Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2S THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Thumtay, Ottober I, 1970 Diefenhaker Talks Where Angels Fear To Tread OTTAWA (CP) The Com mons was silent about th James Cross kidnappin Wednesday until John Diefenba ker Albert) strod in, where, as he put it, "angels fear to tread." With the 40-minute question period nearly over, and the sub ject avoided, Mr. Diefenbake drew attention to "the silenc here today about a matter o interest to Canadians every where." He asked whether the .govern ment's silence meant there was hope for the survival of th British trade commissioner. "Yes, Mr. Speaker, hope stil Prime Minister Tru deau replied. "Hope is eternal in the human Mr. Diefenbaker con tinued, asking the prime minis ter to be a little more specific. Mr. Trudeau said he cou'id' add anything useful. MENTIONS REWARD Mr. Diefenbaker askec whether Mr. Trudeau realizec that a number of Toronto bus! Police Guard Home LONDON CAP) Scotland Yard today guarded the London home of the judge in. the "mur- der trial without a body" after an anonymous telephone caller threatened to kill his wife. The threat was telephoned to the Old Bailey court Tuesday as the judge, Sir Sebag Shaw, was sentencing too West Indian brothers, Arthur and Nizamo- deen Hosein, to life imprison- ment for the Kdnap-murder of Muriel McKay. Anonymous callers also threatened the 63-year-old judge during the trial. Mrs. McKay, wife of wealthy newspaper executive, vanished from her home Dec. 29. She was never found, but the prosecution charged the broth- ers killed her after demanding million in ransom. Mrs. McKay's husband is dep- uty chairman of the News of the World. Police contended that the kidnappers Intended to take the wife of the paper's chair- man, Rupert Murdoch, but got Mrs. McKay by mistake. Women To Curl FERNffi (HNS) Women curlers are requested to regis- ter as soon as possible as the executive hopes to have, every- thing ready to go by the time the ice is ready. Lorraine Irwin, local curler, has agreed to act as registrar, she can be contacted at Lowe's Agencies Ltd. Assistant registrars are Peachy Key and Miss M. Lis- ner who may be contacted by TRUMPET RENTALS PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. ]3th St. S. Phone 327-1056 nessmen, "in view of the fallur of the government to provide were putting i "I'm not quite sure whethe the reward is for delivery of th abductors or the Mr Trudeau said. Mr. Diefenbaker accused Mr of being facetious. A rewar would work. Mr. Trudeau said that if Mr Diefenbaker couldn't supply de- tails, he evidently hadn't give it much thought. "The facetious manner which he beats this House Commons indicates he has complete contempt for it, stormed Mr. Diefenbaker. Calgarian Heads Probe On Pipeline CALGARY G. Kurd of Calgary has been appointee manager of the Northwest Pro ject Study Group which is in vestigatfflg the feasibility of mile natural gas pipelin from Alaska to the United States midwest. The million study is ex pected to take more than a yeai :p complete and will investigat financing and economic feasibi ty, gas reserves and.avaiiabi ity, engineering and ecologica effects of a pipeline. Mr. Hurd, 42, is a former vice- iresident of Alberta and South ern Gas Co. Ltd. and has 1 years experience in design, con struction and operation of gas transmission systems in Can ada. Projected cost of the pipeline which would start at the Alas tan north slope, pass througi he Northwest Territories an inally across lie prairies, million. Companies involved in the study are Atlantic Richfield lumble Oil and Kefining, Stan dard Oil TransCanada Pipelines Ltd., Michigan Wis consin Pipeline and Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America. Drug Problem Not Serious At Banff BANFF as soeiated with" drug use las summer were not serious, 3anff Drug Information anc Crisis Centre said in a repor on operations. About 70 cases involving irugs were handled by the cen re between June 19 and its losing in mid-September witi iye of the cases requiring hos >ital treatment. Almost everj ind of drug was available in varying quantities during the summer. Eric Szentgrothy, eo ordin itor for the centre, said al hough few difficulties were en countered intelligent planning s needed to prevent problems n the future. FEED The greatest demand on the centre came from mostly youths who passed hrough on the Trans Canada food. "We managed to feed at leasl ,000 kids during the summer." Mr. Szentgrothy said long- ange effects of the centre vould be hard to assess, bul Oiue impact was made on skep- ical attitudes by town residents Ithough only 25 adults came to he centre for information dur- ing the summer. WE HAVE MOVED! 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