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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta X THE LHHDRIDGC HfRAtD Tunsday, Doccmber 22, 1970 Government will meet demands of kidnappers RIO DE JANEIRO (CP) The Brazilian government an- noimced Monday night that it is ready to free 51 of the 70 politi cal prisoners demanded by Uie abductors of Swiss Ambassador Giovanni Buchsr In exehange lor his release. Bus driver given for Iielp d EDMONTON (CP) Floyd Steltcr Monday re- ceived a reward for helping to catch a bank rob- ber who recently tried to make his getaway by city bus. Mr. Stelter, a bus driver for 12 years, received a cheque from the Canadian Bankers' Association and told of his part in appre- hending the robber. He was at the wheel of his bus in downtown Edmonton when a man, breathing heavily, boarded the vehicle and urged him to get the bus moving. The man then went to the rear of the bus and sat jumped up nerv- ously after a few seconds because the bus was still stationary. He ran to the door and collided with an employee of the Royal Bank of Canada whose branch had just been robbed of S640. The bank employee yelled that the man was a robber and Mr. Stelter helped wrestle him into submision. Terrance Earl Gorrie, 27, of Fernie, B.C., is presently serving 31z years in peniten- tiary for the robbery. It gave various reasons why the other 19 could not be freed. Some were serving life sent- ences, some were not in prison at all and one did not want to go, a said. government statement There was no word today on whether the kidnappers would accept the government's offer. The kidnappers have said (hat Buchcr, seized in downtown Rio Dec. 7, will be set free after the prisoners on their list have been flown to Chile, Algeria or Mex- ico and their safe arrival has been reported by International UIHVS agencies. Observers noted that the kid- nappers put the highest value on some of the prisoners who, mainly because of the lengthy sentences they are serving, the government has refused to r lease. SOME ARE FREE The government said one ma. and three women on the kidnap pers' list were not in prisor while another could not be idei tified because he was listed oa under an alias. And it said that another pri; oner, Sao Paulo journalist Ne son Gatto, had said he did no want to go. Among the others exclude were prisoners serving sen ences for kidnapping and mur der and those serving Ion THIS ranging up to life impris onment. But the government did not exclude Swiss-Brazilian student leader Jean Marc von der Weid and an American-Brazilian girl, Nancy Mangabelra Unger, who is awaiting trial accused of tak- ing part in an abortive attempt to kidnap tlie U.S. consul in Re- cife earlier this year. Clark [dans Shots ineffective ATLANTA, Ga. CAP) illers coming into the Unite: States from cholera-infectei areas will no longer be requirec to have cholera vaccinations the U.S. centre for disease con trol reports. A spokesman fo the centre said the U.S. public health service had lifted the re- quirement because it found the vaccine of little use in prevent ing the international spread 01 the disease. remains unsolved VANCOUVER (CP) _ A study months commissioned two after a Vancouver nurse stabbed to death she walked home from work has recommended better street House fire probed BOW ISLAND (HNS) Fire of undetermined origin swept the interior of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller Mon- day night. The couple was away at the time. All clothing and furniture was destroyed in the blaze. Insurant is carried on the home. The fire is under investigation. ivvnnn OPTICAL COMPANY LTD. Cory Morfirv Dispensing Optician 307 St. S. 327-7132 lighting around hospitals and subsidized transportation for hospital employees. The murder of Myrna Louise Inglis, 26, in September, 1969 is still unsolved. Her death result- ed in an outcry for protection of women who must work at night. The report, released Monday, was sponsored by the Register- ed Nurses Association of Brit- ish Columbia, the B.C. Hospital Association, the Hospital Em- ployees Union a n d the Psychi- atric Nurses Association. Questionnaires were sent to 400 of hospital employees in the Vancouver area and the answers compiled by Dr. Nir- mala D. Cherukupalle, assis- tant professor at university of B.C.'s school of regional and community planning. Her report said the