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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Z THE 1CTHBRIDOE MUALO Monilov. Novnmbor 1J, 1971 very t. assailant elecleJ Krvulmu CA1.0AKV UT' Paul Cini, in l.ht1 hiiat'kinti of r.n Air I (U'seViifd liis urchin t-> Suntkiy us "quu.'l and very aloof." He lived with his father mothor and a youngiT brotliei in a white duplex in suiit.hwtM Calgary. Ht1 came to I he ciH five years from the United Ui join his parents. Cini's lumie town in the U was not known. Neighbors said the wbnle fam- ily kepi 10 tjiemsolvi-s, minding Ihoir own business. A said ho- wa? "the type of guy you hardly erer no- i iiv in a quiet." I t'ini had been employed ns n j driver of a delivery truck. The j neighbors described his appar- j enL fondness for saying I t.hat lie was always unkerin" some vehicle and t.hat be drove many different mocHs Hungarian; aiKj makes'during the las; five of Canada years- Cini was under polk-e CAPTAIN DEMONSTRATES Captain Venn Ehman shows how he grabbed the throat of the man who hijacked his Air Canada DC-8 jet Friday, At his right is chief officer Norm Hagison. Captain Ehman and his crew explained details at a news confer- ence in Calgary Saturday, blow your head off Auto pact blamed for hard levy post By HOD CUimiE LOUR, Democrat of Louisiana, Tile 1 10 I "satisfactory" progro: 27-jIle frequently waved the flame year-old Calgary man, still in from a cigarette lighter near with his head in hand- j fuses leading to the dynamite. o reign of terror ended just ire midnight Friday night j veteran Cr.ptain Vcrnon nove arainst Paul i Ehman cf Montreal grabbed the Trudwiu. He'w-i-; char-ed vilh "inter-; Cini. in police custody hijacker by the throat after his .jfl.n.Hnn Km-.n :a jetliner. win. ra.-ne Toronto j fering transportation facili-' and under guard at the hospital KO F.dmontwi, !i'i r; Hungarian i-'rcedoiii Youth group in that city Fie emigrated t" Canada from Hungary in Driver charged after fatality eu route to Salisbury recovering satisfac- t.loulri for help and chief C i n torily" from concussion and a two-inch gash in his ceived at the hands of an axe- wielding member of the DC-S been charged with "interfering with transportation purser John Arpin of Toronto jumped into the fight. But the hijacker "fought like a wild purser Phillippe an Thieu SALISBURY. Rhodesia (Ren- ter) British Foreign Sacre- CALGAHY (CP) Kenneth tary Sir Alec Dnualas-Home j Farhall. 19. of Calgary was headed for Salisbury today for. "I 01 fS Q 's all I can tell an officer said Sunday j night, refusing even to tell re- killed when hi; inick and an- what could be a final attempt to i porters when the charge was other vehicle collided at i> resi-; break the six-year Anglo-Rhode- 'aid. He would not speculate on denliaMistrict intersection sian independence deadlock Cini might appear in court A charge ot failing lo yield: In Rhodesia, there was an at- j 'or arraignment, at a stop sign has bcv-n laid mospherc of anxious waiting as j Cini was removed from the economy Arpad ogronis, of Ine other vehicle. pearcr: separately fined S70 each for ine on bicycles. i the Uvo goverr.ments cleared aircraft early Saturday aiier it. the decks tor a week of crucial had sp-.'nt T'n hours on a zig-zag i talks. trip between Calgary and Great Tlie nest few days could show Falls. Mont... at the mercy of Africa whether the long-sought settle- th? hijacker. No one else was injured al- SAIGOX (AP) President Nguyen Van Thieu presented i today a program of sweeping i economic reforms for South man. Assistant Bonny hit the man on the head with the flat side of a fire axe but the hijacker managed to get an arm free and reached for a pocket crying: "I'll blow you all Arpin grabbed the liijacker's hand as he tried to reach wires in Uie pocket, believed to be connected to the explosives; and the assistant purser hit him again, this time with the handle i of the axe. i The drama began on Flight j from Vancouver to Toronto soon after take-off from Calgary International Airport where 101 of 118 passengers had boarded. A masked man carrying a dou- ble-barrelled shotgun emerged from a washroom in the first- class cabin and called to Mr. Arpin. non ctmniE WASHINGTON (CP) Con- gressional anger over the U.S.