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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight 30-35; high Tuesday 45-50. The Lethbridge Herald RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 VOL. LXV1 No. 7 LETHBRIDGE, ALUERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1972 PI'JCE NOT OVER 10 TV.O PAGHb Seven-year-old lone survivor of weekend high way tragedy A uirl U thu Vim.- i-urvivrjr of a ' thai Saturday night killyj nor flijnt, three cousins, her grandparents another KiJM in th'i three milss of Ma'.- hod on Hi' were- -Ma P'ox, 32; Carrie, !5. II, ar.d 'J; Ik-nry S'.ar.d- Alone. and iiis wife, til the rrxjian and 48-yearxiIc! Kovs 5K, 5th SI. S. L-.-thbridge. Tv.rj separate accidents the lives of pcr- o n t: bringing the 'ieath t'tll Li Southern Alberta Tix; of the Birdie SUmdifig Alone. 7, is in condition in Fort Macleod Municipal HcrtpiUI. Mr. Campbell was the driver ot a car which v.-as weoi -.vhen it In collision Tilth a car ov.nwl and operated by Mrs. Fox. KCMP trie Fox car was y.-k broadside on a dry, straight ttretch of high v. ay, arxjut p.m. Mr. Campbell was a'-'jiw the time of Uie mishap. All died at the scene ot Uie accident, except Becky Fox, died en route to Fort Mot- leod Hospital. Police worked for 90 oiirjMtjfeS to free trie from trie vrrfcckaKc. Fort iiacleod Coroner Dr. T. J. Walker has ordered an sy on the bodies and Mr. Canj> fjtJJ and Mrs. Fox but is un- v.hether to hold an inquest. A hesd-ori collision fxie-and- one-hajl miles east of CrarsJord on Highway 3 Sutirday night claimed the fife, of Per- ini, 20 of Taber. Periiji was the operator of a cat which collided with a 1972- vehicle, driven by N'or- 'inan of CouUs. Mr. Thompson and a passenger es- caped injuries. A passe-.ger in trie Perinl el Held I 2.1, cf i? in tatiifsctory wn- ditiwi in Taber Centra! A Winnifrei district farmer, Ha rrmg, 59. died Saoir- day on his farm he carne enufngied Li the pov. er the fractor he was operating. Andras seeks to eliminate UlC 'abuses' By VICTOR MACKJF- UpraM Ottawa Burma CiTTAV.'A Those voluntarily quit their jo'ss or lake one thtv only to last a few v.eelo so they car, itar. une" insurance, may find off from hfc-.efiu in ]K3. Immigration .Minister Andias said MwdsT i.i an ir.'.eniev.- that these are txo fiekb fe is Irxjidng at closer.- u, cetermir.e il would he introduced w the leghiation to euminata such He his not yet de-.-ided what form the Ernendmen'j Uiie tr_at v.iii he into the new ParliarriC-Bl commencing Jan. 4. "TnL5 is something I have yet to take up with my colieag'Jcs m the- cabinet. Jt is tujcer examinatioa in'my depsrtmtnt I to have rtcommenda- UoTis to TK of ths prdpcec'i v.iil then made in the proper place, in r.e A press report that vho thei.- jobs or take a short lived o-e coiiMtrng unemployment iisia-aice pay nez; year, v.-as ''too def- inite." he Eairi. "Our planned char.res are only in the formative stages. They still have to and approved in canine', a.-.d then in pointed out. Tne !r.vjrtr.ce A'-t was not ed to pro-.-ice aiSLSunrs to thvsc- deliber- ately erjJt'J.-.g thsL- V.K they coj'd in or, tha prosrar: hy i paM vacation. Nor )-_ -ho uke a i'.jort term job j'ji'. to get on the roils. Andras that at present there Y- z three dete.Ter.t period for who their job-. r tiere i> the rcEular two weeks vaitins t1-'-- veek s to' a! of v.bHI.-g He doubts that the three '.on? He iray tr.a' ix- '-o v.eeri-.. -0r he may rerno'.e the provision of benefits for PEACE TALKS AT IMPASSE Americans lift bombing curbs U.S. applies the pressure MANGLED STEEL Fox vehicle, lop, and the CampbeEl vehicle _. pt for person c'rl-i 'for Trm jty to a his or her Vx) because c! illneis or beva'ise of the work- ing corjditions are or intoleraVe. Mr. Andras ack.'