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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 23, 1972 TORONTO (CP) Canadian University students will prob- ably have to wait until 197-1 for Student aid being revamped a new form of financial aid, K. branch, saitl Wednesday. J. Lachapellc, director of Ilic federal education support The Liquor Licensing Act (Part 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice ii published in accordance with thn provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act: 1. The area comprising The Village of Burdetl, being all of that area wilhin the corporale limils of Ihe Village of BvrdelF has been designated as a local area for the purposes of the above act. 2. The fourth day of January 1973, has been set as tho date upon which ihe Board will consider applications for licenses under the above Act, unless prior to thai date the Board has received a petition signed by 500 electors of ihe above described local option area or 10 per renl of the number of persons named on ihe latest lisls of electors for on eleclion of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area comprising tha local option area, whichever is the lesser number, requesting thai the lieutenant Gover- nor in Council submit a vole of fhe electors of the local option area a question in respect of the class of license applied for. Dated at Edmonlon, this ninth day of November, 1972. A. D. ELLIOTT CHAIRMAN The Alberta Liquor Control Board NOTE: Petition? requesling a plebiscite vote must be on the official petition forms which may be obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360, 142 Street, Edmonlon, T5J 2RA, together with inslrucfions for the submission of a petition. The federal loan plan, which is used by the provinces, still has Lo be renegotiated, Mr. Lachapelle said in an interview. lie said Ihe preset federal- provincial fiscal agreements ex- pire in March, 1974, and he did not expect to sec major changes before then. On Tuesday, Jack McNio, On- tario minister of colleges and universities told 500 students protesting the current fniiinci-ig system lie hoped to have It changed so that loan repay- ments would be based on a stu- dent's earnings after gradu- ation. Mr. Lachapelle said a contin- gent repayment plan to replace the current bank loan system that Is the basis of student aid is being examined in- tensively but is only one of many options." ATTENTION! University Graduates The business world offers many challenging and highly remunerative opportunities for you to make full use of your educational background. Several such opportuni- ties exist within our organization. (A wide range of Degrees are represented among our most successful If you are interested in a career position which enfails close personal contact with all levels of business and professional people let's discuss how well you may do with us. Our evaluation program will give bolh of us some interesting answers about you. Please write in confidence to Box No. 99 Hell's angels drug orgy ended with murder of two RICHMOND, Calif. (AP) An all-night Hell's Angels drug orgy began with LSD-spiked drinks and ended in the beating and strangling deaths of two motorcyclists from Georgia, says an informant who was granted immunity to testify. Silently pouring out his story through a lip-reader, William (Whispering Bill) Piter, 41, ap- peared at a preliminary hearing Wednesday in Richmond munic- ipal court for four bikers charged in the case. Four oth- Arclieologists to meet The Archeological Society of Albsrla, Lethbridge centre, will raid a meeting at Ihe Kate An- drews Building, Lethbridge Community College, Saturday at 8 p.m. Agenda includes the election o[ the 1973 executive. crs also charged in the case are still at large. Piter, whose vocal chords have been removed, says he may have just six months to live because of throat cancer and demanded immunity before of the time left, I want on the streets." Piter said that in the spring of 1971 the two bikers from Georgia, Thomas (Big Tom) Shull, 24, and his companion, Charlie Baiter, 30, were invited guests at the Richmond Hell's Angels clubhouse where Pifer was a member. Pifer said the Angels snuffed cocaine and Shull's coffee and Baker's beer were spiked with LSD. Pifer said Shull became violent when someone pre- tended to him that Baker was a drug agent. FOUND DEAD He said that Shull finally was subdued after prolonged beating and was hog-tied and taken to a bedroom where Pifer said he STORES HEADQUARTERS Corner 8th, St. and 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-8548 Everybody talks about traction. But Firestone guarantees it. Traction is what you want from a traction lire. So no wonder everybody promises you'll get plenty. But have you noticed? Others give you a promise and a handshake. But you'll get a lot more at Firestone. We guarantee you'll go... or we'll pay the tow. That's right: IF you get stuck through loss of traction, we'll pay up to for a tow truck to get you on your way. Maybe there's a lesson there. Maybe the other tire people won't give you the same guarantee for a reason. Maybe they're not quite so sure ol their traction. If you get stuck through loss of traction, we'll pay up to 7 for a tow truck to get you on your way. 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Pifer said William John Moran, 30, ordered him to kill Baker, but that he refused, and Moran himself then tried to strangle Baker first with his hands, then his belt, and finally succeeded with a rope, Moran and Edward Junio Carter, 24, pleaded not guilty to charges of two counts of mur- der each. Chester (Festus) Green, 29, and William Mark (Zorro) Mitten, 32, pleaded not guilty to charges of being ac- cessories to murder. Also sought on murder charges but still at large are four other Angels: Barker; Holland Crane, 29; Paul Francis (Badger) Mumm, 26; and Francis Raymond Herman, 3D, said to be the leader of the Hell's Angels at Buffalo, N.Y. The bodies of Shull and Baker were found Oct. 30 on a ranch 100 miles north of here, too de- composed for the cause of death to be determined. Speck to be eligible for parole CHICAGO (AP) Under an Illinois law effective Jan. 1, Richard Speck, convicted mur- derer of eight nurses, will he eligible for parole in less than six years, a state official said Wednesday. Nevertheless, Speck's public defender said, there is littlo chance the one-time drifter will ever be freed. And an attempt was reported under way In th slate legislature to remove th new law's liberalized condition for parole and sentencing. Speck, 30, was initially sen fenced to death for the 196 I JOO 1967 CHEV CAPRICE 2-door hdl. V-8, aulo., P.S., P.B. Rodio. Buckets WHY BUY NEW? 1968 METEOR 2-DOOR HDT. V-8, aulo., P.S.. P.B. (rl AOA Vinyl roof 1971 TORINO 4-door sedan. V-8, aulo., radio 1970 DELUXE CROWN TOYOTA 4-door sedan, QQQ Radial tires. Radio 1970 DATSUN 1600 4-door sedan. Radio H> I 07 I 1968 MONTEGO MX 4-door sedan, V-8, auto.. Radio 1969 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4-door hdl. V-8, aulo., P.S., P.B., radio. 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