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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETH8RIDGE HERAIP Saturday, Novombcr '10, 1971 Uirv abinet leaks wiry OTTAWA 'S Mnmt'.- fu; cabine'. lr..k> Inn out- pri- mary i- in enhance a particular Mi.nMn'1.-. reputation, pivfVrablv ;it 'In1 rMK'n.H' f an- othvi iHni.-.UT. Leaks ibually star; in Kvume uivn tin1 in'rrnal bat- llr in siinvt'il fi'rni. In ilv la.-t year of IVai1- .von regime, leak.- were almost ;i daily occurrence. Must were aimed al to ta- vorable public attention would- summers (it then prime minister Le-ter Pearson V Lib- oral party ard lead- ership, A ft.irifui.s JYarsun cmv wanted1 tu chastise in cabinc: (he ministers Ix1 believed re- sponsible MY most of the leaks But he did nrt do -on the premise Ilia; his criticism oi leaks would be leaked. Prime MiniMtT Trudeau did no; v.-in his party'> leadership and tl'e highest political office through a syslcm nf calculated Bui the leak- on iiis behalf did no' do him any harm. The> mainly sueno.sie.1 Mr. Pearson wanted Mr. as his suc- cessor. Mr. Pearson publicly denied lie had any Leaks almost formed a river in the dvir.Li navs of the Diefen- bakt-r v.hjn sonic cabinet members were debating who could succeed the Old Chief and will hold the irnionty gov- ernment together The purpose behind the leak this week oi a cabinet showing at least a tentative pov- emmc-nt decision to establish a screening .iconey f.ir foreign investors appears a urea; deal mtitv obscure than the usual from hiyt) places. On Parliament Hill, this leal i> generally considered an at tempt, self-defeating, misguide 1 I or c' henvi.se, to force an i-nily wavering government n establish tin1 proposed sereenin board. Hut leaks usually concern pei tonalities ratlier ihan policies. The leak might be an attempt not only to embarras ihr qovernmrnt but te abr; [mli'.ical undoing of Mr. Tn deau. This vvould be a primary step to the throne by any would-h successor, or anyone acting kitchen suil-; with 4 chairs; 2-blonde riming suiles; I -bndroom suite .1 pieces; 4-table 1 an- tique bed room suite (4 pieces 1 --Marconi stereo, radio, IV combination 'liku now1; l--5parlon TV set; 1 -Viking radio; 1 Sun hen m humidifier; 1-48" electric baseboard 3- end tables; coffee tables; 1 -3 burner gas 1 and cnair. 1 arm chair; kmt'e '.ol; pots and pans; cannister let; dishes nnd many f r useful items. Thfl description tis to condition or otherwise 01 set forth on each itom is meroly a guide and is in no way n war- ranty or guarantee, netual or implied. Neither Ihe ciuelionrer or the owner (ire responsible for ony errors in description or condition SAIE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057, Lolhbridgo Office Phone 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH ED TORSHF.R TONY PERLICH Lkenrc liffii'o 703 Licence llfl Phone 323-9777 Phono Phono 328-3951 Lethhidrji! Bow Island Lntlihridnn Kdmonlon Search con tin lies for missing persons HOW'S THAI H iiijit bo tlic lopic under discussion c r it mi lit I lie I S1IH1 (.1 f.Ullill.U f.KP Ml .1 new siiuaiinn. Astronaut Alan Sliepard .h1., a member of HIP L'.S, delegation, plujjs into a speech translation via ear- phones during a session of I N KOMONTON K.'P) "It just isn't Ime thai there isn't any- thing th'in says Jake Plett, whose Mary Ann vanished more llian tuo months ago. "Net what's hap- pened to her, this is worse." Mrs. Plell, a rt'a) estate lizenl, disappeared Sept. 15 iftcr she left her office to show in unidentified male client -onie. 'and jimt outside the city. She of four Edmonton- iic.i cairns missing under M r a circumstances since early Septemher. v.rekend, Jolin Clinlon Anusirong, a Ii7-year- c'ti and his wife liazcl, miles east of here, lo drive to )dii gets itheii1 daughters house in Peace Alta. The Armstrongs, described a< I "'a si able, sane, sensible old couple." waved to some friends along lhi- highway .shortly after started the jimr- ney. Neither the couple, nor their white station wagon, have been soon since. Sunday, Gail McCarthy, 23, caught a bus to go to work at a city hospital and has not shown up anywhere since. She is mar- ried and is expecting a baby. Police sav there is no solid TORONTO (CP; -hwlicc Minister John Turner says ho favcrs ih? abolition cf capital punishment. lie t'Md York stu- ParlianuTit siiuuld sluiv; stiino the pro- sen trial suspension cf capita! piuiislimcnl except for the killing of policemen and prison guards ends next year. lie said he. did no; know what posiaon the federal government will hike ivticn the question corner- up for review, probably next (all. "But I think we ought to be consi-'icm. ami po for complete abolition." lie said. There were murders in Canada for a rate of l.fi per lO.ijOi) population in the year thj death penalty for so- cailed non-capital murder lifted. year there were 4 n murders for a rate of 2.