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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 25, 1972 Informer sent to Canada to spy on government NIW OHI.MAYS (AI'-CI'l to smooth his entry Pel-shin" ticn.-'.i.s. a I'nilod inlii Canada last July and gel Stall's infiirincr in him a "fake" jnb wilh (.li'i'.ural a federal a'.'aip.st ,liin Car- Molois lit Canada risiiii. Now Oik-ans district at- (lurrison, meanwhile, rc- lornry. v back lo Ibis j his earlier statements city Canada, j whole thing was a jus- ivhcre he claimed lie bad heen (Ippartment plot In silence soul lo >pv on thi' Canadian him because of his unl.spokcn poverinn'.'ni criticism of UK [iOM-rnnienl. Carrison, two former police In an bi'lori- his dc- parlnrc Tni'.-il.'O'. liesaid he hud I 0fficcrS am! six pinball opci'a- mi't wilh Garrison shortly be- j iurij charRcd hy Ihe Rovoni- forp thai he bad heen mcnl with a scheme in which forced by Ihe VS. justice de-jiin; operators allegedly paid parlmcnl lo hi'lp frame the dis-1 Harrison Lo ensure he would not trie! attorney. i them fni- allowing II" also that the U.S. and S gambling on their premises. Canadian governments worked i Gervais, n onetime invcsliga- tor for (iarrison, was quoted Moiuiay night in an interview lihned in Canada willi Kose- mary James of Ken' Orleans television station WU'f, as say- ing thai the federal government i had harassed him into trapping j Garrison. j NOTHING OI'TEIIKI) The interview was filmed last week after Gervais was here May lie said in another interview Tuesday that he saw Garrison hut that neither Garri- son nor anyone else offered him anything to change his story. The station also said that Gcr- vais and his family, which bad become unhappy in Canada, left r Vancouver Tuesday to drive I back lo their home in New Orle i ans. j Gervais said In Ihe interview j that lie was sent to Canada to spy on the Canadian govern- ment for an oil company. "My jolt was lo, in effect, in- vestigate or to spy on or to de- j lei-mine why it was that this oil i company was not accorded Ihe j privileges in Canada by flic Ca- nadian government that otlier oil companies "Like drilling Mrs. James asked. "Drilling privileges, precisely, was one of them." Gervais said the spying was i done "with Ihe connivance ollion was. And they couldn't af- Ihe jitiliee deparlmi'iit" and ford this. Now Ibis was Shore's, "They will deny this, yon can lict, lint Ibev won't get lie said it developed that he didn't have a joli with thu oil company after all. 'They bail -said the oil com- pany changed their mind. That they were afraid lo hire me be- cause Ibcv were afraid that in Gary Shore's, message lo me." The .station identified Shore as (he juslicc! department official who [nlked with Gcrvais about the, Canadian situation. DIDN'T NUE1) (ittliVAlS Tom Kennclry, former asisl- ant chief of the justice depart- ment's crime and racketeering strike force with spite of Hie assurances to the headquarters iTereT denied Cler- contrary by tile justice deiiarl- v.lis harased into mcnt, Hint perhaps I miRlit he Kcnelly, forced lo lest ify in the wlul now has a ing trial of. the pinball people nractirp ,-ikn inlr...... and Jim Clarison and thr. would come out my func- HIT BY HAIN MIAMI (Heiilei-) Tlireo Ciihun workers were drowned and thousands of persons evacu- ated from Cuba's lowlands after heavy rains drenched the is- land's eastern provinces, ae- cordine. to a Radio Havana broadcast monitored in Miami. HliKll'OHKS lilt.I. 5 JIHXK.'O CITY (Keuler) Five children killed and their mother and father injured when an explosion their collate as they were mak- inr; fircu'orks Itr a fcslival at ;i town near here, police said