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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ioturdav, 11, _ THf LETHBHIDCI ffitALD Lady Atnatia Fleming, widow of the British researcher who discovered penicillin, says her only remaining desire is to re- turn to prison In Greece. Lady Fleming, 60, a Greek medical doctor, was released from prison in Athens last fall after serving two months of a 16-month sentence for allegedly LADY FLEMING prefers prison taking part In a plot to rescue a man imprisoned for the at- tempted assassination of Pre- mier George Papadoupoulos. But the authorities who re- leased her on grounds of ill health revoked her Greek citi- zenship and exiled her from the country. She was deported to Britain. She said In an Interview at Toronto that she'd pay any- thing" to be allowed to return to prison, serve the rest of her sentence, and live quietly in her one-room apartment in Athens. "I've lost all my personal happiness, but I don't regret anything I've she said. Francois Laporle, widow of former Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporle who was mur- dered during the 1B70 FLQ cri- sis, received a standing ovation at the official opening of Downs- view's Pierre Laporte Junior High School near Toronto. Hundreds of students, teach- ers, parents and politicians cheered as George McCleary, chairman of North York board of education, introduced Mrs. Laporte. Former strongman president Juan Peron will return to Ar- gentina Nov. 17, for the first time since he was overthrown in September, 1955, his personal representative announced In Beunos Aires. George A. Lacy has been ap- pointed general plants manager of Chrysler Canada Ltd., the company announced in Windsor. Mr. Lacy Joined Chrysler Canada in 1948 and has held senior appointments in the Chrysler corporate network since that time. 1 Nathan Phillips, former To- ronto mayor who celebrated his BOth birthday recently, says he never believed in publicly kiss- ing visiting women celebrities while he held office. Women he declined to kiss In- cluded film stars Kim Novak, Gina Lollobrigida and the late Jayne Mansfield. "Never in said Mr. Phillips in an interview, "but I always told them I was will- ing to arrange an appointment later." Anti-TB drug may be killer OTTAWA (CP) Probably about to Canadians arc taking an anti-tuberculosis drug, isoniazid INH, which his been Linked with the deaths of seven persons in Baltimore a Canadian tuberculosis expert said. Dr. C. W. L. Jeanes, secre- tary of the Canadian Thoracic Society, said In an interview yesterday that the drug "is the most effective anti-tuberculosis dru.e we have." He said it had been used widely for about 20 years and only recently had reports In medical literature Indicated It might be implicated in liver damage. In Baltimore earlier, American officials had stopped a preventive program for per- son who had been exposed to tu- berculosis after seven persons died during the last six months while taking INH on the pro- gram. Dr. Robert E. Farber, Balti- more health officer, said there was no definite proof that the dnig was responsible but "there always is the suspicion." He stopped preventive program "temporarily." Dr. Jeanes said health offl- dalj In Canada had not gone Into the prophylactic (pre- ventive) programs in the same way the United States health service has done. He thought only one or two such prophylac- tic programs were being car- ried on in Canada, one of which Is with Eskimos in Frobisher Bay, N.W.T. HIGH-RISK GROUP "This is an extremely high- risk he said. The rates of TB among Eskimos in the North are 40 times as great as among southern Canadians gen- erally. Dr. Jeanes said for those in flu's high-risk group, and for those with TB, isoniazid prob- ably Is a life-saving drug, de- spite any side-cftecls. "If it were me, I'd want Ihe INH treatment. If TB Isn't treated, you would probably die from it and it's