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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETHBRIOGt IIERAIP April i. 1973 on letter charge iiAHKi.tm I'a. IAI') Or.e of Mic counts alleges a I he said wns the Importance and Aril-war piwsl Pliibp llerrigan conspiiv.ry by the defendants to cost of the ll-wcck-old trial. Ho kidnap House aide Jlcnry i. Jucl.w H Dixon Herman told has been guilty of smug- gling n letter out of a federal prison. The Hairisburg Seven jMy deadlocked on nine other i the I.'.S district court jury Sim- auinus tvsuinos deliberations lie would not let them stop Inlay. I (Hilxu-ulions because of whnl said lie would dismiss the jury only iiflor it became "hopelessly Tlio panel found Bcrrignn guilty Sunday Afternoon oE n Icltor out of prison. for which ho could get up lo 10 years in jail. Tlic decision was nttor 33 Iwurs of tour clays. MIXED FORECAST Most of Canada will have near- normal or below average lemperatures In tha next 30 days according to tho United States weather bureau, Pre- eipitalion is expected 'o be moderate over Weiiern areas and the Marliims wilh light precipation forecast for Quo- bee and parts of Onlario. COUNTS NOT Unresolved ivcro. llicso counts on wcueh (he jury .said it could not roach unanimous decisions: key conspiracy charge pninsL nil seven defendants to kidnap Kissinger, obtain guns sird explosives, blow up tunnels of a healing system in Washington, D.C.. nnd van- dalize draft board offices and oilier federal agencies nround the eounlry. counts that deal willi Ict'ors exc'hnngcfl by Hfirrigjin ami Sislcr Elizabeth McAlister containing a threat to kidnap Kissinger Uiat deal wilh attempts to smuggle prison mail: Uiree letters going out from the fed- oral pc-nileniiary at Lewisburg, Pa.r where Berrignn was incar- cerated In 1970, and tliree com- ing in from Sisler Elizabeth, Herman rejected a defence motion of prejudice because of the split verdict nt tho same time he ordered the jury to con- Linue deliberating. "It is a very difficult case to lha defendants and a very im- porUnit cose to the govenv- Uic judge told the ju- rors. __ "Because of the expense of the trial and the unlikelihood that in a retrial v-'e could gel a better jiuy, I'm going lo ask you to go back and try to reach a verdict on tho other counts." It was estimated that the month-old case has cost the gov' crnment nearly SI million, and the defence about half that. Slayings linked to drug trade LEAVE COURT AFTER ONE VERDICT COUNT Rev, Daniel Berrigon, centre, leaves llie federal building in Harrisburg, Pa., with hla arms around Eqbal Ahmad, left, and Sister Elizabeth McAlister, two cf iho in an alleged bomb-kidnop conspir- acy trial. Daniels brother Rev, Philip Berrigan, one of the defendants, was convicled of illegally smuggling a lelter out of a federal penitenliary. Jury relurns lamorrow 1o resume delilwralions on other counts. (AP Wirephoto) New fortune cookies rus SAN FRANCISCO (AP) This city's once staid fortune- cookie industry ia starling lo turn out an X-rated product. call them adult cook- says Eil Louie, bo5s of the Fortune Cookie Factory, lie's bocn in the business 2Ti years, and his father was a fculuiiL1 cookie maker tcfore him. "It wasn't really nny one per- son's he tays. "We eoU about four million pliilosophi- ral rookies a year, and now nboul ol these are aduH cookies, I'd like lo emphasize that we advise they be kept away from children. I "U'e're not nasty people. It gives people a laugh." Instead of such homilies as Student drowns fishing BARRIE. Ont. (CP) The Onlano Facial Credit parly has fyjnci iLseL' will] cxecu- lives, oarli claiming to hold r ov er the provincial party. About 70 delegates, split- evenly boHveen regular Social Credit members and mem- of the right-wing Ed- mund Uurke Society, renaiued Wosloni Guard, met Saturday mnniinc al llie Continental Itm, lull roudy behavior nt the first meeting resulted in the group being kicked out by manager lidwanl O'Reilly. Shouling matches erupted Film of Amcliitka sought by Greenpeace Foundation NICOSIA (neuter) Prosl- "Ihings are the i (ient Makarios said Sunday the adult cookies carry tidings Uial Cyprus government is ready to include: "Fat Fong say: man who make love to girl on hillside not on level." "Fat Pong say: r. legal secre- tary is any girl over 18." CASTLEGAR (CP) Edwin I "Fat Fong say: sex should Ilichards. a forestry student at Selkirk College at Castlegar, drowned wljile fishing on Kool- enay Lake near Kaslo in south- ern British Columbia. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) not IKJ tauglit in scliools unless teacher wants to learn." Adult cookies still arc orJy a small pcrccnlaRa Qf Hie total, makers report, but sales aie growing last Easier MOSCOW (AP) Nearly 10 inches of snow fell on Moscow early Sunday. Enosvplows work- ed in the pre-dawn hours and an army of shovellers lurncrt out lo clenr sidnwrilks and WEST VANCOIA'ER, B.C. (CP) The Greenpeace dntion. sponsor of a project protesting the U.S. nuclear blast on Amchitka Island last November, says it is giving the National Film Board until r' Thursday Lo return film docu- menting Hie voyage of tho ves- sel Greenpeace. In n telegram sent Saturday to NFB commissioner Sydney N'ewinan, foundation chairman Hen Mctcalfe said that i( tho film is not returned, legal pro- ceedings to secure iU relurn would begin. The film was shot as on NKB project by a member of the (jrcenpeaco crew and by NFB cameramen, who did not go on ihc The ilsclf. Greennence within COO miles or Amchilka, I discuss a general disarmament plan to reduce tension between .10 island's Turkisli and Greek communities. The president's stalemenl came in response lo a sugges- tion by Turkish premier jN'ihat Erim during his recent talks wilh President Nixon in Wash- ington that "llie Cyprus com- munities should hand over to the United Nations (or disarms-, ment purposes the arms in iheir in SllOOlOllt possession." Makarios said the Cyprus gov- ernment has always supported a sailed to Three killed at night club ATLANTIC C1FY, KJ. (AP) and up INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared by computer Est up especially for trie typical Canadian family, Benef relal's Income Tax Service is fully computerized. Your tax return inlor- "mation is calculated and triple-checked for Ihe lowsst tax by one of Canada's most modern computer pro- Cammed to do your taxes, Ar.t now. Avoid the niih, the Benelicial Finance office near you, or just drop in. Yoti're cpod for more at Beneficial. Beneficial IncomeTax Service Scrrlct ottbtBencBciilFitutctSyitnn solution to the Cyprus problem based on negotiation and not force of arms. Tlie government has repeat- edly made "certain suggestions aimed at llie general disarma- ment of the island in I erupted at a crowded night club here early today, authorities re- Two women killed and 11 Hounded ivlien ind a man were other persons a sliootout the statement added. The statement said the gov- ernment has also accepted the UN proposal ol Nov. 24, 1967, colling for a progressive reduc- tion in the armed forces j persons. ported. All of Ure dead and wounded wcro patrons aL tho Harlem Club, filled with more than 500 domilitnmation as the ultimate object "provided that guaran- tees will be given against for- eign military interventions." Greek- and Turkish-Cypriuts each maintain conscript forces H! about men throughout the island. Mario F. Florianl, public safety director, said the shoot- ing developed from a feud that began la.st fall when or.e gang hijacked a heroin ship- ment from another undcnvorld an Island In the Aleutian chain, .o dramatize opposition to the lest of a large nuclear device, but was forced lo return home when the dale of the blast was rescheduled. VKHBAI, TACT Mr. Mclcalfc said in n tele- gram thai Barry HowelU of the NFB had agreed verballj Lhat all film shot would be Ac- veloped by (he NFB nnd tha' prints of the film would be sup- plied to Die Greenpeace Foun dalion. In relnrn, Ihe NFB was to have full rights Lo use the film. Mr. Metcalfe said Uic foun dalion's parent body, the lion Make A Wave Committee agreed lo Ihe Nt'B project "n! thonrjh some members had be- come aware that Uic pro- jccl was In reality a sub terfuge concocted by the Solic ilor General (Jean Pierr Goycr) nnd tho KCMP. The purpose of the "snbter Mr. Metcalfe said, wa lo record on film the views o Ihc Members of the Don' Make A Wave Committee an llie Greenpeace crew for "se curity reasons." He said the reason the com mittee agreed to the projec- was that it wanlcd a complel film record of its work, hi now, despile several telephor calls and lellcrs requesting II return of the film, it was sti being held by Ihe NFB. He said Mr. Howells had e plained in a Lclephone conve salion Lhat uas laped Lhat th film project had been suppres ed hy ''people nt the lop" fi "political reasons." Mr, M e t c a I f e s lolegra: said: "The Greenpeace, in Its inlegrily, is, of course, not Co corned with the political re and Turkey each hnvp slifihtly wounded by a gunshot, a regular army battalion sla-Jsaid tlie shootini; eniptcd tioncd here under tlie treaties i around 2 3 in. shortly after lii-'il at'coinpanierl the 1160 inclc- sing'-r Billy (In1 mnin lo supress the Ilicbard Jenkins, wlio was film Although we do wish (o c pcndcncc agrcc.meal. The UN peace force- esUh lishorl eiglit years ago now con- sists ot about men from seven countries Canada, Aus- Iria, Britain, Denmark, Finland, Ireland and Sueden. lion, bad hrgiiu lus "Two ftrj'.n got up, they stalled Jenkins said He said gunshots followed ar.d "everybody hit the Qcnr." CORNER 4TH AVE. 6TH ST., LETHBR1DGE Blrtg.) 