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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ TUS LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Marc'n 13, 1971 TAKEN TO HEARING Mrs. Allillia lazzeri, who cele- brated her 55lh birthday Sunday, is token to a hearing in Munich, Germany, charged with suspicion of a conspiracy in connection with Saturday's hijacking of a jetliner to Munich from Rome. Her hearing was post- poned until Monday because she complained of stomach pains. (AP Wirepholo) Police allege ot MONTREAL (CP) The Ga-l zelle says four men and three ivomcn were arrested early today suburban LaSallc iti connection with on alleged plot to kidnap Jean-Guy Cliartier, mayor of suburban Lachine. The newspaper says two of the men arrested are believed to have escaped last month from Kingston penitentiary. Tlie seven were arested In two raids by provincial police and a sawed-off .303-calibre rifle was seized as well, the news- paper says. A 24-hour police guard was set up at the mayor's home dur- ing the weekend following re- ports of a planned kidnapping, the story says. The arrested men and women are said to liave planned to ask for ransom for Mr. Cliartier and for safe passage out of Canada. The article says the mayor first learned of the plot when he was telephoned by Lachine po- lice Friday evening, and has continued with his normal duties during Die weekend under police guard. Wallace heavy favorite Newspaper CBC urged by newsman By GREG MCINTYHE Heralil Staff Writer game dam- age fund may be established to pay for loss caused by deer, elk, wolves and other wild ani- mals In Alberta, says Allan Warrack, minister of lands and forests. Mr. Warrack made the sug- gestion after investigating damage to hay stacks in the Beaver Mines, Burmis, Lund- breck, Cowley and Pincher Creek areas west of Leth- bridge. Charlie Drain arts of Japan. Four of the all were naked that have been found were of women, one of them eight months' pregn ant of people jgical purge reads of the women were shaved during their trial in mountain hideouts. All the victims had been Beaten, starved and then for several days. Most of ihem froze to death tied to wooden stakes on the mountainside, police said. The purge, carried out between late December and early February, began when a small number of the activists opposed plans for armed attacks by i.ui-cide squads on government leaders in Tokyo nest month, police said. The slain women also were accused of illicit sex relations with other members of the group. Prisoners still get leaves CALGARY (CP) Despit recent adverse criticism, expand its practice of all." Mrs. Hvnriman was the E N E ;o prisoners, says Senator Ear in Northern Ireland's bloody war. She was shot during a SUPPLIESjJ DOCCCIOTC TUC lengthy furloughs for "deserv ing he told the an nual meeting of the Alhert John Howard Society Saturda; "Any program is going I come under fire, hut the ris is worth the truce called by the Irish Republican Army's nalionalis Provisional wing. The ceasefire, due to run on at midnight tonight, is nnt being observed by the rival Marxist Official of the Weather and SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET n I. report Washington 70 47 .03 Los Angeles 70 57 San Diego G3 57 70 32 CALGARY (CP) A self-proclaimed representative of the wildlife in Banff national park made an appearance Saturday at a public hearing into a held by hear development project. A person dressed in a bear costume entered the meeting room wilh a sign saying "Village Lake Louise is Hat 54 34 43 34 46 23 49 35 Pincher Creek 52 3S Peace River 40 24 Coronation 31 28 Prince George 52 40 .02 Vancouver 53 47 .44 Penticton 32 52 39 FORECASTS: l.etbbridge, Jtcrticine Hal Today nnri Tuesday: Mainly suuntiy. Winds intermittently gustv to 50 along the foothills. Highs 50-55. Lows 35-10. Highs Tuesday 50-55. Calgary Today: Variable cloudiness, clearing this after noon. Highs 45-50. Ixnvs 30-35 Tuesday; Mainly sunny. Highs 45-50, Columbia, Kooienay region -Today, cloudy. Periods of rair this morning, easing off to t few showers by noon. Tuesday sunny with cloudy periods Brisk south winds at times Highs both days, near 40 in th Columbia area and near 60 ii the Kootcnays. Lows tonight 2, to 30. 43 32 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Wed. Mar. 15 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Fri. Mor. 17 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sar. Mar. 18 Public Swimming p.m. Sun. Mar, 19 Public p.m. Fami y Swimming p.m. Won. Mor. 20 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tues. Mar. 14 Free Public Skaling p.m. Wed. Mor. 15 Bog nners Skaling p.m. Fri, Mar. 17 Molheis and Pre-Schoo ers SVating noon Public Skating p.m. Sol. Mor. IB Publ c Skaling p.m. Public Scaling p.m. Sun. Mar. 19 Skaling p.m. Public Skating p.m. Fam iy Skaling p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Mon. Mar. 20 Frea Public Skoling p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Fri. Mar. 17 Free Public Skaling p.m. Set. Mar. 16 Public Sltoting p.m. Sun. Mar. 19 Bsginnerj Skoling p.m. Public Skaling p.m. NOTE: There will bs no Public Skating at tho Henderion Park Ice Centra on Friday evening March 17, 1972 from p.m. and Salurday afternoon March 18, 1972 from p.m. due to previous booking 35 .53 Port Hardy 50 37 47 35 48 32 Albert 34 8 Saskatoon 36 23 Swift Current 43 34 Kegina 36 25 Winnipeg 35 17 Toronto 40 27 Ottawa 38 15 Quebec 32 4 St. John's 22 16 34 26 35 13 .08 Chicago 49 31 HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR 33' Model C433 with rod weeder attachment (optional} i _V. i A Big Rugged Cultivator for Large Powerful Iraclori Convertible to 31, 35 or 37 feel Maximum Clearance for Heavy Trash Conditions One Hydraulic Cylinder is used for Deplh Control and lifting to Transport Posilion Contact Ken Dickson for a ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, MARCH 13 8 p.m. ELECTION AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF DOMINION CONVENTION DELEGATES All members arft urgfid to attend) Army Navy Air Force Club Unit 34 SI 7 5th AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Phone 328-1141 Lethbridgt OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways in tlio Leth- hridgc district are bare and dry except for water on the highway near Wilson Siding on Highway 4 and north of Stand- off on Highway 2. Highway l, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff, bare in the driving lanes, good winter condition. Banff-Golden is closed west of Ficlrl. Golden- Revclstoke has a few slippery sections, plowed and sanded. Banff-R a rl i u m highway re- ceived a cf new phwed end srrrjcd. Danrf-Jaspcr highway PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours; Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Bonita 9 .m. to 6 p.m.; Rooseville, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgotc, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wildborse, a a.m. to S p.m. ;