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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 12, 1970 Prisoners want change of location lor trial PRINCE ALBERT (CP) A spokesman for six prisoners charged with mischief follow- ing a Nov. 21J fire at tlie Sas- katc h e w a n penitentiary fold Judge J. Pi. Oiner Ardiambault Friday that they would not get a fair trial in Prince Albert. Joseph 0 v i d e MacDonald, one of Ihosc charged, said the prisoners fell a change of ve- nue was necessary because Ma- yor Val Longworth "seems to have become involved in Uic af- lairs of uic penitentiary" and they would not get a fair trial from the people of Prince Al- bert. The prisoners said [heir re- quest results from a telegram the mayor sent to the commis- sioner of penitentiaries and the solicitor general protesting an Jl man prison break on Nov. 25. Judge Archainhault said their Wins 'A' section NOBLEFOflD (Special) The opening bonspicl of the No- I bleford Community Ice Centre wound up with the Ron Kony- nenbelt rink, skipixxl by James Iloi'i uigiGii, Ji, winning the 'A" section. The Richard Deimuth was runner-up. In the "B" section, the Bei Pearson rink, skipped by Ro Jensen, was vieioi'ius, defea ing the Gordon Luchia rink. WE ARE PLEASED TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO DO THE PAINTING and DECORATING for ihe new JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) ITD. COMPLEX extend our sincere Besf Wishes for Every Success. SCHULZ PAINTING DECORATING LTD. 1706 23rd Street S. Phone 327-6986 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN THE NEW JUBILEE MOTORS COMPLEX BY Bill's Electric Coaldale Ltd. COALDALE PHONE 345-3639 WE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS ON THEIR GRAND OPENING. It is indeed a pleasure for us to extend Sincere Best Wishes to JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD. on their Grand Opening! WE ARE PLEASED TO HAVE PLAYED A PART IN THE CONSTRUCTION. HAMILTON FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. 909 3rd Avenue 5. Phone 327-5454 request would have to be con- sidered after Uicy choose Wai by jury or by judge. MacDonald replied that no plea or election would be given until they received legal aid. The six wero then remanded to Dec. 18. Also charged with mischief arc Michael Lester ViUebrun, John Joseph Osborne, Ian Her- rod, Lloyd Moffat; and Victory George Asham. The fire broke out just after prisoners linisiied watching ttie Grey Cup game on television. The fire damaged the auditor- ium and recreation centre. Moffat is also charged with forceably seizing a penitentiary guard. He entered no plea and was remanded to Dec. 18. Contraceptive vending machines licence conies before council EDMONTON (CP) City council will be asked Monday to approve a licence for con- traceptive vending madiines in restaurants and bars. The request was made be- cause the city's licencing act dealing with vending machines provides no scale for such ma- chines. About 50 contraceptive vend- ing machines have been in- stalled in the city. Such machines will assist In the fight against the growing incidence of venereal disease, Donald Jones, owner of O.K. Vending, said. POSTMEN AT HEART About 350 persons demonstrating on behalf of the G. la- palme Inc. drivers, left jobless last spring when the company lost a mail contract in Mon- treal, march on Parliament Hill Wednesday in a heavy snowfall. Lapalme Inc. lost the contract following a union-government argument over employment conditions. Pope continues peace struggle VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul said today that the "de- mons of and racial hatred and struggles for rising up again to impede world peace. But in his annual New Year's peace message, released in ad- ance, the Pope also asserted that "peace marches on" be- cause public opinion is con- vinced of "the absurdity of war pursued for its own sake." For the fourth straight year, (an. 1 has been named by the Pope as a World Day of Peace. Roman Catholics throughout the world are called upon to eele- >rate it as such. In a 13-page message, unu- sually long for the occasion, the 'ope reviewed the years since he Second World War and checked off successes and fail- ures in the pursuit of peace. Then he declared: "Peace Is again thought of as no more than a balance of mighty forces and of terrifying armaments. Once again people feel a tremor of fear lest some catastrophic imprudence might lead to incre- dible and uncontrollable holo- causts." At the close of the Second World War, the pontiff recalled, "everyone said, In the ensuring years, there was talk of "justice, human rights, betterment of the weak, orderly and great ges- tures were made. "The victors, for example, came to the 'aid of the van- quished. Great institutions were he said. "And yet what do we see after 25 years of this material and idyllic progress? The de- mons of yesterday rise up again. "The supremacy of economic interests, with the