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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 44-THE LETHBRIDOC HERALD Saturday, October 12, 1074 UNEF renewal may trigger debate Mrs. Ford goes home WASHINGTON (AP) -r- Naval Medical Centre Friday Waving her right arm and to go home after surgery to smiling, President Ford's remove a cancerous right wife. Betty, left Bethesda breast. UNITED NATIONS (CP) The mandate of the UN Emer- gency Force (UNEF) comes up for renewal in the Security Council within the next week or so and could trigger a full- scale debate on the 'lack of progress towards a Middle East peace settlement. Much will depend on what sort of success United States .State Secretary Henry Kissin- ger has in his current visit to the Middle East for talks with the heads of Egypt, Syria, Jor- dan and Israel. Kissinger's trip, which ap- pears to have been conveniently times to precede Security Council action on the mandate, is aimed at finding a format to regain the momen- tum towards eventual peace which Kissinger achieved last spring when he persuaded the Egyptians, Israelis and Syrians .'to pull their troops back from the battlelines. That momentum now has been lost and Kissinger is seeking some new formula, or agreement from the three warring states, for the next round of Arab-Israeli negotiations. If Kissinger returns with'a Policemen have right to break into home OTTAWA (CP) The Su- preme Court of Canada ruled Friday that police officers have the right to break into a home without search warrants as long as they iden- tify themselves and have reasonable grounds to believe a wanted man is inside. The ruling came in a deci- sion to dismiss with costs an appeal by John Kenneth Eccles, who sought damages for trespass alleged com- mitted by three Vancouver constables. The three policemen entered the Vancouver apart- ment of Mr. Eccles Aug. 12, 1971, in an attempt to nail "one Edmund Cheese, also known as Billy Deans, for whom there were-three out- standing Montreal war- rants." Cheese was not found in the apartment, and a B.C. trial judge said in an earlier judg- ment that the man was either ENGINEERED HOMES SALES REPRESENTATIVE APPOINTMENT "Mr. Keith Bickerton, Area Man- ager of Engineered Homes Ltd., Letnbridge is pleased to an- nounce the appointment of Mr. Jim Able as Sales Rep- resentative for Engineered Homes in Lethbridge and Area. Mr. Able enters the real estate field with much ex- perience" in dealing with the public through his 20 year successful association with Simpson Sears Ltd.. in Calgary. Burlington, Ontario and as Operating Superintendent- Assistant Manager in Lethbridge for the past 4 years. Mr. Able, his wife Audrey and their two children are looking forward to a new and exciting career that Jim has chosen. To all of his many friends and new acquaintances, please accept this invitation to consult Jim for all your future housing needs.____________________ not there or had escaped by climbing to the roof of the building from the apartment's balcony. In a unanimous judgment, 'the Supreme Court said that ,'''if a police officer has reasonable and probable cause to believe that the person named in the warrant for arrest is in the home of a stranger he has the right, after proper demand, to enter the home forcibly, to search and to arrest." Ex-judge fined CALGARY (CP) Harold William Riley, former Alberta Supreme Court justice, was fined a total of in provincial court on charges of failing to remain at scene of accident, impaired driving, driving with a suspended licence, and refus- ing to take a breath analysis test: Riley pleaded guilty to the charges during an unschedul- ed court appearance before Judge R. V. Read. He was originally scheduled to appear on the charges Oct. 18. The charges related to two traffic incidents in August and September. Court was told that on Aug. 20 a car in a park- ing lot was hit, and Riley, driving the other vehicle, fail- ed to remain at the scene of accident. On Sept. 6, police stopped a car that had been straddling two lanes and weaving back and forth. The driver of the car was Riley, who displayed signs of drunkenness and refused to take a breathalyzer test. Riley, who had three previous impaired driving convictions, faced two counts of driving while under suspen- sion. His driver's license has been suspended since March, 1973. Crown prosecutor Ed Adolphe said Riley told court he would be undergoing treat- ment for alcoholism. Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE and Centra CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605-3rd South reasonable measure of agree- ment and success, the Council may extend the mandate for a further six months with a min- imum of debate, apart from the customary verbal potshots which Arabs and Israelis hurl at one another each time Mid- dle East matters come before the Council. However, if Kissinger draws a blank, the Arabs, the Israelis and the Soviet Union can be expected to raise serious questions about the value of the Emergency Force and the companion UN Disengagement Observation Force. Should such a debate develop, the United States may try to find it off by appealing to the council members not to complicate Kissinger's already difficult mediation task and by pointing to the fact a Middle East debate is scheduled in the General Assembly in November. The mandate for the Emer- gency Force expires Oct. 24 and must be renewed if the formation is to continue to serve as a buffer .force between the Israeli and Egyp- tian armies in the Suez zone. The mandate for the Disengagement Observation Force, which performs a sim- ilar function on the raeli border, comes up for re- newal in November. As a prelude to Council ac- tion on the mandate, UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim will issue within a few days a report on the force's operations to date, including any recommen- dations he has to make to the' Council. ITS TIME FOR A CHANGE VOTE [FERENZ.AL A man who REALLY cares... Independent Candidate for City Council! timrtad by to gtoct Al family, anywhere. In your choice of color f i from warm white to razmataz red or blue! rt V Talk about talk about f fS Taik if over Witfr your family then tell us where your extra phone. 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