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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, 14, 1970 THI LtTHUICGI HIKALD if Released After Six-Day Confinement Jail Detention Was Psychological Shock Say WMA Prisoners STANDARD GARAGE AUCTION SALE GRANUM, ALBERTA V- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 TRMSi CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE SALE STARTS A.M. Having bttn favortd with initructions from tht Mr. Frank (Moose) who it closing out his Busi- ntts, will offer for Public Auction the following items lubjwt to additions or deletions. Further Information may obtained by phoning Granum 236-3779. EQUIPMENT High1 pressure steam Jenny steam of cleaning soap; Curtis air compressor, complete with f 3 h.p. motor; tank controls and rail for hoist; mechanical press; air greaser; air transmission grease dispenser; 5 h.p. electric motor; double wheel grinder Alemite wheel balancer; live shafts and pulleys; h.p. elec-. trie drill; 14 h.p. electric drill; electric sander; brake bleeding bench vises; brake rivet machine; valve seat replace- ment of taps and dies; 18 in. crescent wrench; battery stand; ridge reamer; set of pipe threaders; assortment' of bits; assortment of tools; large electric clock; electric valyej stem replacer; 2 hydraulic 1 ton and 12 3 air' hoses; set of booster cables; gas stock; rubber tiredwheelbarrow... OFFICE National cosh register 2 glass show cases 2 Moore bill dispensers Cupboards and bins PARTS AND MISCELLANEOUS Quantity of Ford, Dodge; GMC parts; quantiy Briggs'- ond Slratton crankshaft, etc.; assortment of set screws; approximately 25-fr. hyd. hose and fitting's, Va in.; cabinet and quantity McQuay Norris aulo front end.parts; quantity of armatures; muffler clamps; brake hose; 'brass fit- tings; carb. parts and kits; asst. of brake linings; asst. Bendix drive springs, etc.; quantity brake shoes; radiator hose; heat- er hose; quantity of gaskets; V.F. 4 head; pulleys and hubs; fuol pumps; regulators; block heaters; thermostats; 25-gal. propane bottle; generator bearings; asst. of -bolts; clearance lamps, reflectors, etc.; asst. of small springs; .spark plugs; starting fluid; radiator sealer; engine lubes; water pumps; starter bendix drives; motor mounts; u-joints; throw-out bear- Ings; filters; quantity of V belts; 2 hay wire; 650-16 6- ply truck tire; 5 gals, lubri gas; shock absorber rubbers; .fire extinguishers; fluorescent lights and tubes; anti-freeze tester; gal. 2-4 D ester; cabinet and filters; several jars misc. small parts; many more items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Thar. Is a wide assortment of good late model parts for various makes of automobiles. operators, mechanics and farmers should make a point of attending this clnranu salt. SALE CONDUCTED BY Roy's Auction Service GRANUM-Phone 236-2102 AUCTIONEERS Cashier ROY FJORDBOTTIN JOYCE FJORDBOTTEN Lie. 010237 DON WALPER Clerk Lie 010259 ART FJORDBOTTEN MONTREAL (CP) Three men who spent six days in jail without any outside contact unto the terras of the War Measures Act say they were not ill-treated or abused by police although their detention was a psychological shock. Dr. Henri Belkmare, chief Internist at Sacred Heart Hos- pital, Jean. Roy, a printer, and Ronald Labelle, a photogra- pher, were arrested Oct. 16 only a few hours after the Act came jnto force. They were released Thurs- day without being charged and said they were, only ques- tioned briefly during their .stay in jail. Dr. Bellemare and Mr. Roy are aldermanic candidates for the Front' d'Actfon