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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THF. IFtHBRIDGB HERALD _ Monday, Dcecmlmt 37, 1971 Holiday roundup the shiverin! was done by Albertans lly THE CANADIAN PRKSS The holiday wefktnd for some Canadians was a time for shiv- ering t record cold tempera- complaining about a 5 Christmas, phoning lly. quarrelling, a n d thundc ing downtown in droves for Boxing Day bargains. Prime Minister and Mrs. Pierre Trudeau became the par- ents of a six-pound nine-ounce son Christmas night. Six Air Canada personnel spent part cf the holiday in Cuba following a successful hi- jacking of a Thunder Bay-to-To- ronto ffight to Havana by a man with a grenade and a pistol. Motorists surpassed the pre- dictions of the Canada Safety Council. Forty-six persons had died on roads by midnight Sun- cay night, edging past the coun- cil's prediction of 45 deaths for the period from Friday night to midnight Tuesday night. The death tally included one of the worst Christmas acci- dents in Ontario's history. Eight persons from two families died in a head-on collision Christmas night on an icy highway near the southwestern Ontario com- munity of Simcoe. TEMPERATURES LOW Most of the shivering was done in Alberta as record low temperatures were observed at 13 Alberta municipalities. The residents of Peace River munched not turkey Christmas Day while outside it was 45 de- grees below zero. Fort Chipewyan also had tem- peratures of around 45 below. Uranium City, Sa.sk. barkened Christmas Day with 42-below weather. i The Honors Pass through the Rocky Mountains of British Col- umhiii was dosed several limes by snow slides, choking off the main highway artery linking the West Co'ast with the rest cf Can- ada. But in Toronto, the weather was mild, and the only snow came from aerosol cans for Christmas trees and from nra- chines which coaled suburban slopes for impatient holiday I skiers. A cold spell accompanied by i heavy snowfalls also disrupted holiday travel plans in British Columbia, where 11 communi- ties reported record low tera- pastures overnight some dating back to Cold- j est spot in the province was Qucsnel, 42K miles north of Van- i couvcr, where the mercury dropped to 40 below de- grees colder than the previous record. In the Fraser Valley, cast of Vancouver, pilot cars were used S' a t u r d a y to guide traffic i through drifting snow. Vancou- ver itself had one of its rare I white Christmases, with the i third major snowfall of the year continuing throughout Christ- mas Day. Near Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, about 3.000 persons turned out in 26-degree temper- atures to watch as at least 200 hardy souls dashed into the icy waters of Georgia Strait for the annual Boxing Day swim. The swimmers got no more than SO feet from shore. A small group of Indians maintained a lonely vigil on the top floor of the deserted 27-sto- rey CN Tower in Edmonton. The 12 are continuing a sit-in in the office of the Indian affairs department to support demands for tetter living conditions and educational policies on the Cold Lake reserve in northeastern Alberta. All of 14 minimum-security prisoners from the Saskatche- wan penitentiary farm in Prince Albert who got special Christmas leave returned at midnight Sat- urday but two of 60 maximum- security prisoners did not show up at the deadline. One is still at large. The unseasonably warm weather brought out the long distance telephone callers. Bell Canada reported delays of up to six hours Christmas Day as about Ontario di- alers competed for transatlantic telephone