Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 1WE UlHBRiDCt i ircH Onco I: N Rhodesia Garfirld Tmlil (her than ulwist his own front i This m.irks ?Iu tlie new world Todd and In Mir old d m n i in d prfinu HUTU campaign (or the March 2-1 nro- a n il iliuinn Mr. Smallwced. 71. who re- i 1 fun i lit p u U eh i f I eb aid in an interview (ho out. Ui-r limil of i come of I ho election "could lie Ictcntion lor entirely different" than the rc- M i i cf the Oil ('ulion 1 I Ito i iu Lunseuitues ilk Moores 21 ot Us m UK 1 elct K i ni n ind Tom T ibi doi I'-irU .U i is utm uul in I bi i West. 1 iiiui il met ere hnicl in mtawa for I'm! .McGregor. fni met ]M u it ci c m to M 1 in nl uithoi ol i b i ipl of (t ft inu i pinm Controversy swirls around Geoffrey case LI if l c d (omnn sior t of iilji u Invest on V.t j 1 M I le i ition im u i inUrm m nn died 1- restriction them by a ment that Lhi'm ;is ag- itators poteri'uiliy cljmyer- otis political foos cf their vociferous support of Afri- can nationalism. the t'Tin- prisc tho Ttxltl rain li lierc in (k'-.'p all hut ono .square mi! the nc'.v j bounds to ixilii. Police guard t ii e uan'ou1 boundaries to keep the Toiids in and visitors out. They are not allowed to t.ilk to anyone from outside. Former Premier Joseph H. Smalhvontl says !io will help several Liberal candidates C b u i I 11 olrl multi-millionaire recluse and to i of Ih IK i die 1 re ci ith in Ki hud J K 1 Cn u i ner o C ft irhe a 1 E latul on lite main ef the Northern Ontario town tilicc 192-1. died after a k Hi iMne s Ifc came lo Canada in 1000 f.-om lion" Kong. He arrived in Kirklanrt Lake in 1916 to a to feed prospectors and hnrd rock minet'S. Helbble sources put his for- tuni1 in stocks and bond-( at million. His will will rerct Ihi.s week. Ho .s'nrtecl his fortune by nc- ceptinii minint; shares in.stear] '''''V'iOl" c-'i.s'i from miners for food '.'U .'li i and drink. Miners at Lake Shore Mine were beinc; paid in 0111 i Fharcs worth 50 cents at tho lime, instead of cash. MONTHEAL (CP) The capture of Yves Geoffroy and his brido in Spain climaxes a case around which contro- versy lias since they vanished while tie was on brief leave from nearby St. Vincent tie Pmil penilentiaiy at Christm.is. implications in tho case of Geoffroy, 40-year-old notary serving a life sen- tence for the Ififili murder of hJj first wife, grew in Parlia- ment and elsewhere in the weeks and months following iiLS disappearance. Solicitor Clenernl J e a i1- Pierre Coyer and tin1? fed- eral Liberal government he- came the target of attacks by opposition members incre- dulous about the whole affair, Critics demanded to know how authorities could allow eoffroy out of p r i s o n ta marry Carmen Parent, 27, who hail been Geoffroy's mis- ress before the strangulation death of his wife, bods' was burned, in an attempt to cover the crime. sources and politi- cians stressed that, by mak- ing Miss Parent his w i f e, C eoffroy made it impossible for her to testify against him in a possible appeal of his murder conviction. Some critics also saiii they f were si untied to learn that Raymond Denis, implicated in the famed 1'JUG I.ucien Hivard narcotics ease, was best man at the (leoffroy wedding on Christmas Kve. Gcoffroy's appeid came up while he was at large and it was tossed out since he was not available to present his case. Hivanl, now and serv- ing a 20-year term in At- ics, escaped from Bordeaux jail here when he was given permission (o flood n skat- ing rink iti above-freezing temperatnrcs. 'Tin not guilty and I want Martial law ends Aug. 14 NEW DKLIII, India by his prt'decc.ssor, (ien. President Znlfikar Alt Khan, to maintoin a of Pakistan announced in a j t'B''t on IJiHiito tnaintaLiied hro.Klc.-ayt Monday niplit that law Slil! is martial law lifted the present situation fac- Pakislan the nation following the In- He smil th? Naliinni Assembly will meet April 14 to war and to inlro-dnce some basic reforms. an interim law was proclaimed The president, said lliose and i ether points a e reed in discussions lie held with leaders of the .Natiomd Awaini counU the ill I'lema cal ST. JOHN, B.C. (CP) Bhutto and the Pakistan polit-i icn! leaders signed' the ngrce-j ment earlier Monday in Calgary couple was in hospital today after spending the aboard a twin-engined lltiutto, chief of the which made an un- People's party hns a majority in tlie N'fiticnal landing Sunday has hocn under six miles northwest pressure to lift martial law, j ol airport in this army commander, ivlion ho fook power March 25, following rious rioting iti lite country. Bhulto took over as chief martial-law administrator as well as president after Yaliya slopped down Dec. 20 in (lit wake of Pakistan's defeat in In- dia-Pakistan war over East Pakistan, now the slate of Bangladesh. found in B.C. erti Brilish Columbia commu- nity. Mr. and Mrs. Clande Nabors were rescued Monday after their Piper Comanehe, on n flight from Wliiteliorse, disap- peared. Their injuries were nol considered serious. Mr. Nabors is president of Nabors Drilling Co. m Calgarv to take adviimage of tho few years of youth I have Geoffi'oy wrote in a letter Haled Dec. 2-1, the day of his wedding. Dennis, former ministerial assistant in a federal Liberal government, was sentenced to two yenr.s in prisois in ItitifJ for offering to a Montreal lawyer if he would not oppose, bail for Hivanl. DECEIVED DEC. 23 It was received Dee. 20, ad- dressed lu Jean Paul I.e- visits and corespoml- ence officer at (he prison. There was no mail delivery Doc. 25-28. Authorities said one of tho saddest aspects of the spec- tacular affair was the danger it might harm the system of grant 'ng prisoners leave for rehabilitation and c o m p a s- sionate system that bar! generally yielded ex- cellent results. Officials said that ns the story nn folded, a picture emerged of long-term plan- ning, rather than a sudden impulse by Geoffroy and his bride to head for foreign parts in the midst of bis 50-hour Christmas leave. Warrants were issued for the arrest of Carmen Parent on charges of fraud and for- fiery in obtaining n pnsport for Geoffroy in tlie name ot Real Holland Lafond, a rela- tive of Miss Parent. Lafond drowncd'In an acci- dent in 1800. SKKVKU 11 MONTHS Geoffroy liad served 14 months of a life sentence fol- lowing his 1070 trial in which Miss Parent had heed an un- willing prosecution witness against him. Conservative MP Eld on Woolliams said in the Com' mons Feb. 21 Geoffrey's re- lease smacks of "absolute corruption'' but Mr. Goyer re- plied it was rather a "spec- tacular" effort reselling from "undue credence" being given a social agency report. A social worker had, he said, recommended the Geof- froy marriage on the grounds that Geoffrey's two brothers, who were caring for his three children, suffered from seri- ous heart conditions and the children would be left desti- tute if the brothers died. Mr. Goyer said this later turned out to be "hearsay." 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