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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FORECAST HIGH THURSDAY NEAR 55. VOU LXV No. bfal the slopes of Mounl Norquay in Banff National Pork by ikf flying which was introduced about a year ago. Tha unresolved mystery is where was Bruno Engler when he took tlic picture. (CP Wircpholo) Govt. will prison fAPl 'llic first "graduate'' of (lift Yoke. Crest an pii.son without bars, lucks or guards says pressure there wns so great lie was templed to rclurn lo a regular prison lo finish his Lime. "ft was Ilir toughest thing I've ever done in my George llabrow said. ''Now I look back and it's Uie greatest thing in my life." That pressure is what Yoke Crest is all about. Tt's generated by A psychological program that's at work hours n day and stresses peer therapy such as group-encouliter sessions The prison i.s a (Inec-slorcy house in the mithllo of a residential area ;i fev: blocks from downtown Harrisburg. Neighborhood children play in the big yard. Dartiow, :i2, was trnnsfciTcd to Yoke Crest August from a suburban prison where he was serving one lo L'.vo years for conspiracy lo defraud. After a few weeks in Yoke Crest, he uas allowed to for short visits hib family. In December, the help of the he got a job as R driver for a stale cabinet member, returning Lo Yoke Crest after work. Recently, Dahvow allowed lo return perma- nently Lo bis wife and three children in nearby Mc- chanicsburg. He's required to visit Yoke Crest pe- riodically for more Miornpy and he's keeping his chauf- fer job, Dabrow the first .successful milestone of Ihe Yoke Crest idea, Twenty-five conviols ai'c there now. All are in I heir leens or 2us and arc serving tiinc for sutli crimes attempted murder and rape. Yoke CresL cliDO.ies only Ihe fii'bL-offcnder who iL LJiinks can he ichnhiliUilnJ hy the profiram. The cxpL-riinonial prison bc-Ejati operations July mider a non-profit organization called Yoke Crest Inc. OTTAWA fCV) Fitly tup in- ternational businessmen will 1m given background briefings by members of the federal cabinet during a lin'ce-day conference opening here April 17. a govern- ment, spokesman said today. Prime Minister Trudeau and about 20 of his ministers will al- ien (I various sessions in the pov- ernmpnl'.s official conference old downtown railway station now converted to meeting rooms and reception hulls. Wliife Ihe meeting is being ar- ranged hy a private organiza- tion, Business International Ex- cculive Services of New York, the government is facilitating it because of the importance" of the people involved. Tlie meeting was arranged "several months and was not specifically timer! to come on the heels of President Nix- on's visit here, April 13-15. versitv network set OTTAV.'A CCJ'i A for a computer network linking 20 Canadian universities now is being Douplris P.nrkhill, assistant deputy minister of com- munications, said hei'tr. Mr. Parkhill told the Commons transport commil- Ice Ihe pl.'in snon be submilted to the government. lie said the computer network would allow stu- dents at member universities lo gel access to com- puter facilities and informal ion at other universities in the He Mas replying quoshnns dminp discussion ol f.hf ninjn rslimalrs oT fhr dopinlnient for 1072-73. Hie rd driiarlnicnlsl optnnato.s W nnllk'ii and a s.2-1 million loan lo the Canadian Over- seas t'orp. Mr. Pnrkhill said in an interview later that net- vork have to be arranged by the uni- versities as they are. under provincial not federal ju- risdiction. Amonjj the institutions taking part in the study aro (lie univrrsitirs of Quebec, firilish Columbia. Toronlo, Yoi'k, Snyk.ilrhcwjn, Manilolu. Dalhonsic. Me- (Ull, Monlreal, Ollawn. (Jm-cn's, New Rnins- Mirk, Onlano, Walrvlno flii'J OSHAWA, Onl. (CP) Gen- eral Motors of Canada Ltd. said today it will recall about 1972 Vegas, equipped with an optional engine. to correct a possible fire hazard involving the fuel and exhaust systems. The company said owners will he notified of Ihc jio.siblc defect and asked to return the car Lo their dealer for servicing at tlie company's cxpense. A GM spokesman said (lie company "knows of no instance oT failure in Canaria" bnt tvas following a similar move by GM in Ihe Uniled Stales aboul units arc being re- called. Neither is the businessmen's Hireling arranged to coincide, with