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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH1 LIIHSRIOGE HERAID Wedntidoy, December IJ, 1972 News n Woman speaker elcelcd BONN (AP) ne-.v ccstag is Anr.emane Renger. a ties tag. lower house of Pariia- 53-year-oM grandmother who is for the first time to- a member oi Brandt's Social day and elected the fint woman Democratic party. She is the speaker in West Germany's 23 first member of her to years as a nation. get the post, which ranks sec- The Bundestag will re-elect. ond in the official hierarchy be- WUIy Brarck chancellor hind the federal presidency. Thursday, ar.d he will present Tr.e vote was 433 to 45 in his new'cabiMi Friday. Render's favor, with 30 absten- TSe new speaker of the Ban- tions and three ballots invalid. Job problem explained (CP'1 CORNER BROOK. Nf.d -T eional er.o Minuter John Turner told the C-arnbi: cf Commerce TMe5G-y -.vouid conUn-je efior.s tn make job o: ciifer- Hovrever. it WES politically es- federal eoverr.mer's refuse in r.'O "tarripeced into taking 1 ecor.orrjc action at fhc o- iotic-term of the He said seasonal variation of jobs was a problem in Canada. bu: a winter iob expansion pro- gram, proriding fandi for local initiatives projects and ofi-the- ;ob training programs, should heip ailcriaie the situation. He said between !32o million and i375 million was ceing spent on i these programs. The minister returned to Ot- tawa Tuesdav night. Ulster issue improved BELFAST 'AP) Terror-1 both Bomand Catholic and Prot- st gunfire killed a police officer estant political leaders. Tuesday night wounded The 47-year-old police officer our including a 12- was off duty when he vras fell- year-old girl. But Northern Ire- ed by a fusillade of some 30 lain control o! the poMcc awl security forces. InioniM i'jfc'ier liotxsrt Bab- irgton indicated to Whitelaw that there was a possibility of a satisfactory compfomiM on i the control of the police. SO WHOSE LEAVING? The sign above In front of a cemetery in WilliomsviHe, N.Y. appears to caution ar.ycns with ideas of leaving of tKe hazards of returning to the rccids of the living. tne-e Is a bank located behind the camera, and i: Is for jh-.--5 pcrrcns the is is, if the cemetery is not sufficient. (AP Wirepholo) for provincial am Woman awarded SI.7 million DETROIT fAP) A court jury cractice judgment of more than plus interest to Lcneair after a six-day trial. Farmers return for wheat per bushel-Lang S1.7 million was awarced lues- day to a De'.roit bonded ar.d lost cootroi of her Detroit General Hospital was Ln the suit. s-iirjer.- performed at a Detroit history. GlLmore, MI A six-member WayT.e trial. NFU re-elects Atkinson malpractice verdict in Michigan said Judge Horace ho presided over the WIMPZG 'CP Roy At- kinson of Saskatoon elect- ed Tuesday to his fourth term as president ot the national union. Mr. Atkinson von by acclamation at the union's third annual convention which ends Friday. Beauty qneeu abdicates VTOODSTOCK, N'.E. 'CP; Miss New Enmswick has de- cided that four months as a beauty queen is enough ar.d she's abdicating. Her letter 01 resignation was relea.sed by or- ganizer- o? the beauty pageant here Tuesday. Leger of said-in her letter, "due to my personal feelings with respect to beauty pageants, I feel 1 can no longer hold the title of Miss New Briinswicit." viil he succeeded by Cyr of St. Andre. N.E., firs; in the contest. Rose trial set for January MONTP.EAL (CPi Jacques Edgard .-.Hard said Tuesday. Rose, charjrf with murdering Rose. 2.5. wa.i acquitted Satur- Pierre Laporte during Ouebec'3 day on a charge of kidnapping 1S70 terrorist crisis, will stard Quebec's labor trial in the January criminal minister at the time his kid- assizes, chief Crown prosecutor napping and inurder. OTTAWA 'CPI Justice Minister Otto f-ang said Tues- day the return to farmers for wheat sold domestic ally for hu- man consump-.tor! this year amounts to S3'a bushel. The minister, cabinet spokes- man for the Canadian wheat board, said the govemmerit pre- paid in April to as- sure that return, which it had election guaranteed. The government last Febru- ary installed a tv-'o-price wheat for eiports than for domestic human use. He i-as responding to a state. men' by Jack Homer, Progres- sive Conservative spokesman en wheat hoard rriatters, who said that farmers lo-st revenues of Korrer. UPVor CrovJoot, a bushel, a price fi.ted by cahir.e: order. He the b-Aer rr.irJm-jr.i in Lite with S2 'A'--, a Became of the preser.t record ezport of he said. That price is for the top grades. A spokesman :n Mr. Lang's office said >3 price meant a subsidy of cents a bushel paid ty the Eovernmer.t for about rriiilion bushels of v.beat sold for domestic human consumption. Th'us tire govern- merit suhsitiv for 1S72 came to Youths stage protest ROME 'AP) Thousands of anarchist youths t turned Rome's historic piazzas, gaily decorated for Christmas. into' battlegrounds Tuesday I night over a'bombing trial de- 1 layed for three years. Rome took the brunt of vio- lence as young extremists to the streets in several Itaiiari cities demanding oi 12 anarchists and leftists rounded up after the Milan bank bombing Dec. 12, 1569. At least 22 persons were in- jured and 45 arrested during the demonstrations. Roman youths staged three hours of violeT.'ce. setting fire to dozens o: cars ar.d throwing fire bombs ;l d at police. The (poiice rtolied with night sticks i and tear-gas barrages. Clouds of the acrid ias drove many residents from their apart- IRA chief tain to 051 in more than three years of communal strife. A machine-gun burst from passing car, fired at a Belfast _ bar frequented by Roman Cath- COJ1 1 1 1) UCS HIS olics, hit a 12-year-old girl buy- bg candv in a store next door. i two teen-'age youths standing on 1) llllgei' Stl'lKe the sidewalk and a man inside the bar. Nor.a wa seriously in- jured, j MET PROTESTANTS Vfhitelaw met first with lead- ers of the Profestsnt Unionist party. Northern Ireland's ruling faction until the British govem- ment supplanted it in March. and then with leaders of the fy> cia! Democratic and Labor party the party of the prov- ince's most moderate Catholics. It was the first time the Cath- olic party had met with lav.- to discos the politi ture of .Vonh-ern Ireland. DL'BLIX CAP) Mac- Stiofain, imprisonel Irish Re- publican Army chieftain, is in "good physical shape" the Currazb military camp where he has completed 24 days of his hunger s'.riie, military sources sa'd" today. The go-.'emrnent has 5 on official uifor- rr.ation his condition, but army ?sid the chief staff of the IRA's Provisional has improving stead- iiy sir.ce he broke a thirst strike V.liite- cal lu- 1 tarliw this rnor.'.h. They said JiSacS'.iofain. jailed JrJormed said the La- six months for membership bor party leaders want assur- in the o'jtlawed IRA. was regu- tii; the f'Jture provincial lariy drinking water, tea and parliament will have adequate juice. Cat'Mlic representation ar.d that The guerrilla the British government, rather leader began refusing susle- than the Protestant majority in nance after his arrest last the local parliament, will re- month. GENERAL Alberta industry control proposed EDMONTON" 'CP) Alberta should owTi and control its own manufacturing Lviustry. a spe- cie! legislative committee on foreisr.; was toid T-e.yJay. The provx-a! wat in a by Dr. James P.u.-sell, the of the Commit tee For An lid'jpetxk-r.t Ca' tiaiiy mar.ufictaricg i panies." He also sp-ecial tax concesr.iors to Chrisimss stalls were torri c'cv.r. in the Piazza Navor.a by vouV-5 who also stormed through the de Fiori and the Largo Arenula. Firebombs were thrown at the offices of R Popoio. of the governing Christian Democratic party. Traffic was at a standstill as roiice and firemen hurried ore to another. cars lit the night, and Ear.ff 1 sirens waiied fee hours. Calgar.' 1 In Milan, bands of rovinj j m- bricks, bars and reraised that 8 police. Ten policemen Weather and road report SL'.VRISE THURSDAY SUNSET Pincber Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grarce Prairie Dear zero. Thursday: A few chudy inler-.als. west wjr.iis. inghs near ahovf. list -v near !5 above. r.-vsr A few cio'-iy periods. 81 million ransom demanded AIRES f Pouter j Urban guerrilla kidnappers of British b'-isinessman Ronald Grove have demanded a ran- 6om of SI million, informed ECTJces reported Tuesday night. managing Grove, direrjtijr the Britlsh-wr.ed Anglo me5t-oackir.g plant, was veiled as drove from his home for i game of golf. jarrr.ers were t'-pporzirig coc- surners when there was. r.o pro- tection for the farmer from the rising cost oc ihing. GUARANTEED PRICE Mr. Lang said price for dorr.esvit; a time when the r-rice or.iv 7: doiiars z Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS i Quebec Citadel? and long-time Garber, hockey executive, of a heart at- eriitor of the now-defunct j Uck. treai Herald and a partner in Pembroke, Cock- an advertising sgeicy. .burn. 70, a Thetford b'oiider of O-Uwa PJver lumber tt, orie-tirne OWTAT of WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS be held at FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, December 14rh and Friday, From Is p.m. CAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR CHfilSTMAS HOLIDAY SEAFOOD SPECIAimS LABOR CLUB Hihs near five nrJa, Region is to prevent ourselves from being bought oul We can it b'Jt ir. 10 or Li years we wil- have had it. must t-ie wiiat we've and us.e it maks rrre the available capital goes Canadian com- pa.r.ie3 ar.d c-ornp o i.7j of Continental Partly Way. iisvji ar.-o 7Aro 10 arxj-.e j zero 10 vi They gave toflsy. Gustv west nfcar J-5 ahov wing U a Jilt of those who thft Uthhrirfgft HftraJrt's Ffandfu! Fund on fifrhalf of thft L'nitarisn Com- and the people of Korea. Grtr.rfing ord mining end grcin itrr.u- i; on cluiive ftclurft. PUGGED VERSATILE o KAYEUSTER Tub The machine that viil grind bclci, relief ue, imoll grain, ccrn( iHell ar.rf high irciitvrt corn equally A demonitrotion can be arranged on your farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PKONE 32S-1HI OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COLRTKSY Of AMA SOUTHiRM ALBERTA JUVENILE UAGUE CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13th ST. H. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" FRIDAY "ANnHING GOES" SATURDAY "COUNTRY BlUES" ard fheir 4 J233337 TONIGHT DEC. I3th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE LE7H. KIMSMEN vs MIDGET 'A' ElKS! 50t 2S ord U.'Mi'.r, fill STOCKING STUFFERS No. 950 "D" FLASHLIGHT BATTERY LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE ELDG. PHONE 323.4080 Fort to a.-'; i? in erftiiy Csigary to I. Trar.'. Carjioa rriiir.iy bare. 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