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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta St "1HB LETHBRIDGE Mdoy, April 14, 1972 From AIMIKUTKK BELFAST (CIJ> About 30 terrorist bomb explosions nicked Northern Ireland Thurs- day night and today in Hie worst guerrilla offensive sinco Britain look over direct control of Ulslcr exactly three weeks ago. parts of Ulster's six counties escaped blasts during tliu Inst 24 ]tours of bombings Hint left one civilian dead, eight injurcxl and an estimated million (52.6 million) in prop- ei-ly damage. The costliest blast damaged a dozen buses in a depot in ccn- No trace found Children tctunt, play with soldier at blast site RCMP seek okay to close Raymond., Magrath offices Tlie Ilerahl I.cfiislaturc Ilurcall EDMONTON The RC.MF have cral asked the Attorney-den- for permission to close Raymond also affected the pro- posal to close RCMP offices there. FEEDI.OTS The Alberta government Is investigating how much pollu- crmcemed lhat Judges would have enough problems without attempting to define a family dv.clling. Rusty Zander (PC Dray, ton Valley) said he opposes the Crill 1UJ IJCl IllJaoivii lln HVIT iLiui.ll ijuuu- KCMP offices at Raymond and lion is CBllsed by feed bccause ttic subject needs Magralh savs the head of Ihe 'vhich can be equal to a cityimol'e CVOT Is 6 important to everyone. force in Alberla. Assistant Commissioner V. M. Seppala said the recom- mendation has been sent to the attorney-general, but no reply received. Merv I.eitch, the attorney- gerjeral, said Thursday he has asked officials in his depart- ment lor a report, but bas not received it yet. A spokesman In the department who asked to remain anonymous, said the closure of the RCMP offices at Raymond and Magrath is "cut and dried." PART OF TREND The mounlies closed offices In recent years at Barons, Wa- terloo Lake and Jlanyberries and Raymond and Magrath are part of the same trend, lie said. It is Impractical to have offi- cers who could be out on the "which can be equal to a city of Environment Minis- ter Bill Yurko told the legisla- ture Thursday, group Debate was adjourned on NIG car. EDMONTON1 (CF) Tlie desperate parents of a nine- year-old girl missing for the last five days, are attempting to enlist the services of a clairvoyant in the search for their daughter. Pariiel! vanished last Saturday night while on an er- rand to a grocery store near her home. "I'm so worried, I'm out of my the girl's mother snid today. "It becomes un bearable as each day passes by. "We're trying to contact some psychic person, a clair- voyant. A child just can't dis- appear Into lliln nir." Tlie only lead reporLed by police was a possible sight- ing of the girl Saturday eve- ning nn Highway 2 south near a motel. An off-duly police offi- cer said he believed lie saw I.intla get, into n late-model I bill and It dropped lo t will tom of order Professors to the bot- A group of students wm torn 01 inc oraer paper. It is nol spend the summer making an expcctedp to be discussed again inventory of all feed lots in the llus session. province, reporting on such as- pects as their proximity to streams, the cumber of ani- mals and the amount the re- fuse produced and what is done with it, the minister said. Replying lo Ralph Sorenson, (ICCGIfl (SC Sedgewick-Coronalion) Mr. Yurko said that there are no Immediate- plans to revise anti pollution regulations j covering teed lots but new laws j CALUARY (CP) Profes- might be considered once the sors at the University of Cal- 7 11 tl'f report Is submitted. gary have sccepled a 2.75-per- have lo know what the cent increase in salaries (or situation Is before we can he said. WELFARE The government is reviewing down from an original request for a scven-per-cent in- crease. W. F. Anderson, chairman of beat, Bitting around In offices; the policy of providing welfare' lhc board of In small communities doing pa-'to "unemployed r'c per work, he said. It is more J health minister Neil Crawford !hat m tho 1 i I --.