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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Terrorism chosen top news story By THE CANADIAN PRESS Two terrorist kidnappings in Quebec and the chain of events that followed made Canada's top news story of 1970. The story, beginning Oct. 5 with the kidnapping of British trade official James Cross and extending for more than two months, was the obvious and overwhelming choice of newspaper editors and broadcasters in a year-end poll conducted by The Canadian Press. While most picked the whole episode a sthe outstanding Canadian story of the year, many gave that position to the slaying of Quebec Labor Minister PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU ... No. 1 Newsmaker Pierre Laporte, the other kidnap victim, whose strangled body was found in the trunk of �n abandoned car Oct. 18. Others chose the kidnapping of Mr. Cross, his rescue Dec. 3, or the imposition of the War Measures Act Oct. 16 to combat the Front de Liberation du Quebec, some of whose members claimed responsibility for the crimes. The selections were made by editors representing CP member newspapers and radio and television stations served by CP's associated company, Broadcast News Ltd. SPACE STORY TOPS For the third successive year, the United States space program produced the outstanding world story in the abortive ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 moon flight of Apollo IS and the safe return of three astronauts in the partially disabled craft after an explosion in space. Man's first landing on the moon by the Apollo 11 mission was 1969's top world story in the CP poll. The flight round the moon by Apollo 8 was chosen in 1968. For the third year, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau was an easy winner as the most newsworthy Canadian. Bobby Orr of Parry Sound, Ont., outstanding defenceman of Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, was named the most newsworthy Canadian outside public affairs with a big majority over all other nominees. Singer Anne Murray from Springhill, N.S., was runner-up. President Richard Nixon was named the most newsworthy world figure. Editors were asked to name the six outstanding Canadian and world stories. CANADIAN NEWS Various aspects of the terrorism in Quebec dominated the Bail is granted 4 FLQ members MONTREAL (CP) - Four persons taken into custody under the War Measures Act were granted bail here while nine other bail applications were turned down by Superior Court. The decisions brought to 16 the number of applications accepted by the court. Five applications were withdrawn and 14 rejected during hearings today and Wednesday. Mr. Justice Ignace Deslau-riers, one of two Justices handling the applications, rejected bail for five men after special prosecutor Bruno Pater as told the court the five Foreign car sales climb TORONTO (CP) - Foreign car sales made up about 29 per cent of passenger car sales registered in November, up from a 22-per-eent share of the market in October. Registration figures compiled by R. L. Polk and Co. (Canada) Ltd. show 53,439 passenger cars registered in November. Registration of foreign cars totalled 15,317. Figures for the four major North American companies were: General Motors of Canada Ltd., 9,041; Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd., 15,796; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 11,602; and American Motors Canada Ltd., 1,702. North American companies sold 9,301 trucks during November, or 93 per cent of a total of 10,050 trucks sold. formed a special cell of the Front de Liberation du Quebec. Mr. Pater as said that when Robert Langevin, Jean-Marie Boisjoly, Come Leblanc and Raymond and Gilles Cormier were arrested, plans for armed robberies, revolution and kidnappings came to light. No further details were revealed. But he did say the planned kidnappings involved certain important persons, including cabinet ministers. The five were all charged with seditious conspiracy and being members of the FLQ. The brother-and-sister pair of Richard and Colette Therrien was refused bail by Mr. Justice Kenneth Mackay as was Jean-Luc Arene. The prosecution claimed the three played an important part in hiding kidnap suspects Jacques and Paul Rose, Francis Simard and Bernard Lottie. Andre Lavoie, charged with being a member or declaring himself to be a member of the outlawed FLQ, was granted bail of $5,000 cash or property. Jean-Jacques Leroux, Gerard Lachance and Jean-Francois Brossin were granted bail of $1,000 cash or two bonds of $960 each. Meanwhile, some persons whose applications were granted Wednesday posted bail. Jacques Larue-Langlois, charged with seditious conspiracy among other offences, had $5,000 cash bail posted for him and Jacques Geoffrey put up $7,500. Geoffrey is the brother of convicted terrorist bomber Pierre-Paul Geoffrey. top three positions in the poll but the events are given only the No. 1 position in the following tabulation showing how other Canadian stories were rated: 1. Terrorist kidnapping and forurdoy, January 1, l�7l - THI IITHBRIDOI HERA ID - If) PRESIDENT NIXON . . . Top World Figure murder in Quebec, Oct. 5 2. Air Canada crash at Toronto kills 109, July 5. 