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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, May 11, 197J- Alberta i (3 11 BVPA A EDMONTOM (C'P) Steps experienced engineers Lo will be taken In ensure that M- bcrta will lie Ihc staging number of engineers for the federal know how lo build roads in proposed all weather muskeg and jwrmatrost to the Arc-Lie, 1 'runner lew, and Alberta is fortu- Loughecd indicated in the in having some highly com- islature Mr. Taylor Mr. I.oughiwl said there is need for ilie province lo Loughecd said it was an that the STO million to suggestion that he million road will, in fact, lake up with Don Jamie- mence here in Alberta when Hie federal transport move primarily through comes to Alberta. [Q C'onslmction on the new Gordon Taylor (RC. Drum- way, which will run more a former highways min- 1.000 miles along Ihe ister. paid Alhcrla might move: zip. River valley to the highwav ahead much faster on the Arctic coast, is to by offering" some of its highly- this Embattled boss PITTSBURGH (API W. the money used to pay (Tony) Boyle, embattled the slayings. dent "of the United Stine 59, his wife Mar- ers union, has been W, and their daughter before a federal grand jury 25, were shot to death investipating (lie murders their home in Clarksville, union insurgent Joseph Dec. 31, 1969. (Jock) Yablonski and his weeks earlier, Yablon- and daughter, a federal had lost a bid to unseat ney said as president of Ihe UMW Sources also said was about to appear before Richards, Ernie's executive federal grand jury investigat- sistant, had been summoned union activities in Washing- fore the grand jury, along D.C. at least one other government claims he union assassinated specifically to U.S. Attorney Richard him from testifying at that burgh confirmed that Boyle was to appear before the grand Two men have been convicted today, but refused to shooting the three Yablon- nnv aspects of lite and sentenced to die in the But sources close lo the electric chair, said Boyle and Mis two both District were to be asked about recently were ar- transfer of from the in the case, accused ot ion's national treasury in up the murders. ington, D.C., to the UMVTs week, a federal judge set trict 19. with its headquarters Boyle's 1969 election, Middlesboro. Boyle with violating Prosecutor Richard regulations. Earlier, Sprague, in charge of had been convicted of Ille- ing the state's case against using union funds for polit- seven defendants arrested activities. He has denied far in the killings, said connection with Yablonski's week that the repre- Life on Mars TORONTO TCP) An official of the United States space ex- ploration program says manned U.S. spaceships will leave for Mars within 15 to 20 years and likely discover "some lorm ol lower Dr. Werner von Braun, deputy Hijacker appeals sentence CALGARY (CP) Paul Jo- seph Cini, 23, serving a life sentence for hijacking an Air Canada jetliner last Nov. 12, Wednesday filed a notice of ap- peal in Alberta Supreme Court appellate division. Cini was found guilty on sev- en charges ia iiie hijacking, ranging from possession of ex- plosives ot kidnapping. Four of the charges carry possible life Chief JuMire J. V. H. Mil-; vain of AllKjrL.; Supreme Court I had rejected a defence claim j that Cini was insane and that) the hijcckiiii: WAS a suicidal; act. The chief jus-Lice had said Cini look preat nnin? nnt rn be killed during Mic seven hours he had control nf Ihe DC-n, nlight fll2 from Vancouver to Toronto with J11 passengers on board. associate administrator of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, made the comment in an interview. Dr. von Braun said the Mars exploration will be made by a convoy of spaceships, manned by astronauts, scientists and medical experts. "I'm not saying that every part of Mars mil have life, but I expect that at least there will be some oasis of life here and there. "There's local volcanic ac- tion, water and warmth and these things Indicate that indeed there is life." He said data 'and pictures from the recent Mariner 9 un- manned mission to Mars have contradicted earlier estimates by space officials Uiat Mars is a "dead bou'y" similar to the moon. "Thai's not the case. Now we know there are clear seasonal effects, clouds and very dy- namic surface features. We've found one volcano that's bigger than the main volcanic island on Hawaii. "The chances of finding at least lower liCe cm Mars have grown tremendously. "If an American president, for any reason, decided it was necessary to land a man on Mars by 19B5, we could pull it off." Edmonton nurse named In CYC OTTAWA 'CP; Marilyn As-sheton Smith of Edmonton Jins U'L.-n appf-iiiU-d to ihc cnun- cil of (hn CoinjK'.'.iy o( Canadians, Si-r reiary of Gerald announml yes- terday. Mrs. Asslu-l'jn Smilh, n nurse who hai; wnrkfi for sev- eral yc.-.-irs v.ilh Indi.'iii and Me- tis piMipU1. luipointM April, 20 tor a three year Inrm, j NKW f V-IITS Tlir.MiKU HAY (CCi Hr Amlrttj is. iK'im I tn" ;i! Mm Univer.'.ii v o i' v.i- ivum-d nCW piv n[ ;-h Cfllor of i.t in-. I I School trustee salary motion is rcjccLcd (CD A motion Uiat would have set. salaries for hcfore Ihc next civic olfTlion was rejected by the public school board. Trustee Hnrald Tiunderson lirul proposed Uiat a coinniiltoc lie established six months lie- an election lo owiluale and surest. Hie, amount to he paid lo Ihc chairman and members of the bnnrd "for the period following immediately afler th? next, rloclion and remaining in cft'cd Ihc next The molion was defealod on thai, the present hoard has no lo set the salary for a honnl mil olrdcfl, it comes down to memhrrs sellim; their mvn snl ;iry is a Mr. (i underpin said. "'I Jiri'f- is never a limn li'-forc ;in I'lerljon there is lldll.'' WIFE'S CONGRATULATIONS Finnnce Minister John .Turner gets n kiss from his wife Geills after presenting his first budget in Ottawa. No changes in highway speed limit EDMONTON (CP) The government hag decided not to fiifike iTuy diu.sliu chungus in highway speed limits in Alber- ta, Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne told the legislature Wednesday. "It's difficult to come !ip with a uniform speed limit that is satisfying to the whole of tlio Mr. Copithorne said. "We have lo sel them in such a way that they will be com- 1 patible to the he told 1 George Ho Lem (SC Cal- gary who had asked if consideralion is being given to a uniform speed limit on the Edmonton Calgary Highway, where the limit now ranges from CO lo 70 miles an hour. Mr. Copithorne said that in Montana, where there are no highway speed limits ami the rule is a "just and pru d e n t spec statistics show the death rate on slate highways has had "a dramatic climb." As for enforcing minimum speed limits on highways, Mr. Copithorne said "we feel that each driver should be able lo judge whether he is exceeding his maximum driving nbiEly." 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