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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 27, 1974 THe LeiHBBIDQfe HERALD The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Shares washroom Jean Tharp, 23, shares the washroom with male employees of Lornex Mining Corp., who live in the bunkhouse where she has her own room. The United Steel Workers of America has complained about the arrangement, while the company says the mining camp technician, if she is willing to wait, could have her own apartment in a building which should be ready by next summer at the camp in the southern B.C. interior at Highland Valley. Air radio Kennedy children under guard operators may protest OTTAWA (CP) Radio operators working for the federal government at air- ports and marine stations said Thursday that more "protest action" may be taken unless they win demands for job reclassifications that would bring higher pay. Bruce Hunt, national chair- man of the operators working at 154 stations across the country, said they are "more disillusioned than ever" after meetings this week with transport depart- ment officials. Many of the radio operators held a 24-hour wildcat strike early in September after nego- tiations did not bring about an agreement between their un- ion, the Public Service Alliance of Canada, and government bargainers. Mr. Hunt said government negotiators had advised the union there would be no solu- tion to the reclassification and related salary problems until 1975. The radio operators run electronic equipment that is used in air and sea transport. Their salaries range between about and Mr. Hunt said in an inter- view that the union would report the results of this week's meetings with the government officials to members and they would make up their minds on what action to take. WASHINGTON (AP) Six children of the late Senator Robert Kennedy and the son of one of his sisters were pro- tected by the Secret Service earlier this month because of a kidnap threat still under investigation by the FBI, of- ficials said Thursday. In addition, increased police protection was provided the home and children of Senator Edward Kennedy, in McLean, Va., a Washington suburb. The kidnap investigation ap- parently is focused in the Bos- ton area, where six of Robert Kennedy's 11 children either attend school or live. The other Kennedy child protected "for a short says a treasury department, official, was Christopher Law- ford, son of actor Peter Law- ford and the former Patricia Kennedy, who now are divorced. Treasury Undersecretary Edward Schmults said White House Counsel Philip Buchen and Treasury Secretary William Simon gave their per- sonal approval for the special Secret Service protection and were kept advised of developments. Schmults said he doesn't know if President Ford was informed. The protection for the Ken- nedy children began Sept. 13 and ended Sept. 20, he said. Neither the FBI nor treasury officials would provide details of the alleged kidnap conspiracy. Officials said Christopher Lawford was protected as a student at Tufts University in Boston. Two of Robert Kennedy's children, who were briefly in New Hampshire and Vermont, were also protected there, Schmults said. Edward Martin, an aide to Edward Kennedy, said his of- fice received a call Sept. 12 from a Boston FBI official who said: "There is a propos- ed conspiracy to kidnap one of the children." A high police source in Boston said the threat was a general one against "all children of Kennedy blood." In Boston, FBI Special Agent Jim Newpher said that several days before Sept. 14, "The FBI received informa- Jion concerning an alleged plot to kidnap a child of one of the Kennedy families." Newpher said all six familiar with the investiga- Kennedy families with tion said the FBI has iden- children were notified. tified a number of persons "Our investigation is contin- Newpher said. Another Boston source kidnap plot. believed to have devised the Galley's release blocked WASHINGTON (AP) A United States federal appeals court judge temporarily blocked on Thursday the release of former U.S. Army Lieut. William D. Calley, who had been ordered freed by a lower court judge in reversing Galley's conviction for murder in the My Lai massacre. Chief Judge John Brown of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans granted a stay of the lower court order until Monday to allow the army time to pre- sent a written motion for a 15- day stay. The justice department au- thorized the army to seek the 15-day delay to allow time for government lawyers to decide whether to appeal Wednesday's order by U.S. District Judge Robert Elliott of Columbus, Ga. WILDE ROSE HOMES Showing Their Fine Line of Single and Double Wide Mobile Homes. Also N.H.A. Approved Modular Homes. BUY NOW AND SAVE AT WILDE ROSE HOMES Located 1 block North of the Water Tower on Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-2732 2102-2nd Ave. North NOW LEASING woodward tower at lethbridge centre Lethbridge Centre heralds the beginning of a very dramatic and comprehensive redevelop- ment located in the heart of the citys central business district.This Woodward Stores Limited, conveniently pro- vides a prestigeous off ice tower, many fine commercial shops, a two-storey Woodward's department store, a Woodward's famous food floor, an automotive service centre, a twin cinema, and ample parking. woociward tower The comfort of air conditioning on every floor. Fluorescent lighting provides 75 to 100 foot candle illumination. Custom drapes on all exterior windows. Vinyl asbestos tile floors in rental areas. Men's and ladies' washrooms on every floor. Three automatic, high speed elevators serve all levels. Complete maintenance service. Located in the heart of the city's business district. tor additional information contact or Mr. G. C. (Gary) hA LefnDTtoye centre wo. 2nd St and 4th Ave. S. LctnbridQe, Alberta Phone 327-9211. HEAD OFFICE Centra Ltd. 101 Vcncetnwr. B.C. vra 4Oi ;