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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FORECAST HIGH TUESDAY NEAR 65. PRICE NOT (IVKK 10 UCNTb u.iiKKYA. MONUAY, AI'IUL 2J, 1872 MAULED TO DEATH Polar bears maul on unidentified young man Sunday in bear pit at the South Perth zoo. An eyewilness said (he nan, in liis early twenties, fell or dived into pool in the bears' enclosure, then swam across the pool to platform where bears were and began talk- ing to them. He was then cuffed and mauled by Ihe bears. Police said 'he man died from multiple injuries, including crushed chest. (AP Wirephoto) Mobile tuberculosis x-ray machines considered safe is re SOUTHAMPTON'. England CAPl Tlic Cunnrd liner Queen Elizabeth 2 docked licro two (lays laVc from Yurie, battered by a freak Atantic storm 5'Jl happy lo report. a reborn shipboard romance. Willis aL 100 miles an hour hit llim Ion CiLiiardei1 for clays of the crossing, and for 24 hours she was forced lo heave to. Captain Mortimer llchir, 57, said: "II was the worst weather I have ever experienced, nol so much in intensity as duration. Nobody in the ship had ever known winds of lhat velocity lo last so Ions The romance is lhat of movie actress Natalie Wood and her ex-husband, actor Robert Wagner. They di- vorced eight years ago aflcr four years cf marriage, Wagner, here for the premiere of his movie Dr. Syn, said his first meeting with his ex-wile after their divorce had been quite by chance. "Timing is everythlnp in he commented. "It )usL happened, and as a result we've been very happy and had a lovable, enjoyable time." "We love each said Miss V.'ood, trim in a trouscr snil. 1'or a while they fended off questions as lo whether they would remarry. Wagner finally said: "Yes, I would think so, though It won't he right now." Three crew members suffered fractures during the slorm and several of (he pa.ss ciders were None, however, needed an ambulance al the quayside. Department practises OTTA A f CP 1 should not follow a United Klak's proposal lo hall mobile A-rny .screening for luberculosis hcc'iuise nf possible radiation 'Iniiger, snys Ihe medical ciirec- ior nf (he Canadian Tubtrcu- and Respiratory Disease Dr. C. IV. L. Jeancs said In an interview today that radia- tion doses from mobile ma- used in Canada are "well below sale levels." Many miniature x-ray units love it liifTher dosage than the ''T: 1 G snirl. "UllL tiic dose from tlie miniature units still is below the safe al- lowable levels." Dr. J canes said the amount of chest TIJ still found in many parts of Canada, especially re- mote areas, Js large enough to justify the use of rouLiuc screen- ing. The American health dcparl- incnt said Sunday il had asked the .states In halt Ihc USP of mobile screening because of the possibilities of radiation overcx- posurc when TD is now "ahnasl in many paiis the country." Dr. A. IL Erjnth, acting direc- tor ot the health department's environmental health directo- rate, said in a separate hitci1- thai the federal menl has no plans lo follow Ihe U.S. move. The government Is studying al! radiation-cmilling devices and plans (o issue covering reg- ulations, he said. The badly decomposed body of Dawn Vivian 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mueller, 2310 Glh Ave. S., was discovered in the coulee area about llirce miles southwest ot MID rily by Dr. 11. Lamont Mal- fcin, Avc. S. shortly before of tension Mission in Houston Ennriinccrj niinhl have conic; from tbe skin at fv? lipck of tlia veliiclc'1 il off Ihc inoun. in up to Yonns and Duke's fragile vehicle aucl reported it 'pretty badly rlicwcd up." A coupJe cf DIP ivafer-lhin ahiinmum panels had apparent- ly been ripped off by tlie force of" Ihe blast-off from Hie moon. JOIN SMOOTHLY But the hvn crc'i'S went ahead