PoHtique (FRAP) in Sunday's Montreal .election. Mr; Labelle, who had photo- graphed French-Canadians at a'Palestinian guerilla training camp last. June, said: "The police thought that be- cause the big .German, maga- zine Stern had asked'me to on the: Quebec. Situa- tion, I should: have precious contacts." NO BAIL ALLOWED Dr. Bellernare and Mr. Roy said those detained1 under the emergency measures should :be allowed to phone their fam- ilies and receive visits "if only to get some money to buy cigarettes." Those arrested under the act can be held without charge, bail or outside 'contact for up to 21 days.- Dr. Belleinare said he, his wife and four of his five young daughters were awak- ened by the doorbell at 5 a.m. Friday. "I asked over the intercom who was at the door and there was no answer. I asked a sec- ond time and they said 'the police.' "When I opened the door, they told me I was under ar- rest. I asked if they had a warrant, but. they, didn't bother answering.. "Apart from that, however, 426 13th Stret North Phone 3284536 Presents The Bishop Method of Sewing Construction The Bishop Method speeds up completion of a garment. It's main purpose is to ,use a specific approach to sewing, teaching proper management of time, skill of sewing, drfd manipulation of fabrics. Whether you sew or would like to learn in order to dress fashionably, your life will be enriched when you learn to sew using the Bishop Method. Meet Mrs. M. E. MiUer Miller Is a graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Clothing and Design, and has had over eighteen years of teaching experience. In addition, Mrs. Miller has taken many advance courses in the Bishop Method of Clothing Construction, she is the only Canadian to hold membership in the Bishop Council. Mrs. Miller has just returned from Tacoma, Washington where she was assistant to the nationally known expert In the Bishop Method. REGISTER NOW! 6 TWO-HOUR SESSIONS, ONE DAY A WEEK ONLY CLASSES BEGIN NOV. 2 AT BAKER'S FABRICS LETHBRIDGE ALL INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN ON THE FABULOUS BERNINA SEWING MACHINES Basic 6 lessons Intermediate 6 Lesions S20 Tuesday Creative Stretch 5 Lessons S15 2nd p.m. 3rd a.m. p.m. 4th a.m. THIS FORM AND COMPLETE MAIL OR DROP OFF AT BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE LETHBRIDGE NAME FEES PAYABLE ON OR BEFORE FIRST STRETCH KNIT PATTERNS FOR CREATIVE KNITS AVAILABLE AT BAKER'S FABRIC they nice. They took great care not to frighten the children and not to wake up the youngest one, who was asleep." Dr. Bellemare said that ex- cept for the kitchen, his house was searched "rather care- lessly." Police looked through the yellow pages of the telephone book and seized some papers, books and his typewriter. Medical (Uss and. a personal phone list were ignored. "Then they asked me to fol- low them to the station. Once there, I was sent to a wait- ing-room where there were about 4rj persons. We waited there for several hours with: out breakfast. Hudson's Bay Oil Shows Dip In Net Earnings CCP) Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas Co. Ltd., re- ports a slight decrease in net earnings for the nine months ended Sept. 30. Earnings were or 65 cents a share compared with or 66 cents a share in the same period last year. .The company, attributed the drop to the adoption of a new tax system retroactive to other periods. Third-quarter production of crude oil and natural gas liq- uids was up 7.5 per cent, nat- ural gas sales increased 16 per cent .and sulphur production was up 20.2 per cent, the com- pany