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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, Ottob.r 1, 1970 THE LITHIMIDGt HCKALD Fight Breaks Out In Edmonton Courtroom EDMONTON (CP) A wild fight erupted in supreme court Wednesday when four self- avowed Maodsts, including a 24-year-old woman, refused to leave Ihe courtroom. The melee between the four and RCMP and city police start- ed in the prisoners' dock and was continued in the corridors for several minutes before the defendants were su'odued, hand- cuffed and led as they pro- tested "fascist justice." Frederick Herzog, 35, his wife Susan, 24, Roger Ten'Tray, 23, and .lanv Walker, 22, were ap- pearing'on charges of criminal libel. They were brought to court because the crown wished to request a stay of proceed- ings. REFUSE TO LEAVE "The request was granted quickly but the four, who had been in jail for the last three months, refused to leave the prisoner's dock and demanded to be beard. "This is typical fascist jus- cried the bearded Fred- erick Herzog. ;We have been in prison for three .months on phoney charges and now we are being refused a chance to address the he said as the RCMP moved in, requesting their de- parture. They refused to move and the RCMP attempted to remove them forcibly. In seconds, wild fight broke out. The four were taken into cus- tody but released shortly after- wards. The RCMP and city po- lice said no charges would be laid because of the melee. The stay of proceedings does not mean that the libel charges are withdrawn, only that the crown does not intend to pro- ceed with them at this time, a court spokesman said. The Herzogs, Ten Ray and Walker were charged in June with publishing defamatory re- marks about Magistrate John Coughlan and the city's courts hi the June 29 issue of the Pro- gressive Workers Journal. Quebec Shuffle Five Portfolios Change Hands QUEBEC (CP) Five portfo- lios changed hands Wednesday in a cabinet shuffle announced at a news conference by Pre- mier Robert Bourassa. The premier divested himself of the finance portfolio which he had carried since becoming pre- mier in the April 29 general election and handed it to Ray- mond Garneau, 35, minister in Charge of the civil service. I But hs said he plans to take personal charge of intergovern- mental affairs, a department currently run by Gerard D. Le- vesque who also is minister of industry and commerce. Responsibility for the public works department was shifted to Roads Minister Bernard Pi- nard, who. retains the roads portfolio, from Maurice Tessier, who remains minister of munic- ipal affairs. The department of financial institutions, companies and co- 9 STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO LIVE A LONGER LIFE Tpid yon realize that a longer life is chiefly pj3 to you? Fa- mous Mayo Clinic doctors now believe that you can add from 10 to 30 healthy, active years to your lifespas. The October issue of Header's Digest fea- tures an important article which could help you feel bet- ter and live longer. It tells how an early death from killers like cancer and heart disease can often be averted. Health guide- lines you can follow and in- valuable tips on exercise, diet and relaxation are provided. Be sure you read tlus helpful article in October Header's Digest. Get your copy today. operatives was taken from Jus- tice Minister Jerome Choquette and handed to William Tetley, whose revenue portfolio is being taken over by Gerald Harvey, minister without portfolio. In another appointment, Paid Berthjaume, Liberal member for Napierville-Laprairie, was named legislature assistant ,lo Transport' Minister Georges Tremblay. Actor Is Suing Actor's Wife For Damages SACKAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Actor Art Lund is suing the wife of actor Robert Stack for for the death of Mrs, Lund in an auto accident. The suit filed in Superior Court alleges that Mrs. Stack was driving too fast last Oct. 15 when her rented station wagon went into a ditch, fatally injur- ing Mrs. Lund, 49, a passenger in the car.. Lund also is suing the Hertz Corp., owner of .the wagon, and the Ford Motor Co. alleging the vehicle was defec- tive and unsafe and that its power steering failed. SUBWAY BLOCKED TORONTO (CP) Thousands of rush-hour passengers bad to be re-routed by bus when a sub- way train on the Yonge St. line jumped the tracks Wednesday between the Davisville anc Eglinton stations. No one was hurt in the derailment of four cars just north of Davisville. Barbara 'Ttrent MONTREAL, 'October 1st Keeping the cookie jar filled is a lot easier, I find, when T use MONARCH CAKE MIX. Below is Monarch's and my kitchen-tested recipe for Peanut Butter Drops: 1 Pouok-Pak MONARCH CAKE MIX (white or V, cnp petamt butter, cup granulated sugar, S tbsp. water, 1 egg. Preheat oven to 3SO deg. Lightly grease a, baking sheet. Beat, ingredients until combined. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto prepared oakinff sheet. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes. Makes approximately S dozen aookics. Those htmdy Potlcft-Pofe of Monarch Cake Mixes do save time and money! AT THE VERY FIRST SIGN of the nausea and cramps of diar- rhea reach for DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY. This gentle, fast- acting formula herbs and roots has proven effective for over 6 generations of wise Cana- dians. That's why you can count on Dr. Fowler's Extract for fast, soothing relief from the un- pleasant and sometimes embarrassing symptoms of diarrhea. And even though Fowlnr's is fast-acting, it is non-constipatina. So uiie is immune, especially children, to the many causes of diarrhea. So oe prepared.., Always keep Dr. Fowler's Extract on hand at home and when you travel. WE_HOMEMAKERS HAVE A FRIEND, indeed. Its DOMINION STORES, who have generously passed along meat-shopping tips that are invaluable. For in- stance, when buying pot roast... a practical, nutritious cut, Dominion suggests that ,a bone- _ less brisket, pound for pound, gives us top value for our meat dollar. Since it