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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THE IETHBRIDCE HFRAID Gang faces charges OAKLAND. Calif. (AP> A RT-count griind jury indictment ias been returned against 13 members of two motorcycle >angs in Hie mass rape July 4 of Uvo 17-year-old, girls from British Columbia. Each of Ihe 13 defendants was charged Wednesday five counts, including rape, sodomy and sexual perversion. Alamcda County Superior Court Judge Robert Bostic ordered all held u lieu of bail each. Deputy district attorneys M'righf Morton and Donald V.'hytc said the two girls testified for hvo hours before the grand jury and accurately recalled the nicknames of the defendants. The girls, who were vacationing in CalUovuia, said a man forced his way inlo their car at an Oakland stoplight July then forced them to drive lo an Fast Oakland apartment where they were raped repeatedly and subj'ecled to sexual indignities for 12 hours. The district attorney's office said UIOEC indicted are members of the local Haven1; Motor-cvcle Club and Ihe Sundowners .Motorcycle Club in southern California sr.rj in Ogden and Salt Lake City. Friday, July 14, 1971 -HBt" B putJi SHARP-SCHMIDT MEETtf with external affairs ministe meeting Thursday in Ottawa posal that German troops Ir ed the proposa Wednesday inspect the faci ities at Shi M J KRSSRMtoMv'diHBi. West German finance minisler Helmut Schmidt votes July 18 BELLEVUE (CNP Bui-eau) Proprietary electors in Bell-evuo will go to the polls July 10 to decide whether the village vill retain its status as a village nr revert to Improvement District No. 9. The polUwill he held In the municipal office from 1 p.m. to p.m. Tuesday and an advance poll will be held during reguak office hours Monday. Decision to hold the poll was made at a special ratepayers' meeting held In Mapleview Hall last night. It was attended by more than 200 villagers. Mayor Jim Fisher, councilmen, the village secretary ard the town auditor gave the pros and cons of remaining a village or reverting to the improvement district. The meeting disclosed thai due to drastically-reduced assessment, tha mill rate in the village would have to he in creased to 140 mills from las' year's 105 mills. It was pointed out that wliile some proprietary electors would have increased taxes to pay, others would enjoy reduced profession is a "Tills I do not soy ss a joke." The defendant outlined tin Red Army's connection with tho Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which he said had suggested the Lod attack and had trained him and his comrades for the suicide mission. "The Arab world lacks spiritual fervor" to cary on tha struggle against Israel, he said, "and we felt in this attempt wo could stir up this fervor; this was our motivation." The slight Japanese made It clear he had not intended to survive the Lod operation. "The Red Army soldier Is ready at all times to give his life for the sake of the revolution." he said. LOD, Israel (AP) Kozo Okamoto admitted rcsponsibil-ly Thursday in the Lod Airport massacre and told his judges he ias no regrets about the people ie killed. The three members of lie court then retired to consider his fate and their ruling is expected Monday. The defence called no witnesses and the defence and prosecution summations took only 10 minutes. During most of the trial, Okamoto sat stolidly in the dock, eyes lowered, wrists manacled to two military policemen. Only when he stood to make his rambling, disjointed final statement did the court permit removal of the has no He appeared nervous nt first, jut once on the stand facing the lieutenant-colonel judges his mien lurned defiant as he ex-ilained why he and two accomplices fired info the airport crowds May 30, killing 20 persons and wounding G7. His two accomplices also died. "My profession Is n soldier of -he Red Army" a leftist radical group in Japan dedicated to world revolution, he said. GIVES STERN WARNING The war of the Red Army, he added, is declared unilaterally against the bourgeoisie. Then he solemnly warned: "I would like to warn the entire world Hie Red Army will slay anyone who stands on the side of the Mitchell Sharp and trade minister Jean-fuc Pepin at a Mr. Schmidt's two-day visit lo Canada cenlred on a pro-oin al the Canadian army base al Shilo, Man. He discuss-wth defence minister Edgar Benson and left Thursday to (CP bids a VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Hydro has called for bids on a mulfi-raillion-dollar contract for a huge underground powerhouse at the Mica Dam, 85 miles north of Hevel-stoke. The deadline for bids is Sept. 26 and the contract is expected to be awarded in November. The powerhouse 80 feet wide, 780 feet long and 187 feet high at its highest point will be carved inside a rock bluff below the dam. The contract includes excavation for six 865-foot-long penstocks and installation of steel liners to carry water to turbines in the powerhouse. The first of two turbo generators are scheduled to go into operation by September, 1976. A third and fourth will follow at six-month intervals. Two other generating units will be installed later. Additional underground sited power lo the surface, 600 feet above the powerhouse. The powerhouse eventually will deliver 2.6 million kilowatts of mission ends AUCKLAND, N.Z. (Renter) -The nuclear protest yacht Greenpeace III is expected lo reach Rarotonga in the Cook Islands Saturday after sailing into the French South Pacific nuclear test zone. Radio Rarotonga received a message from the Canadian-owned ketch on Friday giving its position as 125 miles east of the Cook Islands. The message was the first from the vessel for some lime. It broke weeks of radio silence on Wednesday but the signal was faint. Greenpeace III, owned by Canadian Greenpeace Foundation, is on its way back to New Zealand which it left in April in an effort to thwart the first blast in the French nuclear test scries. The French government said It. sailed out of the danger zona four days before the first explosion on June 24. of BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) A new post office building is scheduled to be built in the village of Bellevuo during the 1972-73 construction season. This information was disclosed at a meeting of ratepayers in Bellevue July 13 by Mayor Jim Fisher who received the information from Alan Sula-tacky, member of for I It was also disclosed that the provincial government had advised the Village of Bellevue that it is being considered for installation of sewer service within the next two years. The meeting also learned that the Village of Bellevue at a special meeting held on the morning of July 3 has decided o opt out of the Crowsnest Pass recreation Council also withheld signing the Crowsnest Pass community swimming pool judgi TORONTO (CP) Making his final statement Thursday at the fraud and theft trial of Harold Ballavd, Crown counsel David Watt charged that Ballard used Marlboro hockey team money to pay off one of his own debts. "I say the evidence is clear that was used to pay off Uie demand from the Marlboro account and the nlher coming from a savings account in Mr. Bollard's Mr. Watt told Judge Harry Deyman. Judge Deyman reserved judgment after hearing the final arguments from Mr. WTatt and Clay Powell, counsel for the Crown, and J. J. Hobinelte, reserved account was opened in the name of S. H. Mai-lie. He said the club's business address was given In Marlie's name, made up of the defendants' initial and a variation of the name oil cash LONDON (AP) A man bid more than Two games for Spassky From AP-HEUTEH REYKJAVIK fCP) An appeals committee rejected today Bobby FiFchcr's protest against his loss nf Thursday's second uorld championship chess game by forfeit. The four-man committee supported the decision of chief referee Lothar Schmid lo award Ihe game lo Boris Spassky of Russia because Fischer failed lo appear. Andrew Davis. Fischer's aud small- farms OTTAWA (CP) The [ederal and Alberta governments have signed an agreement to implement the federal small-farms development program, the agriculture department said today. The program has been held up while the federal government