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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, S.pHmb.r 2, 1972 THE IFTrWRIDGE HEXAlfi 15 Offers reward for inf ormation CHICAGO fAP) An in- vestment banker says he has a purporting to show some of the remains o( the prehistoric Peking Man, missing from China since the Second World War. Christopher Janus offered a reward for information leading to tlxj discovery of the highly-prized fossils aiier a recent trip to China. He said in an interview Thursday that an anonymous New York woman sent him the photo after a series of clandestine communications. An anthropologist at the Field Museum of Natural His- tory studied the photo under magnification and said If the skull is a legitimate it is that of the Peking generic term for a collection of 40 skulls, 150 teeth ar.d nu- merous bones that date man back to two million years. Janus said the woman wants for the fossils if they are authentic, "money should be no prob- lem." LIKE CROWN JEWELS "The Peking Man is liko the crown jewels to the Chi- said Janus who will make a return trip to China in October. "I want to find out if this is a hoax." "If it's not, I want to present those fossils to the Chinese when I return." Janus said he has no way of making contact with the woman. She must make the next move. He said she arranged a meeting with him June 28 at Empire State Building Observatory but departed hurriedly after she noticed an apparent tourist taking pic- Lures in their direction. Janus said that after not hearing from the woman, placed a two-line advertise- ment in the New York Times asking the "Empire State Ob- servatory Woman" to tele- phone him. When she did, two days later, Janus persuaded her to send a copy of the photo- graph in an initial attempt to verify Iter story. The woman told Janus her husband, a U.S. marine in China, left her a footlocker containing the fossils at his death. Janus said he has also learned tliat the fossils wero packed in footlockers and given to marines at the U.S. legation in Peking to protect them from the invading Japa- nese in 1941. The marines and the fossils were captured. DIES OVER LOOKS MEXICO CITY (Heuler) Gloria Garduno, 22, hanged herself here after expensive plastic surgery to improve her looks left her with one nostril bigger than the other. GERRY'S TRADING POST FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. Squeeze Portable Loading Shute Stock Racks FINEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES! WHIIE THEY IASTI CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND Next Departures Sept. 9 and Oct. 7 By deluxa hi way cruitar SEE Disneyland, las Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, Las Vegas, Salt Lake Cily and more. INCLUDES Trampor. laTion, ruflhtly ac- commodation, sight- feeing in all mafor cities Las Vegas bonus Hi neighbor party gnd more. ISCORTED. 15 fun filled As low as 5259 US VEGAS Departing Oct. 23 By deluxe hiway cruiser SEE las Vega i, Reno, Carson City, Lako Tahoe, Vir- ginia City, Hoover Dam, Mormon To- be r node. Salt Lake Cily and J INCLUDES) trans- portal! on, nighlly accommodation. Vegas bonus pack. Tour of ''STRIP" Reno fun pack. Sida trips. Sighlseeing of major attraction! and much more. 9 ESCORTED; 9 fun- filled days As low as 139 For FREE Brochure Coll Your Travel Agent or: TEATIME PROTEST More lhan 65 elderly militants gathered on Vancouver's city hull lawn to protest council's refusal 1o make a grant to continue an Opportunity for Youth service which provides free lifts to those unable to use city buses and too poor to afford taxis. Highivay job goes ahead CALGARY (CP) Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne said here public hearings won't be necessary to discuss con- struction of the Kananaskis Highway. He said in a telephone Inter- view from Edmonton that con- struction will begin this year as a winter works program, adding he has no plans to change design of the road. OBJECT TO SPEED The public was invited to comment on the first 12 miles of the highway which has been IX Lua iHfanvfay >viin-u iiaa i cleared, he said, and about 121 off. submissions were received by the deadline. Most objected to Hie design speed 70 miles an hour. However, he said that driving speeds can be controlled by regulation and a wide shoul- dered road is needed to permit storage of snow moved by ploughs in winter. Plans call for construction of 30 miles of paved highway over the next three years. It will be built initially from the Trans- Canada Highway near Seebe, 50 miles west of Calgary, south to the KananasMs Lakes turn- Plan power line in Crowsnest pass The project was spring because of fal impact studies. F SAND f GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP 4 SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. 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Phono 328-5447 sYjlem Is Incapable of carrying the load. It's expected to reach full capacity within five years. Howard Hughes party leaves Vancouver VANCOUVER (CP) The Howard Hughes party has left the Bayshore Inn where the bil- lionaire had been living since March 14. Mr. Hughes left his suite on the 20th floor of the hotel for Nicaragua Tuesday. Warren Anderson, manager of the hotel, said Friday the rest of the party left Thursday. He said the Hughes part.1: had rented accommodation on a day- to-day basis and he received notice Friday morning that everyone harl gone. Mr. Hughes rente! two entire floors of the Bayshore for a day. The Hughes aides gave no in- dication of their destination. kit's a serious matter to discover you dropped out of school too soon; or you've become a perennial job hopper because you lack education. But there's a solution. Act nowioupgradeyourqualificationsthrougti the Correspondence School Branch, it's [your first step to a happier, more secure 1 future. A Grade Twelve education is the key that opens the door to a wide variety of technical courses, or university. I You can take Elementary and Junior High courses, as well as obtaining your High School Diploma. There are special Adult Upgrading Programs too, for those IS years and over. And textbooks are loaned, to students living in Alberta who are not taking other courses in school. Only Alberta Correspondence School courses are specifically tailored to give you the credits required by the Provincial Department of Education, as well as training -for business and industry. AC5B wants an based on ths Provincial curriculum designated as credit courses by the Oepsrtmbnt.af Education. GOVEHNVEWOF j j- kidding. 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