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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 THE IFTHBRIDGE HEIALD Tunday, October 1971 Three accused of plotting LONDON (Reuler) Three men charged with breaching Britain's Official Secrets Act were accused today of conspir- ing with Oleg Lyalin, a former Soviet secret police official who defected to Britain. Lyalin end two other Russian ngents who have since left Brit- ain were named during prelimi- nary hearings against a Malay- sian-born civil servant and two Greek-Cypriots. The Malaysian. Sirioj Husein Abdoorcnder. w a s originally charged with obtaining at Ports- mouth, site of Britain's biggest naval base, an article which might be useful to an enemy. Further charges were brought against him today. One was that he conspired with Lyalin and another Russian between Jan. 1, 1967, and Sept. 17, 1971 to ob- tain information which might be useful to an enemy. The Greek-Cypriots were Kyr- iacus Costi, 29, and Constantinos Marinou, 26, both tailors in London. They were accused of conspiring with Lyalin and oth- ers in London to obtain forbid- den information between Jan. 1, 1961, and Sept. 10, 1971. Climbers killed by avalanche U.S. election in 1972 Nixon riding high in the wrong year WASHINGTON (CP) With; changed form, being visibly in the UnUed Slates presidential I control of affairs, appearing election little more than a year I quently on radio and television, off, President Nixon might be j and making public appearances forgiven if he secretly wished tiie test would come next month instead of November, 1972. He's in fighting form, demon- PRESIDENT NIXON KATMANDU, Nepal and from Pokhara Three Japanese and e Sherpa guides, members of Nepal capital by air. The runners said draws Japanese expedition climbing Mount Gangapurna, have 35, leader of the Nagano Mountaineering killed by avalanches, expedition to 711 ft reaching here said died with l.ot-fVl'H til O Letters from surviving Sher-pas to widows of the dead Shcr-pas arrived today after being carried by runnel's from the expedition camp to Pokhara, DO miles northwest of Japanese and three Sher-pas in an avalanche Oct. 16. Oct. 18, another avalanche swept Sherpas Girme Dorje and Pemba Norbu to their deaths, said the (CP) Health Minister John Munro was asked in the Commons Monday whether more emphasis is to be placed on preventive medicine, through community health. Israel's first OllilltS fine croaked Mr. Munro, 1 i who was suffering from JGHUSALEM (AP) Israel's first quintuplets are "doing fine and are out of a spokesman at Hadassah hospital reported Monday more nan 4S hours after the birth where he makes flags and embroidered items. The babies were born Saturday. Their weights ranged from one pound eight ounces to The health minister's hoarse voice drew a storm of laughter and heckling. "Lay off those cigarettes, said one member. three girls and two boys to Mrs. The 22-year-old mother, a kindergarten teacher, also was 14 ounces. The parents have been married for three years and have Munro who has tried unsuccessfully to give up smoking since taking office, ported in good condition. The father, who is 24, owns children. Mrs. Berman had been taking a fertility He was replying to a question by Steve Paproski (PC who said City of spends more on hospital care than any other country but is neglecting preventive medical care. DUBLIN (AP) Life is seems to know fgd leisurely as ever in the IRA are but you are of the Irish Republic, yet an to mention them by name (CNP Bureau) mistakable undercurrent r at least in The Circle of Service of the flects events in Northern and stores United Church an- land. In one sense, this has rioting and shooting in this week that the Tea come a city of whispers have scared off bazaar planned for Satur- times denoting a kind of get the impression Oct. 30, has been cancell- conscience, sometimes fear is embroiled in what may said one hotel its stead, the COS will The "six counties" to KENNEDY a bake sale and sale of north are under British rule, tells British to bazaar items, fancy the republic itself once was, read one headline and home sewing. The events around Belfast shock reporting Senator will be held in Simpson dismay the Dubliner. But as M. Kennedy's demand mail order office in says: "Frankly we're withdrawal of British from 10 a.m. to 3 stiff at getting directly clashed with the on Saturday, Oct. 30. All .Selfish I Dr. Conor Cruise O'Brien, welcome. Despite a wave of there are mixed feelings UIN negotiator in me uongo during that Tostado (1400 the tactics of the Irish takes the stand of Avila, Spain, wrote a can withdrawals would lead each week for 35 years for slaughter of total of books. New and bring civil war even tie danger that the might be drawn has denounced the IRA tactics of waging a shooting war against the 1 armv. and also the Ulster internment policy. He claims the only solution is a CALGARY (CP) A great majority of outbreak of cattle rustling is not of the city shows "the anti-Protestant, and not comings of present game worked up about cies in the he Chris Mills, secretary of trie Western Stock Growers' Association. "We know that most hunters are reasonable and of the IRA is technically against the law, since it is an "illegal organization but newspapers and radio in recent years have defied the ban. in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta people but under present legislation we have n, way of has blinked its eye, but cautioned radio and tinguishing between those we can trust and those we against glamorizing the TR Earlier this month, an Store crease in cattle thefts prompted stock growers to ask 13th Street North Phone 327-2705 for night patrols in forestry reserves near the city which Kraft Drugs leased as grazing areas. 