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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE [ETHBRIDGE WMLD Tursdny, Mny 3.1, 197J Fears grow r 8 after masterpiece is damaged VATICAN nTY i TIK Vf''s ar! .si id day they learnt tin.1 M'hich disfigured Pieta miplit in.1 faui.imi'u-- ami SL Pcler's Basilica can restore ihe said Rishijj Giovanni Kallani, president of Ihe Vatican missiou for S.'inrd Arl, "but vho can stop ibis ol" the fears caused by Sunday's vandalism, only the usual three Vatican miards pa- trollcrl Ihc vast interior of thr biggest basilica in on Monday, A fumdrcd prelates walked in prctcession Sunday niglu in a ceremony In rcpurify the profaned statue ol I lie Virgin .Mar.' holding Ihe dead Christ. They c h a n i e (i hnmns of penance. "The vandal meant to break off the whole head of Ihe Ma- Bishop FaJlaiii said, "Luckily, visitors slopped hirn in Lime." But (.he hammer blous hrnkc and part of through eiglil hours of question- ing during which hi; insislnd lie Tlirec rliargcd for ihefl ol valuable WiHK'KSTIvH. Mass. (Al1) n r c e s I e r pdlire and FBI arrested three persons Snliinliiy ami Ilipm eompiirity in the (heft of [our painlinus more than SI inilliun from the Worcester Art .Museum. Tho pahilin.c arc niis.sincj. The twn nie.n and R woman, all of Woree-sler. were taken In central district court for ar- raignment and their cases were conlinued to June 1 lo allow to obtain counsel. William J. Carlson, was charged armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon, and breaking and en- tering in the daytime. Bail was set at Onnil 'W, rliarped being an after the fact of armed robbery. Her bail was set at Step h e n Thoren, 'id, was charged with a stolen car. His bail was i The. four nil workers were taken last Wednesday liy I wo men. Visitors (o [lie museum thought tho pair were workmen removing the p n i n 1 i n tf s for cleaning. Two of the stolen works were by Woman ami Head of n Womyn. The otJi- I ers were St. Bartholomew, bv I Rembrandt, and Mother and J Child, by Picasso. The paintings nre, so well known that a reputa- bio art dealer would recognize them in an inslanl, ail sources i said. twaK .U-.-iis Christ ami also tlu; I Avenging AiifU'l I be Apoca- I lypsc. I Toth. a Hungarian emigrant lo Australia whom spectators caught by his siKmiuor-ienyiii hair, is in Home's Queen of i Heaven jail, Italian {minorities charged I him with damaging a work of art ami offending religion. If found guilty, he could be son- k-ncwi up lo four .vcar.s in But .some, legal sources said be would more probably be sent to i a stale mental hospital. j The Piela will be restored by Ihe Vatican's team of experts. 1 Dcoclecio Redig de Campos, [director o( the Vatican Mu- scums and of the Vatican resto- ration workshop, said il would be tin ''aivesomc task" whicb j "might take, years." De Campos said be liad been i suggesting special protection j measures for the Pieta, nnd other major works of sculpture and painting in the Vatican, for years. It had been decided to erect a huge bullet-proof glass barrier in front of (he Pieta in the near future, he added. own death warrant MONTKKAL (Cl't Premier A .similar Mliuition exists I'lnhcrl Ilourassn sny.s in an in- I pensions, Mr. Bourasiin Lurvir jlho rvk'W with The GuziMlu j.said. Welfare recipients were ic i'arti QuebucuLs "siynecl its cured fur by Quebec until age fir> 1 own dealh warrant" Hie I m a n i T i! s L o iL published last month. Interviewed in Quebec Cily, i Mr. Kournssii. said Unit inani- I feslo uvi.s colossal error sU-Rlpgy." "ll was supposed lo prove I lie Oll.awa took over the re- bpmi.sihilily. Tticre slmitld IKI marc consult-' alion and co-operation between the governments and "a joint program of social security." "0 (law a 's .spending power should be di-stribulcd among the ii juaijii n> uiiivt; iiiu i i ji nsihililv of a scparalu Quebec. I lo lie usec ,y Uipm a; Ilioy see fit, most likely in UIB Siiinc areas, bul in Ihc lighl of gcncmJ provincial priorities." NOW WATCH THIS TAKEOFF! If you ihink Ihe pilot oE this jetliner made a Iricky maneuver lo land, stick around and watch him takeoff. The illusion of the jetliner perched alop Ihe Iwin mosts of a reproduction of an old pinky schooner was crealed os the jets approaching Boston's Logan Airport broke through the low overcast. c.nmPirtn linn Mlh pr.-wililo [.rir.n Order today and get this aluminum door with grille, exit bar, and your own initial.You'11 enjoy the beauty and convenience, as well as the savings. For four days only SAVE Reg. Fun VAff extruded aliimlnuni frame Tor rugged wear. Multiple ratchet slops hold window in any position for perfect ventilation. Self-slorlng. Glass panes and screens slay In door Change from ventilalion to insulation In a wink, without lugging inserts In and ouL Grealesl wind reslslance of any door we have ever lesled. Attractive. Natural Aluminum finish nr White Enamel finish wilh 10 year guarantee, only'58.00 EXTRA Any aluminum window" for your home low price Savo to 513.05 Rog. 522.00 to YOUR CHOICE For (our days only Maintenance-free aluminum storm windows, Ghoo.SR from double, hunq, picturo, nr r.ide slidor Nn [minting Naiurnl Aluminum linish, Wliitc enamel linish- extra por window Smaller sized lo 59 united in Natural Aluminum or While Enamel. I ulnflcilion Phono or write, bul rjo II toclny. Guaranteed Installation. I I nni no; in ,my STORE HOURS: Open Onily 9 n.m. In p.m. Thursday nnd Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Villnfln. Tolophono 358-92.11 II did