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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, October 20, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD f Judge orders magazines forfeited EDMONTON (CP) Judge S. V. Legg rejected three pub- lic opinion surveys conducted by the University of Alber- ta and ruled here that 2.B5C books and magazines seized Irom a local store are "hard- core poronography." Falls 19 floors to death NEW YORK (Reuter) A robber fell 19 floors to his death from an apartment in the luxu- rious St. Moritz Hotel after al- legedly taking from his victim whom he beat with a lead pipe, police said today. A toy pistol was still in the dead man's hand after he top- pled to the sidewalk. The victim, 72-year-old Mar- cus Cohen, was treated at hospi- tal where 30 stitches were taken in his head and face. Cohen, who lives in the hotel told police that the unidentified man followed him into the apartment after sticking the gun in his back. Neighbors heard screams and rang alarms to alert hotel secu- rity which frightened the rob- ber, police said. He tried to bal- ance on a window ledge to es- cape through a lower floor po- lice added. Later, a passerby found the money, mostly bills fas- tened with a rubber band, in the street gutter. NEW BAILEY LONDON (CP) Due to a shortage of male ushers for the law courts, the first usherettes have been appointed at the 01( Bailey: Helen Foulser, 63, am Frances Robinson, 46. They are both former Holloway prison of ficers. The JEWELLERY and ACCESSORIES PRESENTS THE FULLY AUTOMATIC WRIST WATCH AT ONLY 34-95 FEATURING 25 jewel Swiss movement Incoblock shock protection Midnight change dale calender Full 12 month international guarantee 9 Sweep second hand Modern styling and color No battery to run down and change. Simply set if ond forget it. It goes on and on Only JEWELLERY and ACCESORIES PLEASANT COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 328-9736 College Moll He ordered the publications forfeited by the store, Pipeline News Ltd. In a 28-page judgment, Judge Lcgg wrole that the paperback- ed bonks and the magazines "in this case are nothing more than hardcore poronography and far the Canadian commun- ity tolerance level." The publications, seized from the store on Aug. 14, 1970, were ordered forfeited under section 150 of the Criminal Code. Un- der this section, no one is pros- ecuted but the material in question is forfeited if the crown satisfies the court that the material is obscene. REJECTS EVIDENCE Judge Legg said he rejected the evidence given in May about three surveys conducted by Dirk Schaeffer and B. W. Thorngate, both assistant pro- fessors at the University of Al- berta. They both testified for the de- fence that the surveys showed Edmontonians are willing to al- low adults to obtain material with a sexual content regard- less of whether they judged the materiel to be obscene. The judge wrote that he was more impressed with the evi- dence of sociologist Earle Sni- der of the University of Alber- ta, a crown witness who criti- cized the surveys as useless be- cause of sampling errors. The surveys conducted by Professors Thorngate and Shaeffer started with 46 photo- graphs of men and women in various stages of undress and in a variety of interaction with their people. These photo- graphs were ranked in degrees of offensiveness by an introduc- tory psychology class. Twelve of the photos were then shown to 35 people, about half of them in a university ex- tension class. In the third survey, telephone calls were made to persons se- lected at random from the city directory. B-E charge dismissed by judge EDMONTON (CP) An Al- erta Supreme Court judge has smissed a charge of break- g, entering and theft against 25-year-old man because of be wording of the indictment. But Mr. Justice Harold Riley entenced Thomas Hamilton to iree years in prison on a large of possession of aken from a safe in the Tiki iki dining lounge on May 10. Mr. Justice Riley said the harge of breaking, entering nd theft against Hamilton lould have included the name the company that runs Tiki Iki, instead of just the words the premises known as Tiki Tki Restaurant." 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"The war fever is very high now between India and Paki- stan and I am going to try to dampen this the 43- year old master of yoga and self-styled peace leader says. "A war between Pakistan and Inuia, even a short one, would be a disaster in terms of human suffering. I don't care about politics. It's the people and the suffering they would have to endure that concerns me." Since embarking Aug. 28 on his peace pilgrimage from Montreal, the swami has vis- ited nearly every major trou- ble spot in the world-Belfast in Northern Ireland, Cairo and Tel Aviv in the Middle East, and now India. The swami, who left India 12 years ago, owns two Yoga health resorts, one near his adopted home of Montreal, AGNEW-SURPASS OLD FASHIONED DAYS WOMEN'S FASHION BOOTS In leather, Vinyl, Suede ond Wet Look. Knee high, ankle and cocktail styles. COMPLETE LINE OF SNOW BOOTS For the family including Snowmo- bile Boots in all sizes. ANNUAL HARVEST SALE FEATUR- ING OLD FASHIONED PRICES. AGNEW-SURPASS Shoe Store College Mall 328-7334 and the other in the Bahamas. He also is the founder of the Trve World Order, which pub- lishes yoga magazines and books. PASSPOBT CANADIAN Armed with an infectious Ituigh, a glib tongue and a wik'ly colored "Planet Earth Passport" designed by Peter Max, the American pop artist, Vishnu spreads the message of peace and love "because people are looking for some- one to bring them together." To be on the safe side, he carries his Canadian passport as well as his "planet earth" one. The swami travels in his own "peace plane" a Iwiirai- gine Apache painted by Max in gay colors, when and where he pleases. His assistant, Burl Jacob- son, 28, of Buffalo, N.Y., is also a student of Vishnu's, along with British actor Peter Sellers and formerly, the Bea- tles. 'Everywhere we go, the reaction is pretty much the the swami says. "First, people are suspicious, then they become friendly." Vishnu, a native of southern Kerala stale, plans to organ- ize a peace march from Arn- ritsar in northwestern India to (lie Pakistani border near La- hore. "I will lead the marchers in my he explains. "They'll be clown below with banners of peace and armed with flowers. We'll have an invasion of flowers, not guns." ANCIENT ART Aboriginal paintings on rocks have been found in several of Ontario's provincial parks. MORTGAGE MONEY to or more Up to 15 year amortization