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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, October 19, 1971 PM Heath's residence picketed by Irish MPs LONDON1 (Router) licraad- ette Devlin and Frank Mc- Manus, two Irish members of the British Parliament, picketed Prime Minister Edward Ilealh's official residence througlwiit the night to demand an immediate official inquiry into allegations of torture in Northern Ireland. They moved their protest to 10 Downing Street after earlier failing in the House of Com- mons to win parliamentary ap- proval for an emergency debate ou the charges. Despite mount- ing concern from the press, Irish MPs, and Britain's opposi- Ammunition for IRA _____________________ Trudeau is escorted by Soviet Premier Alexei Kosy- gin os they leave on official dinner in Ottawa Monday night. Prime Minister Trudeau j is in right foreground. DISTINGUISHED ESCORT Mrs. Rosy gin9 s daughter visits Soviet interested students OTTAWA (CP) The daugh- ter of Russian Premier Alexei Kosygin spent a quiet morning at Carleton University, visiting offices and talking to professors and students interested in Soviet studies. Mrs. Lyudmilla Gvishiani, a historian interested especially in modem history and Soviet- American relations, spent about half of her so-minute visit at a reception for some 70 graduate students and professors. Boy, 15, charged with murder RED DEER (CP) A 15- year-old boy charged with non- capital murder appeared in court here and was remanded to Dec. 2 for trial. The boy, a juvenile, Flanked by university offi- cials and security men, she also briefly visited the library and the Institute of Soviet and East European Studies, arousing only mild curiosity among students. "Carleton has usually been very sensible to visitors you know and she's a very nice per- commented the Univer- sity's president, Davidson Dun- ton, who accompanied her dur- ing'the visit. Although Margaret Trudeau, wife of the prime minister, was expected to accompany Mrs. Gvishiani, a university official said there was a last-minute change for which no reason had been given. Mrs. Gvishiani, wearing a plain brown coat over a bvown dress, appeared relaxed and en- joying herself. She was accom- panied by Mrs. R. A. D. Ford, wife of the Canadian Ambassa- 1111: uvyt