all-too-easy exploitation of the weak, once more returns, so does class hatred and class warfare, and thus is born again international and civil strife." The Pope did not mention any specific nation or conflict. Christmas reunion plan of soldier's wife foiled TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Cheryl Ketchum stowed away 11 hours on a military cargo plane in an attempt to make a surprise Christmas visit to ler husband, Sgt. Thomas Ketchum of the U.S. Air Force who is stationed in Thailand. "They called me and told me I could send him a pack- age on the C-130 that would he flying over this said Airs. Ketchum, 20. "I just de- We Extend Sincere BEST WISHES JUBILEE MOTORS" (Raymond) LTD. ON THE GRAND OPENING OF THEIR MODERN NEW SHOWROOM AND OFFICES COMPLEX It wos our pleasure to install the HEATING and the AIR CONDITIONING 1709 2nd Avenue S. Lefhbridge Phones 328-5973, 328-6333 We Wish To Extend Our Hearty CONGRATULATIONS _ to JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD, on the Grand Opening of their fine new Showroom and Office Complex It was our pleasure to have been chosen to be the General Contractor KLASSEN CONSTRUCTION {Coaldale) LTD. COALDALt PHONE 345-3205 cided to send myself." Mrs. Ketchum said she and her teen-aged sister, Liada Livingston, drove to Davis Monthan Air Force Base, found a C-130 cargo plane with open doors, aiid 'just went oh board. 'We hid behind a fuel tank and curled up out of she said. That was about p.m. Tuesday. "We figured we could do without food until we got she said. Wednesday, about 11 hours later, the plane began rilling up with servicemen. "At first they didn't see us. They were too busy. Then they spotted she said. "At first they thought we were dead." The women were questioned and released. They were on the wrong plane anyway. Sgt. Ketchum is scheduled to come home on leave in .February. Soviet Jews seized at Moscow MOSCOW (AP) Leonid G. Riggerman, a Soviet Jew who is pressing claims to American citizenship, and his mother were seized by Moscow police here as they attempted to go to the U.S. embassy. They were detained for about four hours. Riggerman told re- poi-tcrs police threatened seri- ous consequences if he tried lo go lo the embassy again. It was fire third, time Rigger- 30, liar) been forcibly re- strained from visiting the em- bassy. 11m two previous times were Nov. 10. lie later was sentenced to seven days in jail for resisting arrest. U.S. consular officials have said they vcrc treating liiggcr- inan as an American citizen until a definite decision is made in Washington on his claim. The American embassy filed Iwq protests after the Nov. 10 ncidcnts, charging that Soviet officials had violated the U.S.- Soviet consular pact that guar- antees U.S. citizens unrestricted access lo Ihc U.S. embassy. Mrs. Riggerman was torn in Brooklyn, iS'.Y., and her hus- band was a naturalized U.S. cit- izen originally from Russia. They went to the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and became Soviet citizens in 1938. Leonid was born there in 1MO. L IT WAS A PLEASURE FOR US TO HAVE THE CONTRACT FOR THE ROOFING IN THE NEW JUBILEE MOTORS SHOWROOM AND OFFICES COMPLEX We extend hearty congratulations! BRUNO'S ROOFING 1316 15th Street A N. Phone 327-1884 CONGRATULATIONS TO JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD. on th'e completion and opening of their new premises IN RAYMOND SEE JUBILEE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS IN GULF OILS and GASOLINES BULK AND RETAIL SALES GULF OIL [Gulf] CANADA LTD. "We Hurry" We extend our hearty Congratulations 10 JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD. on the completion and opening of their fine new complex. NEUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. 1910 2nd Avenue 5. Phone 328-7533 OUR BEST WISHES TO JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD. On The Opening Of Their Fine New Showroom and Offices Complex IT WAS OUR PLEASURE TO PLAY A PART IN THE CONSTRUCTION. FRANK LEO'S DRYWALL PHONES 328-2278, 327-1704 It was our pleasure to supply STRUCTURAL and MISC. STEEL for the new premises of JUBILEE MOTORS (Raymond) LTD. WE WISH THEM EVERY SUCCESS ON THEIR OPENING AND IN THE FUTURE. Western Metal Fabricators (1962) Ltd. 1501 2nd S. 327-2161 The Management and Staff of JUBILEE MOTORS (RAYMOND) LTD. Wish to extend a cordial invitation to all to attend the of their modern new SHOWROOM and GENERAL OFFICES Official Opening Ceremonies and Ribbon Cutting will be held on Sat., Dec. 19th p.m. with Raymond Mayor LYMAN JACOBS officiating. ALL WEEK DEC 14th-19th DAILY DOOR PRIZES GRAND PRIZE 17" COLOR TV To fccop pace with our ever-growing business and to serve our many valued customers belter, we have mado this major expansion pro- gram. We know you will like it. We are franchisee! dealers for the complete line of: GENERAL MOTORS CARS and TRUCKS COMPLETE SERVICE DEPT. USED CAR SELECTION JUBILEE MOTORS (RAYMOND) LTD. RAYMOND, ALBERTA PHONE 752-3402 ;