negotiates with the provinces sign wograin pact provincial co-operation i! necessary. The program helps retiring farmers who want to sell their land and other farmers who want to build up their farms. Information services and advice on farm management are also included in the at Sotheby's Auction House here then said he couldn't pay. The pictures, which included a Canaletto and works by Pieter Breughel, went back on the block and brought The defaulted bidder had walked out, meanwhile, leaving only the name hunger yer -who arrived this administration and on of Maple Leaf B.C. (CP) PRESENTS THE FTT? room when assistant referee Gudmimder Amlaugsson of Ice-1 a n d announced tha forfeit would be program. Federal Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson has said he will go ahead with the program director accused MONTREAL (CP) Ripples from a Quebec Police Commission report Thursday that Montreal police director against charges of de-frauding Ihe Gardens of S205.000. The Crown alleges thai Ballard and his late partner, Stafford Smythe, used Gardens money for services provided for Uiem and put into private bank accounts cheques intended for the Gardens. Mr. Walt cited bank of Freedom Doukhobors awaiting trial' here on charge arising out of recent demon Etrations at the home of orthodox Doukhobor Leader Jon Verigin, eflded a hunger strilf Thursday. Nelson HCMP report they've all started eatin again. The 10 are to appear In cour today on charges including and three shafts to anri SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L PRE Lcthhridge 79 54 Medicine Hat 81 56 .24 Pincher Creek 72 52 road report FORECASTS Lelhhridge Medicine Ital Mainly sunny today. Highs 75-BO. Lows 50-55. Saturdayi Sunny and continuing warnu Highs near SO. Calgary Today and car hit by lawsuit ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Reuter) fflii spread to speculation on the director's future and possible shakeups in the regional government police force on Montreal Island. The report cleared Mr. Smylhe each deposited in their personal bank accounts July 10, Ihe same day was withdrawn from the account of Toronto Marlboros of the mischief and obstructing police. Nelson city police said earlie three women, Polly Chernoff Anita Kootnikoff and Vera Pan koff, were refusing all food accident two years ago filed a million suit in federal court here against the manufacturers of Volkswagen cars. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 71 49 Mostly sunny. Winds occasionally NW20 and gusty during the afternoon. Highs both days 70-75. Lows 50-55. Columbia Kootcnay Today, sunny exectp for afternoon CO 46 Jasper 72 51 .02 Coronation .71 52 Grande Prairie C9 THIS ffil fWlft MINI-DRAW of six charges of corruption stemming from his stint as captain of the morality squad but ruled that be has "neither the competence nor the aptitudes" to run the Montreal Association Junior A series. He suggested that Ballard and Smythe opened a bank account in the name of the club after they had sold it lo the Gardens in '1901 and lhat in 1966 a fruit and water. The hun ger strike began July 3, bu HCMP said the entire grou fasted only about one night. The Frecdomites are a radi cal splinter group of the orthodox of Jennings, a St. Louis suburb, claimed their son, Allen, now 21, was seriously hurt because of a 196G Volkswagen sedan in which he was a passenger was blown off a road by high Mln House 70 49 .07 Penticton 77 54 Kamloops 68 58 .01 Vancouver 66 52 Saskatoon 77 Highs today, 75 to 80. Saturday, sunny and warm. Lows tonight, 45 to 50. Highs Saturday, near 85. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and cooler most sections today. Saturday, partly cloudy with few showers east portion and not much chango in temperature. Highs today 70s north, 75 to 85 south portion. Lows tonight, mostly 60s. Highs Saturday 70 to 80. West of Continental Divide Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and a little cooler today. Saturday partly cloudy with lil.lle change n temperature, lliyhs today mostly 70s. Lows tonight, 45 to 55. Highs Saturday 75 to 85. Current 79 51 .12 North Bay 71 55 Regina 82 51 MARGARET HANCSAK CRESTON, B.C. Fonda appeals to riers, those who are loading the bombs, those who are repairing the planes, those who are working on the 7lh Fieri, plcaso think what you are doing. "Are these people your enemy? What will you say to your cluldren years from now who may ask you why you fought the war? "What words will you be able to say to Miss Fonda said that in the bombed area. .10 miles east of i Hanoi, she saw no military far-i highways nr nel work's. There wore only farmlands. As an American, she said she feared a hostile reception from the local Inhabitants. But there was no hostility, only ..61 57 .10 Quebec E4 58 A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK 'TIL AUG. Z5TTH .GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 If th HONG KONG (Renter) Actress Jane Fonda, now visiting North Vietnam, was shown a dike system near Hanoi peopl was damaged by American aircraft July 2, the North Vietnam news agency said foday. "There was iirt mililnry your get" In the bombed area, she said afterwards. Miss Fonda Thursday made a radio appeal to "U.S. servicemen no! fo bomb North Vietnam. "I implore you, I beg you to consider what you are she said over the Voice of Vietnam radio, according to VNA. "All of you in the cockpits of your planes, on the aircraft 76 58 .27 Chicago 83 69 New York 75 73 2 THE FOLLOWING L WON C R. Monliaws, Calgary Jean Burn, Edrronlon John Olhiofer, Calgary Mrs. J. Kanervi, Cfllturv Derek Brown, Keilh D. Ki ps, Edmonton Roy D Weber, Ft. WcMurray Robert W. Pinfold, Baifour, 6 C. 0. J. Kuhn, Lelhbrldge Mr. N. Bericharski, Winnipeg Wayne Davidson, Calgary R. ward, W nnipeg Ralph Micho Saanichlon, B.C. John J. Site e, Calgary Mrs. Joan Pcirasrtuyk, Calgary Jean Paul Charirand, Prince George Mr. L. Peclersen, Calqary Judi-Gai Baiant, Calgary Eric Morgan, Calgjry Ed N. Vancouver 'Gcarrjd KilcJc, De-r Ina, Harvey, Sieve, Jerry, Picture Bu ie Mrs. NEidtra Maxinoff. Calgary Mrs. Rulh Kc ly, Hudsons Hope Aaam Zaleski, Maiville, Sask. Alice Karpiak, Chelan, U.S.A. Susan KnrniaVr, Elhelbert, Man. Kraiewsk Regina Gordon Dona d. Broods Wm. Perry, N- Vancojver, B.C. B. R. McDonald, Calgary Mrs. Doreen Gunn. Calgary Mr. E. Adams, Rogina Mrs. Mnlllrii Sander, Calgary John M. Showers, Calgory W. C, L. D. Dielissen, Calnary Nora L. Walker, 100 PEOPLE PRIZES M. B. Llows, Edrnonlon Mrs. Madeline Rose, P clonr Blance Marchand, AAa .79 72 77 77 59 Anisler'lam 75 4G Brussels 82 61 Madrid 91 63 Stockholm 73 Me R Finn, Spruce Mrs. Margaret Dutbw, Cflloary ArTliur Hoover, Delia Harcld Howard, Sard s, B.C. Mrs, J. Lemon, Calgary Mrs. M. E. Smith, Edmonlon Yvonne Edmonton Mrs. Bernice Butler, Catqary Daniel J. O'Brien, Scarooro, Ont. Mrs. Florence M. Wilkins, Ja'tray Mrs. Irma Sherman, S Albert John Burke, Exeter, Eric Hohn. Carnrose Ananda and E tiaras Hoeyy, On! JdCrt Perry. RocKy Mln. Houie R. Vflki, OVcjary ViiT-.lfrcrJ Elien fniser, N 5 Eva M. 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AND 13lh STREET NORTH j Y a W Weekend Entertainment 1 r i In The CluBrooms A r b GOES" fck Saturday "TAMERAX" J r 4fl T MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS (CP1 Formal talks between innnnRcmont ncRoti.ilors and six "holdout" unions will resume today In nn atlcmpt lo settle n contract dispute in Ihe British Columbia construction were originally 18 unions involved In a strike-lockout that shut down the construction Industry in May, hut 12 unions have since sipncd cnn-Iracls nnd their members have returned lo IETHBRIDGI PH. AS OF COUIITEST All highway." In tho Leth-hridgo disrtlcL arc bare and dry. POUTS OF ENTRY (Openi 21 hours: Carway 6 a.m. In midn llnosrvlllr. DC. II ,1111. In midn Porthfll ItykertJi s In midi 10 pjn.1 WUdhoreM, 1 a.m. to A.M. TODAY OF AM A Highway 1, Trans Canads Highway, hnra nnd dry. nfl rind Clo.siiiR Conll.i Del nnnila II n m. lo n p.m.; Rhl Kinyspalr. 11, C, :'l hour.s; iRhl; Chid Mountain 7 fl.m. In p.m. Passport Photos Candid Wtddlngi Plclur. Framing Photo Supplln A. 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