-__ rnr'llltv- efficlcnt to ran a detachment j sajn jn (he Thursday, horn a larger nearby centre. He was asked by Cordon With Improved communi-j Taylor ISC Drumheller) if calions, roads and other equip-j the government had adopted a ment and know-how, police to-; policy of cutting off payments said smaller Faculty Associa- izes the financial the university is day can patrol larger than they used to. The spokesman Enid (he comparatively low rate ol se- rious crime In MagraLh and La seeks legal fees from croivii ta Luclwig for introducing CALGARY (CP) Counsel I private members1 bill Lo such 1972. He said he had heard of one such case. increase tion rGcojr constraints in." "They are prepared lo BC- cept as much responsibility persons as of June caj] solve Ms The university has had to Mr. Crawford said he knew nothing of the case, adding lhat the question of conuniiinj? wel- fare to persons who could get a job is being reviewed so that a policy can be adopted. EXPROPRIATION" Government back benchers praised opposition Alber- trim expenditures .since enrol- ment failed the result to increase with that government not enlarged as Webster Macdonald has moved sistcd that his proposal doesn't to recover from the crown go far enough. Mr. Ludwig fSC Caigary- Mountnin View) heard debate costs of defending Kelly John son, 22, against a charge of giving nn immoral perform- ance. Miss Johnson, of Okoloks, Alfa., was charged last year atter dancing nude in a city cabaret. Mr. Justice H. W. Kiley cf Al- berta Supreme Court reserved judgment, hut said he will rule before a crown appeal is heard this summer. Miss Kelly was lined JBT In provincial court last December during second reading of the bill which proposes legislation to e n s u r e that owners of ex- propriated family dwelling re- ceive (air market value. Ron Chiller (PC Calgary- Buffalo) said he recognizes the problems but he added that the families covered by the hill should include unmarried ple.5 living together and those living iti communal dwellings. The hill as presented could grants were xpectcd, Full professors now earn annually, associate i30, assistant and lec- urcrs Tho rales make university one of the high- .st-paying in Canada, Mr. Anderson said all enured faculty will be able lo but the financial prob- ems "will not. permit retention of all unlcnured faculty." but an appeal in February re-1 create more problems than it versed the: decision. would said Mr. Ghitter, LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SAT., APRIL 15, AT 9 P.M. at the MOOSE MALL Music By-THE COUNTRY THREE FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS f HE UNIVtKbl IY O SENATE SUBMISSIONS TKe Sc-nole of The University of Calgary will hold regular spring meeltag on Moy J, It ii lU duly of trie Sencirfl lo Inquire ony mailer lhal might lond lo enhance iHc usefulness of lhe Univenily. In- dividual t or groupi are Inviled lo make written iub- rriisianv ThnsB will bo lludied by appropriate cammilfeei prior to the me el ing. Person! may appear before Senate In upport of their lubmriiioni DirAtl all rorrrsipondonli net Inter Ihcm April 21, toi J. A. Hammond, Chairman, External Relation! Cammhloe, Stnaie, Tne University of Calgary, Glenbow-Albarto Inilllule, 902 Eleventh S.W., Calgary 3. maybe she didn't get AH Idea in her head to try lo go there. "Most of her friends were school Trictids and H she went to their homes, like after school, she would always phone home." Govl. may ucl Monday on coal mine layoffs Police have used dog patrols and aircraft to search the area d'here the girl was last report- ed seen, hut without success. NOWHERE TO .SEARCH, "There ore a lot of our friends wanting to search for but the police aren't terrihly Interest ed because [here's no specific areas to look, nowhere Lo said Mrs. Parnell. 'She likes television. That was one reason why she ran out of the house mad Saturday she wanted to watch television instead of going to the store. "5 h e loves the Partridge Family, adores It. She always wanted to po to California lo see them, VTe're wondering if Arsonist jailed for five years RAYMOND (Staff) Vin- cent Uruco Kcdd, 21, of Ray- mond was sentenced to five years in penitentiary in Provin- cial Judge's Court here when he pleaded guilty to charges of arson, break, enter and theft and possession of a prohibited weapon a shotgun. Provincial Judge A. H. Elford sentenced Redd to five years each for the arson and break-in charges and one year for Ihe possession of the prohibited weapon. All sentences were to run concurrently. Redd and anollier man, Da- vid Court Duell, 20, of I.eth- briclpe were arrested and