iTV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA "A Storm In p.m., Cli. 4-ply Nylon STRATO-STREAK ONLY FORD, CHEV. PLYMOUTH, 4-ply IMylon CHAMPION to lil many mode's cl FALCON VALIANT CHEVYII VW _ 4-ply Nylon 95 CHAMPION lo tii many models of DODGE, OLDS. PONTIAC FORD, CHEV. PLYMOUTH MERC. WH1TEWALLS FORD CHEV. PLYMOUTH TRANSPORT TRUCK TIRES 10 111 IfilfAS MICll .IS VANS, CAMPERS PICKUPS Now iiviiihtilc al Ihi'sn t-ircstonc. Slams ni nc.ilnrs As'< obout our EASY BUDGET TERMS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S, Phone 327-8548 practice, also (old television sU-Lion WDSU-TV that Llic government did not need Gervais as a probation Kcnnclly said Llial while Gervais' Lax returns were being audited without, (he Internal Revenue Service being able to make a case, Gervais said: i "You've bad your hcsl shot at me. Now I'm going lo tell you what's really yoing on in this city. Kennelly paid Gcrvais de-! scribed a system of pinball payoffs and, because of grief over a son inising in action in Vic -nani, said he wanted to make amends to lii.s sou so he became an informer with no strings a -tached. Gervais later said be feared for his life and the government helped find him a job in Canada. The job fell through but he found another one paying Genera Motors cl A .summer encounter between [wo biller and luroly people: an elderly Jew and a JO-yearold hev. CHIME DRAMA: Hawaii Fivc-0, 'p.m., Cli. 13. Diana Muldaur plays McGarrelt's former fiancee now a widow sui-pecled of murdering husband. MOVIE COMEDY: "It Happened to 9 p.m., Cli. 7. a small town lobster fanner becomes a national heroine, featuring Doris Day and Jack Lcmnian. DOCUMENTARY: Here Conic Tlir 711s, p.m., Cli. The latest methods of weather prediction are looked at wilh a forecast of the time when man will control conditions. INTERVIEW: David Frost, ]2 miilnighl, Cli. 1.1. Judy Collins, Deborah KeiT and Carf Reiner arc guesls. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Longs reel, Medical Cenlrc, O'llara, Deaa Martin, The Hold Ones. FRIDAY MOVIE WESTERN': "Cave of 1 p.m., CIl. 7. Outlaws make off with a large shipment of gold. MOVIE DRAMA: I p.m.< Cli. 13. Florida's Indians caught in the conflict between modern society and age-old tradition. Station said Gervais began demanding more money and at that time aparently sought (he co-operation of a ic-porter lo make his views AIIAI A'O ANGLO Sipp Fragrant trt by Hit radlo'iind ttltVTilen tlalloni. Any variation In prcgmm lo lart-, minute chanan by ttoHons dnd'lr ilblllly of Ih. H.rald or Anglo D'l'.lrlbUloiiSt.rto and Phntogrophlc Centre.; V i efficiency defended WINNIPEG (CP) In. creased health care costs result from government policies and puhlic demands rattier than from inefficiency by the hospitals, W. A- Holland, president of the Canadian Hospital Association, said today. "Many health care eosts laic on Ihe doorstep of hospital joards and administrators are, in fad. the result of rjovernment policies fostered by greater and greater public demands.'' lie told Ihe opening; session of the association's annual meclinp. "Government surveys repeat-' edly point lo hospital efficiency and waste while ignoring the report cf its own task force on the cost ot hospital services in Canada, which [ailed lo find serious faults or shortcomings wilh hospital operations." Mr. Holland, an Oshawa, Ont., hospital administrator, said that "during an election campaign, tlie hustings are used to feed the public appclile for more and more health care lang (he expense." A copy of Mr. Holland's speech was released before CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with ConLcmporary News THURSDAY NIGHT Pdul Tcssier Chccllne Jack Neulcld Buryl dark Dave King CJDC THURSDAY N1GH1 Show Wayne Barry Wcrld al FRIDtY 17 OU Prol'C 13VO John Walker Jim Elliot Ncv.'S, Wlhr, Srorl Rcgucsl Line COC News Ncv.i anrj Grain John Charles wthr. Scorr Prices CHCC FM -jit-News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT, 2 C3 Den MacMasler Concerts Bob Den Hcdman Don McMasler Sign-Off CEft Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Frame CIiamDor R-no Wnrlrf el Eiohl 03 Home Run f.VJuc H.li Eye Opcnrr As 11 NGV.S Tnis Coun'ry 8.01 Musicii-ontJ Winmpsn Orchil ra 1? 