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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LtlHBRIDGD HERALD Monday, Oclober mission on the moon's surface and includes the words "United Slates in Space A Decade of Achievement" across the bottom Joe Crosby. pivMdent of the Oklahoma i'hilaiclic Society, said that becaui-t1 of an appar- ent accidental shift of the printing press. colors and printing on one shoot of stamps are .Vj millimetres Figins dropping of Uee' and position. Some stanws I out of position. Some stamps lack the slogan across the bot- tom, he said, and others have Ihe words in the wrong posi- tion. Hugh Randall, former presi- dent of the stale philatelic so- ciety, said the stamps eouid be worth or more. Former A Iberia 'man is killed j MONTREAL (CP> Jack Weiss, 39, a former resident of Alberta, died when the car he I was driving collided with a low j truck under a viaduct on the I Trans-Canada highway near suburban Dorval. Mr. Weiss was a resident of suburban Pointe Claire at the time of his death. LONDON (API Percy Bysshe Shelley might turn over in his grave if he heard Bysshe Shelley miglit turn over in his grave if he heard what a fellow Englishman has done to his famous Skylark poem. Rewriting the first lines of Shelley's Ode to a Skylark, C. M. Harrison used satire -Sat- urday to protest a Church of England plan to get rid of such archaic words as "Inec" and "thou." Harrison joined a chorus of protest as letters poured in to The Church Times, weekly newspaper of the Church of England, objecting to [he pro- posed streamlining of church language that's been around since 1662. Tlie streamliners have a RALPH BUNCIIE In poor health Attorney general Hoy Ro- i manow said in Cstevan. Sask. I he will consider the merits of establishing a police college for the Prairie Provinces, i He told the Estevan Police Association that the training college must involve lawyers, i j u d g e s, correctional officers I and criminologists. "in addition, we must explore the possibility of providing training assistance for indivi- dual municipal police forces in i the province if the three-prov- iuce idea doesn't work." licv. Ralph Abcniathy, chair- man of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. lias re- i ceived the East German Peace medal. The award was present- I wl by Dr. Guenter Drefahl. f president of the Esst German i Peace Council. j James Roche, an Irishman who hurled two canisters of I anti-riot gas into the British j House Commons last July, i emerged from prison recently after 14 months and .said he I did not regret his action. He i j threw the gas shouting "Bel- j I fast see how you like it." j and sent legislators spluttering I and coughing from the House. Lord's Prayer in which God is addressed as "you" instead of "Ihoti." That's going loo far, Harri- son wrote and went to work on the Shelley ode to prove Ills point. Into Harrison's trash can Trail Shelley's immortal words: "Hail to llicc, blithe spirit: "Bird thou never wert." Instead, Harrison tried out this streamlined version: "Hail to you, blithe spirit: "Bird you never were." Rut, Harrison's letter noted, "This form still contained archaisms.'1 For one thing, he said: "You people today are not in the habit of greeting each other with the word 'hail'." He tried out but that was loo chummy. So ho found a better word. And he junked "Millie." Also the in- verted word order wasn't nat- ural enough. ''Rood morning, cheerful spirit: "You never were a bird." Going on to an even bigger j challenge, Harrison says he'a Now Harrison had it right: I now busy rewriting Hamlet. I Policeman's dirly hands grounds for test refusal LONDON, Ont. (CP) A police officer's dirty hands were reasonable grounds for a London man to refuse a breath analysis test, Middle- sex County Judge T. J. Jacob ruled here. Judge Jacob's ruling over- turned a provincial coi'rL con- viction against Donald Fran- cis Prout, who was found guilty July 29 of refusing to take the test. Judge Jacob said evidence that detective George had fingerprinting ink on his hand was reasonable, grounds for Mr. Prout to refuse the test. Business Review Quick now, what is the answer? tyuick now, what has the activities of these huge legs, makes a profit of about. firms. million a year and prefers Can- j The power and force of these i ada above all other countries? i industrial giants is detailed in a j It's Ihe average American I sUltly published in The Record, j multinational corporation, a a publication of the Conference I major factor in world trade and Board, a non-profit, mdepend- i ,n prime clement in the Cana- i business research riian world. i "Of a gross world product of .S3 trillion, approximately one- i third is produced in the United I I States, corpo- dragging economy. Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepiri told a Houston, au- dience last week thai Canada will refrain from any radical crackdown on foreign owner- ship. But he urscd more U.S. understanding. And in the United Nations, a Canadian delegate called on the legal committee to study the ef- fects on international trade of multinationals. He ?aid Canada feels tlwre must he some kind nf international law to govern ada, Japan and the remaining one-third in Rus- i sia, Eastern Europe, China and the developing countries else- j j where in the world. I For the future, The Record i forecast: ''Given an expanding world i j economy and the rise of the j multinational corporation, na- j ticnal boundaries may follow the history of state bo'undaries j which failed to confine the i American corporation or pre- j j vent the growth of a national i economy. Red Deer college students protest liquor controls RED DEER (CP1 The stu- dent's association at Red Deer College shouldn't have to go to asked that liquor be allowed at college functions at the discre- tion of the student association. the board of governors for per- He said this would eliminate mission to have liquor at func- j the bother of having to go to lions each time, says Jim the board for endorsation be- j Head, student body president. I fore each liquor license is oh-! In a letter to the board, he I tabled. ''As adults we would like to be able to control this aspect of social life and take responsi-; bility for these he: said. The students' ass ociation plans about 15 functions with liquor this year, Mr. Head said. The board of governors will consider the request at its Oct. 18 meeting, a college spokes- man said. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WC HAVE: A 59.95 MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTAUATION 1G MINUTE INSTAUATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6lh Avonuo South Phone 328-8134 ON SALE: OCTOBER 4th TO 9th-While quantities last! BULK SNOWBALLS BULK CHOCOLATE DROPS BULK CHOCOLATE SPECIALTIES Ross buds-Macaroons Chocolate Peanut Chunks. f O JF Ih BULK SMARTIES KRESGE SPECIAL FR1CE Many colored Hit's candles lhat children literally love! BULK CHOCOLATE CARAMEL BULK BRIDGE MIXTURE KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE: Little tidbits with hard and soft centres so appropriate for parties! 53 Lb. JENNY LIND FRESHPACK 12 Or. Box! Chocolate 1 covered cherries or assorted chocolates available. BULK PEPPERMINT PATTIES KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE Cool, cool mint surrounded with creamychocolate is so refreshing! ItSGE SPECIAL FRICL. 491 BULK W1LL-0-CRISP KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE A crisp and chewy candy that's covered chocolate! 591 JENNY LiND PATTERKRISP 6 Oz. packages in each pack! Crisp candy that's a favorite with a 11. BASSETTS LICORICE ALLSORTS BULK SLOW POKES KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE A truly popularehewy chunkycandylorthe Whole family! OCr.Jlh.3fl BULK COCONUT FINGERS KRtSGE SPLCIAL PFItL Delicious smooth coconut coaled with line chocolate! Lb. TRI-PACK CRACKER JACKS FREE! BALLOONS SUCKERS FOR CHILDREN WHILE THEY LAST! 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