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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Fritlciy, October 8, 1971 MOTHER LOV? Rid life. Five (Ti-.-y--.vl- nia! park m Au-.irciia lo n of2 is a fluffy ne- addition to Sydney's bird fluff, this cygnef was born a few days ago in Centen- poir of block s -veins. v TORONTO aTi The pri- vate policeman, or security guard, is booming in Ontario. At the start u September men had lunn licensed by 173 agencies in the industry. There's one hitch. They look so much like hut without the power, thai police fordo wear red bands around their cap.-. "It's slightly nu-ir-.- ndic- says ilrar', man- ager of Si.runtY Trade stand cowar Minister proposed I'.S. Amchitka cowardly and day by fyir 12-man sion. The Greenpeace in aboard the Can: -iia boat Phyllis at Sand Poin; in i 900 miles east of Amchitkn. The mission plans In rT'.Kso off chitka Jiie three- mile U.S. limit the day of the test, expeclcd h-ter this month. Canada has protestrd for- mally to the L'.S. ivsarfibr: tho test, but Mr. Tnuirau h; s dined lo with PrcFidont Xroii. Dorothy ilrf rjvac" communion and wife of in -ion mom Ben Mcfcalfe. ?nifl the [ele.cram Sv-n sciU to Prime from f'-icn.fi-. par- ents anri ihu Green- peace crev. 'We are I he women, families and friends of the Greenpeace crew. Our men arc on their v.'ay to Amchitka to try tn stop a senseless atomic test. They are acting for the benefit of all j mankind. Your on (his! issue is .'nvl i ble. Where i.-; ju.-t society now? Canadian survival su- 1 persedcs (he Canadian ccon- omy. the next dci'tinn not standing. ''Fly to !o make your io President clear for all the v.orid to hear.1' Acynev. "In Quebec .security are forced to wear uni- I Drills lhat distinguish them from policemen, but in Ontario it's the other way around.1' Rut there will be a change. Next year, under new provincial regulations, all policemen in On- uirio will be issued with new pnifonn.s. The design is still a secret. i Sccui'ity guards have no more power than an ordinary citizen, ean make a citizen's arrest in certain circumstances. Feuer than 100 of Ontario secu- ritv guards are licensed to cr.nT and only 68 are -v.orn as special constables in :in official pclice force. Four years ago 4.048 men ere licensed by the Ontario i'nivincial Police as security to work for 12-J .security 1 Now the licensed b> September includes only men working for agencies who take fr-ey 10 guard industrial plants, plazas, cfiice buildings U.S. Prices Drop WASHINGTON (AP) Wholesale prices in the United States dropped for the first time in nearly a year in September first full month of Presi- dent Nixon's wage-price freeze the decline on a season- ally adjusted basis was the lar- gest in five years, the govern- ment said todav. Bh'tli-coalrol pill makers: couri 'AP- Four man- "tureis of binli-control pills ciii'd in six lawsuits filed in federal court, here. The suits are part of a scries of ar-tinns launched against the by a Detroit }er. Samuel .M. Leacb. Leach filed four similar suits last December. All 10 allege thai the pills caused various harmful side effects to users. One suit, seeking SI.15 million in damages, claims the pills were partly responsible for the death of a suburban Birming- ham housewife. Mary B. Curtis. Filed on behalf of her husband, .lohn Curtis, the suit contends thai Mrs. Curtis' death occurred partly because of "various reac- tions" to an oral contraceptive manufactured by the Ortho Pharmaceutical Co. No trial dates have been set in anv of the cases. ASAH! BEER the golden beer from land of rising sun. f TOKYO. NADAI f DMOMON. ALitf.ltTA Orderlies Labor left wingers battle compromise advirc liED IJKKK Nursing orderlies should always think of as people and nol just sb'Mics on a progress chart. H. Ohadwiek of j Reel Din told the annual vcntion Hi the Alberta Associ- ation Nursing Orderlies. "Both vni: and I must re- i member that the sole reason j for doing our is the pnlicnt." j he said. ''This is easy for us 1 to forget in this age of spe- i cializalion. especially for high-i ly specialised doctors." Dr. f'hadwick said techni- cians often are so intent on do- ing their job that they do not realize the pain, misery and sometimes to which 1 subject the patient. j "Orderlies must g u a r d j against the impersonal, 'I'll get' this job done as quickly and efficiently as possible never mind the pain, damage, embarr- assment and shame to the pa- tient's attitude, he said. LONDON UT> The .strong left wing of IlriUiin's Opposition Lahor pui'ly has humchet! a fu-[ rious campaign against left-wing sector, rcacti-d with outrage and hitter The official Soviet news agency Tass reported from Ana- dyr on the Bering Sea that miners found a gold nugget I weighing nearly 10 pounds. JIAUOI.D WII.SON Quells reporl ness to widespread reports that I Labor Leader Harold Wilson! may prepared to make some accommodation with prn-Mar- kcl MPs, Vt'ilson told an annual party i conference at Brighton earlim' this week expects all Labor- ites to unite in bailing legisla- tion foi1 Market entry [o be in- troduced after a parliamentary vote on HID issue Oct. 211 if the. vote, as expected, i.s won by the j government. Observers and most pro-Mar- ket labor MPs interpreted the statement to mean that was clearing the way for those who favor entry to vote with the rilling Conservatives on the principle of membership if they agree to fight against later leg- islation. STUIKFS B.U'K But party chairman Ian Mi- karclo, a leading Tribune mem- ber, struck back quickly to prevent any such compromise, j "If, as the newspapers are j suggesting this morning, a squalid deal has been done to! allow some CO pro-Market MPs to cat their cske and have it then those (JO constituency parties will have the right to pass a verdict on that shabby manoeuvre." Mikardo said. Wilson also moved quickly to quell reports of a compromise, j He said in a radio inlerview j there had bten nu privale deal; Fiery Irish housewife goes lo jiiil LONDOXUKIIliS i.U1' Marie a lielfasl housewife, was Thursday ic-r six months for urging I-rai- dcr.cierry'.s ..iilers to arm themselves ar.d join the out- lawed Irish Republican Army lo fighl against British h, Northern Ireland. between himself and pro-Market Dopuly Leader Roy Jenkins. Jenkins said the parliamen- tary Labor party has not dis- cussed what altitude will be laken towards anyone voting for rnlry on present terms. Wilson, however, has indicated that ho will no! allow a tree vole on the i- lie unless the government dor; so. Some observers believe Jen- kins iiuiv resign bis position be- lore voting and perhaps stand lor re-election when a new .shadow cabinet is chosen at the beginning of u new parliamen- tary sessif n next month. Ufiidais predict Israel will export million worth ot gar- ments and textiles during 1971. VOTE (ED) j V W. E. I A Inserted by W. E. Bastecio Independent EATON'S SEALY Savings Event Hotel, Motel Sleep Units "Biltmore" Best of Rest! SEALY famous quality construction features pre-builtr no sag borders, turning handles; 252 coil construction; sisal insulation and sisal crown. Scroll quilt surface. Mattress or Box Spring regular length 3'3" or A better rest makes a happy guest! SPECIAL, each "Stardust" Sound Investment Enjoy SEALY support awaken fully refreshed! 312 coil counlj p re-built borders; tape sewn edges. Soft yet firm resiliency dur- able two-needle scroll quilt. 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