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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 lilt LEMIIIKIDGE HCKAU) Moiultiy, 'IS. Load price, j Pallcni DEATMS DEATHS SilKK.M.VN Pass CHRISTMAS CARDS rd away in Cardsiuii on day, December 21'-. at of 14 voars, beloved datiiih- UT of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Kcnly of Hilispriiig. Susan burr. in Cardslon and passed l here after many years 01 ill ness. to mourn her pas.1-- itiS besides her loving pareni.-, a rr one sister Karen, her grandmother. Mrs. M a r i u Kapesos of Hillspring. beside> oilier relai ions. Funeral services will lie held in the IliHsprinj; 1..1XS. Chanel on Tuesday. December 11 a m.. with BiMiop Sheldon official ing. Interment v.'ill follow in the Ilillsprint! eeme- IPI-V. Friends may meet the farnilv find pav iheir res; Car ma loday. De- cember 1070. at the age of (j-! years, Mr. Albert Shi'rman. KutK'ral arrangements will In1 amiomiral when rompleted. Martin Bras. Ltd., Ditwlurs of l-'imeral Service, I 'hum- M.l.K.N To all our friends years. 3 n o i mis sui about a other Jews also fyce i rials in Riga and the .Mol- davian town of Kishinev, but no dates have been set. The sources said thev did not know the charges against these de- fendants, but presumably they are accused of involvement in the same unsuccessful hijacking attempt, in June. The sources said the. defeml- aiu.s in the Leningrad trial next are charged with violating Articles 70 and 72 of the Soviet. criminal code. The former in- v o I v e s "anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda" and (he latter "organizational activity di- I "ecetd commission of espe- cially dangerous crimes against the state and-or participation in antJ-Soviet organixatioiw.'' PKNA1.TIK.S IIKAVV j Conviction under Article 7'2 carries a maximum penalty of death, while Article 70 carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in a labor camp. The sources said the second group of Leningrad defendants was separated from the first be- cause of tiie connection between I ho two was "tenuous at best." The first group was charged with treason. Israeli officials in .Jerusalem said (he world outcry against the dealh sentences in Lenin- grad was "beyond all expecta- tion." and the head of the pro- Moscow Communist, parly of Is- rael expressed belief thai Ihe sentences wculd be commuted. But his view was not, .shared in Moscow. In Russian eyes, the trial was entirely a matter of domestic law and order and of no concern abroad, The stiff sentences. probably were fixed as a deter- nn rent (o others. "Undoubtedly the Soviet Un- ion's image has been damaged by this verdict." one Western diplomat c o m m e n t c d. "but they'll never admit it. "To them this was a question of law enforcement." Informed sources in Jerusa- lem said Pope Paul and UN" Secretary-ftene'ral U Thant had not responded to official Israeli appeals that they intercede with the Soviet government. But. a spokesman at the Vatican said the Holy b'ee was "taking fo seek clemency for the con- victed Russians. Jewish leaders will meet in Washington Wednesday to ask President Nixon Lo in- tercede with the Kremlin. The story of sex an omats WASHINGTON' (AP) KGB. the Soviet secret police, is de- scribed in testimony made pub- lic here by Senate invstiga- tors as keeping an unending supply of young girls io try to seduce foreign diplomats in hopes of blackmailing them. But the witness, a Soviet defector who testified he spent 17 years a.s a KGB agent, said these operations were failures more often than net because the diplomats were well-briefed on what to expect. Yuri Krotkov. who lesiified under the name George Karlin that he now uses, was ,1 S'oviet playwright, screen writer and radio correspondent, until he He- fee-led in London in September, i He said he was "co- opted." or recruited, by the se- cret police in 1946 while a corre- spondent for Moscow radio. THY TO INVOLVE WIVES Karlin testified also (hat. handsome Soviet men were used in attempts to form romantic li- aisons with women attached to various embassies in Moscow, including the wives of ambassa- dors. IS PL! PERFORMANCE OF BE SURE TO WATCH THIS HOLIDAY SEASON COLOR SPECIAL TOMORROW NIGHT, DEC. 29th 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. travel the picturesque eastern slopes of Canada's rugged Rockies, from Jasper to Walerton Lakes National Park. Learn ali about the wildlife Existing at the very roadside, as well os the fas- cinating animals, birds and flora !o be seen and studied in the fabulous hi-jh country. Ail seen ibrougb thr camcm of WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER AND LfcC- 1URCR EDGAR T. JONES. In tli U age of ever-ex pan ding cities, of rapidly gra'.ving populations, urban dwellers tend more and more to seek countryside recreation. This program, port of the series, THE WORLD AROUND US, is presented to help all of us to under- stand and appreciate (be beauty of our natural Al- berta environment, so 'hat we may it and Iirlp Io preserve it. rcrM TW i v CHANNEL 13-LETHBR1DGE Brought.To You By Canadian western natural gas company limited ;