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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 28.1973 News in brief Police detain kidnapper PAH IS (CP) French police detained Dominican kidnapper Manfredo Cesado Yillar today when he arrived ii e r e h y air I r o in the Dominican Republic by way ot Madrid. A police official stressed that C'asado was not under arrest but was being held pending a decision on whether to allow him to enter France. C'asado, a political exile who had held the Mexican am- bassador's son captive in Santo Domingo earlier this week, was reported holding a new hostage as he flew here Iroin Madrid Boyle shows improvement WASHINGTON Ca- nadian labor leader Marcel Pepin was expected to become president of the World Labor P'ederation (WLF) He was the only candidate Thursday during elections held at the WLF convention here. annual Canadian unity jeopardized for cheap political points Mr. Pepin is president ol the Confederation of National Trade Unions and leader of the Canadian delegation to the convention Ordeal in Chile described MONTREAL (CP) Quebec priests who were in Chile during the military coup earlier this month told Thurs- day ol systematic assassina- tions, spying and Brazilian- trained death squads. Rev Jean Latulippe of Mon- treal. Rev Maurice Hebert of St. Jerome, Que.. and Rev. Patrick Donovan of Beauce County near Quebec City arrived here Thursday from Miami Father Latulippe said he hid out in homes of friends during the first days of the coup. Al- though he personally did not witness any atrocities, he said people he trusted told him of passers-by being searched and summarily executed by police, whole families being shot down by army troops and death squads trained m Brazil roaming the countryside tracking down insurgents. They were to describe their experiences more tully at a news conference todav. MEDICINE HAT (CP) Quebec Progressive Conser- vative MP Claude Wagner charged yesterday that federal Energy Minister Donald Macdonald is jeopar- dizing Canadian unity for the sake of "a few cheap political points." Addressing the annual meeting of the Medicine Hat Federal Progressive Conser- vative Association, Wagner, MP for St. Hyacinthe and Chief Quebec lieutenant to national Tory Leader Robert Stanfield, said he doesn't claim to be an expert on energy matters but he is op- posed in principle to the federal government's un- ilateral imposition of a sur- charge of 40 cents a barrel on Canadian crude oil exports to the United States. In taking that action without consulting the province, Mr. Wagner said, Mr. Macdonald Mine legislation strongly criticized ITT skyscraper bombed NEW YORK (AP A pow- erful explosion early today ripped through offices of the International Telephone and Telegraph Corp (ITT) in a m i d t o n Manhattan skyscraper Authorities said no one was injured and no fire resulted Irom the blast on the ninth floor ol the 41-storey ITT American Building at 437 Madison Ave Meanwhile, in Rome, a small bomb was thrown early today at the office of ITT Stan- dard S A., the Italian sub- sidiary of the United States conglomerate The blast damaged two doors slightly. Police said unidentified per- sons had climbed over an iron fence surrounding the building on the northern edge of Rome. AA UM elects new leader He succeeds Mona Sparling, JASPER. Alta. (CP) J. A Clark, chief administrator of the town of Fort Saskatchewan, was etected Thursday as 1974 president of the Alberta Association of Urban Municipalities. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS 1972 DATSUN 12OO 20000 top of he ecomorny 1967 BUICK WILDCAT 4 door hardtop Outstanding 1MPALA 4 door sedan Very good runn- ing order 1970 DATSUN 510 wner radio, block heater