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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ZS THE ICIHBRIOGE HERALD Tliuriiloy, November 12, 1970 Terrorist kid push RCMP most-wanted list to 13 Abo on I he1 latest list is Wil- fred Stanley lioherlson, wanted for capital mureiet' following the shooting of two RCMP members near Prince Albert, Snsk., and the object (it an intensive month-lung search in that area. The latest list of wanted per- sons issued Wednesday also in- cludes a notification of rewards being offered by the federal and Quebec governments for infor- mation leading to the capture of the kidnappers or murderers of Pierre Laporte, Quebec labor minister seized and later stran- gled by the Front tie Liberation du Quebec, Each government has offered a reward of up to The rewards aUo apply for in- formation leading to the arrest of the kidnappers of James Cross. British trade envoy in Montreal. The announcement notes "the offer ol safe conduct lor ihe kill- nappcrs of Mr. Cross in ex- change for Mr. Cross' safe re- lease continues to stand." Listed as wanted in connec- tion with the Cross-Laporte, Mappings are Paul Rose, Jacques Rose, Mare Carbcm- neau and Francis Simard. Jacques Lanilot is wanted on a charge of conspiracy to kid- j nap in connection with an al- leged FLQ plot to kidnap an Is- raeli government representative j earlier this year that did not) come off. The reward noto included with the list said a reward v.-oakl be paid for information leading to the arrest of Bernard Lortie in connection with the j Cross-Laporte kidnappings. Lor- tie is in police custody and testi- fied last Saturday at the open-i ing of an inquest into Mr. La-j pcrte's staying. The list says all those wanted jr.- connection with the kidnap- pings are to be considered j ''armed and dangerous. The list: Paul Rose. 26, six feet, 210 By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Overweight people are less likely to commit suicide or suffer severe mental disease than thin people or those of average weight. But they pay a heavier toll from most other illnesses, accidents and surgi- cal operations. As a child, remember how hard you struggled to see whether you could kiss your elbow? But the giraffe can go that children's game one bet- ter. It has a tongue so long it Two Canadians drowned in van mishap HAMILTON (CP) Two Ca- nadians were among four per- sons drowned recently in Ni- geria, it was reported here today. Dr. Kenneth Dick, 40, of Van- couver, who had worked in Ni- geria for the last nine years, and Joan Hycroft, a Toronto nurse, drowned when a van in w h i c h they were travelling plimged into a river about 125 miles northeast of Lagos. of the drowning was re- ceived by F. Irving Eenton of Stosey Creek, a close friend of Dr. Dick. Also killed was Ron Gross, a missionary from Greenville. S.C., and a Nigerian. The vic- tims had been missing since Oct. 24. Dr. Dick trained at a Hamil- ton hospital and was well known for bis medical-missionary work. His wife and seven ehil- dren are at a 28-bed hospital Dr. Dick established in Nigeria. can use it to clean its own cars. What soap-hating kid at some stage of his life wouldn't Eke to be able to do that? The question has been raised by science as to whether foul air may not drive some people to drink al- coholic beverages excessively. Rats subjected for three weeks to auto exhaust fumes typically breathed by Los An- geles human residents during rash hours. At the start of the tests Ihe rats all preferred to drink plain water. At the end they all preferred to drink al- coholic solutions. Attractive: If you want to be bitten by mosquitoes, who have an eye for color, wear black, blue or red clothing. These are the colors they go for. If you wear white or yel- low clothing, they are more likely to shun you. The healthier sex; A man at 42 can look forward to living to 72, a woman of 45 to 77. In terms of absenteeism, one study found women miss work because of disabling illness only half as often as men be- tween the ages of 45 and 61. One reason: men's greater susceptibility to heart attacks. It was Cecil Beaton, noted English photographer and de- signer, who said: "What is el- egance? Soap and pounds, black hair, brown eyes, pale complexion, cataract left eye; wanted for kidnapping, considered armed and danger- ous. Mure Carboimeau, 37, five feel, five inches, M5 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, fair complexion: wanted for kidnap- ping, considered armed and dangerous. Jacques Kose, 23, five feet, nine indies, 180 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, fair complex- ion; wanted for conspiracy to kidnap, considered armed and dangerous. Francis Simard, 23, five feet, seven inches, HO pounds, light brown hair, hazel eyes, medium complexion; wanted for conspir- acy to kidnap, considered armed and dangerous. Jacques Lanctot, 24, five feet. 11 inches, 160 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, medium com- plexion; wanted for conspiracy to kidnap, considered armed and dangerous. Wilfred Stanley Ilobcrlson, 40. five feet six, 155 pounds, dark brown hair, brown eyes birth- mark on rorcnsau, considered armed and dangerous. Raymond Joseph Emilicn Sig- raiin, 29, five feet six, 153 pounds, dark brown hail1, hazel eyes, fair complexion; wanted by Quebec police for escaping custody, considered armed and extremely dangerous. K a y in o n d Joseph Palmer alias Raymond Joseph llolden. 