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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LtTHItlDOl HERALD Sohsra'ay, January t, If SORE NOSE FOR STEWARDESS Dionne Beighly, one of rha stewardess' aboard the hijacked 727 to Cuba, rubi her sore nose after the arrival here. While the plane was on the ground in Los Angeles, Dianne said a man rammed a sawed off shot gun against her nose and said "I will kill you if we don't get this thing off the Three crewmen and seven stewardesses answer- ed questions from the press; after rhair arrival here. Act contravened says Campbell VICTORIA (CP) Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell Friday challenged the federal government's c o n s t i tutional right to impose a capital tax on land. Mr. Campbell said he, as well as other provincial munci- pal affairs ministers, told fed- eral urban affairs secretary Robert Andras more than three months ago that the federal gov- ernment's tax on land was a contravention of tin British North American Act. British Columbia and the oth- er provinces want the money collected to come back to the municipalities, he said, adding that the BNA Act reserves the right to municipalities to levy taxes on land, whether it be commercial, industrial, resi- dential or undeveloped. Stewardess wanned baby bottle MIAMI (AP) Seven stew- ardesses told a tale of 914-hour ordeal Friday with two gun-wielding hijackers who re- peatedly threatened to shoot them during a cross-country hi- jacking. They were aboard a Pacific Southwest Airlines commuter flight hijacked miles from California lo Cuba by a shot- gun-armed man and a pistol- waving woman with a five- months-old baby. The flight began at a.m. PST en route from San Fran- cisco to Los Angeles. Sylvia Brister, a striking brunette, was serving the 138 passengers when she felt a sharp stab of pain in her back. It was the barrel of a sawed- off shotgun. The hijacker grabbed her by her ponytail and ordered her to accompany him to the cockpit, Sylvia related at a news conference here follow- ing the return flight from Ha- vana. Once inside, said Capt. Wil- liam Young of San Diego, the man told him If he didn't obey he would kill the entire crew. "He said he would kill three members of the flight the Young told reporters after the Boeing 727 returned from Havana Fri- day night. "He said be didn't 'care what happened. that be was hot, that he was wanted." Doing as he was told, Young landed in Los Angeles where the hijackers ordered the passen- gers off as the plane was being refuelled. Before the refuelling was completed, the hijacker be- came nervous, Young said, and suddenly jammed his shotgun into Dianne Beighley's face and said: "I will kill you if we don't get this thing off the ground." On the four-hour flight to the hijackers spent two hours on the ground refuelling again and vainly trying to force officials to get them a larger plane capable of Hying to Africa-Cheryl Galle- more wanned a baby bottle, with a gun at her bead. SUICIDE VICTIM Jolm Benymaii, Pulltwr Prize- winning poet, leaped from Minneapolis bridge to fill death Friday. The 57-yeir- old Berryman was a Univer- sity of Minnesota professor In humanities. He won the Pul- itzer Prize in 1965 for nil book, "77 Dream Songs." Estate tax decision hit by NDP CALGARY (CP) Premier Peter Lougheed's decision not to levy an estate tax is a "step away from progressive taxa- Grant Notley, Alberta New Democratic Party leader, said Friday. "To suggest this will help out the family farm or small business man n he said hi an interview. "If Mr. Lougbeed wanted to help he could draft the sort of exemptions Saskatche- wan is working on. The pre- mier is merely using this as a justification for making Alberta a tax haven for the rich." Mini-explosion spurs probe Elaborate bomb threat revealed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A muffled blast In a of America branch in San Fran- cisco last Labor Day weekend was, unknown at the time, the herald of the discovery of time bombs in safe deposit boxef of two other San Francisco banks, three in Chicago and three lo New York City. The Bank of America blast caused only minor damage and was kept secret until Friday, when warning letters with Chi- cago postmarks were received in Chicago and San Francisco by newspapers