charged following a tire March 4 which destroyed the Raymond Ford Garage. Duell was remanded for Ural May 11 when he pleaded guilty to charges of arson and break, enter and theft whan he also appeared in Raymond Provin- cial Judge's Court. lie is to remain free on 000 property until bis trail, Father meets youngest daughter for first time Earthquakes rock Iran TEHRAN (Renter) Throe fresh earthquakes Tbvirsday rocked Iran's southern province of nlrendy devastated by Monday's earthquake v: h 1 c h killed people Tehran radio reported, The news was broadcast ns soldiers, police and villagers were still digging In the nibble of Monday's quake in 60 vil- lages. No immediate del ails available about the new trem- ors, but the radio described one ns "very They took place near Ghir and Karzln. Ghir was the larg- est of the villages stricken by Monday's quake, CALGARY (CP} Martin Muni, who had never met his youngest daughter, found a happy ending to a long story this week. He greeted Kersli, an nt- Whooping cranes start migration BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The annual migration of whoop- ing cranes through North Ua- kola en roue from Texas to ncsling grounds in northern Canada has started. Three of Ihe rare birds were sighted this week by stale and fish department per- sonnel in a grain field near the Oaho reservoir in southwestern Kmmons county, says a de- partment spokesman. Two of the birds were adults and the Ihird appeared lo be juvenile. The sighting was Ihe first reported in the stale this year. The department said 59 of the big birds were counted this year at their wintering ground in Texas. INVITED TO RUSSIA DETROIT (AP) Leonard president of the United Auto Workers Union, said Thursday he will visit Rus- sia in July at the invitation of tin1 Soviet metal workers' union. tractive 25-year-old blonde, yi-slerrioy nt the Calgary air- P'.rt. The story began In Estonia during tlie Second iTorld War when lie became separated from his expectant wile, Wnry, and their two small children. Before they rejoined, he forced to flee the country ami, after the war, came to a farm operated by relat i v e s north of here. "It took three years before I could find out if they were all still living." LIVED IN RUSSIA Finally, ho traced them to Russia but they were not el- lowed to emigrate. In 1067, Mrs. Muni was given permission lo come to Canncln, and did so. But by then the two oldest children were married and settled with families. Kersli refused o visa. "For the past years we have been trying to get our (laughter Mr. Mimi said. "We have tried so liard and today is the clay she is com- ing. "You know, It has been a long time for us and there were many sad things before came together again. "But It is not good to re- member them now. They are over. The main thing is arc happy today." TONIGHT-7.30 P.M. "BIBIE TEACHING Versus MAN'S TEACHING" Evangelist; DONALD R. GIVENS PORT ARTHUR, TtXAS Come and Bring Your Friends! CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 21 Ave. S. Phone 328-2708 or 327-799T EVERYONE WE1COME NO COUECTIONS CCWGREGATIONA1 SINGING Leopard kills 750 UICKNOW Utculer) 'flic legislative assembly of tho northern Intliii slalc of UlLar Prade-h told here lhal a nl in [lie Himalayan fooL- has hilled 750 persons, A (or an emergency dc- liate was lurncd down on [ho Urciinrl ihnt .situation hns (.onlimiing for and sulvorl overnight Ira! Belfast Thursday. Tlic wnvc cf Lumbings continued tlie night and into today. Security officials Warned lhe bombings on the outlawed Irish Republican Army. IMPOSE DAN Security forces reacted to the bombing wave by aimounci.ig that a.s of Monday a large part of Belfast's city centre mil be sealed off to all traffic from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The traffic ban Is designed to cut clown the number of bombs left in parked cars. Shops and factories hi the nrea were ordei-crl to lake deliv- eries before 11 a.m. The ban runs Monday through Saturday. Belfast police theorized that IRA had intensified its bombing campaign probably as a result of a new shipment of gelignite. About pounds of gelignite were used In the latest blasts, police said. Tlie casualty toll Included one dead womaji, whose home wns turned mtu on inferno by a ti- me bomb, an one man, two women, three soldiers and