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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FORECAST HIGH WEDNESDAY 45-50 TWO SECTIONS 18 1'AGICS I'lUCK NOT OVl'.R 10 UKNTh ALBERTA, TUESDAY. APRIL 11, City goes it alone on west side project Uy KlCIUnn DUHKi; Herald SlaTf Writer The will go it alone. That, was (he decision of city council Monday night oti Lhc approach Lo developing west Lcthbridgc. As a result. Car ma Develop- ers and Engineered Buildings Lid., of Calgary, will be advised (hat neither of llieir proposals is acceptable. No del ails of how the city develop llic west .side v, ere mentioned, Hem over, I he administration w a b instructed lo give "first, priority to re- viewing true! ion. MONTREAL CCP) All charges were dropped today apainst FIX Cubans arrested a week ago when a bomb shat- tered offices of the Cuban trade commission in Montreal. The Cubans, employees of the trade commission, were charged after interfering with P 4 trade commission offices when they went there to investigate Uie bombing. The offices, on the top floor of B 12-slorcy building in north-end Montreal, were ripped apart by the blast. Guard Sergio Perez, 25, bled lo death as a result nf cuts received from broken TOP OSCAR WINNERS Gene Hackman leans over lo kiss Jane Fondo afler they were named "besl actor" and "best actress" al ihe 44lh annual Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles Monday night. (AP Wirephoto) Cream crop honored ff. HOLLYWOOD fAP1 The French Connection. 3 modern thriller about New York police chas- ing narcotics has won the Oscar race with five Academy Awards, Including best picture of (lie year. The '.lar of. Hie film, Gene Hackman. won Hie best actor award. William Friedkin, the film's director, re- ceived Die director Oscar. ,Ianc Fonila won Ihe gold placed statuette for best dross as Ihc cynical call-girl of Klulc. To prepare fur thu role, she disclosed she had zppul n mnnlli living vilh nrosliiulcs ?nd call girls In New Yoik- f'iiy. Honors for plir.Tvs m Monday movie acadnny pvesrnlalirms wer.l to ncn John- son and Cloris l.c-iicliiiirm of Tlie Last I'icllire Show. Jnlmstin played pool ic-housp cafo pi n- priclor and central dlijen of a small, dusty Texas town. I.cacliman porlrayc.d the sex-starved, un- (ailhful "iff of Ihc hicli school football coach. The. emotional ]ii at for a finery-spangled audience ef 2.WO in Ilie Music Centre Pavilion came, nilh Ilie appearance v.hitcbriirrd Charlie. Chaplin lo rcccivu an Iioiiorary Oscar an'i a slanding, roaring ovalion. "Words arc so fnlilc, so feeble." he s.aid io ,1 hal'- Ing, shallmv voice after acknowledging (he. long ova- tion with waves .smiles, Ihrown kisses and sfigbt "I can only Kay Iliank you for (he honor of invil- (jlg me here. You're wonderful, people." Master of ceremonies .lack Lemmon handed him a Chaplinesqim ran ainl liowlcr. the hat. falling off Ins head as Uinplin did a cnmic gesture vsilh it. The romrdbn'-> v.n> iionn .-ind nf the show gathered around him ,ir, Hie (ircheslia playrrl n Chaplin soup, Smile. Amorv; loading for Fiddler on HIP Roof von ihre? [or cinematography, sound and scoring. ,'nul Alexandra for cc-sliuuo dc- Eign, art iliretlum and .sel decoration. Xormrui is'in, a native of Toronto, llic pro- ducer of Fldrlli i' on Ihr Hoof. Aii'illicr jn'oinincnt at UK: ceremony was a dor Donalrl Sn'iicrl-ind. a nnluv "f Saint -John. K.B., MllO aridinpMimd Mr; j-'ullda. Yabloiiski case woman to scjiieal WASHINGTON', F'a. (EPi Anctlo (iillv. accused in the Va- blonskl family slayings, pleaded guilly loday to three counts of jiiurcler and one couil' nf con- spivacy in Bxchanpc -.'or a pvps- ccution promise not to tho dealh penalty. Mrs. Gilly, 31, of Cleveland previously liad pleaded not Ruilty to the charges rcsiiltinR from Ilio murders more than years apo of United Mine Workers efficinl Joseph fJock) Yablonski anrl his wife and There Mere ncus vcck (hat Mrs. Gilly was ex- pected to plead guilty and lurn slate's evidence apiinsi her father, Silnus IM re tired coal miner ami tm'mer I'.MW official frcnv. LaFolctlc, Tcnii.. who is scheduled lo rjn (rial for Ihe killings ueek, Sources