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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 LETHBRIDQE HERALD October 5. 1973 News In brief Earthquake shakes Chile SANTIAGO i M'l An earthquake rumhk'il through central ('Ink1 earh todav. causing plaster to fall Irorn walls and knocking out electrical power in parts ol Santiago Chilean authorities >aid no seveic damage or injuries Kcsidents ot Santiago, uhich has a population ol three million, were hesitant to leave I heir homes when lell the demur because ol a nighttime curlew imposed bv the country's new military government Mutiny charges tossed out x KOI the second time, the seci c'tai ies ol the I'mted Sialcs .mm and have decided to Ihnm out mutiny i liarucs against lour arms and marine enlisted men who were war prisoners in North ictnam Pentagon sources i Secreta rv Howard and N.ivv Secrelarv lohn net will cite lack ol evidence the same grounds Inr dismissing earlier charges .iLMinst the two soldiers and liui M I e e1 e d b v t h e n e vv a 11 a w a v a n (I W a r n e r decisions are S Sgts .lames Dalv ol Biooklvn. V and John Young ol Cravslake. Ill Marine S Sgl Uiate ol Santa Kosa. Calil and Marine Pie r e d crick K1 h e r t o I Hrcni wood. N Y 'i lie new actions clear the hooks dl all formal charges agamsl aiiv of the Ameri- cans who returned from Vietnamese captivity earlv ihis sear Violence plagues Argentina Hl'KNOS i Renter) The killing o I t w o policemen machine-gun at- lacks on political and trade union buildings and several Iximb blasts in the last 24 hours have uused I ears ol a Irosh wave ol political vio- lence in I IK reased violence between light and left factions has been leaied since the Sept 2i slawng ol right-wing Peronist lalxir duel Jose Rucci. lor which police blamed the M a r x i .s t P e o p 1 e s Revolutionary. Army lERP) The KRP has denied the c haige (ainmen ambushed and kill- ed the head ol the social assistance department ot Vrgenlina's federal police Thin sdav night Papers compete at UBC V VKR iCPi Dan publisher ol the wcekh newspaper (Jeoigia Sli.nl is awailmg legal opi- nion lodav on whether he can Kike legal action against the 1 ill British Colum- bia s Mater Sociotv S i u h 11 h directed sludcnts 10.- (100 copies ol the paper John ireasuier ol the siudeiH union said the papers weie alter Mr McLeod deposited them on campus for tree distribution The Georgia Strait, the largest underground-type papei in Vancouver nor- mallv costs 25 cents a Mr said The Strait was attempting to compete Idi advertising with The Ibvssev the student nevv- spapei published three limes ,i week In the VMS The I is distributed tree ot barge Medical magazine celebrates LONDON Renter i The w in Id s oldest medical weekh The Lancet. quietU i clcbiated its birthdav dinner at the Royal College nl PluMcmns tonight uas one ol I he lew outward signs ol I he1 occasion Such lovv-kev cclebialmg would have displeased the Lancet s Hambovant founder Thomas VVaklev He began publication bv pirating Ircliu es leading .surgeons ot and mixing in a large ('ose publics He Inughl 10 c.iiirt actions m the hrsi decade1 ol his editorship his c.-nh campaigns seem ahead ol their lime included investigation inh) the' adulleration ol lood and into the health risks of tobacco The Lancet now has its larg- (M-evei circulation more I ban oO 000 thanks largely to its North Vmencan edition introduced in 196ti and which accounted lor more than 22.- circulation last year Vmoiig its more sigmlicanl lusts' The Lancet can cite its repoi Is in Ifi4li on the use ol anesthetics in surgerv and Jo- seph Lisler s lusi account in ot his anliseptie prin- ciples ol treating wounds Episcopal leader chosen (.01 1SVILLK (APi unpiecedented debate Kpiscopalians i conhrmed a Mississippi bishop Rt Rev John as Ihe church's new pi esiding bishop Thursday Hepi esenlatives to the (hurch's governing conven- hon also narrowly turned clow n a debated piopos.d to admit women to the priesthood The dele.it ol the proposal lot women priests marked a setback to the moie liberal elements in the church Some also saw Ihe election ol Hishop as a swing Inward conseivalism However he told the con- vention the church "must pres-s on' in (he same direc- tion ii has been going, although adjustments mav be needed The c-hurc h loi about a dec- ade has been under the liberal leadership ol Presiding Bisbop John K Hines. who guided n into innovative, otten controversial programs ol giants poor minorities