3. Tanker Arrow runs aground, Feb. 4. 4. Rotating postal strikes begin, May 26. 5. Canada recognizes Communist China, Oct. 13. 6. Liberals win Quebec election, April 29. WORLD NEWS 1. Apollo 13 mission to the moon aborted, April 13. 2. Storms ravage East Pakistan, toll in hundreds of thousands, Nov. 17. 3. Former president Charles de Gaulle of France dies, Nov. 9. 4. Three planes hijacked by Arab guerrillas, Sept. 6. 5. Four students slain in Kent State University disorders at Kent, Ohio, May 4. 6. Biafra surrenders, Jan. 12. Refined lead price cut MONTREAL (CP) - Cominco Ltd. will reduce the price of refined leal in Canada one cent a pound to $13% cents, effective Monday, Jan. 4, it was announced today. The company said the reduc tion will bring Canadian lead price in line with levels currently prevailing in other world markets. START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! SPAjQ^ Stock up now on oil your favorite records at fabulous savings ALL RECORDS SALE STARTS MONDAY, JANUARY 4th AT 9 A.M. ENDS SATURDAY, JANUARY 9th AT 5:30 P.M. Complete Stock of Records On Sale Singlet - l.P.'t - Albums, etc. Choose from . , . * COUNTRY and WESTERN Mom and Dads - Johnny Cath - Jim Reeve* - Charlie Pride - Glen Campbell - Tammy Wynette - Dolly Parton - WW Carter. Plot many, many more. OFF REGULAR LIST PRICES * INSTRUMENTAL Montavanl - Jamet lait - Billy Vauahan - Lawrence Welle - Guy lombardo - Tijuana Bran - Henry Manclnl. Plus many, many mere. * VOCALISTS Enalebert - Tom Jones - Jerry Vale - Id Amet - Nat King Cole - Nancy Sinatra - Jack Jones - Petula Clark - Jim Nabori. Plui many, many mere. * CLASSICAL and CHILDREN'S A good selection of Children's R.�rd, folding $,qfn. Sfr#tf plus many, many more * POP andd UNDERGROUND Santana - 10 year* after George Harrison - Rlngo Starr - Guest Who - Moody Bluet - Rolling Stones - 3th Dimension'. Plus many, many more. Operas - Symphonies - Concertos The Largest Stock of Records in Southern Alberta is at the Harmon/ House of the South 315 7th St. S. BERT *� MAC'S RECORD BAR Phone 327-5560 or 327-3232 __THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE UH LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING CREDIT PROGRAM ON CAMPUS - SPRING SEMESTER 1971 CODE NO. CLASS NAME ARTS AND SCIENCE 0202 Art 1000 Sac. N Lab 0204 Art 2100 Sec. N 0234 Ait 3010 Sec. A BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 6020 Biology 3500 Sec. A 6026 Biology 4900 Sec. N ECONOMICS 0S20 Economics 2860 See. A ENGLISH 1012 English 2400 Sec. N 1046 English 3300 Sec. A 1056 English 3500 Sec. A GEOGRAPHY 1226 Geography 2910 Sec. N HISTORY 1502 History 1000 See. N 1560 History 4010 See. N 1562 History 4110 See. N MATHEMATICS 4052 Mathematics 4450 Sec. A MODERN LANGUAGES 4504 French 0110 Sec. A French 0110 Lab 4542 French 4210 Sec. A PHILOSOPHY 7044 Philosophy 4000 Sec. A PHYSICAL EDUCATION 6317 Phys. Act. 1230 Sec. A 6522 Phys. Act. 1300 Sec. A 6529 Phys. Act. 1440 Sec. A 6535 Phys. Act. 1600 Sec. A 6537 Phys. Act. 1690 Sec. A 6570 Phys. Ecluc. 4640 Sec. A Lab PHYSICS 5502 Physics 1000 Sec. B 5512 Physics 2400 Sec. A POLITICAL SCIENCE 2004 Pol. Sci. 2110 Sec. N 2050 . Pol. Sci. 3420 Sec. N PSYCHOLOGY 2506 Psychology 2020 See. N 2508 Psychology 2100 Stc. N SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 3002 Anthropology 1000 Sec. N 3018 Anthropology 3010 See. N 3044 Anthropology 4800 Sec. A DAY (S) TIME INSTRUCTOR 3050 Sociology EDUCATION 0701 Education 0721 Education 0727 Education 0733 Education 0735 Education 0736 Education 0748 Education 1000 Sec. N 3010 Sec. N 3360 See. N 3670 Sec. N 4020 Sec. N 4040 Sec. N 4050 Sec. A 4250 Sec. N 0749 Education 4260 See. N 0758 Education 4420 Sec. N 0759 Education 4450 Stc. N 0760 Education 4470 Sac. N 0761 Education 4490 Soc. N 0763 Education 4520 Soc. N 0764 Education 4570 Soc. N 0766 Education 4620 Soc. N 0774 Education 4970 Soc. N 0747 Education 4200 Soc. N Introduction to Art Photography I Twentieth Century Art Seminar Senior Seminar Macroeconomlc Dynamics Survey of English literature I Special Studies in Prose Special Studies in Literary Forms Geography of the U.S.S.R. The' Renaissance to Waterloo A History of Socialism Historiography Advanced Linear Algebra Elementary French I French Canadian Civilization Studies In Philosophy Fundamental Movement Personal Defence Advanced Wrestling Advanced Judo Advanced Track and Field Motor Skill Learning Introduction to Physics Thermal and Statistical Physics International Politics Personnel Administration Educational Psychology Developmental Psychology Introduction to Anthropology Myth and Ritual Anthropology Field and Lab Techniques Introduction to Sociology Behavioural Sciences in Education Analysis of Teaching Cataloguing and Classification Educational Psychology History of Education Philosophy of Education The Reading Program: Organization and Method Seminar for Supervisory Personnel Exceptional Children Composition and Rhetoric Library Services and Collections Curriculm Design and Development Psychology and Education of the Mentally Handicapped Advanced Technologies of Mast Instruction Psychology and Education of the Emotionally Disturbed Seminar Instructional Technology Method  Second Level - Art M only W only T & Th M & W F only T or Th MWF M only T-Th T-Th 7:00- 9:00 p.m. Staff 7:00- 9:00 p.m. Staff 7:00-10:00 p.m. Crane 4:30- 6:00 p.m. Crane 4:00- 7:30-10:30 p.m. lewis Lewis 4:00- 4:50 p.m. Schuyff 7:00-10:00 p.m. Mardor* 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Latta 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Tyson M only 7.00-10:00 p.m. Jankunls T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Williams W only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Orchard M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Penton T-Th 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Hiscocks MWF 4:00- 4:50 p.m. Pefherbrldgo T-Th 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Petherbridgo MWF 4:00- 4:50 p.m. Hesse T tV Th 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Butterfield M & W M & W M & W T & Th M & W MWP M & W MWF T-Th T only W onJy M only T only W only Th only M & W 4:00-4:00-4:00-4:30-4:00-4:00-5:00- 4:00-4:30- 7:00-7:00- . Winter , Senda , Fairbanks , Senda , Gemer , Buhrmann 4:50 p.m. Faculty 5:45 p.m. Rood 10:00 10:00 p.m. Ichikawa p.m. Doerr 7.00-10:00 p.m. Holt 7:00-10:00 p.m. Miller 7:00-10:00 p.m. Parry 7:00-10:00 p.m. Shields 4:00- 5:15 p.m. Lomas M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Parton W only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Campbell M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Twa Th only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Hastings M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Holt Wed. 7:00-10:00 p.m. Skolrood T & Th 4:30- 5:45 p.m. Butterfield W only 7:00-10:00 p.m. lampard T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Thorlaclus M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Perkins M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Emig M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Hastings To bo arranged Gillespie T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Perkins T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Sfahl 7-.00-10-.00 p.m. Gall 7:00-10:00 p.m. Bruha 7:00-10:00 p.m. Johnson W only Th only W only EVENING CREDIT PROGRAM PLACE CODE BLAIRMORE 1061 0721 BOW ISLAND 3056 0732 BROOKS 3052 0748 CARDSTON 0761 CLARESHOLM 3051 0719 FORT MACLEOD 2506 0733 MAGRATH 1526 PINCHER CREEK 3054 0701 RAYMOND 0214 0748 TABER 1216 0712 VULCAN 7044 0736 CLASS NAME English 3600 Sec. X DAY (S) TIME INSTRUCTOR Education 3360 Soc. X Sociology 2210 Sec. X Education 4000 Soc. X Sociology 2030 Soc. X Education 4250 Soc. X Education 4490 Soc. X Sociology 2020 Sec. X Education 3290 Soc. X Psychology 2020 Soc. X Education 4020 Soc. X History 2920 Sec. X Sociology 2050 Soc. X Education 3010 Sec. X Art 2300 Sec. X Education 4250 Soc. Y Geography 2120 Soc. X Education 3170 Soc. X Philosophy 4000 Sec. X Education 4050 Soc. X M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Tarleck T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Twa Th only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Weaver T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Falkenberg M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Letkemann T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. lampard To be arranged Gillespie T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Finnigan M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Loewen Th only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Holt As above W only 7:00.10:00 p.m. Penton Sat. 9.00-12:00 a.m. Mann NOTIS Special Studies In Major Writers Analysis of Teaching Sociology of Occupations Innovations in Education Deviant Behavior The Reading Program: Organization & Method Curriculum Design and Development Social Problems Curriculum Evaluation Educational Psychology Educational Psychology Latin America Sociology of the Community Behavioral Sciences In Education Two Dimensional Design The Reading Program: Organization & Method Canada Technologies of Mass Instruction Philosophy of Education Philosophy of Education As above : Registration procedures end Application for Admission and Reglitratlon formi can be obtained from the Registrar, University of Lethbridge, lethbridgo, Alberta Telephone: 327-2)71. Student! who have never been admitted to the University muit ensure that odmlulon forms and officlol transcripts are submitttd to the Registrar's Office well in advance of the registration deadline which is Tuesday, January 12th, 1971. Persons who wish to take courses for Interest-I.e. audit, not credit-can obtain an Audit Registration Form from the Registrar's Office. No transcripts need be submitted under this category. Lethbridge courses to commence Wednesday, January 13fh, and end Friday, April 16th, !971. Off-Campus courses to commence the week of January '��� and end the week of April 19th. 1971. Tuition fejs per semester course are $65.00, except Physical Activity courses which ore $32.50. Auditor feet ore $32.50 per semester. W only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Schott T only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Hicks M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Albiston W only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Stone T only M only 7:00-10:00 p.m. Plumb 7:00-10:00 p.m. Butterfield ;