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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 13, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Former top U.S. diplomat dies WASHINGTON (AP) Dean Acheson, state secretary during the turbulent years just after the Second World War and ar- chitect of much of the United States cold war strategy, died Tuesday night. The 78 year old Acheson served as secretary of state under Harry S. Truman from 1949 to 1953. the years of the Ko- rean War, European reconstruc- tion, the adolescence of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion, the Japanese peace treaty and the beginning of the Mc- Carthy era. Acheson died at his Sandy Spring, MD. farm. The cause was undermined. Family members said Ache- son was found slumped over a desk in his study. He was pro- Tortured boy jailed man EDMONTON (CP) A man who tortured and threatened to "kill an 11-year-old boy who he believed had stolen from his home was sentenced yesterday to two years less a day in pris- on. Frederick George See, 44, re- ceived the prison term on the assault charge and was ordered to post a peace bond for one year on the charge of utter- ing threats. See pleaded guilty. Crown prosecutor Ernie Read told the court that in an effort to get the boy to tell him where the missing was, See threat- ened to kill the boy with a butch er knife. He forced the boy to get into a hot tub and then a cold tub of water, hit him over the head with the buckle end of a belt, singed his eyebrows with a cigarette lighter and hit him on the nose, Mr. Read said. Professor remanded EDMONTON (CP) Keith Latta, 43, a law professor from Kingston, Out., was remanded to Dec. 13 when he appeared in Alberta Supreme Court here on a charge of non-capital mur- der. Latta is accused of killing Ed- monton travel agent Bob Ne- ville. Neville was found shot to death in his downtown office June 13. Latta elected trial by judge and jury and was remanded in custody. nounced dead by the f a m i 1 y physician. Krienris said Acheson had a history of hypertension but had not been in ill health recently. After leaving the state depart- ment. Acheson served in an ad- visory capacity to the adminis- trations of presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. John- son. But he spent most of his time in a far-flung and lucrative Washington law practice. The Connecticut-born Acheson carried an. aristocratic manner that often alienated his foes, and even some friends. But he achieved great success in the government in a career that reached from a monetary-policy negotiator under Franklin D. Roosevelt to state secretary under Truman. "OUT OP HIS DEPTH" He most recently figured in the news last July when Life magazine printed excerpts of an interview with the BBC in which Acheson said John F. Kennedy was "out of his depth" in the presidency. In that interview Acheson said Kennedy "did not seem to me to be in any sense a great man." "I did not think he knew a great deal about any of the mat- ters which it's desirable that a chief of state or a president of the United States should knnw about. He was not decisive." 'Odor in Alberta proposed CALGARY (CP) The de partment of environment ha asked consulting firms for pro posals on "odor surveys" to b conducted in the Edmonton anc Calgary areas.. The surveys would determin the frequency, degree, natur and source of noticeable odor and would obtain the opinion of area residents about thi smells. Purpose of the study is to fa cilitate odor control. FORTIFIES ITSELF TORONTO (CP) Rochdali College has installed steel bar across hall-lobby windows on it 18 floors to prevent people from falling or being pushed through R. H. Milne, city building com missioner, reported recently The move complies with a coro ner's jury recommendation ii June after an inquest into thi death of a youth who crashec through a sixth-floor window during a fight and fell to thi street. popular V.