exiiclly Ilic opposite. All il provided was a spectacular lack if realism thai pointed out llifi fallacies and weaknesses of the eparalist program." The manifesto called for a system in and said that a separatist pov- ernment would control at least 50 per cent of indu.'ilric.s .such as hanks, trust and insurance com- panies, airlines and telephone and telegraph compa- nies. CALLED A BLUNDER Women can't become priests VATICAN CITY (AP) An article in Ihe .lesuil publicalion PQ leader Uenc Lcvcsquc and Civilta Cnllolica blametl the Hie parly's oilier slralcgisls blundered by publishing the manifesto, Mr. Bourassa said. I tras a colossal error in strategy by Lcvosque to lay all his cards on the table they showed he had nothing to offer but wild promises and nothing substantial to back them up. "H pul his parly's back lo the wall. There's no way now it can get around the manifesto's crazy ptejis." The premier said lie is "even more certain" l.han he was when he took power two years j ago that separatism will not succeed in Quebec.. His experience as premier has shown him "in a concrete way dial Ihe economy of Quebec is totally integrated with the rest of Canada and j North America." Mr. Bourassa said, however, that he expects the Parti Quebe- I cois to be around indefinitely. GETS PROTEST VOTE i "It probably always will be around, like the Communist par- m France and Italy. And, like them, its real function will he to give people an opportunity lo register their protest against i a parly in power. "That's because very few Quebecei tainly fewer than Ihe 2S per cent of the vot- ers who casl ballol.s for it in the lasl want to see the Parti Quebecois win." The premier also commented on relations between his govern- ment and the federal govern- ment. The main problem between Ihe Quebec and federal gov- ernments WES "Ottawa's big spending power." "Jt has enough money, nnd we haven't, in certain areas of social responsibility. OILawa has its people to take care of and we have ours, and Ottawa is making us look bad. CREATES PROBLEMS "Talca people on unemploy- ment insurance, lor example. They're the responsibility of Ot- tawa. When their unemploy- ment Insurance payments run out nnd they go onto welfare, '.hey become our responsibility. II the difference in payments is considerable, Jt creates prob- lems." Roman Catholic Clidrcli May for [ailing in Ihc pasl In recog- nize women's equality wilti men. But i( added (fiat women could nol become priesls. Women already had llie possi- bility of bcinfl extremely useful as nuns, Jcsuil priest Rev. Jean Gallot says in Ihe article. He adds that although tho kind of ministry open to women is becoming more varied, "what had iteen missing in [he pas) ivas real acknowledgement of Iheir equality" with men. "Women never received the consideration nor Uie right o( participation In the life and ori- entation ot the church which should have been granted lo he says. "Tlu's explains the violence of certain reactions he says in reference lo demands al a meeting of world bishops last year that women be allowed lo enter the priesthood. Recalling the church's age-old refusal to allow women to be- come priests, he quotes SL Paul thai "women to remain silent in the assemblies." Found guilty of air piracy at Salt Lake SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Ronald D. Rearick, a 31-year- old truck driver, was found Sillily here of phoning bomb threats to United Air Lines. Rearick was arrested by FBI agents March in after he picked up a ransom package. The FBI declined to say what the ransom bag actually contained. Rcarick, of Granger, Utah, was convicted on charges of conveying false Information about destruction of aircraft and of threatening aircraft. The crimes carry a sentence of up lo 20 years in prison or a fine or No date has been set for sen- tencing. UAL manager Dale Peak said seven flights were delayed up to hours earlier this year by futile bomb searches after a caller demanded 51 million lo locale tho bombs. IMPORTANT NOTICE Centrol Alberta Dairy Pool has declared o final pay- mcnl of tonls per pound bulterfat nn all milk and creorn shipped by paftans in 1971. final payment fo shipping, honny in it 25 renU per hundrfidweiglit. Cash payment mtnnbprs who qualified under calegories below In 1971 amounlcd lo Cash payments are made persons eligible under tha following clussificationi. Please nole that "Documents Re- quired" must be forwarded lo Head Office, Central Alberta Dairy Pool, Box 550, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5G4. Classification Documents Required (a) A deceased member ccpy of probated will, (b) A member who by reason Eslolo Tax release of hoallh has had lo re- tT90) for amounts ovpr from dairy farmina. 5 00.00 irl A mrmbor whn ho< rrnch- nqn of S6 from fm rno full yrtH. rJorfor n.n'ii lim tn prnduc- frlirrd from dniry I'm nrodur.n ImndlPcJ by fnnning for henllli ihn nrnn 11170 lion, fdi A mnmbt-r who hns rli- n( nr other nff.ciol n document.1 -Slatulory Dcclnrolion Form (c) A member romplcicty out No. 9.1 obtainable fmm nf farming in our produc- Rod Dcrr officf. tfj Cnllrctivn groups os pj oof of iiuorpnrntrd cnnipnnii-s, in'rlli Mn pay ffl'lifirnlff nr nl will hf mndi; until docunirm.) Ihn (ollrchvi! (jroiip lin% Poilboolt linen a nu-mbiT fm Icn A Slnlulory Prtloiolion yccin. Aflrr Ifii yfnn form Nn. nliln.nnblr IKiymrnl M nn a ham Pcd Orrr offirr, liirfi ir ii not nrconlary to rnnort flicm naain 01 nxfiMo inromn pnyninnt of Mrmhrr's Fqui'y il rivrtl CENTRAL ALBERTA DAIRY POOL ;