Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, 8. "72 THE LSTHBRIDGE HERAID 17 Jailed by federal grand Jury By ANDHKSON WOUTll, Tex. (Al'J The Iradilonal luck of the Irish rr.n onl in Tcxns for fivo New Yorkers, juiltx! because they won'l talk nllwd rmininK lor the Irish cnii Army. The Fort Worth Five an: held for refusing lo testify before a federal grand jury InvcstiKaliiiK rrported arms purchases in Pallas and Fort Worth. They will IK held until the grand jury disbands Nov. 2 or they decide lo purge their contempt bv aKrceiiif! to testify. 'This week, a three-judge panel of the r.lh United State: rircuit court of appeals uplielc. the contempt sentences handed down in U.S. District Court by .Indue Uo J'.rcw.stcr. Kenneth Tienioy, a red- haired Irishman of was jailed June 20 when he declined lo talk ever, when promised im- munity from prosecution. He v.cnl on a hunger strike for about a but jail officials say lie is eatinj', well now and in good physical condition. Nino days later, Tierncy was joined by tlie four others- Thomas Laffey, 32; Daniel Crawford, 45; Malhias Ileilly, SI and Paschal Morahan, Reilly and Crawford are Uritish subjects. Laffey was born in Ireland but is a naturalized U.S. citi7.cn. Why Aren't You, A Good Talker? American part chooses Schmitz crimination through use of their own testimony against them; lie didn't guarantee them free- dom frnm all prosecution. Testimony during the brief ee hearing before Brcwster ed j touched on the grand jury in- vestigalion of possible viola- tions of the federal gun control law, the Organized Crime Act, the foreign agents registration law and conspiracy statutes. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The right-wing American party nominated conservative Con- gressman John 'Hep. j...... presidential campaign vowing lie would run not nn inde- A noted publisher In Chicag reports a simple tech everyday conversation v pay you real dividends and business advancer works like magic poise, iclf-confidc! cr popularity. :h con social I and flivo yo" md Qreal- According lo publisher, many people do nol roaluc how much Ihoy could influence others limply by who! ihey say oncl how lhcy say il. Whether in busines, ot sociol functions, or even in casual conversations with new acquaintances Ihcrc are ways lo moke a flood impression every limo you talk. To acquaint the readers ol Ihii paper with the easy.lo-follow rules for developing skill in cv. erydoy conversation, Ihe publish ors have printed full details o I h e I r inleresling iclf-lraining melhod In a new "Ad ventures in whicl will bo moiled free la anyom who requests if. No obligation Send your name, address, anc lin code to: Conversation, 555 E. lanae SI., Depl. A78-93, Mun- delein, III. 60060. A postcard will do. ADVT. Calif.) as its presidential nomi- nee here after Gov. George Wallace of Alabama flatly told the party's convention hy tele- phone tic could not he it.s stand- ard bearer. Schmilz '51, was nominaled on the first ballot after Wallace asked Hint the movement to draft him be slopped. "1 hope you honor my re- quest and do not draft Wallace told the convention hy a telephone hook-up. Schmitz, a member of the John Ilirch Society, describes the Ill-publicans and Democrats a.s "the two wings of Ihe social- ist party." He was defeated in a Re- publican primary election ear- lier this year in his bid for re- election to the House of Repre- sentatives. Schmitz claimed his rlefcat was engineered by Pres- ident Nixon, whoso home dis- he represents. Schmitz has been critical of Nixon's policies towards China -ind Russia and of his wage and irice controls. .Vallace spoke lo the con- vention from Birmingham, where ho is recovering 'rom gunshot wounds that have eft him partially paralysed. Hi- was shot last May wiiilo cam paigning in Laurel, The American party origi naled as a vehicle for Wallace'; third-party bid for the pros! dcncy in 1908. Wallace wen Democrat, pcnclrat. Srhrnitz posted a first-ballot victory over lA.-Gov. lister Maddox of Georgia, publisher Tom Wanderson, lawyer Rich- ard Kay mid Florida banker Al- len Greer. tSURMUea CHARGEX VINYL COVEBED CHAIN WIRE FENCE For More l-.formulion D. CRAIG "PORTER Lclhbridge Ph. 328.0924 plotters convicted ATHBNS (AP) Five Greeks censed of plotting to kidnap ohn F. Kennedy Jr. were con- iclcd by a military trihunal ''riday night of gathering lo orrn a conspiracy againsl Iho ireck military regime. The court issued sentences ranging [rom one year suspend- ed to three years and three months in prison. Three other defendants were acquitted. 'Hie eight defendants were ar- rested July 15 on charges of "conspiring to commit illegal acts." A later indictment charg- ed them witli having planned lo kidnap such persons as young Kennedy and a Greek-Ameri- can businessman, Thomas Pap- pas. Kennedy, whose mother Jac- queline is married to Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, usually spends his summers in Greece. Tlic indictment also charged Hint the group planned to form sounds fashioned after t h e South American Tupamaro rev- olutionaries, rob hanks and carry out kidnappings for ran- som, and that they had aimed to overthrow the regime. I.AHGK I'KEY A wolverine has known lo kill and eat even full-grown deer and moose that were stuck in deep NOTICE From the PROVINCE OF ALBERTA LIQUOR LEGISLATION COMMITTEE PUBLIC HEARINGS LETHBRIDGE September 16, 1972, a.m. El Rancho Motor Hotel Tho Litjiior Legislation Committee appointed by Iho Attorney General for Ihe Province of Alberta, invilcs interested pnrlies and members of llio general public lo submit briels representations in writino with respect lo suggested changes in existing ligtior Inws, nnd procedures, Twelve copier, of written submissions containing a summary of the representations being mode, should bo forwarded to tbe Committee, lo bo received not later than August 21sl, 1972. The Cnmmilleo may rogucst lh.nl the pnrlies making submissions present an oral slalomonl in support of their wrillen submission fit the hearing. Please supply return address and telephone number with your submission. 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