr. Stewart's lead over Progressive Conservative can- didate Howard Johnston was 42 votes. Mr. Kaulback sairJ there were about 96 ballot boxes to come in before the recount. COMMMITED FOR TRIAL CLOVERDALE, B.C. Charles David Garry Head, 26, was committed for trial Friday on a charge of non-capital mur- der in connection with Ihe death of seven-year-old Tanya Busch of Vancouver. Head was ordered to stand trial after a 2V2 day preliminary hearing here. The girl, daughter of a B.C. Penitentiary guard, disappear- ed June 2 shortly after arriving for morning classes at a Van- couver elementary school. Her was found June 14 near here, about 15 miles cast of Vancouver. NUW PHONE RATES VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia Telephone Co. announced he-re a new long-dis- tance rale ftructure will be- come effective Sunday, Nov. 5. A company spokesman said the new rate concept had teen approved by Ihe Canadian transport commission, which also had approved similar rate proposals by other Canadian telephone companies. Unc'or the new system, cus- tomers who dial their own long- distance calls will not be charg- ed for a minimum of three min- utes, but only for the exact min- utes they talk. They will also pay a lower rate than those paid by callers who have op- erators dial for them. YOUNGEST WP Scan O'SulIivan, 20, PC Hamilton- Wentwortli, youngest ever el- ected lo House of Commons. He obtained votes [lur- ing recent election. Pay agreement is signed J O OTTAWA (CP) An agree- men. has been signed between Ills government treasury board and the general labor and trades group of the public serv- ice, covering government employees spread across Can-, acla. The three-year contract, be- ginning Nov. 23, 1971, provides average annual wage increases, of about six per cent. Instead of HONEST, RELIABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED MAN Who can meet our high standards Will be given exclusive rights to this entire area Small initial inveslment of which includes equipment, should be relumed 3-fold in first year. International concern provides assistance, a ready market and national advertising program. OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY Reply: Box 44; Lethbridge Herald a retina-lire increase covering the first 13 months of the con- tract, employees will get a lump payment of 5575. The employees covered by the contract work fa? 29 depart- ments of the federal public service. There are 1C sub- groups including aircraft me- chanics, laborers, plumbers, farm workers, truck drivers, carpenters and other trades. Wheat harvest hits new low in Australia CANBERRA (AP) Drought and floods will make this year's Australian wheat harvest the poorest for 13 years, the Aus- tralian "wheat board said here. The board said it expected the 1972-73 crop to produce about 207 million bushels, slightly more than half the quota target of 407 million bushels. The drought over most of the wheat belt has severely cur- tailed growing with harvesting about to begin. Full sex life need of the aged HAMILTON (CP) There were more women than men at a conference on aging here and all the questions but one came from women after alead- Ing woman doctor said a full sex life is one of the greatest needs of the aged. A man asked how he could let women know he was avail- able. The 220 delegates, many in their 70s and OOs from all over Canada, were told by Dr. Belle Stcphcnson, past-president of the Ontario Medical Associ- ation, that: halting of sex can hasten the aging process. can restore loss of so- cial prestige that old age brings. of sexual need is normal for older people, even among 80-ancl 90-year-olds, par- ticularly for those who enjoyed a full sex life when younger. normal male's interest in sex decreases only slightly after the age of 60. But there is no corresponding decrease in interest in the normal female. DASED ON OBSERVATIONS Dr. Stephenson, 47, of To- ronto and married to a doctor, is the mother of six children aged 10 to 22. She said her con- clusions are based on her ob- servations of "thousands of marriages." She said women who had not had satisfactory sexual rela- tionships were not likely to want such relationships after the menopause. And women can more suc- cessfully suppress their sexual instincts. "Although some may get witchy doing so." "Witchy? Did you say a woman called out. "Yes, the doctor re- pb'ed. THREE ERRORS She said the sexual ignorance of men is the primary cause of sexual incompatibility in mar- riages and she would like lo see courses on sex given to men. She said the elderly held three common but erroneous notions about sex among the el- derly: woman does not run a greater risk of cancer when she sublimates her sexual urges. man with his prostate gland removed does not be- come dead sexually. "It just ain't true. Many have full and happy sex lives after the oper- ation." man who has had a heart attack need not cease Ills sex life. "It's nonsense to Ihink he'll die in the micVlIe of sexual in- tercourse." She said the slrain of sex is the equivalent of climbing 12 steps. Dr. Slephenson gave statis- tics showing there are 15G women for every 100 men at age 70 and 138 women for every 100 men at age 00. WOMAN SORRY "Let's face it, there arc a hell of a lot of widows she said. In a sorrowful voice an el- derly white-haired woman from the audience asked: "Why do men pass on so Before the doctor could an- swer, an male voice piped out: "Because you wear us Dr. Stephenson called for a program of sexual re-education for the elderly. Old people are on the verge of being discovered by society, Dr. Vivian Rakoff, head of the University of Toronto depart- ment of psychiatry, said. He added the era of youth worship is just about ex- hausledt. "Soon being old will be rather the in he said. Dr. Gerald Hill of McMasler University said people should not expect to die when they reach 70 because they probably won't. A woman aged 50 now can expect to live 29 more years and a man 24.3 years. Driver killed as trailer unit rolls NEWBROOK (CP) Stan- ley Boychuk, 37, of Smoty Lake, was killed when a traclor-trail- cr unit he was driving rolled in a ditch on a country road nine miles east of here. RCMP said Mr. Boychuk, whose unit was filled! with horses, was attempting lo back down a hill after slippery con- ditions prevented him reaching the top. Six horses were killed. New brook is 70 miles north- easl of Edmonton. Armed forces bases merged OTTAWA (CP) Two Ot- t a a-area armed forces Air Base at nockcliffe Air been amalgamated into one estab- lishment, the defence depart- ment announced today. The department said in a news release the change, effec- tive Nov. 1, is part of a pro- gram to streamline manage-: ment and support functions at the two bases. The new base Is called the Canadian Forces Base Ottawa. About servicemen and civilians now work at the two bases. Col. K. A. Wark, 47, of Rich- mond Hill, Ont., will take com- mand of the new base. He was commander of CFB Uplands. Rockcliffe commander Lt.- Col. William Cunningham of Toronto becomes deputy com- mander. APPOINTMENT STU SHORTT NOW WITH BLOCK BROS. REAL ESTATE Ready lo serve you when buying, selling or trading Your home, farm or business, I would also like Id lake This opporlunjly 1o lhank all my friends and customers for iho privelege of serving ihem over the pasl twenly-five yean. In rriy new posilion 1 shall cnd- deavour lo conlinuc the Earns sincere service. Contact me al Block Bros. Bus. Phone 328-1044, Res. Phone 327-4142. FIGHT INFLATION Shop these Specials at. THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY and TUESDAY, NOV. 6th and 7th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, NOV. 7th 5-LB; KING SIZE ALBERTA WHITE GRANULATED COFFEE KADANA MANDARIN ORANGES JUICY LARGE SIZE ;