Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, September 28, 1971 Manitoba man, 20, charged in death of policeman ILE DES CHEXES. Man. (CP) A 20-yrar-oM rural Manitoba mnn Munday was charged with caiiilnl r.iwdcr in the shooting of RCMP constable Harold Stanley Scigcl during Uie 12-hoiir scige of a house. Charged is Jean Charles Checks pricing of Piuto car OTTAWA (CP) Consum- er Alfair.s Minister Ron lias fonl has promised to look into the pricing of the Pinto car by Ford Motor Co. ill Canada. He was replying in the Com- mons to E. B. Osier (L-Win- nipeg who said that a Pinto sold ill Vancouver costs less than the same car in Toronto and less than in Winnipeg. D'Auteuil, a resident of Ibe vil- I lagc of lie des Chencs, about 20 miles south of Winnipeg, Mo date lias been set for a court ap- pearance to answer the charge Constable Scigcl, 28, a native of Cobdcn, OnL. uho had been with the force for eight years. slain on duty Sunday night by a man holed up inside a bun- galow with a rifle. The constable, married and with a three-year-old son, was shot in the head about 7 p.m., nearly four hours after RCMP were called to the scene, lie died en route from the village to hospital. Copenhagen President Nixon and Walter J. Ilickcl, fired as interior sec- retary by Nixon last Novem- ber, got together again at. An- chorage, Alaska and had "a great, warm in the words of Hickel. Hickel, who has just publish- ed a book recounting his terms in the Nixon administration, was host to the president, Mrs. and members of the DiTsdcntial party at a recep- tion prior to Ihe arrival of Ja- panese Emperor llirohito. Th3 meeting between Nixon and Hickel was the first since Ihe White House announced last Nov. 26 Hickel had been dis- missed because of a lack of confidence" between Hickel and the president. TODAY 1 h e s e boys' heavyweight corduroy slacks are 8.98. Thursday at Eaton's QQ Ihey will be Il's No. 176 in o total of 600 outstanding first-day buys in EATON'S Thursday, Sept 30 to Saturday, Oct. 2 Look for all 600 first- day offerings in the 18- page sale flier deliver- ed jo your home in Wednesday's paper. leader stays on COPENHAGEN (AP) Prime Minister Hilmrir Bauns- gaard resigned today but imme- diately agreed lo head a care- taker government lliat will run Denmark until nn electoral standoff can be resolved. The stalemate resulted from parliamentary elections a week ago which left Baunsgaard's ruling coalition will) a 88-to-37 thin, party lead- ers agreed, to form a workable government. Only when elections are held in the Faeroe Islands Oct. 5, and when two legislators from Greenland make up their minds which party to support, can a coalition jell with strength enough to run the country. Baunsgaard has ruled with the coalition since 1968. He tried to fashion a workable coalition last week with a government in- cluding his coalition of Social- Liberals, Liberals and Conserv- atives, as as members of L h e opposition Social-Demo- crats. But the prime minister re- ported to King Frederick today that former prime minister Jens Otto Krag, the Social Demo- cratic leader, had rejected the proposed coalition. WALTER HICKEL Buries hatchet Driver killed at Westlock (CP) Daniel Alexander Anhorn was killed in a single vehicle accident on Highway 18 near this communi- ty 50 miles northwest of Ed- monton. The vehicle left the road and overturned in a ditch. CARPET and UNO (Complete Free EslimatesI No ObligalionI PHONE. 327-1578 CAPITOL FURNITURE 'The Carpet House ol the soulh" A Newfoundland election will be held before mid-December, Premier Joseph Smallwood snid in ?I. John's. lie tnit! in an inlonirrv the timing vnuicl not be by the Oct. 21 Ontario election. 4 It A.nerican heart specialist Dr, Paul Dudley said on ar- rival from Peking that he saw nothing during his stay in China to support rumors that Chairman Mao Tse-tu'.ig is sick. White, avyear-old Boston cardiologist, said he heard the speculation that Jlao is serious- ly ill only when ho listened to a radio broadcast. The Vatican says it is a "fa- tuous deduction" to think Pope Paul will abdicate, but it has confirmed the underlying causes of the speculation the agonies and frustrations of Paul's reign. An extraordinary broadcast Vatican radio on Pope Paul's T-Hli brithday Sunday aba denied recurring rumors that he is seriously ill. But it indicated he is tired and likened his life and work to increasing the impression conveyed in the past by the Pope himself that le considers his reign similar .0 the Calvary of Jesus Christ. Feminist Gloria Slch'.rm ol New York has suggested that President Niion and Vicc-Prrs- idcnt Spirti Agnew he given in- jections ol female hormones to keep them calm in crisis situa- tions. 'Female hormones are sup- posed to make one calm while male hormones make you ex- ited and she said Saturday. "Some men have used this as an example of why women should not be in poli- tics, but I disagree. 'It'- clear to me Ihe con- trary is true. In fact, I'd like tn see President Nixon and espe- cially the vice-president be giv- en something lo calm them while in office." She spoke before the annual meeting of the Florida Wom- an's Press Association. FIRST SALE The first sale of lots in New Westminster, B.C., took place June 1, 1859. Probe Home grants coming i plane crash EDMONTON (CP) Home owners throughout Alberta will begin receiving their home- owner grants shortly, Gary Pecknold of the municipal af- fairs department said Monday. EDMONTON (CP) Minis- try of transport personnel are Iryins to determine what caused a twin-engined aircraft to crash land in a school yard near the city's downtown indus- trial ail-port Monday. The de Havilland Twin Otter owned by Chevron Standard Ltd., crashed just half an hour before classes were to begin at the Athlone public elementary school in the northwest section of the city. No one was injured. The plane was piloted by Gor- don Alexander Cameron, 53, of Edmonton. The passengers were John Zedde, 49, of Ed- monton, a division superinten- dent for Chevron Standard, James Smart, 50, of Calgary, Douglas Sands, 51, of Seal Reach, Calif., Harold Sherman, 43, of Calgary and Fred Kuche- nig, 25, of Edmonton. iVo free shoes for ivelfure recipients NEW YORK (AP) The city health department has halted a practice in which some welfare recipients claimed they had flat feet in order io get free shoes. Welfare recipients had been obtaining special shoes at a rate of pairs a month I by getting prescriptions from podiatrists, said Deputy Health Commissioner Lowell E. Bcllin. The crackdown will save the city million yearly, Bellin said. He said 3d' to 40 podiatrists had been writing the pre- scriptions. Most corn'.T.unilies have al- ready submitted their requests for the grants, he said in an interview. The provincial government pays the various municipalities a lump sum which is either de- ducted from the property tax or sent to the home owner as a refund. The town of St. Albert, for example, had already received its payment and was in the pro- cess of preparing the cheques to be sent to home owners. A spokesman at St. Albert city hall said the cheques will be mailed by next week at the earliest. The grants are for each home owner unless he receives a pension or guaranteed income in which case the grant is The deadline for application for the grants is Dec. 31, Mr. Pecknold said. 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