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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 2, 1971 Four persons admit plot to rescue Greek prisoner lly I'IMI.IP DOl'Ol'LOS ATIIKNS (At1' The Grcrk govmimi'iit Knir persons, including I lie (ii'cc'k widow of iliu discoverer of pt'nicillui and two IKIVO admitted plotting to rru'iie i. Orrd; serv- ing a life sentence for Iryinp (o assassinate Premier Cicortfc Pa- patlopnulos in A tfuvenimenl spokesman said those a r r i- s I eel wore Greek-born Lady Flem- ing, v.'idou' nf Scot- tish scicjnist Sir Alexander Fleming: John Skeltnn, a 'JG- year-old llieolucy .student from Yardlcy. Pn.: Alliina Psichoy- ion, a (I duor-; ccc: and a Greek named Con- j slanline Aiidroulsopoiilos. j Government spokesman I Byron SLaniaKpuilus lolil a news conference1 all four had made statements "incriminat- ing themselves and confirming the escape plan." He said they were arrested early Tuesday as they ap- proaelied suburban prison housing Aexalnder Panrgoulis. Panagoulis, H2, was condemned to death in November, for an altempi, Ihree months c. --her to kill Greece's military pre- mier, hut the sentence corn- mined to life imprisonment fol- lowing from abroad. Slamatopoulos said the four would be tried by a military court following a hrief investi- gation. The maximum sLMilence possible is five years' ment. Oddities in the news GAINESVILLE. I'la. (AP) The some pushers ;TC selling in this Socialism for youth s al WINNIPEG (CPi The fed- eral Nnv Youth, emphasizing action and equal- ity, lias rer.ffirmccl policies on Quebec, Liberation and capitalism nnd hr.s criti- cized Ihc pnrly's section for not bring invo'vcd. A statement i-'sued recently after Ilia convention said the 100 eliminated positions of pro.-'idc-m ant! Eccre- tary artl rojxiecil !hrm a five-member srordnnnl as the first ten. Elected members were Bill of Waterloo. Ont.. Gnrcon Cievekind of To- ronto, of Brandon, Man.. Lnsa Dormer of j Ottawa and S'.cvc of "Winnipeg. The NDY rustfilal it.- position towards [he Qiiobcc and iis riant (o si'lf-dcLcnnina-1 tion." and r.ddcd its recognition of the Quebec "r.s an au- tonomous national organization of democratic socialist ynuth." F o 1 1 o w i n p constitutional amendment, at least two of the five-member national secretar- iat of [he NDY now must be fe- male, as must he onn of each province's hvo delegates to the federal NDY council. The orpanizatinn criticized the' Waffle, (he New Democratic j Party IcfL-uing pcclion. for ''not involving itself more with the daily slrnpclcs" of the working people. It supported the WalT'iA positions on dmnet-iic control of. the Canadian and pub- j lie ouner.Tj-'ijj K resource and financial Ijnsc-s. The statement s; id the NDY j "sees its first priority as build- i ing a mass democratic socialist movement in Ihc youth com- m u n i encompassing nigh school and university students, young workers and unemployed youth.'1 area for an ounc2 could be better put. to use in a cow shed, University of Florida agronomists say. It's not pot, but kenaf, an experimental cow feed, and Dr. K. Dan-ell McCloud of Ihe agronomy department, said Tuesday it doesn't any sort of a hioh." Besides, the pot users can make a much belter pr-rchase at feed stores, where kenaf re- tails for S20 for pounds. Narcotics agents say the kenaf being sold as marijuana is being stolen from the two- acre field of the university's beef research unit a mile northeast of Gainesville. They said (he thieves then dry it, chop it up and soil it nr. pot because the ragged leaf resembles marijuana LOS ANGELES fAP) Eddie Cnmpcs said he save 1 for five years for the "dreimi car." He bought one new year for Sti.500. Cut he said, it turned out to be a "lemon.'' "It has been loucd in for rc-pcirs 10.COO he p1 .lined (o sheriffs officers. He said be could never get I he- car running On Tuesday lie drove the auto onto the front of maker's company plant in suburban Pico Rivera, dou.scd (he car's interior and set it. afire, llic ear WES destroyed. Campo.s said lie would con- tinue Lo make payments on the car. HONORARY CHIEF Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener (lefl) accepts a lomahawk from Donald Marshall, Grand Chief of th? Micmac, as his Excellency is welcomed as an honorary chief of ihe 1ribe. The ceremany took place Tuesday in Port Royal, N.S., where the governor-general was earlier made honorary grand master of Ihe Order of ihe Good Time. iWhat to before Laboi travel Dock strike merchandise exempted WASHINGTON (AP) The United Smiles government Wednesday exempted an esti- mated 'oillion in foreign merchandise from Ihe 10-pcr- cenl supplementary import duty. The treasury department ruled that imports which arc tied up by the West Coast dock tnke, are held in bonded ware- houses or foreign trade zones, or were en route to the United States prior to imposition of the 10-per-cent duly, will not be sub- ject to Ihe aditicnal duty. This was a reversal of pre- vious policy, but a treasury offi- cial said many small importers said faced possible bank- ruptcy if they had to pay the 10-per-cent fee on merchandise shipped piTT to Aug. lli. Eugene T. Rossides. assistant secretary for trade affairs, said Hie decisiSn is a "one-time, non-recurring exemption." PROFITS INCREASE VANCOUVER (CP) Fort St. John Petroleums Ltd. of Vancouver has reported nel earnings of or 3.8 ccnls a share for the six months end- ed June 30, a 12.2-per-cent in- crease over earnings of or 3.4 cents a share in the same period in 1970. Rapesced producers won't take stand now WINNIPEG (CD The Rapesecd Association ol Can- ada has decided not lo take a stand at this lime on whellrer rapcsced should bo placed un- der the marketing authority of the Canadian V.'licat Board. Association directors, after a two-day closed session, an- nounced Wednesday a program of producer education would be conlJnucd ''until it becomes necessary to take a stand." Rapcseed, a vegetable o i 1 used in margarine, salad and cooking oils, is outside the jur- isdiction of the Canadian Wheat Board along with flax and rye- Enabling legislation allowing the three commodities to be placed under the crown mar- keting agency's "jurisdiction fol- lowing a producer plebiscite was passed at the spring ses- sion of Parliament. Otto Lang, minister respon- sible for the wheat board, has said the government has no immediate plans lo put the leg- islation inlo effect and that most producers time lack sufficient information to decide on the best course of ac- tion. Association president J. J Banficld of Lethbridge told a news conference a great many producers are confused by the enabling legislation. "In order for people to reach an objective conclusion it is ne- cessary for producers and oIJi- er groups to know all the al- he said. He noted a government study released last month looked at four marketing methods but did not draw any conclusions. In addition to wheat board con- trol and the present free inar- k e t, these included producer marketing boards and volun- tary pooling by which rape- seed would remain on a free market but prices would he equalized to producers at the end of a crop year. James McAnsh of Vancou- ver, executive director of Uie rapesecd association and a member of the government committee, said the free mar- ket for the oilseed had worked v.ell but producers should have the final say on ils future. The rapeseed association In- cludes growers, elevator com- panies, processors, manufac- turers and exporters. AN HERBAL REMEDY Unsightly WARTS on face, left, permanently removed