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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Coutts deportation order is squashed OTTAWA (CP) A two-year legal battle ended for Kenneth Goldfine Tuesday when an im- migration appeal beard quashed a deportation order against him and restored his visiting privi- leges to Canada. But if a border official should ever ask the 23-year-old New York City native if he has ever smoked marijuana, he probably won't tell the truth, unless he to lose those privileges again. The unemployed former busi- ness administration stucbnt was ordered deported from Canada Oct. 11, 1971, when an immigra- tion official at Coutts, Alta., askjd him if he had ever smoked marijuana. He replied that ha had once, at a party in New York in the summer of 1959. He was ordered deported im- mediately on grounds he admit- ted to having committed a crime involving moral turpi- tuc'e. Appeal board member 3. C. A. Byrne quashed the deporta- tion order against Mr. Goldfine and gave him one week to col- lect his belongings and visit friends before returning to the United States. BASIS STILL VALID Although Mr. Goldfine now is free to visit Canada as often as MALE IMPOTENCE: What Every Woman Should Know A loving and concernc-d wo- man is a man's most impor- lant asset in restoring or j maintaining his sexual ca- pacity. That's the opinion of i a leading psycho-therapist, i writing in (he September issue of Reader's Digest In today's society, an increasing number of men suffer fioni some degree of impotence Most such difficulties are rooted jn emotional rather than physical factors, and at such what a wife does or says can be ciucial For guidelines that every thought- ful wife should observe, read MALE IMPOTENCE- WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW. One of 35 articles and features in the September Reader's Digest .At your newsstand todav! he no longer than three months each Mr. Byrne ruled that the basis of the deportation order is stil valid. Mr Goldfine's lawyer, George Fisk of Ottawa, termed the de- cision "a bit of a and said he is considering taking the decision to the Federal Court of Appeal at his own ex- pense. Mr. Goldfine said he was pleased he now could visit his friends in Canada but would be more cautious in his future con- versations with border officials. He came to Canada in the spring of 1971, and lived in Lcthbridge, Alta., that summer. In October, he returned to the U.S. briefly. It was when he tried to re-enter Canada that he was ordered deported. Mr. Fisk argued that the ap- peal board has turned aside de- portation orders involving gam- bling or being nude in a public place on the basis that the acts involved may have been against the law but were not crimes in- volving moral turpitude. Mr. Byrne said he was quash- ing Mr. Gpldfine's deportation order in light of the govern- ment's policy of showing le- niency towards cannabis users. It was probable, he said, that Parliament would in the future amend the Criminal Code to permit legal use of cannabis on a small scale, such as at social gatherings. But Mi-. Byrne told Mr. Fisk that he and his client were seeking a judgement on the le- gality of possession of cannabis in the wrong court. "It is not appropriate to ask this court, which is a court of record, to make the he said. Wedncsdoy, September 5, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 FRIENDS N' NEIGHBORS While Quantities last Use your Chargex Thurs., Fri., Sat. Sepf. 6, 7, 8 Canadian PoW recognized Acting Secretary of Siafe Kenneth Rush, right presents the State Department Tri- bute of Appreciation to four non-U.S. D-ison er of war returnees Tuesday in Washington. Receiving the tributes from left are: Monik a Schwinn, West Germany, Marc Cayer, Canada, Candida Badua, Philippines, and Arturo M. Balagot, also from the Philip- pines. Schwinn was captured in 1969, the three men in 1968. Canada Cuban leader lo visit India NEW DELHI CAP) Cuban Premier Fidel Castro will make his first visit to India next Mon- day. A 12-hours topover en- route from the conference of non-aligned countries in Algiers to Hanoi, a foreign minister spokesman said Tuesday. An aide to Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi said no particu- lar agenda has been set for dis- cussions except a general re- view of the international situ- ation. By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Telesat Canada, the company that runs Can- I ada's satellite communications network, is taking a multi-mil- lion dollar gamble en a launch. The corporation has ordered a Thor-Delta rocket and has booked a launch pad at Cape Kennedy for early in 1975 for a rocket launch it hopes it will never need. The reservations, which will cost from to S9-mil- lion whether they are used or not, are required "just in case we need to launch our third Anik satellite." according to a Telesate official. It seems strange and com- plicated, but here's why, fol- lowed by the risks. Canada already has two Anik j I satellites in orbit and working Anik I has most, but not all. of its channels providing television and telecommunications serv- ices for Canadians: Anik II has some of its channels ready for use temporarily by American users awaiting their own do- mestic system. Anik II is also j the back-up for Anik I. 1 Should Anik I or Anik II fail, j Telssat might have to launch j Anik III as a replacement Sim- '-ilarly, should the demand in- crease enough. Anik III might I be requncd. The former