.ov'led'cd i: v.ill be a di-'f-xull Eituation to cea] v.v.h :n The categories mentioned frequer.rfy djr- Inj the as the unemplcyrnent ir.iurarive program yoxrfi v.orked for a perirxl t'j for tr.e volo'r.'ariiy auit their to take an extended paid vacation. mentioned were of house- wives vorki.o? then cutting to get the UC the t" o he aV.jt TTiOst d'iring the He r.opes Vj be able to clear up abuse-.. rcctrd-, thc.-s- werr- tariiy quit their ;oo-: in iW2 cut of the UIC or 10 cerit. If he can n-r.-.edy that sltuauori the expenditures the UIC in "So'.': drop cor.siderabiy. Tloe costs of L'K rta'.hw K billion this year. Mr. in a press re- port last as a :.srdiiner because of his plari- aotion to UJC. tfe took issue v.v.h that'iescriptior." v.ho are lurjimployed and ir: Kill continue to ur.'ler the program, he iaid. Astronauts tidying vip for Tuesday's return By WILLIAM BEECHEK New York Times Sen'ice WASHLVG T 0 N -President Nixon Ls E; numh-er dip'oma'Jc and military mes- 5Ujes designed to put pressure 0.1 North Vietnam to reach an eirty cease-f i r agreemeiii, Administration offi- cials deciarfcd Sunday. The ofiicials said that Kissinger's n e w s conference at wrJch that '-nth Hanoi had fallen to resch "a just and fair egret-rrjerjt." 'Ais first move in the OTHER STEPS Orher stfrps under considers- lion, disclo-syj. include the frjllov.l-i2L Private diplomatic efforts to have the Soviet Union, China o: 'v.T ilon-. to ir.fluence to tw ne- "back on s'jcden replac-emerA by tjr of iiiines in Haiphong har- bor ar-d o: r North Viet- namese ports ebove Lhe 2Cth psraliel. In some offi- cials said, North Vietnam has begun mines weeping without hindrance the United Slates. And. if the measures (ail, 3 resumption of bombing c' targets north of the Tne United Stales stopped such bombing in late s sign of in resction to Hanoi's conciii- approach to peace neEo-tia- tiyn5. riarting on Oct. S. Admin- istration officials say that a re- sumption of bombing north of the yr.h parallel Ls the least likely step to t-e taken because o.f danger of scuttling trie peace SHIFTING TACTICS Even it is clear er the military- plans are ac- tually meant to be carried out or '.vhether at this poin: trwy are dtsiETic-d lo serve a? a threat in the diplomatic cx-ss. From AP-REUTER HOUSTON 'CPr V.'ith the ipace expi the.Ti, the A polio 37 rx-hzr.d ir. fw their iSeen and heard About town pEALLSTKJ Casty Camp- JL bell rieciirjrig aJ; of cup of after a Chri-t- party Tommy Crigb- ton accepting a h'jge present ar.d s f t e r through v. hat he sly-'sys comb. H anison tt on course for a solas ryfovm in the South Pacific p.m. MST Tuesday. Their ship America was cper- e'.ir.g perfectly. day in space ar.d after a night's rest, had to equip- m f-nt, rev; e-w chec klisLs ar.d clean up the comrriarxi ship, The spacemen also hsd to se- cure their record o: moon rocks, three canisters of film ar.d other science treasures gftihe-rec during the 13-day mis- sion Wi the rr.oor.. A of scissors, used Ly ihg s tror.a uis to cut ojx. n I rxxi pouches. y.i :I was rniss somewhere m the command shJp. A plan being put to- getrrer by engicetra here t'j the Sisironauts for Tuesday-1 scissors pose no proLlems in the of space. could braise an astronaut if he v.ere hjt by them on splash- Apollo 17 splash CO-AX 4f-0 rrJles southeast of Samoa. Good v. f ather forecast ar.d tv.o pr: me recovery ship. The co.'XJeross, vas on station for return of the IT.C-G. Woodivard cheque cements pact rents of dead hahy Aits. fCP' The were searchLn? today for the parents of a one- year-old child fistirjd ceid i." its crib on the Alexh Re- serve, miles of Edmouwn Tne RCMP said the child found in a raise v.