lines to overseas rela- tives. At times, a Bell spokesman said, operators just gave up and quit accepting all but emer- gency calls because of the jam of uncompleted calls. In Edmonton, people made a record long-distance tele- phone calls Christmas Day, but took time out from dialling to stage a remarkable number of family spats. Police said they responded to three times the normal number of complaints about family dis- putes. ________ Edward, Andrew stole the show LONDON (CP) Princes An- drew and Edward stole the show Saturday as the Queen broadcast her televised Christ- mas Day message to the Com- monwealth from Buckingham Pala.ce. Her yoimgest sons, Andrew, 11, and Edward 7 helped her leaf through the royal family album. Edward looked at pictures of King George VI, his grand- father, in uniforms of Britain's three fighting services during the Second World War. "It's the navy, the army and I the air he blurted. A picture of a worn jn dressed fashionably in First World War style brought a forthright com- ment from uninhibited Edward: "Nasty." VIEW FAMILY ALBUMS The Queen led her sons through an informal viewing of family albums of five genera- tions. When she showed a photo- graph of the Football Assoda- .ion final between Bolton and Manchester in 1926 and told them Uiis was the first time their father. Prince Philip, had gone to a soccer final, Prince Andrew turned all-British boy. "Bolton Wanderers are now In the Second he said. The boys didn't score per- fcctly on all the family pictures. Andrew did spot a famous pic- ture of his mother changing a lire during the Second World War while she served in the Auxiliary Training Service. In her formal message, the Queen emphasized the import- ance of moral values over tech- nological achievements. She said'that if parents realized the importance of the values they pass on to their children, "then our contribution as parents will be just as important as any made by scientists and engi- neers." FAMILY DAY Queen Elizabeth spends some time with two of her sons, Prince Andrew, 11, left, and Prince Edward, 7, p rior to her Christmas broadcast.___________ JANUARY FUR SAL STARTS TOMORROW, DEC. 28th WITH OUTSTANDING SAVINGS CANADIAN FU PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING 4th AVE. S. Ontario mishap claims eight Soccer results Ev THE CANADIAN PRESS One of the worst traffic mis- haps in Ontario's history claimed eight of the 61 persons who died accidentally in Canada during the holiday weekend. The Canada Safety Council's prediction of 45 traffic deaths was surpassed three-quarters of the way through the 102-hour holiday period. By midnight Sunday night, 52 persons died on Canadian highways. The holiday period began at 6 p.m. Friday and ends at mid- night Tuesday night, local times. A survey by The Canadian t I for two children i DETROIT (CP) Doctors i Children's Hospital here say they have successfully trans- planted a pair of kidneys from a dead Windsor baby to two De- j trcit children. i The kidneys came from 11- month-old Kathleen Beau- champ, who died Thursday, and for Douglas and Jean, the young parents of Kathleen, it was a Christmas where strength was to result from tragedy be- cause of their decision. Doctors in Windsor concluded that Kathleen would die from injuries suffered Tuesday when she fell from a parked car. The parents were asked by two doctors from Detroit anc Windsor if they would consider giving permission to give kid cys from their daughter for ansplants. Mr. Beau champ, 26, re larked then to Dr. Yvan Silva Wayne State University tha we have other children a onie. If you really have to ait, we'll wait. But it would be ce if you did it today because en we could have some kind Christmas for our other chil- men's UJEflR ONCE-A-YEAR TAILORED-TO-MEMORi STARTS TUESDAY, DEC. 28th and CONTINUES TO JAN. 17th! i BIAUTY CLOTHES UNDER SPECIAL O A ARRANGEMENTS AT XI I Vf) ASAVINGOF...... 