calmly their clock- ini: ninnocuvrc anH ilu- upper siaue of Orion slid ii> nose in smoothly to join the command sliip. Finally, tho inft) Casper for a reunion Mat- h railed in liieir precious rock and soil samples, batlpned down the hatches ar.cl slcp'i. The refit of tlie equipment from Oj'ion lo be transferr- ed today. Then tho truncated moonship will hi1 set p.'lriti be- fore plugging dou'n to crash on Urn moon. IDC1 Hv VICTOR MACK1K llfr.ild Ollawn Ilurcnii OT'l'AXVA Tlic second pi-i- vnln poll (nkon fnr the Liberal parly this year is even more discouraging for Hit? Grils in forccistinf! KIR oul- corni of Ihe election lhan the Jirst poll, it learned Mon- from informed parly Fourrcs. II inclirate.s a niinortly rrmncnl take office if a .lime election is held. Tlie Liber- als hope Ilicil it would he a Lib- oral minority poveriimcnt but concede that based on Ihe re- sults of llic secret poll, received lasl week, I his is by !io means a sure llnnR. 11 could he a Pre- prcssivc Conservative miuorily The Liberals' popularity with !lie elecloratc has slipped sev- eral more notches antl Ihc Pro- (Conservatives have climbed bringing Ihc Tories very close lo the leading. Liber- onr parly sourer sairt. Oi.lv n separale (he two major polilical parties in the latest poll, a drop for the Liberals and a climb for Ihc said a govern- ment source. The New Democratic Party has pretty well held its own with the Conservatives making mosl of their tfains from the "undecided" group, picking up some from Die Liberals anrt a few supporters from those who had (avorc'l Ihe N'DP in llio (irsl private Liberal poll. Il.s re- sults were reported to Ihc Lib- eral Federation in February The "undecided" group in tho first poll was nround -13 per cent, of the Canadian voters polled, similar lo llial reported hy Mm Gallup Poll, published iu news- papers in the lallor part of March, hi the lalest private poll, turned over lo Iho Lihernl Fed- eral ion the "undecided" group has shrunk considerably. Tlic Liberals learned to Iheir con- sternation thai most of Ihoso leaving the 'invlceidcrl'' 11 nil lo Ihe Tories. KcMill.? of Ihe lijlrs) poll were made knnwu to Primo Minister Pierre Trudean and key Liberals in charge of Ihe election campaign organization lasl week. The exact details of (he poll arc being kept a closely guarded secret. Ihc Liberal political cahinel is scheduled to meet Tuesday, as as the Liberal cam- paign committee. The chair- man of Ihe conimillcc is Con- 255M-mile Mmicr Affairs Minister Robert Aiufras. P r i m c Minister Trudcau is cxpeclod Lo make known to Iho Liberal caucus Wednesday his decision regarding a June elec- tion. Those uho have seen tha latest Liberal parly's private poll nre hoping Mr. Trudean will rule out a June election this ycnr. and po in the fall OP in NIP spring 1973. mdk entered in record book LI VEK POOL, England Dick Crawshaw, a Labor MP. wonl into Hie vorld recorti hnoks lixlay v.ilh a 255 (54-mile nun-Mop v.nlk. Crausliaw, 51, a former p.iratroop officer, was limping at Ihc end of hi.s alhon. Bvit looked fil .ind com- mrnJcd I Iltirik i (.vids ,-ivr: IlieiT lo be C'raushaw topped the Euro- pean record of '201.13 miles ader plodding round the Ain- trrc molorcyclc track for 5fi Tim MP, who regularly does jnile.s on Sunday hikes, paid his (cct wore in heller condi- tion I ban he expected but his tors were bleeding, He Mailed (he walk lo raise (iincl< for Ihe National Society ftir ibc I'rrvenhon ol Cnicllv In CblUhTO, LUNAR LIFTOFF Tho lunar lander Orion blcils off, bollcm, and ascends from tbe moon's surface, cenirc to fop pholos, Sunday night in f'lis sequcico of Hir 1'ffolf from CBS-TV monitor. The O.-ion, 16 riMroncJuli John W. Young and Ciicirlns M. DUKO, linkotl up laler wild llic command ship, Cnipcr. (AT V.Vcphoto) ;