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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTHHI06I HIKAIO WtJnwday, 19, 1972 News in brief Woman speaker elected (AP) neT Bun- destag, lower house of Parlia- ment met for the first time to- day asd elected the first woman speaker in West Germany's 23 years as a cation. The Bundestag win re-elect "W12y Bracer as chancellor Thursday, and he will present his new cabinet Friday. The new speaker of the Bun- I cestag is Annemarle Renger, a j 53-year-oM grandmother who is I a member of Brandt's Social j Democratic party. She is the i first member of her party to get the post, which ranis I ond in the official hierarchy be- hind the federal presidency. The vote was 433 to 43 in Mrs. Ranger's favor, with 30 absten- tions and three ballots invalid. Job problem explained CORNER BROOK. Nfld. (CP) It would be unrealistic to cect regional and national eco- nomic disparities to be solved within a few years. Finance Minister John Timer told the local Chamber of Commerce Tuesday idght. Mr. Tiim-er said the federal government would continue its efforts to make job opportun- ities equal for all Canadians, re- gardless of geographical differ- ence or economy trends. However, it was politically es- sential for the uroviucial and federal governments to refuse to he stampeded into taking economic action at the expense of the long-term welfare of the country. He said seasonal variation of jobs was a problem in Canada- out a winter job expansion pro- s for local Ulster issue improved BELFAST (AP) Terror- ist gunfire killed a police officer Tuesday night and wounded four persons, including a 15- year-old girl But Northern Ire- land's political climate appear- ed to improve as British Admin' istrator William Wtetelaw met Youths stage protest ROME (AP) Thoosaab of teivst and anarchist youths turned Rome's historic piazzas, gaily decorated for Christmas. into battlegrounds Tuesday night over a bomMng trial de- layed for three years. tain control of the police tad other security forces. Unionist leader Robert Bab- uigton indicated to Whitelaw that there was a possibility of a satisfactory compromise tn tbe control of tbe police. job framing programs. help alleviate the situation. Ee' said between milnoa asd I S375 million being spent on these programs. The minister returned to Ot- taira Tuesday night. SO WHOSE LEAVING? The sign cbove in front of a cemetery in WiHiomsviHe, N.Y. appears to ccufion anyone with idecs cf Serving of hazard's of returning to the races of the living. Actually, there is c crivs-in bank icccted behind the camera, end it is for tfrcse pcfrcns the warning 5s is, if the cemetery is not sufficient. (A? Wirephoto) Woman awarded million DETROIT (AP) A sal- practice judgment of more than 51-7 minion "was awarded Tues- day to a 26-year-old Detroit woman who ssid she was blinded and los: control of her errns and legs as a result of sirgerv performed at a Detroit hospital A sis-member Wayne County circuit court jury awarded plus interest to Lacffie i Leneair after a six-day trial j Detroi; General Hospital was j defendant in the suit i-This is probably the largest! malpractice verdict in Michigan j history." said Judge Eorace j GUmore, who presided over the j NFU re-elects Atkinson WOuPEG- (C? Soy At-1 Mr. Atkinson won re-eJectiocl as president of the national 1 farmers inaon. Friday. Beauty qneen abdicates Farmers return for wheat sold per bushel-Lang OTTAWA Justice' present record ezport price of-paid by the government for Minister Otto Lang said he said. That price is; about -55 million busceis of day the recum to farmers for for the top grades. wheat soid for domestic human wheat sold domestically for hu- A spokesman in Mr. Lang's. cot-sumption. Thus the govern- this year: ofSce said the S3 price meant z ment subsidy for 1272 came to subsidy cf cents a bushel SS7.530.325. Alberta industry- control proposed took the brunt of vio lesce as voung extremists took streets in several Italian dries dernacding "the release of 12 anarchists and leftists rounded UD after tbe Milan bank bombing Dec. 22.1569. we-e b- both Romand Catholic and Prot- estant political leaders. The 47-year-old police officer was off duty when be was fell- ed by a fusillade of some 30 sfaotte be left a hotel on the outskirts of Belfast. His lolling brought the confirmed death toll to 661 in more than three years of communal strife. A machine-gun burst from a passing car, fired at a Belfast f bar frequented by Roman Cath- I continues DlS oiks, hit a 12-year-old girl buy. hunger strike t> DUBLIN CAP) Sean Mac- Stiofaia, imprisonel Irish Re- publican Array chieftain, is in "good physical shape" at the Curragh military camp -where he has completed 24 days of tas hunger strike, military sources said today. The