327.8565 OPal EVOIIIIGS PHONE TOD Coming this Week FAMILY 'There were guys pulling guns from all over Ihe ho added. The dead were icienlified Tyrone Palmer, 2-1, Rene Cuff, 2-1, and Pamela Pollard, 23, all of Philadelphia. Listed in critical condition in hospital was Jenkins' wife llmh, 25, of Willinfiboro, N.J., and Gil- bert Sailer-white, also 23, of i Philadelphia. Four olhtr suffered gunshot wounds while IJie rest injured by flying glass, j officials said. I "They couldn't possibly fee i who they were firing Jen- kins said. "The lights were so dim." Police Capt, James Dooney said the Shootout appeared lo havo starlet! spontaneously, "al- though (here was some evidence of a grudge, BOmo ol Ihe people knew each other." vhen paly president Dr. mnes Mr-Gillivray of Colling- I'ood said Llial any member of he guard, or anyone had his Social Credit membership card signed by a Veslem Guard official, would ioL be flowed to attend closed meetings. After the delegates lefl, on ;rio jjisislenL'e of Mr. O'Keilly and eight BalTie police offi- cers he had called earlier, the Western Guard moved, lo a Roman Catholic separate school In Tiarrie and elected they called D new execu- tive for Ihe Social Credit party lo replace llie one headed by Dr. MuGiHivray. Jack Morrison, 2G, of To- ronto, vas elected president and Paul Frumin, 20, and Lawrence Slichmann, 25, both f.i Toronto, were chosen vice- presidents. Mr. l-'romm said in an inter- view niter the meeting Unit Dr. McGillivray is no longer president but only a regular meniljer and any meetings be may call >vould be of no im- portance. In n telephone Interview, Dr. McHillivr.iy said tlie old executive is the only legal one. He said dial aL a meeting In Itcgina earlier Ihis year the national executive decided that membership in IJie West- ern Guard is incompatible with membership in the Social Credit party and that Western Guard members woidd no longer be legal Social Credit members. [I would be up to the na- tional executive to rule on which provincial executive is legal, he said. VANCOUVER (CP) City police say they believe tho slay- ing of a man and n woman Good Friday In a Point Gi-cy- area house is linked with tlie underworld drug trade. A spokesman Enid Sunday the victims, Bernard Shepherd, 41, and Belly Slein, 2J, with whom he was living, were Involved in the drug trade. Their gagged, bound and stabbed bodies, were found in a bathtub Friday night after fire- men extinguished a fire which Three hurl in two-car collision SALMON, B.C. (CP) The Salmo-Creslon section of High way part of Ihe southern Trans-Canada Highway was blocked Sunday night when two vehicles were involved in a rear-end collision near a wood en bridge, burst into flames and destroyed part of the bridge. Tluee persons, two women and a man, were injured and taken lo hospital in Nelson, 2 miles north of Salmo. However they were nol believed to be se riously hurt. Highway officials say repair, were being made to the bridg' and it was expected to be opei to traffic lale today. Traffic wa being diverted t the Kootenay Lake ferries, miles east of Nelson, on Higl way 3A. Officials put on exlr ferries Sunday night. illowed explosion In a fractured ousc. Shepherd had kull and Miss Slcin liad neck urns. Tlie spokesman said lliey allackcd about 8 p.m., and iieir assailanl or asallants oiircd gasoline over tlie bodies md nround the house, then lg- lilcd it. causing Ihc explosion. Neighbors said they saw a man run from tlie house after 10 explosion. Shepherd, who bad a criminal ecord going back 25 years In Canada and the United States, vas to have appeared in court Thursday on a charge of illegal jojsession of an nulomalie pts- ol. The charge slcmmed from lis arrest Feb. 25 in Vancou- ver's skid road area. Miss Stein, also known by tha name ol Ilumann, came to Can- ,da from the U.S. two years ago. She worked as a hat-check and cigarcllc girl in a night- club. Body of Indian youth found on reserve GLENWOOD The body of Lsuis Chief Moon, 10, was found on Uie Blood Indian Reserve, near here by local residents shortly after 6 a.m. Sunday. The cause o[ is un- known. Coroner Dr. R. Kusscll of Card.