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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE inHBRlDG! HERAIU Tuesday, Oclc-ber 10, 1972 3 killed flying to Fort Macleod PENTFCTON1, B.C. (CP1 Three members of a Nanaimo, B C, family died Saturday wiien their light plane crashed shortly after taking off from here. Tony Glcsbrcclit was nt tnc controls of his single-engine Boacticraft Muskateer, taking his wife, Eleanor, and son, Fred, 17, lo visit relatives In Fort MacIecxS. Alia. An air search began when the family was reported overdue on [he flight from Penticton to Lcthbridge, Alto. The wreckage was spotted Sunday morning, about 10 miles west of this Okanagan Valley communih Put your money to work And earn up to The Canada Savings Bonds are on sale in denominations ranging from S50 to S25.000. And they offer an average annual yield ol 7.30% il held to maturity in 1984. That's a highly competitive interest rale on your savings dollars. And you have the freedom to cash in your bonds anytime. You'll always gel what you paid plus any interest due. But il you do hold your Canada Savings Bonds until maturity, you will more than double your money. And you'll have security. Canada Savings Bonds are backed by the resources of our country. if you'd like to put your money to work in Canada and tor Canada, buy Canada Savings Bonds. Just drop into our office or telephone us. We'll be glad to help. Merrill Lynch, Royal Securities Limited .SBO-Seventti Avenue S.W. Calgary 2, Alberta 265-7240 Merrill Lynch, Royal Securities: We're bullish on Canada. Merrill Lynch Royal Securities Limited. Calgary, Charlotlelown. Hainan, Hamilton. Montreal. Ottawa. Quebec Oty, Rcgrna, Sainl Jofin, John's, Toionlo, Vancouver, Victtxia. Winnipeg. U Deaf boy when lie ignored order CULTURE AND SOPHISTICATION A I and school in Orland to perform, the young prima ballerinas en only a few fall in love wilh the arduo the lessons of elegance, grace, and fluid m itlle girl's first visii to the world of culture o, Fla. While wailing in line for their turn gage in a discussion of the art. And while us pursuit of dance perfeclion, all will learn ovement. BELFAST (AP) The Drit-i sh army and police are in- vestigating the shooting by troops of a youth who dis- obeyed an order to halt and who was later claimed by his family to be deaf. Tho investigation followed rioting which erupted in Lon- donderry after a parade mark- ing the fourth anniversary of the start of the civil rights cam- paign in Northern Ireland. The parade came at the end of a weekend of sectarian vio- lence which left at least two dead and a six-year-old-hoy se- riously wounded by a bullet in the back of lus head. The deatlis raised Northern Ire- land's fatality toll to 597 in three years of bloodshed. The youth who died was Alex- ander Moorel'cadv a 17-year-old Protestant of Newtownwards County Tyrone. The army sale he was seen carrying an objec and trying to clamber over a wall Saturday night shortly after a bomb had been throwi at a troop patrol. The army said the youth nored shouted commands to stop and was shot dead by men of the Ulster Defence monl, the Northern Ireland part-time militia. No weapon vas found near his body. Relatives later told police tlie oy was hard of hearing and could not have heard Ihe com- mands. Ths killing recalled an ncident last year when troops shot dead a menially retarded deaf-and-dumb youth during ri- oting in Strabane. At Ihe time, the army said the boy had been waving a gun 3ut local people said he had showing an anti-riot rub- aer bullet he had picked up. More than 50 youths ramp- aged through Londonderry late Sunday after breaking away from a civil rights march which passed through the city. Tlie mob attacked an army post and tried to smash down its gates. Troops fired rubber bullets lo break up the attack In Belfast, six-year-old James was taken to hospital after he was found lying wounded near his home In (ho Roman Catholic Turf Lotlgo district. FIND nUI.LET His mother thought at first he had fallen from a wall but a doctor fount! he had a bullet In his head. The army said no troops were involved in the Incident. The area is a stronghold of tha Irish Republican Army. A Catholic church at Helen's Bay, Dundonald, was damaged when a bomb estimated to con- tain about 100 ppunc'G of ex- plosives exploded inside a ca- nisler just outside the building. Troops said they hit four gun- men in separate battles in Catholic areas of Belfast Bun- day night. Chou is only logical man to succeed Mao SHANGHAI (AP) If Mao' sc-tung riled tomorrow, the only logical man lo succeed lim as the all-powerful Chair- man of the Chinese Communist party would be Premier Chou En-la i. But Chou at 74 is only f-ir years younger than Mao. ".JO takes over when Chou goes? Two men are talked of here as possible candidates. Each is prominent, not only in Shanghai, but national politics. One is Yao Wen-yuan, critic, author and protege of Mao's wife, Chiang Ching. The other is Chang Chun-chiao. chairman of tho Shanghai Municipal Rev- olutionary Committee and first secretary of the local Commu- nist party. Yao is its second secretary. Predicting who will take over he leadership of China is an unprofitable exercise. For years, Liu Shao-chi was Mao's ieir apparent. During the 19G6- C9 cultural revolution he lost presidency, deputy chairmanship of the party, his freedom. Sentence a lesson SANFORD, Fla. (AP) Say- Ing the sentence should be "a lesson (o all young a judge has handed a life pvison term to an 18-year-old amateur boxer who police said robbed and killed an elderly store- keeper with a meat cleaver while high on marijuana. "I hope marijuana is never legal- Judge Richard Muldrcw told Stanley DeBose as the youth was led away. Defence Minister Lin Piao in- herited tlie successor's mantle. Scarcely more than two years later he was dead, branded a renegade and traitor. YAO ACTIVE Yao's name at present Is In the forefront of those being spoken of in Shanghai as lead- ership material. One of the rea- sons is that he is more active in Peking, where he is a mem- her of the politbuvo, than Chang, mayor of Shanghai, Yao is comparatively young, in his 50s, and a literary fire- brand of the revolution. He writes skilfully in a polemic manner which appeals to Mao, himself a poet and essayist. The Knight newspapers in a dispatch from Peking said that Chou En-lai in an interview with 20 visiting U.S. editors re- ferred to Yao repeatedly in dis- cussing the question of Mao's successor. Chou listed only Yao in the present hierarchy as being in 'the desired younger age bracket." He said Yao was over SO. Warren Phillips, editorial di- rector of the Wall Street Jour- nal, quoted Chou as saying in effect that a collective lead- ership would succeed Mao. "With such a big country and the problems facing us, how in you have only one succes- Chou asked. MORE WAREHOUSES A total of m warehouses ci- ther were built or expanded in Edmonton in 1971. PREMIER CHOU CHAIRMAN MAO WLCK5 SMS HE'S ROTTEN. Although he's Canada's mos widely syndicated caMconisi, Bon says lie's roHen o drawing, and That who! he really cnjcys is playing wil.i I fie words under Ihe cartoon. In Weekend! 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