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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta T. February 8, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGr HERAID 15 THEY HUFFED AND PUFFED And they didn't win a London contest for "Champion Pipesmoker of Great The eventual winner kept his tobacco burning for 107 minutes, a new British record. ___ few gas well flows uncontrolled formation. 120 miles CALGARY (CPi Hudson's i U i v c r Bav Oi! ami Gas Co. Lid. said c s t of High Level in a well blew in as northwestern AlbcrtK. a gas well at feet is flow- i A company spokesman said ing uncontrolled at I he K e the discovery well, with a pro- TIME LIMIT FOR RECEIVING PETITIONS FOR PRIVATE BILLS Take notice that the time for receiv- ing petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Assembly will ex- pire on Monday, the twenty-first day of February, 1972. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. jeclcd depth of feet, struck natural gas Friday. No injuries or damage to equipment was reported as a result of the inci- dent. The discovery could be merely a bubble" or "something pood." said the spokesman, adding il is impossible to eval- uate this time. The company plans to drill a relief well in an allempl. to in- Icrcept and cut off the flow. India fiandLs over aid to Bangladesh CALCUTTA (AP) Prime Minister Indira Gandlii of India handed over million in aid today to Prime Minister Muji- bur Rahman of Bangladesh In meet immediate and pressing needs of the new country. The gifts included 50 jeeps, lii'i anibnl.'inc'C'S and 800 trucks. Kadi truck contained 200 bags of powdered milk. Formal presentation followed the second round of talks be- iuTC-n the two prime ministers in [ho governor's palace1. Sheik .M it jib arrived in Calt-utla Sun- Experiment school program EDMONTON (CP) c perimental program which h rl high school .students working i several city firms during tin day as part of their educ iti m is to be terminated, Education Minister Lou Hyndm i in nounced here. He said in a prepared mcnt his- department wouh. however, consider all propo il received Feb. 1. The innovative Projects Fund was established in 1970 "to encourage school boards to experiment in new and be 1 i ways of using their resources to improve the quality of edu- cation." Twenty six programs Inu been started and it was esti- mated the fund will require for the 1972-73 fiscal year and and for subsequent Mr. Hyndman said the rea- son for lorminatmg pro- gram is in line with the Pro- jjism ituc govcrn- of all edu- it IK i) ivcrnmc'iii fully in- t i c in out its responsi- in the field of cduca- 11 nth md i! seein.s that positive clc- o! the innovative pro- 11 ;ram will be iucorpor- w h a t e v e r new inn, mcnt is devised.'' day for a two-day vi.iit with j Mrs. Gandhi. India agreed eailier to give i Bangladesh S3IU million in ur- gently-needed ilems and to lend it the equivalciV of SKi million in sterling foreign exchange. E'ROVIIJE All) I Nearly 100 organizations in: Calcutta also presented aid to 1 Sheik Mujilj today i n various forms for the reconstruction of Bangladesh. In Daeca, Mujib's capital, an i official source said more than j l.uofl weapons have been found in buried caches in the suburb of Mirpur, which is populated by members of the Bihari mi- i norily.Thc official said Paki- slant soldiers apparently buried the weapons so they could br used by the Biharis to harass the Bangladesh authorities and create disturbances. About I .000 Bihari men from the area have been interned in Dacca's central jail, and almost i Bihari women, children j and old pecplc have been put in an isolated concentration eamp {.J 11! miles from the city. Mii-pur houses an estimated j Biharis. Many came Dobrynin conferred on a wide from other sections to escape range ol topics here, includ- persecution by the Bengali ma-! ing PrcMdenl planned joritv, who blame the Biharis trip to Moscow in .May. A stale for atrocities committed during department ypukrsman would the civil war. 1 give no deiails of the GOOD DRIVE! Have you been accident free? No convictions in the last 3 years? If so, you should get a reduction in your insurance premium If you are interested, contact 303 5th St. S. Phone 327-7464 Two more hiding soldiers are spotted in jungles TOKYO lAI'i Guam po- lice said Monday that two more persons believed to be Second World War Japanese soldiers have been spotted in the jungles of Guam. Insp. II. G. Scharff told a committee of the Japanese parliament the men were seen in July and October, 1969, and Dec. 20 about 7'z miles east of Agana. the capi- tal of Guam. He said vegeta- bles arc being cultivated in (he area and there is abun- dant fresh water. Scharf came to Tokyo last Thursday lo report on the finding of Shoichi Yokoi, the former army sergeant who was captured Jan. 24 after liv- ing in the Guam jungle for 28 years. He is recuperating in a Tokyo hospital. Scharff said he would con- tinue efforts lo find any other Japanese stragglers on Guam. 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