could happen anytime: the latter is not very likely. But Cap-e Kennedy has a busy schedule in the coming year and a half, in part because a number of U.S companies want to launch American com- munications satellites. Thus, -just in case." Telesat has to reserve ahead Or it anight have to wait years to get a launch pad and a rocket. Even with a launch reserved. if something should break down now, the Anik III couldn't be sent up as a replacement until j eaiiy m 1975. "We just hope ev- 1 erything works well until then." the Telesat official said. The deal is that Canada pays the U.S. for the launch whether it occuis or not The hope is that even if Can- ada shouldn't need the launch in early 1975. it will be able to switch with someone for a lat- tcr date or sell the launch and i rocket outright. If. by chance. Canada I couldn't find a buyer and didn't need the launch, she would probably have to store the rocket, at added cost, until she might be for a few years, until Anik I needs to be replaced. Downtown on Fourth Avenue South Doors open 8 a.m. sharp! Shop 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and really save on fin. quality men's wearing apparel It's our annual Summer Sng offered! P values SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS Reg. to 15.00. Summer Sale, each DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS Reg. to 27.50. Summer Sale, pair....... I HIGH RISE SLACKS Plains and Plaids, reg. to 20.00 (No alterations, pair I TIES Reg. to 7.50. Summer Sale, each SHOES Reg. to 30.00, pair WASHABLE Reg. to 12.00, pair only SPORT COATS 6 ONLY WARREN K COOK Reg. to 90.00. Now only SPORT JACKETS 6 only! By Warren K. Cook Re0. 155.00. Now only Black's ON FOURTH AVENUE A nice selection of Great tcr teachers, back- to-school, office or dress-up Regular 135.00 Extra Special Only MEN'S SHOP All Sales Cash and Final No Refunds or Exchanges! All Alterations Extra! FORTREL PANTS Flare pants with cuffs or plcin finish. Pull-on or zip fronts in alen and hounc's- tooth checks. Some solid tones. Sizes 10-20. Reg. to 12.98 PULLOVERS Fine quality acrylic knits in plains and heather tones. Wide range of col- ours. Turtle neck, mock turtle and lace-up collars. S-M-L T-Shirts! Tank Tops! Shells! Seven smart ladies' and misses' styles to choose from Polyester, nylon, boucle and Jt stretch nylon in assorted col- jo ours S M-L ji Reg. 2.98 1 SLEEPWEAR Flannelette pyjamas and gowns. Good assortment of colourful patterns. S-M-L. Reg. 3.98 .89 QUILTED DUSTERS Good qualify nylon quilt in soft pastels. S-M-l. REPEAT OFFER! FISHERMAN PULLOVERS PLAID BAGGIES o'yesltr 'wool blends. Snc't pattern selections. Belt looos and cuffed leg. Sizes 23-36. ocryhc. Crew or neck with long slsewes Natural, blue, S-M-L-XL. Reg. 7.93 Neoprew backed ny- lon with full pile lining Fur trim Ground p o c k e 1 s By G.W.G. And other well Canadian manufac- turers (Some discontinued lines1 VVide as- sortment of fabrics and styles Sizes 28-34 ONLY. PARKA JACKETS Water repellent nylon witn fall nile lining and attach- ed hood. Zip, snap and button fronts and belted. Below the hip car coat length Sir.es S-M-L-XL. Reg. to 34.95 Was 11.98 PYJAMAS cotton, flannelepe tamos in assorted patterns Sues Reg. 3.98 T-SHIRTS By Penmans DRESS SOCKS A'ulti-ply nylon. Assort ed colours. Sizes 10-12 Reg. 69c and 79c 100% cotton. Short sleeve. White only. S-M-L-XL. Reg. 1.49 PULLOVERS Boys' sweaters m acrylic" and orlons. zip, but- ton and turtle necks. Long sleeves. Assorted colours. S-M-L Reg. 5.99 SKI JACKETS Quilted nylon jackets by ons of Canada's better manufacturers. Full pile lining. Attached pile lined hood. Racer stripe. Sizes 8-16 Orig. were 16.98 T-SHiRTS Long sleeved cotton T-shirts with contrast trim on neck and pocket. Crew neck. As- sorted colours. S-M-L. PLAID BAGS'ES Cuffed bags in handsome, colourful plaid selections. Sizes 8-16. Reg. 7.99 BOYS' PYJAMAS co'ton flonneletta and polo style pyjamas. Machine washable. Sizes 8-16 100% acrylic. Sleevless shrinks in assorted colour tones. Machine washable. S-M-L. Reg. 3.99........... WEAR BACK-TO-SCHOOL FLANNELETTE SLEEPWEAR Canadian made, boys' and girls' P.J.'s and lonq gowrs in cotton. Chaiminrj prims of Snoopy, hockey scenes, plaids, checks and dots, and florals to from. 4-6x 8-14 NORTHERN PARKAS Striking look for country lane or city street. hooded jacket with attrac- tive braid trim. Assorted snuggly colours. Sires 7- 5.66 Reg. to 13.98 GIRLS7 SKI JACKET Hooded, pile lined ski- iacket. Belted with fur- trimmed hood. Cherry- bright fall colours. -1-ox. Reg. 10.98 BODY SHIRTS Long and short slaves in stretch denim or nylon. Snap crotch. Canadian made. Fi.'llv washable. Assorted colour'. 2-3x, 4-6x, 7-14. Reg. to 3.99 2 KEDDSES PANTS Boys' and girls' cut fed pants. Half boxer weift with fly -front. Stutdy, tough wearing corduroy, d.'ill cotton in plains or patterns. Some I i n o d styles. Wa s h a b le Fall shades. 2-6x..... CORDUROY PANTS Heavy weight cuffed pants with belt loops and zip fly front. Excellent fit in plain polyester style. Dark fall shades. 7-14. MANUFACTURERS CLEARANCE GIRLS' SWEATERS Long sleeve and sleeveless to choose from. and orlon. Fantastic value! Sires 7-14. Reg. 3.99 and 4.99 BOYS! GIRLS! and KIDDIES! SWEATERS long sleeve sweaters in lon or acrylic. Cardi- gans and pull-ons in plains and fancies. 4-6x....... T-SHIRTS long sleeve Cotton and polyester turtle necks Layered look in plains and patterns. Machine washable. i-6x 1.39 7-U................ 3 IANCE 2 .33 ,77 1.33 ;