the impendinc announce- ment of new govcrnrnunL policy governing foreign ownership of Canadian industry, the spokes- man said. No date has been fixed for announcement of that policy, he added. T h e Business International group meets in various coun- tries each year. II met last year in Russia, and last tncl here in The conference is "not partic- ularly" intended (o discuss for- eign ownership, the spokesman said, All aspects of government policy will he discussed. It is an opportunity to de- scribe government policy to a lot of people who should know what iL he snid. At report, the govern- ment's statement of foreign ownership policy was still sub- ject to final drafting. An early draft of the state- ment, which became known as HID Gray report bocmi-se Heve- mie Minister Herb Gray is in charge of its prcparalion, was leaked (o Canadian Forum mag- azine last year. That draft, which since has probably been extensively re- written, proposed lhal: an agency be scl up by (he federal government, lo screen forapu investment for the purpose of seeing that Canadian control is not seriously eroded. The government spokesman iaid today he like In on when the foreipn ownership policy u ill be an- nounced. e TORONTO (C'P) Only llircc Enclfsh-languaRC television sia- lions in Canada have made nr- ranfiemenls lo carry Ihc open- ing games UmigM in lUe. Na- tional Hockey I.oafiile playoffs, a spokesman for MacL.ircn Ad- vertising Co. Ltd. said May. Teti Hough tbe game hc- Iween Toronto Maple Lcals and Boston firuins will lifi shown by CFTO Toronto and CKOC Kitch- ener, Out. Tlic same lieUvcnn Montreal Canadians nnrl York will In1 telecast by CKCF Monlrenl. The llircc tiations arc. afliliatcs ol llic C'l'V network. HP sni'l an arrnHRfmeiil (of IK nnliro CIA' network I" Hi1 Mir roulH nnl IT. worked out o[ the nd- work's instance Ihnt if it car- ries one pame in a series iL tniLst carry all in (lie liest-of-scven series. M a c lj a r c n is prepared tn place only lu-o at a time, he said M a e I- a r e n is prepared lo make (lie panics available tn any television slation in the ccmuli y i( the station can make arrangements (or delivery from the Montreal or Toronto sta- lions. MacLarcn is also atlempling to .set up a national radio net- work, lie said. I'RK.MTKU CASTRO accuses pnlicr MIAMI Prowler Fidel Castro of Cuba, attacked Canadian police today for their "bvulal and Fascist, methods" in i lives a bomb blast wliicli ileMroycd NIC Cuban trade mis.Mon and killed a Cuban official in Montreal. Castro implied the possibility rf reprisals a Rains! Canadian embassy pei-soiinel in Havana. lie accused Montreal police of chopping down doors, "violating and arresting and beating "several nf our com- rades" after the Tuesday explo- sion, Ik- said the police were in league vrith the U.S. Central In- telligence Agency. In a nationwide Havana radio broadcast monitored in Miami, (he Cuban leader warned the Canadian government lhal its own embassy in ttie Cuban capi- tal now enjoys ''no other secu- s out 'ies race Grassy Lake man killed in crash A Grassy Lake man was kill- ed and a Vauxhall man injured in a two-vehicle acidcnt near Coaldalc this morning. Dcr.d is RonaM Eichhorn, 24, In good condition in Coaldalc Community Hospital is Frede- rick Posloloski, 33, who re- ceived superficial injuries in Ihc SG.OOO accident. RCMI3 report Die Posloloski half-Ion irurk and (lie F.ichhorn car v.crc involved in a roar end one mile en.M of Coaldalc on Highway Tlie two men were (lie only persons involved in the acci- dent. Coroner Dr. J. TJ. Morgan Iia3 not decided uhsther an inquest be lielrl. Senator George McfJovern has eslaHislu'd himself as a major contender for (.lie Democratic nomination for Uniled Slnlcs president by st'oriiiR a victory in 9 primary lhal knockrd New York Mayor -Inhn V. Lindsay out ot the race for the White House. The South Dakota senator, making thd breakthrough he had forecast hero, ran Mronqly in both blnt'-collar areas and rural farm rcfrions Tuesday to scvtri of Wisconsin's nine congressional lie won ?1 of the stale's at Ilir Democratic HJI- cunvcntion, increasing his fetal to of lhe convcn- tuin voles, one behind Senalor Ecmwnd Muskie nt Maine. Gov. Gaorgc NVtiHcice of Ala- bama, in another strong show- ing after his Florida primary victory three weeks ago, rode late rural returns into second place liy a marqin