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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 DIED IN CLASH DACCA, Bangladesh (Keuter) The Bangladesh foreign min- istry said 30 pci-sons were killed in a clash last in the southern of Khulna be- Bengalis and members of the minority Bihnri community. WON'T PRESS C1IAKGES WASHINGTON (AD The slate department sajs the So- viet embassy lias made it known it docs not intend to press charges against a 17- year-old girl who poured blood over the head of a Russian dip- lomat Wednesday. WATCH! SEASON" Two cops, who quit the force to become private detectives, are quickly thrust into a hunt for a killer who has eluded the police for 12 years. A 1971 DRAMA, starring Robert Hooks, Stephen Brooks, Walter Brennan, Mercedes McCambridge and Neville Brand. HCNDAT I6HTMCV1E TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION Monday, Morth 20, 1972 THE UTHBSIDOE HERAID 5 Oddities in the News THE WILL AND THE WAY a Chihuahua owned by Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Davis of Dallas, Tex., shows how she can move when necessary. The upper photo shows "Lady" in normal stance, but when she ho-, to move in a hurry, she hikes her posterior and takes off. The dog was struck by an that resulted in a back which nec- essitates her having to "trot" in this unusual position.___________________........_____ for Grande Prairie o mill cost KONG KONG (Router) North Vietnamese doctors have killed a 10-inch long "monster" with head, tongue, leeth and legs growing inside a 22-year-old man, the North Vietnamese news agency re- ported. ihrj monster was located between the liver, ttie right kidney and the right the news agency .snicl today. 'It weighed 1.5 kilograms (Ihree pounds five ounces) and measured 25 centimetres (10 inches) in length. It nad a monstrous tongue capping the head which had a cyclopic eye and vestiges of the jaw with well-formed The neck passed through the diaphragmatic muscle of the subject and links its lug head to an imperfect abdomen which has inferior limbs re- sembling two chicken the article said. OTSU, Japan (API Urg- ing the 13 other member.? of the louii assembly to support his candidacy for Tsu- omu Jodai said he was "car- e t and determined enough stake my then out a four-inch knife, ut his left hand on a table nd cut off Ms little linger. This is to prove niy inten- ons are honorable anJ I and by them as a aid Jodai, who is [w and the hief of a fishery co-operative. He was taken to hospital nd was reported in saLisfac- ory condition today. BATHUnST, Australia Router) Journalist lam Harcourt, fined S2CO and >anned from driving for a month for speeding at 102 m.p.h., told the court he was lurrying to interview stale Transport Minister Milton road safety. DIDAM, Holland (Reuter) A local women's footbal team has had to withdraw from league competition be- cause seven players arc preg- nant. MONTREAL of the most unique models ever built in Canada left yesterday in two heated baggage cars on Ca- nadian National's Super Conti- nent! bound for Grande Prai- rie, Alta. Wrapped In tape and parlderl with sponge rubber is a industrial-design model of the pulp production area of an million mill being built in the northern Alberta city by Proc- This June, more than 130 countries will meet in Stockholm for (Via first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment. We want your help to ensure that the views of Canadians are known to those who must establish Ihe official position our delegation takes atthe conference. Over the past year, Canada has been represented on a UN Committee preparing lor the conference. The result is a UN Action Plan for international co-operation against pollution which Is being submitted to the nations will participate at Stockholm, Canada will gather public opinion on Ihe plan in two ways: 1) a national committee with broad representation from our society is studying Ihe Plan and offering comments and 2) a series of public meetings across lha country is seeking advice from the Interested public. The combined comments and advise be used to guide our delegates. You can take part. Simply forward the coupon in this advertisement to the address given. Details of Ihe Aclion Plan be sent to you along with information on how you can present your views. Regional Consultations: You are invited to allend one of the public meetings and speak on your own proposal. Your hearing will be held: Vancouver Vancouver Hotel Yellowknlte Royal Canadian legion Reglna Saskatchewan Hotel Toronto St. LawienceHall Montreal Bonaventure Hold Frederlcton Lord Beaverbroofc Hotel St. Johns, Nlld. Newfoundland Hotel Halifax Holiday Inn Charlottetown Inn Edmonton Edmonton Inn Winnipeg Winnipeg Inn April 5 April 10 April 13 April 17 April 2! April 24 April 26 Aptil 23 2.00 April 29 May 3 MayS pm-iaOO (Environment Environnemen Canada Canada Yes subrft ft Hufrfan ENVIRONMENT CANADA BOX 8036 OTTAWA, ONTARIO K1G3P9 0 an English D French D digest the UN Action Plaft NJ V' I I ler and Gamble Co. of Canada L'd. The model, scaled at three quarters of an inch to the foot depicts the maze of inlricat piping, platforms and tanks i the production area. The three-dimensional modi will replace drawings and blue prints as the major on-sit working tool during constructs of the production area wrier wood is broken into chips, csted into an oatmeal-like pul and I hen bleached. ONI A' PART This area represents aboi acres or one-eighth of tl total mill area. The rest of tl plant will be built from blu prints. The mill Is slated to hog operation in mid 1973 and T produce more than ton of bleached pulp annually. Som 7W persons will lie employed mill and associated woo lands operations. Dssign models have been us in construction projects in Ca ada before but mainly as arc! tectural, check or training mo els. Contractors still had to fc low blueprints during building Procter and Gamble detid that, while blueprints wou have been cheaper than t model, there would be a saving over the long haul, as well as Increased efficiency during ac- tual construction of the mill. A company s-pokesman said in an interview that "by building the model, we discovered cer- tain construction problems that would not have shown up in blueprints. We would have needed of blueprints and even then there could be errors such as pipes running into other pipes and the like. PROBLEMS ISOLATED "'File beauty of this method is that problems can be isolated and correcled in the design process rather than during ac- dial construction when it is very j costly. And Ihe flexibility of this method allows us to make j major changes as we go along.11 During transit, the model will b2 in sections. It normally stands 12 feel, six inches wide by 17 feet, Iwo inches long and reaches heights of 15 feet, seven i inches. i At Ihe construction site it will IK reassembled to give company engineering and pro- duction personnel an over-all view of the model. Then sec- tions will be given lo various contractors for work on their sections. The model was built In (he Montreal offices of Sandwell and Co. Ltd., a Vancouver- based engineering firm. It took nine months to build and up to 1J persons were working on it at TO HEAD SHAPE SHAPE, Belgium (AP) Lt. Gen. John W. Vogt of the U.S, Air Force will succeed Gen. Horace M. Wade as chief ol staff of Supreme Allied Headquarters Allied Powers Europe on May l, tte head- quarters announced here. Envoy named JfADRID (Reuter) Do aime Delibes has bet ippointed Spain's ambsssad o the United Nations to tal jver fi-cm Don Jsime c'e Pin- es, who is to be his country's envoy to Britain, it was an- nounced here. Alba, at present Spanish am- bassador to Belgium, has pre- viously served as ambassador n the PhillippLnes and Brazil. STACKING and DRYER COMPARE YOU'LL BUY WESTINGHOUSE Get into an excit- ing high profit in- dustry, i .become a dealer for ALL POWER SPORTS (1972) LTD. The outdoor power sports, recreational and leisure time industry has thegrea test profit potential ol any rn Cansda todayorforthe years ahead DEALERSHIPS ARC NOW AVAILABLE fOR AL- BERTA. SASKATCHEWAN, N.W.T., BRITISH COLUM- BIA AND THEI YUKON. 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