a very slight risk from the drug." As well, Ihe fact that INH has been used for a numlwr of years safely means there may be some other factor involved, he said. About Canadians suffer from active tuberculosis and probably about or 000 might be in a prophylaxis program. The preventive studies being carried on in the North are part of a whole research program, Dr. Jeanes said. He added that fedeal health officials probably have been watching for liver- damage. The Canadian Thoracic Society Is the medical arm of the Canadian Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Associ- ation. AlTCSl follows cafe hJazc CALGARY (CP) Cily pol- ice investigating Llio possibility of arson have arrested a man following a restaurant fire ovcr- niqlit. Tim Ill-Way Cafe In south- east Calgary was destroyed by flnmcs which started In the kitchen. Damage was estimated nt The man's name was with- held. Court award highest ever in Montana HELANA, Mont. (AP) The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a lower court decision awarding Helena airport man- ager Hugh Kellerher in damages stemming from In- luries received In a state-owned airplane three years ago. Kellerher was one of two passengers In a plane that crashed near Helena Sept. 23, 1969. The Montana Aeronautics Commission called the judg- ment "so excessive as to shock he conscience of an ordinarily prudent person." The award was the highest ever affirmed by the supreme court. The state air agency also I argued the suit was against the nlent of llw Workmen's Com-1 pensation Act. But the majority j opinion called it "legal fiction" to consider Kellerher an actual stale employee. Ships collide, Romanian tanker sinks MESSINA, Sicily (AP) An Italian freighter and a Roma- nian tanker collided in fog Fri- day in the Strait of Messina, and the tanker snnk. Three Ro- manian snilors arc missing, 11 were injured and 33 were res- cued unhurt. The collision occurred off Villa San Viovanni shortly after I a.m. The cargo ship Corona Australe plowed inlo Iho bridge of the tanker PlniesU. The tanker sank quickly In half an hour, and three men were trapped In the engine room. None of Iho Italian crew was Injured. The laukc-r was en route to the fllnck Sen after unlondinp at Sprain, so there was no] uingcr of pollution. 6000 PRIZES g WEEKS PRIZES INCLUDE: 1 TICKET TO HONOLULU PLUS CASH 1 TICKET TO MEXICO CITY PLUS CASH 2 KELVINATOR DISHWASHERS 4 KELVINATOR RANGES You can play JUMBO on CHEC 1090 5 times daily Monday thru Satur- day at a.m., a.m., a.m., a.m. and p.m. THIS WEEK'S WINNER OF A KELViNATOR DISHWASHER A TRIP TO HONOLULU via CP Air plus Cash MRS. DOT AUBERT KELVINATOR 30" RANGE Mrs. E. McKenna MRS. TENA SEKELLA LUNDBRECK 626 15rh Street S., lethbridg. KELVINATOR 30" RANGE MR. LEONARD RINGSTAD PINCHER CREEK The following people are ALL CASH WINNERS on CHEC 1090 JUMBO MARJORIE MacDONNELL ef CARDSTON wan CASH MRS. M. KLEIST LETHSRIDGE MISS MARTY McDONALD LETHBftlDGE MRS. I. SLODKOWSKI PICTURE BUTTE GAIL SIMPSON LETHBRIDGE PHIL GERLOCK LETHBRIDGE VERA MORRIS LETHBRIDGE MRS. A. TETERIS LETHBRIDGE MAUREEN FERGUSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. HELEN KINNELL LETHMIDGE MRS. DORIS LYON LETHBRIDGE MRS. RITA KULCHYSK1 COALALE ROSE AINSCOUGH COUTT5 MRS. LILLIAN HAUO FORT MACLEOD MRS. O. R. LAYTON FORT MACLEOD D. FLEMING LETHMIDGE ANNABELLE SERVICE LETHBRIDGE MRS. V. MORRIS LETHBRIDGE ETHEL LIND LETHBRIDGE MRS. B. V. TAKACS LETHBRIDGE MRS. A. TETERIS LETHBRIDGE MAXINE RICHARDS LETHBRIDGE VERA MORRIS LETHBRIDGE MRS. GAIL SIMPSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. EDWIN KUNKEL PINCHER CREEK MRS. ANN BROWN PICTURE BUTTE MRS. ETHEL MESSERLI PINCHER CREEK JOAN KOBAL LETHBRIDGE MRS. MATTIE WALKER LETHBRIDGE MRS. JOAN ARELIS of Lethbrldge won KAREN JAMES LETHBRIDGE GAIL SIMPSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY KROPINAK PINCHER CREEK MRS. LESLIE COYLE LETHBRIDGE PETER SCHULTZ LETHBRIDGE