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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihuridoy, Morth 7, 197? THE IHHBRIDGE HERAIO 9 HENATOIl HASTINGS plan iinpopulai Parole Fugitive's bride faces charges Codville firm sale announced OTTAWA bride i fugitive Yves (leoffroy will aec four charges involving lh" ictiuisition of a false passport or Geoffrey, Ihe solicitor-gen- eral's department announced Wednesday. Geoffrey, vanished Doc. 21 liter being released from St. Vincent dc Paul penitentiary, vlicro he was serving a life sen- tence, on a 50-hour leave lo many Carmen Parent, 27, his mistress. Neither he nor liis new wife have been seen since, (leoftroy was serving life for Iho murder of his first wife in 1070. An RCMP search of passport records turned up .Ian. 211 passport bearing Geoffrey's photo and Ilio name Heal Hol- land Lalond. Lafoncl has hccn unofficially identified as a relative of Miss Parent's who was drowned in I960. USKI) NA.MK Three of the charges relate lo documents used last Kept. 14 in applying for the passport for Geoffrey under Lafond's name. Miss Parent, now Mrs. Geof- frey, is charged with making a false written statement to gain the passport; providing a docu- ment she knew to be pre- sumably Lafond's birth ccrtifi- cat; and knowing that a docu- ment was counterfeit, making u.se of it as though it was au- thentic. The fourth charge involves il- legal possession about Kept. 30 ot a passport in Lafond's name. Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Coyer said that warrants have been issued for her arrest on the charges. Miss Parent herself was is- sued a passport in her maicien name last June 29, the (lay after Geoffrey applied from prison for permission to marry her. WINNIPEG The sale of Codville Distributors of Win- nipeg Ud. has hccn concluded, company president Bruce Cod- ville said. The firm now is own- ed by the 0 s h a w a Group Ltd. of Toronto. Mr. Codvillo said the sale this week came after more than 90 per cent of Coclville's shareholders had accepted the Oshawa Group's purchase ff- fer. Me said no immediate management or staff changes arc planned. outstanding shares, Ihe pur- chase price would be Shareholders in January re- jected a offer by West (air Foods Ltd., a sub- sidiary of George Weston LUt. KXTENSIVE OPERATION Codville holds the Indepen- dent Grocers' Alliance frail- etuso agreement for Manitoba and Saskatchewan and oper- ates three wholesale fooo dis- tribution warehouses. The warehouses supply 1GA stores, six U'comarl retail Muchmore stores and 23 Na- tional chain stores. At the re- tail level Coclvillc operates two or three corporalc-owncd 1GA stores. If tire Osliava Group buys all I food warehouse stores, I'.M'EILS ItAISIi PHICHS PARIS (CP) Most French newspapers have announced that news-stand prices will go up March I. Newspapers which have been selling for 10 cents I9W1 will go up to 14 cents. Monde and L'Humanite, which have been selling for 12 cenls, go up lo 1C cents. s OTTAWA (CP) Mandatory supervision is a retrograde step that will get the reaction from prisoners that "it so richdly tie- Senator Earl Hastings