said in a statement. The statement said Continen- tal Oil Co. has announced it will invite tenders of Continen- tal common stock for up to two million shares of its holdings in Hudson's Bay Oil common. The exchange would reduce its own- ership of Hudson's Bay Oil common to 54.9 per cent from 65.8. "Sometime In the afternoon, I was called into another room where I was told to strip so that I could be weighed, measured, photographed, fin- gerprinted, etc. Then they questioned me briefly. "They wanted to know the color of my eyes, the color of my car, the age of my wife, whether I had anything to do with the kidnappings and whether I was a member of the FLQ. After that I was led to a cell where I remained pretty well until my release at 3 a.m. yesterday." Dr. Bellemare added: "Those with a bit of money could send for cigarettes and other luxuries. The others bad to do without them." Unlike ordinary prijonera, those arrested under the emergency act were not enti- tled to radio and television and had only three half-hour Ure To Contest New Riding INNISFATL (CP) William Ure, 56, a Delburne farmer and member of the legislative as- sembly, was chosen to contest the new riding of Innisfail for the Social Credit party. Mr., Ure has been the mem- ber for Red Deer for 11 years. The Innisfail riding was cre- ated under redistribution. recreation periods, he said. Ordinary prisoners get six hours of recreation daily. "We were fed m u r (recorded he said, "and had no news of the out- side world. On Sunday, we could see through the cell win- dows that the flags were float- ing at half mast on public buildings. So we knew that someone was dead, but we didn't know who." Mr. Roy said he went on a hunger strike, as did three or four others, to protest his im- prisonment. Mr. Labelle told a similar story of his imprisonment. Po- lice seized several of Mr. La- belle's films, including the one taken at the Palestine guer- rilla camp. Department Authorizes Reservoir OTTAWA (CP) The con- sumer affairs department in checking oil company adverliK- ments containing claims about the anti-pollution properties of lead-free gasoline, a department spokesman said Friday. He said the examination by the department's combines in- vestigation branch is being made as a result of a contro- versy in the United States over claims that certain gasolines re- duce air pollution. Canadian legislation preHMts companies from making scien- tific claims on behalf of their products unless authentic test- ing has been done, the spokes- man said. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY? Plan to visit these two Quality Homes Located in College Grove See the OPEN HOUSE SIGNS at 2318-22nd St. S. and 2317-23rd Avenue S. OPEN SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. 2318 22nd Street South 22 months of oge Total of 5 Bedrooms lovely carpeting Custom built-in! Corport. low interest 2317 23rd Avenue South 4 bedroom tpllt entry let carport acorn plau lorgi room! 1 furnacH. THINK TRADE, CASH or TERMS HAY AGENCIES LTD. COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-7077 327-7975 CrOSSWOrd by Ben SOME COMMON PHBASES ACROSS I Sharp. River to fthont. 11 Gomlowly, Itlrki. 21 Girl of K French city. ll i admired: 2wdi. tS Daydrum- Ing. 29 Charm, SO Young, malo fchcep: Brit. dial.. St Mttturolo. glrt'i gear. 32 Living abbr. 33 Not work, ing: ibbr. 34ldloti. 36 Improvfc 38 Halt. 40 Perton off his nut. 43 Farm aound. 44 Sculptured var. 44 MliguldatlCt of fort. KTore. 67 Active 58 Vive 59 60 Pile. 61 Common Latin phraie. 62 Chaffs of wheat. M Mouth: comb. fofm. M Small pooch. 