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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HESAID Wednminv Jonuory 17, 1973 Kidnapper ran ski resort while he ivcis serving time TOR nci M ruan oi so'.-LirH} priori Oul'. uhich leaded FU'ri.w. prosrranv Kidjc fur LSTi-T'J Bui "4-> car-aid I- el or's baeksruund j'o'.uv mil as genial -.viih the psniienti-iry iiui btiore permission, ihis club T.J-- charge in rf- iht VIA! Th; IS- i< KOR JOB e e e s ii in Tr spehi L-tody. s in a e; -ahwi' Charles you- n ho Colhour.. '.vcsiiie the new son- -cf-t-i at [re ersl munaier resorl pan PI" "G-ry did the Lvsi yrogram a: Beaver Creek made body could fa uccier i'ir- 3 Vubmissio.i ro Car.idian oumslances." a friend service Miic'a's Monday nignt. "It the tc1 rime in a lore ur.ile tiui sonu- jne reslly irird lo ;ei the init'lliucn'.. e and full of pronuitions In laci utii'e he on .eave I'.OIL-. Garv did notiuns; but work." PRISONERS STAFF oifn-'uls admired prtvnini at iht? i-e.-iirt. During his period he had aboui 15 other Beaver Ci eek prisoners as bartcnlers, ;ind ski hill OLI iliem to make tlwir paro'e They re- [m-p.txi to i he prison at nighi Despite his apparent freedom. Adams uj5 ahvav? under Bea- Creek's securiu and ruies. A.- uiher prisoners he re- and f'nem wirh hi? rela- t-ves in Toronra. He '-vj.? lo t're Beaver r.uHnmiii security prison of his good behavior while at Kingston and Warksworth prison, he was sent on Jan. '23, 1970. He went to Beaver Creek on July 21. 1971. and took over Rainbow Ridge on Jan. 2. 1972 was eligible for paro'.e 7 under a special ruling bu; because of delays it uill probably be I wo to weeks before a final decision is made. Of the other men involved in the kidnapping. Burn? and Ralph Cameron, given 10- year terms, were paroUed in July. 1971. after serving -0 monlhv John Roian and Mi- t'hsel with 12-year term.-, -.-ere panyled Dec. iU. 1U71. after Richard lormor To- was in Fcbruaj'v after '24 mom [is of a 12-year sentence. "They're al! doing ftcl! out- side." a parole board official Meanwhile, Henry Radchfie (Cliff i Nelles and his wife, Man-, moved to Vancouver last when he was trans- ferred by his stock brokerage firm. They !cfi '.heir small reno- vated home in Claremoiu. about 25 miles, northeast of here, where Mra.' Nelles was grabbed by the men on Sept. 7. 19o9 Mrs. XeHes was held for 39 hours before being released. Ti-e 3200.000 ransom uas revov- ered-. hidden in rhe Fo-ires Bay area of Lr-ke Joseph in Mus- WORKERS SUSPENDED IN LONG-HAIR CASE EDMONTON iCP) Tivo em- of Fiberslas ivere suspended Tuesday for contravening i: i ir lc-r.2ih rules ard 17 walk- ed off their jobs in Robin Ruth, the Irial relations supervisor, said the'men were given until today to oil their hair or wear res- irninine headpieces in accord- ance Workmen's Conrien- sation Board regulations effec- tive Jan. 1. Mr. Huth said the new regula- requiring hair 10 be no longer than scalp, cellar length at t're and abjve c..c- "sirictiy for saleLV'' around maciiinery- levrih of hair at ipdiu-1 dual planu in Alberta Tas a ninnagemenl decision, he added. The 1? employees, who later picketed the plant, said they would not return to under present hair-length conditions. Thirteen of their co-workers on the morning shift stayed on Cm iob TAKES BEATING TORONTO (CPi York Uni- versity's faculty of arts took "the beating in Ontario'1 in its attempt to recruit Grade 13 students last year, said Sandv McNeil. York's director of admissions faculty en- rolled '25 per cent fewer firsf- year students in than the year before. ANN BREAD Fresh White or Brown Sliced 20 oz. Net Wt. Loaf for CHOC. PUFFS Davids Biscuits....................... 8 oz. net wt. pkg. TOMATO JUICE Town House Canada Fancy..................48 fl. oz. tin Taste Tells Taiwan Choice Whole MARGARINE 10 fl. oz. tin EMPRESS SOFT 1-lb. tub NAVEL ORANGES ft COTTAGE CHEESE California Extra Choice Full of Sunshine Flavour Size 56s Large or Small Curd or 1% M.F....... WHITE FLOUR Robin Hood All Purpose paper bag lucerne Creamed 32 01. net wt. tub 63C 20 i 149 APPLES Flando Fresh Red cr While Sila 48s..... B.C. Canada Fancy Golden Delicious Imported Melons Frorn Canado ExUo Fancy Golden Delicious B.C. APPLES TOMATOES Imported CHerry 12 oz. Net Wt. 3skf. 4 J9' 39' 29 39' Ib. 01. bskt. EMPRESS JELLY POWDERS Assorted Flavours 3 oz. net wl. pkg. SPECIAL for Extra Saving Specials 1' RISE N SHINE 0rBng. CrylIBll 5 3'i oz. Wt. Pkgs. in Pkg...... Evaporated SKIM MILK cation fl 16 01. Net Wt. tin fo MEAT SAUCE o TCis Mushroom For Spaghetti 14 fl oz im Mi for I FRESH BUNS Toastmaster Deluxe Cinnamon Pkg of 6 MARGARINE QO0 Parkay Vegetable 3 Ib pkg. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SAFEWAY COPYRIGHT I960. CANADA SAKWAY LIMITED liquid B'eoth Fabric Scfiener 128 Fl. Jug Stock Ip And Save Witli Bristol Myers Specials JAVEX FLEECY GLIDE BEHOLD Endust Magic US Fl Jug Wi Tin 4.K 55' Fo'ish 6': Kei Dus; 6 Tin Cooking Bogs xlS" Large Sue Pkg of 6 For Health Be v Score V Hoir Bufferin 79' 79 Bortle e< 4S is .N Sal pirn Y Pricrs Induiuiol unngth 01 bllt Cooking Bag! Medium S'le 10 ,20 FVg 10 Powd" in1; 36 01 N'fl W. I'UJ Toil" !owl 31 01 NPI Wi FL9 Window Cleonfr no, Aeroiol 20 N.I W. T.n OJC AOf siring 15 oi N.I Wi OVC Rfin Antiperipnani i oft POIl Oeoderonl i 01 Wi Airoiol Tin I J7 ;