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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THt HERALD Hi H71 Rose is injured in prison revolt MONTREAL (CP) Jacques Rose was one of seven prisoners injured during a one-hour revolt at detention cells in Quebec Provincial Police headquarters Sunday, the assistant director of the Quebec detention service said today. Pierre Gariepy said Rose, awaiting trial for the October, 1970 murder snd kidnap of Pierre Laporte, then Quebec labor minister, was taken to hospital for examination. None of the prisoners was se- riously injured and all were re- turned to cells after a brief stay in hcspital. Mr. Gariepy said Rose was injured by broken glass from windows smashed by some of the 60 prisoners in the centre's recreation rooms, and in a scuf- fle with police trying to restrain him. "Some of the boys Just didn't wsnt to go buck to their R police spokesman said Sunday mglit. "But they went back after we sent a few extra men up there to persuade them." About 270 of the 300 prisoners in the centre have been on a hunger strike since last Tues- day. They say their food is ine- dible, their exercise inadequate, and they waat more telephone privileges and visiting hours. The detention centre is only for prisoners awa'ting trial. Rose is to stand trial Feb. 7 on a charge of kidnapping Mr. Laporte, but no date has been set for the raurter charge. His brother Paul is serving life terms for the kidnapping snA mnrrtpr. Oil discovery reports good Unconfirmed field reports say a substantial amount of oil has beer discovered in northern Toole County In Montana, three miles south of the Canadian- Montana border. The Big West well reportedly got more than feet of oil In a Sunburst sand drill stem test below feet. SAVED BY A NOSE. Buried in mow? Swepl oway by an avalanche? Don't fear. Ginger'j on his way and rescue is al bond. Read about Canada's fint dog to be specially trained to find people buried in snow, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Bombardier checking snowmobile MONTREAL (CP) A spokesman for Bombardier Ltd. said Monday the company is ex- amining one model of Its 1972 snowmobile line which Minneso- ta's director of consumer serv- ices had asked Bombardier to recall because of a defect which caused the engine to quit in mild temperatures. Mrs. Sherry Chenoweth said drivers of the Ski Doo 15 horse- power 300 series could suddenly find themselves stalled in traffic or on the side of a slope where a dead engine could cause the machine to tip. The Bombardier spokesman said the engine trouble resulted from using the machine when temperatures are warm and un- seasonable. Mrs. Chenoweth said a rede- signed engine cover may cause the engine to overheat, allowing vapor lock which kills the en- gine. The problem could be tem- porarily solved by removing the engine cover to allow air to cool the motor. The company would assume any costs of modifying the snowmobile, she said. Love backfires PALERMO, Sicily (Eeuter) Fifteen-year-old A n g e 1 o Car- cione, broken-hearted when his 13-year-old girl-friend refused to marry him, poured gasoline over himself and set it ablaze Sunday. But a relative put out the flames and saved his life. i PRIME STAR MATERIAL, IT WOULD APPEAR Film newcomer Angel Tompkini hat a bad rale In the forth- coming "Kansas City Prime" In which she Gene Hackman's girl friend who develops a yen for Lee Marvin. SCAB LABOR BLOEMFONTEIN, South Af- rica (AP) A minister of the Dutch Reformed Church has warned that seeding clouds to cause rain arHfically is a sin because control of the elements ia the work of God. PARIS TALKS SLATED PARIS (Reuter) West Ger- man Chancellor Willy Brandt will visit Piris Feb. 10 and 11 for talks with French President Georges Pompidou. Terrorism thing of past MONTREAL (CP) Justice Minister Jerome Cboquetto has reiterated that terrorist acUvi- t'es may be a thing of the past and Quebecers can look forward to a long period of relative calm. He told a service club here that confidential Information in- dicates that the province can look forward to a trouble-free future and that most terrorists realize that "terrorism DO longer works. "Hiere is no doubt also that the disavowal by Pierre Val- lleries of terrorism and the got- ernment's firm attitude follow- ing the crisis of 1970 have all contributed to this period of calm." He was referring to a pub- lished disavowal of terrorism by the bespectacled author, long associated with the activities of the Front de liberation du Quebec, published in a French- language newspaper in early December. Name change for Weston TORONTO (CP) Weston Foods Ltd. of Toronto will soon change its name to Interfaake Foods Ltd., J. K. Grant, presi- dent, announced here. The company, a division of George Weston Ltd. of Toronto, has biscuit outlets, in Canada and the United States. Mr. Grant said the decision to change the name was made to avoid confusion with the com- pany's parent corporation and to strengthen its Canadian iden- tity. In the document, Valliere hailed the Parti Quebecoli as the only "real alternative" to the current Liberal government in Quebec, and said he was cut- ting all ties with the FLQ. He saw the Parti Quebecoi as "Uio provincial force for political strategy in the struggle for lib. eralion" of Quebecers. Vallierea disappeared IB Sep. tember while free on ball pend- ing trial on charges of sedition conspiracy and counselling tc kidnapping end murder. It's your move. Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity for modern Infantry training in a man's world o( action among men. We're interested In you and we look after you. You'll get experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of M dcys leave aoch As well as the opportunity to see places. The Military Career Coun- sellor will give you all the de- tails on the Infantry- your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon to I p.m. Wtdtieiday and Thunday January 19 and 20, THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCER Jack Hertz in Lethbridge! "Hi! I'm Jack local Hertz Agency and these are just a few of the brand new cars and tracks we've got lined up for you. We've also got some new ideas about service for too. Come on in and see Look what we can jrat on the road for you! a buskWM orptasura trip coming up? We can Bead you off In atylel Just tell us when you want to leave, and we'll have a brand new Ford all ready and waiting! Need a sturdy Ford truck to tide you over a busy period, or to replace one ot your own trucks? We've Cot just the equipment you need. Brand newl" We won't let yon down on the road! give our care and trucks a scrupulous 19-polnt safety and performance check before each and every rental." We've got yon too! you're In one of our cars you're covered by a million dollars worth of public liability Insurance -free. Plus unlimited (Ire end thefUnsurance, too." Rent it Here- leave it There can rent a ear or track In Whbrfdgt and drop It off In more Bun 40 other cities without extra charge." We can have a car for you anywhere in the world. "Call us and we can have a car waiting for you anywhere In the world through the Hertz free world-wide reservations system." JiekMoora, Around the wodd Hertz vents ayear, Oneatatime. 3rd Avenue and 21st St ;