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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Momlny, November 22, 197) in royalty business Reading explosion By DAN III Assiwiiili-'l I-ITSS Writer the iaie Farouk M Kuyi" nn.v mused, "c.nh left in thi' -.Mil-Id-- Ih.' K'.in: Kngland anil "u'n deck of playnm Farouk's was prrm.itun Main .1 mon- archy ha.- i.iin-hi-il !iu> First World War. and MIIIII- once-seniro mn precarious [virliex tut! thi'iv still a future in '.he rmaMy ness A iK'i-n-.iii "i royal heirs pi-iniv.-, and princev-es England'-: Phdip Ar- thur Cieora- Prince Wales and ilv King in" the Vniled Kintii.'in and the (.0111 monwealih. kind of prince girls ilrcain ah'.'ii' -tall. Ul- ented. '22, MiH'-i'yi.'il. languidly handsome and iiinnrnsely rich. He dances wilh debutante.-., but he does-n't thorn: lie'- A million -anty !v Charles n.'V. is a in [he Koya! Navy, eai-nini: a day. in a -ix-by- sii.irnu1 a 3o offieers. li'anjii.i: to he a gunnery S'pa guided lie [o stay in thc the nexl few vears1. He alrean'y is a fill- a tennis court and launchei It M ir h he -e: a preccdenl for royal hy in a cu! b'itr play in a e: n .oid ovei-vnr.e '1 uant l" in- llvali'd as all ordlnan more forma! 1'rlnee Aklililn. a r.ii self-a.-iiirod "'J-yi-ar- by Mandards Akiluto i- tl iTvolulioiiury. Tv.rivv Iv brokr ihroiiiih Ihe chry.v .nilheiniim niriain thai -iireud.- ihe niijHTKd family and inai ned ;i eeriilill'inei. Ml- Their ronKilKv al'ier deal! al party GIiMO.XTOX il'P1 Pul laid a charge of non-cap; nuii'der fallowing the lai morning shooting death of a year-old man at a drink party. I'olu'e said Palrick Dai was shot with a hunting r niter the parly. Leo Vervi of Kdmnnton was charge in.ijoi'ed in EnpiFl ;it Tokyo's SatTe< 1' n i v e r si I y. Akihm 'd -.nili nil Anierieiin pri- lof or -11 i- great equalizer pronoiineed. liaudouiu at I Ingrid, when she lakes the; "reading explosion" in Canada .-.Mm. serious, soft-spoken throne, will lie caunlry'sjjs eminleracting some of the Albert is heavy-1 first reigning queen in six eon-1 by television. Ar- ----1 Shn Illealiv fitted t fnpmm' Ueb'iiini'.- King Baudouin has it up wilh the internalional jel the sporl which is: and the heir to the set instead of staying home to j tus favoriie I'errca- throne is his brother perform royal duties. Prince Allicrt. he contrast be- i I) e n m a r k 's Princess Mnr- iwecn Hie tw could hardly iHi'grelhe Alexandrine Thorhildur! liaudouiu at! Ingrid, when she lakes the mis case (uries. She ye..... to preside OUT the deiuo'.Talic i humorous. 31- I yeaixild modern mother, an ex- p c r i e n e e d archeoloiiisl j.speaks five languages, schooled S ;in philosophy, conslilntional law, political science, arls, eco- nomics iuid s o c i o 1 o ey. and coached by her father King Frederick IX in royal stale- crafl. uold KdinlmroiiR editor of Saturday Night and rd said. Mr. Edinborouph told 700 tea i chers from nearby Richmond seme of (he most harmful 6 D's TO SUCCESS IN SilUNG ON MOTIVATION MEL HALVERSON in person lecturers on Motivation in North America. His world wide experience in producing many a round-the-world motion pictures, photographing 50 countries and lecturing to every club from the Rotarjani in Swaziland to 73 chutches in his home city in Calgary, adds interest lo his lectures. PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL TUESDAY, NOV. 23rd 8 p.m. A MOVIE WILL ALSO BE SHOWN Phone Park Plaza for Complimentary Tickets YORK I API Court Justice .1. Greenfield divided all mankind into three canine-ori- enlnl parts Friday, then opled in favor o! (he dog-loving type o! human. Thus he proved a dog's best friend in tins uas a man. Kv his dcci.sion, Greenfield [vniected Muriel Mayhew's nanc from eviction at ;he iiands of a Greenwich Vil- lage landlord, who looked upon the beast as "a men- ace "All mankind is divided into three observed Green- field, "the larger proportion love passionately, harbor them, faun upon them, share ihcir lives and troubles and joys with them, and defend vehemence any attack or infringement of canine rights. "A smaller proportion of mankind hates dogs passion- ately and expresses detesta- tion for their barking and and slavish and for their