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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday. Oclober 14, 1972 THI IETHBJIIDGI HERAID 7 Three charged with abduction SALERNO, Holy (Renter) A Quebec youth and two young Americans were in prison today charged with abducting a mi- nor with her of- fence under Italian law which in case of a parental complaint anyone influencing her where- abouts can accused of ab- ciuclion. Tlic Canadian and U.S. con- sulates in Italy arc carries a possible two-year vostigating the alleged abclui prison sentence. The three, named by police as David Murray, 19, a student from Quebec; Jeffrey Green- berg, 23, a teacher from Brooklyn; and Luis Eric Mills, 20, a student from San Fran- cisco, were arrested Thursday in the villa on the Arnalfi coast owned by American actor Wil- liam Derger. Police said (hey had invited a 15-year-old Italian girl, whose name was not released, lo the villa, and were found talking her in one of the rooms Several hurl in bank blast NETANYA, Israel (Renter) Several persons were injurci when an explosive charge went off in a bank building in Ihi diamond cutting centre todis A police spokesman said th blast ocurrrjcl on the ground floor of the Workers' Bank h when it was raided. Berger was this coastal (own, about t not present at the time. miles north of Tel Aviv. Police said that the girl's Asian immigrants healthy 01TAWA Ugandan Asians coming lo Canada arc both mentally and physically healthy, a memljcr of the Cana- dian medical screening team working in Kampala said Fri- Gcorge Graham conference that told a to his knowledge none of the prospec- new immigrants to Can- recently ousted from the country by President Idi Amin, has been refused visas on medi- cal grounds. He has spent the last two weeks working as a medical es- variety of medical he said. "For example they wouldn't take a woman ncaring the end of a pregnancy. These flights are long and there is no disembarking." Of all the countries helping to cvaciwtc the Asians, Canada has the second largest medical and immigration facilities in Kampala, next to those of Brit- ain. Australia has also set up facilities. Those of the United States, which has agreed to ao cort to Canada, Asians travelling to and returned early parents In Rome had reported her disappearance. Under Italian a girl un- der 10 is not considered legaly responsible for her actions, and Police charge estimated that the weighed about one pound and was equipped with a delaying device. About 100 per- sons were detained for ques- tioning. GOOD FOOD FINE ART QUICK CHANGE 306 13th St. North SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUSAN TAIKS WITH HER HANDS Susan BerlolomeJ of Ukiah, Calif., who m 1967 was shot five times in the head by two men who also killed her boyfriend ond dumped their bodies in a ravine near Sonsra, is shown in her home while still recover- ing from ihe ordeal. Susan can't walk or talk and can't see well or hear well eilher, but visitors say she does communicate with her smife ond is proud of the fact that she has learned lo talk her hands, left. (AP Wirephoto) Foster child care program recommended for Indians CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "RYAN'S DAUGHTER" In Metrocolor. Starring Robert Mitchum, Trevor Howard, Sarah Miles and John Mills. Satin-day. October 14. One show only at p.m. Not Suitable for Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WAR BETWEEN MAN AND WOMAN" In color. Star- ring Jack Lemmon and Barbara Han-is. Saturday, Ociob- ber H. Shows .it and p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "JOE K1DD'1 in Technicolor. Starring Clint Enslsvcod. Saturday, Octciber 14. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. Sunday, October 15 at p.m. "LADY IN CEMENT" In color. Starring Frank Sinatra and Raquel Welch. Adult Not Suitable for Children. TABER Tower Theatre "SILENT RUNNIN'G'' In Technicolor. An incredible adventure that journeys beyond imagination! Sat- urday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, October 14, 15, 16 and 17. Saturday shows at and p.m. Sunday at p.m. Family. EDMONTON (CP) A foster child care program designed specially for Indians was rec- ommended today to the Alber- ta government. A committee report says the number of Indian and Metis children under fo.ster cnrc has reached "a serious level." par- ticularly in northern Alberta. 8.360 in the program were In- dians or Metis, and in some areas, particularly Lac La Biche, 95 per cent of the chil- dren in care were Indian or Metis. It recommended that large Indian reserves establish mul- ti-service centres that would be manned by trained native work- ers to solve the problems of Friday morning with the most recent planeload. The immigra- tion department says there now are about 837 Ugandan Asians in Canada. To meet the immediate need for processing the immigrants, ttie government sent a special team of between 15 and 20 med- ical personnel to Kampala, in- cluding six medical officers and an array of x-ray technicians and laboratory experts. Twelve hundred Asians have been processed so far, Dr. Gra- ham said, at an average rate of 200 a day. He expressed optim- ism that those who have ap- plied to Canada could IKS proc- essed by the Nov. 8 deadline set by Gen. Amin. HOPED FOR EXTENSION Many of the Asians, he said, possibility for an extension or exemption from the deadline, he said, the flow of refugees is beginning to increase. The Ugandans undergo x-rays and laboratory tests as well as a general checkup. Thcy are receiving immunization shots for yellow fever, cholera and smallpox, Dr. Graham said, and there is "very little evi- dence of the presence of tro- pical diseases." Dr. R. W. HoberLson, director of the overseas branch of "stateless1; refugew, government's medical services 1 said medical experts are pro- vided on all the flights because Lhey are charier flights Iwtwecn 21 and 30 hours, thus increasing the risk of illness on board. "Commercial flights would refuse to fly some people on a have not vet moved in. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7744 lelMirMn- PHILIPS "The People Who Take Time lo BuiltJ Bejl" you the fincil in Stereo cnli now available ah JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13lh St. N. Phone 327-4979 elude authority of a social worker. Those "aides should be i hesitated to for imrnigra- able to place children in need t; h u deadline in homes on the reserves as I ,d Now that a temporary solution, and as-1 thcy reaiize that there is sistance could he obtained- from regional offices anent homes. to find perm- Many of the prohlems asso-lthe various reserves. ciatcd with placing Indian chil- dren in foster homes results from lack of understanding and inexperience by social workers, it said. Judge A. P. Calonio's three- member committee appointed in 1971 by the Social Credit government to investigate ex- i.'ting facilities and programs of the Crete- care program, found that 3.085 children out of Group homes on or near re- serves could solve part of the difficulty, the report said, with welfare aides that are on sev- eral of the reserves util- ized for their experience and knowledge of local areas. The aides could be given cer- tain responsibilities prior to or at the lime of apprehension of native children. That could in- GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Annual Ocfoberfesf and Eisbein Supper OCTOBER 21 GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB SUPPER 8 P.M. DANCE 9 P.M. Tickets in advance only ar Country Sausage Shop Northside Bakery Norbridge Meats PER PERSON BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no Bingo called after 55 W6 will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS CUS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for EIKS ond INVITED GUESTS In CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, OCT. 14 THE SEVEN PLAYBOYS Today's Shbwtimes ARAMOUNT aturday hort Subjects The New Centurians" ,ast Complete Show Restricted Adult Entertainment unday hort Subjects 'The New Centurians" )ne Complete Show Restricted Adult Entertainment 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA ADULT SKATING CLASSES CO-SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE AND LETHBRIDGE FIGURE SKATING CLUB (FIGURE SKATES NOT REQUIRED) The program will consist of len (10) hour sessions, with daises lor beginners, and ihose wish to learn all of bask skating. There will also be instruction for thoie wishing lo learn Ihe basics of figure scaling ond ice dancing. Professional instruction will be provided by the Lerhbridge Figure Skating Club. WHERE? Adams Park Ico Contra WHEN? Wednesday evenings from p.m. com- mencing Oclober 18, 1972 and continuing Ihraugh to December 20, 1972. REGISTRATION? Registration for the above program will bo taken on tho night of the first class, Wednesday, October 18, 5972 from to p.m. ol the Adams Park Ice Centre. .The registration foe will be per person for ten (10) sessions. For further information, please contact (ha Community Services Department Office at 328-2341 Ext. 236 or 328-7146 LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT TONITE SATURDAY "TAMARAX" Members and Invited Guests! Saturday Short Sub, ibjects Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment Sunday Short Subjects Butterflies are One Complete Show Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects The Revengers" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment Sunday "Legend of Black Charlie" "Possessions of Joe Delaney1 One Complete Show N.B. This Double Fealur Starts at p.m. Restricted Adult Entertainment. GREEN' ACRES DRIVE IN Salnrflay and Sunday "Doctor No" "From Russia With Love'1 One Complete Show Adult Entertainment Minister fined MAIDENHEAD, E n f, land f Minister Mi- chael Hescltine fined (about S-S8) for driving at 100 m'les an hour ou the niolonvay ic inaugurated last Decemlwr. MORE INSECTS Insects outnumber people on earth about half a million to one. G-R-R-R-R The PUSSY CAST STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT 5 P.M. Somebody warn theASfesk Nigger Charley ain't running no more. RESTRICTED ADULT AND HER ARE COMING TO THE "YATES" WATCH FOR NEXT SATURDAY'S "HERALD" "The legend of NIGGER CHAJRLEY" Fred Williamson DTJrville Martin Don Pedro Colley WARNING Language used may be objectionable to some! I SECOND FEATURE I Paramount Pictures presents An fTC Production SHIRLEY MacLAINE OF JOEL DELANEY" Color A Paramount 3uests! A A s JAMES BOND SEAN CONNECT M JAMES BOND.i TRUM KUSSiA WITH ;