-ith four other childrerj, the oldes: rjr.e years old. The chijdren being cared for by Indian authorities on the reserve. A cheque that sig- nals the of V-'oxiward Syjrfc; to panicipate in re development scheme for received at city hali today. Tne cheque is the first Ir. VToyJwaid'E agresment to b'jy !0.5 acres vrfthin a five- bloci: area betwte.-i 4-th St. i'A ath St. on 6th Ave. S. Tots! cost of the be ssoo.ow. cs- rrierj'.s the agreement.'' a spo- for city said today. evelopmentin five ciov.Titov.-n city by %vard3 the gavc-rnrnen' of Alberta is a reality as the plan- phases are now under Tne c-ir-- actively ioin the dc-.-c-loprnent in April 1973 with E start on construction of a new central firehall at the south end of trie project, said the state- ment. Canadian barley produces "miracles'' for Koreans f L A helping handful iTiO-.-ir.g ir.lo tht last of tr.h V.Vve go', to pull up our Tvo- ir.ri-ri-hij'f or ihrcA carloads of harlev for Korea that's our yoisl. We've to ,-aiit Pay raises urged OTTAWA rCP5 TCase irv creases of C5 cents an hour over a ccatrfcC. lasting until 31, 1974. are recommended fcr postal vvorkers by report of a con ci ii a tic n board cealirjE vitli tne coiitrsct dis- pute between post men aad the government. The report, released today, signed hy chairman SM urjion nomfnte of tne roricilisUori A mirioniy rer-ori. prepared by cove "rime m nominee Broce S'e-.'-'art. suggesis in- that cmount lo of 10 cents an hour less than In the majoritv study. Frcm REUTER-AP Tne United States has resumed full- scale bombing of Nonh nam and -A-ill until Hanoi agrets to settlement cf the war, ths Whitt Ho'jse nounced today. The Vnite House said Presi- dent Nixon orde.-ed the resump- tion of tombLng of North V-tt- nam lo cope with another enemy end forestsU a possible Communisi olferisive. Presideniiai prtss secretary RonaAd Ziegler refused t-j link Nixon1 s decision to the current e'.aleraate in the peace talks. He said the "road to nesotiated peace is wide open, We vent a rapid setvie.T-.nt. said trie action 15 con- EijTsnt 'Ailh''-ihe Nixon ou'.Jined in a May 3 speech and the policry "will wniinue until Fjch time as s. seukment is arrived a'. n s speech S, Nixon said the full-scale bomb- ing of North and the mining of its harbors ouid continue there a thro'jrrhoist and rll American had rehsr-wi bv KESTRrCTfONS LIFTED in Laird the ton announcement of the Jliiing of restrictions, operations are bern g conducted throughout North Vietnam at the present Laird told reporters. Tne defence E-ecretary resuswJ to go into EDV details of air exritions betciise. said. he anted to endaii gerlri g the lives of American air crews. Laird briefly acknowledged tin? lifting o'f Ijoaibing re5tric- tiors on North Vietnam days after Dr. Henry Kissinger, chief U.S. peace negotiator and president Nixon's security ad- viser, had reported negotiations a ceasefire were at an LT-p3_sse, KissLcaer blamed trie North Viemamese for coming up wiih v.'hat he called pro- posals and changing their posi- tions on he fek had been resolved. Stricken Truman speaks KANSAS Cm' 'AP Hirry S vca.? irr.- prcved tr.d for the firs: time in more than f. b'.n rs in sencijs COTJ- ditio-i. A for The j id ra :se the irta sdmum for letter rrier s t o hour. 15 months after CANADIAN BARLEY STACKED USC dis'ribijficn cer-frc HIGH ir, Sco ri' L" 1 of barley ;rr-- hss helpfyi Of U paid Korearis rjf a rr mail vour to the wage levels now TAOrk dor.'.-. of a proposed. ftre Kund, said that prjstal woriiem is we have r.o skills to their yj> ar.d in iife on-tlie-job trcinir.g ._ ___ __ __ except for some highly you were ad 3 visitor from ;