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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October 4, 1971 Ei'i'ii President, reconizes her tier of dying children "cheered by letters SOUTH SAX FHAXCISV'O, Calif. (AIM I'ros i d e n t Nixon, v.c 1 f ;ir e mothers, siiiLjcr (lien Campbell ami shipping dorks tiro unimifj moro Hi an l.ooo people across the United Staffs who have sent imnH'y ;iml li'ltt'rs to a woman whose children sufiVr from a rare, apparently iiu'iir- able disease. always knew everybody was great, but. I never knew .si: ninny could be so Jacqueline Vel- lum. In (wo week.'i, about and move than i has arrived a I. her subur- ban .San Francisco home. The money is being put in a cial bank fimrt to pay for (he children's medical needs, she .said. Her three surviving children have a rare nerve ailment called Batten's disease. Two weeks ago, Mrs. Colluni bold her oldest daughter, Patricia Ann, in her arms as the 13- ear-old died of tho ailment, which causes brain cells to Charles, 7, is blind, His sis- ter (.Yystal, 6, is losing her sight. Kathleen, 12, has not been able to see fur some time and her speech is im- d. Collum's plight was told in news stories after she asked San Mateo County to extra to have Patricia Ami's body cremated. MVF.S ON WELFAKK Thy 'M-y e a r -o I d divorcee hat. been supporting her chil- dren on a month in wel- fare and some help from her former husband. difficult it must be for said the letter from President Nixon, "but I am heartened to read, that you refuse to give in to pessi- mism." Other letters c o n I a i n c d money. Mrs. Col I LI m opened some of them during the in- terview. "Wow, here's No name, no return address. There are a lot like this." She said Glen Campbell wrote that he was praying for her family and sent money but she doesn't want to say how much. Mrs. Collum said a child knocked at her door last week and handed her n fistful of "allowance money." A ship- ping clerks1 union sent An anonymous doner sent n cheque. One man sent which he said was "my beer money." Several women on welfare sent small donations, she said. "It's all so fantastic. People are great." was a hoax CARACAS, Venezuela (neu- ter) Tlie Dominican Repub- lic's missing woman consul, Thc-lma Frais dp Rodriguez, was found Sunday and police said she had arranged her own disappearance. Detectives discovered the 56 year-old consul-general alone in a suburban apartment. After she had been ques- tioned, a high police official an- nounced that Uie consul's slay in the apartment where she was You can join Weight Watchers this be on your way to a slimmer figure. Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH Hth STREET and 4th AVENUE SOUTH ATTENTION CARDSTON and VICINITY Weight Watchers is contemplating a class for your area. If interested please call Some talking, some listening, and a program Ihal CANADA GRADE "A" Dr. A. B. Morrison of the food and drug directorate tells reporters ihe government-grown grass is three times stronger than the street quality marijuana. The occasion of the outdoor news conference was the final day of harvest at the experimental farm pot plot, right phofo. The marijuana plants grew as high as 10 feet during the summer. LAKEVIEW LIONS CLUB HALLOWEEN TUES, WED, OCTOBER 4-5-6 Lakeview Lions Club Members Will Conduct A i-IO-DOOR CANVAS Plecsse Keep Your Front Lighl On! Projects Sponsored by the Lakeview Lions Club Maintenance of St. John Ambulance.................. Maintenance of Leth. Rehabilitation Bus ._........... Scholarships Leth. Community College Transportation for the C.N.I.B....._.................. Meals on Wheels PROCEEDS TOWARDS COMMUNITY BETTERMENT This advertisement is made possible through the kind sponsorship of the following: Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. 1652 Mayor Magrth Driva Mac's Trucking Lion, BOB JOHNSTON Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Lethbridgo, Alberta Fort Whoop-Up Service Lion, HANK BERGMAN Murray Transport IETHBRIDGE, FORT MCLEOD, GRANUM, CLARESHOLM, STAVELY. Dunlop Ford Sales Lion, MORRIS THOMPSON G. H. Baxter Son Ltd., (1968) Lion, JACK BUTLIN Frank Walker's Men's Clothes lion, FRANK WALKER Robo Car Wash Ltd. 1505 Mayor Magrath Drive found was a "voluntary seclu- sion." Police combed Caracas for four days after the woman dip- lomat was reported kidnappcc by urban guerrillas Wednesday. One note demanding mil- lion ransom, found in a tele- phone booth in the centre of the city, said tlie kidnappers were from the Radas Mezones guer- rilla unit of the Armed Forces nf National Liberation. POLICE C01IBED CITY Twelve people were held for questioning as police searched the city for the diplomat, who disappeared while on her way to a bank. But police investgators be- came suspicious when there was no further word from the "kid- nappers'' and after reports that Lhc diplomat had been asking sriends arorrsd Caracas for a loan of Detectives were questioning .he D o m i n i p a n vice-consul, Fausto Frias, nephew of the consul, the police chief said. On the day the ransom notes were found, Frias appealed to the Venezuelan government to up the money to pay the ransom. Also under arrest is the con- sul's Dominican student assist- ant, Angel Castellano, who claimed to have found the first note under the door of .he Dominican consulate. A police spokesman hinted hat Castelnno under question- ing revealed the apartment where Mrs. Frias was found. United Appeal campaign off to snappy start WOODSTOCK, Out. (CP) giant tug-of-war held to launch this city's 1971 United Appeal campaign camo to an abrupt end today the rope snapped and the campaign chairman broke his arm. A total of 600 on each end of a 1.200-foot-long part in the tug- of-war, which was billed as one of the largest in the world. But