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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta C, 7? CLOUDY FORECAST HIGH TUESDAY NEAR 55. e Herald i? ir it LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1972 PRICE NOT OVER 10 CENTS, FOUR SECTIONS 44 PAGES line ROUNDING UP DRAFT DODGERS While the North Vietnamese offensive pushes on, life continues in Saigon, South Vietnamese military police round up draft dodgers and deserters in tarn Son Square in Saigon during the weekend. (AP Wirephoto) .gislature gr s on -No and in siglit Penitentuiry prisoner joins walk KINGSTON, Out. CCP) A prisoner walked out of MilUiaven penitentiary Sat- urday, kept going for miles and returned lo prison carrying pledges worth The guards never batted an eye. He was a long-term pris- oner who was permitted to join Kingston's Miles for Millions walk. There were 5.000 partici- pants in the Kingston march. RyGREGMrlNTVnr; Herald Waff Writer EDMONTON It's the 45th day of sitting for Al- berta's first Progressive Conservative legislature with no end in sight. Government house leader Lou Hyndman sax's ask tire opposition how long the spring session will last, they're the ones who can hold tilings up. Veteran Social Credit MLA Gordon Taylor predicts the session will recess the first Friday in June. Chilly weather here, however, isn't assisting an early adjournment. Mr. Hyndman notes whimsically, "recent history shows that when the sun shines brightly and the birds sing and the soil warms up, an increase can be seen in the pace of the assembly and the conduct of busi- ness." With the addition of nil royally hearings later this mnnt.h, the session is likely lo exceed Ihe 12 week av-< frnge. over