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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta It THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-- Tuesday, October 15, 1W4 Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Results of Old Country soccer games played Satur- day: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Queen's PR 2 Burnley 2 Man City 1 Chelsea 1 Tottenham 1 Coventry 1 West Ham 1 Derby 1 Leicester 0 Ipswich 0 Leeds 0 Liverpool 2 Middlesbrough 0 Luton 1 Birmingham 3 Newcastle 2 Stoke 2 Sheffield U 2 Everton 2 Wolverhampton 2 Carlisle 0 Division II Aston Villa 1 Blackpool 0 Bristol C i Sunderland 1 Cardiff 0 West Brom 2 Hull 2 Boltoc 0 Man United 1 Notts C 0 Millwall 4 Southampton 0 Notts F 1 Norwich 3 Orient 3 Oldham 1 Oxford 1 Sheffield W 0 Portsmouth 0 Fulham 0 York 3 Bristol R 0 Division III Bournemouth 4 Crystal P 0 Bury 2 Charlton Chesterfield 1 Blackburn 2 GiUingham 2 Hereford 3 Halifax 0 Swindon 0 Huddersfield 1 Brighton 0 Peterborough 1 Watford 0 Port Vale 2 Plymouth 0 Preston 0 Colchester 2 Wrexham 2 Grimsby 3 Division IV Bradford 2 Doncaster 0 Brentford 1 Lincoln 1 Crewe 1 Newport 2 Darlington 0 Barnsley 0 Exeter 1 Swansea 2 Hartlepoole 0 Torquay 0 Reading 1 Shrewsbury 2 Rochdale 1 Rotherham 2 Scuntoorpe 2 Cambridge Q Workington 1 Mansfield 3 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DivlslMl Aberdeen 3 Ayr 0 Airdrie 0 Clyde 3 Celtic 1 Arbroath 0 Dundee U 5 Hearts 0 Dunfermline 1 Rangers 6 Hibernian 6 Molberwell 2 Kilmamock 1 Dundee 1 Morton 1 St. Johnstons 1 Partick 2 Dumbarton 1 Alloa 0 Cowdenbeatb 0 Berwick 2 Albion 0 Brechin 0 Meadowbank 1 Clydebank 1 Montrose 1 Falkirk 1 Queen of S 2 Forfar 0 Stenhousemuir 3 Hamilton 3 E Stirling 4 Raith 2 Queen's Pk 2 St Mirren 0 E Fife 3 Stranraer 1 Stirling 2 WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP TOP and PANT spectacular! Here's value! Check their winning style, performance and easy-care ways at big sale prices! TOPS Lorfg sleeve, 100% a'crylic, tailored shirts. Prints and plains in assorted 6.00 Pull on 100% double knit acrylic pants... in the latest fashion colours... balck, grey, brown, green, burgundy and rust. SfelMt g HURRY IN EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! MORE THAN STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER 328-7011 Me-4th Aw. South MMM GET INTO SOMETHING EXCITING Tweed plain polyester Polyester long sleeve Turtle-neck SHIFTS.. ?1Qs8 Long sleeve, polyester cotton THURSDAY FRIDAY B SATURDAY francines At both COLLEGE MALL theCENTRE VILLAGE MALL Jury selection method overturned in court Oil reserves report soon LOS ANGELES (AP) A judge has ruled that the poor are unconstitutionally denied the right to a trial by a jury of their peers when jurors are selected exclusively from registered voter lists. Court officials here said they believe it was one of the first court decisions in the United States to strike down jury selection from voting registration lists, on the basis the system tends to under- represent the poor. Superior Court Judge Sher- man Smith's ruling Friday af- fects only the case of three de- fendants scheduled for trial for allegedly assaulting policemen with deadly weapons. Smith ordered County Jury Commissioner William Goodwin to draw up for jury selection "a panel of jurors which truly represents a fair cross-section of the com- munity, including the poor." j The judge did not specify ex- actly how the selection should be made, but he suggests that in addition to registered voters the authorities might use lists of licensed drivers, unemployment rolls; welfare recipients and utility users. The judge held that blacks, the Spanish-speaking and the young were particularly being discriminated against. The ruling came on a chal- lenge to the current method of jury selection by defence law- yer Carol Smith and Beth Liv- esay on behalf of three poor young blacks charged.with as- saulting policemen with dead- ly weapons. OTTAWA (CP) A National Energy Board report on domestic oil reserves will be available before the end of the month, Energy Minister Donald Macdonald said in the Commons Tuesday: The report is based on evi- dence'received during three weeks of hearings board in the West last spring. Mr. Macdonald said he is re- luctant to comment on the amount of reserves until that report is completed. RANKS lffTH Alabama ranks 16th among the states in the number of beef cows and 20 in total cattle. Canadians get better newsprint price deal TORONTO (CP) Sig- nificantly smaller price in- creases for Canadian customers than for United States customers nave been announced by Abitibi Paper Co. Ltd. of Toronto, and Consolidated-Bathurst Ltd., Montreal, the two major newsprint suppliers to Eastern Canada. The two companies followed the lead of Price Co. Ltd. of Quebec City, and will raise the price of 30-pound newsprint by almost 11 per cent to a ton Jan. 1 for U.S. customers. But the two companies de- cided to raise the Canadian price only 8.7 per cent to a ton, unlike Price which announced the same increase for both Canadian and U.S. customers. This will widen the differ- ential between the Canadian and U.S. price to from a ton. C. H. Rosier, president of said the decision was made because 'Canadian freight rates on shipments are less than rates on U.S. shipments. In no way does the move in- dicate a softening newsprint market in Canada. "We are fully sold out and even a little he added. INCLUDES DELIVERY Quoted newsprint prices in- clude customer delivery costs. Mr. Rosier said that until the new price comes into effect, the company is earning a greater net return on Cana- dian sales than on U.S. sales. Oddities In the news LOS ANGELES (AP) In his first try for public office, Bob Opel has pledged com- plete public disclosure as a candidate for president of his recently organized Nude Lib party. "I've got nothing to hide and I want to give everyone a chance to look over my quali- he announced dur- ing his first news conference, at which he appeared in the nude. Millions of television view- ers saw Opel, 34, streak at last April's Academy Awards show. READING, England (Reu- ter) Police and health offi- cials alerted residents in this town west of London after a deadly scorpion was found in a laundry. The scorpion, of the venom- ous yellow type whose sting can be fatal, was found in a drum used for storing dirty washing. It was killed by a laundry worker. Local health officials sent supplies of anti-poison serum from London in case any fur- ther scorpions were found. Police appealed to people recently returned from abroad to, contact them. set-out on the curbs by resi- dents. But the-drivers also picked up bundles of more than copies of the Passaic Herald News that had been left on the sidewalks for paper boys to deliver to home subscribers. RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Newspaper recycling will never be popular here if peo- ple don't get to read their new- spapers first Municipal trucks set out Wednesday on the first day of the new program and carted off bundles of old newspapers SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. vfliw Harold Fox Harold has solved .several "old fashioned" problems in the past solved those problems by producing by either listing or selling, by either accumulating savings or making investments and the results are happy no one was left out in the cold! To solve your real estate prob- lems call Harold or his profes- sional team mates at the Action Agency 329-3331 You get "old results. COLLEGE MALL OLD FASHKNED SPECIALS! M ctahi StMq. OcMir 19 TABLETS Bfl 0148 AWES OHLT PLEASE BATHROOM TISSUE 2WHptc9S...................... PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE