Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
3O THE LtTHBRIDOE HERA'D Thursday, March 15, 1973 Pedestrian hit 5 times on freeway LOS ANGELES (Reuter) An unidentified mail was killed at dawn Tuesday on the Hollywood Freeway after being hit by five different cars. Police said tlic man, whilo attempting to cross the free- way, was knocked to the pavement by Hie first car wliich did not stop. Ho regained liis feet and was hit by a second ear which aped off. He got up again and was nit by a third car wliich sped off. Ho got up once more and was hit by a fourth ear which sped off. Tlien, wliile lying on the ground, he was run over by a fifth car wliich also continued on. Police said only one of the Qvo drivers, 57-year-old Mary Lewis of Los Angeles, came beck to see what had hap- pened. Donates body TORONTO (OF) Terence Gibbs, 52, producer o! dramas and special programs for CBC Radio, died here. Mr. Gibbs do- nated hois body to the Univer- sity of Toronto. Born in Dublin Ite joined the (JBC as a radio show producer in 1W3 and the following year he was prominent in the found- ing of the CBC Opera Company. lu 3950 ho produced music: programs for CBC Vancouver i pjid in 1952 he helped organize the CBC Symphony Orchestra. He pixxluced the orchestra's broadcasts at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival from ISM to 1963. Stiffer drug penalties Nixon wants death penalty returned WASHINGTON (AP) Presi-1 dent Nixon urged Congress to-!