greatest mger occurs on darkened streets while hospital workers are coming off late afternoon shifts and going on" night shift. CALGARY (CP) Educa- tion Minister Robert Clark said Monday his department will in- vestigate a policy statement made last week by Peter El- liott, chairman of the Alberta Liquor Control Board. Mr. Elliott said that although the Calgary public and sep- arate school boards have ap- proved the use of liquor at 175 Canadians may be lucky HAIR RAISING PRICES Members of Parlament aren't exactly falling over them- selves to get their haircut at Steve's on Kenilworth Ave., in Hamilton, Ont. His re- action to the proposed salary increase for MPs was to offer them haircuts at a trim by appointment. Court downgrades charges against youth in hotel fire TUCSON, Ariz. (Reuter) A juvenile court downgraded Mon- day prepared charges of suspi- cion of murder and arson against a teen-age boy after po- lice said they had insufficient proof in connection with a hotel blaze that killed 28 persons Sun- day. Court officials said charges of Pope wounded in airport attack BOLOGNA, Italy (Reuter) Bolivian painter Benjamin Men doza succeeded in wounding Pope Paul at Manila airpor last month, the Bologna news paper Resto Del Carlino sai( today. In an article written from the emew from Edmonton, said Vatican, the Conservative news is department is "looking into paper claimed that Mendoza .he situation. had struck the Pope twice on "I'd rather not say anything the neck, lightly wounding him Ise until I have a report on Only the starch of the Pope's Mr. Elliott said control ioard would not issue permits or liquor in schools unless riere was "some very special circumstances." He has received support rom a Calgary businessman, public school board trustee nd Dr. Robert Warren, chief jperintendent of city schools. 4Lberta ad man lies in U.S. KENNEWICK, Wash. ack W. C. Gillis, 70, advertis- ig director of the Tri-City Her- Id from December 1949 to .me 1967, died in Desert Hot 'prings, Calif. Mr. Giilis was born In Ash- Alta., and was raised in ancouver, B.C. collar and the bluntness of thi knife had prevented the wound from being more serious, ii said. The Vatican has constantly denied that Pope Paul was in- jured during the incident Nov. 27, and a first communique is- sued in Manila said that he had not even noticed what was hap- pening. But the Resto Del Carlino saiu that a study of television film of the incident showed the Pope Avoid that last minute rush! Give GIFT MEMBERSHIPS Your Friends Will Enjoy The Many Benefits 365 Days a Year! REMEMBER t Pays To complete tfeloils Call The A.M.A, tit 328-1771 Inlhhriclgo Brnndi lotcMoi) Cor. 3rd Avo., 9lh St. S. Turn clown medical students CALGARY (CP) The Uni- versity of Calgary medical school will turn down an esti- mated 950 applicants for the 48 openings in September, 1971, Dr. William Cochrane, dean of medicine, said here. "We estimate we will have 000 applicants by the Dec. 31 application Dr Cochrane said. "We can only accept 48 of these." In 1970, 32 of 461 applicants were accepted. was pushed violently backward and would have fallen if he had not bumped into Imelda Mar- cos, wife of the president of the Philippines. The article said the official account of the incident, which said that Mendoza never came close to the Pope, was contra- dicted by the drops of blood which were clearly seen on the Pope's sleeve. The official acount said the blood came from Mendoza, who was slightly wounded during his capture. The article also quoted Men- doza as saying in court in Ma- nila, where he is charged with attempted murder: "I did not manage to kill the Pope, but I'm very happy that I wounded him." trespassing and curfew violation were later filed against 16-year- old Louis Taylor, arrested Sun- day morning on the fourth floor of the burning Pioneer Interna- tional Hotel. Paul Charter, director of court services for the juvenile court, said his office prepared the original petitions, based on information from the police de- partment, alleging that Taylor was a delinquent child by rea- son of suspected arson and fe- lony murder resulting from the arson. Subsequent reports from the police department, Charter said, indicated that they did not have sufficient evidence to prove arson did take that Taylor was responsible if it did. HELD IN CUSTODY Charter said the youth was being held in custody "in