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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta __Wednesday, December 16, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 VICE-REGAL PARTY Governor General Roland Michener enjoys the puppet show at his annual Christmas party for children as much as any of his guests. Jail is renamed CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Provincial Gaol at Spy Hill, on the city's northern out- skirts. Iras been renamed the Calgary Correctional Institute. The Corrections Act was amended at the last sitting of the legislature to remove the word jail from the names of all prisons in Alberta. Warden James Jackson said the new name reflects the phil- osophy or correction and rehab- ilitation in jails rather than pun- ishment. The three provincial jails contain prisoners serving terms nf less than two years and the Calgary institution also keeps in custody those awaiting trial. GREAT STATE The same Ohio comes from an I r o q u o i s word r. leaning "great." CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. COWLEY, ALBERTA Wish to announce its recent incorporation and subsequent licencing to deal in Real Estate in the Province of Alberta. Our head office is in Johnson Bras. Sawmills ttd. office in Cowley, Alberta. We can offer a complete service and we do solicit your enquiries. We expect to stress farm and ranch soles. As in the past we will bend every effort towards good sound business- like dealings. I would personally like to take Ihis opportunity to thank Mr. Henry Schwartz and Mr. Gordon Schwartz for the sound counselling ond friendly advice they have given me during my association with them. GORDON JOHNSON, CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY tTD. Phono Day 628-3775 and Night 628-3836. BOX 174, COWLEY, ALBERTA. No place in Cuba for Canadian kidnappers VANCOUVER (CP) The i Lanctot, his wife am! two-year- Sun says there is no place in old son, Pierre Cossetle-Tntdel and his wife and Yves Langlois, who used lhe alias Pierre Se-j guin, spenl their first night Cuba for a Canadian kidnapper, separatist or terrorist. In a story from Havana by city editor Patrick Nagle, the newspaper says Cuba is no longer the spiritual home of rev- olution in the Americas. The paper says the Front de Liberation du Quebec cell which kidnapped and ransomed Brit- ish diplomat James (Jasper) Cross m Montreal will have to live with the slogan "Patria o muerte The slogan translates: "My homeland or death. We shall conquer." But it means Cuba and Cuba alone. Fidel C a s t r o 's government has made it tough on the as- sorted Black Panthers, hijack- ers and runaways who have en- tered Cuba, the story says. Marc Oarbonneau, Jacques Nortli tour for cabinet ministers EDMONTON (CP) Plans for a tour of several northern Alberta centres by a commit- tee of cabinet ministers were announced today. The tour, to begin Thursday, will take the ministers to Val- leyview, Fairview, High Prai- rie, Slave Lake and Barrhead. They are expected to hold hearings din-ing the tour for presentation of briefs from town councils, Chambers of Commerce and other organiza- tions. Committee chairman will be Ray Reierson, minister of la- bor and telephones. Other members will include Ray Speaker, minister of social de- velopment; Albert Ludwig, public works; and A. 0. Fim- rile, minister without portfolio and chairman of the Northern Development Council. speaking staff and reputedly the best duty-free shop in Cuba, The Sun says. after that Ihc trail ends. js reported privately that the MARRIAGE MURDER SHEFFIELD, England (CP) couple's wedding anniver- sary celebration backfired when Michael Mason faked shooting his wife, Carole. Horrified pas- sers-by wratched him fire twice point-black with dud ammuni- tion at Carole as she fell to the I pavement in a busy street. But i the fun dram a that went off with a bang landed the two in a Yorkshire court with a fine.