Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 TH! LETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Auguit 15, 1970 __________ Editor Pornography PRAGUE (Reuters) Czech- oslovakia's abundance of strip- tease shows, nude photo maga- zines, beauty contests and lot- teries was denounced today as survivals of bourgeois morality survivals that will be hard to stamp out. Jan KUment, cultural editor ot the Communist party daily Hude Pravo, also deplores "commercialized sex and eroti- cism" and the excessive publi- cation of detective stories. He- cites the recent defection Michener At Whitehorse WHITEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) Gov.-Gen. Roland Jlichener, who flies today to Dawson, Y.T., to take part in Discovery Day celebrations, said Friday night that perhaps Yukoners should consider it as "Rediscovery Day." "This could signify the dis- covery of yourselves" and your discovery by he said du.lng a speech about 150 persons at a special dinner or- ganized by the territorial gov ernufnt. Discovery Day is r.lebrated in Dawson to commemorate the discovery of gold in The Yukon in 1886. For three fe- verish years after the discov- ery thousands of adventurers poured into the area. i to West Germany of Kirslis Hanzalova, Miss Czechoslovak! of as an example of tl consequences of the current cti tural permissiveness here. Miss Hanzalova refused to rt turn home after competing i the 1970 Miss Universe contcs in Miami Beach, Fla. Striptease shows have flour ished here since the Augus 1968, invasion by Russian an other Eastern European troops although the first few show- were put on shortly before th invasion. For the last three years, mag azines with photographs of nudi women have been published am sold widely. The photograph are the kind usually found in se- rious Western photographj magazines, rather than men', magazines. One theory advanced here Is that such soft-cere pornography is being tolerated because i: takes men's minds off politics. Kliment sees little hope for a quick restoration of puritanica Communist morality. 'The recent renaissance of petty bourgeois morality is bearing its fruit and will do so for a very long he says Farms Flooded VIENNA (AP Floods and storms in Czechoslovakia have adversely affected crop yields, the Czechoslovak news agency CTK said Thursday. In Slovakia alone farm losses were esti-! mated at some million. V N i V" Perjury Charges Against Constable FIL11NG World War .oday. Tr. oe scuntea of water Liberty sh.pSS Lebaron Russell Bnggs continues to take 282 miles off Cape Kennedy, Flo., if original plans are on ,i, last load of cargo at the Sunny Point, N.C., Army followed. Rough seas today indicated a delay n he sink terminal as crews load two trainloads of deadly nerve gas ing WATCHERS, MEETS EVERY TUESDAY 1 p.m. and p.m. El RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trust only tha original Weight Watchers (IM) to watch your weight. Hundreds of thousands have done it successfully You can, fool REGISTRATION MEETING MEN WOMEN TEENAGERS For Further Information Call 328-5832 Final Effort To Discredit Witness KAMLOOPS (CP) Tin- charges of perjury have be laid against an RCMF undo cover constable resulting fro testimony he gave in the tri of one of 20 persons arrestc here in a narcotic roundup la month. Charged is Const. Robe Cameron Cumming. Informations leadings to 11 charges one brought Thur, day and two more PWday were sworn by Hartley Mulh gan, 21, and Frederick Weldo Montgomery, 24, both of Kam loops. Mulligan charged that durin the trial of Joseph Claud Pierce, 22, of Kamloops, o Wednesday, Cumming. commil ted perjury when he testifie that he did not carry a switch blade knife while conductin his undercover investigation Pierce is charged with tw counts of trafficking in hashish Mulligan also charged Uia Cumming committed perjury by testifying that he did no carry a pistol during the inves tigation. Montgomery charged that Cumming committed perjury when he testified that he never passed marijuana or any other narcotic substance to anyone while working under cover. Trial of the first charge in- LOS ANGELES (AP) "I'm telling you the shouted Linda Kasabian, her face red with anger, as Charles M. Man- son's lawyer began a last effort to discredit the state's chief wit- ness in the Sharon Tate murder I trial. The outburst came Friday as Irving Kanarek challenged the petite green-eyed witness's tes- timony that she once believed the shaggy-haired Manson was Jesus Christ, but stopped believ- ing that during the Tate killings a year ago. "I guess you would call it a she said. "1 had a vi- ;ion in my head and I saw who he really was when I saw those things kdllin; at the Tate home. Kanarek asked if Mrs. Kasabian still perhap believe Manson was Christ when h took her and other followers o a second foray which she say ended with the slayings o wealthy market owners Leo and Rosemary LaBianca. Mrs. Kasabia: shouted. "I'm telling you th truth, Mr. Kanarek. I real ized the moment I saw Mr. Fry kowski that I knew who he (Manson) was." WATCHED HIM DIE She has testified that u stood outside the Tate mansion the night of Aug. 9 and saw two of five victims slain. Wojieiech Frykowski, a visitor at the Tate of vital interest to all Alberta Taxpayers ORDER YOUR JFREE COPY COMPLETE AND MAIL THIS COUPON Guerrillas Negotiate MONTEBIDEO (AP) A meeting in a Uruguayan jail cell may hold the key to the release of a United States agronomist and a Brazilian dip- lomat held hostage by anti- government guerrillas. Haul Sendic, 44, a top leader c' tlie labels who was arrested last week during