lie also had t a v o r c d women s ordination which Bishop has opposed. Bishop was quickly hosen bv his lellow bishops for Ihe lop oil ice in which he will serve lot 12 Carrier arrival disputed VOKOSl'K Japan i Renter i Hundreds ol helmeted Icltwmg radicals demonstrated outside a I mted States Navy base to- dav against the arrival of the attack earner Midway to make Yokosuka its home port The 51 000-ton carrier is ex- pected to operate from the pori lor Ihe next three years or M) primarily monitoring the activities of Soviet navy ships in the area Moie than 1.000 not police sealed oil the base and there were only minor scuffles with (he1 demons! ra tors CAREER WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR required by ASGROW CANADA, LTD. Brooks, Alberta This is a working position responsible for receiving, processing and shipping pea seed, quality control and machinery maintenance. Applicant must have some supervisory experience with an agricultural background and mechanical in- clination preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Full company benefits Reply with full resume including education, experience and salary expected in strict confidence to: C. OLIVER GREEN Box 38 BROOKS, Prisoner says guard beat him Florida Republican admits 'dirty work' W (AP) A resentful Florida Republican he did campaign dirty work last year to give Democrats "a little bit of the medicine had given me in the past lie said he blames Democrats lor impersonating a reporter and lor distributing posters against former representative William Cramer, an un- successful Republican Senate candidate for whom he work- ed m 1970 Robert Benz, 25. said he was siill rankled by thai ex- per.-nce when he agreed to take a SloO-a-month job from Donald Segretli, an under- cover While House agent who hired him and others to dis- rupt Democratic presidential primary campaigns last year Benz testified Thursday at the Senate Watergate com- mittee's hearings Benz said he hired spies, hecklers and pickets, ordered the stink-bombing of two ol Senator Edmund Muskie's campaign posts on primary eve. and ordered mailing ol Ihe "sex letter." which accus- ed Senator Henry Jackson of being a homosexual and said Senator Hubert Humphrey once was found with a prostitute Iclt that if the Democrats Crushed cookies may cost DETROIT (AP) A postal clerk crushed Ann Deve- reaux's cookies with a thump- ing hard stamp, starting a chain of events that's likely to cost the citvof Detroit at least SI.000 Miss Devereaux was mail- ing the box of cookies to a Inend who works at the Mich- igan Court ot Appeals in Lan- sing When the postal clerk slammed the stamp on the package ol frail cookies. Miss Devereaux winced The clerk saw her wince and thought the package must contain a bomb. The package was con- liscated. the bomb squad was called and Miss Devereaux lound herself being whisked into a squad car bound tor po- lice headquarters When the bomb squad open- ed the package and dis- covered only the slightly crumbling cookies, red-faced postal workers and policemen agreed Miss Devereaux should be released But Miss Devereaux press- ed a suit against the city for what she contended was false imprisonment during her ride downtown in the squad car She also claimed that publici- ty over the episode had damaged her chances tor ob- taining a job. Thomas Gallagher, a city government lawyer, recom- mended Thursday that the Detroit common council settle the case out of court with Miss Devereaux for got a little bit ol a dose ol their own type ol activities, then thev would be a little bit reluctant to do this to us in the future." said Benz. a loading- clock loi eman Irom suburban Tampa SERVING TIME CJeorgc Hearing has pleaded giullv to a lederal mis- demeanor count in connection with the sex letter, and is serving a vear s prison term Segretli has pleaded guilty to three such counts and faces a possible maximum sentence ol three years in jail and a 000 line Benz. a reluctant witness, was compelled to testily before Ihe Senate committee under a grant of immunity Irom prosecution His lawyer. Delbert McLaughlm, said also had been granted immunity eai her in rclurn for his grand jurv testimony against Segretti and Hearing Karher Thursday the com- mittee heard Irom another Segretti associate. Martin Douglas Kelly, who repeated- Iv expressed regret for his own campaign of harassment against Democratic presiden- tial contenders Kelly said he placed phonev newspaper