close lu Ihc case said Mrs. Gilly discussed Ihe slay- ings in dclad while in Philadel- phia recently, and signed a statement two other persons in ilic criiiK1. Mrs. Gilly is one of five per- sons in custody in Ihe so far. Resides her husband mid father, the others include An- bran W. (Buddy') Marin. c o n v i c. t e. d and sentenced (o dealh last [all, and Claude K. Vealey, 2S. who pleaded gnilly and turned slate's evidence last Fnniinor. Vealey's testimony lhat Marhn ami Gilly were convicted. Gilly was tried, fniinrl guilty and sen- lenccd In the elcclric chair lliis year. Seen and heard CHARLIE CHAPLIN RECEIVED OSCAR About town i s in: it M A x mn yai- cniicv, receiving cfjuipmcnl as a pomg-nway pift from eily hall, sayinp llv fact that Die si ream behind his new home is closed for Ihc season presents nit prob- lem as a forest varden has lo lest Ihe quality of the fish periodically 1'irk uondcnnK whul the new psychrdelic C'okn'CfJ and clrivers1 uniforms v, ill do lo the c i I y s coiNcn a- miapn ftiil Shirh-v qucslioning the v.ilicfity of Ihe prefix Nalinna) in Ihe Na- lional Ilrjckey Ttlorc smallpox BELGRADE fAP) Seven new sm.'illpox cases were re- ported in cnslern ia on Monday, Inil fcderrd hcrdth au- l hori I ios said I lie re were MI (Icallis The dealh loll Miiallpcix rem.'iins al n.l, iitnl Ihn MOW cases hruic; Iho til patioiil.1; lo 4 blast that resulted in Ihc Thc b o m b i n p. 1 Li' i riealh of a Cuban guard. linked lo a Miami based Cuban i n A Cuban claim that the six exile group called Youim Cuba, B nationals were entitled [o riiplo sparked align- accusations bv matic immunity resulted in Premier Fidel' Castro that Mont- courts, Fchuols offices and Hydro-Quebec facilities today al some temporary confusion i n- 7eal police used "brutal and ot tlic province's volvmg Montreal police, the cist methods" in their investiga- general public a "B Quebec justice department and [ion. in Iwo (fhTTO H C' the federal external affairs dc- OTTAWA many, includinp partmenl. Tho Canadian government; tlie silualion was The six were charged with ob- subsequently apoloeized for- JliJIlliSs sfnieUr.g Tlv.-ee. also rnally for it sairl was the as an estimated 2 Hi .WO employees began whal has were charged with illegal pos- "iulrusion" of Montreal police an indefinite 1 SP session of firearms. Inlo the trade commission, thc M In municipal court today, across Ihe cily from Ihe down- of Judge Paul Champagne was town Cuban consulate. around norlh end ICI'i Jobless Hq- asked lo drop all charges at the Jerome Choquelle, Quebec tHrtlRr request of the external affairs justice minister, said lalcr (hat others on their usual March arcl LUI- department and Quebec justice after studying reports of what jwlrf who slopped to tell merit climlied to departmenl. happened he could find nothing there was no in IL was APPEAR IN COURT reprehensible in the. police ac- y' in March last year. Tlie six Cubans appeared in (ion. Uie Proteslant and Canada reported liy name Julio Gonzales, as usual but at. the was an unusual influx of jub-scekers in liie labor force ICduardo Kivas, 25, Pascnal -w Acosta Armin, 33, Angel Jlor- i-l f. f ff j I aga, 33, Alejandro Suarez, 23, lOll and S. Rafael Heyes, 32. ThB of thc principals 01 individual schools. Uydro-Quehec rcporled pickets outside their month, and while more employed, more alto v-crc unemployed. Last year, uueinployment latter (luce were charged but thc pickets by between Febru- obstructmg only. _ f day shift workers into and March. Tliis year it They were arraigned last f f MB 'Wj fj Al Ihe utility's Tuesday after being arrested by B S g police saicf they were confronted by armed men at Iho TEHERAN APi The ilcaih 'But (here is nollmig left service centre, however, pickets prevonlerl about ri.oo.1) workers from going to March figures sent Ihp imcm ploy men 1 rate up lo 7.4 per cent of llic labnr force from toll in (he earthquake, in south- bo mined.1' a spokesman in Fcbrii a ry But t his re- crn Iran headed for (he 5.0M. M a number of days Llaresholiii loan mark lodav ,hE Paris ho T s of a common front unions representing below 7.R [XT cent m March Inst year. (n i.