Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE IETHBRIDCE MFRALO Thursday, September .10, 1971--------------------------------------------- Russia steps up attack oil U.K. spy expulsions (Former husband awarded I daughter of Bea lie's wife MOSCOW (AP) Russia, stepping up its attack on Brit- ain's expulsion of 105 Russians on 'spying charges, accused British intelligence today of using businessmen, lounsls, journalists and scienlisls in "subversive activities." A major article in the Com- munist party newspaper Pravda accused Britain of launching a 'witch-hunt'' and "whipping up a vicious anti Soviet cam- paign." The accusations were in an article by Viklor Mayevsky, one of Pravcla's top commenta- tors. He said I hat in the anti-Soviet campaign "a considerable role is played by the intention to conceal from public opinion the unseemly role of British intelli- gence services engaged in sub- versive activities against the So- viet Union and other countries of the Socialist community." "For ils sinister aims the British intelligence uses em- ployees ol British institutions in the U.S.S.K.. businessmen, tour- ists, journalists and scientists. More than once our press lias cited facts of Ihc espionage ac- tivities of some British citizens whom we had to put on trial or to expel from the Soviet Union." The Soviet linen so far has not taken the retaliatory mea- sures it threatened if Britain does not rescind die action against 105 Russians. In London, Ills British govern- merit urged Britons m the So- I viet Union l.o he more prudent than ever in obeying Soviet laws Thief 'booked' LORIVZ.vr. France (Renter) For a man stealing collection boxes from a church near here. The rector crept up on him and felled him with the Irook used to regisler christenings. to avoid reprisals over the spy controversy. Informed sources said busi- nessmen in particular have been advised "to avoid infrac- tions of Soviet law however minor and conduct themselves prudently in all respects." HOUSTON (flcuter) A civil One scene showed court judge W e d n e s d a y Miaring a bath till) with Kyoko. [awarded to British film director l.'n.v told the court: "1 tl.'ink it is Anthony Cox temporary custody of Kyoko, eight-year-old daugh- SIIA1IKS A IIATII Alberta still growing OTTAWA (CP) Statistics then added and deaths and cmi-: PINKO Ed- Canada look a educated gration I a ken off the Lotal. j ward island, Wednesday thai peo-j Last June 1, the bureau esti- Nova Scolia, pie were living in Canada on mated Ihc population Brunswick G32 June 1 this year. i 2U77.000. (6'4 0001- The federal statistics bureau All provinces except Saskat-' Quebec, nr his former 'in immoral for a dauebler to see I can'chrck'iVs'acciiracv when re-' chcnvan showecf incVe-ases "in I Ontar10' itr 01 nis loriiicr iiiiHiumc ID i a L" viiniinhn nan Yoko Ono now married Ue-illc hcr tlie al any I slllls latcr thls year, p op 111 a i i o n. That provineel '7T.37.oftj', Manitoba, Jchn Lennon "P1-" 'Rom (he federal census con-1 drormod (.0 from Alberta I.KH.OCO Mrs. fjcnnon was awarded The film also showed the ceie-, in June, on June 1. 1D70. n.fiCO.ODOi: British Columbia, visiting rights, brated marathon love-in when' population estimate is Estimates for Ihc oilier nrov- Yukon, The ruling came at a surprise i Lennon and Yoko Ono lay in a based on I lie census with luces, with June I. 1970 fimres 17.000 Northwest Terri- after Judge Peler Sohlo j Montreal hotel bed and talked I births nnd immigration since in b r a c k e t s: Newfoundland, tories. had indefinitely recessed a case. in which Cox sought permanent custody of the child, the subject of prolonged legal battles. Cox, who has remarried and lives in Houston, set up about love and peace to report- ers. Cox said the film showed Kyoko was being exploited. He also said he had lived in ,.L a fear of Yoko Ono. who he said projector in court Tuesday and had made physical attacks on showed a 35-minute film, taken him. She and Lennon. he said, when Kyoko was Lcnnons in 1969. i isiting the j had been persecuting him for vears. Hess niarks his 25th year in war crimes prison ALBERTA LIKES IT ON THE LIGHT SIDE. BUSINESS END OF A MOSQUITO The stinger or proboscis of a mosquito may hove fell this big as il pene- trated your skin on o summer nighl. This greatly magnifi- ed photograph of the member of hte Culioidae family was made by biologisls at Argonne National Laboratory use- ing a scanning electron microscope. The proboscis is in- serled inio a victim to suck blood. BERLIN (AP) Rudolf Hess marks Friday his 25th year in Spandau war crimes i j and his fifth year as its sole j prisoner. j The Western allies arc willing I to free the ailing, 77-year-old former deputy of Adolf Hitler.! f But tlie Soviet Union insists he serve his full life sentence. There is speculalion lh.il will add yet another chapler to his bizarre of pawn I in the search for a relaxation of I tensions between East and j West. It has been reported th il Chancellor Willy Brand! of West Germany, which as war repar lions pays more than S200.000 a i year to keep Hess in prison. In i promised Huss's son lo n terccde with lire Russians. Wolf Ruediger. 32. Hess' only child, is waging a campaign to h-ave his father freed. Hess has been in custody since he parachuted into Scot- land May 10, 1941, ostensibly with a peace plan. Hess was not convicted of war crimes but mainly of plotting and carrying oul aggressive war. ULs sentence Oct. 1, Hi-IB, anil he has been in Span- dan since llrai except lor four months in a British military hospital f FEATHE1S damn Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? You'll Find Out if You Visit Us fORSTfR AGENCY Ave. S. 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