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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight -25; high Tuesday -10. The lethkidge Herald FOR 1975 VOL. LXV No. 301 LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA, DECEMBER 4, PRICE NOT OVER 10 CENTS TWO SECTIONS 22 PAGES Holiday ends in air tragedy SANTA CSJJX DS TENS- YJFE CAP) A holiday foe ropean toursas coded in .'ew Yari limes Service JELR-USALO? Foreign Mirssvsr Abba Eban -said in s: Saturday that Jordsa cooki IT CAN K FUN most members of elder cn cursing their IvcJc curing the weekend ct net living in Tchm or cny number of ether wcrmer c'il.-nes, the youngsters pulled out their sleds end mcde the best cf it, even though ths temperature zero most cf the weekend, these five fiuffy znches cf new were jyst too much resist. MONTANA DEEP-FREEZE HAS US IN ITS Hireinen committed to trial A 34-yesr-oia san bas eoinznitted to stand tr ssn-caoJial jnaroer in connsc- ticjn with the tnio-Jiii? csaia of 16-year-oid Angeia Sisnier of Letabridge. VXW.zm David ThreinKi "win be tried at the Jan. 15 letb- braige siSng' tbe Alberta Court. He was cossmiiies fcr trial Io2ow5sg a pre-Ssniaa srhich endsfj Friday. Tse bsar- isg rxhided six days of tgss- spread over several weess of ara 22-S. The l-eariiig was dsssd 'Ss guerrma Dozens of ISA cbreftans reported to bare Ssd to North- ern Ireland frcsn the republic to evads trres Irish President Banwn de Ya- Jsrs. Officials at Scotland Yard ssid Ess of wanted ISA men have rone to British air and sea ports to prevent them seeking sanctuary in Britain. Unliss Ixorihem Ireland and the repabHc. the ISA is not an i-sinbers could only be exported by court order, once they succeeded in entering the already have uct questions is tbe Srhisa Parriamsrt demanding sn esd to tas anomaly and the out- Ehaii declined io say vnjeiber Israel pens. Sy the IScsJem bc-ry p-aj a insjor cz casesiss is sry peace said yhgfc "ssscisl states'7 a ssk ''IsrstA csss not cMs ezclosiire cr cn> lataral respcasbiliiy ever bohr places cf the ioreign missier said daring the Md in ids ofScsisre. does not asy cf "SlCE IS 22id ss tfce cibar basd. the ho-'y plscss hare iMs special aai regard tbsm as to dis- csssofi cf a special sans.71 EgM ibe rsesss King Eassei; cf Jar- s to rsscs a Snnai peace Tzz teinperarure plssged to a rsccrd kwr cf 55 beoTr in LeSbridge tire "rt-esihsr office reported today, Tbe record IOTT this dsie TTSS 24 in boissr to 35 orer- Ar-d CE tbe sape is er- peeted The vyisin is a frigid Arctic air mass over Northers Msstssa seal ssom cf North of LeSfeidge, tbe temperstures hi g h er. Snowfall raceted in CaS- gsry. Bed Deer end tcb HiossEg. Teraperstgres in those arses vere to 10 degrees wannar fcsn bere. ovs- Somhera 2d Sootbgsstem British Ccfesbia saved these areas Sx-m-tbe Alberta adviser will be named EDMOXTON fCP'l Minister TrcdeEu wSI sppoint a speciai airiser to deal with A> bkria-'s p r o b 1 eta sr provincial LaberaTlesder Bob PusseE said today, Mr. SasseS Mr. Tra- dsau mads fcs cozszisznait sj a rnsetibg in Eegisa las; week. orgss- 'TV-j- i fn fiSiSBCl !i2 .rrSPT, -Trj IS. i3S il S- csuM be reacbsd. "Sfctsld be ready io sll fee Calgary Poiver corporate welfare bum liTssi serer retyrs to fia annis- fke Ifass. Zbsc ssid, Jordan tisi 'Israel to king resllzs by ECS? test tbe steps d SK EHcfe5 act IssseE ggrerrraert poEsry." be ssdd, rg "KtKnd tst enierge'stxs Esgstiatisns- everytMcg he .is cose a very grest dssi sore tbas has soor." Eban skegfiesL that. Eisg sein's rsgisGfi bad what he called stability poHcy Esesssary" to reacs s Calgary Ltd. is a "conxrate wei- -fare btim." Grant Notisy. Al- berta Democratic Party Be toM the parry's zjro-dricisl 1 council tbai Cslgary Power had deferred taxes BEPios. Mr. Ncoey criticized tbe Loogbsed flan- cSsg of Calgary Powers- asoE- raies 13 psr cent Eg .said tbat recKit Isgisla- tire araeadrsesss rr-ace tbe Public-UrUifes Board tee ss7fi arbiter of rate increases. cer xHiy, fae prcrrfridal c o ii regslate ratss ns- be Water Bescorces Act last tbe Cooserra- iiTgs -5T2IS. is to take fee rap for as increase in. pcrrer he said. 