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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 30, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 DEATH AT PEACE TOWER-PoIice sland on edges of a tarpaulin to keep the .wind from blowing it off the body of a woman who died in a fall from the 21 J-foot-high Peace Tower, at right, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The woman, believed to be Indian or Pakastlni, is the second person to have died at the Peace Tower in five months. G real Escape Prison Camp Reunion Set For Toronto TORONTO (CP) Canadian airmen captured during the Sec- ond World War will meet here next week for a reunion with 14 'British comrades from the Great Escape prison camp and with the German who held most of them captive. For its 25th anniversary cele- bration Aug. 7-9, the Ex-Air Force Prisoners-of-War Associa- tion has arranged flight passage from Frankfurt for Hermann Glemnitz, the former Luftwaffe staff-sergeant responsible for security at Stalag Luft III, the major prison camp for downed airmen. It was from Stalag Luft in that 76 prisoners escaped Pay Compensation DA NANG, South Vietnam (AP) crowd of angry Viet- namese surrounded a truck carrying six United States mar- ines and held it almost 10 hours until American officials paid nearly compensation for a Vietnamese youth killed by the vehicle, reh'able sources said Wednesday. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5lh St. S. Ph. Abovo Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH. C.D.M. through a 320-foot tunnel on.the night of March 23-24, 1944. All but three were recaptured and 50 were shot. Ex-Feldwebel Glemnitz, who was outwitted in his efforts to locate tunnels, is one of many German air force guards whom Allied airmen held in high re gard for efforts to treat prison ers according to rules of war. Among the 400 Canadians Glemnitz will meet are: Wally Floody, the one-time hardrock miner who led the tun neling operation for the Grea Escape; Tony Pengelly, now ai advertising man, whose teair forged documents for escapers Reid (Red) Gordon, who twice jumped from train windows ti elude capture; and Kingslej Brown Sr., veteran newspapei man from Antigomsh, N.S.. who distilled liquor for the camp from Red Cross parcel raisins and prunes in -the coils of a si lenced trombone. The British contingent will be led by Capt. H. M. A. (Wings: Day, who won the Albert Meda: as a teen-age Royal Marine dur- ing the First World War and led escape efforts during five years as a captured airman during the second. He will be accompanied by James (Dixie) Deans, camp leader for fellow non- commissioned officer prisoners whom he led, bagpipes skirling, a the safety of the AlKed lines in the closing days of the war while the Battle of the Elbe still THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Academic Year 1970-71 DEGREE PROGRAMS: Bachelor of Arts Major in Music Bachelor of Education Major in Music CONSERVATORY PROGRAM: Courses of private lessons in voice and piano Traditional Composiric: Voice, Conducting Traditional Composition FACULTY LUCIEN NEEDHAM A.R.C.M., A.G.S.M., G.G.S.M. F.G.S.M. (Chairman) DEAN G. BLAIR B.M., M.Mus. M. LOUISE CHAPMAN Piano A.M.M., B.A., M.M. KENNETH L. HICKEN Traditional Composition, A.Mus., B.Mus., History and literature M.A. ARTHUR K. RUTLAND History and Literature B.Mus., B.Paed., M.A., F.C.C.O., F.T.C.L. FOR BROCHURE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION APPLY TO: THE SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC THE UNIVERSITY Of LETHBRIDGE Cattle Test Programs Backed EDMONTON (CP) -Grants totalling for cattle test- ing and experimentation were announced today by the agri culture department. Agriculture Minister H. A Ruste said a grant of up to will be given to the Al- berta Hereford Association for construction of a beef cattle testing station and facility for assembling shipments of ex- port cattle. These new facilities will sup- port the government's beef cat- tle testing program, Mr. Ruste said. The University of Alberta re- ceived a grant for the construction' of laboratory fa- cilities and living accommoda- tion at its Kinselia Ranch, 90 miles east of Edmonton. Studies be made on for- age productivity of native grassland, forest and dryland tame pastures as they relate to soils and grazing beef