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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy, Otlober 24, 1971 THE IFTHBRIDGt HfHAlD XI IN told i In loving memory of Elcnn, who passed October 24, In our hearts you will always stay, Loved r.nd remomljcrcd pc Sadly missed by the family. (AP) The Soviet thr has told 36 more pa SAPAR1K In loving families Ihey can cmi- ag ory of our dear daughter without paying con- sister, Emily, who passed away October 24, diploma tax, but it an Iso withdrew the exit visas is- elt Deep in our hearts a to another family last sc is Jewish sources report. sc Of one we loved and will exemptions Monday as to the number of Please Lord lEkc cave of families told they can w. as she takes her without paying the heavy tn Because on earth she AH were given 10 clays (o to one of the out of the country1, the m remembered and said. ly missed by mom, ded. those in the latest Larry, Bradley and is 27-year-old Gabriel who is married to Jud- VEKBOVNI In loving Silver Shapiro of Cincinnati, 3hio. 017 of a dear husband, don't believe ii! I just Alex, who passed believe said Mrs. 25. when her husband (old His weary hours and days during a telephone conver- pain. His troubled nights are Monday that he would be Krmitted to leave the Soviet And in our aching hearts She had called him dur- a news conference in Syr- He has found sweet rest N.Y., to call attention to condition of the Soviet remembered sadly missed by wife Doris, Mil-son and Ovcrn Shapiros were married in Moscow last June in a private ceremony, and Soviet SPANISH forced the bride to leave the country soon after- She has been waging a SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain campaign ever Interest in witchcraft to get him out. pears to be alive, even SENTENCE staunchly Roman was convicted in July Spain. A crov.'d of more than evading a summer military persons gathered for what session and sentenced to have been a small and year of comnulsory, out-of- mate First National Congress labor. Jewish sources Studies in he was imprisoned' for Fears mount for of man on stolen ABERDEEN, Scotland cook only joined the ship (er) Tears mounted today week ago and knows nothing the safety of a runaway navigation. cook lost in the the way out of Aberdeen North Sea aboard a trawler the trawler hit the dock hijacked but does not know another ship. The skipper to handle two British policemen The 28-year-old cook, in a second Danish vessel fied as Joergen failed to locate the Nor- left this northeast Scotland ing port more than 30 hours trawler was last seen at the helm of lire 122-ton Danish trawler Nordkap, while his captain and four crew mates were ashore. Ho. shouted miles offshore, sailing in circles, but police said today ii probably now is far oat at sea. The cook has failed to answer he was heading back to messages. Shipping and in the area liave been to keep a lookout for the tightened for here BRUSSELS (Reuter) Romanian President Ceausescu arrived today Bucharest on a three-day official visit to Belgium amid unprecedented security you know what the Albarta ombudsman does? -Are you aware of the situations his ol ments. The president and his deals with? Would you know what information to sup- were greeted at Brussels airport by King Bnudouin liim with if you felt you had a case? Queen Fabiola. The two men reviewed a military guard of honor More the king introduced Ceausescu to the members of his government. Security precautions at you don't know you have the opportunity to find out the answers to these and other questions you may have about the ombudsman and his work Wednesday at noon at Sven Erick- airport were the strictest Restaurant for such a visit. No spectators, even the customary schoolchildren, were allowed near the when Alberta ombudsman George McClellan is scheduled to address a meeting o ficial guest. The visit, at the invitation of Belgian King Baudouin, follows Immediately on last week's announcement that Romanian Foreign Minister Covneliu Ma-ncscu, who symbolized his country's independent foreign policy, was being replaced. His successor, George Maco-vescu, accompanied the presi dent. Another member of the visiting party is loan Avrom industry minister lor machine Southern Alberta Counci on Public Affairs. The meeting is open to the public. It will be your chance to come and ask Mr. McClellan, former commissioner of the RCMP, questions about his work. Perhaps you even have a complaint or a case y o u think might come within his jurisdiction, hut aren't sure. You can find out Wednesday. The council is holding its meeting Wednesday instead o for this month only, enable Mr. McClellan to ad- he meeling. He is speak- Thursday to a limclicon of the Allwrto Urban i Municipalities Association. al million EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta cabinet this weekend was judged more works than Prime Minister or Opposition Leader Robert Slanfield. The cabinet sold for SI while Mr. Slanficld and prime minister went for (CP) The mere each at an government will make sponsored hy the least million available Fund For Organized winter works programs, lion Minister Bert Hnhol said The politically were tioned in the form of Hohol said several pro- aulhographcd photographs have developed in with thai of the cabinet department including dividually signed hy farm management project in agriculture department. The pictures wore details on Ihe pro- auctioned for arc expected lo an- than f23 ,000. About during Ihe silling of couples paid each to legislature which resumes tend the animal event. 1 days in September for participating in a protest against the diploma tax. The lax was decreed Aug. 3 and is based on the years the has spent in Soviet schools. For some doctors and scientists it could run as high as The Soviet government first waived the tax last week about the lime Moscow and Washing- ton signed a major trade agree- .ent. It is generally assumed at the Russians arc trying lo ipease members of the U.S. .natc who arc threatening to Ihe key clause of the jreement granting most-fa- red-nation status to the So- et Union unless the Soviet ivernment lifts the diploma I Dubrov said. tax. But there hos been no in- dication that the Kremlin would repeal the tax. A young Soviet Jew said he and his mother had their exit visas cancelled Monday after getting them last week when tlie lax was first waived. Andrei Dubrov, 22, said he was with Ills mother at ths of- fice of visas and foreign regis- tration clarifying the docu- ments when a representative of the military committee for his Moscow district arrived. The officer summoned him into a room, told him the visas were annulled and that he must sign a draft summons, which he refused to do. No reason given for the action, Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PKESS Clifford Lewis, who retired 14 years ago KS dean of Ihe Ontario College of Education, after a brief ill- ness. Chec K. Ciian, 25, from Malaysia, who svon a silver medal in judo at (he 1988 Olympics and was studying at the University of Alberta, afler a fall while skat- ing. Princeton, Daniel Sclilumberger, 67, a French archeologist who was doing re- search at the Institute for Ad- vanced Study here, of a heart attack. Harris, 76, of Toronto, president of Atlas Ra- dio Ltd., Canadian na tional chairman of the Stale of Israel Bond organization and vice-president of (he Zionist Or- ganization of Canada. Par! motorcycle racer Dave Simmonds, of burns following an accident at i trailer camp. 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