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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Frldoy, September 4, 1970 THE IETHBR1DOE HERALD 13 One Lover Too Many For Italian Marchese ROME (Reuters) A rich marquis who killed his beau- tiful wile, her young lover and himself with a shotgun here Sunday, kept a record of his wife's love affairs and often paid off her lovers when she ttred of them, police sources said here. The case, thought at first to be a clearcut crime of pas- sion, has made headlines throughout Italy. Marquis Camillo Casatl Stamps di Soncino, 43, re- turned home from hunting Sunday night and shot his 35- year-old wife and her hand- some young friend, Massimo Minorehti, a 25-year-old poli- tical science student. The shooting occurred in the drawing room of his luxury flat near the Villa Borghese Park, just off the Via Veneto. He then turned his 12-gauge shotgun on himself. Friends of the couple said the marquis had known for some time that the marchese and Massimo, one of the younger "swing had been on intimate terms. But he had apparently resigned himself to it. they said. However, police sources said the m a r q u i s's diary showed that he took a more active part in his wife's ad- ventures than the triple mur- der would indicate on the sur- face. The sources said the diary indicated that the marquis did not seem to mind if his wife had lovers in quick suc- cession and that often he, Anna and a third man would spend evenings together. He only became jealous when her relationship with Massimo changed into love, they said. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By MARIE JffiYNKIW Catholic Central High School again the "hallowed halls of learning" resound with the jubilant cries of young voices uplifted in song the merry strains of King Around the Rosy echo in our ears. Outdoors in lush green grass, the 1970 Olympics are begin- ning, the spectacular even now being the ten metre "crawl." This is not life at one of our Jocal kindergartens rather it is life at Catholic Central High School during the week that Seniors enjoy most (and perhaps those in Grade 10 en- joy commonly referred to as 'frosh week' (among otfc- What with tie thrill of Hie big "chariot" race, tie bar- gains of the slave sale on mar- ket day and finally the justice at the "kangaroo court" this year's initiation should be fun for all, as well as being a great way in which to be- come really acquainted with those just entering our high There are many new faces SB tfas school this year, as al- ways. As one hurries through the corridors between classes, nearly getting rammed by someone the size of a Lillipu- tian (invariably one of our eighth graders still so afraid of the consequences of being half minute late for class) our Kowls vanish, as we smile at one of our new citizens, per- haps a student from Raymond, Coaldale or Calgary, or per- baps at a teacher spending his or her first year with us. I sincerely hope each person enjoys the coming school terra and maybe, once in a while learns a little, as well. With the opening of schoo comes the beginning of the ac tivities associated with it: th major one at this time being the football games. With th continued support of fans and the "brains and brawn" of our Cougars and our Bombers we should have a terrific season this year, finishing with th coveted championships in both categories. Perhaps, as we sit diligently "working" away in our often stifling classrooms, some of us think of days to come: other among us, seeing the branches outside the window, are re- minded, of the past summer For most of us, the holiday were a lot of fun and for those fortunate enough to travel an( meet people not only from our district, but from many othe provinces or even countries, i was an experience never to for get. I, along with about ten others from Lethbridge, attended the Summer Music Workshops in Camrose. we were awakened at 7 each morning for Hie month of August ana studied much of the day, th (elections you want and us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Pottage on and under. 