government has ordered a blackout on all official infor- mation about Ms condition, but army sources said the cMef of staff of the IRA's Provisional vxng has been improving stead- ily sbce be broke a thirst strike earlier this mociK. They said MaeStiofais. jailed for siz months for membership in tbe curia-wed IRA, regu- larly drinking Crater, tea and orange juice. The 'English-bora guerrilla Isacer began, refusing soste- the sidewalk and a man inside the bar. None wa seriously in- jured, MET PROTESTANTS Whitelaw met first vith lead- ers of the Protestant Unionist party, Northern Ireland's ruling I faction until the British goverp- i ment supplanted it in March, asd then with leaders of the S> I cial Democratic asd Labor i party the party of the prov- i ioce's most moderate Catholics. j it was the first time- the Catfc- party had met -with "White- ila- to discuss tbe political fa- ture of Northern Ireland. informed sources said tbe La- bor party leaders want assur- asees that the fotore provincial j parnamest will have adequate I CatboHc represestatioa ard that British government, rather manufacturing c o m- WOODSTOCK, N3. (CP) 3rCss New BnESTrick nss de- cided that four months as a beauty queen is eccegh and she's abdicating. Her letter cf resignation released by or- ganizers of the beauty pageari here Tuesday, Pa-alette Leger of Moccioa feer letter, '''due to my personal feelings -with reject i to beauty pageants, I feel I can no kasger hold the title of Miss S-e wiH be succeeded 0y llariette Cyr of St Andre, X.B., Srst ramer-up in the contest. Rose trial set for January j 3I037I2EAL (CP) Jacques Edgard AHard said Tuesday. Rose, charged with, murdering j Rose, 25. acquitted Satur- Pierre Lsporte daring' Quebec's j day on z charge of fcVfoappffig i 1370 terrorist crisis, will 'stand! Mr. Laporte. Quebec's labor 1 trial in the Jazjcary criminal minister at the time his kid- j assizes, chief Crown prosecutor 1 napping and murder. j million ransom demanded j BUENOS AISES fReuter) Grove, managing j cocsumpaon amounts to S3 a bushel Tbe minister, cabinet spokes-; man for the Canadian j board, said tbe government pre- j paid in April to as-i sure that return, which it guaranteed. Tbe government last Febru- ary installed a two-price wheat for exports than'; for domestic human use. j He was responding to a state- j ment by Jack Earner, Progres- j EDMONTON (CP) Alberta tiaHy sive Conservative spokesman en should own asd control its own j paniss." a Ee also recorrnrecced thai ,___legislative committee on i special taz concessioss to re- sore than SO annually. foreign investment was told i source exploiting .industry be Tuesday. stopped, that incentives should Tse proposal was corsaiaed to Canadiaa- in a sabnjission fay Dr. James i coctroileci conipaises.________ Ecsseli. chairman o-: the Ec- inoBtoc Branch of tbe Comnut- tee For An Isdepecdest Can- ada. are ihriag on borrowed mosey to pay off the interest oresent difference. other borrowed fanners were sspsoriicg coc-! said llr, FuisselL sumers'whea there" was uo pro-; difficuky is to prevent tectioa. for the fanser from ourselves iroa being boogat rising cost ot iiviag. pa ercreiy. We can stop it bat} _____ Jin asotber 10 or 15 years we GUARANTEED PRICE j TT 3--T. Homer, il? for Aita.. said the board sells ?rfeea: t to Canadian raiSsrs at cents z bushel, a price feed by order. Es said the lower: Canadian orice should be a I m-irfrnprn adjusted a! Ike with export prices. He said world prices flow S2.55H a kssheL Bscsase of the: inference, westers; Roman yoctiss staged three hours of violence, setting Sre to cozens cf cars and throwing fire bombs zt d stones at poHce. The pcrice replied with aighi sticks jasd tear-gas barrages. Qowis !ci the acrid ?as drove many residsnts froca their apsrt- nents. Cnrirvmas siaBs were torn ccws hi the Piazza oy youths who also stormed through tbe Cairoo de Hori aad the Largo Arennla. Fireboinhs were throws, at the offices of H tbe newspaper of the govemiag Democratic Traffic was at a staMstiE as cc-lice arid SreinerL hurrisd from ore disturbance to az-other. wailed for hours. In JSIan, bands of rovig youths wim clubs, bricks, iron bsrs firebombs, harassed riot police. Ten policemen were iijured and seven dernoc- strators arrested. In Naples, three persons were injured "by an explosion an a Ycimg youth rally. Feaffter anrl road report SUNEISE THURSDAY SUNSET Lethbridge Fischer Creek Medicine Hat Edinoctcn Grande Prairie rictori LPre -14 .82 -13 -02 -IS .02 -20 -2 .10 of the British-owned s plant, Urban guerrilla kidnappers of British Jwoaessmaa Eonald Grove have demaDGed a ran- 1 som of rt million, informedi reported Tuesday 1 Ms bosie for a game Mr. Lasg said tbe SS-a-bushel "We nsst price for dotsestic sales was i got acd use guaranteed at a time when tbe price was. only JLTlvs. "Tbree de-Bars a "bushel stSl is signincactly higher tfean the ise what we've it properly. We must make sure tbe avaOaole capital goes to Canadian eom- paiies .and those compataes that wil create jobs essen- oir. Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS Quebec Citadels asd hockey executive, of a heart at- f editor of tbe. now-defunct Moo-1 tack. treal. Herald and a partaer in Pembroke, Cock-1 advertising agesscv. f bum, 70, once a wcE-kcowo j Theiford lEses. I builder of Ottawa Siver lumber j Couture, S3, one-time owner of'boats. They gave WEST COAST SEAFOODS TroeMood Sole of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS win be held ot FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thvrsdcy, December 14th ond Friday, December 15th From o.m, to p.m. LAST OPPORTUNITY TO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEAFOOD SPfCIAUlES Is a list of those who have made donations to the Herald's Help- ing Handfcl on behalf of Unitarian Service Com- mittee of Canada and the people of Korea. j I .Vrs. A- Kargsn, i Leffil ;j. 2. I 5 Mr -'xJ Mrs, e L. P. 15.05 IXC UX! w. Oiljilici "rt. -SJC Sfsi Vj-s. F. 5 j Frar, 3, J, 1 Wrt, P. S Gil! D. .v. w. WacViJr., '-tiserAr 2.% I Ci4''er, 75 I H.'jl SSfitfrnfi, 3JCC f fcsan t PrtEce George Vanc-otrrer Saskatoon Ottawa...... 'Montreal..... St John's..... Halifax...... Frederlctoa CMeago New York Miami Angeles (Las Vegas Rome Paris H 11 10 12 0 12 2 S 23 2 33 20 4 -23 8 -21 93 '4 23 17 17 25 27 52 near zero. Tirursday: A few i cloady jatervals. Gosty west ffighs near 10 above. iledicfne Hat llostly suc- 2v tocay. Highs near 15 above. Lows r-ear 10 Thursday: A few clculy periods. Highs Calgary Mostly Eighs 10 above. Ixrsrs sear OccasiossI very ligit snow. sear five Colombia, Kooteaay Today: cbudy. A few overnight. Thursday: Gearing in the njanHng. Higis both days 5 to 10 ezcepJ 15 to 20 in the TT e s i Eoocesays. lew tonight 5 to 10 bekiw except sear 5 above In the west -31 310XTA.VA y> M Berlin AmsterdazH I ifcscow I'Stockholm Tokyo 41 43 FORECAST: Lethbridge Mostly today. Gusty vest near 15 above. East of Divide Stz-sy 2onh partly citXHiy wizh gj3din.g sccth earry today. along east slopes. Partly seetiocs tonight and Thursday Trith scattered light scow soeth- era raoostains. Elghs today Ifl above to 20 above. tonight 10 above zero to 5 below zsro. Highs Thursday 15 above zero to 25 above. West of Divide ty cloudy today. Scattered OTilght and Thursday. Highs today asd Thursday 2Ss. Lows tcoight zero to 10 above (zero except zero to 10 j zero higher naxctaia val country's northernmost province, Wist'E.' Mrs, Marttia Vsuxfisi! 5.M i LABOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13th ST, EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" FRIDAY "ANYTHING GOES" SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUES" WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE LETH. KINSMEN WARRIORS VS UTH. MIDGET 'A' EUCS and Accampanifld by Parent F t E E and their invlttd ONE FOR TWO A single reinecef cs shelter ror ox they down rein-woshsd T in Quong TrJ Province, Sourh Vietncm. Secsoncl men- soon rcinj hove slowed the pots of fighting in (AP Wirephofo) STOCKING STUFFERS No. 950 "D" FLASHLIGHT BATTERY FlojhJig'nH, 7cpe or cny rrsctcrized 2 for 80e AT 2 30 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THtATRf BLOG. PHONE 328-4080 USTER TUB GRINDERS Grinding and tnfxinf hoy end groin slmw- to.-seoyily on ex- f of "Stodtmon's lyCGfO VWSATIU o HAYEUSTtt Tub Grinder, oniy machine that wiH grind yowr hey, bafts, crop smeli groir.s, cofa eern, com and high ecrn A demonstration con be arranged on your form GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 2, Fort Madeod to t Lethhridge district are gen- I Calgary is in good winter con- i good condition. Idition. Calgary to Edmonton.; I, Canada i mainly bare; occasional icy Highway. Calgary to Banff, i patches, packed snow on the rnairJy bare, few slippery sec- shoulders. tions. Banff to Revelstoke, 3. east, to Grassy plowed and sanded with occa- i Lake, good coridJtion with light i sional slippery sections. j packed in sheltered areas, i Banff-Radium I Highway 3. west, lightly snow J covered with icy sections on hifia and in the Crows Nest; highways, plowed and sand- j, few slippery sections. Motorists gre reminded that 4, 5 and 5 are 5n tire3 i g o o d condition, lightly snow mandatory LI all na- covered. 2Txl on sjd sccesa Afl other highways in the; roads. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts i 24 hours: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Dei Bonita a.m. to 6 p.m.; i a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate, B.C.; 24 iPorthiH Rykerts a.m fo midnight; Chief Mountain closed; i a.m. to 5 p.m. ;