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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 23, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 21 Boy thanks doctor for arm repair TORONTO (CP) - A 12-year-old Oshawa, Ont., boy whose right arm was almost torn off in a laundromat accident last month used it here to squeeze the hand of his physiotherapist. Nasim Shaikh was injured Sept. 15 when he went to a laundromat alone, opened the door of a dryer "a little bit" and shoved in his hand. A finger caught in one of the holes of the whirling drum, which "pulled my hand way back." Nasim screamed and a man nearby ran over and stopped the machine by pulling the door wide, open, but the boy's arm was only hanging on by the skin and some nerves. After emergency treatment at Oshawa the boy was taken to Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children the same night. An operation to save the arm was performed by Dr. Mercer Rang of the hospital's orthopedic staff. The boy will soon have the cast taken off the arm and will return to bis parents. Circulation has been restored to the arm and he is progressing very well, hospital officials said. "It was a very tricky job," said a hospital official, because only a few inches of skin and nerve held the arm together above the elbow. RATE INCREASES Juvenile delinquency in Rhodesia increased from 1,290 cases in 1969 to 1,646 in 1970, a report to Parliament said. GRAVEL SALE! We are overstocked on Vi inch washed gravel. This gravel Is excellent for roads, parking areas, driveways, etc. Reg. Price $3.05 cu. yd. SALE PRICE $1.95 V | CU. YD. TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 The police have decided that an 83-year-old grandmother had nothing to do with those six suitcases of smuggled arms aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2. "Me?" said Catherine Walsh of Cork, an Irish-American widow. "I hardly know anything CATHERINE WALSH ... innocent grannie about the IRA. But it's a long time since I received so much attention." The machine-guns, pistols, grenades and bullets were discovered when the luxury liner docked from New York. The police assume the arms were destined for the outlawed Irish Republican Army. Mrs. Walsh was a passenger on the ship. Her luggage was identical to the six suitcases filled with arms, and the latter were stamped with G. Walsh. The police questioned the old lady Wednesday and decided the smugglers may have tried to use her as a cover. "What could have been more innocent than a granndt's bag' gage?" a police spokesman said.    Guess who voted for the first time in Canada this week? Kathleen Davis, wife of Ontario Premier William Davis, that's who. Mrs. Davis was Ineligible to vote in the 1967 Ontario election because she had not filled out Let Royal Trust give you a guaranteed income. Jlliilllliilliiilllllill:^ ^iiS^ Guaranteed annually on 5 year deposits Member, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Royal Trust If 740 4th Ave. South. Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 the necessary application forms making her a Canadian citizen. They were married in 1963 when Mrs. Davis was still a United States citizen. She is a native of California. However, she now is a Canadian citizen. Mcl Ferrer, 54, has left a London clinic "completely recovered" after collapsing from exhaustion last week, a spokesman for the. movie producer said. Ferrer, former husband of actress Audrey Hepburn, will resume work on his new film, Embassy. * *  Former U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson says in his memoirs that during his first year in the White House there was no general agreement among his advisers to bomb North Vietnam. "Whenever the subject came up, one or another of them usually mentioned the risk of giving Communist China an excuse for massive intervention in Vietnam," Johnson wrote in the fourth instalment of his memoirs being printed in the New York Times. The secret Pentagon study of the Vietnam war, printed last June by The Times and other newspapers, said the Johnson administration had reached a "general consensus" for bombing North Vietnam in September, 1964 - less than 10 months after Johnson became president, and two months before the presidential election. Environment Minister Jack Davis recently added to his reputation as a loner when, without consulting his cabinet colleagues, he made a pronouncement on the necessity of Eddy's paper plant moving out of neighboring Hull, Que., to cut air pollution in the capital. He suddenly found that the ministers from Quebec, includL ig Prime Minister Trudeau, are far more interested in seeing that Eddy's 4,200 jobs are preserved. Mr. Davis is reported to have received a lecture from Mr. Trudeau and orders to keep quiet in public about Eddy's, no matter how much smoke comes out of its chimneys. * *  Tina Livanos, former wife of Aristotle Onassis, was married in Paris to Stavros Niarchos, once her brother-in-law. Tina, about 41, is the Greek-born daughter of the late Stavros Livanos, Greek ship owner. She has two children by Onassis, now the husband of the former Jacqueline Kennedy. Her divorce from the Marquis of Blandford was declared final May 26. * * * Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has acquired a millionaire - at an auction. Miss Gabor made the winning and only bid of $1,000 at a charity auction in Hollywood for Texas millionaire Louis Dorfman, 33, a bachelor. Catalogue of the auction managed by Sotheby, Parke-Bennet said: * "Item 96. Texas millionaire. . . . Highest bidder receives one week at his ranch. All expenses paid - and the millionaire." OH riches main resource Kuwait still dusty, noisy country NOBEL WINNER - Pablo Neruda, Chilean poet, diplomat and strong Marxist, won j the 1971 Nobel Prize for Lit-eratwe. Election legal SAIGON (AP) - South Vietnam's Supreme Court ruled Friday that President Nguyen Van Thieu's unopposed re-election Oct. 3 was legal. The decision cleared the way for the inauguration of Thieu Oct. 31 for a second four-year term. The court's decision