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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETHBRIDCSS HEflAlD Wednesday, December 7.9, 1971- THAT BREAD OF LIFE A refugee girl hugs a loaf of bread she received at the Salt lake camp near Calcutta, India, Tuesday. The camp is providing shelter for the victims of the recent conflict between India and East Pakistan which ended with the creation of the new nation of Bangla Desh. (is Cup of Milk overflowing The Cup of Milk Fund con- tinues lo overflow. The appeal has ended but the good news grows even bet- ter each day. The t'jtal to Tuesday night was well over the 000 goal The Herald set for the Unitarian Service Committee in late November. Today we'd like to thank Mr. Bryant's Grade 4 class of the Dr. Hamman School. Taber, and Grade 6 carollers of Vaux- nall. It's a wonderful thing to go over the top antl it made our Christmas here at The Herald. Thanks a million to everyone. Special thanks to Grade 4A, M. D. McEachern School, Bellevue. It will buy plenty of Canadian Skim milk powder for refugee children. May >.ve also take this oppor- tunity to thank Mrs. Pat (Betty Jean) Sullivan, known as BJ to Herald staffers, for her long hours of work compiling lists and mailing out receipts. This is Mrs. Sullivan's umpteenth Cup of Milk campaign and she carries each one off with re- markable aplomb. Without her we'd be lost. 1.00 Jody Wilson, Lethbridge Emma and Jacob J. Hofer OK Colony, Raymond The Dudley Children, Leth. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Beck, Leth..................... 2.00 D. 2.00 Anonymous.......... 3.50 Mrs. P, Nelson, Blslrmore 3.00 1.00 1.38 2.00 .1.00 5.00 5.00 S.OO 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 ?0.00 20.00 20.00 25.00 25.00 55.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 40.00 52.71 Tola! SJ1.S? Valerie and Murray, Lorn. Mr. and Mrs L. C. Zorn, Walerton Park Susan, Kelly and Wendy. Leth....... Shelley Irvine, Lethbridge K. Schmltier, Lethbridge Anonymous, Lethbridtjo Gerald Waldern, Lcihbrldge Mr. and Mrs. King, Leth. Mr. and Mrs, Hugh House, Milk River C. L. Stone, Fort Macleod Anonymous, Fort Macleod Teacher and pupils, Grade JA. AVD. McEachern School, Bellevue Carl Westman, Lelhbridge Iron Springs United Church Women, Picture Bufte Margaret Anderson, Taber Tanna, Tyron, Roger, Loretla Semaka, Taber........ Anonymous......... Anonymous, Monarch Mr. Bryant's Grade Four Class, Dr. Hamman School, Taber Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Cropley, Lelhbridge Anonymous, Lethbrldcte Nor.Ann Dairy Bar, Vulcai Grat .eth. 1311 A. Gray, Fernie, B. Everett L. Holt, 25, an Indianapoli- postal clerk, was charged Tuesday by a federal grand jury with air piracy, kidnapping, intimidation of a flight crew and assault with intent lo commit murder. Holt commandeered a North- west Orient Airlines jet Christ- mas Eve on route to Chicago from Minneapolis. Ho was cap- tured by police after 27 passen gers and six crow members left i die grounded plane at O'Hare' International Ahport. The indictment accused Holt of using a revolver to take over the plane for the purpose of col- lecting ransom, and threatening a stewardess with (.he gun to force onlrance to the cockpit Holt is tag held on j bail, j An air piracy conviction car- j ries a maximum penalty of! death and a minimum sentence j of 20 widens i i MONTREAL (CP) A Can- i ada-wide arrest warrant was is- sued Tuesday for Yves Geof- j troy, a 40-year-old convicted reported missing from St. Vincent de Paul peni- tentiary since Sunday. Gecffroy, serving a life sen- tence for the 1969 murder of his wife, left the prison Friday night on a weekend pass so that he could get married to provide "a home and a mother" for his three children, being cared for by relatives who could not af- ford to support them indefi- nitely. A prison spokesman said Geoffroy was granted the pass "on humanitarian grounds." Al- though a pass application for a prisoner serving a life sentence was "a request we do not nor-' mally he said that Geof- froy had been a model prisoner. The woman he planned to marry had visited him regu- larlv. Jamieson faces barrage of queries OTTAWA (CP) In the wake of the first successful hijacking of a Canadian jet, Transport Minister Don Jamieson was the target Tuesday for a welter of Commons charges and ques- tions. When the dust had settled, the minister, backed'by the Liberal majority, had withstood a Con- servative motion challenging his veracity and stuck