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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday. October 11, 1973 News in brief Wobel prizes awarded STOCKHOLM (AP) The 1973 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine was awarded today to two Austrian researchers and one Dutch researcher for dis- coveries concerning behavior patterns. The shared S120.000 bv Karl prize was von Frisch. Viennese-born but working out of Munich. West Germany, Konrad Lorenz who also was born in Vienna but works at the Max Planck Institute in West Germany, and Dutchman Nikolaas Tinbergen who carries out his research at the department of zoology at the University Museum of Oxford, England. Chile recognition opposed VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia's New Democratic Party government has ex- pressed opposition to the federal government's recogni- tion of the new government of Chile. In a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau dated Oct. 5 but released Wednesday, the NDP caucus also asked that Ottawa extend asylum to political refugees of Chile "who are being persecuted for no other reason than that they support free political ex- pression." The letter stated the caucus was dismayed and shocked to hear on Oct. 3 that the federal government had "with inde- cent haste" recognized the military junta that overthrew Salvador Allende's ad- ministration. "We now send this message to communicate to our national government our strongest possible opposition to Canada's recognition of the Chile junta which has so suddenly, viciously and ruthlessly, by force and violence, overthrown the democratically elected government of Chile and replaced it with an oppressive regime Both sides claim victories Aug. 8 "I have no expt-c- lalion of being indicted." Aug. 21 "I will fight to prove my innocence." Win by acclamation SASKATOON ;