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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Locked in coffin with spiked ivalls LONDON (AP) A British] IP said Tuesday he has been informed that a Jewish Russian cicntist was locked in a ce- ment coffin with spiked walls or 20 hours after he protested Moscow's "ransom tux" on So- 'iet Jews seeking to emigrate o Israel. Grcville Janner said the sci- entist, Vladimir Slepak, told lim by telephone from Moscow hat he later spent four days in cell without healing or blan- kels. Janner said he will ask For- eign Secretary Sir Alee Douglas-Home to protest the "callous and inhuman" treat- ment of Slepak by Soviet au- thorities. The MP said he will also re- port io the International Red Cross and oilier organizations "in the hope (hat when the na- ture of this sort of torture is revealed to the world, Soviet authorities will he shamed into discontinuing its use." VISIT HUNGARY During the first six months of 1972, 1.7-million tourists visited Hungary. Juan Peron to return MADRID (AP) Deposed president Juan Peron will defi- nitely return lo Argentina this year, llcclor Campora, a repre- sentative ot the ex-dictator, said here on his return from Buenos Aires. Campora was in Argentina al the head ot a delegation that was reported to hav drawn up final plans for I'eron's return. Peron was overthrown by a military coup in 1955 and has been living in Madrid since 19CO. Campora last Wednesday gave Argentine military gov- ernment authorities a 10-point plan Peron has outlined as the basis for acliievir.g his coun- try's national reconciliation prior to the elections ot 1973. Wednesday, Otlobor II, 1972 THE LETHIB.'.DOI HtRMD 21 China will help reunite families TORONTO (CP) China has promised Canada it will be sympathetic to applications to reunite people in China with (heir relatives here, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp sate] here. Mr. Sharp, who spent a week in China in August to open the Canadian trade fair in Peking, held talks with Premier Chou En-lai and Foreign Minister Chi Pcng-fei. At a fund-raising dinner for Peter Stollery, Liberal federal election candidate in Toronto Spadina which includes China- town and its more than Chinese Canadian residents, he said Chou had a good knowl- edge of Canada. However, Chou thought the United States had won the War of 1812 against Canada. "I told him he should read Canadian textbooks, not Ameri- Mr. Sharp said to an EU- dience of 320 Chinese-Cana- dians. UNDER SO One-third of New Zealand's jobless are under 20 years of age NEW BAND MEMBER Prime Minister Trudeou ploys a flule al the Norfolk County Fair in Simcoe, Ont. He had borrowed the instrument from a member of a school band playing at the fair. Report raps French-Canadian. studies at English universities OTTAWA (CP) French-Ca- nadian studies al English uni- versities in Canada have been labelled a "disgrace" in a re- port issued Tuesday by three Carleton University professors aaxi a former Carleton student. The report, independently compiled by professors Sinclair Robinson, Donald Smith, Robin MaUicws and former Carleton its findings after several months studying the French departments at a number of English universities and two bilingual universities. "The failure of French de- partments in English Canada lo explore, research, and make accessible to students all Patrons of hotel get free movies Infants' Knit Vests Keep baby warm during cold wen- ther wilh Bonnie Brae infants' vesl. EaIon's own brand garment Is re- rearch approved so you're sure of a good quality buy! ForSrel VtoMon rib knit with domed front, no bind sleeves, and fast dry tabs. Sizes 3, 6, 12, 18, 24 months. SPECIAL, each 3 for RTM Receiving Blankets Bonnie Brae receiving blankets of quality cotton flannelelle nre a must for mother and baby I Two blanker sel in playful Turtle 'N' tilings print. Approximately 30" x Packaqe of -I CD 1 2 for 3.09 Contour Crib Sheets Collon flanneleMe slieels have elas- ticized corners and ends a smooth, easy fit. Dainly pastel prints. Turlle 'N' things print, ond white. Approximately 4 CQ SPECIAL, ench I 2 for 3.09 Baby Lounger Allows the one to sit and play eafely. Made of durnble moulded plastic with restraining waist ond crotch strap far added safety. Floral print vinyl pad. White, gold, avo- SPECIAL, each Baby Walker Amuse baby for hours in this sturdy walker table. Vinyl plaslic contour seal is adjustable for height, plas- tic lop has attached colorful play beads. Chromium plaled metal bumper. Folds easily. Yellow, Avo- cado. Q QQ Each Infants' Sleeping Bag Cotton flannelelle sleeping bag has D roomy, box-style botlom. Rib- Vnil trim; front zipper. Prinl on background. Fits CQ 2 Handy Dressing Table Slurdy dressing (able with ihick, plaslic, foam vinyl qyilled top Is a must for busy morml With re- straining strap for safety, and two king size slorage 23.99 to 12 months. Each Drydowni Crib Sheet For tola I proleclion ond greatest comfort! Double textured absorbent cotton flannelette on either side of rubber insert. Machfne washable. While, O OQ Each C.OO 2 4.69 Baby Pants By KICIIAUD ANCO TORONTO (CP) In the comfort of your hotel room, munching on something from room service, you now can watch a first run movie of your choice on your television screen. Toronto is the first city where ilic hti is he ing of- fered, In six Toronto-area hotels, all attached (o Commonwealth Holiday Inns of Canada Ltd., the movies arc free at certain times. The current offerings in- clude Skyjacked, The Gang that Couldn't Shoot Straight, An American in Paris and Good News as well as a special chil- dren's hour of cartoons Friday, Saturday nm! Sunday. The pay-for-yonr-movie sys- lem is being installed by Trans- Communications, a divi- sion of Columbia Pictures In- dustries Inc. Early offerings in- clude Carnal Knowledge, Hur- glars. Dirty Harry and Hob, Carol, Ted and Alice. The free movie is supplied by Itfcf revision, a division of Metro-Goldwyn-M.nyer Inc. It i runs off a casctte machine in- stalled in each hotel and con- nected (o the hotel's TV an- tenna. JUST TURN KNOB AH you have to do is turn to a specified channel on the TV set in your room. The lobby knowledge possible about the culture has been a serious de- said the report. "It is inexcusable that Eng- 1 i s h-Canadlans should be presently almost unable to make serious judgment about the most critical questions of life and culture in Quebec if they depend for their knowl- edge and education upon the French departments of English j Canada." POOR STAFF The report blamed French departments staffed arid admin- istered by "immigrant or Eng- i i lish-Canadion scholars" for the lack of French-Canadian mate- j rial offered at universities. It said these scholars are "too li tile ac qu aintcd wi th French-Canadian culture" and refuse to conslder the Freucii language and literature of Can- ada "as serious areas of study." "In general, French depart- O AQ biiiboarri teiis you showing and the limes. The Trans-World system op- erates from a central city loca- tion and sends the picture by leased telephone lines. The ho- tel guest phones the desk which makes the necessary mechani- cal arrangement. Bill Butters of New York, president of Trans-World, said in an interview his hotel-movie pilot test in Atlanta, Ga., last December lias been so PUCCCSS- ful_one in four guests paid for prepared lo "o. SPECIAL, each Deluxe Jolly Jumper For ages three months 10 walking, Plastic foam-padded saddle for comfort. 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