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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETHBRIDGc HESAID Mondoy. It. 1975 News hi brief Prisoners stage protest X-J. fAP) were dra-.vir.g list of w'viners maryis. Fuiiing said. T_Y_ "i At the heigh; of the d-sturh- t.vo dr.Trriitory 'rings at ie Ber- -risoners burred'blar.kets and reicrrra'.cry beclsheets bc-iore barricading an uprising Sunday nirth-. themselves in the dormitories. Sucerinterxier--. Ira ' injuries '-tere reported. tailed 10 the by 'ele- The uprising began at phone this ir. an effort r-to 3. after ore of the pri-- man for the state department of said. They did not elaborate. The convict- t-'id they houses TO prisoners. Democrats elec'c chairman Ren WASHD.'GTO: Rocen a 'Jron the over all majority he Texas la'tr.'---: identified v.i'h needed against trvo rival candi- the guard leadership c-i the dates Party, was" elected chairman Charles Manatt ar.d parry cr.sirmsn Ssturdav George Mitchell, a Democratic a Uherais ccrarniitee rnerr-her who had backed the from candidacv c; Senator Georse Straus; received1 l-'.-v-; votes MeGvy.-ern. while Mitchell polled 11'-, votes Srrausj, succeeds Jean West- ar.d Wanatt 26 votes. vrrxd. had heen handnicked An absolute majority of those by McGovem to head the' party present at the meeting vras re- Efter he csntured the Derr.c- quired ard Strauss just crane p r e s i d e n tiai r.cmirji- in by a handful e: tion last Jujv. vo'.es. Electric voting machine used in B.C. elections VANCOt.'YKn Tre r.ouvcr. v.bich operates wvk-r i lo a OM-year c o u n e 1 1 electronic voting machine made its o.'.n charier and goes to the term. its debut in British Columbia polls U'edneyJay. Generally, the The tlafe rf'f-r.-' Vr- Saturday in municipal elections turnout averaged 33 per Eurraby Ci t Iwnj in suburban Bumaby and the j cent of those eligible.'.-h hart the unofficial Burnaby Voters "-Association The rr.urjcipality rented tte ing of local Nt-v.- Democratic made a clean sweep of all five j machine in a trial for council scats on the strength of punched Party officials. organized Isbor mstalled them at all and several ratepayers' groups, in computer t 33 polling stations. There wasn't finished v.ell behind the BVA cardi. 2 single an-j of- v.inners. it the first time vot- are considering obtain- Ervrin a.ngard, a former ing machines had been tried in ing machines on a perma- Vancouver newspaper editor any election in B.C. arxl Burrta- nent after v.-hom Swangard Stadium by municipal officials v.ere de- vote's -A-e-e stiver] ir-trw- in Bumaby is named. the lighted v.ith the rcs'ji'-s. Final -r lone independent on the aider- former film columnist dies at 91 Oeorge McLean, all former mayor U. L. Nicholas in Ker'c-d 'or I.angley City votes to Me.-riii Gord'on. the fi.'tn and George Thorn beat J. Q. rarr.e on the BVA Elate. vras Springer In Kitimat district. HOLLYWOOD Louella Parsons. rj- cf o Canadian helicopter crew end paro-medical unit RESCUE Men re'cx cfte-r a pilot, -who survived 32 i r; f-.e Cafi-diGn ArcMc cfrer a CfCih. A Canadian Forces physician des- 26 die in train wreck BERLIN" Ar, rfan capita; of Sxria to Tolbui- train niched ir.ta -he rear'et a in ess-.err. Bulgaria i: cs beir.o in ''ex Three 'See ctue. t condificn." He survived on o diet cf iicheria, dex- tvo -I died in the crash in Conodc'j on pace fC? SUNRISE TL'KSDAY SLTiSET AP en of Saturday at the age of Si. Attendants said she died ir. her sleep i'. a Santa Monica Miss Parsons, a rxjvren'u! fig- ure ir. the motion picture in- Lethhririge d'jstrv for 40 years, had s-jf- Pincher Creei-: feredsin.ce a senes of Medicine Hat ailments including pneumonia. Vermiiion shirr-les of tine octic nerve. fractures hip and Prairie and the debilities of advanced ADN" said the eAure-s train that carried i-1 it jos.-_5_ perjtic-ton 7-as en from, 'the 3'jlga- hu-ed after TC MOl-.TP.EAI. fCPi -Jaeoues here in December -aoM he the fa-jly JIii-! Parsers gave up her col- Prince acquitted Saturday of "S-judariiy, vre'U after by Christmas. urnn IKO to longtime the Gc-ccer. iSTO. iidnaprjing of the jurv foreman the Mr. Lerriie'n called the II- assutant Derocny ..fanners. Pierre then Quebec la- man jury's decisicn "a verdict Saizitw. _ j her minister, ar.d returned to Defence laTver P.cbert Le- et the people." rather than '-a Hopper. n- rleer-a rr..-, _ A r.omo trrv second iali -0 avv6h .ria; cn of 'K verdict rf the establishment." vai. died at the aje of To. placed at tne drxvr of 3 Mor.