'V Vl1' We urge you to make your lelection as soon tu posiibls to ovoid diiappointment and dolayl I mens UJERR DOWNTOWN on FIFTH STREET SOUTH The couple's other children re Wendy Lee, 3, and Douglas, Tests were done, an operating taff was mobilized Friday and oday, Peter Donna and Anne idiolson, two young Detroit hildren, have hope for the So- ure. "At least we know that our aughter did not die for noth- Kathleen's grieving par- ents said. Press showed that in addition to the road mishaps, four persons died in snowmobile accidents, two in fires, one when a tractor overturned, one by asphyxiation and one froze to death. Outings by two family groups resulted in the eight traffic deaths in a two-car crash near Simcoe, Ont., Saturday night. Tho collision occurred on an ce-covercd road. A total of 27 people died in Ontario, all in traffic mishaps. Quebec's accidental death toll was 22. including 18 in traffic, three in snowmobile mishaps and a person who froze to death. Saskatchewan had two traffic deaths and one in a fire, for a total of three. Nova Scotia had two acciden- tal deaths, one traffic and one by asphyxiation. Newfoundland had a road death and a man killed when a tractor overturned. In Manitoba, one person died in traffic and another in a fire. British Columbia's two acci- dental deaths were in traffic. A snowmobile accident claimed the life of one person in ew Brunswick. Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick were fatality- Eree. The 52 traffic deaths during the weekend, plus 55 during tlr previous week, brings to at least the number of per- sons killed on Canadian high- ways since Jan. 1. The survey does not include Industrial deaths, slayings or known suicides. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Chelsea 2 Ipswich 0 Everton 2 Huddersfield 2 Leeds 3 Derby 0 Leicester 1 Wolverhampton 2 Man United 2 Coventry 2 Newcastle 1 Sheffield U 2 Notts F 1 Arsenal 1 Southampton 1 Crystal P 0 Tottenham 0 West Ham 1 West Brom 1 Liverpool 0 Division IT Birmingham 3 Cardiff 0 Burnley 2 Blackpool 1 Hull 2 Sunderland 3 Middlesbrough 2 Carlisle 2 Millwall 4 Fulham 1 Norwich 3 Charlton 0 Orient 2 Queen's PR 0 Preston 1 Bristol C 0 Sheffield W 2 Luton 2 Swindon 3 Portsmouth 1 Watford 0 Oxford 1 Division III Bolton 0 Barnsley 0 Brighton 2 Bournemouth 0 Bristol R 2 Port Vale 1 Chesterfield 2 York 1 Halifax n Blackburn 1 Plymouth 3 Torauay 1 Rochdale 0 Bradford 1 Rolhcrham 3 Oldhara 1 Shrewsbury 0 Transmcre 0 Swansea 1 Aston Villa 2 Walsall 2 Mansfield 1 Wrexham 1 Nolls C 1 Division IV Bsrro 1 Bury 1 Brentford 1 Crewe 0 Cambridge 3 Grimsby 1 Coldiester 1 Peterborough 1 Exeter 1 AMershot 0 GilHngham 4 Northampton 1 Newport 1 Chester 0 Doneaster 1 Sen-'1- J Harlqraols 2 2 Lincoln I Liinort 1 Soulhport 1 Workington 0 Darlington 0 IRISH LEAGUE Batigor 0 Crusaders 0 Cliftonville 2 Dcrry 2 Cc'r.'aine 1 Distillery 4 Glentoran 5 Glenavon 0 Linfidd 2 Ballymena 2 Portadown 2 Ards 1 Weather and road report Offers an eye NEW DELHI (AP) An In- dian journalist whose only name s Thimkamu, has offered to jive an eye to a soldier blinded n combat against Pakistanis. 50-year-old-man said he of- 'eml an eye because he had nothing else to give and he had been moved by the public re- sponse to appeals to sacrifice for the soldiers. 