03 Radio Noon 10.01 Hews, Wlhr, bport.s The Inner Ear i-.n Sdiocls 1-rom Ihe Caoiin's FRIDAY J''jo Max PcrquEon Five a Week Eyo fil Six CLCC CtCC Broadcasts over Cablcvision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Douu GCSSBH Dave Wijldkotf THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! blamed lor lent fire deaths ST. ALBERT (CP) Youlhs throwing firecrackers caused a lent fire killed two St. Albert girls Sunday, the RCMI' said today. The RCMP said they have taken statements from t h r c c i v o u t Ji s but added that The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" Sec the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcieo and Pkoloytapliic Center 419 5lh St. S. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" the attorney general's department directed police, lo do so. Diannc Rosenberg, 10, a n d Kimberley Hammer, 9 w ere s ccping in Ihe lent in the Hammer yard. They were killed in Hie Channel 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Teleprcht- 7 ll LO brs.-T- Slreer 5.00 Trulh or 11 ;d5 Cull OF 1hc IJ-'JtJ MuMy-Our Town Consequences !c) Co.-rn 1 00 Mrwie: CJVG ol Lei's Make a Deal FRIDAY OjC.iv.s (L) 7 and Clly Nnvy Moviu. Tcclriv 30 Sk-i-m in Summer Nompc-r Rcom [Tdfjt1 of Nicitil O'Unra fliiij .Vr. i -.-ily Massive wheat sale pending CHICAGO lo Jnnc l-nrncllv Ci-ini S uij In, Hi r Neivi ihi.i CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablovision Ch. 4) Quch-ilior David '-'J i.oa Family AK.iir THIDAY 'i'-fD Bcwitchi'il 8.3S Tlioucilil for Pry V'iriy Tlr-v Ncv-i (f) Univi-r-.ily tl 7.10 Ihe G cod l-ive-0 fVnnrnni Hi I V.cnl (c) Martin fc) f.irLns fViinc- r, c 3''.'J You sale" of grain to Russia. Piiilz said the 1972 Russian grain crop will he and that will have enough grain for this summer bill after that Iliey won't." said he firsl fell a largo s; le of grain lo Russia was pos-si lie after ho cinferred with So-vicl leaders in Moscow s i x months ago. DRAFT VOITIIS GKORGMTOWN, (i u y a n a (AI1) Prime Minister Korbes lUirnham announced here his government will inlnidiice rom-pulMV.'y military cnnsrriplion lor young [HTMIUS before Ihi' end of Ihe n-ilrt Onrs In fnnvc-r'-nllnn ri ,in (rt tc) Al! Aboul 4-20 (rl Hews ii Nor 111 1 ,inii y AIMir KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cnblevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT 4--SS S-nli.lr; Acincul uro 11 As llis Turns 5.00 Sho.v (cl l.'-ru NIHV-. Nrv-s f. CO 1 M.iy in 1'; 1 In- f. Ic) V.in Dykfl fl-lJCi roncrnlr.jlmn 1 -Of) Wf.Mrl f, W rVv Tifi.r l.f.i'n. frnlrrv 7 In V'1 7 t QO AmiTu.m fi 01 n-'iri f.Mrlin 9. 10 hoIiyv.fvcJ i.qu. is u) mi Hip VJilswi (i-) Hi.ni if) 'i 'in r .umiv A'l.nr Who, Wli.il, Whn p r. SHow O.imc le) Jiuiufy ..n.iw in FRIDAY 10.5-i Mr, -A 3' :r' s Guide Undcrilnndinfi Our Invp h n Mflny nvf 'c' 'Worlrf Splrndur-pil TJnntj KFBB-TV Grcal Falls Channel 5 (C.ililovision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY 11 1 1 1 ,t Dr.it SiMHuwi (0 t Farm Nc.'.i C, .11111-, Nf .-.r. IV 1 1 na KMn-Hfrt Morm Ofiiciy Ouncli u.) f! (0 Din.ih f. I'M. o (i Life to UVP J.'Hk I .11 nnnf' '1 M liny, rl :iiir i Ivp.i (hi- iioll.l V 01 Audrey r.nn.il 11 uu Wuvif I'li-'wnrl u) dlllle MY ;