to his guns about the existence and opera- tion of such devices ;5 metal detectors to screen passenger baggage at Canadian airports. There are such devices in use, Mr. Jamieson said, repeating in essence a statement he made to the House in November, but he would not say how many or where because this could endan- ger the travelling public. An American armed with a revolver and grenades pulled Canada's first successful hijack- ing Sunday, taking an Air Can- ada DC-9 to Cuba. James A. McGrath (PC-St. John's East) claimed informa- tion in his possession showed that, contrary to Mr. Jamie- son's statement to the House Nov. 18, no protective devices were in operation at Canadian airports. The motion called on the min- ister to make a statement today clarifying the situation and the doubts they raised about his "veracity and competence." It needed unanimous consent and this was vociferously denied by the Liberals. Jack Homer then made a motion that the House drop further business and rise until today, when the minis- ter would have a chance to "set the record straight." To Liberal hoots, the Conserv- atives forced a formal vote on this one. They were swamped 103 to 41, the 33 Conservatives present getting support only from seven Social Credit members and John Skoberg Jaw) while the 92 Liberals present were backed by 15 NDP members and an Independent. Standing in the '264-seat Com- mons: Liberals 150, Conserva- tives 71, NDP 25, Social Credit 13, Independent two, Independ- ent Liberal one, vacant U-o. When the daily question pe- riod was on, Mr. McGrath re- turned to the hijack question. Accidental death toll climbs to 87 By THE CANADIAN PRPSS Sixty-five traffic deaths dur- ing the Christmas holiday week- end, plus 56 during the previous week, brought to at least number of persons killed on Canadian highways since Jan. 1 A holiday-period survey by The Canadian Press showed a total of 87 accidental deaths In addition to the 65 traffic fa talilies, 10 persons died in fires, foud in snowmobile accidents, two of suspected carbon monox- ide poisoning, two froze to death, one was asphyxiated, one was shot accidentally, one drowned and one died while walking in heavy snow. The holiday count began at 0 p.m. Friday and ended at midnight Tuesday night. The 65 killed in traffic far ex- ceeded the Canada Safety Coun- cil prediction of 45 holiday weekend road deaths. Four of the fire deaths came when a fire swept through a Quebec farmhouse miles southeast of Montreal, killing four sisters aged two to eight years. Quebec also had 25 traffic deaths, three snowmobile fatali- ties and a man frozen for a total of 33. The 30 Ontario accidental deaths were all in traffic. Five died in Alberta, includ- ing two in traffic, one in a fire and two of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. In Saskatchewan the death toll was four, two on the road, one frozen and one in a shooting accident. British Columbia also had four, three hi traffic and a drowning. Four also died in Newfound- land, three in fires and one in traffic. Nova Scotia's three deaths were in traffic, a fire and by as- phyxiation. Manitoba's three were in traffic, a fire and one while walking in heavy snow. New Brunswick had a snow- mobile fatality. Prince Edward Island was fa- tality-free. The survey does not include industrial deaths, slayings or known suicides. Cantata toiiiglit COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Rev. Bob Smith has announced the Blairmore United Church Ladies Choir will present Christmas cantata in St. Paul's United Church, Coleman, at 8 p.m. tonight. Everyone is in- vited to attend. WIN WAGE HIKE CALGARY (CP) Firemen signed a two-year contract with the city Tuesday that in- creases salaries by 18.1 per cent in two stages. The BOO firefighters get a 9.4-per-cent increase Jan. 1 which will give a first-class firemen a year. Wages increase a further 8.7 per cent Jan. 1, 1973, with the top rate reaching GETTING HER IRE UP Mairin lynch, who as of (he prime minister of the Republic of Ireland has re- mained in the background, has recently begun to speak out against the humiliation techniques of the Irish Repub- lican Army, the outlawed organization in Northern Ire- land. Her condemnation of IRA sympathizers who tar- red and feathered two girls who planned to marry British soldiers, led to a fear of reprisals from the radical wing of the IRA, and a stepped-up vigilance in the 24-hour security at the Lynch home. Mrs. Taylor dies at 87 VANCOUVER (CP) Mrs. Ethel M. Taylor, a resident of British Columbia since 1907, died in hospital here today in iier 87th year. A native of Michigan, Mrs. Taylor was ac- tive in the work of the Victo- rian Order of Nurses and of the women's auxiliaries of St. Mark's and St. John's Anglican churches in Vancouver. She is survived hy sons Stuart Kcate, publisher of The Sun; William L. Keate, Jr., Vancouver; Jeff Keate, West- port, Conn.; Edward Keate, Vancouver, and a daughter, Mrs. Marcia Kcate Nuber, Vancouver. Funeral services will be held Friday from the Nunn and Thomson Ltd., Chapel, Vancou- ver. Weather and road report SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Lclhhrldgc Medicine Hat ..lit Pincher Creek 25 Edmonton......23 Calgary 23 Banff Grande Prairie Penticton Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Moose Jaw Regina...... Winnipeg Toronto 12 24 20 11 9 29 21 16 20 39 Ottawa........19 20 34 Montreal St. John's Halifax Chariot tetown Fredericton New York Miami Los Angeles -9 15 -6 -f) -2 12 16 .08 7 .03 7 26 .05 -1 0 22 .07 7 4 24 .40 10 .35 2 .07 .01 38 69 40 .30 San Francisco 51 45 .02 Las Vegas......44 31 Rome ...........55 Paris ..........41 32 London........45 34 Berlin.........34 30 Moscow........34 18 FORECASTS Lelhbridgc Today and Thursday: A few clouds. Gusty west winds continuing. Lows 10-15. Highs near 25. Medicine Hat Today and Thursday: A few clouds. Lows near five above. Highs near 25. Calgary Today: Mainly sunny. Winds W15-20. Lows near zero. Thursday: Cloudy periods. Highs near 25. Kootenay, C o 1 H m i n Today: Mainly cloudy with a few snowfiurries. Thursday: Mainly cloudy and milder. Highs today, 10 to 20; lows to- night 5 to 15. Highs Thursday, 15 to 20. Police nab bank robbers Young Man Wanted! Single preferably, to train as salesman in a new progressive Agricultural Industry. Should have cattle experience, grade 12 and fur- ther agriculture education, A.I. experience helpful. Box 132, Herald SAAEBRUECKEN (Reuter) The rijigleader of three bank bandits who led police on a chase across West Germany since Monday was shot and wounded and liis two accom- plices captured by police today during a hricf gun battle. The end of a manhunt came after the bandils seized a 15- year-old boy as a new hostage in a bid to buy their freedom. But the young hostage was not hurt when police attacked the trio of bandits. The three robbed a Cologne bank of Monday and fled from the bank with two police officers as hostages. They freed the pair after seven hours and fled on foot into a forested area near the French border. The three robbers, believed to be an Austrian, a Frenchman and an Italian, were chased by 600 police and helicopters and were at various times reported lo be on the French side of the border. The Shootout today occurred after they seized a car and tried to escape. SALES REPRESENTATIVE REQUIRED MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN DIRECT SELLING Approximate Salary Reply to Box 133, Lethbridge Herald THE PRESIDENT REVIEWS HONOR GUARD Italian President Giovanni Leone, reviews the honor guard at Rome's Quirinal presidential Palace on Wednesday after being sworn in as President of Italy. At 63, Leone a Christ- ian Democrat moderate, is Italy's sixth and youngest presi- dent. FIREPLACE LOGS CARTON OF 12 10 CARTONS OR MORE........EACH 1 ,69 .49 BEAVER 'We Pledge Satisfaction' 3 Ave. and 17 St. S. Phone 328-4461 Give yourself a Present AN ALLIS CHALMERS YARD-POWER TRACTOR Controlled Traction Differential Let Jake Janzen Show You Our Ready-To-Go Specials! TRADE GRAIN, FINANCE CONTRACTS OR EVEN CASH GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 2 from Cardston to Carway there arc several snow patches. Highway 3 West near Pincher Creek, ice patch- es. Further West, near the Crowsnest Pass, lliere are long icy sections wilh some drifting. Highway 5 from Cardston lo Walerton snow patches. Highway 6 from Pincher Creek to 10 miles south mosily b.re. The remainder to Water- ton hns long sections of ice. Other highways in the Leth- bridgo dislrict arc mainly hare and in good condition. Highway 1 trans-Canada Highway, Cal- gary to Banff lias some light drifting with a few slippery sec- tions. Banff to Golden has been sanded and is in good winter driving condition. Golden to Ro- vclslokc has some compact snow wilh a few slippery sec- tions. The Banff-Radium and Banff-Ja.spor highways are in gond driving condition wiili a few slippery scclions. Motor- ists are advised that, snow tires nr chains