- Canada auto agreement is being blamed today for defeat of a Senate amendment to exempt Canada and Mexico from the 10-pcr-cent U.S. import levy. However, supporters of the plan say they ir.ay make a new attempt before the whole tav package comes up for a vote, probably Wednesday. Tlie amendment, sponsored Jointly by Senators James Buck ley, a conservative republican from New York, and Mike Gravel, Democrat of Alaska, was defeated 36 to 35 senators absent or not voting. Backers note this was the clos- est of the 10 votes in the unusual Saturday Senate session and they may try again today or Tuesday when a greater num- ber of the 100 senators are on hand. MAY TRY AGAIN A spokesman close to the sponsors also said attempts will be made to assess whether op- position to Mexico's inclusion affected the vole. If opposition is substantial, the sponsors may try a similar proposal covering Canada only. However, the tone of debate suggested thst opposition ceitired around Canada's behav- ior under the 1965 auto agree- ment, vrith Senator Russell 1V1U) DRIVERS KD1BERLEY, South i.VP) who ap-'ment of the independence dis in court were pute, started by Rhodesia's sei-: though the hijacker was armed drunken driv-; zure of independence in 1963. is with a sawerl-off 12-gauge shot- I within reach. i gun and a quantity of dynamite. Vietnam aimed at increasing in- vestment, production ports. and David Leivis looks ahead to election OTTAWA (CP Simplistic slogans of the past are not the answer lo a New Democratic election victory, National Leader David Lewis told his federal council Sunday. Looking to Uie next federal The purser said his first rcac- j election, ho said socialists had tion to the hijacker was: made the error of using slogans Long, Democrat of Louisiana, charging "Canada has not ful- filled liar part of the bargain." "Their failure to do what was inlendcd under Iho agreement has caused our balacce-of-pay- menls lo turn from a favorable balance to a very unfavorable balance with Canada." The HI per-cenl surlax on Im- ports was annjunerd Aug. 15. A new plan in tlie lax hill under consideration would give Presi- dent Nixon he de- sired to use impose a scr- ies of quotas or a-n import levy of up to 1.1-pcr-cent in a bai- ance-of-paymcnts emergency. "You're But the hijacker replied "I'll blow your head off. I'll show UJERR The Shape of Things lo Come The program outlined to the you if I'm National Assembly included provisions for devaluing the piastre and attracting foreign investment. Finance Minister Phain Kim i announced Inter a 45-per- Li cer.t devaluation of South Viet-! natn's piastre. Xgoc told a television audi- ence that from Tuesday the ex-1 charge rate for business trans- actions outside tlie U.S. aid pro- gram would be 400 piastres to one U.S. dollar. I The previous rate was 273 i piastres to one dollar. j i in crash as simple answers to problems that are becoming too complex for simple solutions. He said that while there is wide-spread dissatisfaction with the Liberal government and JLtCCfi Conservatives offered only a dull alternative, it was up to Uie NDP to provide voters wilh pro- grams Uiat would instill confi- dence. i In urging candidates to avoid self-righteousness and slridence, SUES SCHOOL DISTRICT Soni Romans with altorney Ronald Cohen after asking a federal judge to order 1he Channelview High School in Houston, Tex., fo ollow her to take part in extracurricular activities. The blonde 16- year-old co-ed said she was denied the right lo take part in school musicals and other aciivifies because she has been married and divorced. Weather and road report mSE TUESDAY SUNSET Medicine Hat Pine-bur Calgaiy Edmonton ianff Creek MAGRATII (HNSi Doug- j he appeared to be talking di-' Peace Rivcr The MAN LOOK In Cabretta Leather! RIGHT ON! Choose of these great coats and you'll never have it so good leather that's ihe best of its kind available Made from finn has a soft velvety finish truly the greatest for m expect Iho finest. luxury Austral OPEN Till 1 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI Peopl places Shop McGUIRE'S DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH He said gcods entering the country under the U.S aid pro- gram would be valued at an exchange rate of 275 to the dol- lar, compared with Uie previous rate of lit! piastres to the dol- The government would retain the- rate of 118 piastres to the dollar for students and govern- ment officials working overseas. Thieu said the country is liv- ing in "a state of dependence on foreign aid." and "there will be 3 day when it is going to be reduced and Uien terminated." Thieu also called for a j tiong industrialization pro- gram'' to create more jobs, re-1 dur-e dependence on imports and develop exports. South Viet-1 nam's imports currently exceed exports by more than to 1. Harker of Magrath is in satisfactory condition in hospi- tal here following a car-truck, rear-end collision Saturday af- ternoon near Welling. Harker suffered head injuries when he hit the windshield. i Driver of the car involved was J. Beck of Cardston. j Both vehicles were wrecked. The rear wheels of Marker's truck were knocked off the ve- hicle and landed together in the ditch. It took place at the Ray- mond-Wtilling intersection. Beck suffered a broken hand. Harker was making a left redly at the activist