1 1. HAND ME DOWN WORLS-Cueu Who 2. CANDIDA-The Dawn 3. SNOW BIRD-Anne Murray J 4. CRACKLIN' ROSIE-Neil Diamond j 5. TEN POUND NOTE-Steel River 6. AS YEARS GO BY-Mathmakhan 7. JULIE DO YOU LOVE ME-Bobby Sherman 8. HIGHER AND HIGHER-Canada GooM 9. TEU IT ALL BROTHERS-K. Rogers and lit Edition 10. PATCHES-Clarence Carter 11. IN THE SUMMERTIME-Mungo Jerry j 12. HI DEHO-Blood Sweat and Tearl COMING EVENTS SEPTEMBER SJnd WHITE HEATHER CONCERT Ticket! On Sale Sept. tth TALENT Rent an instrument for your child Take Advantage of Your School Music Program RENT A SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDOI L NAME ADDRESS FINGER LICKING GOOD Eight-year-old Arthur Bathe, Oshawa finds all those delicious cakes at the Canadian National Exhibition's bake-day contest too tempting to resist. His mother, Mrs. Ian Bathe, seems a little shocked when she realizes what he is doing. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I thought I was strong enough to handle any problem that came my way but I was wrong, Please help me before I lose my mind. Our youngest child is eight. After he was born, my hus- band had an operation so we wouldn't have any more chil- dren. To make a long story short, I am she months preg- nant. My mother-in-law insists the child is not my husband's. I KNOW this is utterly impossible. My doctor lias told us this ia a rare occurrence, but it has happened before. My husband was upset, as you can imagine, but he accepted the doctor's explanation and we never discuss it The real problem is my mother-in-law. Whenever she gets her son alone she riles him up and starts new trouble. She tells him he is big fool, that I most certainly have a lover someplace and he should not let me get away with it. She keeps repeating, "If the operation came 'undone1 why didn't your wife get pregnant This is, of course, a hard question to answer. I love my husband very much, and he loves me, but our marriage Is becoming shaky because of these recurring doubts. Surely, Ann, this has happened to other couples. Please check with your consultants and print something to help me. in Idaho DEAR FAITHFUL: If the spermatic cords were severed, a pregnancy could not possibly result. If the cords were tied, however, the tying might have come undone and conception could have occurred. As to why you did not become preg- nant before, there are at least a dozen reasons all valid. Your doctor can answer this question. Aside from the medical aspects, there's a personal prob- lem here which must be regarded as interference. Your husband should tell his mother promptly that he has accepted the doctor's word and not to bring up the sub- ject again. Drinking may be "in" to the kids you run it can put you "out" for keeps. You can cool it and stay popu- lar. Read "Booze and You For Teen-Agers Only." Send 33 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes 'Well, if you get your head stuck in and we have to buy U, that one isn't too bad." WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST DENTAL RECEPTIONIST PRACTICAL NURSING This is o home study courts which can be completed In 16 weeks. High School Diploma not necessary to qua- lify. Training need not interfere with present employment. Out of town enquiries welcome. WRITE GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. Reply to Box 54, Lethbridge Herald. Holiday Ahead Stock Up Now! This Week's Features at Safeway sst'd Bars Fruit Juice Ice Cream Lowney's T.V. bar Lalani Pineapple from Hawaii 48 fl. oz. tin Snow Star Vanilla, Neapolitan, Strawberry or Chocolate 6 Pint Carton.............each Empress 44 fl. oz. bottle ........each Peanut Butter I-29 Jelly Powder ea Bags ugar Casino Economy Blend 100 bag pkg. Alberta fine granulated resh Buns Bel Air Frozen Concentrate, pink or reg. 6 fl. oz. tins.......... Skylark, Hamburger or Hot Dog. Pkg. of 12.......... BP Paarhoc ?7C I VUVIIVO Domestic Grade Ib f Bi Po.fii'c canadn wCII V Bartletts 18 Ib. case %J B.C. Fresh Canada Domestic rune Plums 2 4Sr 329 O 21 IfC or Club' Canada Choice, 1 "V V IVCIHO Canada Good Beef Ib. C Chuck or Round Bone, Canada Choice, llUCIOLd Canada Good Beef !b, J II __Olympic Brand, Cooked 4 CQ I 5H1H.OI1 Lean and Boneless I .UU UallllCU ndlll Pound tin each 1 Map'e Leaf, Smoked Part skinned, whole, half or quarters Prices effective until Closing Sat., Sept. 5th We reserve the right to limit quantities SAFEWAY CANADA ;