a search for the hostages met Friday night with other jailed Tupamaros, presumably to dis- cuss the fate of Claude L. Fly, 65, an agriculture adviser from Fort Collins, Colo., and Bra- zilian Consul Aloysio Mares Dias Goniide, 41. _ Police and government offi- cials refused to comment on the meeting in the Punta Car- retas prison near Montevideo, where an estimated 200 Tupa- maros are imprisoned. But there was speculation that it the beginning of some sort of negotiation be- tween the guerrillas and the police or between the jailed guerrillas and the kidnappers. QUAKE HITS CHILE SANTIAGO (AP) _ A strong earth tremor shook north-cen- tral Cliile Thursday but caused no major damage, and no cas- ualties were reported. Residents of Llay-Llay, La Calera and Quillota, about 50 miles north- west of Santiago, ran from their homes in panic. home, stumbled wounded ou the door and died before he eyes, she has said. Manson, 35, is on trial fo murder-conspiracy along wit Susan Atkins, 21, Patricia Kren winkel, 22, and Leslie van Hous ten, 20. Questioning of Mrs. Kasabia under recross-examination wa interrupted when Kanarek pro- duced a defence witness am asked that deposition testunon' be taken without the juri present. The witness, who identifiec limself as Cpl. Jon Marsh o. he U.S. marines said that in July, 1969, he and a friend met Mrs. Kasabian and Miss Atkins at a beach. Marsh said Mrs. Kasabian asked his friend, called "Pi- if he had a hallucinogenic rug called psilocybin. He said the friend gave her some, she poured it in her mouth and then 'they were jumping up and own around the beach and wimming." "They had some dogs with lem." TORY DIFFERS When Mrs. Kasabian resumed he witness stand, she was sked if she had taken psilocy- earlier testimony that she took only one hallucinogenic drug that month and she didn't know what it was. She said she had been in the beach area about that time, but not on the beach itself, didn't know anyone named Picolo and hadn't been accompanied by dogs. The 23-year-old marine, upon leaving court, was seized and handcuffed by a military police- man and a shore patrolman. Authorities said later he had leave papers which indicated he should have been in San Fran- cisco Thursday night and was absent without leave. The prosecution concluded its redirect questioning of Mrs. Casabian earlier Friday, elicit- ng testimony that Manson took 2itber a sword or a gun into the ipme of the LaBiancas the night they were slain. Mrs. Kasabian, 21, mother of wo and former clan member, vas granted immunity from rosecution for her testimony bout the seven slaymgs. She in in July, she reiterated Open To View British Tourist Authority has arranged an "Open to View" ticket, and catalogue, for 700 sightseeing attractions all over Britain. Included are many well-known ones like Tower of London, Blenheim Palace and Caernarvon Castle where the Prince of Wales had his inves- titure. Tickets are good for any 21- day period and must be pur- chased in Canada. Available from any office of P. Lawson Travel Ltd. or by sending to its Toronto office at 2 Carl- ton Street. BTA says price equals six normal admission charges. I volving testimony about posses- sion of n knife was set for Sept. 8. No date has been set for trial of the other two charges. Tlie Pierce trial, in winch Cumming is the chief crown witness, has been adjourned until the perjury charges are dealt with. Trial of others arrested i n the July roundup also are being delayed pending the outcome of the perjury trials. Most in- volve trafficking in soft drugs. Ruby McFarland Funeral Held Funeral services for Ruby Jary McFarland, SO, were held "uesday in Calgary where she died Aug. 8. She was the mother of Er- lest R. McFarland, former city susinessman and head of the :ainai Chieftainship organiza- ion. She was predeceased by her usband John I. McFariand of 'algary. Officer tripped Of Power HONG KONG (AP) One of hina's 10 field marshals, Yeh hien-ying, 73, has been tripped of all positions and ower and has been forced into etiremerit, Chinese arriving om Kwangtang province re- orted today. There was no ndi- ation of just why Yeh was urged. During his career ho ad been mayor of Peking, ayor of Canton" and chief of e Kwangtung military district. HALE OPTICAL COMPANY LTD -if Gary Morlin Dispensing Optician 07 6th St. S. 327-7135 int.) WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT was taken out a back door of le courthouse Friday to spend he weekend at a hideaway partment, guarded by two po- cemen and a matron. Mrs. Kasabian resumes the e ABOVE lO. ZERO AT 14- SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET stand Monday. PROVINCIAL WORKSHOP ORCHESTRA AND CHORALE (OVER TOO MUSICIANS) Yefes Memorial Cesifre Tuesday, August 18th At p.m. ADULTS STUDENTS 50e Proceeds To Kiwanis Band Uniform Fund Lcthbridge 72 -14 .02 Pincher Creek ..72 40 (approx) 72 40 Medicine Hat 69 43 .06 Edmonton......65 42 .04 Jasper.......... 73 44 Banff............69 39 Calgary..........69 42 Victoria...... 74 51 Penticton........81 80 Prince George 65 42 Kamloops.......80 55 Vancouver.......71 54 Saskatoon....... 61 48 .10 Hegina..........73 50 .01 Winnipeg........ 80 54 Thunder Bay 87 62 .23 Toronto .......88 66 Ottawa......... 87 66 Montreal........ 89 69 St. John's........74 63 Halifax ..........82 60 Charlottetown .88 64 87 73 Chicago......... 87 73 Los Angeles.....77 64 90 82 FORECAST Letlibridgc, Medicine Hat Today and Sunday mainly sunny. High today mid-708 except near SO in Lethbridge and Medicine Hat regions. Lows fojiiglit 45 to 50. 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