BEATRICE MAYER COALDALE MRS. S .OLEKSIUK LETHBRIDGE MRS. S. WOLSTONCROFT LETHBRIDGE CLIFF SCHMIDT PINCHER CREEK SHIRLEY BLOUDOFF LETHBRIDGE MRS. N. YANCO FORT MACLEOD MRS. E. RENNER LETHBRIDGE MRS. MATTIE WALKER LETHBRIDGE LEONARD CHENARD LETHBRIDGE J. OLEKSY LETHBRIDGE MRS. C. DIEUcN LETHBRIDGE VICTORIA BODIE LETHBRIDGE MARY LAZARICK IETHBRIDGE MRS. N. SIMPSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. BUD BROWER PINCHER CREEK MATILDA HANZEL LETHBRIDGE MRS. EUGENE BECKER PINCHER CREEK ALICE SHENTON PINCHER CREEK GAYLEEN LANG PINCHER CREEK MRS. C. LYNDE LETHBRIDGE MRS. ElVERA MOORE LETHBRIDGE MRS. A. A. JOHNSON CLARESHOLM MRS. NORMA BORNEMAN COALDALE HELEN TENDLER LETHBRIDGE MARY LAZARICK LETHBRIDGE RANDALL PATEY LETHBRIDGE GLORIA SERKIN LETHBRIDGE LUCILLE KOLESAR LETHBRIDGE MISS IRENE YAMAMOTO LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY KROPINAK PINCHER CREEK Y. HOGEWONINO LETHBRIDGE MRS. H. KUNIMOTO TABER LaRAE CLAIRMONT LETHBRIDGE MRS. DARLENE SPONHOLZ FORT MACLEOD MRS. MARY WALKER PINCHER CREEK HENRY SCHULTZ PINCHER CREEK MRS. N. SIMPSON LETHBRIDCE MRS. BETTY JACKSON IETHBRIDGE MRS. S. HARRIS COWLEY MRS. MILDRED ONOFRYCHUK LETHBRIDGE JOHN LEUSINK IRON SPRINGS GERRI MAGEE LETHBRIDGE ELSIE RUSSELL MILK RIVER MRS. E. MESSERll PINCHER CREEK MARY RIEHL HARDIEVILLE MRS. M. NOSS LETHBRIDGE PHYLLIS ROBBINS PINCHER CREEK MARY BOLOKOSKI LETHBRIDGE MRS. L. R. LOWE LETHBRIDGE MRS. JULIA ASTALOS TABER MARTHA RONNE COALDALE MRS. P. CHARLTON FORT MACLEOD MRS. G. ADDISON PINCHER CREEK MRS. ROY TERRILL TWIN BUTTE J. LYSOHIRKA TABER MARGARET SPARKS TABER THELMA ADAMSON LETHBRIDGi LANCE BROWN LETHBRIDGE G. M. HEYNEN LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY NESS LETHBRIDGE MRS. DOROTHY COYLE LETHBRIDGE MRS. A. R. CLARK LETHBRIDGE LINDA LUKENS IETHBRIDGE GEORGIA ALBISTON CARDSTON MRS. K. KINNELL LETHBRIDGE MRS. FLORENCE MANDELOFF PINCHER CREEK CAROLEE WHITE PINCHER CREEK J. OLEKSY LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY KOLIBAR TABER MRS. BOB WILLIAMS TABER ROSE SAWCHUK IETHBRIDGE R. THUR CARDSTON STELLA HIRSCHE FORT MACLEOD MRS. J. S. DANIELSON DIAMOND CITY MRS. R. S. WALKER LETHBRIDGE MRS. ROY KEMPER CRANFORD RUTH SMIENK LETHBRIDGE MRS. HENRY SHAVER PINCHER CREEK MRS. GLADYS McNEELY LETHBRIDGE VICTORIA BODIE LETHBRIDGE MRS. ELLEN PRUS TABER MRS. A. E. LIVERSEED LETHBRIDGE MRS. HAZEL HEPPIER WARNER MARGARET DEIMUTH PICTURE BUTTE H. KUNIMOTO TABER MARGO SHIELDS LETHBRIDGE ROSE NICOLAV COALDALE MIKE EMARD LETHBRIDGE MRS. R. COLWILl LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY MASSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. ETHEL RENNER LETHMIDGE S. FRASER LETHBRIDGE NICK BLOUDOFF CARDSTON VAL MACDONNELL LETHBRIDGE MRS. KEN DIXON PINCHER CREEK C. DRAKE PICTURE BUTTE MRS. A. LARSON FORT MACLEOD CYRIE BARNETT LETHBRIDGE CAROLEE WHITE PINCHER CREEK MRS. MARGARET SPARKf TABER i AYE COURT LETHBRIDGE MRS. E. LIST LETHBRIDGE MARGO SHIELDS LETHBRIDGE A. HOLMBERG LETHBRIDGE M. SPACKMAN STIRLING MARGE BRANDICS TABER MRS. R. COLWILL LETHBRIDGE LANCE BROWN LETHBRIDGE VAL MACDONNELL CARDSTON BETTY COUTTS LETHBRIDGE MRS. POLESCHUCK LETHBRIDGE MRS. IRENE BIRCH TABER MRS. J. CONNERS LETHBRIDGE MARGARET SAUCHUK TURIN MRS. N. SIMPSON LETHBRIDGE MRS. M. ARTHUR LETHBRIDGE MARY RIEHl HARDIEVILLE MRS. DELPHINE RIEHL LETHBRIDGI MRS. M. ROSS LETHBRIDGE MRS. PAT STATA LETHBRIDGE ZENA SANDERS LETHBRIDGE MARIE BARNETT LETHBRIDGI MR. MARK CHARLES LETHBRIDGI D. McKAY COWLEY J. MUSGREAVE COWLEY C. DRAKE PICTURE BUTTE JOE KLUSERITS LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARY MASSON IETHBRIDGE ROBERT SPARKS TABER LINDA WEST TABER MRS. ELLEN PRUS TABEP MRS. E. MclNTEE PINCHED CREEK MRS. PAULETTE KUCKARTZ PINCHER CREEK MRS. F. YANCO FORT MACLEOD MRS. JOAN ARELIS LETHBRIDGE MARY KLEIN LETHBRIDGE MRS. GERALD HOCHSTEIN PINCHER CREEK ANNA BRUNS PINCHER CREEK DORA JOHNSON LETHBRIDGE MARJORIE MACDONNELL CARDSTON VIOLET GILLIES PICTURE BUTTE ;