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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1973 THC LETHMlDGf HfftAlO j Won't give up the search Weary mother seeks lost daughter Continues search Refusing to give up hope, Glsela Bauer is irt Vancou- ver seeking some trace of her daughter Ingrid, 14, who disappeared without a trace from Kleinberg, Ont., last August. Mrs. Bauer is holding copies of reward posters and billboard pleas she and her husband, Oscar, have used during fruitless 10-month search. VIC workers get guideline OTTAWA (CP) The Unem- ployment Insurance Commis- sion is redrafting a departmen- tal directive to make clear that its giving ap- plicants information about their not become involved in the judgment of claims, Guy Cousineau, chairman of the commission, said Monday. A Montreal Citizens' group has said that a directive of Merch, 1972, to commission em- ployees had ordered them not to give information aid to unem- ployed workers seeking bene- fits. Mr. Cousineau said in an in- terview it was policy of the commission to provide appli- cants with information about their rights and obligations. The directive, taken in con- text, urged employees of the commission not become in- volved in the judgment of claims, he said. That _ did not prevent the giving of informa- tion. The directive would be changed to make this clear, he added. Later, Manpower Minister Robert Andras told the Com- mons that he had no knowledge of the regulation but that it would contravene the govern- ment's new policy to provide more personalized service. He told Conservative man- power critic Lincoln Alexander that he would check into the matter. sew. much better! V y. x Bernina, without a doubt, the finest sewing machine in the world, wants you to be the best sewer. And here's how BERNINA can do it, so simply and so perfectly! Berniha, with its rigid needle bar, sews a perfect stitch on any fabric automatically. 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For Mrs. Bauer the five fruit- less days of searching Van- couver's Gastown district and other areas frequented by young people is another heart- wrenching chapter in the search she and her husband, Oscar, have conducted across the coun- try in the 10 months since their 14-year-old daughter, Ingrid, disappeared near their home at Kleinberg, Ont., northwest of Toronto. "We are not giving says Mrs. Bauer who arrived in Van- couver Thursday to check young people in Vancouver in person as part of the Bauer's continuing search that has in- cluded distribution of more than worth of posters throughout Canada and the United States and use of bill- boards carrying the appeal: "Please tell me where In- grid is." She is realistic and admits the chance -that Ingrid may be dead is great, but adds: "We must believe she is alive or we could not continue searching for her. We have to believe that. Oscar says be will never stop looking until he finds out what happened to her." The posters and billboards of- fering a reward and ago- nizing months of personal searching have brought not even the faintest hint "f the whereabouts or fate of the teen- ager who trained and walked like a model, had long, blonde hair, brown eyes and a small mole on the left side of her chin. DISAPPEARED AUG. 16 Ingrid, a bright, happy girl had just returned with her fam- ily from their.summer cottage at Thornbury, Ont., last Aug. 16, when she set out to see her friend, Larry Teeple, at p.m., saying she would be back in an hour. Less than an hour later, the Bauers learned that their daughter had never ar- rived at the Teeple home, 4.7 irlles away, and the search be- gan. Police began searching the area and checks were made of all Ingrid's friends. For three weeks, her descrip- tion was broadcast every hour. Reward posters were dis- tributed and police aided by 250 private citizens searched rivers and bushland in a 20-square- mdle area. Scuba divers were called in to check old, flooded gravel pits. Last November billboards be- gan to go up in 23 centres from Ottawa to Vancouver carrying a likeness of the missing girl. In the picture, Ingrid is shown as Arson not ruled out at libby LIBBY, Mont. (AP) An as- sistant state fire marshal said yesterday he has not ruled out arson, as a possible cause of a Sunday fire that swept through an apartment building in Lib- by, killing a teen-ager and in- juring three other persons, Kyfed in the fire was Robert PanqerzewsM, 14. His father, John PancerzewsM, was criti- cally burned when he entered the burning building in an at- tempt to save his son. Also in critical condition is another youth who was visiting in the apartment, Mark Mongan, 16. Assistant State Fire Marshal Gone Thompson of Kalispell said the fire started at the op- posite end of the building from the Pancerzewski apartment, and the blaze went along the top of the building. a brunette, although she fc ac- tually blonde. Since arriving in Vancouver, Mrs. Bauer has talked with po- lice and sought help from MODI White, a Salvation Army court worker in close touch with tran- sient girls. She has also visited the Narcotics Addiction tion in Vancouver although it ifl known Ingrid was not on drug! when she disappeared. And aha has spent hours walking and talking and looking and ktoUnf. Monday, Mrs. Bauer, her voice still hoarse and eyes atill red from strain, continued her search afong Vancouver She plans to keep it up, day and night, until returning to Klein- berg about the end of the week. 275 thrilled by Brooks hand BROOKS An audience of some 275 thrilled to the per- formance of the Brooks and District Band hdd in the Ju- nior High School auditorium when, under the direction at bandmaster Norman Oberham- er's magic wand, the senior band and the junior band mas- terfully rendered a selection of marches, ballads, rousing poput lar numbers and humns. Kids are wh you need lots of new tountiy Charm We didn't make new Country Charm Jam just for kids. But kids love it so much, you'll think we did. The reason? Kids just love the taste. And so will you. New Country Charm Jam brims over with the rich, sweet flavor of the finest, top grade strawberries or red raspberries. Tastes so rich, just a little goes a long way. 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