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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 7, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Killers issued passes OTTAWA (CP) Half of the 36 prisoners serving life sentences at Cowansville Penitentiary have been allow- ed to leave the institution on temporary absence passes, an official in the Canadian Penitentiary Service said Wednesday The official said passes have been issued for 18 in- dividuals serving life for murder and other grave offences Arthur Gagnier, 25, who did not return to the medium security prison near Montreal after receiving a temporary absence pass in August is be- ing sought in connection with a double killing in Montreal last weekend Tighter controls introduced last year allowed prison offi- cials to continue issuing tem- porary passes for brief periods but gave the national parole board authority over so-called "day longer absences in which a prisoner works or studies outside prison during the day and returns to the institution at night The official said a prison committee reviewed each of the temporary passes granted to the prisoners on life sentences Medical staff hassles aired at inquiry YAMAHA-ORGANS New and COLLEGE MALL Phont 328-3694 The voice of All A University of Western Ontario student at London, Ont disguising his voice as that of heavy- weight boxing champion Muhammad Ah claims he tricked U S sports commentor Howard Cosell. Here Michael Banks of Brampton, Ont, shows his form on the telephone LEASING National Identification Card Predictable Costs Frees investment usually less than Adaptable to private individual as well as business Current model prestige Easy way to get second car t n r in li n Phone 223-3537 LEASING 5 business Women slaves LONDON (Reuter) British women are taking jobs in Lebanon and finding they are the virtual slaves of their employers says BrUish Attorney-Genera Sam Silkin He released Wednesday a letter from the deputy foreign secretary, David Ennals, which reported that the British consul in Beirut was discouraging young women from accepting "slavery employment EDMONTON (CP) Richard Popp, acting ad- ministrator of Stony Plain Municipal Hospital, told a provincial inquiry yesterday that Dr Viljoen Kntzinger performed 51 of the 60 hysterectomy operations con- ducted at the hospital during a 14-month period ending n February this year The inquiry was told earlier that the College of Physicians and Surgeons, in a surgical audit, found that only 19 of the 60 operations were necessary The inquiry, headed by Ed- monton lawyer John Hill, is into operations of the hospital Dr Kntzmger testified yesterday that professional jealousy led to the 1967 breakup of a partnership with the doctor who helped es- tablish the 30-bed hospital in 1963 He said Dr C G Nicholson had become jealous because he (Dr Kntzmger) was becoming the dominant figure m the group practice through his surgical work Dr Kntzmger said the partnership was terminated in August 1967 after a dispute over a proposed abortion for a friend of Dr Kntzmger He said he had gone through "all the legalities necessary in those days for an abortion" and had even admitted the patient to hospital Dr Kntzmger said the patient a nurse from Saskatchewan, had become pregnant following an assault Despite the steps taken, he said Dr Nicholson told him not to perform the abortion Dr Kntzmger said he refused and that Dr Nicholson then "forced him out of the Man chokes to death INUVIK, NWT (CP) RCMP today said William Walter Stal, 39, of Edmonton, was identified as the man kill- ed last week when his parka hood becme entangled in the power take-off of his truck Police said Mr Stal had stopped his tanker truck on the Demster Highway about 50 miles south of Inuvik He then crawled underneath to disengage the equipment before filling trucks operated by an Edmonton based construction firm His hood became entangled and he choked to death partnership The abortion was never performed Dr Kntzmger said a second physician, Dr M C Ringham, was also forced out of the practice and the two subsequently set up their own clinic in Stony Plain, 20 miles west of Edmonton Dr Kntzmger said per- sonality clashes and other problems resulted in a succes- sion of staff resignations at Introducing the (SEAWAY I WITH US CM.GARY FORTWO Come awav with us Just the two of you Come away for a weekend in at the International Hotel. where iun is juM minutes away from our The shops, the films, the plays the price' Just Friday to Sunday or Saturday to Monday, a special prue thai gives you a deluxe suite, continental breakfasts for two. parking and plunges in our indoor pool This weekend come away with us. Just the I wo of you to WITH US' For rrn-rvjltonv. mail llm ot !n Wmonlon -duln fonnol CuMonnal c ni 1ocV STH tdbitiel n ix-can 1 n 759 95 19" Portable Color TV 419 95 SANYO STEREO CENTRE with 8-TRACK TAPE f v "p 299 95 We make it easy at USE OUR firestonc CREDIT PLAN OR Stores Conur 3rt A 8th St. S. PtoM 327-8548 ;