cattle. Navy Seals Oil Leaks On Tanker PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. !CP) Navy divers today sealed portions of me sunken .iberian tanker Arrow's hull to stop seepage of oil still trapped n the vessel's cargo tanks-. Capt. Michael Greenham of he transport department said six tanks were found to be leak- ng oil slightly through caps or raps. These were wired down >r caulked to stem the flow. Capt. Greenham said his de- partment has received reports if "unauthorized" divers work- ng on the wreck. It Was "quite ivithin the realm of possibility hat their working has contrib- uted" to loosening of some of he caps, he said. The which has in- creased during recent warm feather, brought oil back on to ome of the 70 beaches cleared a government force following he Feb. 4 grounding of the anker. Black Magic Scare Grips Britain LONDON (AP) Pillaged graves, suicide by curse, dis- membered bodies, murder these are the ingredients of Britain's current black magic scare. Rev. Percy Gray, 38-year- old vicar of St. Crispin's An- glican Church in South Loii- don, disclosed Wednesday the latest chapter in the scandal, the story of a child's body taken from its coffin in Nun- head Cemetery. "The body may have been the subject of a black magic he said. "A lot of this evil has been taking place Space Women By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Five women who lived twi weeks on the bottom of the sea Killer's Hand Hurt LOS ANGELES (AP) Linda Kasabian testified here that a woman defendant at the Sharon Tate murder trial com plained after the killings tha her hand said tha when she stabbed there were bones in the way and shi couldn't get the knife through.' Mrs. Kasabian said the com ment came from P a t r i c i (Katie) Krenwinkel, 22, whom she identified earlier as the woman she saw chasing victim Abigail Folger across the lawn at actress Sharon Tate's home Q. Did Katie say anythini about one of girls in the house' A. Yes, she said one of the girls was crying for her mothe and for God. Mrs. Kasabian was askec whether the other two persons who she said went on the mis sion to Miss Tate's house sail anything as they drove away from the scene. "Yes they did. They com plained about their heads. The> said that people were puffin their hair. Sadie (Susan Atkins said that when she was strug gling with a big man he hit her head." COVERED WITH BLOOD Then Mrs. Kasabian said the group changed clothes in the car and began looking for house where they could "hose off the blood from their bodies.'" Mrs. Kasabian, 22, was in thi third day of testimony as the leading prosecution witness a the trial of Charles M. Manson 35, and three women member, of his nomadic family on charges they killed Miss Tate and six others. She has said she accompanied the killers to the scenes of two sets of murders. Mrs. Kasabia-n's lawyer tolrotagonist: "Always look to imperialism for the best." VINYL COVERED PANELING SALE Plywood Core with wood grain vinyl over- lay. Available in Walnut or Bleached Oak. Lightweight and for mobile home or recreation vehicle Reg. 9.40 a sheet. Now Only, A Sheet.............. (LIMITED SUPPLY) 4x8 BEIGE ARBORITE- Sale Price, Per Sheet............ (LIMITED SUPPLY) PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th Ave. N. Lethbridge 5.70 9.00 have increased the odds that lipstick and powderpuffs one day will be standard equipment aboard United States space- ships. But space agency officials caution women's liberation groups not to get their hopes too high, because it will be eigM to nine years before a female flies in a U.S. spacecraft. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration plans late in this decade to have space stations orbiting the earth with as many as 50 persons aboard. That's when women will play a role. But they must be quali- fied in a medical or scientific field. The question of women in space came up in Washington Monday when five female scien- tists and technicians received awards as the first woman team to live and work underwater. 17 TEAMS INVOLVED Their undersea stay from July 6 to July 20 was part of a pro- gram called Tektite II in which 17 teams, 16 of them men, are taking turns at long submersion in warm water of Great Lama- shure Bay in the Virgin Islands. Tiiey lived in a dwelb'ng sub- merged 50 feet and made fre- quent trips outside in diving gear to explore marine life. Project manager for the fem- ale team was Richard Sprince of NASA. Sprince said "We've got to start looking to that when asked whether NASA would consider bringing women into the astronaut program. He said the women worked as efficiently as men on Tektite II. A small group of American women have argued for distaff astronauts since the Russians sent the world's only space- woman, Valentina Tereshkova, into orbit for three days in 1963. Many U.S. space observers note, however, that the space- ship used then was totally auto- matic and say the Soviet Union probably sent Valentina up more for propaganda than tech- nical gain. THREE PUSH HARDEST Most determined of the U.S. women have been Jerrie Cobb and Jacqueline Cochrane, two pilots with thousands of hours [lying time, and Jane Hart, also a pilot, wife of Senator Philip A- Hart (Dem.- Mich.) and mother of eight children. Miss Cobb applied for astro- naut training, but was rejected. Up to now, NASA's position has been that it's not that women can't learn to fly in space, but that space is still a pioneering venture for which man is more suited. A woman, officials say, can always use her perogative to change her mind and get mar- ried after NASA has invested several hundred thousand dol- lars and a lot of time in her training. Dr. Charles A. Berry, chief astronaut physician, says it would be nice to have women along on extended flights such as two-year missions to Mars. But, he cautions: "They've got to be able to do useful work and contribute to the mission, and you certainly can't have just one woman among a lot of men." Student Loans OTTAWA total- ling were granted to students from July 1, 1969, to June 30, 1970, the fi- nance department reports. Loans of to stu- dents were authorized in the same period the previous year. DOCTOR'S TIP Hungarian hospital doctors are underpaid and take tips to boost their salaries, a Hungar- ian trade union paper disclosed. since the cemetery was closed in January last. year. "After prayers had been said, the body was rc-intcrred and it was then that I felt it necessarry to find some prot- ection for the dead." The vicar said he plans a society for the protection of the dead. This is only the latest of a series of tragedies bound up with the cult of black magic. Michael Harrington, 35- year-old bachelor, was re- ported to have hanged himself in his room because he was convinced a girl had put a curse on him. Witnesses at a coroner's inquest testified that a girl had led him into the world of black magic, talked of killing three men with a curse and claimed she could put a similar curse on Har- rington. In May, Joseph Baxter, 19, was jailed on a charge of manslaughter in the death of the grandson of the first Earl of Jelh'coe. Police found a blood-stained letter beginning "Hail Satan" and ending with the Lord's Prayer written backwards. Canon John Pearce-Higgms, vice-provost of Southwark Ca- thedral, said: "This is an evil cult which is growing and growing. It is high time it was stamped out. The Harrington case is a typical example of what can happen." Vicar Gray said that since January scores of graves have been violated, the chapel pillaged, the war memorial stripped and crosses turned upside down at Nunhead Cem- etery. Gwilym Roberts, a member of the House of Commons, raised the question of black magic in Parliament earlier this year. He planned to intro- duce a bill against the cult but lost his Commons seat in the June IS election. WINNER Southern Alberta Poultry Council "GUESS THE CHICK CONTEST" Held In conjunction with Whoop-Up Days was- WAUY GRANBURG, FOREMOST, ALBERTA The correct number was 443 which v.-os guessed by following people as well but were eliminated by o draw. Pat Pilhofer Gen. Del. Claresholm, Alberta, S. Bruinsma 1052 Fern Crete. tethbridge, Alberto. Mrs. J. Neely 233 14 St. North, Lethbridge, Alberta. Edna McMullin, 116 Dieppe Blvd., Lelhbridge, Alberta. Lynn taslo, 2148 Anita Drive, Port Coquitlam, B.C. sincere thanks to all for their interest and participationl Mrs. J. M. Chorm, H09 17 Slreel No., Lethbridge, Alberta. I. leishner, 2007 9 Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Larry Dye, 2214 14 Aye. South, Alberta. Tom Nicol, 2002 9 Ave. South, Lelhbridge, Alberta. 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