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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WW**"*' TZ>*!* - HOT HANGOUT FOR COOL CATS-Thii chimney on London's William Street is a popular haunt for cats. A resident said the cats gather around the chimney when it ' gets extremely cold. Wednesday, January �7, 1971 - THI IfTHBRIBOE HERALD - 21 Poles return to work WARSAW (AP) - Thousands of shipyard workers in the port of Sizczecin went back to work today after the new chief of the Communist party, Edward Gi-erek, made a special trip to speak to them, informed sources reported. The men walked out Saturday at the Adolf Warski plant and city transportation crews joined them in demanding better working conditions. Gierek was accompanied by Premier Piotr Jaroszewicz and Acting Interior Minister Franci-1 szek Szlachcic. "Crews were told that everything that can be done in the plants will be done," said one source. "Gierek told them, though, there could be no talk of wage hikes and the men didn't press that point." Szczecin, the former German port of Stettin, and Gdansk, the pre-war free city of Danzig, were the scene of riots in December protesting increases in the prices of food and other commodities. U.S. urged to recognize China STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) -Senator George McGovern called on the United States Sunday to recognize the Communist government in Peking as the true government of China and establish diplomatic relations with the mainland. McGovern, the South Dakota Democrat who is an announced candidate for his party's presidential nomination in 1972, said the U.S. policy of recognizing the Formosan government of Chiang Kai-shek "is pure fantasy." . His comments came in remarks prepared for a foreign policy address at the University | of the Pacific. Railway sabotage suspected BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (AP) -Authorities, suspecting sabotage, are seeking to determine who broke into a locker switch box and opened a switch that derailed a Long Island Rail Road train and injured 43 commuters. Volunteer firemen using acetylene torches and hydraulic jacks freed a trainman, the last of five persons trapped In the. wreckage, five hours after the1 accident late Sunday afternoon. Nine persons were admitted to hospital. One woman was reported in critical condition. A rail spokesman said a broken lock on the switch box pointed strongly to a case of sabotage. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Suffolk County police were called in. Court sets aside conviction WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States Supreme Court Monday set aside the conviction of Rev. James E. Groppi for resisting arrest during a civil Post-hospital treatment neglected TORONTO (CP) - A study of 23 discharged patients from a general hospital in Ottawa indicated that less than half followed instructions given by their doctors when they went home. Reporting in the current issue of the Canadian Family Physician, the journal of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, a doctor-nurse team says one-fifth of the patients studied made errors that could have seriously endangered their health. Dr. W. W. Rosser, a teacher in Ottawa Civic Hospital's family practice unit, and Mrs. D. E. Flett, a registered nurse, say half of the mistakes concerned drug taking. They recommended that a community nurse be used in follow-up medical care. Their study also indicated that patients were less likely to neglect post-hospital treatment if instructions are written down. Nine of 14 patients - the group who received written instructions followed them. But only one of nine given verbal instructions complied. , rights march on behalf of Negroes in Milwaukee in 1967. The court established 1___ principle that trial judges should not automatically reject a defendant's plea for different trial locale simply because the crime involved is a misdemeanor. Father Groppi, a white Roman Catholic priest who thrust himself into the Negro civil rights movement, claimed he could not receive a fair trial in Milwaukee County because"of "a p o t e n t i a 1 for prejudice" among prospective jurors resulting from his activities. The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a split decision, ruled a change of venue was impermissible under state law because resisting arrest is classi fied as a misdemeanor. In reversing this decision, the U.S. Supreme Court said a defendant is entitled to consideration of a change-of-venus motion however the crime is classified. SEEKS DIVORCE BRESCIA, Italy (AP) -Maria Callas and her estranged husband, Viovan Battista Mene-ghini, appeared here in a di vorce hearing filed by the opera singer. Judge Alfonso Mascolo-Vitale, president of the local tribunal, said he will issue a decision March 1. 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