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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ THE IFfHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, November 23, WO Bermuda fined statement referring to local courts as a "Fascist kangaroo circus inaccurately described as a court of justice." The statement, published last Uniform LONDON (CP) For ttte first tune- since regular transat- lantic services began in the 19th century, no passenger liners will be making winter crossings this year between European and North American ports. The Daily Telegraph, report- ing an announcement in York by the Transatlantic Pas- senger Steamship Conference, says this applies to Mediterra- nean. British. Irish and North European ports as well as to Halifax, New York and Boston. All major transatlantic steam- ship lines have abandoned their winter services from early De- cember, The Telegraph says. The companies involved are Cunard, French Line, Italian Line, Holland-America, Swed- BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income by Learning to Prepare Tax Returns for Full Details, Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 6 Adslaido St. Dept. 18 Toronto 1, Ontario ish-American, Norwegian-Amer- Line, North German Lloyd and Hamburg-America. The first eastbound liner crossing in 1971 win be at the end of March bv Cunard's Queen Elizabeth 2 after her Caribbean cruise season. Until then, ship-lovers will have to make the crossing by freighters carrying 12 passengers. The service is being aban- doned for economic reasons and all transatlantic liners now spend the winter cruising. Last winter only four large liners maintained the from the Italian Line on the Mediter- ranean route and one each from North German Lloyd and the Greek Line. The Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Canada will make her last crossing of the season to Quebec City and Montreal Nov. 23 before embarking on a cruise season out of New York. The sailing had been threat- ened by strike action on the part of stewards who wanted a (SG2.50) cruise bonus. A spokesman for CP Ships said today agreement had been reached with the seamen's union for a bonus of 10s and the Empress now will sail as scheduled. .the sleek new line SJitodelstocHobsefrdrti. lfichjding the all new JUNIOR. iSnofrince for snowmobilers ''fpllow-up service. yOur dealer to-day. IIONEI. Manufactured by UONEL ENTERPRISES INC. Head ottice: Princeyille, Due. Branch oKices; Winnipeg, Mart. Markharn, Ont. Kloncton, N.B, Associated with: DUDLEY CUSTOM SHOP LETHBRIDGE NOBLE BLADE SALES TABER HI WAY 36 SERVICE VAUXHAU NOBIEFORD month, was attributed to a cadre of the black militant group, the Black Bercls. Chief Justice Sir Myles Abbott also fined two radio stations and respectively for broadcasting the statement. Sir Myles sentenced Black Beret John Philip Perinchief, 25, a schoolteacher, to six months' imprisonment for mak- ing the statement. The chief jus- tice, however, added that the term could be reviewed if Per- inchief apologizes. Also fined was Gazette editor Gordon Robinson and the news directors of the two radio sta- tions. Robinson was fined and the news directors and each. In finding the newspaper, radio stations and Perinchief guilty of contempt of court, Sir Myles described the publication of the statement as a "disgrace- ful and scurrilous attack on a court of summary justice." He added the judgment should not be interpreted as a restric- tion on freedom of speech and opinion but "it is one tiling to hold extreme views and to ex- press them strongly, quite an- other to hurl vulgar abuse and to utter threats directed at those who administer justice in these islands." EDMONTON (CP) Babey of Edmonton, president of Unifarm, has announced he will not seek re-election at the organization's first annual con- vention Dec. 8-11. In a prepared statement, he said he would not run again because he felt "leaders should not stay in office too long." "Seven yeSrs is a long time; quite sufficient to implement my ideas. An organization's strength must be in a collec- tive, all-out effort by everyone rather than reliance on any in- dividual." Unifarm was formed 1 a s I year when the Farmers' Union of Alberta amalgamated with the Alberta Federation of Agri- culture. Mr. Babey had servec as president of the union since 1983 and was elected presiden of Unifarm when it was formed He would not say what his plans were for the future. COST MORE Farm experts in the Unitec States say weeds cost the coun- try more than all other agricul- tural pests. Friendship centres on borrowed time CALGARY (CP) Two of Alberta's sit native friendship centres are running short of funds and may have to close before spttag, say organization executives. Peter CressweH, executive director of the Napi Friend- ship Centre at Pincher Creek, said the centre will be forced to close next March unless more finances are found and the Lethbridge centre has only enough money to last to the end of the year. The main income for the cen- tres, also located in Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Prairie