-. in officials said workers j i of Iran reported. Reporters in Sliirar, tlio said lluit wprn rclicF work lonkwl like a l.ilk'il in llir of- Qeer and st.-ala war loan to- (hat pome 4.0MO ollicr.s Insl Ihcir Icrs and planes were Dyiny all lallinp lo tlio Alberta in -11 oilier villages lov- dny dropping (ncytl, blankols asketl not to icpppcl injunctions taken out by Uie province before llic earlier peneial slrike, March 28, to n a seasonally adjuslrd basis, compmed by the Enlist i-cians to sliow the. underlying unomploymcnl I'OSP last month to six per cent of the. Mousitig Corp. for a land dc- cited by the quake, medical supplies lo stnrken vcloprnenL projccl in Clares- The Geophysics InsliLulc at iireas. liolm, GO miles northwest fiT University rcporlcd more Doctors nntl met ical unils was announced to- (ban tremors had hit Uie verc boinc flov.n in. Public ap-dav by tiic urban affairs dc- quake region since Ihe first clcv- penis for blood donors were is-partmeiit. astaling shock Monday. services. DIKQHICY JNML'VCl IONS These injunctions were applied to some csscnlial My-dfo-CJiiehet' employees as well as hospitals offering cai e for thc chronically -ill, Lhc force from S.8 in February. It was rt I in March last Year, EXPLANATION CTVKN No piven tn thc data for the unusual increase in job -seekers. Their lo a few general tiers swelled particularly Commuiiists on the lhc province. Workers at about half Montreal's ]R chronic, convalescent and psychiatric hospitals younger workers. On the. employment side, there were more workers em-ploynti in mosf industries and the injunclions and was a strong pain in em- From HKUTF.n-AI1 From Ction Thanh, Rcuter miles farther north and was correspondent Jose Katigbok re- overrun ]yst SAIGON (CP) Viet- ported thai a government, hvi- A U.S. Arnw pcncral aclinfi namesc1 planer, heavy avlillcry backed Iwo ns military adviser for the Sal-diul troops smashed norlft nf lirmipht from tho Mekong rrpion ?airl Ihc ConimuniFig loday Iryinp In repain arlillery and figbler- uerc "on lhc- nnd added: Inrrilory lost during Ihc LTday were moving lowards "We'll kill Ihem all before report to work. Some hospitals reported that they were experiencing major difficulties feeding and inp proper care for palir-nls needing almost constant in manufacturing. The Qucbeo rate declined last month lo 9.n per cent of Uio Inbor fniTR from fi..i in February and m i a year apo. Onlar-io'.1! r.iic cased down to 5.6 last niontli from 5.7 in Fchruarv and C' offensive. Ihe (owns of An Loir and Lcc to (rovernmcnl fnn'ps also em Ninli. He p r c 1 niniiluiiiLs loday IDI' a hvslaivU-r tniks ujllt the llic IcIliM killed a vuuinlc'il I UK! 'TS rialian imluMrisliM ornl's 1- i .'IMC] an iiriiiv general Pi'csidcnl Isii'si of iigcd llusse saul Sffl Cabbed March o re urn it; country lo (CP) Tlie ?cnes of n x R f u t i o 11 s is rot ins; civilian control, scvpn hipliiflinfi IRAKIS fAPi Pnhce 30. awciifinir trial on incic-ic-o in Guerrillas ot lhc leflisl Hosario's police chief and San- t! c-v Ind tlu- trail rharpt's and count pic's novoUUionary Movement (Ippiilv. :ss their next vie- Muvc uln u C r'.i (KKPt. ;i orpainza- ,jlljSi fi0n) HIP' I'alu-c of JiMxv Jiii d, ii'l Ariel 2n, an rl n-'li-r 'irnl -D- lion bent on blockinR thc clcc- pUQrnllas who (hrce (akin? a judge aivi IMO'c holdup in 111- lions, and thc Ilovolntionary wccks ago kidnapper! Ohcrclan riidcs chase started, Armed Forces (FAR) were Sallnslro, StVvcar-oltl general Afler chidinc police nhcn Mrs. ScRard. Crawford said the blamed for thc killings that took mnnaecr of Vial's Arf-enlinc the thc trio re cased been free on bail, of Senior C i 1 i 7 e n s place nilhin Ilircc hours of each fired tun Jnillcls into Thorp was m, tracr pistols rtnd ,'i revolver has the other Moi'dny in nhcs Iflfi miles in Ihem today. offHvr.s said, hnndlia.c and iluvm In1 lo S-HU frmn nPnr'' on their hideout outside; of Hue- .spile a network of and Scpard durnif; an a month for single oocu (inn. .Inan Carlos nos Aires, but three, nf Iho (nur and rrnisinc patrol before r a and lo sioo frnm ,T romnirindfr of '-od (rrrnrists PF raped. The fugitn u cro [tobrrt for double occupancy. ;