34, five feet six, 147 pounds, black hah1, brown eyes, fair complexion; wanted by RCMP in Victoria for escaping custody, considered armed and ex- tremely dangerous. Heal Choquette, alias Chuck Taylor, 45, five feet 11, 201) pounds, grey-brown hair, brown eyes, medium complexion: wanted by Quebec police for armed robbery, considered ex- tremely dangerous. Cameron Davitl Bishop, 20. five feet eight, 1GO pounds, dark brown hair, brown, me- dium complexion; wanted by KCMP Victoria for possession of stolen property, on U.S. Fed- eral Bureau of Investigation list, for sabotage, considered armed and extremely dangerous. Klie KaMea, alias Eiie Rab- biah, Yassin Souleman, Walter Arbib, Walter Perrinnie, 37, or 47, fiv.o feet seven inches, 175 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes.( dark complexion, scar right side of face; wanted by police in To- ronto, Italy, Los Angeles and New York on charges of con- spiracy in uttering ami fraud. John W. Clonser, alias Wil- liam Saslon, Chuck A. Williams. 38, five feet nine, 200 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion; wanted by U.S. au- fhorities for escaping niiental in- stitution, considered armed and extremely dangerous. Barney1 Altwergcr, alias Bar- ney Auld, Barney Alvey, 54, five feet six, 155 pounds, black hair, brown eyas, ruddy complexion; wanted by Toronto police for fraud. GIVE YOUR DOLLAR A GUARA Tor the next five years. You can count on receiving a big interest for your dollar. Every six months. In a Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipt. And, after live years your initial investment is still intact. For as little as S500, you can plan on adding lo your income. Simply complete the coupon and attach your cheque. Or ask Royal Trust for the details. Give your dollar a guaranteed income. Now. BED roycil trust 323 7th Street South lethbridge, Telephone 328-1761 U of C faces space problem CALGARY (CP) A criti- cal space problem will develop at the University of Calgary unless funds can be found, says President A. W. R. Carrothers. He told a board of governors' meeting that the university al- ready has used up its share of five year capital funds and will get no more from the pro- vincial government until May, 1872. Dr. Carrothers. said the money, about million, was used early because of increased student enrolment r.nd rising construction costs. j New buildings; which would ease the crisis, won't be built until the government makes its next five year allocation of capital funds "so we must depend on the three Alberta uni- j versities campaign or hope the j univers i t i e s commission can j make some readjustments." MONTREAL, November 12th Have you joined the swing to con- unent of MONARCH CAKE MIXES? I've found with Poueh-Paks n! Monarch it's just a matter of deciding what size cake I For a 2-Iaycr cake I -simply use 2 Pouch- Paks and for Mayer Pouch-Pak. These economical Pouch-Paks... rather than more i expensive, bulky boxes-., save me considerable, money (and cupboard With Monarch I'm always sure of a light, moist and because of a special ingredient Monarch has added, my cake stays moist the day after baking and the day after that Monarch Cake Mixes come in li delicious flavours, too! DO YOU REALIZE that over 6 generations of- Canadians chil- dren and adults have used DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY for relief of diarrhea? My own grandmother was a booster of. Dr. Fowler's... anil for a _vcry good reason. Fowler's is a gentle, restorative formu- la, based on roots and herbs. H relieves nausea ami cramps... and gently restores intestinal balance. Dr. Fowler's is not constipating, although H docs act quickly.- It lias come to the Of many a distressed mother after her chUdrcn have over mcUUfied in fond cir play. For soothing relief. from emb.'irnissinsii uncomfortable diarrhea, keep Dr. Kowicr's Kxtract of Wild Strawberry on hand. WITH MANY OF OUR HUSBANDS working under pressure live flays (and several evenings) ;i week, it is up toWu> Miriest for 'our to relax, CZjNJ 'Like taking train when a business trip is planned. Whr-n ho boards a CANADIAN (A NATIONAL train, there's no worry about bad Jus oyr-s on Iho traffic Wilh CN (Joins! the drivini', hr can i'Hsx strc-tch his i r-at iiicnis when ho feels like C.N" trnin.'; an- >o comfortable! and reliable you know arrive at lir- m-.liiKitmn rcfrcsfu'd. And lias laroiv for family travelling that are most appealing, tool -V e Name of the Shuffle-Curl Tables Provide Fun For Everyone Model 900. 9' size. Reg. SALE, eacH- Hey, hey the gangs all here! let's hove o gome of shuffle board or n curlinc? bonspiel. Shuffle-curl fables provide fun for all oges. The exclusive three-in-one formica playing sur- face is smooth to provide glide-easy operation. See them today. Table Tennis Table Easy fold away table 5'x9'. Features Oupon playing suriccs with green finish, 2" Dypan apron. One side (olds up so one person can play. 4 centre legs have swivel casters for easy storage. SAIE. each icrmis Table 4 bals, nylon net, clamps 7 QQ ond SAIE. Model 1100. 11' size. Reg. 249.00. SALE, each- Model 1300. 13' size. Reg. 315.00. SAIE, each- 299 .00 Deluxe Poker Table Reg. 79.98! Features multiple-use surface of block vinyl, chip cubicles, plastic glass holders, and ash Irays. Legs fold away for easy storage. 48" in diameter, 30" high in walnul finish. SALE, each rayi. Leys i 64 Home Recreation, lower Floor Use Your Handy Eaton Budget Charge Account Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 to 9. Buy Line 328-8811. ;