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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta low tonight rmor -5; high Wednesday 15. The Letttkidge Herald VOL. LXV No. 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1972 PRICE NOT OVER 10 FOUR SECTIONS 5i PAGES Frightened Eskimo boy saved pilot's life after Arctic crash By JIM POLING YEIIXJWXNIFE, (CP) A weird bat iseoaapkie tale about an injured pUot aad a frightened Eskimo boy. pro- tecting each other from desih in the Arctic, was here Monday. Martin HarbpeH, the old pilot who fought the Canadian north for 32 days soJ related parts of the epic at an abbreviated sews in his hospital town. Tbe pilot was flown to Ed- Monday night for treat- He told reporters that the Es- kimo boy, 14-year-old David Kooiook of Speace Bay, was iaejfc at survival techniques yet saved his fife. The boy died in the 60 mites south of Great Bear Late., 23 over the light Isnsr They will use clairos sad cardboard or ia- siEterM from the Is> rear wbee! of ibeir eiectric-pow- Price index rise slows By AECH 3IacEENZEE sisce OTTAWA. (CP) Ibe fsdersl has to cscaaer the States to reopen fee Eirer pewer and fkcd-coisrrM tresfy for mace iscRaey. PreEsler Dsve Barrett Eritisa Cocss- bia said Aaaencaas be toid rswrters after a taree-hour nseefeg -sdfe FrlrEs Minister TraSesa t2se CoesEnMa ssae asd. otber subjects were dls- cassed. IsSsJioQ. wreczed the f orEsIs by fernser W. A. C. Bennett the federal gorerssert sad nsfSkci jast to- com- pietc projects envisages tae treaty S- stiSed he 2sM. The premier cited figures sayisg it wocM take ssIHcsD to gssh the power-gensratisg work .Hka Oeei: dam, largest of iarse bu2t m fise Co ver systecs, .Prospects fer federal agreeasesr to rese- or of UJ5- coacarreDce. are LegaHy, Lbe treaty can be recpesed but Ego's fee U-S. has to pay asytbisg OLD 'BATTLE The Barrett bsrakied Is r he becazae prezsier. echoed tae cniSdsni rsis the treaty feeni its iccepdoE. began as earfy ss JS44 aid gaised ESO- raeatans Esder the Progrtssi-e Cocserv-gtH-e of Jooa BisfesbaJoer, be treaty was signed esrfy in 2361. But effect, revision were segcdsted by the Uberal of Lester Pearson in 1563 and it was fi- nally ratiSed Sept IS, 1354. it. Bessett a key rok. Oppositjos ied by the lats A. G. L. saw treaty as ez- jobs future resource SeziiKiity thrcxigh ;t5 provisrjns for csrjiroliisg the seasosally- tarbdent Cohzznbia. tlTree dans are finished. The big iJlca was to be codpieied uezt April L It is 90 miles up- stream from Eevetstobs. Ifr, Barrett said he hopes to have a sobmissioc be- fore tbe federal in a boot six weeks en B.C.'s for asking the U.S. to pay more money. Frnance JRniiiter .John Turner and Energy Minis- ter Donald leading roles as young Liberal 3IP5 in the Coozmons commiUee study ratificatioa. Enviromnent Jack Da- vis, a B.C. member, has indicated be feels t better dfeal is needed, the Barrett statement said. Onfy the Democrstic Party opposed tfae freaty as finally shaped. Also constructed, backing Kootenay pjver water more than 40 miles southwestern B.C.. is the Libby dam in Montana. OTTAWA Food prices eased downward last zaoEth, but tbe over-sJi cost ot living rose jsodersieiy because of cigaw housing Esd. priccs. StatiStiCE ZKJre 500 cccstsser goods asd services, said today Its cor- suiDer price index rose-to 142.3 is NcFresber from K2.0 in Octo- ber, T52s -sras a sicaller .in- crease than usual between these two r20Eths; tae bszesu said. Food prices d-eeSaed over a wide of comrsodiiks, Baskin named AFL leader for vegetables. Both can- ard, fresh vegetable prices were Mgher. mars increases far the rasnta wgre is rents, the prices of sew houses, sad in footwear sad winter doehisg. The latter Mgber prices Tbe cost ol hose owsersinp, Slzastacs Causes said- rose 12 per east last rsccia. Other in- creases were is rents, fuel oil, fonsiyre, floor coverings asd THREE CENTS In dollar terms, the sew is- ceaes isean feat's: cost last jsosta to bey tbe wide var> ery of eoasamer goods ard serrlees that cou3d be had for 51L20 fn October, or ia last year. That is parcel of ssd services teat wooM hare cost ccly S10 is 3S6L In the food consoiieGt c? tbe orer-ali isdez. last Bsskm. 