Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Each sale priced! 4-PIECE "MEDALLION" BATH SETS Setincludeshandy waste basto, facial tissue dispenser, toilet bowl blush and b rush holder. Plastic in pink, white, gold or green. L ANTIQUE "GOLD' MIRROR Ideal (or hall, bedroom, living room! Elegant sculptured Irame in antique "sola1" finish. Size 17" x 24" ...Satisfaction _Quaranfceed! locoted in Zcller1! Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrr.th Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Here's how the drama unfolded Zeller's exclusive "Zeller Crest" snowy-white sheets slips of 100% cotton- SINGLE FLAT MUNICH (Router) This is how the drama of the Pal- estine guerrilla attack on the Israeli Olympic team un- folded ui Munich. All limes local. Tuesday, Sept. 5 6 commandos of Hie Black September guer- rilla organization storm into the Israeli building at (ha Olympic Village, killing two Israeli members and holding nine as hostages. They de- mand the release ot 200 Pale- stinian prisoners held in Is- rael and safe conduct out of West Germany. move in around the buildjig and marksmen take up positions on the rooftops. The Munich police chief and Olympic vil- lage "mayor" Waller Troeger open negotiations with the Arabs. Interior Minister Hans-Dieter Genscher as- sumes over-all control. 11 first deadline expires uneventfully as negotiations continue. is brought to the guerrillas. A figure in a white floppy hat collects the food packages. 2 deadline ex- pires. West Germany's sec- ond television channel sus- pends programs so as to cut off guerrilla contract with out- side world. A virtual news blackout is Imposed. Police Chief Manfred Schreiber tells his marksmen to shoot down the guerrillas if they get a chance. German Chancellor Willy Brandt flies in to assess the situation. mystery ex- plosion echoes through the Olympic Village. Helicopter lands and takes off again without explanation. spokes- man announces deadline put back to 5 p.m. G Olympic swim ming boro Mark Spitz, who is Jewish, files out secretly. Troe- ger and Sehreiber visit Is- raeli quarters for talks with guerrillas. p, m Brandt announces on tele- vision that leading West Ger- man politicians had offered themselves in exchange for (he hostages, but that offer was rejected. 8 sealed off, but order lifted after 45 min- utes. media- tor tells guerrillas West Ger- many will pay any price to save Israelis' lives. But guer- rillas' is un they care for neither money nor lives, helicopters land in Olympic Village. 10 carries guer rillas and hostages to three vailing military helicopters. helicopter vith hostages takes off. Oth- TS follow at two minute in- ervals. and lostages arrive at FuoTstenfeldbrueck airport jnd immediately a gunbattle starts between guerrillas and police. Police chief says guer- rillas opened fire but this U contradicted later. Munich po- ice officer says all hostages have been released following gun battle and four guerrillas captured. Airfield officials ssy one guerrilla escaped and some people were wounded. But doubt still persists on fate of hostages. at airport say sharpshooters opened fire on guerrillas as Ihey were escorting hostages to a waiting Lufthansa Boeing. Interior Minister Gensclier then orders total news blackout on airport shooting. Wednesday, Sept. 6 report- ers at airfield say gunbattlo there still continuing after midnight, wilh column of ar- mored cars entering airport at around the same time. Is over and two Arabs trying to escape from airport have been captured, says an Olym- pics press official quoting Ba- varian interior ministry re- port from the airfield. nine hos- tages killed and also a police- man, official military spokes- man says. Inte- rior Minister Bruno Morck says four guerrillas also dead alongside all the hostages- then says there is a "remote possibility" that one or two hostages may have survived. He expresses official regret that attempt to rescue hos- tages failed and says Munich Police Chief Schreiber gave order to open fire. press chief says Arabs blew up helicopter with hostages in- side and then opened fire on wreckage with sub-machine- guns. say one woman was among the bodies and that one of the West Gorman helicopter pi- lots fell to the ground when caught in police and guerrilla crossfire during gunbattle. Another pilot escaped and people fled in all directions, they add. They also say that police brought one of the guer- rillas who was covered in dirt and the airfield in a police car and long lines of police vehicles had begun streaming away from the air- port as the drama there ended. Handbook revised for Boy Scouts By JULES I.OH WASHINGTON (AP) For the first time in its 61-year his tory, the official handbook of the Boy Scouts of America has been completely revised. The new version reflects an America short on wilderness if not on innocence. The old post- ers that said scouting is fun still hold true. As the new handbook promises in the style that characterizes its tone: "Man, Scouting is a At first glance inside (he new book, however, it would seem that Hide girls of today arc go- ing to have to fend for them- selves when mad dogs lurk and old ladies will have to get across the street as best they can. Gone are both those in- spirational line drawings of the original handbook. The new handbook's un- mineed pi-escription for scout- like bel-wior: "Don't be a wise guy or a loudmouth." The revised handbook, wh'ch appeared Sept. 1, faces up lo changes that bave swept the U.S. in the last half century. It still teaches, for example, how to deal with and a ratbite. It also includes an eight-page section on drug abuse. Sections on tracking, ing, starting fires with flint and steel, frostbite, fits, con stipation, edible plants, heat ex haustion and sunstroke all have disappeared from the manual. HIKE SCENE CHANGES That doesn't mean that hik ing and camping have gone the way of the Scout shoe tha also appeared in the origina edition. On the contrary, hiking ha been expanded to include hikes in the city: One illustration ti tied "Watch for landmarks' shows a lamppost at the come f 112th and Main. Interesting ildlife to identify along the ray: Starlings, cockroaches, .ouse mice and pigeons. As for outdoor cooking, the 911 handbook conceded that 'amaleur biscuits are not con- lucive to good digestion or hap- piness" but it did include direc- ions on how to make pancakes. ?o docs the new book: "Mix latter according lo instructions an the ready-mixed package." Hygiene has changed as well, mri not necessarily to the Might of a boy. Bathing, for n.stance, now is recommended daily instead of twice a week. On the other hand, "Keep your ingernails neatly trimmed and clean" suffices for what earlier vas a 200-word essay including he observation: "Biting the nails is a filthy practice and mutilates the fingers dread- fully." What it a city hiker gets lost? Does he break out his Scout compass? Signal with his Scout whistle? Neither. He looks for a cop. Anil what it he has lo Yes, that is covered too: "Carry an emergency dime with you at all times." MULTICULTURAL PROGRAM MONTREAL (CP) The Na- tional Film Board of Canada, in co-operation with the depart- ment of the secretary of stale, will impleir.V it a rmillicuHural program during the next four years aimed at acquainting Canada's ethnic groups with NFB movie1} in their own lan- guage. The board, in addition to English and French produc- tions, makes versions of many of its prints in more than 40 languages. Its new program will concentrate on a large-scale dis- tribution plan directed at the ethnic population in Canada.