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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 3, 1973 Drug dealer sentenced to life Death looked the other ivay Dick O Neill of Long Beach Cal loses control of his boat during a drag race at Long Beach Marine Stadium and takes a spectacular crash He was thrown clear as the boat hit the water upside down and was pulled into a rescue boat suffering only a broken left arm His boat Miss L is shown at top of lower right picture Hing a i" veai old cook from NeuYorkCrtv was sentenced here to lite imprisonment lor tiaf ticking in 25 pounds oi hetoin woith million on the illegal market lederal prosecutor David Scott who had called tot a lite sentence said he did so because was not an addict but dealt in drugs solelv tor the muncv Dur ing the August trial an R( MP otheer testihed that told him he was one ol the lout top dealets in Canada In sentencing Countv Court Judge Janet Boland noted he was a high-level diug dealet and not one ot the lit tie tadpoles his Wallet Deakon had contended Out ing the trial court was told the man was to receive more than 000 tor selling Asian heroin in Toronto Most hetoin imported into North America comes Irom Turkev via Fiance and the of the brow rush Wanvanetv in cheated a new source ot the chug to Canada Judge Boland expressed concern that this was the first time the Asian heroin had e our aged she said x-Class 'A' racing cars Powered by 383 Torque motors and energized on Turbo Energizer (mcl with each car) Cars Torque Box Scorcher Turbo Terror Blue Blitz Monza G T X 4 metal cars Only y-Kenner Paint Wheels Wonderful fun for any boy or girl -just roll on patterns pictures and words in 3 bright col ours Wheels are all dressed up in a colourful package lid and tray z-CFL Decision Football Now you re the quarterback m the most exciting strategy football game ever devised Tough moulded construction Select offense set defense hike and yards lost or gained flash automatically aa-Play-family Merry-Go-Round When knob is wound carousel revolves with passengers to Skater s Waltz Size about x x 6V2 An endless source of fun and fascination for the young fry" Only bb-Head-to-Toe Angie and Longlocks One of the favourites of last year1 Because little girls love to play with hair and Head to Toe has lots of it1 Hair that flows down to the floor Toys and Games Vais 1534 Spring blooming Holland bulbs 1 0O-bulb package. May flowering assortment Plant now' 50 tulips in brilliant colours plus 50 mixed crocus bulbs Daffodils. Choice of 50 mixed bulbs in a package TCUN Early blooming spring hyacinths. Produce very fragrant flowers Plant now outdoors Hand pick your own blue yellow red or white 10 bulbs Indoor-outdoor daffodils. Choice varieties including multi- petalled double daffodils and brf-ant yellow large trumpet small- cupped daffodils 10 bulbs Early flowering crocus Plant now in any well-drained soil Hand pick your own assortment 10 Bulbs to grow indoors Paperwhite indoor narcissus. Bloom in December or January Double flower Pot not mcl 10 bulbs Single indoor hyacinth m its own pot Store in cool place Water- ing makes it bloom Instructions .ncl Ea 98c Garden for Pre-Season Savings it pays to have a Sears All-Purpose Account at Simpsons Sears you gf t the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and Simpsons-Sears r ry Store Hours Open Daily from 9 30 a m to 5 30 Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to 9 00 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 p m CASE NO24 Victory over Russian dissenters may be costly Bv WILLIAM RYN VOKK (AP) The Kremlin evidentlv won a vie mei the voiceso! dissent in the success ot Case 24 but the cost vet prove to have been heaviei than it at first believed Case 24 was the code name applied bv the KGB 01 secret to an opeiation that was a kev pait ot the most sustained official assault on dissent since the Stalin eia wave ot seaiches attests and ttkils begun earlv in 1972 was well advanced bv spiing when the KGB bote down heavilv on a special taiget the Chionicle of Current 1 ..vents Iheditoniele a celebrated sa a t or sel 1 publication joutnal had appealed legulatlv everv two months since April 1968 and was about to publish its 24th issue in April 1972 Ivpewritten with carbon opies the journal eiteulated widelv I he KGB couldn t stop 24 not could it prevent 25 26 ot 27 horn appearing But 27 was the last Since last Oct 15 no issue of the Chronicle has appealed SLARCH RISKY Fot several vears the sell saetdicing Chionicle quench ed a general and natural human thnst to know what is going on Alexander the Nobel Prize wntei said in a recent inter view It brought to the sut face from the deep abvss ol ignorance just a little little part ot our terrible historv and for that it has been de- sttoved and crushed with such thoioughness along with diei Sakharov the nuclear plnsieist and a tew othei stalwatls icpresent the only leal remaining challenge to the regimes repressions and have been targets ot at tack and threats Clearlv the death of the Chionicle was a main goal ot the ollicial crackdown on tes live intellectuals The KGB closed the trap on tne Journal with the arrest of Pvotr Ya kir a historian and Viktor Kiasin an economist both ac- tive in the civil rights movement RESISTANCE BROKEN Befoie he was taken to Le- loitovo prison for mtei- logation Yakir confided to friends he would not be able to withstand the pressure and would tell them anv. thing if thev beat him Sakir s was a tragic storv In the Stalin purges of the 1950s his lather a Red armv commandei was executed Because of its relationship to an enemv ot the people the "S akir laniilv was sent to a la bor camp Not until the brief thaw period under Nikita Khrushchev were the Yakirs heed which eir eulated manv a now-cele biated work ot writers unable to publish legallv included too an account called Childhood in Prison about his 14 years in the camp At the toiehont ot those piotesttng hatsh treatment ot intellectuals in 1968 intula'ed a document wain ing that the regime under I eonid was restor ing Stalinism whereupon the KGB threatened both him and Ins daughter Last veai the bearded sad eved now fell into the big KGB loun dup net Indications ueie that he talked a good deal regarding names and operations ot the hionicle A reeentlv exiled dissenter said Yakii had been told he would get an exit a veai s sentence