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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTHM1DOI HI8ALO 12, 1972 Permanent rescue base proposed YELLOW S N I F E. X.W.T. _ A pennarsect search rescue base sho'jld be !o- cated in ellovv ssys Brig.-Gen. Sarcsey vVhhers of. Northern region headquarters cf the Canadian forces. Tbe ninnber of searches for downed Biases has been creasbg steadily years, he said In an interview Saturday. The total has reached 75 this year. The search fcr a Beechcraft 13 lest Nov. 3 on a mercy flight the 74th search in the NortlTs-est Territories this year. "We can see DO great evi- dence to say the trerars going to reverse ard there is a following the dramatic rescue "he said. I of bush pilot Martn in The search for the missing 32 days, was suspended the Northwest Territories Sat- urday. oose you perry shoes from -sscn styes WINTER EOOTS WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH Thursday end Fflcoy THI 9 p.m. Nov 27 after "Capt. Keith Gatb- j Earlier, Prof. Haley bad been e'coie searcbmaster. felt tbe isstrumectat in having the 'where the Skeiy j search for Mr-Hartwell's would be found had b e e n i ed aircraft resumed after it j tboroaghiy. j bad been- suspended by tbe Ca- "That was a-good decision on inadian forces. Eh daughter is r-e oart of the scarchnaster I a friend of tbe pilot and 'the mimster of j Three ethers aboard tbe place said Gen. Withers. j The search resumed acd pilot j "'We'E look at what Dr. Haley i llartic Eanryell tonndl has to said tbe spokes- alive Saturday. maa at defeoce headquarters. CONSIDER j But be added there is "soth- In Ottawa msasTs-hHe. tbe de-1 ing haphazard" in tbe carried Ui- c. f i >T tJrcfessor that Canada's search-! are checked out, be maintained, j SCHOLAR CHOSEN "bcse asd-rescue policies for aircraft be re ezamtned. said toGay. At the same tise, be insisted VANCOUVER that the ansed forces' re-! chael EOGESCQ. 21 sources in tHg- area are main- i "s-cr the saine tailed 22 a "oretty high state" j has been cased as British Col- j of readiness "asd'cspabSKy. I umbiars Rhodes Scholar for} The caH for a re-ezamisatiQn.; 1572. A graduate of Uzzversty made by David of British Colombia in chairman cf fee Acadla. Usiver- i pc'icgy? be a career AUTO BODY PAINTER For modem point shop. New DeVilfaJss Spray end Boke Overt Full eompcny benefits with excellent sclcry fsr right mom Ccntoct DEAN HARKER or write COLLEGE MERCURY SALES LTD. 1713 3rd AVE. S. PHONE A TOUCH OF FLU The first bek at virus that stomach flu was made with an electron micro- sccpe ct tha U.S. Nctionc! Jnstrtuiss cf Hsalth and magni- fied times. Each virus Is cne-miiHoffth of an inch in diameter. Ths disease, mealeaHy knswn cs acute in- fectious gastroenteritis, is also called intestinal flu, in- feciiotjs diarrhea, traveler's disease, winter vomiting and Menfazume's revenge. Miracle of Lourdes LONDON (Beater) A Lourdes, be able to year-old boy sicferiEg from: raise his arm above his hesd atrcphy has retaraed i for the first feme, hems from the shrike at I Peter Sinclair, istcse psssse hss a> fecfivn csre. ia sister. Tbe sister., H-yesr-osi CsrolSj had earlier nm from I haise to Jessea tbe zsmfry's food 1 bin so tbere "nculd be enough. I scaey for Peter to visit the cel- ebrated ssrise in soczbera fN IETHBRIDGE; 613 4fh Ave. Soyfh Telephone 323-42U ilrs. Ssclair said: sons hooe. left. "TrZS tO i.- SS STT2- above bis head, so-nethirf be I has sever sble to do be- f we .got to Ixxrcss "enr to the grotto to praj arc I thgsz God for us bars Perer. then Peter bashed is the left p tss taat Icokssd thai; vrbec be ar- Trcwel trends change OTTAWA (CP Tbe rapldJf cfessgmg sir travel de- masds cper- the Casadian cotnriisiioa Tras; toM llfjoday. A. T, Wiley, director rsar- xeHas isteHiggEce fear Air Cso sda, said that in reeest years the air charter market bss oct- paced irafSe on tbe regularly sccedijfed services of airlses- Foreigfl airlrseg teHrg au increasing, share of charter air trafSc begntntcg or endii-g in Canada. Air Caaada has said m a wiifc- ten to tfee cossris- sice that its to buy a ooe- third intersst is vsTsrcsir Car- ada, Ltd. is an "important step m meeting' the eteng lag trends is tfefe air travel The commissoG. is besrlcg' objections to the share acoaisi- tioa frosa C? Air. Nordar Ltd., PsdSc Western Afriaies Ltd., Ltd. the Board of Trade. ig sir csmsrs have the Wgrdair pcrchsse TsiB uBddv restrict in tbe chsrter 5eM. Wardair is the brgest sir charter firm In Can-sds: ssd Air Caaads racks second. said Canadian air carriers carried about 45 per cast o? the charter traffic be- or csidirtg in Canada in. This was down frofra more than SO per cent is 5279, The gro'srtJr in charter air passenger traffic between lusda and Europe ?rag 230 per; cent between ssd 1971. be i said. Traffic on the regtfery acbedcled services ority 65 j per cent in the same perirxL j Tbe airlise bas suggested In; its -written brief that the com- i bined efforts of Air Canada awl 1 Wardair -strocld enable Canada to regain some of tbe air char-1 ter market lost to foreign car- riers. Air Canada could from the experts charter edge built q> by Wardair, FATAL PASTIME VANDERHQOF, B.C. (CP) A 25-year-oM Smithers, B.C. man -was killed 21 in a garne of clarting out ia frost