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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ______, Oclober 12, 1972 THS IETHBRIDGE HEPALD 9 Explosive devices screened NEW YORK (API Mail ad- dressed to lladassah, the Amer- ican Women's Zionist Organ- ization, now is hring screened- lor explosive devices such as those received by two women active in Ihe organization and Jewish affairs. The bombs, similar lo the one lhal killed an Israeli diplomat In London last month, were contained in letter-size white airmail envelops mailed from Penang, Malaysia. Both devices were duds. Bombs also were moiled to two prominent members of the Jewish community in the Rho- desian town of liulawayo m what appeared to he a contin- uation of Arab terrorism through the mails. In New York, Hannali Kose- nberg, former Hattassah execu- tive director, and Rose Halprin, former president, were spared when tlie deadly devices inside letters they opened failed lo dclonatc. An Hadassah spokesman said (he letter addressed lo Mrs. Rosenberg contained a "threat- ening message" signed by the Dlack September Movement, the Aral) terrorist group that has claimed responsibility for the murder of 11 Israelis at the Munich Olympics. Mrs. Halprin said her enve- lope contained a letter charging Jewish persecution of Palcstin- Belly button is new worry for medical profession Falls on bayonet PRETORIA, South Africa (Hauler) Policeman J. P. Van Wyk was seriously injured when he fainted and fell on his bayonet during a ceremony yesterday to mark Ssnth Afri- ca's national Kruger Uay. ALBANY, N.Y. (MO 'he medical profession has ound another thing to worry belly t's all because of the bikini. Dr. Martin Markowilz of Brooklyn reports that, after a uinmoT of beach watching: 'A girl docs not begin to rate unless she can display a smooth, round, symmetrical riem-ession in her mid-abdo- men." This slate of affairs has now revolulionized my ap- proach of the newborn female writes Markowilz in a recent issue of the New York Family Physician. "Now my fivst considera- tion is the umbilicus. I clean Beuiielt expects to take seat VANCOUVER (CP) Form cr premier W. A. C. Rennet said yesterday he expects t .ake his seat as Opposition leader at Ihe special sesion of I the British Columbia legislature i Oct. 17. In a brief telephone inter- view, Mr. Bennett was asked if he would be opposition leader at ttie special sesion. "I expect he replied. Mr. Bennett, who returned to Vancouver Tuesday night af- ter a holiday in Europe, said he plans to leave Vancouver to- day for his home in Kelowna. He said lie would be in Victoria tliis weekend. it, I strap it, worry over it. I am constantly pla- gued with Ihe fear that some day a sweet young tiling will appear on an exclusive beach, for all the world to with a protruding belly button and turn out to have been one of my babies." PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) A Superior Coirl Judge has ruled in favor of a woman who refused to disclose her weight when registering to vote. Judge C. Kimball Rose agreed here with F 1 o r ence Diego thai knowledge o her weight "has nothing to do with voting." Mandatory disclosure of weight is not a legal rcqui-e- nvjnt when registering to vote in Arizona, the judge said. Mrs. Diego turned lo the court after Maricopa County Recorder Paul Marston re- fused to register her Aug. 3 because she omitted her weight on voter registration forms. lovt. employees plan o 011 biliugualism C? EDMONTON (CP) liep- esenlalives of Canada Man- owcr employees in nd Winnipeg saiit today they ill fight any government EC- oti to make their office bi- ngual. Sucli a move would create Lscrimination against persons vanling lo enter the civil ser- in Ihe two cilies and gainst civil servants already Ihere, said Don Mc- Kcnzie, prairie bargaining agenl for the association that epresents the manpower em- ployees. MEMO SENT He was commenting on a nemo released last Friday by Steve Paprcski, seeking re- election as Progressive Conser- vative Ml' in Edmonton centre. Mr. Paproski said the memo was a government directive lo Manpower offices in Er'-monton and Winnipeg calling for bilin- gualism to be a factor in hir- ing administrative staff, admin- istrative supportive ard personnel dealing directly with the public. Nixon ministers sued Mr. saitl he could not sec how Canada Manpower could have authorized the memo because Ihe treasury uoard has not issued a deci- sion on whether the two areas should designated bilingual for governing hiring practices. "It's kind of ridiculous in both Edmonton and Winnipeg when you think of the kind ot French-English language need there is.1' WASHINGTON (AP) A lawsuit was filed Wednesday against two Nixon cabinet offi- cers charging they are in charge of land-grant university programs of million a year, which cater to big agri- business and special interest groups to the detriment of small farmers, consumers and minorities. lition for Land-Grand Reform, Berkeley, Calif.; National Sharecroppers Fund Inc., Washington, D.C.; Georgia Council on Human Relations, Atlanta, Ga.; Midwest Council of La Haza, University of Notre Dame; and National Con- league, Washington, sumers D.C. The complaint accuses the The suit, filed in U.S. district agriculture and health depart- names Agriculture Secre- tary Earl Butz and Elliotl Rich- ardson, secretary of health, and welfare, and Jack North, Edmonton presi-, dent of the Public Service Am-1 officials ance of Canada of which Mr. j 'Amom, Inany McKenzie's association is a! (ho compiaini SCc in employment and distribution of benefits and granls, and use of federal funds to benefit pri- vate interests and corporations without equal