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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE ISTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, December 16. I97S News in brief Kidnappers have estey The Brit- officials m Buenos Aires and Cc- denied re- 'f-'is toM Groves stilJ in the 'fi- ir.at Ronald hands of the kidnappers. rsL manafrer of Tr.e British businessman was had snatched bv armed men in sub- e men who kid- urban Buenos Aires as he drove Buenos .Aires to his eo'J club Sunday. A Vestey spokesman denied reconed that Tnursday nighit a report in a i-'.-eir-oiri mil- Efjer.os Aire-5 that ahductors hsd been paid a 31-miiIion ransom, 2 Proteataul. 6 Roman Catliolic 'C? A iesisla- school hoards to t-.ro live cor.-in'itee reports on a bill Protestant ar.d sit Roman Cath- scheo! boards or. I; establish a The bi'.I. by T-a bill goes tn third and fi- Mir.is'er Cloutier, r.a! reading ir> the national a5- sould reduce trie island's 33 sc-mbly today. They gave Following Is a list of those who have made donations to the Lethhridge Herald's Help- ing Handful Fund on behalf ol the Unitarian Sen1 ice Com- mittee of Canada and the people of Korea. Barb tossed at Bennett VANCOUVER fCP; Tr.e Canada and B.C. "skinned man who headed the Canadian by the Americans." Mr. Bennett said earlier this v.Trek that no one in Canada got and, in fact, the Ameri- v.ill pay through the nosfl negotiating team iri Columbia River Treaty talks with Ir.e United States suggested Friday people of British ct, tr-i Dirrtl Zs' v. pa "skinned" by former lire- dfjv.nstrea.-n pov, er benefits i-wimier V.'. A. C. Btnnitt ard his jj, (he long haul. B f.ia '3 Social Credit administration statement broke WM rather than by the Americans. 4 'five-vear silence on Ihe Co- E. Fulton, justice rr.in- 1 ister in John IXefenbaker's Pro- gressivt.- Constr.-ative Govern-; 1 ment, made the comment in a statement Usu'rl through the B.C. Conservative party, of which he is a former leader. Mr. Fulton, now chairman ol 1 the B.C. Lavr Reform sion, headed the federal I .'IM tiating team that drafted the Jw treaty-.-.ith the U.S. government 1KO T-ne t.-ea-.y Mrs. Frank Moores wins divorce A CENTURY OF PROGRESS by Sir A-icn vice chan: ST. JOHN'S, 'C? -oration ior more than three' Oxford Thursday ob T-e r" Dr---rrier Frank ve'srs. cT.inatioi with distinction at th ot X-r.vt'jur.dlar.d Chief Justice Robert S. Fur- i Yeite.-dcy, j Fitzgerald trav 2 Dro-.ssicr.a: divorce long granted the order, After a university'! Ho1 Decree Friiv-' by the provincial period the co'irt cas c-c-e---. Court or. gro'incs o: rrant 5 divorce order. Wiss Mabel Fitzgerald, 100 years cid, is congratulated of Oxford University, after shs received her de- s'a :u: 70 yecrr lale. she passed her physiology ex- turn of could not get degrees. s! d by ambulance from her home in North Oxford to ;se. There, she received her an honorary Master (AP Wirephoto via cable from London J su w L ter Pearson's Liberal goverc- ;r, ment and ratifiwJ in justice mim--ltr JS -rtiphed in -Aith in the middle of a r--.-.c-d over the treaty Mr B-r.ne'.l. fgS Barret o: the Nev; partv gjyl Prime ;ri''Sns did not 'skin1 iada by the Cclum- said Mi. Fulton, retired (rom poli- tic-: [rjilo-A'ing his defeat in tha Karnioops riding in tl.e 1S68 fed- eral eleolion. "If there was any skiraung done, it was the theTi provincial government of B.C. that did il, by iti on the ofRIST.MA.S ABOLISHED MIAMI, Fla. (APj h- nias. A r-.v Friday July Childrtns Day. presfits sre to exchanged, Uius "An admission pov ,'t was wrong' DUSllGS w s Debated. Mr. -r a r H an amendment f j trarncher to pen c to st'jcv t'C: u f-; Dav of the Three Kings gsn started it by 65.cn? in Catholi go-.-errirr.tnl lo for of -M the last time chiMrw receive toys C1 -iw pact, in he tr hoccer results I'S. lit. irt l.'.'l. ayitv, i -f. !1 V E, E--t, 7, ,rp. _ hjve been STS.COO. i LONDON (CPy Old Conn- i c. f life Eer.-er.ces irr-uosed Fri- The charges involved sale of try soccer remits Satiirday: i K.w GENERAL dsv or Tr.orr.as FuriV. 4B, of drags to undercover ROrP of-1 T.I ii e- i convicted 'A traf- ficen; ar.d sn American narcot- Jtalv tracks UOWll Oil IlreWOrkS i3 o: heroin, ra b'i-eau worVdng with1 ,_ vvn rsw T ENGI.ISH I. Weather and road report SU.VP.ISE SVNDAY Sl'NSF.T of firecrackers. many vreap 12 3. men in calls at tiiMs. fj'jUer-i sr.d nore fJisn 24 AU availahie t-oiicerr.fen ard of JJeath-s Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country CASH FLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER calls Sw persons 1 ,nw T f wounded From AP-I'.F.LTKR Alioi 0 2 2 S'ra.-.rser 4 Forfar 2 BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 EBds PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE t-, j THE S50 PRIZE 7'r.g Tr.e "H'' has In in? today's v.-ere drifting the I r-.o'-'r" s'i.-eadv'p.'ing ar.d sftven per- SCOTTISH FA r.o'.r.' r-e.-i v.er'; 'Al-.ide K Stirling C 0 n i Spriraiield area, ar.d Montroe 2 Albio rt k .in 0 Pej'on. named T I .by Jus party CARDS ONLY EACH numbers lo 1-33, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-40, C-54, E-3 a-10, B-i, O-68, O-74, M-31, O-7I, G-5S, G-58, H-36, G-51, G-57, B-l, l-i4, G-47, 1-27, E-15. 1-17, 1-19, M-37, B-3, O-64, O-47, K-41 M-43, G-46, 11-35, 1-29, KX5, fc-14, 8-7, H-32 1-13, E-6, O-62, O-72, 1-25, 5-4, G-40 O-73, G-56, 6-12, M-33, 1-21. THIS NUMBERS: 8-J, 6-13 YOU HVE A WINNING CARD 327-3670 immediately EUEN'OS AIRES ffteuter) Former Argentine Juan Pero-n proelaimed a csr.di- for the p.'erridor.oy. in gen- eral to be held r.ezt iJarch, by a national congrer.s here Friday. This v.as despite hi? a.v r.O'jr.'-cmer.t re left hftre for Paraguay Tr.ursdsy night that he v.-o'id accept trx; can- Aiejsr.dro Ivi- r. i >.ho hs-, riled that F'eron lo }ii 'jj u excerx. in areas. "j lijEhs M to 45. o[ Contintnial Wvidp 5" 'rx.-sirair.g early today, T'l r-vesriir.g f p rn Ku-.iJ.gsle, B.C.; 21 hours; ha-; wn or, for r.o- s? >o-s broke ar.'l st Icsst I s'lh- I'orthiil P.ykerli to Mountain S a m. p ro. ;