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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thimdny, Mny 197J Set to die pin the hole' MONTREAL 'Paul nose lold police shorlly befoie his arrest in December, he was ready lo die "in the hole" if the Quebec justice department j would not guarantee to respect j his one condition for surrender release of "political pris- oners This was testimony given today by Cant. Denis Viau of the provincial police nt llic kid- napping trial of Jacques Hose. Jacques Rose, Paul's younger brother, is charged with the ab- duction of Pierre I.aporle Ocl Id, Tlie former Quebec labor minister was found stran- gled a week later. Capt. Viau was testifying on (he events leading up lo lhr. ar- rest Pec. 1970 of Ihe Rose brothers and Francis Eimard in a farmhouse in St. Luc, Que., 20 ISC BiNGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALtOWEUi PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS p.m. i no bingo is called in 54 nos. we will continue for for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MAY 4 VIBRATIONS FRIDAY, MAY S VIBRATIONS SATURDAY, MAY 6 CLIFFS COMBO I niiles southeast of licrcv I 1'anl is sernni; two con- current life counts for the kid- nap-slaying ol Mr. Laporte. Si- inrirtl sentenced to life for the murder and is lo stand trial on the kidnap charge during Hie September assizes. Jacquse Hose is to stand trial for murder June Capl. Viau told the court Paul Rose said before he and his two companions gave themselves up dial, if Justice Minister Jerome did not guarantee the release ot "political prisoners" held under the War Measures Art, ha was ready to die "in the hole." Crump steps down after 50 years IAN SINCLAIR MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) present! ''MINT JULEPS" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY HO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. to a.m. FUUY LICENCED MONTREAL (CP) N. H. Crump stepped down Wednes- day as chairman of Canadian I'acific Lid. after serving more than a half century with the company. Selected as his successor was Ian D. Sinclair, president, who relain his position as chief executive officer. F. S. llurbidge, vice-presi- dent, was elected the new presi- dent at a board of directors' meeting which followed the comnaiiy's 91st annual general meeting. "It has been an exciting and rewarding said Air. Crump, 67, who presided at his 12th annual meeting during a career lhat spanned 52 years with the company. He will con- tinue lo serve on the board of directors, Mr. Sinclair said Mr. Crump's service to the business and com- munity and the nation as a whole was recognized formally earlier this year when Gov.- ernor Gen, Michener invested him with the insignia ol a Com- panion of the Order cf "for outstanding merit of the highest degree Mr. Crump's retirement comes on a financially optimis- tic note. Addressing his last meeting as president, Mr. Sinclair said: OVER STORES COAST TO COAST IW CANADA SHACK ANTENNAS Proven Models For The COTTAGE AND FAR SUBURBAN AREA MODEL FRINGE AREA MODEL Fealures high forward gain on most popular VHF channels in cither colour or black and while. One piece, 7G" boom contains 7 driven elements with 9 signal jnlensiFjers and Very good FM stereo re- ception. No. 15-08008 Wt. 9 Ibs, Exccllunt forward gain on nil VHP Colour or black white. Unwanted signals causing interference ?ie most effectively blocked out. Fealurfs 9 driven elemenis, 15 signal intensifies ann" 13 riiier.lor menls- FM stereo performance is rated very good. Double braced boom is 131'' long. No. 1S5-03G10 Wt. 14 Ibs. 35.95 FRINGE AREA Sale 5d 95 When a Golden Eagle 82 is Focused toward pa I In tion is magnified to eliminate snow. Un- wanted signals from the bnck and sides arfl effectively cut off to Eliminate gliosis nn-H co-clinnncl interference. Tlirj result is the receplion po55iljle. Tlie unique UHF driven- seciion consisis of four half-wave loops parallel fed on each side of Ihfi boom for .maximum signal capture. 300 olim impedance is very smooth across VHP end UHF No. 15-08012 14 Ibs. 51.95 I-' J- -Vv- COMPLETE PACKAGES Radio Shack strims nffer a cDnv pIctG line of towers. Choose Irorn a wicfc selection of mortals iit- cludinrj the tlo-it-yourself MSB 1o snvc von' money. SUPER TOWER Self SupiioTling cancrcln Base ARCHER TOWER Biachets to building 327 5th STREET S. LFTHBRIDGE "Earning In 1D72 we pcctwl to surpass those of hv an appreciable more than llic 10-per-ccnl crcasG widely predicted for Can- ada's gross national product this year." Canadian "Pacific Lid. recorded total earnings ol million or 17 cents a share in the first quarter of 1B72, com- pared with 511.2 million or H cents a share Ijcfore extraordi- nary items in the corresponding 1971 period. Including extraordinary items of S2.2 million, earnings for the first quarter of were J13.4 million or 17 cents a share. FREIGHT REVENUE Ul> Although rail freight revenues for the quarter were up 5 