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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, November H 1970 Troom cut in Ireland k BELFAST (AD The num- ber of British troops trying to keep the (ware in Northern Ire- land is being slowly reduced. Authorities announced that the force will reduced G.OCO-this month. That was the size of the force before July, when (lie British govern- ment flew in reinforcements to deal with an upsurge of Catho- lic-Protestant rioting. Authori- ties feel there is less likelihood of trouble in the next few months. Police announced they had found 60 pounds of explosive ge- lignite in a car abandoned near the border oi the Irish Republic. They are looking for Die driver. Suspect p'.oads not guilty SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) John Linley Frazier. 24, pleaded not guilty today 10 five stayings at a hiufop man.-Mw. near Santa Cruz last month, after his law- yer got permission to switch the plea to insanity it he wished. A tentative Jan. 25 jury trial date was set. Frazier, a long-haired former auto mechanic, is accused of the Oct. 19 killing of Dr. Victor M. Ohta, a wealthy ophthalmol- ogist; his wife, Virginia: their two sons, Derrick and Taggart, and Ohta's secretary, Dorothy Cadwallader. The victims had been bound, blindfolded and shot, and tossed into the Ohta swimming pool. Groinyko visits Pope Paul ROME (Renter) Soviet iwas not announced in advance Foreign Minister Andrei Gro-ifor security reasons, the Vati myko paid an unannounced call jean .said. on Pope Paul in the Vatican Gromyko, in Home for three here after ending talks on days, leaves with his wife to- world problems with Italian night for a three-day sightseeing Foreign Minister Aldo Morn. I tour of northern Italy. The Soviet minister last met At today's third meeting be the Pope during a visit to Italy tween the Soviet and Italian for- I eign ministers, both sides with the Pope agreed on the need to revive the Middle East peace mission under United Nations envoy Gunnar V, Jarring and to imple- ment the 196? Security Council resolution on the Middle East. in 1966. The meeting Protest visit MILAN, Italy (AP) A homemade bomb exploded on a window of the slate university branch in Milan early Thurs- day, apparently planted by rightist groups protesting the scheduled visit of Soviet For- eign Minister Andrei Gromyko. The explosion blew out the win- dow and broke glass in nearby shops. Weds at 102 CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) Dennis Shamblin was mar- ried tor the third time Thurs- day, taking Mamie Gibson as his bride. Shamblin is 102. His new wife is 60, and also has been married twice before. Show us. Show yotireelt ki the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity ioi modern infantry training in ft man's of actionamong men. We're interested in you we look after you. You'll get experience and good You'll the benefits of 30 days leave each year, fa wefl as the opportunity to see new ptecas. The Mifitaiy Career Coun- teRor wit! give you the de- tairs on the jiowmove. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Nao'n to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15 THE CJU4ADIAN ARWED FORCES Why violence at Rochester? DE GAULIE'S KIN Charles