Waffle fac- tion of the party which he has, in the past, charged with an Pcnticton Prince George. Kamlnops addiction to lofty phrases and Vancouver impractical ideals. He also said, Uiis time ap- pearing to speak directly at the Quebec wing of the party, that a united voice was needed, espe- cially concerning that province. He said that while the Quebec wing wanted more autonomy for te province, a Saturday resolu- tion called for a united Canada without special status for any region or province. NEED RECOGNIZED Mr. Lewis also said a Salivr- and three in the minor injuries. Canada "greatest1 savs Baldeo TiAYMOND P.nldco of tho Rev. Albert Ravmond-Coal- dale United Church, a Cana- dian by choice of adoption, told i 1 irce crowd at the Remcm- b inn> Day service here that Canada is the "greatest nation in Ihn world today." "IjOt us not take its great- ness for he said. "Let IH stand on guard morally, in all ways, to koep it great." palienl hopes for one year CAPE TOWN (AP) Dr. Christiaan N. Barnard, the South African heart transplant turn just prior to the accident. Two passengers in the truck i day resolution calling for a less :ar suffered centralized federal government recognized a growing need in Canada and a growing realiza- tion on the part of himself and other party leaders. This was a sharp turn from long-established party principles caliing for a closely-centralized national government. While the NDP wanted strong federal government, it had come to recognize the need for participaUon of other groups and provincial representatives 1 Prince Albert Saskatoon Current North Bay Rcgina Winnipeg Toromo Washington Los Angeles Denver i Las Vegas..... i Phoenix Mexico City -111 Rome........ Paris........ London j Amsterdam Eni.sfcls........r.2 :r, Madrid........ 3-1 FORECASTS I.ptlilirillpr-.Mrdidrip Ihit Trjciiiv: Cloudy. Occasional lit snow. Lows fcmight Turstlay: sunny. Highs fa'gary: Today: Mainly cloudy One or tv.o snov.'flur- rics. tonight Tuns- day; plainly sunny, lligh.s i n t i' n a y, rnhiniliia 5 Today: Cloudy with afternoon j sunny pericds. A few shnwcrs of rain or uct snow lliis morn- ing. Tuesday: Clouding over by Oc'fr.sional rnin V.T! j snow in the afternoon and evc- j ning Brisk south winds. Higl-.s and Tuesday, 35 to jo; I lows, 25 to 3D pioneer, implanted a new heart Saturday into a man who had said he would be satisfied if he livus only a year with it The patient, identified as Lindsay Rich, 62, was reported lo have told friends before the at Grcote Schtnir Hos- "At my age it's not incorrect fo n chance with a new he-art. It's worth the trouble. However old a person is, he will clutch at the last straw. "i would rather be dead than wnr i cany on living as I have. A spoke on the change in heart transplant, is my only methods todny as com- hope. Even if livt pared to past conflicts. He said "all things must have a purpose, even war. Today, there are many wars and con- flicts being waged. Many men fighting know not what they arc fighting for." Mr. Balrteo made a plea to parents and children alike to arrange peace, in their own homes. us stop seeing oth- ers as being different. Lot us ho one people working for the good of one nation." M. Wells of the Raymond branch, Royal Canadian gion, conducted the chapel and I cenotaph services. 1' a u I II. Redd markpd his tpc. Even if live only year it will be worth Uie bio." liidi recently suffered heart atiat-ks. Tlie donor not identified. After tie four-hour operation, Grooto Schuur described Rich's condition as satisfactory. It was eighth heart transplant, and South Africa's ninU) lamarr! performed his first transplant Dec. 3, 1967. The pa- tient. Lcnis Washkansky, 53, lived lit days. Two later palienU, Dorothy Fisher, ,111, and Dirk Van 7yl, are alive. Miss Fischer re- in decision-making. Other resolutions a c k n o w 1- edged Nova Scotia's right to the bulk of royalties from oil and gas discovered off its coast even though the federal Liberal gov- e r n m c n t claims jurisdiction under the British North Amer- ica Act About the only sign of disa- greement came early in the three-day session when the dele- gates from New Brunswick were ousted from the meetings because they had not been pro- perly elected. For air your hay and grassland irrigating. Both anniversary as bugler at ccivcd her new heart April 17, the cenotaph, Von Zyl last May 10. l'trmi- Miss Troidl parley with prayer WA UN Ell (HNS) Tlie Warner Catholic Women's League held its monthly meet- ing at the home of Mrs. V. Heppler, with Mrs. S. Collin as co-hostess. Miss P. Troidl opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. S. Collin reporter! the ham supper served to the com- munity was a .success. She thanked all those who came and helped in any way. 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