-ton has order- ed an autopsy 1ml ia un- decided aliotii an inquesL. Glenwocd is houl 350 miles southeast of I-cthnridge. Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSKT Trudeaus participate in parade Piiieher Crrrk Medicine Hat Kdmonlon Grande Prairie Banff Victoria Penticton Prii'.fe George Kamlonps Vancouver Sai-katuon Hegina Winnipeg Toronto ___ Ottawa Montreal...... Chicago NTew York Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix..... Rome Paris London Amsterdam ___ Moscow Stockholm Tokyo KOHKCASTS Irfllibridge II L Prc 21 .06 31-1 27 IS .01 .21 7 22 -1 3.1 12 .01 .'it 13 .'12 411 32 7 50 9 m D .02 37 27 38 27 27 .05 39 31 51 35 77 57 n.) rr, sa 72 4.1 51 69 55 50 58 42 30 -23 58 36 Today nnd Tuesday: Main ly. Runny. Hifjtis in llir mill 30s. Ixiws zero five above, IJighs TUCE- day near JO. Mnlicinc Hat Today: Be- coming sunny Uiis morning. Highs in the mid 30s. Ixrws near 10 Tuesday: Main- ly sunny. Highs near 40. Calgary Today: Occasion- al snow becoming sunny early Uiis ni'lenioan. Highs near 30. Lows near 10. Tues- day: Mainly sunny. Higluj near Columbia, ar.d Tuesday: Sunny bul cool. Highs today nnd Tuesday 45 to 50. Lows tonight 15 (o 25. Montana n ICast of Continental Partly cloudy today and Tues- day v-ith widely scattered snow showers east portion. Continu- ed coo] loday. A little warmer Tuesday. Highs Loday 30s nnd lows JCs. Lows tonight. 15 to 25. Highs Tuesday 45 to 55 west 35 to 45 cast portion. Wesl of Continental Divide- Fair today and tonight. Cloudy wilh scattered showers Tues- day. A lillle warmer. Highs to- day mostly 40s. Lows tonight 10 to 25. Highs Tuesday 45 to 55. press our regret as Canadia Ihat the should have si: rendered its' DMTI integrity I Jampolsky elected ATA president KUMO.VrOS Murray Jampolsky, supervisor of staff development for llie Edmonton Public School Board, was elect- ed president of the Alberta Teachers Association Saturday. Mr. Jampolsky, who defeat- ed J. F. Laylon of Innisfail, in a two-way race, takes office July L. V.. RappcTl tit Calgary and n. V. Mundcll of Sherwood Park were elected vlce-prcsi- dcnls for 1OT2-73 .iust prior to opening of the association's an- nual three-day meeting SBtur- dny. AI.TA LAKE, B.C. (CP) Prime Minister Trudcaii and bis wife Margaret ended a day of skiing Sunday with a visit to the V.'hisller Mountain chapel for Easter services. The couple nearly six j hours on tho slopes, and are ex- ;vlr' i peeled to stav at the ski resort SPECIALS! SPECIALS 1 4 AT r- j o ;0r at l EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER fill SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACF1ES A DAY AND EUMINATE BACKACHE uiolhcr day. departed from I privacy least Mr. usual desire for Whistler, where he and his wile honeymooned afler their mar- riage last year, to take part in the community's annual Easter parade Saturday. He sat in an open convertible, leading Hie 17-flnat parade- along a five-mile route, The celebration was also oc- casion for a rare public appear- ance hy Ihc Trudenus' three- monlli old son Juslin. Mrs. Tnideau, holding Juslin In her arm.1-, waved lo the pa- PlOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MID-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKIY AND EA5IIY WE Will ACCEPT BARIEY AT AND WHEAT AT PIR BUSHEL WHILE STOCKS LAST (IKI'lt I AS or TODAY COUIITKSV Of-' A.M A All in the rade from llie balcony of Uic district nre bare and mountain condominium owned dry anr" in good winter driving bv licr falhor, .fames Sinclair, condition, former federal fisheries minis- ter. Fear attack BEIIUJT (Renter) A daily bulletin issued by Ihe Palestine Notional Lilicration movement said here Sunday Israel might be planning a military attack on LcbanoD wiihio days. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Cslgary Banff is bare and dry. Tianff-Go'dcn, bare dry. Golren to Rcve'- sloke is ge :erally bare w! h so.no ,ce er.d I ioi.J. Molorisls are f.dviscd to watch for frosl heaves in Ibis area. I3anff-Hariium highway is moslly hare uith occasional slipptry sections. Banff-.Ii.sper highway is in good winter driving condition. Snow tires or cbnins are re- quired on any TORTS OF FNTOY (Optnln" and nosing Coullj 24 hours; CVinvay 9 a.m. (o 6 p.m.; [ionita ft .m. (o S p.m.; liooscville, D.C. 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; B.C., 24 hours; Porthill Itykcrtj 8 a.m. lo midnietiL Chief Mountain dosed, WiWiorsc, 8 to 6 p.ra, ;