two police officers wounded. DKATH TOLL NOW 301 The death list after 32 months I of violence stood at 301. Former prime minister Brian 'aulkner claimed the British jovenmient was averting its O'CJ from IRA aggression. In hia most trenchant blast at Condon yet, Faulkner declared: 'The British government seems determined lo give the gunmen and lhe bombers a free hand.' F.iulliiicr was hitting at Brit- sh army policy of containing IRA strongholds like Londonder- ry's Bogside and Crcggan dels and Ihe Falls and Ar- doyne in Belfast. He wants ttie troops to pierce the concrete and steel barricades flung round :ho enclaves and weed the out- .aws out. The army believes Ihe (ask would need thousands of sol- diers and could rcsull in terrible Bloodshed. Tens of thousands of Snman Calholic civilians live in :he sealed-off areas. Six cilies and villages vcre blasted by bombs Thursday. PIPELINES WRECKED In the first four hours of 'rxiay five bombs erupted, A icavy explosion wrecked oil pipelines rtl a Londonderry slor- Dge depot. Another in Antrim destroyed a golf club house and at Casllewollan a JIasonic hall was wrecked. At Dungivcn, County Tyrone. 20 shots were fired at a military jatrol and in Londonderry Brit- ish troops twice came under guerrilla fire. Komo observers saw the up- :urgc as a demonstration of strength by (lie IRA, which bus been coming under considerable pressure from moderate Catho- lics lo ease up and give the British initiative a chance lo ivork. The IRA has rejected London's peace hid. The total of internees released since last week brought to C2, leaving about son IDA ler- roi iit suspects still behind fenros at Long Kcsh and Magil- ligan camps. Charge youllis in a.ssaull on Belfast mother BELFAST (AP) Two tecn- youths were charged today assaulting a pregnant Bel- fast mother who was beaten and hounded from her home by a Rang. A court ordered William Ilanna. lfj, and Uanio] Mc- Cashin, 17, held in custody on charges of causing grievous bodily iinrm lo Philomona Mc- Guckcn Bnlli were arrested by British troops in Belfast early today. Tile nationnli-St Provisional wim{ of the Irish Republican Army admitted responsibility for the attack o n Mrs. Mc- Gucken, 2-1, al her home last weekend. She bi'ftlcn with hockey and pailll anil Feathers U.-lore being tied lo a hirnpposl, .She is five monlh.s The II1A claimed .she had using drugs and had given information lo the security forces, but she denied Ihe charts. Sin; said the IKA was angered .she had refused to allrr.1, her home to be used as an arms dump. The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON It will likely lie Monday before the provin- cial government lias enough In- formation lo ask Canmorc Minos LUI. lo step up reclama- ion work lo employ 29 people laid off April 7, because of coal marketing difficulties. Whelber the government will ask the company at that lime :o re-employ workers Is specu- lation. Bill Yurko, minister of the environment, questioned on tlie matter in the legislature, said he wasn't worried about unem- ployment at Canmore because I h e company would step up reclamation work lo employ people laid off due lo market- ing problems. By Thursday, company official however, said the people 25 hourly and four salary workers were still off work and there was no imme- diate plan to rehire them. John Mnrkovick, a supervi- sor In the department of lands and foresls and head of an inter department committee looking into Ihe Canmore situation, said It will be Monday before le has enough information lo recommend nctlou to the min- ister of the environment. Bort Ilohol, minisler of labor and manpower, said in an interview his department has also been asked to look into the nuttier. Rill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals turned a question on Ibc mailer over to Mr. Yurko who he said was respon- sible. Kd Fisher, sccrelary of the Canmore local of Ihe United Mine Workers of America said workers were given only a few days notice of the layoffs, Some of them had bought 000 to houses In the small coal mining community the cast edge of Banff Na- tional Park, he added. The main reason given by llic company lor the layoffs was temporary shutdown on Canmorc's strip mine and poor demand for coal, said the union spokesman. Commission to assume college debt IlKD DF.F.R