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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April 19, 1972 THE IFtHBRIDGE HERALD 13 jr-nTT" WINNER COUAPSES Nina Kuscalk, 33-year-old housewifo from long Island, N.Y., collapses on floor of dressing room after winning women's division or me BAA maralhon. Nina, the mother of two children woi the first woman to officially finish the Hopkinton to Bosior, roce. (AP W.rephcto hermit CALGARY (CP) Tho life, of a hermit is over for Jacob Fediuc who wanted to "do a bit of thinking" on Ms own last Tlie 50-year-old recluse built a shack alongside windswept Chestermere Lake, just east of Calgary, and spent the winter in temperatures which at times hit Btt-to-70-degrecs below zero. The last signs of his hermit Disease strikes rare musk oxen PEKING (Reuler) Two rare musk oxen presented to China by tlie United States arc suffering from a serious skin disease and officials at Peking zoo expressed anxiety Tuesday over this development as thou sands of Chinese flocked to sec the animals. Zoologists here say tlie dis case could be passed on to otlie animals in the zoo and they ar concerned over the health oE til oxen. The oxen, named Milton an Matilda, arrived here last wee by a U.S. Air Force plane. Th aircraft returned to carrying two gift I the American people from tt Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee. existence went up in s m o k uesday when workmen burn his driftwood stockade. Monday, he washed his the lake and walked away uying he was beaded lor Man oba where his family owns arm. What little warmth he g rom the stockade come from wood stove he fashioned rom pots and pans found in a art age area near his make- hilt home. Sometimes he would fish hrough the ice of the lake for ood, and occasionally people iving near tlie area would jrlng Wm supplies. REFUSED TO MOVE The hermit refused to move from his shack despite offers of a from relatives in the lalgary area. "I think I'll slay for the win- ter and do a bit of thinking on my own I just want to get away for a he said in an interview last December. The workers uncovered pots, bottles, a thermos and on electric frying pan. There were a few newspapers in the area, a half-bottle of what looked like wine, and mice lots of mice. Before he left, Jacob told a friend he got his thinking done and it was time to move on. Sweepstakes probe urged by Sykes CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes said here he isn't satisfied with a police report of an investigation into the opera- tions of the Stampede Futurity Sweepstakes. "There are slill some ques- tions that have not been an- swered and I intend to ask tlie Calgary Police Commission to find tho answers lor the mayor said. The investigation concluded the operation, run hy the Cal- ary Exhibition and Stampede ioa'rd, is working properly. It as ordered after a city res- dent complained that his tick- s were not included in two arly draws. IISTAKB MADE The police report said 186 ickets sold for the weekly raws were not included in the irst two held !n March, but iave been included in the rest. A mistake was apparently made by one of the agencies vhlch sells the tickets. Mayor Sykes said he Intends to write a" letter to the Stam xide board concerning the mat .er, adding he would like to see an independent investigation into the sweepstakes. The major prize In the sweepstakes is whicl will be awarded to the person holding a ticket on the winning horse following the running of Ihe futurity, a race for two year old thoroughbreds foaled in Canada, scheduled for Sept. 16. Rapeseed incentives impossible OTTAWA (CP) Incentives to keep rapeseed production at sufficient levels to meet world demand are Impossible until lha crop is brought under the con- trol of the Canadian wheat board, Agriculture Minister II. A. Olson said here. He was answering a Com- mons question by former prime minister John Dietennaker who said rapeseed had a large over- seas market which might not be satisfied because of an antici- pated acreage reduction of 37 per cent this year. Mr. Diefenbaker wanted ei- ther an incentive payment or a floor price established "so thai the production of rapeseed will keep up with demands." Sharpened 1 Gtourid (o a uniform i by ith (tic fincst commercial i equipment available. Bring in allyout i scissors, voiirncigtibout's loot All wots Jone while you shop. 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