- r.v-ey WAT c: Co. M-. Ojehec justice department for vrtl be in the Eruring her years as of (real office early tc- dist-utor of handbags and j. for baii -his he told the Weather and road report I Calgsrj- _ Today- Intermit- tnw drifting EKCTW. :..e -ji a r.; ui I r I 1 T freighi train near the the freigh; train. Thkh ACtllUlteU Ol LapOl'tC B'ackr Sea resort: of Vsnta Sm- had baited at a signal outside Rose awaits murder tried day. Iciliing 23 ar.d in- juring iO others, the riast Ger H I. Pre l'_ j( -03 to WJ above by evening. 5-l'j Tuesday: C.earing lo 12 .04 feariy niorTdng. Eecc-m- }fL ;J v.ith rising tercpcra- i7 Columhia, Office building liomJied 47 S7 Poiice said Suspem CLEARWATER. EC. 'CPj tracilr.j dr.g failed to turr, up 'rare of in their truck plunged tr.roush a The bridge guardrail and :.-.-.o ice-covered ate: Awards presented Nobel ivinners Enfiagement denied searnli murder of Mr. Francis Sirnard ser.tencecl to life for '.be rnjrder 01 the r C-rovinciai rnini-.ter and Bernard M for '-'P1 of Svxjiholrn have neer. tr.e -r be- Tok-o the identified a.; Kenneth Marti.-. Arr.eriear.-. 'the 'trial. the Phneecv and a of Vancouver ar.d Ka.Tieal Prize v.inne-rs ali tr.e awards. rrjin the proiec'rtior. said v.ere di-.- FOi'.F.f about SO miles N'crth cf Kam- Ejr.dun. 52. of F.drr.cntor.. Tee frcrr. -r.e States. Britain Three Starts researcn- v-.ouid have R-vse." loops. -J.-ss found partially sr.-1 'Aes; ree.eivec: Dr. Christian of to te-tifv a.-.d v.a- sen- ROfP say d.vers and a merged in the river. av.srd.-. S.iviay at a gilt- Eethescia. Ltd. and Stanford -enced tc. five' eon- te .ng eerernony oniy V.i.ijirr. of to other sentence. r i -I hv ahser.ce rx hoc of Sca.viina- Ar.orr.rrr Arneric-ar, trio, feneh no-t in as :r fanvlhe-. am- rViior-, r.arderr.e of' a' packed the rA-remc- r.'.-.i-.erii'.v. .'.eon of jury ar.d re- a nJai rail anri Jor.n ceived the transcript ef the Mfdicir.e IrMrmhizni t, o o Wiadi a rV.. John s ;por'.i and frec.uer.t fr.end. in- for televised .THL j.rec! ree- Pe-'er He said he rad r. rJs whrv is the between 7ero End five aoove rnoniJn? Tuesday. -Oi Tociay: decreasing to a f2 few fi'rrles this and f: clearing ti-js evening. Tonight 1 Lj clear and 1 colder. Wi.vis risirig at to 15 northerly. Highs today 10 27 2-j Anight M to 13 1 .02 ju Txcfc-j zero. MONTANA of Ccclinental n c r e a s in? akf.g slvpei rociries reaching or y'j mph this c-aijtring blrAing and driftir.g yxiay vrith scattererf EMW Hurries ir.ostiy east portion. east sl'xes torjght. v.-ith srjivr and covder Into north portion rvgYrt. HigfiE aero tc. i'j ezcepc 10 to 20 zero east slopes. tcnigiet beio-A to I-'j ea.n slopes. 10 to 2.S plng by to aero of Crntinf-ntal rjivide par.iy cloudy tociay a fe-ff Peri-octs Mcrviay. Tern- peratures rrxxierating slov.'y. Higl'-5 tcday zero to 10 Ixx'.s tooight zero to l-'j i Highs .'.forxiay 5 to !.5 abwe. ariaryst Deaths By CANADIAN PP.E5S Parzci iV.-Lp ive yourself a gift of cash even as much as 5rd for the STTjO'juL yo'j havs ir. rr.ind-to do your shop- to cvyver your to psy your to enjoy tr.e Call ijp or come in You're good for more at Ber.eficiai Beneficial Ci CO. Or CANADA Your Icjr, car. t of t rr-i J t of f. up to I to INCO Manitoba Division Thompson, ret Iroirt 01 MINERS Slartrng Role psr hour f. C-O'.f of I SURFACE WORKERS 'tr Starling psr hour in U7HBRIDGE on DECEMBER 14 ol CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 7lh S. __ VERSATILE dewribsi o HAYBUSHB Tufa criiy rrochins gtfflo I hoy, bc'ti, imall grafrt, corn and h'gh rroiifurfl equally well, A can be arranged on youf form GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUnS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OKHCIAN AS Of A.M. TODAY COL'RTKSV OF AMA ifighv.ay 2, fort MseleoJ to the area are in good covered v.ith, cc-nditiorj. Giigary to I. Trar.5. oare %iih vj- Calgary to fcsnff, 'a.'.ir.nai arxl nare fev -ee- -.nov. to Rxi- ard Banff rr.orvtor.. lev in lanes, to sand- partially rove-red in pass- occasional shprxiry lectiorj rxx.r. ed ar.d, occasional siip- S, east, to H_> S i-er.eraiiy .'.fotori.-.ta are reminded thai govi. iivh'ly :.r.ov< oc- ?.r.o-x? or fi'tir.5 ca.-.ronsl drift.-., fled jced are rnarxla'CTy In all na- visibility. parks and on ski sccepj All o'.her r.'.ajor in ENTiiY (Opc-nin? 't a rn to f. rj rr. z rr, io f, p rn rr. "i 1 m. to .i p m, r.? Coift- s a m p m EC. 2( hour': Mour.uin closed, ;