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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, July ID, 1972 SIX-FOOT SPREAD How do you feed an Ankoli bull? Very carefully, as calHe feeder Howie Lacey demonstrates al ihe Okanagan Game Farm. Game farm officials, however, claim the fearsome-looking bulls are surprisingly placid despite their great size, Ankoli callle are from East Africa. 'Bias' report spurs resignation Shorter week wanted by carpenters NEW YORK fAP) Sig Mickelson, former president of CBC News, announced here he is resigning as a director of the American Institute for Polit- ical Commuiiicalion because of an institute press release charg- ing the three major United States networks with bias in newscasts. The AIPC reported recently that a study of network news programs during the first half of June showed "a significant degree of bitis" against the war and in favor of Senator George There was a small problem WOVERHA1IPTON, England (Reuter) Two men and a woman leaped from a plane at feet Sunday only lo dis- cover there was another plane Immediately below them. Michael Bollon, 33. and Mi- chael Taylor, 30, both hit the plane but escaped alive. Bolton crashed through the fabric body of the de Havilland Rapide and landed on the floor in the passenger compartment. Both his wrists were broken. Taylor landed on the tail of the plane, fell clear and para- chuted to safety, landing with leg injuries. Sally Caine, 26, using a free- fall technique, managed lo steer clear of the plane as hundreds of spectators watched the drama. The two planes carried mem- bers of the Staffordshire sky- diving club, who were planning a mass mid-air linkup before opening their parachutes. McGovuni of South Dakota in his race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Mickelson, now vice-president of the Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp. in Chicago, made public a letter to Dr. Ed- ward M. Click, AIPC managing riireclor, in which Mickelson said he was resigning his mem- bership on the institute's board of directors because the press release "puts me in a wholly untenable position." "Since the release was dis- tributed on the letterhead of AIPC with my name listed as a member of the board of direc- tors, the story effectively com- mitted me to endorsing a num- ber of conclusions which are a complete surprise to Mickelson MTote. The institute is a non-profit, non-partisan organization de- voted to analysis of the news media. It is based in Washing- ton, D.C. Dr. Click said in Washington that he had not received Mickel- seon's letter of resignation. "We are very sorry to lose Mr. he said. "We think he is a very valuable mac and a knowledgeable one in his field but we stand firmly behind Two resign THE HAGUE (Reuter) Two cabinet ministers resigned here, plunging the Dutch gov- ernment into a crisis amid mar- athon consultations over an ex- pected 1973 budget deficit of 3.5 billion guilders (about bil- The two ministers who re- signed were Willem Drees, 50, minister of transport and water- ways, and Maurits de Brauw, 47, minister of sciences. Both belong lo Ihe "DS70" Democratic party and Iheir de- Mafia figure shot dead NEW YORK (AP) Shot five times in the face, Thomas (Tommy Ryan) Eboli, top Mafia figure and underboss for the late Vito Genovese, was found dead recently in what police indicated was a gangland slaying. Police said Eboli, 61, appar- ently had been taken "for a ride" by other mobsters and was cut down in a burst of gun- fire as he truggled to get out of the car. His body was found sprawled on a sidewalk in the quiet Crown Heights section, of Brook- lyn, surrounded by broken, blood-stained glass from a car window. Police said he had more than mostly in 5100 bills on him. tlie report we have issued." Dr. Click said the institute's board of directors without a dis- senting vote approved the basic study of which the monitoring project was a part in the spring of 1971 with Mickelson present. Angela Davis help sought by Czechs LONDON (Reufer) An un- derground group of Czechoslo- vak reformists have appealed to Angela Davis to help ensure that a group of political and cul- tural figures detained in their country are given a lair and open trial, said a document re- leased here. The document, signed by the Citizen's Freedom Movement of Prague, was distributed by Am- nesty International, a London- based organization working for the release of all political pris- oners. The document, which Am- nesty said reached here re- cently from the Czechoslovak capital, said Miss Davis's vic- tory "against a seemingly all- powerful, arrogant bureaucratic machine is to us a source of inspiration in our own strug- gle." Miss Davis was acquitted re- cently in San Jose, Calif., of murder, conspiracy and kidnap- ping charges. Official press or- gans in Communist countries said her trial was a "frame-up" to silence her outspoken state- ments on United States political issues. The Czechoslovak document said that, like Miss Davis, "a group of Czechoslovak citizens are being persecuted for having questioned the wisdom of their rulers, and their very compet- ence to run the country." It appealed to Miss Davis to use her influence with the Czechoslovak authorities to be allowed to atend the trials her- self and ensure that visas are granted for foreign journalists who want to attend. Didjcek supporters on trial PRAGUE (Rcuter) Three trials of prominent supporters of Alexander Dubcek, former liberal Communist party leader parture indicated major disa-1 of Czechoslovakia, opened at the greement with government pro- posals for budget economics. COUNT CHIRPS Prague city courts here. The accused included Jiri Lit- tcra, former secretary of the Prague city committee: Jiri If you" subtract 40 from the j Mueller, former student leader; number of cricket chirps a min- 1 Tesar, a historian, and Ru- ule and divide the result by four Ballek, a socialogist. and add 50 lo Ihe result, you They were among the intellcc- can tell the temperature. I fuals who helped prepare the Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven io shrink hemorrhoids...and repair daniapcd tissue. A renowned icic.irch institute has found a unique healing sub- stance the ability lo shrink hemorrhoids jiamlciily. 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Only persons with special passes were allowed into the courthouse and Western report- ers were turned back. Usually well-informed sources said the charges against all the accused were understood to be under Article 98 of the penal cede, which deals with subver- sion and carries a scnlence of up to 10 years' imprisonment. The first trial grouped Muel- ler, Tesar, Eattek and a fourth young engineer identified as a Mr. Jira. OPPOSED IIUSAK Mueller, twice expelled from Prague's Technical University, was prominent in 1969 as chair- man of Ihc Prague student par- which refused lo give support to (he new Communist leadership of Gustav Husak. He helped organize a student strike in N'ovcrnlxjr, 196H, and in March 1970, was refused per- mission to defend his graduate thesis. The charges against him were believed to concern his activi- ties in 1971, but no further de- tails of the indictment against him or the olhcrs were availa- ble. A number of oilier former leading party officials arc un- lo ho also under arrest nnrl dfjo lo go on trial later on .similar charges. They include Milan llucbl, former head of the Communist parl.y college; Jaroslav Sabal.i, head of Ihn Hmn parly commit- tee; Karri Kaplan, a scientist; Karoly Kyncl, once a television rommcnlatnr, and Vladimir Nc- pras, a journalist. Bike thefts in California reach epidemic proportions LOS ANGELES (AP) California is being plagued with bicycle lliefls. In 1SI71, an estimate! bikes valued nt up to million were sic- len. In some areas of (be slale the increase since 18G9 lias been 300 per cent. Ono advantage for the thief: lire stakes are not as high as in other kinds of theft. One official says this has attracted drug addicts to the business. "If an addict breaks into a liousc and steals a television sot, that's a felony. Bike theft is a misdemeanor." Still another advantage: Au- thorities have u hard lime proving a bike is stolen. 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