'Tie conopary probably get more -fsrred tazes asd more cosces- ESI .instead of the gov- r-asiy Public Utilities Beard. get ool scot 3Ir. Nodey also told the 222 tsat tbe coolers cf ss ees ed by the FarraB study g 02 i Mr. NcSers esecuSve asss- 2t, Howard Lesson, ssd e-e sffitid rsaSy bs treat- ed -5J2S 3vst 2 btscs CE Tory bacsbeocbers gstiisg together at a day. Tresi oui sr-d had their fBsg as bscsbesch- 5Ir. Leesos said. 4Tnere so attempt made io bring aud T-Ister against EH .izados deScaied io tbs British cis of Bricsh law incocsstaii. OX DAY Prime SSsfster Jack Lysch, TT-instes to dsdde vrben to or- der a pcSce rtszoopp IHA Isacgrs in line "Kits tbe riew csa-guenSls- Isw feat ires air proved br the Dsii (Parlia- early Saturday naming. Soise isformaks speculated thsrLjaeb inay to the results of refer-. ca Irei25d'S e ssd araeiKSisig Use e to the Eo- Catholic Clirch frcss the siHie before tcdensg the poS.ce sto adfon. Asfhanses ssa stringent se- crity aiTsagemests or- cered at Cks'k ssd IfebBs airports ard at insi-or seaports Use D-ablis. Ws- tgrford 53d Wesf ced to prerest IRA ssa. escaping. Ths DabBa issdqcsrters of Sss FeiiL the polidcal ars of tbe ISA beeacse it is considered a political parts', is Eot illegal, dessted today, IrssrrnaiES said most leaders gbssit during tbe to attend a secret strategy in MoESgsss sear tbe borosr wSs rsjovsted a f onaer icilitary jail in prepsrs- tioa for as expected iigha' of prison L7SC money to heip f Jood victims Well, here we go again. The Lethbricge Herald is reaching out. Well, that's one way of putting it, Actually, were holding out our hands. Yes, hire ererybocy else. we re 'trying to get our bases A helping handful MERRY CHRISTMAS MRS. SONG One USC friendship dollcr provides 12 days' rorion for thfs South Kcrccn on your But this time we're it for the Unitarian Service Cotn- rjjttee of Canada. We are asking our readers 10 a helping baneful of bsrky for chikiren in Eorea. We're not going to write a long sob story about these Ko- rean kids. You know as siucb about them than we do, They were flooded out. But let's talk about hands for a minute. We shake bands. We wave. We pray with our bands. Let's get a helping handful of barley over to those kids in Ko- rea.. of barley for Korea You knoT. Tsrbai vouid the be like the beip- ing band? A pretty crummy place. God gave man his hands to use, to build, to reach cut aai help. You kuoTf, ever since Use he- man race started, the hand, and tbe belpLig band, have been tie ir-dispensable instruments cf its advance. Let's think about the hand and bow it belps help his man. Lei's put o-ur hands to good wrinkled hands, chub- by little children's hsscs, the laborers strong bands, the losig slender fingers of ibe nurse, tbe refined haixis of the doctor. Let's set a bebmg basdful cf barley to Just a pKises eacti, tbsts ficouga to do ir. join together ia a wide circle. Southern Albertaas to- gether, asd sweep up_ all tbe pennies, nickies aad dimes _we can find, and sead them to rea ibis Christinas. We ask you to look at own hands hands that pound typewriters, hands thai wasb cisbes. hands thai dig ciicbes and perform surgical operations and ezlract taelh and Vipe ba- bies' bottoms and foid diapers. Your hands are being called upon to reach out to tbe little children in Korea this Christ- mas. Floods Srt-ept their lands. It's as simp-e as "chat. So we're going to send them a