and a television station. They disclosed the pres- ence of the bombs and claimed they were part of a radical new strategy to force release of "po- litical prisoners." They listed safe deposit box numbers and, in four cases, in- cluded keys, One key was to the box where police said the explo- sion occurred about a.m. Sept. 7. Tin FBI said ft immediately carried out a preliminary inves- tigation. Local police said there was an Immediate and widespread in- vestigation of the person who bad rented the safety deposit box at the Bank of America. The name given was that of a Christopher Charles Mohr, with a Chicago address. Officials said all the safety deposit boxes in all the banks involved were rented under the same name, all in January, iwi. They said the name may be fictitious. The Chicago Tribune reported In today's editions that Mohr has been the object of a search in Chicago since July 16 by the FBI, the Central Intelligence Agency and the international Revenue Service. After waiting for some 10 hours for vault timelocks to Soccer results LONDON (CP) Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Chelsea 2 Huddersfield 2 Everfon 2 West Ham 1 Leeds.2 Ipswich 2 Leicester 1 Liverpool 0 Man United 1 Wolverhampton Newcastle 4 Coventry 9 Notts F 0 Crystal P 1 Southampton 1 Derby I Stoke 0 Arsenal 0 Tottenham 1 Man City 1 West Brom 2 Sheffield UI Division n Birmingham 6 Portsmouth 3 Burnley 1 Oxford 1 Hull 0 Cardiff 0 Middlesbrough 1 Bristol 0 Millwall 0 Queen's Pr 0 Norwich 2 Fulham 1 Orient 5 Sunderland 0 Preston 0 Luton 1 SEARCH OVER A group of police and civilian searchers, one carry- Ing the body of three-year-old Hans Vandenberg of Dartmouth, N.S., walk from a snow-clogged wooded area following o 24-hour leqrch for the little boy who wandered away from here Thursday. His body was found in o river Friday afternoon. Low price caused by 11A billion bushel surplus By R1C SWTHART Staff Writer REGINA Canada's lion bushel wheat surplus was blamed here for the 1cm price of wheat. At the second annual Palli- ser Wheat Growers' Associa- MONDAY, Jan. 10TH DAY SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS BOTH LOCATIONS COLLEGE MALL 112-8THST. S. 2 Pair Men's Slacks _ _ 2 Pair Ladles' Slacks ONLY JL ONE DAY ONLY MON., JAN. 10th CASH AND CARRY ONLY SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS COLLEGE MALL 112-8THST. S. tion convention, Walter Nelson, president of the organization, said Canada holds 45 per cent of the world's wheat surplus caused by a va- riety of events, headed by a lack of sales. "Had Canada embarked on sensible selling policy two or three years ago such aa we have today, the surplus would have he said. "No doubt there would have been stronger prices today." He said Canada's marketing effort must be improved be- cause 85 per cent of the wheat product is exported. This com- pares to only 53 per cen' of the U.S. wheat market outside tiie country. To aid the marketing titua tion, the Canada Grains Insti tute has 110 million, annual grant for research. Mr. Nelson said provided the institute re- ceives and follows good advice from producers, it could be a major factor in continuing fa keep Canada's Wheat Industry prosperous. He told the 650 delegates and THE LIQUOR LICENCING ACT (PART 3) (Section 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION Thi following notlct li publiihid In accordonct with tht provisions of Th> Liquor Hunting Acd 1. Thi aw comprising VILLAGE OF GRASSY LAKE hot been designated at a local option for tht purponl of tht abovt Act. 2. Dated lilh day of february 1972, hot bnn ttt at tht dale upon which tht Board will consider applications for licences under Ihl abovt Act, unless prior to that date tht Board hat rtctlvtd a petition tigntd by 500 tleclors of the described local option area or 10 per cent of the number ef ptrsons named en tht latest lists of iltctort for an election ef a member or members to tht Legislative Assembly Irom 1rre am comprising the local option area, whichever Is tht lesser number, rtquestlng that the Lieutenant Govtrnor In Council sub- mit to o vote of tht tltctors.of tht locol option arta a question In respect ef the dais of licence applred for. Dated at Edmonton, this 29th day of December, 1971. A. D. ELLIOTT CHAIRMAN, THE ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD. NOTEi