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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, 1970 THE LITHMIOOt HMALD tl Legislator Assassinated MANILA forces moved into Docos Sur province Monday to ward off further bloodshed and search for the men who assassinated Congressman Floro Crisologo. The veteran legislator, de- as the political kingpin of the northern Luzon province, wu shot to death Sunday in the capital dty of Vigan while at- tending mass. nocos Sur is noted for Hs po- litical turbulence. Several men were slain there in political feuding during Crisologo's 1969 re-election campaign. No arrests were reported as army troops, national police and government investigators hunted for two men who shot Crisologo just after he had risen from a church bench to ap- proach the altar to take com- munion. Israel Again Accuses Egypt TEL AVTV (Reuter) Israel again accused Egypt of "grave violations" of the Middle East ceasefire and of advancing new SAM-2 and SAM-3 missile bat- teries towards the Suez canal, an army spokesman said Mon- day. In Israel's 23rd complaint of Egyptian violation of the cease- fire, the spokesman accused Egypt of continuing construc- tion and preparatory work on missile sites in an area from the Suez canal to 20 miles west of it. He said information gathered Sunday by tlin Israel armj showed additional operationa missile batteries also were ad vanced eastward towards the waterway. Cholera Toll Rises In Turkey ISTANBUL (Reuter) Offi- cial figures -said today 30 per- ms died in a cholera outbreak which has hit Istanbul during the last week, but press reports put the death toll as high as 150. A total of 936 persons are known to be in hospital. During the weekend, long iines of people waited outside clinics and dispensaries for free inoculations. Bulgaria and Yugoslavia today followed Greece in closing their frontiers to travellers fron Turkey unless they possess nei vaccination certificates at leas five days old. Italians Kicked Out Of Country TRIPOLI (AP) Prime Min- ister Muammar Mohammed Ka- dafi of Libya told a cheering throng Sunday that all but 27 of the country's once prosperous Kalians have departed in ac- cordance with his expulsion order in July. He said the 27 were being detained for unspeci- fied reasous. Kadafi said Italians had left Libya since the order and several thousand others had de- parted voluntarily in the month following the coup Sept. that ousted King Idris. He said that in addition t personal property, they left be- hind million in bank ac counts. Kadafi said the Italians who numbered nearly i Libya before the Second Worl War and afterwards "had gained a stranglehold o Libya's economy and agricii ture" Saddle Branded Work Of Art CALGARY (CP) A hand- carved, made-to-order saddle is a work of art. Chuck Stormes, a master craftsman in the saddle trade, learned the art eight years ago from John Foss, the most famous saddle-maker in the Calgary district. Each of his highly carved, decorative saddles, involving hours of tracing, cutting and carving, displays an original pattern. Most agree Mr. Stormes' sad-.