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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 21, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD In custody Overcome by tear gas, Pierre Longpre lies unconscious with a police rifle bar- rel to his head following his capture on a Montreal street. Five men had earlier escaped from the St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary. Parents dig for bodies EIN AL HILWEH, Lebanon (AP) Weeping children watched Thursday as their mothers and fathers dug frantically into the debris of Israeli bombing for bodies and belongings. More than 100 houses in this camp 25 miles south of Beirut were damaged in the strikes, CAREERS Elks Club of Lethbridge require 2 COOKS Full Time Phone 327-7219 for Appointment HOUSEPARENTS REQUIRED FOR COMMUNITY GROUP HOME Spruce Cliff Centre requires houseparents for a community group home located in Calgary. Houseparents are required to live in a fully furnished and equipped Government owned home. One parent may be gainfully employed in other full-time work. They will provide care for approximately 5 adolescent boys and girls, aged 12 to 16 years. Duties will include basic care and emotional support for the children. Terms to be negotiated by contract. Please Apply in Writing to: Mr. W. Bruieigh, Director Sprues Cliff Centre 3410 Spruce Drive S.W. Calgary, Alberta 249-5505 xllbcrra Health Social Development launched in retaliation for the Palestinian raid on the Israeli settlement of Shamir last week. The camp hospital reported receiving eight dead and 43 wounded. Aziza Ahmed, a refugee housewife in her early 30s, said, "We had been expecting something. But for God's sake, what could we do? We have no shelters and no real means of defence. "Shortly before noon, I heard the explosions. I shouted and ran through the house looking for my six children and took them to a trench out back where some of the neighbors already were huddled. There was no room for us. "We dashed for another trench. Again no room. So we ran back into the house and tried to take cover in a corner of a room. The Israeli planes roared overhead. Explosions were shaking the whole camp. I could see from a window. Pair after pair swooped down, fired rockets and disappeared. "One of the rockets finally hit our house and it came down in an avalanche of dust. Only by God's will did we sur- vive." BLASTED TO PIECES Abu Maheib, 40, a blacksmith said. "I rushed with my children to a trench in a yard behind the house. But two of my sons who had been with neighbors were next door. I shouted for them to join us. But they were blasted to pieces before my eyes. They couldn't make it to the trench." When reporters arrived after the planes had gone, they found burning homes and angry residents. Groups of refugees who lost their houses shouted. "Down with Nixon and Kissinger." Prejudice complaint unanswered EDMONTON (CP) Two Yukon Indians who say their people learn to live with race prejudice, say they have waited 37 days for the Alberta Human Rights Commission to answer a race prejudice com- plaint they made. George MacDonald, 25, liaison officer for the Yukon Association of Non-Status In- dians, and Willie Joe, 27, an official of the Yukon Native Brotherhood, filed a com- plaint May 3 after they were refused a request at Budget Rent-A-Car of Edmonton Ltd. for a car rental. The two men, with Calgary oilman Ken Krocker and TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. official Dave McClenaghan witnessed a remark by a Budget employee which led to their complaint. "I don't think it had a.nything to do with our Mr. MacDonald said. "It's something I think a lot of Indian people have learned to live with." Mr. MacDonald said white customers were allowed to rent cars within moments after they were refused. He said the pair finally rented a car at Tiiden Rent-A- Car service in downtown Ed- monton but they had to pay twice the deposit that had been quoted to a white member of their party by a Tiiden counter employee at the Industrial Airport. Officials from Budget and Tiiden said they have no policy regarding renting to natives, and no policy regarding deposits from natives. Vincent A. Cooney, acting chairman of the Human Rights Commission said the case would be on the agenda of a July 2 meeting. IF YOU ARE GOING NOWHERE IN YOUR PRESENT JOB You should investigate our Training Program for REAL ESTATE SALES BLOCK BROS, has consistently led the Industry in Real Estate Education. Our program Block Bros, exclusive Practical Training Course for newly licensed salespeople. An introduction to the basic requirements in becoming a successful Real Estate Salesperson. The Xerox Professional Selling Skills Program. A total immersion learning program. Develops professional selling skills. 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He said the shortage was due to increased emigration of teachers to other provinces, changes in superannuation provisions and an inadequate number of graduates in key areas of instruction. There were insufficient teachers for music. French, industrial arts, home economics, special education, kindergarten and business education. He said the teacher surplus has not existed for several years and the recruiting problem is most acute in rural Saskatchewan. Paul Martin to stand in OTTAWA (CP) Senator Paul Martin will represent Canada in Brussels next Wednesday when President Nixon and other government leaders sign the NATO declaration on Atlantic relations adopted here this week by alliance foreign ministers. Sources said yesterday that Senator Martin, government leader in the upper chamber and a former external affairs minister, wili stand in for Prime Minister Trudeau and External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, both cam- paigning for the July 8 elec- tion. 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