million, or eight per cent, they were substantially below what had been expected, said Mr. Sinclair. "CP Telecommunication earn- ings improved .significantly in the first three months, reflect- ing resumption of growlh which had been absent through the lat- ter half of 1971." The net income of Canadian Pacific Investments Ltd. for the first quarter was million or S2 million more than in Hie first three months of 1971. Mr. Sinclair said timberlatid ar.d real estate operations ac- Abortion rise counted for substantial gains in Great Paper Co., Jn earnings and the income of which C1J Investments has a Cominco Ltd. showed Iho favor- able effects of stronger markets 51.11-pcr-ccnt interest, had a loss in the first quarter and dividend for leail, zinc anil fertiliiers. j income from investments in Pufp and paper interests did other pulp and paper companies not fare as well, he said. The I was lower than a year ago. THURSDAY SPOUT: Stanley Cup Finals, p.m., Ch. 111. The third game of ttie final series between the Boston Bruins and tha Hangers will be telecast from New York. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tile p.m. Ch. 7. A world War 11 escape drama about Allied POYVs' daring at- tempt to fly out of the Germans' top-security prison. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The 8 p.m. Ch. 7. U.S. T-uicii try to smash opium sources in the Middle East. HEPEAT PROGRAMS: Hawaii Five-0, 0'IIara, Dean Martin, All in (lie Family, The Bold Ones. MOVIE SUSPENSE: "Twice Told p.m. Ch. 7. Adapted from three stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Neil Shcclian, (lie New York Times reporter wlm helped break the Pentagon papers, is among the guests. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Bengal 1 p.m., Ch. 7. In India during 1B50 British troops are trapped ulien (hey attack a fortress manned by a rebel Hindu leader. MOVIE COMEDY: "Tile Birds ami thr. I p.m., Ch. 13. While returning from Africa, a millionaire's son gels involved with shipboard card sharps. OTTAWA (CP) Almost three times as many therapeu- tic abortions were performed in Canadian hospitals in as in j 1370, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday The number of abortions In- creased to 30.9-19 in 1971 from the previous year. The abortion as the number of abortions for every 100 live lo 8.3 from a. The rale was highest in P.rit- ish Columbia, where 7.0J5 abor- tions represented a rate of 19.1. The BO abortions performed dur- ing the year in Newfoundland hospitals represented the lowest provincial rate of 0.6. Statistics Canada included in ILs report comparative United States figures which show thai (he abortion rate in (he 10 prov-: inces is relatively lower than that in 16 selected slates. The low rale of 1.3 reported by Georgia the same as j that of New Brunswick. H.ifes of 20.7 in Oregon, 23.G in Ha- waii, 25 7 in California and 31.2 i in Kansas all exceeded the Brit ish Columbia rale of 19.1. RATE BELOW ENGLAND'S The Canadian rate was also below that of II abortions for every 100 live births in England and Wales in year for which figures are available. The report added that in Can- ada in 1970, 14 women died cs a result of of Ihcm as a result of criminal or self- induced compared with 75 deallis resulting from comolications in pregnancy and childbirth. By province, the number of abortions and (he abortion rate 1 in 1971 were: abortions for a rate of O.C; Prince Edward for a rate of 2; Nova for a rate of 4.5. New for a rate of 1.3. I for a rate of 2. For a rale of 12; for a rate of 4.5; Saskatchewan for a rale of 4.C: Albcrla j for a rale of 9.7; British for a rale of 19.1; for a rale of) 1.8. There was no report for Hie. Northwest Territories. Rent strike at campus EDMONTON (CI'l About 110 tenants in the University of Alberta's tiLndcnls rc.s iflcncc voted yesterday to con- linue a rent strike in protest over n propcswi rent nicrcaso of n month. William Davidson, president of the tenants association, said !he rents will he withheld ;H least until aC'er a university i joard of meeting Friday at which llic rent in- crease is lo he considered. The rents ranRc from ?K1I lo :i a niontb. Five of an origi- nal 116 protesting tenants led out after file nction began lost week. Mr. Davidson the group uill decide it.s next move fol- ,owing th hoard meet ing. IIAVIO MUST MOMOV Re-sidenls of nnd I'.d- monlon reported JKT criil of Allm-ta's lolal ineonie in Wfl. ANGLO'S Radio i TV Listings Pngnmi Cn Mod by the rodlo and teltvUisn jlationi. Any variation In program If dut'to latt- mlnuli changes by ttalloni and li not raipon- ilbllity of the Herald or Anglo Dlitflbutbn Stored and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY C.arK JacK Sports THURSDAY NIGHT World si John Walker Request Line 8-.00 John Charles Uoug Anderson Checlinfl lu.l'J Leo Dow John Oliver 3.00 Dave Kin? Show 10-.C5 BaTY FRIHflV 17 ti.'l Prtjhe 1220 J-Tfl Jim Ehiol News, Wlhr, Sport CBC Ncv.5 and Grain News, Nr.vi ;