-.M- M- length smoolh.e. a sWirl of curls od nape. curly casual style AM 4 onilv curled Untilf> 100% washable, p Tt Hair -cnes lona.De- Human dome. Limited colors 4 J mail ti Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. .W< T? V College; Shopping Moll 5025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEAN ACHESON Criticized Kennedy PLENTY OF TRAIL You can go for a hike along trails in Montana's Glacier National Park without using the same trails twice. Press law toned down ATHENS (Renter) Tile government published a press law Tuesday considerably ton- ing down original proposals which evoked strong opposition from journalists. The law, effective Nov. 1, reg- ulates the professional status ard conduct of both Greek and foreign journalists. fn its original form it directed that journalists take the inter- ests of Greece and of the Greek people as their guide, ft also stipulated that both Greek and foreign journalists should obtain loyalty certificates after a check on their records by secu- rity police. The law published in the offi- cial gazette today provides that journalists should report accur- ately and carefully and avoid news distorting. Foreign correspondents are to have the same obligations and rights as Greek journalists. Slowdown may hit air bookings JION'TIUCAL (UP) The ne- gotiator for Hie Canadian Air- 1 i n e s Employees association said Tuesday that the work-to- pcrfcction slowdown being staged by Air Canada ground employees may stop re-! perfection, which is in effect a servation service across the work-to-rule program, is the country if contract negotiations do not improve. M. B. WidKorson told a news conference that the work to dose .gary office C? first phase of the union's effort to make the Canadian public aware of the union's difficulties with the airline. He said slopping reservation services is one- of several plans being considered by be union. I He refused to elaborate, saying the union was hoping to solve the dispute through mediation. in the contract talks. The union has asked for a 15-per-ccnl in- crease and the airlines has of- fered the same amount spread over a contract. "T h e grievance procedure and clarification of conditions we already have and want to keep are the main Mr. Wigderson said. A legal strike cannot be called until seven days after the con- The work-to-perfeclion cam-1 cilialor files his report with the paign started last Thursday labor minister, after CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Social Credit League will cltse its Calgary office as an economy move, MLA Art Dixon said Tueseay. Mr. D i x o ii, senior Social Credit member for the city, said the office will close by the end of the week but some form of replacement will eventually be established. was basically a dcci- contract negotiations be- .ween the union and the airline I broke off. Labor Minister Bryce Macka- sion of the Social Credit sey appointed Roland Doucet as League, but the four Calgary members certainly want Cal- gary to have an office." Social Credit was tossed out conciliator in the dispute S'un- day. The two parties are to meet with Mr. Doucet today. The previous contract which EXCHANGE ENVOYS l.AGOS 'API Nigeria said Monday it would exchange am- bassadors with the Ivory Coast, Zambia and three African countries with which it severed diplomatic re- lations over the Kiafran war. covered Air Canada's 2.000 pas-; Nigeria broke relations with the of power Aug 30 after 36 years scrlEcr communications three countries when they rec- agents and switchboard opera-! ognized Col. Odumegwu Ojuk- of rule in an upset victory by expil.ed Scpt state of Biafra the Progressive Conservatives. I Wages are not a disputed item I in 19G8. HARVEST OF BRAND NAMES VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION CURJTY with disposable bottles Relieves over-dry skin, soothes, restores softness fast. 18 oz. CURITY DISPOSABLE NURSER KIT GILLETTE PLUS PLATINUM CHROMIUM BLADES Package of 5's WOOLCO PRICE FACELLE FACIAL TISSUE Package of ply tissues WOOLCO PRICE LISTERINE MOUTHWASH KOTEX FEMININE 1 NAPKINS SOFT DRI VITAMINS Bottle or 100. Chew- able fruit flavoured multiple vitamins. ANTI-PERSPIRANT DEODORANT 7-oz. plus 40 more. Regular or Unscented. STERISOL MOUTHWASH (MA-DAY Bottle of 100 Multiple vitamin tablets for the entire family. I'HNADE SPANSULE OR ORNADE LIQUID Cnoose package of 12's or 4-or. bottle Oral decongestant for colds, hay fever and sinusitis. won'rn t Cy3 SHOPWITH EASE IT PLEASE" Forfast relief from budget pains-Shop Woolco Pharmacy _ (the people who care for you) WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A DIVISION OF DOMINION CITRUS AND DRUGS LTD. Frco delivery on prescriptions Phono 328-8151 SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 13th to OCTOBER 16th PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Monday and ,0 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. lo Just soy "CHARGE IT ______ Because We're a Department Store... WE'VE GOT EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT Because We're YOUR SHOPPING COSTS YOU LESS! ;