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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, Otlober 5, 1972 THt inHWIDGE HEKAID 27 Parolee faces charge KENORA, Ont. (CP) A lan who was out on extended ay parole from Stony Jloun- ain penitentiary near Winnipeg as been charged with non-cap- al murder in the death of a [14-year-old Kcnora man. Ontario Provincial Police aid Thomas Hawke, 21, was arrested on a highway near Monday, a day alter M- 'ear-old John Rogers was found dead of a fractured skull in his cabin on the outskirts ol this northwestern Ontario commun- Resistance j Vallieres gets suspended sentence SMILING BEGGARS Two young Vietnamese war victims, leaning on their crutches, cross a street in Do Nang in search of handouts. One of the boys lost a foot and a leg and the olher youngster one of his legs in a rocket barrage. Both now survive through begging. Mackasey plans full accounting Arlene Thomas, 21, was ar- rested at her home hi Winnipeg Tuesc'ay in connection with the same incident. She and Hawke were remanded to Oct. 10 :hey appeared in magistrate's court Tuesday to face the charges. David Rempel, district repre- sentative of the national parole board in Winnipeg, said Wed- nesday Hawke has been on day pa'.'olc from Stony Mountain for the last month attending school in Winnipeg. As a reward for "doing very well, at school, he was allowed lo visit a friend in Winnipeg lest weekend. Under the day parole system, prisoners are allowed out of the inst'tution during the day to at- tend school or work. i movement suspended j BEIRUT (neuter) The Palestinian resistance move- ment has agreed to suspend all activities from South indefinitely, Arab diplomatic sources said here. They said resistance men have also teen withdrawn from southern Lebanese towns and villages. The step follows intensive consultations involving the Lebanese government and the resistance movement and some other Arab governments. A spokesman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said after the meeting enfed Tues- day that the resistance move- ment would not give Israel any pretext to attack Lebanon "and realize its known ambitions." MONTREAL (CP) Pierre Vallicrcs, Quelxsc nationalist writer, Wednesday received a one-year suspended sentence on three charges ol counselling political kidnap- pings. Mr. Justice Claude Bisson of Court of Queen's Bench set six icnditions Vallieres must abide by for a year. The conditions are: He must keep Ihs peace, maintain good conduct, appear Ijefore the court upon demand, report once a month to police, notify police ol any change of address a: job and refrain from making public attacks of any kind against the court. Both defence lawyer Michel Leclaire and Crown prosecutor Rene Perry suggested to the court tliat Valliorcs had shown he was capable of being reha- bilitated and should be given a suspended sentence. Vallieres pleaded guilty last month to the three charges which arose from a letter he wrote in June, 1968, while in prison. The charges carried a max- imum sentence of 14 years each. DANGEROUS DRIVER Woman hurt j while walking FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- Two Fort Macleod women were involved in an accident as they crossed the intersection of 23rd St. and 2nd Ave. recently. Mrs. Laura Kennedy and Mrs. Katie McGregor were walking northward when a southbound car, after stopping at the sign, fumed to proceed east on 23rd St. Both were taken to the Mac- leod Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Kennedy's condition Is described as "good." Mrs. McGregor was taken to Calgary for further treatment. Prince Igor taste. Prince Igor is vodka Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over has no tonight OTTAWA (CP) Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey snid Wednesday he would give a de- failed accounting of unemploy- ment insurance next week that j could prove the payments are not a disincentive to work. The Progressive Conservative party in its election campaign is inconsistent in saying unem- ployment expenses are "extrav- Mr. Mackasey said "Claude Wagner campaigning In Quebec was telling fish- ermen that there would be an extension of benefits." Mr. Mackasey repeated a charge that Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield "was riding the backs of the poor" by attacking unemployment in- surance. The payments are not much, Mr. Mackasey said, but they allow the unemployed to seek out jobs. He also denied reports last week that he said a million deficit in the unemployment in- surance fund was a "drop in the bucket." "I said it was a 'drop in the bucket' ES compared with the total expenditures of govern- ment." KENTVILLE, N.S. (CP) The greatest danger to public safely is the impaired driver, says Judge Charles T. Lebnm, a provincial magistrate here for 12 years. "A lot" ol liquor put- ets selling alcohol late at night were lax in the amount they sold to individuals who, when :hey left, were unfit to drive, ha said. The judge said alcohol was involved in the greatest number of cases before him. Aid retarded FORT MACLEOD Mountain View Rebckah Lodge here is holding an open tea to aid the Mental Retardation As- sociation. Members of all organizations and the general public is in- j vited to the IOOF Hall Nov. 1 from 2 to 5. The purpose is lo find a spon- soring body here. Millionaire ivants to buy crumbling HOME (Reuter) far the city council has agent lor a United States no reply to Us pro- lionaire who wants to but it seems likely Ital- Rome's crumbling would regard the sale of flew here Wednesday with world's most magnificent 51 million contract to a foreigner as a signed and ready in blow to national Fausta Vital! has been LAST WEEK by Caliiornian Colosseum has already Thomas Merrick, who partially reopened to to lake over the task of since last week's clo- pairing the 1, 900-year-old and the government has phitheatre and reopen it as the city an imme- paying public credit of for re- Merrick, who has been on its east wing. telephone contact with Vital! an Italian who city council from for a real estate Beach, Calif., announced did not say when her plan Monday after meeting with city au- lhat the Colosseum had would be, or if they closed and was in bad reed agreed to see her- said Merrick planned charge entrance fees for tour-iris visiting the arena in Christians were once thrown to the lions. Proceeds be divided between and the Rome council. officials believe it cosl lo repair Ihe Colosseum adequately. Mor- between some of the mas- TORONTO (CP) stone blocks on Ihe up- Karl Jaffary struck tiers has worn away, and i Mayor William Dcnnison on is a danger that they head with a sheaf of hurtle down on the tour- nnd then tussled with him ing The incident occurcd while the Toronto executive joins mittee was considering a i quest by Aid. Jaffary and group John Scwcll that a judicial 1 quiry be held into the (CP) Canada's mittee's recommendation in (he Inter-Ameri- sell a city street to the Institute of Agricultural Bank of will take effect Nov. 4, Mr. Jaffray suddenly department of external af- Aid. David Rotenburg of announced today. ing" in his explanation to ceremony in Washington, council last week about by Canada's per- tions concerning the observer to the Organ- Mr. Dennison rapped on of American Stales, A. table for order, hut before Pick, marked Canada's ac- mayor could say anything, into the institute. fary walked quickly institute is part of the In- him, saying: "You like Family of Organ- lhal, don't you, Mr. a United Nnlioas-lype The alderman hil the of organizations dealing with the papers, Mr. a variety of political, eco- turned to defend himself am and social matters of brief -scuffle concern to countries Mr. Jnffr.iy sudenly the western hemisphere. apologized. "I'm'sory I institute is concerned he raid. 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