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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTKBRIDGE HERALD Thundoy, Decsnisr 14, 1972 News in brief Rescue fund launched EDMONTON (CP An Ed-1 Aid. Dave Ward, working alderman Wednesday John HartweU for 20 days after the Fehr. 4'j, of Edmonton, was kill- '_ crash. He chopped firewood. ed when a concrete slab the fire going, collected fell on him at a construction: lichens after emergency re Lions site- Police ?.Tr. Fehr vras ran and attempted to reach operating a ]aek hammer sr.d a frozen laJce to go fishing. vibration forced a brace The boy died on the 23d day concrete. of ordeal, when the tem- perature dropped to 36 below zero after hovering all day at 20 below, i Meanwhile, Mr. Hart well1 s lawyer, J. C, Cavanagh, an- nounced in Edmonton the pilot's storj' would not be solo to bid- I ders from Britain and Ger- many. "It is not in my client's Inter- est to do so at this said M. Cavanagh, hoping to relieve his client of the pressure he has faced since his rescue. In a separate development, Mr. Hartwell, in an Edmonton hospital, refused to pose with i his 20-year-old son, Peer, for photographers, j He said he did not wish to pa- rade his happiness when the i families of the three crash vic- Urns would never see their chil- dren again. After that date, doctors will be able to prescribe Ernph'L-U- mifies only for con- ditions" on a list that is to published next week. However, health department officials have indicated thit their use a? diet control or pep pilLs wiD be included. Tne conditions for which the drugs wil] be will likely Include noly condirins such narcolepsy, aJi uncontrollable tendency to fall asleep. nesLi. a condition of children in- volving hyperactivity in chij- dren wirh minimal brain darn- age, similar Mnditiwis. As well, a program of erf'jca- tion sponsored by the Canadian Medical Association among its r members has Jed to reduction i in abuse, a CitA I spokesman said. i Indian MP plans lour of prisons KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Literal MP Len Marchand says he hopes to accompany Solicitor General V.'arren Allmawl on a tour of British Columbia pem- tt-ntiarits is alarm- id about the unprecedented number of native Indians Mr. Marchand, Canada's first Irxiian Mem'rxrr of the Com- i mwis, saM in an inteniew Ms to'jr v.-ith Mr. Allmand is a mat- ter of personal interest rather ihsn business. TTV! MP K-i'l he the reaswis for the native population tn Csnailian penitentiBries are rooted in soc-ial corxiitions on Lxiian reserves. He said the Canadian judicial and penal systems have been adjusted to serve the needs o( Indians in recer.t years, but added per.alties harmed out to Ir.dian.1; r.o' be the correct or.es tricce are too many in jail. Mr, Marchawl also said he meet v.ith representatives of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs to discuss changes in the Act planned for the next session oi Parliament, starts Jan. 4. Hrrraver, he did not reveal changes are being Killed by slab road report 5L.VRISE FRIDAY SUNSET Ulhhridge Pincher Creek .Medicine Hat Edmonton Grr.rie Prairie Banff Calgar.- Victoria Penticton Prince George H 21) 17 12 4 L Pre 10 13 -4 6 -3 4 1 J4 -7 17 9 34 -17 .07 3? g to: Socis! Credit arrf the ev. Ders v-ratic over the US i Employer-employee groups cautioned on 4-day week 3rd staged hospital 7. hO staff, telephone oper; among off their jchs for to 2-t hours in London ar.d in provincial cif-ifts ar.d Barrett '.aid Opposi- cn mlv i'id by 3 erron- vj.s'? ly.'.iv.a report into think- !he.'s Minister Cattlemen elect new officers CALGARY A C man. Orrir. Hart, firit vice-presirfer.t of berta Cattle Ereerlers' tion at the group's annusl Wednesday. }i'e-ff president L? Hov.ard Mc- Lonald of Acrne. MacKsr- zie of Nfountain View was named a director. They gave a oi f: to Would fight move EDMONTON" rCPi -Kmploy. men approval for thrrter plan Afrxrr.a Bosrd of hour msiri Britk'h. '.'wM wrUirdy scy web kr.o-A.i as the Helen of ha i founded first .whol for the T." h'ir.d, of a htart a'tack. v'' ManiJFu! P'und t'nitarisn itifrf: of Canada ople of K'irea. on br-haJf ire Com- and Ike VENTURA HOTEL Presents for enfoymenf SPECIAL ond Only "DIEGO" ALCAREZ El Presidsnti; A'dpuko ALL THIS DOM7 MISS HEAPING HIM! ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES )0th GAME S50O JACKPOT IN 56 HOS. SiSO m 57 NOS. IN S3 NOS. f no bifigc colled S3 numberl -will fif BONUS S500 JACKPOT 51 NOS. VCifl A fOR CHRISTMAS 2 CHANCES TO MO GH8 UMDEI 16 YEARS AUOWED1 PUB'JC-UPSTAIRS cr.J GUESTS DGWISLMSS Enfertainmenl hr V-'f', vr.-i INVITED GUESTS Ir, CLUB THURSDAY DEC. 14 SUNSET FOUR FRIDAY DEC. 15 GOLD DOTS SATURDAY DEC SOUTHERN WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS held at FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, December 14lfi and Friday, December 15th From 11.0O a.m. to p.m. LAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES i refinry repre5.er.U- ed rfov.Ti the sr.d safe.y j PUnt mar-sffer R. E.' he would be filing fo have arr.ong workers. He SfMed that u.e proposal 10 snd crn- e iff.rf. tivss thst will h of for Kj-hour board siirj it Gfindirg cr.d J grain ilmu- onteutly ii on of "SfocVrr.an'l o HAYBUSTER T 1 grind you r-t, tea ccrn, ihell RUGGiD VERSATILE The machine tfcar Iiay, crop >moH q corn end h'gh moiiture equa OP ir. Edrnrjr- 'i favor of A demonitrofion can be or ranged on your form GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES of v.o.- rff for four four n.tx'; rk Cx> be foilo-Aed by OrTKJI-W. AS OF A.M. TODAY COLT4TESY OF A.MA 2, to SUvely, drifting poir of G'jr Fortrel or In Daubt About a Gentleman III Gifl Cerlifkale Mr. took 3 Ir.g ifead in rta and rf to (Xesi tViree tarrfi fair riftirg .'.nw. All otr.f.-r hij-hv.ays ottn? si Va.'icvjvtrius, in tran rr.or.tfo, to a to througfewt the ity. hsllol? for rcrriir.'iwl that o.- in all riiitrirt are in gvxi .tknal park.! an 314 7lh 51. 5. Phone 327-223? -n Thyri o-.d Fri, Unhl CO om on ski access PORTS Of ENTRY sr.d 2! ho'ir-: Tarv-fty 0 rn fo f, rri rn !o f. p.m B.C. S 10 f; J! E ,-r. lo rnidnJSr.l; rioswj, a m. ;o i p rr.. ;