-1 per Ml EXECUTIONS SINTK Tlicre have no exccu tions in Canada since ,Mr. Turner also commented on abortion and the legalizing of marijuana. He .said his. view on abortion is that a pluralistic society where it is impossible on a pit tieular moral issue to reconcile one view with another, that the sanction of tha criminal ought to retire and leave it lo private oplicn." On marijuana, he said the issue was one of health and morals. ''Bui it's primarily one of health.'1 he added. "'And I'm goins to s'iggest .something that might .seem a little unCi r.fldian to you and that is tl at we ouph. to have facts before we. make policy." evidence to connect I he disap pcarances, but tltey fear foul play in the Armstrong and Plett cases. Plot I, mother of two young; boys, bad used her own car for the business trip into the counlrv. The car was found parked at car lot. Karlv this month, a briefcase was found in the hush near Fort Assiniljoine, "i-i miles northwest of here. Mr. Plr-lt says Ihe briefcase and its contents, found by ti hunter, definitely belong to his wife. SKAIK.1IED WITH DOGS RCMP searched Ihe area with dogs just as winter began to close in, but found no further clues. Ii e w a r d K, offered by Mr. Plcti, Edmonton Real Es- tate Board and Mrs. Plcf.t's em- ployer, now total Friends of the family have distributed 120.000 letters to rural liomes around Edmonton, asking for in- formation. Mr. Plett says that whoever is Edmonton used responsible for his wife's disap- of people and didn't have Uio pearance should have the "com-1 money. mon decency" to say where she is. "The least he can do, if he's done away with her, is let us know somehow where she can he found so (he boys and I can re-establish ourselves as a fam- RCMP say searches for the Armstrong coirplc have pro- duced "just nothing." CHASE MANY LEADS "We've chased clcwn literally of negative RCMP spokesman. hundreds says an "We've done everything manly possible." lie says it's nonsense to sume the Armstrongs fled j South America or Las Vegas for "I don't think there's any doubt I ha! they got tangled up will) some poor types." The spokesman hays they could have been stopped on the highway and mugged. Their car easily could bu hidden any- where. City police say it's too early to Lheoriyc in the case of Mrs. McCarthy. Her husband Ian, 28-year-old career soldier, says she woke him up to kiss bin: before leav- ing for work. When the hospital telephoned to ask where she was, he .started his own search and then called police. The Edmonton Transit Sys- tem has questioned all its bus drivers, hut none recalls Mrs. flmg. They weren't that type McCarthy. Patients in pain experiment TOHONTD (Cl'i A Toronto doctor foiuul jitoiilf- with raiinrt bo ciiK'd by can have rodiioofl liirout'li a chanyo in thoir lilood clieinislry. Dr. liaincn lu'ans, diroctor of llu1 clinic- nt Toronto Gen- eral said in an inter- virw K'lT he discovered by ehcrcf that patier.ts in pain from disease have a aika- Ir.e reaction in their blood- -strennis. N'nnnaliy blood is onlv alkaline. lie said he found lhal if he made the blood more acid, their pain disappeared it h i n liours. He has Iried it mi ill can- I cor patients who had been in pain despite other U'e.-itmenl. '.'if. bcfiim lest.s c.n peo- ple snfferinf! from other dis- eases, such as arlhrilis, and Iiis preliminary finding: indicate Ihe bkxKl-chance eoneepl holds Inie for these palicnl.s Ico Conver.sely, he has form! thm prople who believe they are in aKony, but who have no physi- cal disease and whose problems arise from psyehialric illness, have normal Wood. He bus tested IS2 such pnlient.s. llr. Kvans' findings have Ixx-n ronfinned by Swedish and I'lliled Stales researchers who have leslcd palicr.l.s and ani- i inal.s. 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