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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE VETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurufay, March 7, 1972 New Loch Ness monster claimed seen by Scols 1-OXDON (CP> As if one famous moiislcr were not enough for n country's the Scots now arc Iny- claim tn f.vo. rive In Ilii- last 14 months of n i-ionture .simi- lar to fltt elusive beast of Loch NVss are recorded in a report published by Survey Toiim si-t up in to investi- gate mysiiTious doings in Loch Muviit. about -to miles west of hi Inver- ness County. Tho wiliu'sses variously de- scribed "Uvo-liump a prolonged siditing of a humped back, lieud ami neck; and two of uncx- plainer! wakes apparently caused by a ani- Four homes to he built TARER (HNS1 Building permits issued here in f''ebru- nry, involving four new resi- d c n c f s, renovations lo two duellings, an addition lo Clearviev.1 Lodge, brought the JSJ72 construction value to m i No permits were issued in January. The Clearview addi- lion of several rooms and addi- j tional services, costing p is constructed hy Henry Hardy Construction of L e t h- says tbe Ixich Morttr Survey One of Iho wakos was seen nt close range by a team a biologist who was out on the loch in a boat. '11 ic other was .seen by a local boatman whom the team de- scribes as previously con- firmed skeptic concerning re- jwrls of the Morar 'monster'." Tlie survey, carried out by university students atid sun- jwrtod largely by donations, has accepted 3H sightings of the Morar monster, nick- named Rumors of ils presence back to 3M7 ami it is said the loeli may a whole family of Further for Iho .Morao: dossier has come from Ixnrd Glendevon, a former imder- of state for Scot- lanff, who recalls a fishing trip in when his trout rot! dragged from his hands and snapped in two by an "appallingly h e a v y" oiib- merfied creature. the animal was, its enormous weight pre- vented me from being able (o lift up the rod at says Lord Glendevon in a written statement to the survey. The survey te a m pi ans to use sonar underwater equip- ment later Ihis year in search of Morag. Loch Morar is 12 miles long, more than feet deep in places and once was ail arm of the sea, Prison population at record numbers OTTAWA