Petitions requesting o plebiscite vole must bt on tht official petlllon farms which may be obtained from Tht Albtrla Liquor Control Board, 13360 141 Street, Edmonton, together with Inslructlont for the submission of a pttition. guests that Palliser representa- tion on the wheat board is Im- perative. "The actual producer, the grower of the commodity, must have the majority of be said'. COSTS RISE EDMONTON It will cost the University of Alberta six per cent more than last year to educate a student In the cur- rent academic year, professor L. V. Leltch, associate vice- president of finance and ad- ministration, said Friday. Sheffield W 1 Blackpool 2 Swindon 0 Carlisle 0 Sheffield 1 Blackpool 2 Swindon 0 Carlisle 0 Watford 0 Charlton 1 Division III Bolton 1 Notts C 2 Brighton 1 Mansfield 0 Bristol R 2 Torquay 0 Chesterfield 2 Port Vale 1 Halifax 2 Bradford 1 Plymouth t York 0 Rochdale 1 Aston Villa 0 Rotherham 0 Bournemouth 0 Swansea 1 Tranmere 1 Walsall 2 Okfijam 3 Wreiham 1 Blackburn 1 Division IV Barrow 1 Doncasler 2 Brentford 6 Darlington 2 Cambridge 0 Sbuthport 0 Colchester 0 Bury 0 Exeter 1 Northampton 1 Gillinghtun 1 Chester 0 Reading 2 Aldershot 0 Scunthorpe 2 Crewe 0 Workington 0 Grimsfay 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Alrdrieonians 1 Aberdeen 2 Clyde 0 Partick 2 Dundee 0 East Fife 0 Dunfermline 1 Ayr 1 Hibernian 3 Dundee U 0 Kumarnock 1 Motberwell 0 Morton 1 Celtic 1 Rangers 9 Falkirk 1 St. Johnstone 1 Hearts I r, police followed mstruc- In the letters, located and disarmed the bombs. The leti-rs contended that kid- napping people for money or property was i symptom of "a sick and brutal society." ITiese lower power "prototype ft said, had been planted to demonstrate what could be done with even tttort so- phisticated equipment If ont> wanted to force the freeing of "all political prisoners.' The next bombs, It warned, could be planter} hi construction projects such as the Dew FBI building in Washington or on su- perhighways, or in new ranct hotels. Kidnappers trial date set MONTREAL (CP) -'Bernard LortJe, charged with slaying Labor Minister Pierre Laporte, and Francis Simard, facing charges of kidnapping Mr. La- porte, had their trial dates post- poned Friday to tte March 6 as- sizes. Lortie, 20, already serving a 20-year sentence for his part in the kidnapping of Mr. Laporte, shouted "Vive le Quebec Libre" live free his brief appearance before Mr. Justice Roger Ouhnet of Court of Queen's Bench. Simard, 23, under a life sen- tence for Mr. Laporte's murder during the October, 1970, politi- cal kidnap crisis, was silent as his new trial date was an- nounced. Also appearing was Jacques Rose, 23, who had his trial date for kidnapping Mr. Laporte set for Feb. 7. Lawyer Robert Lemleux that Simard, first face trial on the murder charge, but uie Crown requested the Udoip trial take precedence. Rose, broker of Paul ROM, 26, who is serving life sentences for the slaying and kidnapping of the labor minister wished everyone a Happy New Year, then shouted "Viva le peuple" live the people. The men were among those arrested following the kidnap crisis, which started Oct. 5, 1970, with the abduction of Brit- ish envoy James Cross by a cell of the Front de Liberation du Quebec. Cup of Milk fund donors Anonymous ............f 1.00 Anonymous s.oo Anonymous 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. David Tschrlller, Tabtr l.gg Ollberl Palerson School Home Economics Clfssn Grade I end 1J.7S TOTAL ...............I TOTAL TO DATE M Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET China names new diplomat OTTAWA (CP) China has informed the federal govern- ment that its next ambassador in Ottawa will be Yao Kuang, whose last posting was ambas- sador to Poland, government sources said here. Mr. Yao will take over the losition held by Huang Hua be- ore he became the permanent representative of the People's Republic at the United Nations. Sources said Mr. Yao was a counsellor in Warsaw from 1958 to 1963, then returned to Peking where be worked in the Asian affairs department and returned to Poland as ambassador in Au- gust, 1970. Uthbridge Medidne Hat Calgary Pincher Creek Edmonton Penh'cton Edson....... Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Prince Albert Moose Jaw Reglna...... Thompson Winnipeg..... Tne Pas...... Toronto Ottawa...... Montreal..... Chicago Washington Miami....... Las Angeles 3an Francisco Denver Sang Frederik improving COPENHAGEN (AP) King Frederik of Denmark was re- torted regaining his strength oday and a Municipal Hospital bulletin said doctors believe he las overcome a bout with pneu- monia. King Frederik, 72, was taken o hospital Monday after suffer- ng a heart attack at his break- fast table. Flu he contracted ver the New Year's holiday subsequently developed into mcumonla, complicating his re- wery. LPre H 38 25 36 27 24 12 37 24 13 9 31 26 23 -1 25 10 26 15 44 34 0 -9 27 20 .08 25 15 .05 -22 -23 20 13 .05 -10 -15 .02 33 9 31 -5 .04 32 -2 .02 39 25 46 32 75 68 65 47 53 45 53 20 FORECASTS Lelhbridge: A few clonds. Winds westerly 15 to 20 and gusty. Gusts to 59 In moun- tain pass areas. Highs 25 lo M. Tomorrow: Winds west- .01 erl; 30 (o 40 and fusty. Goiti lo 85 in mountain pass areas. Blowing snow. Lows 10 to M. Highs M to 15. Medicine Halt Todari Cloudy periods. Winds north- west 15 to 20. Highs 25 to SO. Tomorrow: Winds westerly 25 gusting to 45. Drifting mow. Lows near 10. Highs near X. Koolenay, Columbia To- day: Mainly cloudy with a few enowshowers. Sunday: Cloudy with snow In the morning, de- creasing to a few snowshowen by noon. Highs today and Sun- day, 25 to 35; lows tonight, 20 to 25. Montana: East of continental divide: Partly cloudy today through Sunday. Westerly winds most sections today and along the east slopes of UM Rockies Sunday. Cooler west to- day and eastern portion Sun- day. Highs today and Sunday 30s. Lows tonight 15 to 25; West of continental divide: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers today and Sunday. Cooler today with winds de- leasing this afternoon. Highs both days 30s. Lows tonight 13 to 25. UNIVLKSIIY OF CALGARY DIVISION Of CONTINUING EDUCATION In Co-operation With THI UTHMIDOf REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION and THE ALtENTA REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION prtutnrs TWO-1 DAY REAL ESTATE SEMINARS January 14, 1971 Rial Istote Low January 31, Residential Property Appraisal These seminars art Intended to providt participants with a basic knowledge of the functional areas of Law and Appraisal as they relate to tht acquisition and ownership of Nal Estate. They will be of particular inttrtst lo Individuals employed, or contemplating tm- pleymtnl, In Rial Estolt and reloltd operations. No previous knowltdgt ef subject area Is required. Pee JJS.OO far a single ttmlnar er ftr bath, (tht ftt Includes lunch) UTHBRIDOI hf further Inftrmtlltn anil rtf lilratlan forms contact) Tlit lithbrMgt Rial Htatt Itard _ telephtne 321-1118 BEHLEN BUILDS UTILITY Advanced structural designs keep your machinery and grain out ef the snow. Heavy gauge wall panels, boiled construction, long lift maintenance-free roof, make Bthlen a multi-purpose building. LET GENERAL KEEP YOU ON THE GO GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PH. 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 2 from Standoff to Cardston few short sections of thin packed snow. Highway 3 west Brocket to Pincher Creek :ew short icy patches. Highway 5 Magrath to Spring Coulee few short icy sections. All other highways in the Lethbridge dls- rlct are bare except for packed snow through the towns. High- way i trans Canada highway Jalgary to Golden is mainly bare and in good winter driving condition with occasional slip- pery sections. Golden to Revel- stoke received one Inch of new snow with some drifting and slippery sections. Plowed and Sanded. The Banff-Radium Highway Is in good winter con- dition with a few slipeery sec- tions Thp Banff-Jasper High- way received two inches of new snow with drifting snow and slippery sections. Snow Hres or chains are required while tra- velling over the Rogers Pass, the Banff-Jasper highway, and on all Banff National Park M access roads. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening unit Closing Coutll M hours; Carway I a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Del Donita 9 .m. to 6 p.m looscvllle, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kinfisgnte, B.C., 34 hours- 'orthlll Rykcrls 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chid MouaUio closed WUdboTM, i i.m. lo I p.m. ;