within 3 la 5 weeks with DEIGHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not an acid, harmless lo hpalthv skin. Slubb's Pharmacy, ThriMway Weslminsler Drugs and Boyd's Pharmacy By CARITON SMITH II in UKJ of probably I he driver's most lime of riiiy, the car shot ovl of a side .s'rcet. Crakes screeched, then come the ugly sound oT lorn and crumpled and glcss The Vv'ilsons were more than the death loll was G12. This .100 miles from home, in anoth-1 year, deaths were up 18 per cr stale. Their had hit anoLher bronc'-ide. Xo witness- cent over the 1970 figure dur- ing the Fourth of July week- i Berlin pact aited Dividend up XOY WESTMINSTER, R.C. (CP) Trans Can-da Glcss Ltd. repelled net income for tlie six months cr.tird Junn 30 of or 28 cnnls a share compared with sjui.B.iii or 17 cents a share for the corres- ponding poriud. T r n n s Canada operak1? vrho' and retail slorcs in Canada in liio field of anfomolivc replace- ment glass and contract glaz- ing. aw BO.NX il'i'juicrl final cisicn lo v.l'cn agreement will b? WPS fVViT'l here v.-Min fr? IV" Four Cicrnv.n diplo- nir.lic j-'onreos Miid. The signing Thursday hui Wes; Grvman ,'in'l AHifl have v.ii'ih'jM o f f i c i n 1 p-i.-- in Berlin !-TH AH'oDi'ih or, (lie fc'.ii' and on I ox's ;n and rfit cnni- ple'cd rn text. cs to lo'iifv ll-nl the o'.ber car; end. That could point to well had sped Ihrouqh n step .sign. I over 700 highway deaths for At 'Wilson told himsblf; Labo1' thankfully as Hi? pulice were There arc a number of pre- iiut reports, he cautions you can take, says the was fully lUit police imgi-lrate he faced tin hour ('ostrovccl t'Ti' Wiif-'on, like many not that iTsprjn.sihilily rcqr.lre- rrcT.Is from "-'la'-j lo V.T'.DM r.dc- in his home bui his cnvc: age i was ra.nm less Hum thai re-! liu.i'ed by law. in n .situation Yen may post a cash j frequently an impos-1 lar-e Kum or face im-1 mcnt is 0p2ralinR properlv, to suspension cr _revora- fln on C3 i'nn ni yr-ir dnvmg privileges. svstnms in ynvv car Autlictiilic.-, arc noli information bureau, to redr-ce the odds on your becoming a statistic, and to avoid vexing or costly troubles. Before starting out, have the car given a complete checkup. Tires and brakes .should get special attention. High speed, hot-weather driv- ing on worn tires is a flirta- tion wilh disaster. Tires should be correctly inflated, and wheels balanced. Ar.d don't ne- glect (lie .spare. o If your car is air-condi- siire Ihe equip- slal you may find your li- li led thn-c r.s well. i. III 1U7I) Yugoslavia built a bot- (lir.g planl a5 Ihc site of a for- mer Roman bath. Canadians lop lisl to belli Kr.-i Vw-i G-nnrr.v sine" V.IT.I lo provrnt Iwo Ger- m n ji i e s in ihe future. Ih.v sources- afi'lerl. The I'T.-ily Ihe nf mere Iha'i 17 nf hard negotiating tlic four pnv-Trs o Fnr-iilics on holiday trips (end lo pick rp souvenirs. them, says Ihe information bu- reau along wilh other loose oblccts that oflen contribute to K i-r-irvrs 10 nirnercns driv- rrr'idontn by interfering with n> year. .Says the Ccn-: orerplicn of accelerr.ior, SVIIKT JiMiiTPcc I-irorniiitijin cr steering Don't c'.ieck v.iih. Ciullcr windows with stickers, ynur Rpcnt before an; and don't hnng clothing or olh- trip lo mal--e sure Cr items so that the driver's IK-it ynu'rn covered lo meet j vis-inn is blr.-.-krd. minimum financial rcsponsibil-1 a Plan trips carefully in vc- in the tlates lation lo driving time. Don't ,M.'ii 11 irv (o pack too many miles Tlie burrau said this yc-ir'.s inlo a day. A shorter trip, witli figr.rcs .suepeslcd n i more frequent stops to sec llic rcffird toll for iho Jong Labor is more pleasant for all Day Lrsl year, a lired, irritable driver it was a three-day weekend, has impaired reflexes; he's a candidate for an accident. 