65 Come home, fifi Armed 67 Like x roio buih. (8 Direction. 69 Bit- equipment. 70 Strains. 71 Pressure. 72 Go on a 73 Chips. 74 Farm gear. TSTongurlHll. 77 Fouls. 78 Look earnestly. 80 Government inil. 83 84 .Drugstore purchase. 85 Wager. B6 Entreaty. 87 Merita. SS Sheet metal. 89 Relative SO Flash. Kllly equipment. A2 Corroded. 93 Sober. 94 Sluggish. 95 Support oneself. Sphere. 101 Diminutive pi. DOWN 1 Sometimes dying thing. 5 Scare. 3 Breakfast fare. 4 Haste In Berlin. B Art style. 6 Itinerary Item. 7 Loving sounds. 8 Night club performer. 9 Interprets. 10 Being: Lati 11 Twofold: >bbr. 12 Peewee 13 Felony. 14 Proverbial place for one's nose. 15 Grit. jongj. 17 Social disparities 18 Accomplish, ments. 20 Ocean liners: ibbr. 36 Persian. 27 Trample underfoot. 23 Tent. 35 Combine. 37 Parts of street actne. 19 Priestly gsrmentj 41 Portly. 42 Automotive) pioneer. 43 Egyptian goddess. 45 Correlative to that. 46 Catches. 47 Harnesi parts. 48 Fogies. 49 Knowing looks. EO Irish Gaelic, 51 Armenian writer. 52 Hippy term. 53 Mashles. 64 John and Paul. 55 rights. 63 Romp. 65 66 Jades. 67 Supply. 69 Nudges. 70 Last placfl finisher. 102 Seize. 102 Garment: var. 106 Kind of rocket. 108 Late show hero. 111 Mineral 115 Stop on 117 Relating to number. 119 Repeats. 122Maka in all- out effort. 126 Sharp aound. 127 Hides. 128 Like walls. 129 Warn. 130 Tickles: it. 131 Key. 132 Man'i nickname. 133 Mexican money. 71 Extortion. 72 Plcturo of a sort. 73 Liquified. 75 Thicket. 76 Ghostly. 77 Lariat. 78 Bargain: si. 79 Understood. 81 Stone (prehistoric Butterfly. S3 Lecturn. Act th> magician.' 85 86 Schemes, 88 Foot: pref, USN brass: abbr. 10 Kind of club. St College 99 Salute, degree: Intt. 103 Boat 97 Bewitch. 104 Roman 98 Kind of rooms. pigeon. 106 Enamel. 107 Heraldia color, 108 Stick. 109 (pleading) Diagramless 19 x 19, by Pan! C. Downing, Jr. ACROSS 1 Rules out. 6 French preposition. C Damage flreatly. 9Wtb. !0 Mature. 11 Choir member. 14 Pekoe. 20 Rip. 21 Shade tree. 22 River duck. J3 Rim. 14 Lltohi, e.g. 25 Common French verb. 28 Yukon vehicles. 28 Magna 3} Infatuation goddess. 34 Egg size. 36 War god. 39 Nautical response. 41 Existence. Chemical compound. 43 Opposite ol Iv. 45 Garden flower. 47 Weather word. 49 Persian prince. 53 Rotating part. Indians. 58 Commodity, 59 Paris pal. 60 Femur. 61 Rent. 63 Decay. G4 Transmit. 65 Half a score. 66 Mitigate. 69 Summer In Nice. 70 Sweetsop. 71 Fender flaw. DOWN 1 Chlroptera. 2 Salutation. 3 Tel I. 4 Climbed. C Certain degrees. 7 Marble. 8 Snare again. 12 Children'! game. 13 Pay dirt: pi. 14 Dogma. 15 Sidestep. 16 Totals: abbr. 18 Sticky substance. 19 Fish sauce. 27 Spanish article. 29 Cry of dismay. 30 Beams. 31 Eucalyptus. 32 Oriental potentate. 35 Hurricani center. 36 Dog of fiction. 37Nothlnu: Ft. 38 Sins. 40 Sixth sense: 44 Bill word, abbr. 46 Basin boat. 11 Before. 47 Cicatrix, 43 Texas thrlne. 48 Vats. 60 West. 5fi Group of 51 Angry. nine. 62 Ad just again. 67 Serious. 65 Digit 62 Direction. CRYPTOGRAMS 67 Washington VIP: abbr. 68 Superlative 1.ZUEPS LUCK SPXEGRP OSEBAC TIKA HBCT-Eft-I-BDCK PICKT ECS EQ TUTMZA MIUXT UC OTJR MEBAX KITA. SOLUTIONS OF UST TOEK'S JTBZI.ES Ir.lrlnlPl WB UBU OtJH liiUK) 2. CREAMY DVWDTUR AMKDY HXKXDXCKY XGDTW GRUY RDXKKXTJ TTYHXEU. B; Henry Gelnrt GIGlDlCJn BOOGIE! nEUBfi S.THGCOP TOCSN TOFSNNHAG ICEGGOP AGO CETHITSCHIC. Nathan W. Hum tasl Week's Cryptograms 1. Bnny mother of many talenls drifts nchool hns full of lively children. 2. Unruly yonngalera inner young school leacher. S. Tol's poiiei for folo, c Field Enlerpriiei, 1970 ;