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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Octobtr 21, 1970 v >v i VN Prince Philip said In London I somehow is an incitement to un most parents want only two children, are prepared to ac- cept a third, but rarely a fourth. The prince, a father of four, said in an interview: "It turns put that people want the first child very much when rest and violence." Victor Policy, 54, admlnistra live director of the Stratf or Festival, is leaving the festival staff because of differences wit general manager William F Wylie. "I think Air. Polley will be better off without the festiva and I think the festival cai probably get along better with out Mr. said Mr. Wylie who came to tte festival in 196 from the Manitoba Theatre Centre. Asked whether Mr. Polley had resigned or been dismissed, Mr Wylie replied that there wa. "lots of room between those two poles." Polley, who has been on the administrative staff for 16 years, declined to comment. PRINCE PHILIP i they marry. They want the sec- ond child almost as much. But if a third child comes along they accept it as natural but they haven't gone out of their way to get it. "When the fourth child comes along, in most cases it's unin- tentional." The prince was interviewed on his book Wildlife Crisis. _ Asked if any form of restric- tions should be imposed on par- ents to keep the size of the fam- ily down, he replied: "You don't have to take any legislation against us because it so happens that, of the net in- crease in the population in this country, half of it is due to the illegitimate births, and the oth- er half is people having chil- dren that are not specifically wanted." Storm Moves Out Mayor John V. Lindsay has charged that President Nixon is personally accountable for in- troducing the tactics of fear into campaign efforts to eliminate his political opponents in next Tuesday's congressional elec- tions. The president's 1970 political strategy "has spread a cloud of suspicion and mistrust over our whole Lindsay s a i d at the Family of Man dinner at the New York Hilton Hotel. "This is one of the few cam- paigns in memory in which men apparently seek not merely to defeat their opponents but liter- ally to eliminate them from our public the mayor said. Lindsay, a registered Republi- can, accused the Republican president and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew of abandoning party principles to claim "that opp o si t io n to their policies INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSSTER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 5174lhAve. S. Phone 327-1541 EDMONTON (CP) The sun came out Tuesday and began to melt north central Alberta out of a transportation and power tangle caused by the worst Oc- tober snow storm in the re- gion's history. The storm deposited 10.8 in- ches of wet, heavy snow on the Edmonton area Sunday and Monday, forcing rural schools I to close and breaking power lines to a half dozen commun- ities. Most transportation spun to a halt Sunday, with an estimated 100 vehicles sliding off high- ways south of the city, as snow- clearing equipment was unable to keep pace with the storm's onslaught. Shovel and power repair crews began to gain the upper hand Monday as the storm moved into northern Saskatche- wan and had things back to near-normal Tuesday. RATION POWER But Bob Brownie, divisional manager of Calgary Power Ltd., asked residents in the Fort Sas- katchewan, Chipman and La- mont areas northeast of the city to ration power for the next 24 hours. A transformer in the area had been damaged by the storm. Most schools in the counites of Leduc and Strathcona, which serve about students, were closed Monday and Tues- day as strong winds drifted snow to depths of two feet or more and blocked district roads. Snow fell in northern Saskat- chewan Monday night and Tuesday but police said that ex- cept for slippery streets there were few problems. Saskatoon reported six inches of snow and Kindersley four, inches. But in Alberta, there was still enough on the ground to force cancellation of a harness race meet in Edmonton and a junior hockey game in Ponoka. Rabies Case SASKATOON (CP) The re- cent death of a Mea- dow Lake youth in Saskatoon hospital has been attributed to rabies. Hard of Hearing? See The New "DISCREET" available at EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Floor MR. H. W. MATHESON OUR CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOLOGIST Will be in LETHBRIDGE Thurs., Oct. 29th a.m. till p.m. You won't believe your eyes or ears when you hear and see the "Discreet" by Qualitone. The most natural sounding eyeglass hearing aid we have ever made. Gone forever is arlificial sound. No cost or obligation. Come in, call or write tomorrow. EATON'S HEARING CENTRE Second Floor Dial 327-8551 Mr. H. W. Malhcson Announcing Eaton's Big Travelling Fur Sale Timed right to coincide with early snowflurries. .Outstanding iionl First choice is best choicel Eaton's famous guarantee is your as- surance of satisfaction or money refunded. .Mr. A. Stimpson of Winnipeg experienced fur representative, will help you make the best in your price range. Do have a look! 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