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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta if THE LETHMIDGt HERALD Monday, Ottobtr 26, 1970 Monday, Octvbtr It, WO TNI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 TANKER BURNS IN CHANNEL-Tugs surround the burning oil fanker Pacific Glory Saturday off the Isle of Wight in ihe English Channel. The ship carrying tons of crude oil was involved in a collision Friday night with another tanker, the Allegro. Five sailors were killed in the accident with eight reported missing of the 42-rrian crew. Canada Slammed For China Action chairman of an a n t i -C h in a group called the Committee of One Million has condemned Canada's recognition of Com- munist China as "capitulation." Walter H. Judd, former mem- ber of Congress, issued a state- ment saying the Canadian deci- sion is an example of "why the Communists believe so firmly that by being intransigent they will get non-Communist nations to co-operate in strengthening Communist power and weaken- ing freedom." iTroop Pullout Spreads AMMAN (AP) High-rank- ing Jordanian army officers in- sisted today that Iraqi troops are being withdrawn from Jor- dan, but they said the pullout is being spread over several months. Told there were no signs of ray withdrawal at Mafraq, the Iraqi base 45 miles northeast of Amman, one senior officer said: "With something so politically they are not going to move troops in daylight for everyone to see." The senior officer who first reported the start of the Iraqi evacuation earlier this week added: "I stand by what I said. The Iraqis are leaving, and we have been told to prepare for Officers at the army head- quarters in northern Jordan said the withdrawal of the Iraqi troops would be stretched out over a period of months. Judd's statement quoted comment by Prime Minister Trudeau during the 1968 election campaign that Canada woulc not break off diplomatic rela- tions with the Nationalist Chinese in Formosa. "Despite Canadian denials, the Communists and mosl Asians will conclude that Tru- deau has reversed Judd said. He said he is certain the United States "will not adopt such short-sighted and self-de- feating diplomacy." The committee, successor to the once-powerful China lobby in the U.S., was formed in 1953. It opposes China's admission to the United Nations and attempts to mobilize U.S. opinion "against any appeasement of China." Its steering committee In- cludes such figures as senator Hugh Scott, Republican minor- ity leader in the Senate, and Representative Tom Morgan, a Democrat and chairman of the House foreign affairs commit- tee. INCREASE REPORTED MOOSE JAW, Sasfe. (CP) This was the only centre in Sas- katchewan and one of only three cities in Canada to show an in- crease in real estate production figures in the first six months of 1970. Sales to the end of June amounted1 to compared with in the same period last year. Plan Citation For Bush Pilot EDMONTON (CP) The Dominion of Canada citation for heroism is being recom- mended for bush pilot Michael Papirny of Peace River, who saved two men Aug. 1 in the Arctic. The recomendation is being prepared by friends of Mr. Papirny at Trophy Lodge, his home base, on Great Bear Lake, N.W.T. The incident ocured when Mr. Papirny and his mechanic David Smith flew a portable electric generator to an air- plane at Douglas Point, about 90 miles east of Great Bear Lake. Ronald Austin of Calgary and Mr. Smith were to return to the lodge in the one plane while Mr. Papirny was to take later. The first plane crashed on takeoff and it took Mr. Papirny more than an hour to manoeu- ver his plane to rescue the two men from the chilly Arctic waters. wiry a gentle laxative from the makcrofTumsl' It'scalled Nl because it's Nature's Remedy. The Turns people, as would expect, know a great deal about sensitive stomachs. That's why they make their laxative only with vegetable ingredients. So, NJ brings easy, effective, overnight relief, gentle action works while you sleep without disturbing your rest. There is no letdown, no uncomfortable after- feeling, Try Nature's Remedy, a gentle all-vegetable laxative. Regular or chocolate coated. tonight, tomorrow alright 42 Years in Business and Still the Largest Independent in the South NOBODY... but NOBODY Outsells or Undersells PARKERS JOHN PAULS RICHARD GORBICH Furniture, Appliance! Furniture, Appliances, ona' 'Porting Goods, APPLIANCES FIRST OF ITS KIND in Alberta To the best of our know- ledge there has never been a Sale of this calibre, qual- ity, or size held in Alberta. EVERY MEMBER OF OUR STAFF BELIEVES IN, AND IS DEVOTED TO HONESTY INTEGRITY SINCERITY AND PERSONALIZED SERVICE WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS THE STAFF AT PARKER'S CAN HELP YOU! PLAN TO ATTEND THIS EVENT EVERY ITEM MUST BE SOLD OUR PLEDGE First quality merchandise at the lowest possible price. One hun- dred per cent satisfaction or your money cheerfully refunded. OUR POLICY Our policy is to make every customer a satisfied customer. Our one purpose is to please those who place their confidence in ui. Our first aim is to sell these products at as low a price as possi- ble. If the service we give Is not all you think it should be, if the quality of the merchandise purchased does not meet your expecta- tions, we ask as a favor that you get in touch with us. We will see that you are satisfied. When you deal with us we will ensure your complete satisfaction. WE CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE A SINGLE DISSATISFIED CUSTOMER No, 1 and MOST IMPORTANT you the Public OVER S600 IN PRIZES FIRST OF ITS KIND in Alberta To the best of our know- ledge there has nvere been a Sale of this calibre, qual- ity, or size held in Alberta. We Will Never Undersold Full Factory Warranties Apply CLEARANCE SA1I! Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion OCTOBER 27th thru 31st STARTING TUESDAY A.M. INCLUDING Furniture Appliances Carpets Television Color and B W Stereo Sets Consumer Electronics Sporting Goods Camping Equipment Golfing Equipment Office Equipment PARKER'S OF SOUTHERN FANTASTIC DOOR PRIZES DRAWS TO BE AAADE PHILCO PORTABLE TV Thursday at p.m. G.E. DISHWASHER Friday at p.m. SEABREEZE STEREOPHONIC SET Saturday at p.m. You Must Be Present To Win Convenient Credit Terms Available The federal government wit honor Indian treaty rights, Jean Chretien, minister of In- dian affairs and northern de- velopment, said at Saskatoon. The government will fulfill its obligations in those areas JEAN CHRETIEN Honor Treaties where It has not fully respect- ed the treaties, be told the an- nual conference of the Federa- tion of Saskatchewan Indians. Land still owed to Indians was one example. The government was waiting for the results of a study on treaty rights being carried out by Indians themselves. The government was looking forward to meeting with the In- dians .once they were prepared to present their point of view. Although there would be dif- ferences, he hoped mat by con- sultation and dialogue a mu- tually agreeable solution could evolve. A West German merchant seaman who bared his back- side to Insult Soviet border guards has been sentenced by a Soviet court to six months' imprisonment for "malicious hooliganism." The sailor, Trie- del Bomnann, 22, lowered his trousers-while on the deck of his ship recently in the Arctic Sea port of Arkhangelsk. The spokesman said he was protest- ing a Soviet cholera quaran- tine, which prevented the crew from going ashore. A formal arrest order was Issued against a young Cana- dian woman at Rio De Janeiro, almost two months after her detention. Tanya Chao, 25, was detained Aug. 8 on suspicion of subversive activities, but it was only the other day that her name apneared in court records When a Rio military court offi- cially ordered the preventive ar- rest of the woman, the former Tanya Charters of Vancouver. Under Brazilian law, prison- ers can be kept in jail for up to 60 days without a court order. Since the toughening of the po- litical situation in Brazil in De- cember, 1968, the right of ha- beas corpus has been suspended for cases involving subversion. (the Actor) Sutton, one time nemesis to banks across the country, has pulled off another bank job and he says it was one of the toughest. Sutton has been hired by the New Britain Bank and Trust Co. to introduce on television com- mercial's the state's first Mas- ter Charge card with ths bear- er's photograph. The bank said that after a month of "careful negotiations" with Button's lawyer a contract was signed and a series of com- mercials was filmed in Miami Beach, where Sutton is putting the finishing touches on his au- tobiography. "It's not the easiest bank job I've Sutton said after the finning. Sutton was released from At- tica state prison near Buffalo, N.Y., last Christmas Eve after spending more than half his 66 years behind bars. The once dapper bank robber now stooped and wrinkled and suffering from poor circula- tion won his nickname The Actor by developing a reper- toire of disguises used in rob- beries including poses as a mail carrier, a policeman and a priest. Bar Music Is Harmful To Hearing TORONTO (CP) It's getting so bad you can't even hear yourself drink. And even if that doesn't matter, the ear-popping music in Toronto bars "must be at the 180-decibel and sounds above 80 decibels can cause hearing impairments, says William Sutherland. Mr. Sutherland, a North York alderman, told the borough's environmental control committee here that patrons dropping into Toronto's bars for a quiet drink are pestered by the loud music. The committee agreed to write the Musicians' Union asking whether it favors regulating the volume of music played In enclosed areas. Controller Irving Paisley also noted that "musicians who are continually ex- posed" to their own music may be doing more "harm to themselves than if they were on drugs." Thunder Bay Population Hits Mark THUNDER BAY (CP) In its first bead count in the Dew city, the local district as- sessment office reports the pop- ulation of Thunder Bay is 048. The count Is divided into four wards and shorn a good in- crease in Fort William, slight increases in both Port Arthur and Mclntyre, and a slight de- crease in Neebing. The four wards, formerly in- dependent, were amalgamated Jan. 1. Prince Ends Goodivill Tour BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) Prince Charles, on Ihe last stop of a good- will tour, appears to have won the approval of a large number of the inhabitants of Bar- 3ados. Official circles in Bridgetown lad been uneasy that the mnce's visit might cause pro- from political opposition eaders and even sports fans, who were believed angry be- cause he was chosen above a ocal cricket idol to inaugurate a new sports stadium. But when the prince dedicated he stadium Friday, more than dignitaries, townspeople and students roared their ap- >roval. He visited both houses if Parliament, and today was declared a public holiday in his icnor. ANNUAL MEETING of the LETHBRIDGE DIVISION of the CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY will be held MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd at p.m. SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th STREET 'C' NORTH DINNER WILL BE SERVED Tlckeli available at Ihe offiu-409 Canada Trust Bldfl., or at the door far a nominal charge of 1.00. Tho Public is cordially invited to attend. ;