the best interest of the public and the child." Taylor said he was in the hotel trying to help rescue guests. A Tucson city ordinance for- bids juveniles under the age of 16 from being on the streets after 10 p.m. unless they are on their way to a social event. TORONTO (CP) About 175 Canadians held tickets drawn in the Irish Hospitals Sweepstakes Monday, including one automat- ically worth larg- est Irish sweeps prize since 1931. Bob and Besse Jacobs of To- ronto were awakened Monday at 4 a.m. by a telephone call from Ireland telling them they had won the new "super prize" of It's tax free and they didn't have to have a winning horse. The rest of the Canadian tick- et-holders are eligible for prizes in the Sweeps Hurdles to be run Dec. 28. The largest sweeps jackpot Is usually only but for this race a super prize was added. Following is a list of West- er n Canadian tickets drawn Monday in the Irish HHospitals Sweepstake based on the Dec. 28 runing of the Sweeps Hurdles, with horse's name, ticket num- ber, name or nom-de-plume and home town where available: 53805 Swoosh, Calgary. Jolly 55856, Mid- night, Young, Sask.; WPL 54220 Green Hornet, Calgary; VDB 53077, Be Mine, Gibbons, Alta. Little 46715, Alek, Toronto; VEK 66151, Buster, Saskatoon. Coral 68263, Aaron, Calgary; WNJ 65432. Fly-Now, Vancouver. 59086, Gloria Brezovski, Valley View, Alta. French 64821, Skippy, Calgary; VBM 64134, Bonito, Vancouver. Polynesian 64567, First Time, Lucky Lake, Sask. Big 66656, Lake, Meota, Sask. Bold Ball, Ath- abasca, Alta.; WPT 64344, Bran- dley-Boy, Surrey, B.C. Boat Man VBJ 60462, Little Joe, Morrin, Alta. 84489, H. Pushie, Biggar, Sask.; George Trotter, Calgary; Donamar, Victoria. Hillheail VI-VEQ 67512, K E Cochrane, Jasper, Alta. Coral D i v c r A R 68263, Aaron, Calgary; WNJ 65432, Fry-Now, Vancouver. 59086, Gloria Brezovski, Valley View, Alta. French 64821, Skippy, Calgary; VBM 64134, Bonito, Vancouver. At 00093, Come to Me, Vancouver. Bald 68G62, Snow Ball, Athabasca, Alta.; WPT 64344, Bradley-Boy, Sur- rey, B.C. Boat Maii-VBJ 60462, LltUo Joe, Morrin, Alta. E s c a 1 u s W T K 84489, H Pushie, Biggar, Sask.; VDK 54302, George Trotter, Calgary; VJC 09029, Donamar, Victoria, B.C. Hillliead VI-VEQ 67512, R R Cochrane, Jasper, Alta. 49941, Winner at Last, Vancouver; VBN 68439, Angowa, Vancouver. Miss 56413, R. J. German, Nelson, B.C.; 66769, Rag, Okanagan Falls, B.C.; VBP 64412, Hiim- Hp, Vancouver; WQE 54134, Sunside, Gadsby, Alta. 61679, Erico, Tasu, B.C.; WRR 55895, I'll See, Kimberley, B.C.; WRA 63458, Caboose, Nelson, B.C. 66612, This Time, Delta, B.C. Persian 65933, Bingo, New Westminster, B.C. 63952, Babe, Merritt, B.C. 69175, Can't Wait, Vancouver; WPT 67157, Something Lucky, South Buf- naby, B.C. French 61393, Lucky, Surrey, B.C.; WNP H. Janke, Maple Ridge, B.C. 66138, Dave, New Westminster, B.C. 53191, Bes. sie, Calgary. CLASSES CANCELLED TEHRAN, Iran (AP) With Is buildings surrounded by po- ice armed with tsar gas, Teh- ran University's high council announced Monday that after a week of student riots it is end- ing the current term becauss students were not attending clases. A statement from uni- GENERAL Milk fund contributors Anonymous, i, Cameron Bain, Diamond City 1. Sandra Bain, Diamond City 1. Clark Johnson, LelhbrJdge l. Teacher and Students of Room 21, Allan Watson School, Lethbridge Mr, and Mrs, H. oenenboom, Klpp 2. Anonymous 2. Anonymous, Lethbridge 3. Miss Lydia Doenz, Lethbrldgt 2.1 Anonymous, Lethbridga 1. Anonymous Lelhbrldga 2.1 John David Wilson, Le'hbridge 3i Mrs. R. B. Butler, Hillspring 5.1 Katie and Cindy Pedrlnl, Lelhbrldga 2.1 Anonymous, 2.; Ano Lethbridg Mrs. Pterscn, Grade 1 Lakeview School, Lethbridge N. Previskh, Lefhbridge Wadena Unit, Knox United Church, Taber Colin, Lloyd and Rex Sennsker, Vauxhall Anonymous, Coleman L. F, Bonertz, Pincher Creek "Alberta A Time To Remember" The Ideal Christmas Gift (A Record Album to Remember) (Osieiy LP DL 100) Newspaper reviews in Alberta: "An Ideal oiff, (or children, adulh, ouf-cMown and Jurf plain Aifct'irins Interested !n their heritage." "A -horc-jtih-T1 documented hiiiory on of Hi Us towns, Wflfnning." "Should bt In all ichooli." Available from your favorite Record Dealer R. F. Wilson, Lethbridga In memory of mother, Mrs. Ruth Derbyshire of Crest- view Lodge, Pincher Creeft Mr. and Mrs. M. Barnett, Del Bonila................ St. Anne's Circle, Blairmore.............. Anonymous, Lethbridga Mrs. T. M. Hamblin, Lethbridge.............. Pearl Nilsson, Lethbridga Anonymous, Lefhbridge Mrs. E. Green, Cardston Brenda Skeith, New Dayton Mr. A. Maguire, Lethbridge Mrs. Sally Kendall, Lethbridga Anonymous, Lethbridge Anonymous, Lethbridge..... Mrs. George Lomas, Lelhbrldge.............. Mr. and Mrs. A, Pedrlnl, Lethbririge.............. Anonymous, Fernle, B.C..... F. Lemlre and Family, Fort Maclecd................ Grade Four, Mrs. Ray, Allan Watson School, Lethbridge Junior Depr. First United Church Sunday School, care of Mrs. K. Dunlop, Lethbridge J. D. Gilchrist, Milk River Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Lsglon No. 20, Taber Catholic Women's League, Raymond..... Papworth Family, Turin Anonymous, Picture Butte Duff Sound Equipments, Lethbridge.............. Anonymous, Lethbridge..... C. D. Stewart, Lelhbrldge Brink Family, Monarch Mrs. Grace Wilks, Lethbridge T. Onufrechuk, Lethbridga Anonymous, Lethbridge..... Anonymous, Lethbrldce..... Anonymous, Milk River Mrs. Madelon' Carrel, Lethbridge............. Anonymous, Lfcthbridga..... Mr. J, Fakir, Lethbridge Anonymous...... i. and G. Alexander, Lethbridge Wllf and Mary, Lefhbrrdfje Mrs. M. Schoof, Lethbridga Mrs. Cecils Pelleticr, Lethbrldge............. A. Curriidck Family, Lethbridge............. ong Distance Operaofrs, Lethbridge J. West, Mountain View Mackenzie, Coaldale Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Moore, Lethbridge...... Mr, and Mrs. R, J, Atwood, 'he J. Hammon Turin.................. .nonymous, Lethbridga..... Nonymous, Lelhbrldgs 'indrcw and Elizabeth Heather, Catherine, Murray, and Jolayno Dell, 1. S. McBcth, LelhbridqB lirenee fluff. Coalriole ,nonymou5, Cardston faff'of Coaldale Community Hospital............... oulh Albcrfa Japanese United Church, Lethhrldgo nnnymous, t.ethnrldgc clfa Pplfl oornrlly, Lethbrldno abcr Central Elementary Grades 1, 2 and 5. (Instead of exchanging Christmas Gifts) ie Family, Nobleford, Alberta....... Total 7 TOTAL TO Weather and road report ABOVE U ZERO AT NOON SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H L Precip. Lethbridge 6-11 .05 Pincher Creek 15 -fl .07 Watertoh.............. Medicine Hat Edmonton Jasper Banff Calgary......... Peace River Grande Prairie Rocky Mtn House Victoria Penticton........ Prince Rupert -7 -28 -9 -35 7-14 8 -14 9 -1 -2 -20 15-18 7 -1 13 37 26 -5 24 5 31 13 lo.OO 1000 10.00 1000 10.00 1000 10.00 1000 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 1000 lo.GO lo.OO lo.oo TOM Cranbrook Prince George 1-4 Kamloops....... 12-8 Vancouver 34 20 Prince Albert ---14-25 .05 Saskatoon -5-22 .10 Moose Jaw -1 17 .18 North Bay Regina Brandon Winnipeg Kenora Thunder Bay 0-11 -1 -14 -6 -10 1-4 -2 -6 14 -1 Toronto 21 7 Ottawa 9 -15 Montreal 11-11 St. John's 29 16 .03 Halifax 20 1 .02 Charlottetown ..13 -2 FORECAST: Lethbridge Today: Cloudy with light snow this morning. Wednesday: Main- ly sunny except for fog In urban areas during the morn- ing. Lows near 10 below, highs near 15 above. Medicine Hal Today: A few cloudy periods. Wednes- day: Frequent cloudy periods and light snow. Lows near 15 below, highs 5-10 above. J During Christmastime toe extend to all our neighbors and friend? warmest wishet for a wonderful holiday. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 70.00 7000 30.00 20.00 35.31 40.09 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TQDAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in the Leth- bridge district are bare in the travel lanes. Highway 3 west some light drifting in the Pincher Creek area and sections of hard packed snow through the Crows Nest Pass. Also sections of hard packed snow through most towns and villages. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway Calgary to Revel- stoke is sanded and In good winter driving condition. The Banff Radium and Banff- Jasper highways have a few ery sections but are gen- ly in condition. Motorists are reminded that good snow tires or chains are required when travelling in any mountain area, including all ski-resort access roads. slipp erall PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening nml Closing Colitis 24 hours: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Roosevillc, B.C. 9 a.m, to 6 p.m.; Kingsgatc, M hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain Closed. I WUdhoree, 8 a.m. to S p.m. ;