over fienator IIuberL Humphrey of Minnesota. Nixon easily won the state's 20 Republican con- Seen and heard Suffer losses TOKYO (Renter) The Jap- anese government and the Hank of Jap.Tii suffered loses total- ling GG2.3 billion yen (S2.8 bil- lion) as a result of Ihe revalua- tion of (ho yen last December, the finance ministry said About town QPTIMISTIC I'rnsrr announcing b e r worn snow boots had given in lo spvivu; and falling apavL Larry Kcinicl; sorrow- fully noting, while polishing liis irolf clubs, lhat bis holi- day schedule wns revised Lyclia wondering why the olticc staff Icfi early on hnckoy telecast, days. LINDSAY out in the cold vonlion delegates in the ficpub- priinai'v, Presidential primaries arc hi'ld in '24 stales and serve to in- dicate Ihe popularity of presi- dential bopc-fnls. Muskie, once overuhelm- ing DcmfKiralic favorite, PiiF- fered another smashing setback with a fourth-place finish and only 10 per cent of the vole. This could cripple his ability to raise funds for crucial primar- ies ahparl in Pennsylvania, Mas- sachusetts and Ohio Sen iilor I le nry Jackson of {irvislicnl tifth in Wis- consin after a third-place finish in Floridn. Lindsay looked ;.t rolurns placing him sbttli after his poor fifth in Florida and f.aul: r'on't think I can honestly deny Ihein. I am vrilhdraMirs as candidalc." SAIGON The North Vietnamese, broadened their of' Tensive in South Vietnam today, opening a new front GO to 75 miles north of Saigon with tank-led infantry assaults, and threatening tlic provincial capi- ta! of Quang Tri in the norlh. The South Vietnamese also re- ported the North Vietnamese sent fighter planes across Ihe so-called demilitar- ized for (fie first, (imc in I be war. Drip.-Gen. Vu Van (iiai com- mander of South Vietnamese forcr-s defending Quant; Tri province1, "lp lu> n pianos hnd Mov. n over Sonfh Vietnam- front-linn positions al Aocidcul virlini dies at Macleod FORT MACLEOD Lydia TJaron, ;17. of Rivrr. rlicd in nf iiijni ir-s Miffercd Snnda> in n liiclr, accident MmuL miles nrft. nf lla on Tuesday. They took no of- fensive actions and dropped no bombs, be said. In Sriigon, however, reliable sources denied Gim's assertion, though acknowledging that MiGs have been sigliterl just haltlr north the zone recently, in their most southerly appearance to dale. The is a six-milc- witlc strip straddling the border of Norlh and South Vielniim. Tlic North Vietnamese attacks now fire spread across three fronts (ho north, (he Snigon ai'CiT and in the central hipli- IfjmK uhcrc North tanl't to uilhin four miles of Kaigon ClUTffAL IN NOinil Of all Iho fronts. Ihnl In tlic north uas the most critical. The North ViolnaiiK'.-iC: sliikiiij; south of Tri and ils n oar by ter in an nllemp! to nil I In1 city, miles south, of Ihe demilitarized ZdUO, F.'ii'ther P'inlh, ffir Nr-i'Mi Vjol- namc-.e defer, Ihc western appronchrs lo the old Imperial capital of line. "This is the derisive )'lT-.Hlf-lll .'111 "I 111'. H Ik'- ch'iin'l in a n.'iliofuudn nnd radio I rail on tjjr in drfend cur roimijy- I call on the people to rlo your b c s f lo Uiu bailie front.'1 Thicu said North Vietnam in- tends (n seize control nf South Vietnam's t w o northernmost provinces in Die name of the Viol Cong's provisional revolu- tionary government, destroy the Viet mi znlion program, and then bargain for a settlement of the war. SKMKS UOMHKJIS MC.'Jnubile, President Nixon- is sending additional bomlierR lo help offset Hanoi's invasion of Soulh but it remains uncertain if Ihe nd- has decided on a o( air rjllru-ks in the North. Al.nut new e.-, indicate, will aug- ment the 80 plus n-fi2.s al- ready ttpornling over Indochina anrl uill IT used (o bomh con- and nIluT m SoDih Vir-iniim. liie ?onc and in AC--J rity than the decency of tliis gnvernmenl.'1 He said, however, that his country "is not. accustomed to taking re'.cnue or vengeance ck'fente'prs people peo- ple who have no direct responsi- bility ihc1 Tlie (virly-njoriiing explosion on 'he top flixir of a Montreal office buiidiii'-' iniurrd n Fpcond Cuban olficial. ,S'.s other Cubans ucrc l.'iti.T v. ith pos- vcapons and interfering; wiiJi thc> investigation of Ihc blapt. Another Cuban was rolonscd Anril fines that fnlK a Sir.d-sy llus vhich arc Mliirh -ITP post- marked ?tlny or will he Iro.'ilu) ,is hilr. and jfd lo -i o five cent ol any taxes full dun on April ;