5S. of wss. today as preddeat of fee Federation of Labor, r '4S year old JSr, Jenhs. wso has suffered sclerosis for about 10 ssd is conSsed to a wijeekssir. naicfid re- oestiy to becscae cfagfrssn of the Workniecrs Compecsation Beard is Alberta effective Jan, I .iezt year. Mr. Baskin, born ia Qjurcfe- Sasfc.. is an intema- tjfical for the 02, Chemical and Atomic Workers UsioE, He becsnse an iBtenistiOGal representative ia 1963 after studying engineering for one year at University of Sttn and heard About town II JJOCKEY star Barb Brown uaconvinjciTigjy t e 1 Hng friends that husband Ken was cot responsible for her black eye PhyDu Singer dis- covering a fallow raw potato lover Ralph Twmant fooling visitors to his home with a special icicle melter in tbe eaves trough. October or is last year. percentage tenss. fee increase last month was of ooe per cent Food prices were dews oae-tssth cue per cesi. The chasge too srnaS to effect the purchasing power of tbe consumer doHar to asy measurable degree. What li boagbi last month could be had b 1551 for 70 cents, the sasie as is October. A year ago. si ixwebt 74 cents' 'worth of 1561 goods asd services. LVCREASE 35TRONG While tbe latest psrlce changes were moderate asd seasosal, the over-all increase froa" a year ago was stroog. Most eccaoaassts speak of a three- peT-cent annual increase 13 prices as the most that should be witbout isflation. During fee last 12 sionths. con- saroer prices have risen 5.1 per cent. Food prices account fcg- 27 jxr cent of the total price L> and housing 32 percent Aro special consideration KINGSTON, Ont. (CP Harold Ballard, president of To- ronto's Maple Leaf Gardens w-ho is serving three years for fraud and theft nearby' Ml- Ihaven prisors. wofj't get a Oiristrnas leave, a prison offi- cial said Monday, must have forgotten VB.TVE WAS Tbe fesder fell 02 during a drive Monday, and the unpro- tected wbsel tossed dark dust over-.the EStrosauLs. proiaDiiEg Ceruoc to rejnark: 4ilfs going to take ts half a cozes Scadsys to dust og." Scientists en earth, Hjeas- wailg. said sorae of tbe rocks -oa the floor of tbe Taurus-Ilttrow vaUsy appear fisom Schmitt's to be of a volcanic origin and are perhaps as young as Hfi rrliUoa years. Dr. Feroch E-Baz, a Bell Laboratories geologist and cos- snitart to the space agsscy. said tbe Estronsizts reported feding rocks with or gas bubbles, forsied in rocks cool after being melted. Ee also said tbe of tbe Eioon ssrfsce material indicates that tbe site rnay be tbe young- est geologically speaking, yet explored on tbe moos. Singing. IcMsg and some- times gasping their way aronnd the Eicon. Cersas happiest astro- away fraa tbelr spseesbip for seven bours 13 msmtes. Tber fell benbd scbednk as they grgppled aad strsiaed to set up the science laborgtory snd lost mere time wben tbey brisSy lost their way is they set our in tbe Jmar rover to fssd a crater csEsA Zmory. To-Eght, the iltj- and to visit fee inoQs.'in this century, idll drive iaeir eiectric-powered car to a ffiooniaJs slide on the Sooih Jlassif wmca spSed rock debris across tbe vaSey in some an- There, they cope to find rocks creased sr tae process by wtfcb tbe soon" was formed and shaped, maierial dating per- haps to beginsings biJ- lioa years ago. SAIGOIs7 (Renter) President NgU3'en Van Huea saia today Sontn Metnam v.ili have to continue the for It is tie only way to proposed a Christmas truce and an exchange of prisoners. The trace period, from Christmas to after the ar year, could be used for contacts between Saigon, Hanoi and the Viet Cong, he said. TMeu, makiug a state of the nation address to tbe national assembly, inaiiiiaioed his UE- tone against tbe craft U-S.-North Metnasisse peace accord and iusistsd that all Hanoi's troops mast Trfth- dr2M- before the- couid end. He again attacked the craft, disclosed last October, az-d said thai Saigon voiila "sot bs Mied by any deceitful peace propos- als." WILL KEEP FIGHTING Scuii; netcsin 'ErH? -to carry on the war even U.S. troajs. 'Today I mast report that the Repiiblic of Soulii -svill have to continue the >var for peace sud that tils is the only Trar for lie told tie assembly. Tmeir s proposal, visch lie said ccald be -cisctissed at Ste Bert sieeiiBg of Use Paris talks, called, for: truce Ijgfore Christmas ynp lassiag into the Dgvr year, of all prisoners of for Chnsnuss. SOGih Vigrngrn Tmffetg. rally release L015 sick prison- ers as a between North Vlet- ;uth Vietaam and the Co2g OE 'iproblems of ma- teal JaeM or pubScly at location- possble esfeisicii of the trace if fee segotTsitoss rarog- rssses ssEsoiiisly, Bs statement commesiiag