the 1-4 inch rope snapped after only a few minutes, bringing the event to an end and sending cam- paign chairman Wes Magill to hospital. Mr. Magill, who was at the front of one of the teams, suffered a fractured arm when the rope broke. GOALS THE KEY TORONTO (CP) Setting oals and sticking to them will illimately change the world, (letropolitan United Church said recently. "The future is not simply a sequence of unpredict- able and uncontrollable events. future may also be the ful- ilment of a carefully-laid plan -r the achievement of a goal set m the distance.5' This tiny hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of 18 quality ZeniUi hearing aids. One of them might bo just right lor you. At no obligation, test-hear U i a Zcnilh hearing aid today. Zenith henrings aids are priced from ffHITH Mail or turf if, If.: a.f.y i of A H-.vinf1' RcaMel. I LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Btdg. IETHBRIDGE ___ _____________ I HIGHLIGHTS: MONDAY SI'OKT: I'm Football, 0 p.m., Cli. ii. The Oakland Haulers rr.i'ct the Browns at Cleveland. MEDICAL DHA.MA: Medical Ccnier, p.m., Cli. 13. Artificial insemination is a key factor in this poignant drama. COMEDY: The Partridge Family, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. A college psychology course provides the setting for Shirley's encounter with a CHIME DIIAJ1A: Cannon, p.m., Cli. 7. "Country Blues" traces Cannon's investigation of the plane crash that killed a Western superstar. WESTERN: Nichols, p.m., ch. 13. The series takes a serious turn when two old gunfighters, after 20 years, are being goaded into a final showdown. DIIAMA: Sargc, p.m., Cli. n. This is the debut of a new series starring Oscar winner George Kennedy. SCIENCE DOCUMENTARY: Nature of Things, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. The discovery of insulin by two Canadians and the research into diabetes is the focus of this report. CRIMA DRAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Eliza- beth Baur joins the series as Officer Fran Belding. Bobby Darin is the star in "The Gambling Game." RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. Religious issues facing modem society are analyzed as the series begins its fourth season. TUESDAY.. SPORTS: Baseball Play-off, 10 a.m., Ch. 9. Pittsburgh vs San Francisco, third ML game to be followed by Baltimore vs AL game. MOVIE DIIAMA: "Border 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A Confederate officer goes to Mexico with in gold to buy munitions. Programs art lilted by the radio and televition ilnliont T1 P'OS'fm sheduler is: due to lasMniitute tha bles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Barry Hegland Richard Gordon John Oliver Show Don McMaster Show Country Digest TUESDAY with Living Word Richard Gordon Mike Murrv hecline A-.OQ John Charles eo Dow 6-QO Jolin Oliver John Oliver Show Ron Legge Show CJOC MONDAY NIGHT Prote 1220 World at Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson Show TUESDAY CBC News Jim Elliott Phone Bill Shew Wayne Barry Probe 1220 iron NPWS pratn Prices Jack Thys Party Line Msline" 15 Rob Inqram News, Wlhr, Sport World st Six CHEC FM -A- News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hou WON. THRU SAT, Bob Gentle Don McMsster Major News Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major News a.m. Don McMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Souds Like Europe Max Mcrninq Shi News World at Ideas Network As It Happens News Bringing Back the Jazz Future TUESDAY National News Eye Opener From The Capitals World at Eichf Five Nights A Commentary Week News and Weathi 10; 03 Mor Matinee 12.03 Radio Noon Holiday Matinee Afternoon Concert BBC News News Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11 th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER mm FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A RELINE GUARANTEES 24 months or 21.000 milei Reline and install bonded brakf! linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brnke hope, front bearings and seals liepackfroiitwheelbcarinw LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV ChanneJ 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) News fc) MONDAY NIGHT News fc) 10-30 Friendly Giant Trulh or 7 Chez Helene Consequences (c) n-rjo sesame Mrppf 5-30 Teicnrouo 7 Avengers U- Drew (O 6: on Col ledge on Campus Stampede Wrestling Under Attack Getting Together Partridge Family Cannon NMure of Tiling: TUESDAY News (c) Farm and City Tcciay Lee Drew Show Romper Room Mr. Man AMve (c) Canada Outdoor! Border River (c) Our Town T.ikn 30 Cdrje of Night Psychiatrist Drop In Truth or Ccnscqucnc.es CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 {Cablevision Ch. 4) Outdoors Unlimited Medical Centre Nichols Piq and Whistls Ironside (c) News News Pendulum David Frost Thought (or Day University of Air Br.it the Clock Yoga (c) House of Frigritenslcln {c) Undo Hobby u) Hi Unfits (c) Fashions Parlnns Francals Ed Allen (c) In Conversation Movie: Bus Riley'i Back In Town Wan Trap (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (c) Dick Van Dykl Buckshot Flintstonos (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvision Ch. 9) A: 30 Doris Day Movie: Speedway News Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World to Iculiur Today Show (c) As the World Turns Today In Moninna Nt-ws (c) Concentration ic) Doclors (c) Sale of Century u.ofi Another World (c) Squares (c) Tdtjo of Niflht Jeopardy (c) Corner Pvle (c) Who, What, Whore Griffin G.ime HiUhtlltcs (c) Affair Another World A 'fid NP Somerset (t) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} MONDAY NIGHT Captain Kitnfiamo 11-30 Nws Dinah's Pl.icu (c) i, All in the Family Jack LaUnno (C) Sform (c! 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