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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SUNNY fCXZCAST HIGH THURSDAY 65-70. The LetHbndge Herald YOU 127 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1972 PRICE NOT OVER 10 CENTS FOUR SECTIONS-------R2 PAGES Soviet battleships veer from mined SAVED FROM MINE Ron Flory, left, of Smelterville, Idaho, embraces his wife afler he walked oul of Sunshine silver mine at Kellogg, Idaho, Jo5f nighj wilh partner Tom Wilkinson, riahl. Idaho miners come back Beef breeding history made Ii> JEFF CARIU'TIIF.RS llrrnld Otlawa Bureau OTTAWA a black-as-nighl call born in Hull late lasl v.cck. is Ilic only calf in Canada per- hapt, in Ihc thai can rightly claim to have two niolhcT.-. Mm ,-ipj. iho omhl'yo Ilial is now "Tulips'' was Miivikr.lly removed from one Holslcin cow and iinplaulal in Ihc uterus of another Holslcin, a foster mother. Tulips' birth at file Animal Diseases Research In- slilnlc marked Hie first success in Canada of trans- planting between cows. Seven similar calves are expected lo be born dur- ing Ihe nest, few weeks, all of I hem, like Tulips, mir- lurt'd Ihronpli Ihe. first nine monlhs of Ineir men! by ;i Cosier mailer. Thr icvlniinnr lo hr. very useful in roUle ij'iin hrrrj fnsln mnlhris. Hi iR-ing a hrnmwc Ircnl.menl, a single dmwr cow nl MipiTinr p-nelir slock could lie. made lo produce, al inn1 lilnr. Id (ir mnrc vinhle, ferlilircd rpgs. The crulil i hen develop mln calves wilh Ihe aid of ijem'licHlly-iiifcricir rosier cows. And Ihe fo.ster mothers uoiild have tut effect on Ihc Renclie of t.ho Ai le.v.i ihree rnmpnnirs linvc. been formed wil.hin ihc ihree immlli.s in siiiilliern Albert a. In perfect. ;iml mpplv Ibi' run Ir.inspliini. lo beef mn, .icon ilini! In a frrler.il aprinilfurc. drpailinml offi- cial The i.'i mips of heel breeders and ono r.ronp is in t'alRnry and nnollier in Cardslon, are iis-ini; .lersey cows as fnsler pnrenls for beef entllo ITOlm'liw from prime beef slock, Ihe officl.il said. K. .1. Avcry, head of Ihe Animal Diseases Research Inslilnlc. nuieil in :ni inlcrvicvv Tuesday thai there re- main loke, up Mie treatie.s. II was uupowihlR lo icU on HIP opposition inn- lion In pnslponc debate. llnl it was believed that. 10 of the West Herhners arc pro- If so, C'liri.s- tiaii Penmcrals have, R full voting an absolulf. miijovily, leaving Rranrll wilh fhan lie needs lo rarry Iho trealie.s and overronic upper bouse The B u n d e s r a I, or upper house, is controlled by the. Christian Democrats and will have final say on a treaties volo outcome. lU'fnro Ihe debate, and leader, Kirhard .Stuerkleii, reported In havp. met nilb ic( .imhnppodor in Bonn, Velontin Falin. Al Ihe core of Ihe siluatioii was Soviet accpctancc of a joint povornment re.solulioj] that would be accepted by Parlia- jnenl alonn with Ihc treaties. lu (lie lasl, Mvo ivorks, I be Bundeslap has been split lurally down (lie middle with neither the govern men t. ooali- fion nor the opposition showing enough lo carry nil issue. This led to the unprecedented opposition puvenimcnL meet- ings thai were aimed al estab- lishing common ground for rat- Ihe treaties which ark- (ierman lassr.s in thp. Insl. war nnd which tnko liilo nccoiuil present, (rontacrs. Quehcc fCP) Walkouts by provincial unions contin- ued today in a mounting protest against 12-month prison sen- tences given three Quebec labor federation presidents. About construction workers were called off the job for "an indefinite period" to protest both the jail terms and whal their unions called "inade- quate conditions" but many re- ported to work at major build- JOR silei in Montreal. M hvo MonlreaJarea hospi- 1 1 s, non-medical employees who walked off the job Tuesday stayed oft Loday. Provincial operations of the CBC. English and French were affected by a 24-hour walkout which began at midnight Tues- day. Spokesmen for Ihe Na- tional Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians said the walkout was part, of a continuing dispute with the cor- poration, but they cited the im- prisonment of the Ihree labor leaders as an additional factor. Hydro-Quebec employees were asked to join ihc sympa- thy walkouts by their union leaders, but reported to work 33 usual today. UNION vSUKT) unions joined H lest demonstration Tuesday and at least one was Immedi- ately slapped with a back-to- work injunction and a lawsuit for damages. Comment from labor officials was virtually unanimous in criticizing the Quebec govern- ment and Donald MacDonald, president of the Canadian Labor Congress, called the sentences "vindictive and pu- nitive Marcel Pcpin, Louis Labcrge and Yvon C'liarboimeau were sentenced for aclvisinp defiance of injunctions ordering main- tenance of services in hospitals during an 11-day walkout lasl monlh of public service employees. The three head respectively [he 250.000 member Confeder- ation of National Trade Unions, the member Quebec Federation of Labor and the 60.000 member Quebec Teach- ers Corp. r< TORONTO i CT'-Truck No. "127 pof a s'anrjing ovation vhcii i'i spewed iis loud into Conmi i s s i o n ers Street iiicinurator Tuesday. a 1..100 pound lo.id ol roltiup rrfusc, Ihe parbapc truck was Hie first to report at, Ihc cud of (ho 30 day strike by outside workers. An cafimnled liiO.flM tons of garbage are piled throughout Dir Molro area, tlio 700 lias In wall riling, Ihc pnlf rnnrpes hnvr no cud of much Mir pricks' 'HT planting firhednlc1. hern scrubbed bill rily officials HIT. hoping dial vec-ks of Mill tlir rily normal Knrlior members of l.ocnl of Ihe Canadian Union of Public Employees ra- tified n strike settlement by n narrow 1.114 lo vole. The setl lemcnl pives I he workers nn ri.ylit per renl pay boosl. Ibis year ami leaves the 1073's raise up lo an arbilnilor. The initial increase, iv II1 raise the labor rale, np- plies to cnllcctors lo SI5-1.J10 for a 40 hour week, or SJl.O-lH a year. Metropolitan Toronto Chair- man Albert Campbell paid that uilli fringes uorlh .'ibnul Ihc men ,T! (lie labor I'.'ito uiJI have a total pnckngo ol niova than R ycnr. ;