is a little sturdier, this boneless cut yields its brisk beef flavour with longer cooking. Cooked slowly, you'll have 1915 of built-in moisture for delicious pot roast gravy. When selecting pot roast be sure it has a fresh-cut, bright red colour. However, it in doubt, yon can always consult the knowledgeable "man behind the meat WHEN I BAKE A CAKE I want it to he moist... ami I want moistness to last. MONARCH CAKE MIXES have always been noted for their flavour andt light texture. nut did you know a special ingre- dient in Monarch Cnkc Mix helps to keep your cnke moist the day after baking... and the day sfter that? Whether it's a one Pouch-Pak for a single layer or two Pouch-Paks for a 2-layer cake, it is good to the last crumb. And in these days high prices, I appreciate the fact Monarch Cake Mixes are paclwd in pouches instead of more expensive boxes. Next time you shop, put Monarch on your list... It's ths smart way to buy cakesaiij Mao Gets Chance To Spread Influence MAO TSE-TUNG His Turn TOKYO (AP) Now that Gamal Abdel Nasser is dead, Mao Tse-tung will try to extend China's influence into the Mid- dle East. For months tire Chinese Com- munist party chairman and his associates have encouraged the Palestinian Arab guerrillas to sabotage attempts to -reach a peaceful settlement of the Mid- dle East conflict. They have urged the Arab states to adopt Mao's policy of protracted war fight to the Israel. Nasser, who accepted a ceasefire with Israel and ar- ranged one in Jordan, stood in the way. Nasser's successor probably will have to adopt a hard line toward Israel if he wants to sur- vive. This will be in contrast to Nasser's position. Although he talked tough, he was a pragma- list. He was the most moderate of the leaders of an Arab world dominated by feudal sheiks and left-wing revolutionaries. Mao and his men see the Mid- dle East as something larger than an Israeli-Arab cockpit, For them it represents a battle- field on which Peking's twin en- "imperialism" and Soviet "social can be harassed and perhaps, with, persistence, defeated. The Russians had the ear of Nasser because they supplied the firepower With which to con- front the Israelis. Unable to rival the Soviet in- fluence with the Arab govern- ments, Mao has concentrated on the guerrillas. He has armed them with Maoist slogans and almost certainly' has supplied them with money and guns. Chinese invective againsi the United States and, more subtly, against the Russians, falls on willing guerrilla ears. Cast adrift without Nasser, turning toward a more belliger- ent attitude, the Arab govern- ments could also begin to face toward Peking rather than Mos- cow. Mao believes that a small force, if united, can overcome a bigger, hotter-armed foe through protracted war. Vice-President Tung Pi-u-u and Premier Chou En-lai closed their joint message of condol- ence on Nasser's death with the sentence: "We are deeply con- vinced Uiat the people of the United Aral) Republic will turn grief into slrength, strengthen their unity, persevere iii strug- gle and carry through to the end the struggle againsi U.S.-Is- raeli aggression and win com- plete victory in their struggle against imperialism." j 1 tM fr T 51 We will be moving to our new location toon and therefore we are moat onxiout to liquidate as much of our present new and used car inventory as talcing advantage of this situation you will save yourself many dollars on the new or newer car of your choice. rJust try us. We're saying yes for less much less. Fantastic Savings en- these 1970 Demos now being cleared at hundreds of dollars below factory Invoice cost! SAVE ON WARRANTY AVAILABLE ON ALL 1970 FORDS FORD'S 5-YEAR, MILE WARRANTY POLICY BUY A 1970 AND BEAT THE NEW CAR PRICE INCREASES BUY A 1970 FORD AND SET MAXIMUM FACTORY MODEL YEAR END DISCOUNTS SAVE UP TO ON SOME MODELS! Fantastic Savings on these left-over 70's! w.w. tires, wheel covers, cuto. Total 1970 GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Royal Maroon and while vinyl roof. 429 2V V-8 engine, auto, trans., deluxe belts, electric clock, remote mirror, visibility group, block heater, radio. Power steering, power disc brakes, white wall tires, rim blow steering wheel. Knitted vinyl interior, rear defogger, rocker panel moulding, and many other better ideas from Ford. ij 2-DOOR HARDTOP, landau. Vinyl roof, speed control, deluxe tells; tilt wheel, outc. trans., radio. Stereo tape, white- walls, mag type wheel covers, 429 4V engine, reclining passenger seat. Brougham trim. Convenience check group, power seat, power deck release) plus many other better ideas from [1 Ford. I Total Retail p LIQUIDATION I PRICE L 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Fostbock. While In color with lazer type stripe, 351 4V cu. In V8 engine, auto. Irons- mission, power steering, powet disc brakes. Deluxe seat belts. Visibility group. Aufo trans, select shift. Hidden headlights and many more other better ideas from Ford. Total LIQUIDATION PRICE Compare! Save More, Hundreds More at Dunlop Ford! 1970 CUSTOM 500 4-DOOR HARDTOP'. Medium Blue metallic and white vinyl roof. 390 2V engine, auto, trans., radio, rear speakers, deluxe seat belts, electric clock, remote mirror. Visibility group, block heater. Power steering, power disc brakes. Rear defogger and many other belter ideas by Ford. Total Retail GALAXiE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Sports roof. Rangoon Red and White vinyl roof. 390 2V engine, auto, radio, rear speakers, deluxe seat belts, electric clock, remote mirror, visibility group, Hit wheel, block heater, power steering, power disc brakes, while wall tires, 'wheel covers, vinyl trim ond many other better ideas by Pord. Total Retail LIQUIDATION PRICE GALAX1E 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Dark Aqua metallic. 390 2V engine, auto, trans., deluxe belts, electric clock, H.D. battery, visibility group, tilt wheel, power steering end power disc brakes. Whiie walls, wheel ccvers, rodio, rear arid many other better ideas from Ford. Total Retail LIQUIDATION Q