and radio ads. hired pickets, disrupted a Muskie news conference, dis- pensed lalsc press releases and phoney campaign leaflets, and once paid a female ac- quaintance ?20 lo strip naked in Ironl ol Muskie's hotel and veil Muskie. I love you." The committee recessed its hearings until next Tuesday, when it plans tentatively to hear Irom two more alleged Republican spies CSA awaits B.C. introduces more farm loans iaw study l.irtlior Q m i 1 1 i n n tn VICTORIA (CP) Agriculture Minister Dave Slupich todav introduced legislation to provide more low-interest loans lor British Columbia farmers He told a news conference the Agricultural Credit Act will establish a million fund lor direct loans to farmers Irom the government and a men determine security' GODERICH. Ont. (CPi Livestock producers were told by Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan Thursday night that their long-term security depends largely on their own efforts to keep feed grain producers happy "I think that everyone recognizes that farmers need decent price for their products or they will simply quit producing. he told the Huron County Federation of Agriculture. A text of his remarks was released in ad- vance of delivery. "That holds true for the farmer who produces feed grains just as much as it holds true for the dairy farmer, the beef feedlot operator, the pork producer and all other farmers." Mr. Whelan said federal feed grain policy is encourag- ing production of grains, es- pecially in western Canada. lurther million to guarantee bank and credit un- ion loans used for agricultural purposes There is also provision in the bill for outright grants to larmers. in the form of dis- counted interest rates or a percentage of interest paid, to encourage experimentation with new devices or techni- ques of farming, the minister said. Mr. Stupich said B C is at last joining the other nine provinces, which all have similar farm credit programs The province now has the Agriculture Land Development Act. recently revamped, which makes loans up to S15.000 at four per cent for land clearing, drainage, fencing and other im- provements. And the federal government's Farm Credit Corp loans up to at a lime, at almost double the ALDA rate, for purchase of farms but Mr Stupich claim- ed these various plans and private loans have left gaps. The new B.C. scheme will cover all other types of farm development such as: purchase of feeder cattle, renovation of old orchards, assistance to young farmers, diversification from gram to livestock in the Peace River area and development of needed specialty crops. Mr. Stupich said the million fund will carry the scheme through this fiscal year until March 31. 1974 and more money will be allotted to it in the spring budget. EDMONTON (CP) The director of membership ser- vice1, for the Civil Service Association of Alberta said to- day his organization does not plan to meet government spokesmen until a study of ar- bitration awards has been studied by CSA lawyers. Walter' Sawadsky of Ed- monton said bis group has been told bv Labor Minister Bert Hohol that the govern- ment is willing to hear grievances of tradesmen con- ducting a rotating strike. "We're delighted to hear that their door is open, but we'd prefer it if their minds arc open as well said Mr Sawadsky, who promised meetings would be arranged as soon as the association had considered all possible op- tions Mr. Hohol said Wednesday in an interview the govern- ment realizes the major reason for picketing of government buildings is dis- satisfaction with job rcclassificalion VOTE "NO" ON DESPAIR GIVE THE UNITED WAY Thanks to you Its working Victim Police recover the body of a man witnesses say was stoned by a band of 40 to 50 black youth's in Boston's Dorchester section Thursday. Police said the man, not im- mediately identified, was attacked while fishing off the Columbia Point low- income housing project. See story Page 1. COALITION LEADER SOUGHT SANTIAGO (Reuteri Troops were reported todav to be mounting a house-to-house search of the Chilean capital lor one of the few leaders of the deposed Popular Unity coalition still at liberty He is Carlos Altamirano. a former senator and secretary- general ol the banned Socialist parly of President Salvador Allendc He is the man mosl wanted by the military junta which toppled more1 lhan three weeks ago Delencc ministry sources said the nuhtan believe they know Altamirano's general whereabouts in Santiago They