was issued without amplification. By IBRAHIM NOORI BEIRUT (Reuter) - Oil riches have lifted Kuwait in less than three decades to an ultramodern state in many ways, but it is still generally a dusty and noisy country and the fuel may be a mixed blessing. Its air and coastal waters are polluted and a population explosion is compounding human environmental problems created by rapid development and industrialization. This picture, common to many developing countries, emerged from a report on the gulf state submitted by Kuwait to a five-day regional seminar held by the United Nations Economic and Social Office in Beirut. The seminar, also attended by Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen and the Yemen Arab Republic, -was the fourth in a regional series. They are designed to prepare governments for a UN conference on human environment to be held in Stockholm, next June. The previous seminars were held in Thailand, Mexico and Canada work together OTTAWA (CP) - Canada and Mexico have agreed to work towards lessening restrictions and commercial, cultural and other relations between them, it was announced Friday. A communique following two days of ministerial talks also expressed a joint hope or "earliest possible removal" of the 10-per-cent extra U.S. import duty imposed Aug. 15 by President Nixon as part of Ms new economic policy. Emilio O. Rabasa, Mexican foreign affairs minister, Carlos Torres Manzo, Mexcian minister of industry and commerce, and a phalanx of their officials conferred with External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin and their Canadian advisers. They decided to set up a working group of officials to examine Mexican-Canadian trade problems, including trading standards for goods and transport problems. They also will exchange information on trade opportunities and try to standardize the interpretation of trade statistics. MEN NEEDED In this area to train as LIVESTOCK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP M (ale bame, feed lei* and ranchea. We prater to train men 21 to 65 with livestock experience. For local Interview, write age, phone, address and background NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING Box 715, Dept. AB-4 Denver, Colorado 80201 o STOCK SELECTION GUIDE Our Stock Selection Guide and Market Comment, this month featuring Financial Collection Agencies Is now available. Name Address Complete and return to: Gairaner S Company Limited One Calgary Place, Calgary or Telephone 263-7930 Mexico and Ethiopia. The Kuwait report revealed that the dumping of waste has killed small fish and forced bigger species and shrimps away from the state's coast. On an average of once a week from March to September, dust and sand storms from neighboring Iraq and Saudi Arabia sweep over hot and humid Kuwait. Early in the morning and in the evening people can smell the odor of waste gas, fume and smoke from oil installations, factories and vehicles, the report said. Because of the influx of thousands of people from other Arab countries to booming Kuwait, its population has increased from 75,000 in 1950 to 733,196 in 1969. The report says 95 per cent of the state's inhabitants are non-Kuwaitis. With an area of about 6,000 square miles, Kuwait's population is expected to reach 2.4 million in th next two decades. Food is plentiful and the basic standard of health and educational facilities high. But Kuwait also has its slum areas, the report said, inhabited by some 114,000 people. Kuwait has signed an agreement with the International Labor Organization and the World Health Organization for a two-year project to study and recommend ways of solving the country's environmental problems. The government has allocated $253,000 towards the project, which also envisages the train* ing of more Kuwaitis to deal with the problems. INCREASED EXPORTS Canadian exports to France Increased to $157 million in 1970, from $84 million in 1968. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Truck* Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Ironl COPPER - BRASS - RADIATORS - BATTERIES - CAST IRON etc.- Truck Loads - Carloads Truck Scales - Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" Vance Kenneth Travlt RESOURCES LIMITED (TBR) Which trades on the Calgary Stock Exchange (formerly as Liberty Resources Limited) is pleased to announce these new developments:  Vance Kenneth Travis, a well-known, financially independent and successful Calgary business man, has been appointed chairman of the board of directors.  The change of name from Liberty to TURBO was made to identify with TURBO'S trading operations and products, and a bold new 'TODAY" image.  Success has marked TURBO'S first venture tn tha search for oil. Turbo's 25% interest in the Lariat et al Antelope 11-35-15-18W3M initial well in their Antelope Lake project in Southwest Saskatchewan struck a calculated flow rate of 440 barrels a day. Additional wells are scheduled. TURBO RESOURCES LIMITED subsidiary companies include: Turbo Refineries of Edmonton, C. C. Snowdon Ltd,, Turbo Chemicals Ltd., Stop-N-Save Petroleums and Pay-N-Save Petroleums Ltd., Parkland Oil Products Ltd. and Freeway Transport Ltd. of Red Deer., Velvet Oil Company. Make this the year you finally get to see Canada-your own country. You've been places and seen things, but have you seen the snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies? Or the Lakehead or the picturesque farms of Ontario or the golden wheatfields of the Prairies? Have you felt the sharp salt tang and soft welcome of the Maritimes? This year, see and feel it all from The Canadian and The Atlantic Limited. The Canadian has Scenic Domes with wrap-around windows. And, like The Atlantic Limited, it has good food, music and lounges and a wide choice of accommodation The best holidays of all are right here in Canada, from sea to shining sea The Canadian has daily service each way between Montreal/Toronto and Vancouver. The Atlantic Limited, daily between Montreal and Saint John, N.B. Call your Travel Agent or any CP Rail office, Qp m3 Rail ;