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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mdoy, rtbman, 4, 797Z TM[ ItTHttlOGt HTKAIB 23 MASS FUNERAL The funerol cortege of 12 of the 13 victims of the Jan. 30 "Bloody Sunday" shooling, makes ils way to the cemetery from St. Mary's Church, Londonderry. Three military branches favored New blood iii Quebec West Briefs Hospital sold at Regina REGINA (CP) -The provin- cial government has purchased the 62-year-old Regina Grey Nuns Hospital for SI million. Premier Allan Blakeney tine] Health Minister Walter Smish- ek announced today the govern- ment has accepted the olfcr to sell and the transaction was effective Dec. 31, 1971. WINNIPEG (CP) Literal leader I. H. Asper today said he will seek nomination in the west central Winnipeg constit- uency of Wolseley, where a by- electionis to be held. VANCOUVER (CP> The owner of the underground news- OTTAWA (CP) More gov- ernment assistance to the Cana- dian publishing and newspaper industry and restoration ot three distinctive branches in the armed forces has found support among Conservative parly dele- gates. Shot hijacker grilled iii Keunedy plot DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Na- tional Archives documents show that Garrctl B. Trapnell, the man shot and captured Salur- day following Hie hijacking of an airliner in New York, was questioned by FBI agents con- cerning a plot lo kill former at- torney-general Robert F. Ken- nedy." Federal agents were told Aug. 19, that Trapnell had met with three Cuban refugees who were planning lo kidnap and kill Robert Kennedy. The state- ments were given by Trapnell. The Dallas News in a dispatch from its Washington bureau Bays the material is contained in 23 pages ot documents on tile at the archives. The FBI questioned him again Nov. 23, day after John F. Kennedy was assassi Dated in Dallas. Trapnell later denied his Etory, saying he had fabricated it Lo confuse and complicate facts surrounding a bad-cheque charge lodged against him at Chestertown, Md. Trapnell's medical and crimi- nal history is said to include nine periods in mental hospitals one in Canada- three escapes and six bank rob- beries in Canada Pattern The party released Thursday the final policy votes by dele- gates to last December's con- venlion here. Among olher things, they support greater ac- tion on urban problems and transportation, a bigger role for science, more government initi- atives in preserving economic independence, and steps to en- sure the country's sovereignly. The p a r t y 's parliamentary caucus is not bound by the views of delegates. The results of the voting, in this latest list of policy papers, shows that 33 per cent ol dele- gales favored establishment of a national periodicals develop- ment corporation "to grant cap- ital assistance toward the estab- lishment of new Canadian news- papers and magazines or to- ward the expansion of estab- lished ones Twenty-nine per cent opposed this, the remainder were undecided or did not reply. There was stronger 16 per a resolution that "tax and other incentives should be initiated to encourage (he expansion of news-gathering services in Canada, particularly direct Canadian foreign news- gatliering services." This was opposed by 10 per cenl. Dele- gales favored legislation to en- sure effective Canadian control ol all magazines and news- papers published in Canada. And in supporting tax relief for advertising in Canadian periodi- cals, there was support for ex- cluding Reader's Digest and Time magazine from the list of Canadian publications. SUPPORT FELLOWSHIPS The delegates also supported a resolution calling for govern- ment-financed fellowships for Canadian journalists. By a percentage vote of 59 lo 10, Ihe delegates said the CBC should become more aclive in providing a balanced service of information and entertainment for people of different ages, in- terests and tastes. They also said more money should be made to the CBC and private mare high-quality national af- fairs programs. There was strong per cent lo resisting any shifting of the Canadian jarliamentary system toward :he American presidential sys- :em. But Ca.iada needed a re- vised constitution, the delegates decided, and by a percentage vote of 42 lo 13 they agreed that greater powers should be given .0 the provinces, particularly in cultural and social fields. At least half of all senators should be appointed by the provinces. Georgia Straight prepared to move back into his of- today in the wake of a QUEBEC (CP) order ousting rebellious Robert Bourassa moved who had taken over blood into two key ministries premises. Seventeen staff- 1972, while reassigning part all but one of them unpaid his own workload in a look over the of- shuffle announced Jan. 19 after owner-pub- The premier created the Dan Macleod refused post of vice-premier and at demands for co-operative same lime dropped the of Ihe 16-page week- governmental affairs thus becoming the first premier since the days of ice Duplcssis not to cany a cabinet (CP) Jacob Leonhard, known by police as He appointed Gerard-D. kingpin in the illicit drug vcsque, previously industry on the Pacific Coast for commerce irjnisler, as than 20 years, died here mier and as the new the age of 54. ernmental affairs was also known as Mr. Levesque also Stone and, at one time, as government house leader. Other major parts erf the shuffle see Guy Saint-Pierre Lennie the Gambler. He survived a gangland-style murder bid in when his car up to handle the colossal blown up, hurling him 10 Bay development project from the wreckage. He lost Francois Cloutier moved in leg and his speech was im- handle the province's language policies to be lated this (CP) Chief Other Smallboy, leader o! a Jean Bienvenue becomes band of Cree In- migration minister and has in the Alberta foothills, ditional responsibility for a rare visit to civiliza- manpower section of the Wednesday. department. He was 75 yeai' old chief, who minister without portfolio white men's ways al- responsibility in the finance four years ago by leading Erminskin band members Mr Levesque takes the Hobbema reserve near bility for the Quebec to the K o o t e n a y and development made the public appear- Claude Simard remains as a gesture toward mu- ter without portfolio with understanding. sponsibility in industry brought with him about commerce, but fisheries, dancers and singers to per- tourism, fish and game at the Universily of Al- added to his responsibilities for about 200 persons, minister without anthropology students. Community centres EDMONTON (CP) The offered t h r ough lierta Medical Association and oulpatiei.t and here it is prepared to services in hos- development of that offer 2-4-hour ser- health centres on an mental basis, providing there is no compulsion on doctors C. J. Varvis, president of (he 2.200-member association. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN' I'HKSS patienls. In a brief to Dr. J. E. F. Hastings of Toronto, who is do- ing a study on community health centres for the federal government, the association outlined the conditions under which it would support experi- mental centres. "In those areas where com- munity health centres have been encouraged in the past, they have met with a great deal of resistance by the mcdi- profession and the public where there has been an cle- nieut of compulsion." Ihe brief j .si id "Any said the AMA wants the mo- nopoly situation (o be avoided so that community centres are freely compelative wilh estab- lishments providing similar services. In Western Canada, patients now have access to the com- munity centre services in olher ways, such as group practices, he said. It may only require a little i co ordination More these could meet the needs Ihe com- munity cenlrcs are lo offer. I .Higher earnings spectre ot compulsion l I will result in active and pas- Vancouver-Jacob Lconhard. resistance by physicians, known by police as a kingpin An afglian made of. medal- lions c r o a e s an exciting de- j sign. Quirk to memorize. Fluffy puff .sl.il chcs in a med- ley of colors brings warmth, adds cheer lo a rooirr. Pattern 7IJM: crorhcl directions for afflhan: color schemes. S K V V. N T Y-rlVU CENTS (Onin.s) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add IS cents for each pattern for (irst-class mailing and special handling i.i'VnmittnfiE HERALD IJcvidi'rs .Mnil I.imiled n'J Froiil Slri'i'l Toronto 1. Olnario in Ihe illicit drug Ivnde on Ihe Pacific coast for more than 23 years, and also known as .lake Stone and Lennie the Gambler. W. Carlylc Allison, H. former editorial and public affairs director of Winnipeg tel- evision station CJAY-TV, ot a heart attack. Mexico R o j a s' Mexico's most-hunted guerrilla, when Ihe car he was riding in hit a bridge near Ihe eily of Morelia. Bnrnrv. !M, who mil have to be the hub of the system." DIFFERENT METHODS The brief also said that the "consumer" should have the right to choose between differ- ent methods of health care de- livery. "The concept of community health centres as apparently I envisioned by the department j of national health and welfare, '7'. where primarv physician care and services arc supplied by allied health and related ser- vices on a co ordinaled basis, represents a change from the more conventional methods of an-lrorn literary dclivermp, such ambulatory .....nlrrlained many I the brief said. nious writers al a lilerary circle "ThoiiRh this concept may she ran in the Loll. Bank'area of in many parts ot Can- an Amorican-l we who Paris. Turner. D-I, former bureau chief of The Ca- nadian Press in Winnipeg and Vancouver, whose career in the business spanned I lie years between Morse code and computerized tape. ada, m.iuy of the functions im- I plied in this melltod of delivery of health care arc already in operation in Alberta." Tlie brief mentioned solo practice, group p r a c t ices, health unite, ancillary services with l.ihomlorv. x-ray, nurs- ing, social work or guidance for Goodyear TORONTO (CPI Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada j Ltd. reports net income tor the year ended Dec. 31. 1971. ot or per share, j up from or a share in 1970. Presided JI. Gordon Mac-; Ncill says in a report lo share-1 holders the improved profit re- sulted from new sales slralcgy, i an effective cost-reducing pro- gram, a reduction of long-term debt and lower interest rates. Centre Village SATURDAY SPECIALS! PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY PLEASE PEAK FREAN PACKAGED COOKIES SALE O FOR OO SIZE PANTY HOSE SALE OFOR 1 MACLEODS ROYALE SUPER TOWELS SALE FOR COLA GLASS 7-01. SALE 12 FOR 1 MACLEODS NOXEMA MOUTHWASH SALE fc FOR 1 WOOL SALE 2 FOR 1 MACLEODS CRIMP KNIT SALE O BATH OIL u QQtf Reg, SALE DRUG MART JERGENS LOTION Reg SALE HAIR SPRAY Reg, SALE SHOPPERS DRUG DRUG MART LADY PATRICIA PROTEIN SHAMPOO 20 01. Reg. ?1.25....................... SALE SHOPPERS DRUG MART BAN SPRAY ANTI-PERSPIRANT- Reg. SALE I SHOPPERS DRUG MART FRESH ANTI-PERSPIRANT 5 oz. Reg. SALE SHOPPERS DRUG MART ROLAIDS 75's. Reg. SALE SHOPPERS DRUG MART BUTTER Brookfield 1 Ib. Reg. 77c......................... SALE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION Reg. SALE SHOPPERS DRUG MART LAVQRIS MOUTHWASH 20 oi.. Reg. SALE SHOPPERS DRUG MART .49 BUFFERIN 48's Reg. 69c.........................SALE 44 SHOPPERS DRUG MART PURITY ICE CREAM 1 Gallon Assorted Flavors. Reg. SALE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA CQ CORNISH HENS 16-01. Reg. 1.29............. SALE, each CENTRE VILLAGE IGA DINNER ROLLS Reg. SALE O do1- CENTRE VILLAGE IGA WOMEN'S WINDER BOOTS 15" Smooth Leather. S 1 O 77 Reg. to O' BATA SHOES Kidnap workers j PHNOM I'UNII (Renter) Forty .irchapolo.si- eal workers trying lo prcsenc the ancient Angkor Wat ruins have been abducted by Com- munist troops, the Cambodian military command reported Wednesday. Tliry bad born working to save from decay Ihn l.OOrt-ycar-old tonmlo now bring used as a military ba.sc by Com- munist units SYNTHETIC WIGS Wash and Weor. SC.99 Reg. SALE 53" MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM MISSES' SHOES Rog. to