said the curfew in the capital has been extended bv iwo hours tonight to enable troops to irap him in Ihe house-lo-liouse searches CALGARY (CP) A prisoner at the Calgary Correctional Institute testilied Thursday that he was beaten up by prison guard John Schlegel on the night of July 17 but added under ques- tioning that if he testified in favor of the guard fellow prisoners would likely beat him up. Robert Sims told a commis- sion of inquiry investigating alleged brutality at the Spy Hill Jail that he and three other prisoners Danny Winters, Jack Watson and Gary Spooner were singled out as ringleaders after a dis- turbance in the west wing and beaten up that night. He said he was told to get out of bed by Schlegel. who then hit him with a billy club. "He was hitting me repeated- ly when I was trying to get out ol bed." Sims said later, when he was in a hallway. Schlegel "backed me up against the wall and hit me on the back three or four times He said the next morning he pleaded guilty to causing a disturbance in the jail warden's court and his privileges of using the gym- nasium and reading material were suspended for 30 days However. Sims told the in- quiry, in its third day of public- hearings, that he did not charge Schlegel with beating him in the warden's court that day because "Schlegel was there He said he laid the charge against Schlegel two weeks later after he con- sulted with a John Howard Society worker. NOT A RIOT Gary Ramchuk. a prisoner in the west wing, said the dis- turbance followed arguments over lights and radio The prisoners wanted to leave the lights and radio on longer than the guards allowed. Ramchuk said several Bourassa book gets criticism MONTREAL (CP) Premier Robert Bourassa devoted Thursday to introduc- ing a book rather than Liberal party candidates, but his literary efforts won him no respite from Parti Quebecois election campaign attacks The premier paused on the campaign trail leading to the Oct 29 Quebec general elec- tion to introduce his 123-page book on the James Bay hydroelectric project. James Bay. as the book is ti- tled, immediately drew the ire of lawyers representing native people opposed to the ti-billion project guards armed with billy clubs and one guard armed with a tear gas gun returned to the wing after some prisoners used obscene language and refused to quiet clown. Chretien waits for Act change By STUART LAKE OTTAWA ICP) Indian Al- lairs Minister Jean Chretien said Thursday he is still awaiting the results of a contract he gave Lo Alberta Indian leader Harold Caidinal to outline changes Indians want made in the Indian Act The minister said in an interview that Mr Cardinal promised to finish the job in late August or earlv September "but I have not received a report as yet." Instead, said Mr. Chretien, he has requests from each of the territorial and provincial brotherhoods asking lor millions of dollars in grants "to duplicate the work ol the Alberta association Mr Chretien said that it was his understanding that Mr Cardinal had authority from the National Indian Brotherhood to undertake a survey ol all Canadians as to changes they wanted to see in (he Indian Act The minister said he had hoped lor answers to basic and simple questions." Among the answers the mmibtci seeks is one dealing with the status ol Indian women who marry non- Indians It was the Supreme Court oi Canada hearing last June into appeals by several Indian women who lost their status In such marriages that prompted Mr Cardinal to suggest that the Indians themselves prepare a draft In- d i a n A c t Cuba fishing boat attacked MIAMI Fla Two Cuban lishmg boats have been attacked south oI the Bahamas and their crews are missing. Havana radio reported todax One ot the vessels was burn- ing when discovered Thurs'L1- alternoon and the other was missing, said the broadcast monitored in Miami It said that a note from the Cuban Fishing Institute blam- ed the attacks on counter- i evolutionanes operating from United Stales ternlorv HOTEL PRESENTS A I for 1 DINNER PLUS DANCING from 9 to 1 MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th START! Tomato Juice French Onion Soup Tossed Salad Choice of Dressing ENTREE' Roast Young Tom Turkey- all the trimmings Baked Virginia Ham Roast Baron of Beef Yorkshire Pudding Buttered Peas and Carrots Mashed. Baked, or Oven Brown Potatoes DESSERT Pumpkin Pie or Lime Sherbet Beverage 475 PER COUPLE Reservations Preferred 4th.. 7th 8. phoni 327-3191 ;