13th Street North sistance was required (CP) 327-0340 at least four butchered Farmers Union were found in a two-week it is lifting its boycott Finn products of Stealtest Mr. Mills said in a news Dairies, two ease the problem could be of Kraft Foods 562-2192 solved "by government boycott, called to ing new policies respecting the rights of land-owners and the NFU calls the company's part in the City Drugs small dairy farms, will Main Street nn Kraff nnri all Km 653-3842 TOP THERAPY I products, Walter Miller, BIRMINGHAM (CP) A burst of pop music can be said in a prepared good as a tea break for pepping -up workers, claims a Miller said the farm organization is lifting its 4921 lit Street scientist conducting a the two Kraft 235-3050 program into piped music. it doesn't want to hurt John Fox reckons that a incomes of union ute pop session every hour for them and because Pharmacy assembly line workers and wants to focus the 20lh Avenue five-minute burst every 20 345-3277 utes for factory inspectors can boost efficiency bf up to 35 said none of the Kraft plants in Canada have a MACLEOD work Rexall Drug 206 24th Street li _- 234-3093 I i r S i n 1 vAV PROFILE OF JOHNNY McKENZIE With all the nan on Drug Store Boston Bruins, how come Johnny McKonzio is such o ite? Andy O'Brien tells why the tough little team leader il luch a stand-out. AND 48th Avenue Phone 223-2233 SEAFOOD SPECIALS Margo Oliver bringi you Good Tidinai From Thn Sea this Saturday In Weekend Maa.aiine. Her Mitchell's Pharmacy and sMIfish recipes Include Oyster Casedole, Baked 485-2012 mon Slooks and Clam IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND Pharmacy Phone 485-2432 straling a greater mastery over events than probably any time in his presidency. The polls re- flect a substantial increase in his popularity. Equally important, the Demo- cratic party is virtually leader- less, poor by comparison with the well-financed Republicans, and hard-pressed in its search for popular election issues. And it faces a possibly nasty battle over the party presidential nom- ination at next summer's con- vention. Given the vagaries of a capri- cious political situation, all this change in a year. But as of today Nixon is sitting pretty. Sometimes called the "unseen president." Nixon of late has a number of states where votes are vital to his re-election, PLAN' To use one of his favorite terms, the whole thing is said to he part of his "game design to bring decisive action on a number of fronts in the final year of his four-year term. Throughout the two principal slogans have been "A full gen- erating of peace" and "Prosper- ity without war." To this end, the turnabout on policy and his planned visit to Peking with a follow-up trip to Moscow have attracted general popular support. In dealing with the twin devils of inflation and unemployment he and his free-wheeling treas- ury secretary, John B. Con- nally, have imposed strong medicine. While labor Is annoyed by the wage freeze and many thought- ful Americans are concerned that the 10-per-cent import sur- charge will bring retaliation or at least an era of ill-will from U.S. trading partners, it seems that the majority of Americans are sympathetic to the way Nixon is dealing with this na- tional crisis. In another field, Nixon re- cently pressured Japan and some other countries Into agree- ing to limit textile exports to the U.S. This fulfilled a three- year-old election promise to the hard-pressed textile industries of the U.S. south. HAS PKODLEIMS That is not to suggest Nixon is without remaining serious prob- lems. For a start, the overseas jour- neys could turn out to be disap- pointing. And if the economic situation stubbornly refuses to budge, it would reflect on him. The extreme right wing of the Republican party, observers say, is disappointed in him, par- ticuarly over the China issue. Ho got practically no Negro support in his 1968 election. So far there is little or no evidence that he has succeeded notably in winning over the black vote or that of other important mi- norities, such as the Mexican- Americans. Also, the farm industry, parti- cuarly in the traditionally-Re- publican Midwest, is hard- pressed and showing growing discontent. In 1972, the youth between 18 and 21 years will get the vote for the first time and some ex- perts have suggested the young could defeat him in a close vote. Otters, however, suggest that the Democrats are mistaken in their belief that they can take the youthful voters for granted. A number of studies have in- dicated that voter-registration among these new voters has been low so far. In other words, many may not vote for that would hurt the Democrats more than Nixon. Ellingsoii elected by Flatlaiiders TABER (HNS) Scoutcr Earl H. EUingson recently was named president of Flatlandi district, Boy Scouts of Canada. He has been a scouter for more than two decades. Three vice presidents were also elected: Jack Gray, Dar- win Harmon and Lillian Matrins of Vauxhall. Southern region execu- tive Robert Jenkins of Leth- bridge explained the new reg- istration kits. The meeting discussed the future of Scout Island and plans for Scout-Guide Week next Feb. 19 to 26. no more SPRAY ON CREME RINSE 7 01 Plostic Bottle SUGG. LIST 1.39 PRICES ErFECll" 4TIJRDAY. OCTOBER 30 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I.D.A. BATHROOM TISSUE WHITE. PINK, VfUOW or BlUt 6MbQ O OQ VAPORIZER HUMIDIFIER uo.i. m m OfttATKM KM, AUTOMATIC smn-m BON AEROSOL SUGG LIST 69c DANDRUFF TREATMENT SHAMPOO regular pravtnt dandruff flaking plui gtntU Brack 99' 30Z. IOTTLI SUGG. 11 B.T.C. HALIBUT LIVER OIL CAPSULES 250 Y LISTERiNE ANTISEPTIC "30% MOM- lOWHEY'S "101" POPS IN ABAC 69 CONTAC-C COLD CAPSULES NEW.' BOX or 20 SUGG. LIST 2.80 NOXZIMA SKIN CREAM SUCRETS SORE THROAT LOZENGES 77 M'l suoG.urr HfW CHILDREN'S CHERRY FLAVOUR 24's 77c LIST 96c II tei PENATEN CREAM MEDIUTtt For common skin irritation! of both infants and adults SUCC. LIST 99 I.D.A. FACIAL _ WHITE X 1 PtY in pop.-up Box 1.00 LISTER1NE ANTISEPTIC THROAT LOZENGES USTBIKS, OtAHM or IUIOH4IDI 18'! 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