consideration for Ihe public generally. "The land grant system has failed lo serve all people" be- cause it had focused its re- sources on developing tech- nology, mechanization and pes- ticide research which is of pri- ments of operating land granrl! mary benefit to big corporate- programs in violation of federal i type farmers and industry, a civil rights laws, discrimination! spokesman said. component, said "there's doubt we will fight this." Mr. McKenzie, agent for the Economic Security Employees National Association, said he would meet with other officials in Winnipeg lo determine what kinc'< of stand should he taken against the bilingualism drive. Agriculture demands, iplaint seeks a per- manent injunction against fed- eral spending on the "land grant complex" of 70 univer- sities, agricultural research, experiment stations and exten- sion services until new oper- ating rules are provided. Organizations filing the law- suit included: the National Coa- Kere ore the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I. 1-bj 2-West German; 3-c; 4-True; 5-c PART II: 1-d; 2-a; 3-e; 4-c; 5-b PART III: 1-c; 2-a; 3-b; 4-d; 5-e PICTURE QUIZ: Bryce Mackasey Asian refugees taken in by Britain LONDON (AP) About 000 Ugandan Asians, nearly half tlie number expected to come to Britain under Presi- dent Idi Amin's mass ex- pulsion, have been flown to the posts filled EDMONTON (CP) Omar Broughton has been appointed commodities commissioner of the provincial agriculture de- partment, James Clarke, as- sistant deputy minister of mar- keting in the department, an- nounced yesterday. Mr. Clarke also announced M. A. Cameron has been named director of the market intelligence section. Mr. BANS DOOKS Government censors in Rho- jBsia banned 372 of 890 books and magazines 1 1971. examined in Low readings iu B.C. (ha) VANCOUVER (CP) Rec- ord low temperatures for Oct. 11 were set at 14 centres in British Columbia yesterday, the weather office reported. Biggest change was at Willi- ams Lake in the Cariboo where a low of seven above broke the previous Oct. 11 low, set in 1968, by 19 degrees. In Vancouver, the official low was 31, five degrees colder commisioner of the commodi- ties branch and Mr. Cameron was head of the field services branch of the agriculture de- partment. United Kingdom, government i Broughton had Iwen acting officials said Wednesday. Sir Charles Cunningham, head of the government's Uganda resettlement bDard, said last week no more Asian refugees were ex- pected to come to Britain. He predicted the final figure probably would be lower as. other countries absorbed many of the Asians being thrown out of Uganda. Alxmt of the refugees al- Ihan the 36 degrees of Oct. in 1945. ready here have been housed in WRITES BOOK ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) A polio patient who died re cently at the of 42 spent tl: last 15 years of his life with an iron lung and chest respirator During his time in the hospita to be a seven military camps and has- a book describing the ex tels in central London. I perience. 2nd ANNUAL COUNTDOWN WINTER 73 SOUTHERN ALBCRTA ZONE CANADIAN SKI-PATROL SYSTEM SAL, OCT. 14--11 A.M.-11 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE P.M. FEATURE tENGTH FILM and FASHION SHOW (Courlesy of Eaton's) P.M. and P.M. Plus SHORT FILMS Running Continuously Displays: from GOTSCHNA. SKI HAUS, SK! SCENE SPORTS, YAMAHA CYCIE and WEST CASTLE DOOR PRIZES from Eaton's. Tickets now on sale. SKI SWAP EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENT TERMS Ski equipment To be consigned musl be brought lo the Oct. 14 ofler a.m. Sale starls a.m. Equipmer be evuluafed by experienced personnel. 15% of sale prii be retained by the Southern Alberta Zone, Canadian Ski System, OVERPRICED EQUIPMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, Wind Win the Here's your opportunity to win a luxurious, all-white Inside and outside 1 973 Ford Thunderbird. With every you deposit in a savings account at Canada Trust between September 22nd and October 16th, you get an opportunity to win this beautiful white Bird. For example, if you deposit you get ten opportuni- ties to Our present customers can also participate by making new deposits. Remember too, that your money will likely be earning more than it is now. So come on over! Canada Trust is one of the nation's oldest institutions, created even before Eaton's and Canadian Pacific. Yet you'll find we're not only up to date, but well ahead with modern services like our Phone-a-Loan Service. To get a loan you just call us, and we make all the arrangements by phone. FREE made-to-measure SUIT of your choice! During our special carnival festival you have Ihe chance of a lifetime. Drop by your nearest English Scotch, choose from Ihe enormous selection of fabrics in oil Ihe lalest colors and patterns, pick your favorite style, place your order and an envelope }o find out how much you've saved. You cnn gel one ol the thousands ol S5, S10, 550 reductions or you may even get your new suil absolutely free! Everyone a Canada "Trust This offer, and the contest rules, are available only at Canada Trust branches In Alberta. Lethbridge: 3rd Ave. at 7th St. S. Edmonton: 100th St. at 101 A Ave. Calgary: 8th Ave. S.W. at 2nd St. Market Mall, 3625 Shaganappi Trail Red Deer: 4928 Ross St. Medicine Hat: 3rd St at 5th Ave. S.E. contestant shall be entitled to no more than one hundred opportunities to win. Regularly Priced From English Scotch Woollen Co.Ltd. 12] fciW'.'fe. "We turn flie world's finest fabrics into Canada's finest custom made suits." Aik about our credit termi. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-8021 OPEN THURS. AND FRT. TILL 9 P.M. ;