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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 197J THI inHMPDOI MUIO 31 OUTLOOK WARM AND DRY_ ntures are according Above normal tern ratures are expecled 1o cover Canada during according to the long-range outlook of the United Stales weather bureau. Light to moderate prec.pitation i expected for the country with the exception of parts o A xpe British Columbia. This change! may occur. not a specific forecast and Oddities in the news SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Sally Melr says "it's not really uncomfortable" living in a 1961 station wagon with 26 eats. Mrs. Melr took up daytime residence in the c a r recent- ly after she was evicted from her apart- ment for being six months be- hind in her rent. Various neighbors have offered her a place to stay at night while she looks for a new place. "Somehow I just know it's going to work said Mrs. Weir, known in her neighbor- hood as the "Cat Lady of Noe Valley." "I have to stay with my cats. They get nervous and I sing to them. It's not really uncomfortable. After all, it is a station wagon." 1 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) There was a time when you crossed the gener- ation gap at 30. Now it's 18. David Hill, a college student, was informed here he cannot serve as you'.h representative of the Grand Rapids area planning council because he is too old. Since 18-year-olds are le- gally adults in Michigan, the replacement nominee can not be older than 17, officials said. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) It took three times, but Ramona Moekel ar.d Charles Telegdy finally are legally married. Their church wedding July 21 took place one day after their marriage licence ex- pired, court official Roy James Informed the couple after they returned from a North Carolina honeymoon. So they married again Aug. V. A few days later, James apologized for havirz to tell them that the marriage li- cence still was no good be- cause the minister misdated it July 21. "It can't said Ra- mona. "You got to be kid- ding." A third licence was given to them and the county waived the blood test requirement. County Judge David Seth Walker performed the cere- mony without charge. And James had a marriage li- cence clerk read, re-read and edit the licence. BALTIMORE (AP) Mayor William Donald Schae- fer got a first-hand look at crime in Baltimore when a youth ripped the watch oft his wrist while he was stopped in his car at a traffic light. The incident occurred while the mayo.- was driving his private car near his West Baltimore home. Schaefer, who was not hurt, gave chase to a youthful suspect and was later joined by a patrolman, but no arrests were made. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Red faced police are looking for a barefoot man wearing The culprit, taken Into cus- tody as a burglary suspect, jumped out of a police van and ran into a wooded lot. Police have found his shoes but nothing else. LONDON (Heuter) When barmaid Angela Given told some customers she was suf- fering from a sore throat she was pleased when a doctor at the bar told her he would have a look at it. He went with her to her room at the hotel where she worked, but she was surprised when he asked her to remove her sweater and bra. She was even more sur- prised when he asked her to remove her briefs and went on to give her a thorough "examination." Laborer William Evans, 28, pleaded guilty later to inde- cent assault and was jailed for three months. He said his impersonation of a doctor was just "a prank." CLEAR "SOFTIQUE" 60 OR 100 Win MORI 00 WATT PACK 60 or 100 WATT LIGHT BULBS teller's own dependable brand "Soltiqut" and clear lijM bulbs-S-pJck of 60 or 100 watt. G87 ALL-STEEL TOOL OR GARDEN SHEDS Easy to assemble! No special tools required! Features a giant 309 en. It. of storage space. Rugged "Stelcolour" ill steel construction with tally galvanized, uper-tough vinyl finish inside and out! ALL-STEEL SHED FLOOR 21.88 CLASSIC PLANTERW1TH BRASS STAND Unter cwplttt litl buss still ir fmril! pints. It" lit. "ON ED LATEX" ANTIQUING KIT Mikes inltquiig eisy! iicWK hstncfm bjrtlit, 1 pint of littK base coat, 4 or. acrylic toner, 2 steets file mdpiper, cheesecloth. Covers ajpur. ft) sq. ft. Ckiitl Bl ppulirNDOdtiiin I antiquing liiisbes. EA. STANDARD SIZE FURNACE FILTERS it minim, 111 14 o? SPRAY BOMBS EA.I EARTHENWARE FLOWERPOTS GtcBNtive tlcKEr poll vltl COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF TOOLS REG. T.17 Trial dates set for .youth, 16 CALGARY CCP) The trial of Paul Fisher, 16, accused of the non-capital murder of his father, has been scheduled in Alberta Supreme Court for Sept, 27. He pleaded not guilty and chose trial by judge alone. The charge was laid following the shooting death April 27 of city lawyer Donald Rae Fisher. A second charge against the teen-ager, of attempting to mur- der his mother Evelyn, was ad journed to Oct. 16. He has also p'.eartcd not guilty to that charge E-.d has chosen trial by judge alone. The dates were set during su- preme court arraignments be- fore Chief Jusiice J. V. II. Mil- vain. World News POOR HARVEST KENTVILLE, N.S. (CP) Growers in Nova Scotia har- vested I.4-million quarts of strawberries in 1972, about one- million quarts below a normal harvest, the provincial agricul- ture department reported. The poor harvest represents a loss of to growers. The de- partment said winterkill anci late frosts in May had damaged strawberry plants. CANADA AHEAD EDMONTON (CP) A Uni- ersity of Alberta civil cngi neering professor who tourec Inssla says Canada is consider- ihly ahead of the Soviet Union n the quality of concrete con slruction and architectural de- sign. Dr. J. G. MacGregor sait Canada's advancement is partly a result of Russia's emphasis 01 manufacturing standardize! products. SMASH DRUG RING BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) Argentine police said here Mon- day they haya smashed a drug- smuggling ring which had ship- ped about pounds of her- oin to the United States from France. TREF, TROUBLES FREDERICTON (CP) The ocily of Fredericton, famed for its collection of elms, is spend- ing about to this year to remove up to 40 of the stately trees. City Engineer Wil Barrett says as many a of the elms have contracle< Dutch elm disease and have hac to be removed. The city intends however, to maintain Us eln population, having planted a least 350 new ones. Wipe-Clean VINYL SHOWER CURTAINS Stper seleclioi ktivy-ffeight vinyl shower ctftili: it Itiis incredibly hm sale price! Bright celmis i pitterns. Sties 11" YOUR CHOICE! WALL PAPER BY-'SUNWORTHY" AVAILABLE IK STOCK DRAPES .tlertl, pteatei eWw-.tl 1 -ttlWS ElBjil! 'iBOtS 3 96 45 DRAPERY FABRICS felecun of pwUii topsart "and we sale price' UN stifles. k A, "Pimera" Spanish grill ftsttt Mjsitt B. 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