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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE LETHRRIDGE HERAIP lueulciy, Mny 16. '972 ACCUSED OF SHOOTING WALLACE This is a lapel button bearing a picture of Anhur Bremer, who is accused of shooting presidential candidate Gov. George Wal- lace Monday a! Laurel, Md. The picture is believed lo have been made while Bremen attended high school in Milwaukee and was found in Bremen's Milwaukee apartment. (AP Wirepholo) North Vietnam air headquarters U.S. bomber attack S A I (1 0 N (AT) U.S.', age done by nearly strikes: Sunday its bombers had de- fighter-bombers wrecked North i in North Vietnam during Hie s t r o y e d the Dragon's Vietnam's air defence head-1 last week, [bridge at Tlianh lloa, 80 miles quarters on edge of! The command also disclosed .sonlJi of Hanoi, a key link in Hanoi and cut the main pipeline j lhal air strikes against North North Vietnam's supply net- feeding tanks and supply trucks j Vietnam have been stepped up work, on the northern front in South I lo nn average of 250 a day in Vietnam, Ihe command an-1 the campaign ordered by Presi- nounced loday. I CUT CHINA LINKS dent Nixon a week ago to choke Intelligence reports have said i off .supply routes to the South. Russian technicians and advis- ees were known '.o be working in the headquarters, but I hero j The command had announced was no immediate comment on earlier that both the northwest this from the command. and northeast rail lines between A six-page communique re- Hanoi and China had been cut, ported the assessment of dam- i and the 7th Air Force reported Spokesmen estimated the Vietnamese bad month's supply of fuel close at hand lor their tanks and vclii- cles in the south. Fighting in the 4fl-riay North Vietnamese offensive slowed, but the reason was not immedi- ately clear. One U.S. military source said the Commimisls may have pulled back to Commons debate ex of labor leaders pected jailing OTTAWA fCPI Sources say they expect all parties vviil agree lo debate a Commons mo- lion today calling for committee study of sUitemenls hy New Democrat leader David Lewis regarding Ihe judge who re cenlly sentenced three Quebec I Lewis remarks were a blanket bench, lie thinks he's God." A 90-im'nule dehalc is ex- urging workers to ignore injunc- pecled before a decision on; lions ordering Quebec unions whether the matter is sent to the Commonn justice committee for detailed consideration and a report. Mr, Diefenbaker said the back to work during recenl gen- eral strikes. Mr. Lewis added that "the moment a defeated Liberal or Conservative is appointed to Ihe idalc their forces. South Vietnamese forces con- tinued to push out from Hue to keep the North Vietnamese from getting close enough for an all-out altack on the old Im- perial capital. Government troops sweeping in the path of B-52 raids uncov- ered about ]0 tons of artillery, rocket, mortar and small arms ammunition stockpiled at var- ious points for attacks on Hue. A cache of mortar shells was found less lhaji two miles northeast of Fire Base Bas- togne, which the South Vietnam- ese recaptured Monday. Bas- togne is 12 miles southwest of Hue. Radio Hanoi claimed today that U.S. bombers had de- stroyed the North Vietnamese capital's main waterworks sta- tion and destroyed or exten- sively damaged dike and dam systems in four provinces, in- cluding that holding back the Red River near the Hanoi air- port. The broadcast charged that hundreds of civilians had been killed or wounded in the bombing attacks. Hanoi's official Vietnam news agency reported Monday that Expresses concern for students ti v labor leaders [o a year in jail. Lucicn Lamoureux said Monday he had serious doubts whether a motion to de- bate the case, put by former Conservative prime minister John DicfonbaJtcr, is procedur- correct. condemnation of the judiciary and could lead only (o national lawlessness and chaos. Mr. Lewis told the United Steelworkers of America at a policy conference Saturday lhal "any judge who has the stupid- ity to impose the savage ch, he thinks he s bod. i v s ,anes had d d nlincs 'That s the characteristic of a Sunday )n mouths rjvers judge who sits on the bench. Mr. Diefenbaker, who said he presented his motion with a "very heavy said the judici'ary is unah'e to defend it- self from remarks of a dispar- aging nature. A Commons corn- But Hie Commons governs il- lence of one year in jail on the j mittee should study the situa- self. and wilh unanimous con i (Jjoj mailer be consi- dered. He discussed the issue with party leaders Monday and sources said later the motion is Ihrec union leaders has no right j tion and report. to bo on ibe bench in any court House leaders for all Hie par in this land. CONTEMPT CONVICTIONS c.xpected to come before the! The Ihrec. labor heads were House today. i found in contempt of court for KPMUNTON (1.D A bill vln'cli would provide (lie oppor- tunity mveylifjalkm, public iicarings and a full-scale dc- bnlo in the legislature before any future hydro development takes within Alberta was pi von first reading Monday. The proposed amendments to (he Hydro and Energy Acl call for an investigation ,-iml public hff'irincs before the KncTiiy Resources Conserva- lion Board can approve con- fii.niclion of n hydro develop- ment. The board would then have !o make a recommendation to DIP cabinet, which would pre- pare a bill for debate in the minister of tele- phones and utilities, said Ihe board would have to refer any application for a hydra devel- opment to both the ministers of environment and lands and for- ests. Agricultural committee approved CALGARY (CP) A com- mittee to study r-n onlmaled marketing of agricultural pro- duct in Ihe four western prov- inces lia.s been