helping handful of barley. Hopefully as much as or three carloads of Lei's hands and do it. fueen may Canada during LUtU fcff LONDON Tbe Queen has accepted is principle an k- Titaika to visit Ottawa curing the neri rrnisters' coaferesss. Prime Mmister Trades! said today. Castle. The CDmmonvrealfh leaders are io meet in Ottawa next Au- gust CTE Trudean said .the exact date has not yet been fked be- cause some leaders nave not yet mGicated tbeir wishes. However, the Queen has ac- cented the inriiatke. in prir- ads coes set to o2 frtcn Ssrcoeas trade "Mr. Heatb's posuoa is ooe said a Cana- dian official after tbe iisiisl tails Snr-day. "It's such B com- pMcated natter that these priras nissterisl meeliags Troaesn to British Prisae lUsister Edsrard Eeaai aud -secicK" cais-iet ininisfcers si- a formal chmer Ister toesgizt. KD AIDES PRESENT Us prime ZKst of Sunday ia .nmgirg talks si Chequers snd they a prlvaie s-eeting shortly after breaMast today aides present they were up poiats fear cropped up s Sisiday meeting but Trudeaa'Sasdsy urged Besth io keep .Casacias trade- is mind Britain, enters tie Ea- Market nest esouie Laier, -Kirn oSociaSs, fiiey talked abtrjr tbe uest ses coherence- paracdariy as it relates to tie cur- rent Eansesa security cozger- e-ieej sad aerial aijacMng. Bota man expressed laje hope that '-wpald socsi darrip doiRi co aerial terrorists seekmg. ref- sge in that country. entry Mo ECM. aad its effect on clearly damicaied fee dsy. Stcn and heard About town Tradeau spent hears "wua Heaa Susday. talk- isg prrratelyr. then, offi- clajs. stroSns over the ChsGTjers 'coostrysde. drxviss the tbat Can- deri Boll Brack using Ms years esperieace to-, stick cdored polka dots ca a dry map PfcH Blaieiey TTOQ- derisg if Frant Harper is go- ing to bleach his beard white for the festive season. Tan Slays ejmffiaiiCaliy denying thai be atw sadkes cigaraie mdfe since trjing to. ctnr the feabiL Peace meetings continue in By JOHN TINOCCB PABIS-CAP) Besry Bssir- ger met mce today TJfith top 'North Vletsasese negotiators as they sooght a SBS! asree- mest to the Vietnani "Tar. After a restri.cted is a "villa rear North Vietnamese headquarters in ths southern suburb of RcL a larger aftercooa seeting vi'as held in tiie viuage of Saiste GesnBe to tbe west cf Paris. Ice morsisg sessica lasted boss. ISe aftssooa talks started at 4 p.m. The Florida White House azsayusced that the conversations wOl cootisue Tuesday. Kissinger asd his deputy. Alesraryjer Haog. were at tbe moncng meeting, aiong tria Le Due Trio, a mem- ber of tbe EsDoi poStburo. and Xuan Tcay, chief of fee North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris peace talks. Zzperts rrere called in for the bigger after- noon meetzEg. As bis car ptiBed up to the vDla at Le for the momicg session Essbger said v.sh a gria for reporters and pbotograpters: "I thought this Vas supposed to be a secret rendezvous." The house had bees used for some of the previous mestings. President Nixon's top foreign affairs adviser arrived Sucday right from Wasfair.gtcn. He gave po indicaticn of he would propose to Tno. the Hanoi zaember EssiLger has secrefiy fee last year. Tbey lield ttseir last meeting Nov. 25 asi recessed iseir talks sstu today, Dutches from Saigos have indicated the Sosfe goversmsnt may be re- signed to seeing a ceasefire agreemeiir signed. Premier Tran -Ti3.es Ksiera has told cab- met members asd Mgb-lsvel de- partment to for tids eventuality. Tbe Viet Cong accused fee fesi goverrmsst Sunday of drawiss ID a list of seireral thousand poHticai prlsceers to assassisEte before a ceasefire agreement is signed. Ir said Saigon was actbg or- der the orders of tbe United States to repress "ali those "svbo have spoken out for peace and national concord." ;