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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 IMF UTHBRIOrJE tirRMP Fn.ln i1 urniture store., office IRA bombs i AP) r.oinb two Urilish soldiers by '.in-rki-d a furniture mine Tlmisilay mghl. -iii.l MI nit'iic- (inn'.vk'klii fast lulay ,'is the Iri.-h Kepubli- first at the Army maintained ils planted a ge' N'onls'rn Ireland si-outing lo iro p-. Th ii 11 nl i I 'In' "f I" T struck iniilure store ami gnite, charge aflcr Ihe siaff 10 In i Her, o> INSTANT PALEFACEI Dianne Sutherland of London, Ont., comes up for air during a pie-eaMng contest at a secondary school winler carnival. The Grade 11 student placed second. (CP Wirepholo) Main highway to Banff lownsite to be expanded three men burst into nearby (i- Manor company offices, dumped ,1 larlan liag on Ihe floor and lukl people inside: "It's a bomb." An office worker said Ihe men grabbed a bundle of banknotes ii 'fore escaping. M 1 OH-1 KM1ICS No one was hurl in either inci- dent but I lit- blasts set oft fires in bn'h buildings and shatterec v, iinlows in Ihe vicinity. In Ihe strongly republican in ty Londonderry, a 20-pound celi-iiile humb badly damage' i a fire slalion at Dungiveu ajic i ked a Tire engine. I lie violence by the IHA In Its attempt In unite Northern Ire- lu I Roman Catholic Irish Republic In the south has laken Ihe lives of 2-13 persons in 2'i u n s of bloody feuding. In Dublin. Premier Jack Lynch met with pro-Calholic op. legislators from the north Id discuss the crisis and spending of an estimated lhat the Irish govern- ment intends giving for relief work. The cash also will be used to finance peaceful and political efforts to topple the Protestant- based Northern Irish govern- ment. A road mine presumably planted by the IRA blew up a British army jeep near the bor- der Thursday night. Two sol- diers were killed. A gunman wounded in a Belfast fight Wednesday died in a hospital. Bombs also exploded Thurs- day nighl in downtown Belfast and in the centre of Armagh. British troops skirmished with bands of youths in Coalisland. tso casuallies were reported. CALGARY (CPi Trans-Canada Highway fron; the east gale of Banff National Park lo the Banff will be expanded Inl0 four-lano divided highway. Liberal MP I I e n Sulatvcky announced Thiu-sday. Tenders for the 7.5 miles higlr.'.Tty In be called in fall bur no estimate th-1 n.si is yet available, he told a news conference. The member for Rocky i Mountain said the government MP blames British army in slayings TORONTO (CP) A Protes- tant member of the Northern Ireland Parliament accused the British Army Thursday of "pre- meditated murder" In the shoot- ing deaths of in people in Lon- donderry Jan. 30 Ivan Cooper, (he member for GETTING ACQUAINTED Young John Alexander of Florence is old enough lo know what he likes and instinctively responds by giving it a kiss. The young deer, accus- tomed to demonstrative children is one of the animals at Northampton, Mass., took Park. (AP Wirepholo) wav Alberta farmers i Prisoners living near poverty level KDMONTON 'CPi Mure 1 face o( increasing capital and ban Alberta farmers are credit requirements. I living at or near poverty levels i Mr. Clarke said the net in- necause they are either un- come for an average Alberta willing or unable to change, farmer. S3.940 in 1970. was the James Clarke, direclor of Ihe lowest in the lasl 10 years, cx- agriculture depart-! ccpt for 1961. ment's economics division, told I The Alberta government was j house and escaped prison offl- ine Alberta Dairy-men s asso- j hoping to 'zero in" on the' i farm problem by an increased to reetlom CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Nineteen men ?awrd I heir way out of the V.'aiTcnsville work- Nfld, Tories claim estimates doctored ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Jolin Crosbic, finance minister in Newfoundland's Progrcsivc New contract for in talk stage OTTAWA (CP) Formal ne- golialions over a now contract for postal workers got off to a quiet start Thursday. Spokesmen for the govern- ment and the Council of Postal Unions had litlle lo say after a two-hour meeting. A government spokesman said Ihe union negotiators did not present a list of formal de- mands at the closed meeting. The council, which represents belli the 11.000-membcr Letlcr Carriers' Union and the memher Canadian Union of Postal Workers, served notice last month it would seek changes in 42 of the 43 clauses in the existing agreement. Earlier, Ihe treasury board had proposed that the negotia- tions be confined to wages and length of contract. The current pant, signed in Sept. 1970, ex- pires March 26. Conservative government, stiirt Thursday Ihe former Liberal administration of Joseph Small- wood presented "false" spend- ing estimates to the legislature. will present you, not false estimates Ihe true es- limales of what il is going to cosl In carry on Ihe government next Mr. Crosbie told the St. John's Lions Club. 'Because for the last four or five years, what has happened in that the Liberal administra- tion has presented false esti- mates in Ihe house of assembly, knowing lhat the estimates presented would not carry the government through J2 months." He said the Liberals "arlifi- cially cut off millions of dollars so it would look like the budget was balanced on current ac- count when Ihe budget was given, and had to get spe- cial warrants all during tho year." He said the province's total public debt was 51.1 billion on Dec. si, The direct debt totalled S643.9 million while government guar- anteed loans to municipalities, school boards. Crown corpora- tions and utilities amounted to S391.9 million. Weather and road report SUMUSE S.'.TUIDAY SUNSET IT I- Prc market campaign, a positive program to increase income, an asistance plan for small farms and some easier credit arrangements. B.C. icur (I nil Mn ft VICTORIA