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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta __Wcdncsdoy, December 15, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 29 HE WALKED OUT A St. Cloir County sheriff officer helps one of the 14 men who walked out of Saturday's blast. The man in the upper right is watching a worker being carried out. Woman free seek election A Superior Court judge con- firmed in Los Angeles a jury's life imprisonment sentence in the second murder trial of Charles Hanson. Tiie judge called him "just another whiny delinquent similar to cases that come before this courty every week." Judge Raymond Choatc de- nied a defence lawyer's plea for a new trial and upheld the jury's verdict against Manson in the slaying of musician Gap.' Hinman and movie sluntman Donald Shorty Shea. Manson, 37, was sentenced to death for the murder of actress Sharon Tale and six others in an earlier trial. Edmund de Kothscliild, Brit- ish hanker and philanthropist, received the Family of Mail award ji a ceremony at Toron- to's Beth Tzcdec Synagogue. The award, presented annual- ly by the League for Human Rights, an agency of B'nai j B'ritli in Canada, is for ser- j vice to reduce prejudice and j improve the welfare of man- j kind. i The award, previously was given to Prime .Minister Tru- deau and Paul Ernile Cardinal! Leger. j An aunt and a cousin of Jac- queline Kennedy Onassis have CHARLES HANSON whiny delinquent Hampton. N.Y. because of its unsanitary conditions. Sidney Beckwith, head of the Suffolk County health depart- ment's housing and sanita- tion divi.-ion. said he notified Mrs. Edith Bouvier Beale. 76, and her daughter. Edith Bou- vier Bcale, 54, that they must move out "at the earliest pos- sible date." Doctors have not yet deter- mined exactly what is ailing OTTAWA (CP) A health department spokesman said Tuesday there arc no govern- ment regulations which would prevent an Oneida Indian woman from holding office as a Six Nations Indian reserve councillor. It was reported Monday from Brantford, Ont, that Nina Biirn- hani would seek re-election to the council despite being told by Dr. Godfrey ittchclas, medical adviser to the health depart- ment, that as a civil servant she is ineligible to hold public of- fice. Miss Burnham is employed as a dental assistant by the depart- ment. Paul Woodstock, exec'u'.ive as- sistant to Dr. J. M. LcCIair. deputy minister of national health, sdd in an interview that as far as he could determine there is nothing in the Public Service Employment Act or the Indian Act that would prevent Miss Burnham from seeking re-election. Only if provincial or federal politics were involved, or if the job and the council office in- volved a conflict of interest, would Miss Burnham be unable to run for re-election. Miss Burnham is completing her second two-year term on the reserve conndl. been told to move out of their I George Springate. Liberal dilapidated mansion in East Universities waste money on lei e vision TORONTO (CP) The On- tario Confederotion of Univer- sity Faculty Associations says universities are wasting money on educational television. In a brief Tuesday to the pro- vincial government committee member of the Quetec national assemlvy for Montreal Ste. Anne, hut he appears to be suf- fering from "general a spokesman for Montreal Gen- eral Hospital says. Mr. Springate, 3.1, a place- kicker with the Montreal AI- ouettcs during the 1070 Cana- dian Football League season, was elected to the national as- sembly in the Quebec general election of April, 1970. Dorothy Kislirr, Sauth Afri- ca's longest. living heart transplant patient, has receiv- ed a marriage proposal. In an interview published in im university affairs, the organi- i the Johannesburg Express, the zation, representing nbout fi.OOfl i 'iO-ycar-old woman said a Mr. professors at lf> Ontario univer- Kerry of Guernsey, in the Chan- sitics, says the public would "not lake a kind view" if it knew bow its money was being nel Islands between France and England, wrote to her last month with the proposal. spent on educational television. MJSS fisher is of mixed race "All that i.s happening is thai i --known in South Africa as col- school children are bored with orcd. She received her new most TV at home, let nlonc at heart in an operation performed school where god high-quality by Dr. Chrisliaan Barnard in old-fasioned teaching is still April, 1869. preferred." j inlcrviCT. sllo It. says there arc numerous k 0 w nothing about Ibis cases where expensive lime-consnming projects ime-eonsnming projects a re i know if or being undertaken despite a his- volmfi Bll, addw! WJU) lory of failure in educational I "These things dont' matter. It In anolher section, the brief j hi k c js rmd discourages year-round opera-. lion of universities because it ________ costs more. It cites (lie success of univer- j sitics in attracting convention business as one reason for op- posing year-round operation. Information from the Cana- dian Assciation of Convention TAPESTIIIKS STOI.HM HAVRE, France (AP) Six nth-century tapestries were stolen from a church during the Halifax boy gets role HALIFAX (CP) For 11- year-old Jimmy MacNeil of Hal- ifax Christmas came early in the form of a leading role in Neptune Theatre's The Dandy Lion. The Grade R student was se- lected from 2.1 talented boys jfrom the Halifax-Dartmouth area who auditioned for the Christmas show which opens on I Boxing Day for IB pcrfarm- i ances. "It's going to be hard, but I giiess it's worth it." Jimmy said after learning that he would play Andrew in the children's play written hy Pal Patterson and Dodi Robb. "Maybe 1 should start practising my part at once. I know the song al- ready; my mother and I prac- tised it the night before the aii- dilion." His parents have insisted that he do his homework as thor- onglily as usual despite the rig- orous rehearsals which start a feu- days before the Christmas I Iwlidays. i The play centres around An- drew and his lion Dandy in their efforts to get accepted as circus artisls. Neptune's artistic director Hobert Sherrin found the task of selecting a Imy to play Andrew difficult. "All the boys were very he says. "I had a hard time making the decision. This really shows how many talented young people {.here are in the area." weekend. The Aubiisson and RureaiK indicates universilirs, j lapc-strics were valued because I lower costs, are tak- j at million francs ing convention business away Ilie burglars hacked open from hotels, the brief says. I door to enter the church. COMES FHOM TU'. More than hall the molybde- num produced in Canada comes from two mines in British Col- umbia. Boyles Column By IIAI, HOVI.K YORK (AP) Tilings a columnist might never know If lie didn't open his mail: Home isn't its safe as most people think it is. Nearly one of even1 four fatal accidents occurs there. Red has been used as a symbol of danger for so long that many people no longer K net to it. Some color experts believe that it should bo re- placed as a warning signal by yellow, which is highly visible, in all kinds of weather. Be- cause of this superior visibil- ih the German army used black-and-yellow road during the Second World War. One of the most weather- proof animals in the worl.1 is the Yak, the ox of the Hima- laya mountains. Protected by thick hail' and layers ui fat, yaks are practically imper- vious (o They are so insulalcd against cold that they sometimes suffer heat prostration when brought below an altilucie of feel. Their tails are often used by Indian princes as fly v.'hisks or badges of office AVOID SUGAR If you're en a diet, which should you avoid or slorchy feeds? The answer, recent experiments seem to prove, is sugar. Tests at the Brookhaven National Labora- tory indicate that sugar is two tr- five limes as fattening as foods with a high starch con- tent. EXPLOSION !N TUNNtl tSiitUt tut HIH .sir r r- t f fiCf i Kl DIAGRAM OF TUNNEL Diagram locates spot in underground waa-i iu, an explosion killed 22 workers off Port Huron, Mich. The tunnel is six miles long; explosion is beleived to have happened about one mile from the elevator shaft at left. Diagram also indicates where bodies were found, where debris blocks part of tunnel, and where survivors walked out of tunnel. At right is 170-foot cofferdam, which ends in a water intake. 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