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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, September 8, W2 41 won't seek new mandate OTTAWA lice task force to foil a black- lailing attempt. When the larp-shooling ordered by chreiber was over both the 19- ear-old girl hostage and her aptor, a bank robber, were ing dead mi the pavement of Iimieh's Pruizregentenstrasse. A in an of medium height with facial resemblance to Kirk ouglas, Hie actor, Scheiber ound himself overnight the tar- et of nationwide protests gainst "police stupidity and aslmess." An avid student of psychol- gy Schreiber was the first Vest German police commis- ioner to put a trained psycholo- ;ist on his staff he countered lat liis decision to shoot, "The [ravest decision in our lad to be respected without Criticism. In a newspaper interview rhortly after the incident ichreiber maintained that a 'nation that remained silent vhen it was dangerous to talk about Nazi crimes should not all into the oilier extreme." Up to Tuesday's tragic events, visitors witnessing the Olympics could well have had. he impression that Schreiber was still subscribing to his "hands in pockets" principles in preserving law and order, few uniformed police marred the atmosphere of Munich's 'serene Olympiad" but it is considered certain that Schreib- approval of all this serenity only with grave misgivings. TOO LATE When he did take Ms hands out of his pockets, after Arab guerrillas had brulally destroy- ed the peace of the game, his reaction was again loo lale or too rash, depending on how one prefers to look at it. One rank- ing police officer in Bonn com- 'I wouldn't want to be in his place he surely tried his best." A sports fan who keeps fit through tennis and swimming, Schreiber regarded the task of policing Munich during the Olympic Games as a high point in his career which began in 1956, after he had studied law. A Munich reporter who saw him Wednesday morning said that Schreiber appeared to him like a "crushed individual." years service, including senior cabinet positions. Liberal Jean- Thomas Richard, MP for Ot- tawa East, and Conservative Douglas Harkness, MP for Cal- gary Centre, were each first elected in ISM5. Mr. Richard is