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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBR1DGE HERAID Tliursdo. Novomhcr 12, 1970 I Wo MINI Hungarian-born Kardy Francisics puts the finishing touches on a i2-mch scale model of a ship that has all the tiny electric lights, furnishings, modern paintings, carpeting, swimming pools and theatre of the original. It took him about 250 hours using a coping saw, scissors, tweezers, pliers and pen knife and pins to complete the model of H Nixon on HURON, S.D. (AP) The Democratic Pavty can be encouraged with the results of the general election and the Republicans should brash up on llieir mathematics and re-cxamme the final tabulations a bit mere closely, says former vice president Hubert H. Hum-pliiiy Humphrey, who made nn over night visit to Huron, said in an interview that President Nixon has dominated the news since the election and has misread (he results. The former vice president said he also felt that Sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine is the front runner for the Democratic nomination for president in 1972, but he didn't rule out himself. "I think Nixon is a one e-term pr iL Humphrey said. "I realize it is difficult to unseat an incumbent president, but he is vulnerable. In fact, I believe the only thing that will beat us in 1972 will be our own mistakes." Humphrey said the Republican Party needs to examine its arithmetic, "although we don't expect them to become competent in the new math." Ho said, "the Republicans esident Prior to the election, Humphrey said, most experts felt JK> party's chances of main-.aining the 25 seats was small. "We felt if we could hold our losses to five seats, it would be a he said, The former vice president said there was a good chance that the Democrats would have lost several other seats because most of the party's senators up for re-election came in during tec Johnson landslide in 19M. "The administration can't call this a Humphrey said. Humphrey, who becomes the first man in history to return to Congress after serving as a senator, vice president and his party's nominee for president, said Nixon made every effort to turn back the Humphrey candidacy in Minnesota. When asked about 1972, Humphrey said many presidential contestants will appear and he "would accept the nomination if it came my VALLETTA, Malta (Renter) A search for two Russian sailors missing after a collision between the British aircraft carrier Ark Royal and an unidentified Soviet destroyer was abandoned Wednesday. The British frigate Yarmouth reported it gave up the search at dawn. The Russian destroyer also left the scene after searching for the missing men through tho night. The Ark Royal received a hole above the waterline and the Russian ship was badly scraped in the collision, which occurred during a joint search naval and air force exercise in the central and eastern Mediterranean Monday night A spokesman for the British defence ministry said today an inquiry into the collision would begin in Malta nominated EDMONTON (CP) Attorney General Edgar Gerhart ins been nominated to contest Calder for the Social Credit party in the next provincial general election. He was unopposed. at division at dividing the country. Now they need to learn how to add up the vote Humphrey, who easily won re election to the U.S1, Senate from Minnesota, said the Democratic Party picked up seats in the where we already held overwhelming and only lost two of 25 scats up for re-election in the from Philip LONDON (AP) Prince Philip has an idea to cut traffic accidents. Drivers, he say s, should display nameplates rather than registration numbers. "People in rnolor cars feel gloriously anony m o u the prince told a meeting on accident prevention. He added: "They regard the car to them just as an object and ignore lire driver insittc, aad this encourages bad road Iffti ill IS bill planned o .1 OTTAWA SCP) A govern- foundation for the bill designed' to protect consumers against short measure or weight of goods was given second reading Tuesday in the Senate. Under the bill, scales and other measuring devices used for trade must be approved by the standards branch of the consumers affairs department. Senator Daniel Lang iL-On-lario) also said the bill lays the metric system in Canada. Teams of inspectors would be located across Canada to ensure accuracy of measuring devices. They could cheek retail stores and ako visit plants of manufacturers and packers "to check on the contents of prepackaged Senator Lang HISTOEY A form of bowling was played in Egypt as early as 5000 WHY DO PiOPlE FLOCK TO VICTORIA TO RETIRE? The climate h one answer. But Ihe Special nature of this piclure-poskard city welcomes and caters to pensioners has more to do with it. Geronimo Vie's description of Canada retirement capital appears IN YOUR IETHBRID5E HERALD WiEKiND DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE movement makes its move MONTREAL (CP) The Men's Movement of Canada launched a campaign Tuesday to convince the public that discrimination against men in divorce courts is contributing to the breakdown of the fam- ily. Jolmatbon Geller, a Mont- real management consultant who heads the movement, said a letter is being sent to all Quebec judges, universi- ties and politicians as the "first step" in the campaign. In the letter, a copy of which was released Tuesday, Mr. Geller attacks Ihe atti- tude of courts where "an mi- satisfied woman is able to break up a marriage arbitrar- ily and the greater part of the Your kind of Look fresh, fair, and free in this airy delight of soft curves and straps. The open look. FRISCO BIACK WET fOQK SYLBERT'S SHOI STORE 505 <1lh Avc. S. Phone 327-3784 financial and emotional tar- den is borne by the husband ami father." He contends that "the sex- ual and social freedom" of women, combined with "ancient concept of almost automatic custody of the chil- dren and an almost automatic alimony arc "power- ful incentives for the woman to destroy her family life." The campaign is being spon- sored by the Men's Move- ment, formerly known as Mens Liberation, and tha Other Woman Organization, a New York-based group. The movement was formed in September. The word liber- ation in its name was dropped because of what one spokes- man qualified as its "unpopu- lar connotation. Aii' Canada to clieck passengers TORONTO (CP) An elec- tronic device to detect con- cealed weapons on passengers has been set up at Toronto In- ternational Airport, an Air Can- ada spokesman said Wednes- day, Jack Barclay, chief security officer, said the device will he used lor most Air Canada flights at the airport. He said signs inform passengers that they must pass through the det- ector and may have io submit to personal searches. He said the detector was used in a test Tuesday on passengers hoarding an Air Canada flight io North Bay, Grit. None of the passengers complained, he said a detector was set up about two weeks ago at the Montreal airport. Martin Beits, Air Canada cus- tomer service manage, said trained officers can determine the amount of metal concealed by passenges on their persons or in their luggage because of tin: sensitivity of the device. United Church i Ryerson press sale rapped EDMONTON (CP) Author Pierre Bcrton said here th? United Church of Canada aci- cd like a "private profit mak- s ing machine" when it sold Ry- i erson Press Io American puh- foiling interests. "It was a had move hy the said Mr. Burton, here i io address the Women's Cana- j dlan Club. He suggested one way federal government could pro-; vide n'.oro incentive for Cmia-; i u'ritors uxmU lie by giv-' i ing prizes. IN IETHBR1DGE: 613 Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 ;