9 S o m c medications m- crrasc accident hp.zards. Al- and cold tablets, for example, may make a driver drowsy and impair his judg- ment. As for alcohol, medi- cinal or otherwise, save if for nondriving hours. The infor- Hy IAIN JlacI.EOI) LONDON iCPi Canadi- nns are amnng his hcsf cns- among the poorest. The product? Bag- pipes. Glasgow maiiufafUii'cr Ar- thur says In1 is as- tounded by (lie rising Cana- dian and Uniled Stales de- mand for his pipes as well as kills, sporrans. and all Ihc r.'.her p a r a p h c n a 1 i a usiislly associated with Kcot- pursuits. "Tiiu Canadian nisrkct es- pecially has shot up in Ihe Insl five years, with sales of pipes Iripling in Ihat the 52-y e a r -o 1 fl company Foday thru Sat., Sept. 4th Duy n basket of these juicy. Red fancy fMtliiloih apples and help lo furlher worlhwMIe Communily pro] eels nnd lupporlod by the lelh- brjrlgc Kiwanij Clubs. S2.50 IF you liavu a lorgc family why not buy more than ono. DONATIONS ARE AISO MOST WEICOME said in ;i telephone r.pprai-s lo be no end In Ihc cspp- cially in Nova .Scoda. Ontario and Rrilisli Laurie. Ihe bagpipe mamifacnivor in Soo'land, cs- (imales per c-jni ol his I ratio is with North America. Only one per of his or- ders come Ircin "People (in .Scotland) would never dream of buying Cl.PK supports prison iriuirds on slrikc issue CALGARY (CP) 'Ihe nndiiin Unior nf Publii- Km- pave il.s snpnert Icdny lo v.ho have pone nil strike at Alberta CorrtTliiin- al Inslitiih-s. K. W. M .s s n n. si'rrelary- Irea.snrcr (if CKPK Albcrla division, said in a prepared sl.-lrmcnl Hie union "v.ill back Ilic officors ,ind ;ill civil .servants lo uain Ilieir freedom in Irnc bar- gaining in Ihc province of Al- berla." The guards, (if II; Civil Service! (if Al- lierla, won! strike da> in a dispnlc Ihr provincial ijovernnicnl I.cRislaticn d n c s give Ihcm Ihe righi In ..Irike and a scllldiiu'iil iiK (THI was impii'-'cd by the jjovcinincnt last .spring. lie.'.. hr explains. "A flood last iralefinitcly." prices of piprs cm from (8151) lo Lawric discloFed a liillc fccrcl: "Musically arc idcnlical. The price, moslly en nvnamrn- Demand for Ihe pipes come ncl only from Norlh Anv.'ri'.'a bill (rom Auslralia, and Ihc Kasr. Palcictan has been Lawrie's biggest coinpc-titor. The I3pk- were turning out Ihe nines al of Ills price. m P I ion bureau says figures show that even a few drinks within a short time make the whls on having an acci- six times greater. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) NUNS IN MILITARV BOSTON (AP) Gov. Fran- cis W. Sargent has sworn in the first two nuns lo enter military service with the Air National Guard The two nuns of the Sis- ters of St. Joseph are Sheila McGnirk, 27, a nurse's aide, and Judilh Rcsenthal, 2fi, a licensed praelioal nurse. T11 "f 17 I hank You To the Special lhankh lo ihosc who conlributcd ID our campaign in any way and especially lliosc who honor- rrl W'ih I heir Our pledge lo you is I hat we will conlinuo lo work for a boiler Albcrla and Canada. Doug Poile and Klaas Buijert New Democratic Party EATO Custom-Made Draperies Off Material-Labour Drapcrici add EO lo o home, and now you cun have just 'lio draperies you wanl and iave '.i on llic fabric ond labour. Bring in yo ir moaiurcmonl, then choose.1 Ihe fabric you prefer from llic doicns of cxciling malcriuls and swalchos we have in llic siorL1. Lined, cr unlincd. Plan lo shop early and take advantage of this fine saving. Hero's an example of the savings: Draperies of fabric al 4.00 a yard, lined and complclc wilh hooks and corner weights. 4' wide x 84" long Regular, 44.30 Special, 29.54 8' wide x 84" long Regular, 88.40 Special, 12' wide x 84" long Regular, 132.25 Special, 88.14 Draperies, Second Floor Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9, and Friday 9 to 9. Buy Line 328-8811. ;