generous leav- ings in public places. Land- lords and neighbors fre- quently fall inlo this cate- gory." A THIRD GROtT Then. Judge Greenfield said, there is a third indiffer- ent division of rnanking. which "docs no! care one way or another about dogs." These neutrals, he philoso- phized, squander their atten- tion on "problems of lesser import." "The harboring of other Wile of otherwise reasonable and IM- civilized human bdngs." Tiireinfi then to Mrs. May- heu-'s case. Judge Greenfield held that a clause in her lease which prohibits thc harboring of may be considered waived h'.rause of prior con- duet, lie noted she had lived in her basement apartment for 27) year-', always "with one dog or another." llt-i- previous landlord was somewhat taken aback when the Great Dane moved in. But she obtained liability in- surance on the animal, he agreed she could keep it. Then K i e h a r d de Saint Phalli1, a lawyer, bought the f o n r -s t o r e y building, and sought lo evict thc Great Dane. Judge Greenfield rilled that de Saint Phallc was bound hy Ihe term.-; accepted by the previous landlord. Mrs. Mayhew's Great Dane was to remain, ruled His Honor. A vital bulwark against this is the written word, Mr. Edin- "Crrada has a beautiful iden- tity r.nd you, as teachers, should do your best lo pre- serve it. We can't really play ball if somebody else owns thc ball and we've lost thc bat." However, the reading explos- ion in Canada is "helping to Civil servants i gain coverage balance some of Ihe less allra-j- live effects of TV on he said. "In the past 10 years Ihe paperback book market has lit- erally exploded." Hooks which used to be too expensive for Voiillis nabbed in liiildiel death NEW WESTMINSTER (CD- Police arrested two juveniles in conned ion with Ihc hatehel slnyinR of Marl in Lolay, OB, of New Weslniinster. L'ifay's body was discovered in his home In' his brother on the eveninp, of Nov. II. A blood- stained hatchet was found near the body. A 10-year-old boy was with non-capital mur- many people now ean be IxiuRht "md a 15-vcar-okl boy was in paperback versions for less I charged with robbery with vi- than radio and television effects came from the large number of American-oriented programs. ''Almost all the TV we sec in Canada is based on Ameri- by i can promises, including some close been lo F.ng- of the worst U.S. he lish boarding school, two Danish j told delegates to the Richmond universities, (lie Sartatnc in j Teachers' Association reading Paris and [he London School of conference. Economics. She has taught her-' seir about labor relations, .._ lecrned ju-jitsu in the Danish j borough said. air force women's auxiliary corps, and worked on archcolop- ical sites in Italy, the sweltering Nubian desert and the jungles of Thailand. She designs her own jewelry and designed a Christmas charily pastrge stamp that sold million cop- ies. Holland's las! two monarch? have been queens End another woman is in line for the throne Beatrix, a 3.1-year- old blonde who has broken royal tradition by giving birth to three sons. A witty and artistic woman-she is an accomplished (U. and painter-Beatrix Premier C. Bennett announced British Columbia s sculptress and I is well-liked and informally cas- but haughty can bceo m e i n t i m n c y threatens. She was partly raised in Canada, where the royal House of Orange frunilv look re- civil servants and public school teachers will be covered under the federal government's new uncmpcylment insurance plan. The premier said be told fed- Liner limps linlo harbor Mouse ot urange lamuv took re- ifugc during Gei-manv's Second Labor Minister Bryce Mac 'World War occupation of Hoi-! al thc i conference in Ottawa that B.C. Beatrix is thoroughly trained and conscientious in royal mat- cash lor holiday shopping I't.US cash for holi- day travel PLUS cash for rifts PLUS cash for ex- penses PLUS cash just to have and enjoy! It's thc PLUS LOAN" at Beneficial Finance cash for ''am good reason...PLUS any olhcr...PLUS any other... Call up or come in loilaj! You're good for more at Beneficial Losns up to loan can bo life-insured Take up to 60 months to pay on loans over will co-operate fully with the new plan, effective Jan. 1. LISBON