and Peace River, is an annual grant from the federal and provincial governments. The grant, issued each July, has remained the same despite an increase in the number of centres to six from four in the last three years. "Our grants are really very inadequate for the amount of service we said Mr. Cresswell, About persons have been involved in the Pincher Creek program since the cen- tre opened 2% years ago. "In addition, we have done a lot of referral to other social agencies, counselling on family matters and have placed eight people in jobs during the lasi three months." The centres attempt to bridge differences between na tives and white communities by holding inter-racial func tions and by assisting anc counselling Indians moving into cities. Medicine Hat airman dies in crash Quo. (CP) The bodies of the pilot and navi gator of a CF-101B, missing since Friday, were discoverec Saturday in the wreckage of the aircraft, a spokesman at the Ca- nadian Forces base here said. The spokesman said the bodies of pilot Capt. Dave Hick- man of Marshall, W.Va., and navigator Capt. James Lauder of Medicine Hat, Alta., wsre re- covered by helicopter crews after the wreck was sighted by a CM7 search plane. Both men were 29. For a happier kmdcjy- see HFC No matter how carefully you budget, the holi- days generally cost more than you planned. If some extra cash will mean a happier holi- day for your family, see us right now. We can provide the help you need... and you can repay us conveniently later. Our 92 years of trustworthy money service are your assur- ance that you can borrow with confidence from Household Finance. Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mail. Sheriff loses licence, rides horse CAMPBEIASVILLE, K y. (AP) Sheriff Junior Sprowles' ability to catch Riot for tickets RANGOON, Burma (AP) A nob rampaged, through Ban- ;oon, destroying state-owned shops, burning down 'six mo- ion picture theatres and set- ing fire to 18 buses because Jiey couldn't get tickets for a youth festival. PAYMENT f ?4 1000 iSS.9S S06-4SH Avenue (Iwo west tit Kresfjfis) Ask About Mtr evening hwrs speeding motorists now Is down So one horsepower. The state recently sus- pended the sheriffs driver's action still being he's riding a five-gsited show horse, Prince, to work. "I don't need an operator's licence, no licence tag, nor do I have to pay the lee the- city charges the 47-year-old officer said. He paused, then listed a few other benefits. "I don't have to carry insurance on the horse, he doesn't have to pass the stale ear inspection, and Street battle VIGO, Spain (Renter) Six French sailors were taken to hospital here with bullet wounds following a street battle in which Spanish police opened fire. About 100 French sailors on liberty in this northwestern Spanish port took part in the battle, police said. the fuel bill is quite a hit cheaper." Prince is owned by a deputy who lent him to Sproirfes until his case is settlled. The sheriff was arrested Oct. 18 by CampbellsYille po- lice. He was charged with drunken driving after refusing to submit to a breath analysis' test. Under Kentucky law, that is grounds for a six- month licence suspension. Sprowles denies he wai drinking. Small car size, small car or v-8 enginc 2-doors or 4, sporty styling. Move it! Mercury's all new little car, Comet, is what you might call a thrifty swifty. Or even a nifty swifty. You can zip past gas stations with any of Comet's three 6-cylinder engines. Or zoom along in style with Comet's performance- proven 302 cubic inch V-8. Either way, you're on regular gas... and getting small car mileage. Transmission? Choose from a floor or column- mounted 3-speed manual or opt for the extra relaxation of Comet's 3-speed Select-Shift automatic. Groove it! Driving Mercury's new little Gomel is like wearing a groovy new outfit. People notice. Yet for all its rich good looks and sporty styling, Comet is priced much lowertfian you'd expect The interiors live up to Comet's promise of quality. They're bright and tastefully designed. Comfortable and roomy. With easy-to-clean clolh and vinyl seats and warm carpeting colour-keyed to match the upholstery. Comet is fun to own... and practical, too. Low initial cost, low maintenance cost and low operating cost. Who could ask for morel Swing it! One thing about a low priced car- it makes those extra convenience options easier to own. And Ihe new little Comet has enough options to tu rn it Into a mini-limousine. They include an AM stereo radio, Whisper- Aire conditioning, tinted glass, rear-window defogger, a consolette with electric a complete GT package. With all this going for iii you might find it easy to forget that Comet is a small compact. But you'll believe it when you finally driveinforgas. suggested ftjiaHprtcf lot base 2-door sedan not including distribution and delivery, preparation And conditioning charges; licence, gas and Provincial Sales Tax. Some Jealyfrt mentioned or shown are optional. The little car with better ideas. See it at Canada's mail car headquarters. Your Mercury dealer. s ;