592 DIE CHICAGO (AP) The traffic death toll on U.S. highways rose to 592 as the three-day Christmas holiday weekend ended offi- cially at midnight Sunday night. The figure was within the range predicted by the National Safety Council, which had esti- mated 520 to 620 traffic deaths within the 78-hour period, which began at 6 p.m. Thursday. California led the United States in number of traffic deaths with 55. The highest number of per- sons killed in Christmas traffic accidents in rccenl years was 720 in Last year's figure was 509. SUNRISE TUTSDAY SUNSET II Lethbridge 0 Medicine Hat 4 Pincher Creek 15 Edmonton ........-1 Jasper ...........-8 Banff ............-3 Calgary 16 Vancouver 26 caskatoon ........-14 gina ...........-16 -inipeg .........-W .oronto 39 Ottawa 25 Boston ...........51 Chicago.........43 Denver.......... 57 Las Vegas 58 Los Angeles ......50 Miami ...........76 New York....... 52 Phoenix ..........f'fi Sail Francisco 50 FORECAST: today. Highs L Pro near 15 above. Tuesday: -10 Cloudy periods. A few snow- -12 flurries. Lows overnight near -12 zero. Highs 15 to 20 above. -11 Lcilibiiilge -18 Sunny. Winds southwesterly -13 20 and gusty by noon. Highs -9 near 15. Tuesday: Cloudy 9 periods. Lows zero to 5 -19 low. Highs 15 to 20. -24 Medicine Hat Today: -18 Mainly sunny. Winds west 15 20 and gusty today. Highs 10 to 15. -i .02 i Cloudy periods. Lows 39 .01 zero lo 5 below! Highs near 15. 35 .03 Columbia, 23 .01 Mainly sunny and cold. Tues- 32 I day: Mostly cloudy and milder. 44 .12 Highs today 10 above except 71 zero to 5 below in the Columbia 46 .01 district. Lows tonight 5 to 15 42 below and highs Tuesday 10 to 45 .17 15 above. Cup of Clareshoim A M. O.K. Colony, B. Hny, Irthtirltlrje Linda Vender Fluil find mom..... Mallhew, Orr, Michael, Orr, Lethbrldge Dnrln Orr, Lethbridge Stephen, Orr, Sadie P. Gray, Calvary Jeff and Lori Olson, Lcthbridge........-- Mrs. Thleicn's Grade PJve Class, Milk River Elomenlflry School Bnlclorscn Family, Dirrril ami Glc Lethbridge Mr Ivaniti, rnrpnifTSf H. F-loyd Thompson, I plhhrldfj inrl Scott'and snetiy crows, I cthiirldfio nil! Diltmnn, Milk River Mrs. Monn Wells l.flhhrldqo...... Mr. .ititl Mri. N. Krlstotfersen, NnhlPton' 5.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Sfhool, Grfltl" Eiqht, Lcthhndfj" S S3 VAldonn Unit, T.-jbcr 7.50 and Julie Mulr. AnonymouJ, Lcthrjrjdns Alan, Stir snd Carol, Lfithtiridcje 10.M ppriiaJrlc Ward Stnlf nt St. Artlchoel's Hospital, Lethbrldgs ltt.00 Wilson Community Club, Lethhrldqe....... Mr. ant) Mrs. J. R. Hunt, Wilson Junior High School, Lcthbridqe L. .'ohnstcn end Family, Anonymous, Lclhhridqfi In memory of Ed Erickscn and noh Uflcy Mrs. Pcnrfl's Grflrlc Six ClflSl, St. Mnry's Sfhtol, Tabor Barnni Junior Httih School School, Room 10B, Elm Spring Colony, cnfttnr Buchnnsn School, Lislhbrldfiit Devon Nurslnq Hfimf Pfttlcnti rind Stnlf, LPlhlirldne Second Year Sttidcntr. AAnltvnal Child Prrqrnm, St. MiflmH's School ot Nurslnn, Lcllihridfin.......... R. S. Thompson, Snrlnn fNNlly Tflilor 7 JH Club aoa, fttibtrt i h School, l.f'ti S9.90 4S.55 150.7ft TOTAL TOTAt TO HWW.W Give yourself a Present AN ALLIS CHALMERS Transmission let Jake Janien Show You Our Rsacly-To-Go Specials! TRADE GRAIN, FINANCE CONTRACTS OR EVEN CASH GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESV OF AMA Highway 3 west from Pinch-1 licvclstoke four Inches of new or Creek to the B.C. border is poor visibility due to covered with packed snow with j omc drifting snow. Highway 5 rom Map.rath ID Cardslon, drifting snow. All other snow. The Rnnff-Kadi- inn nnil Ilnnff-.bspor Hiphways received three to six inches of lighways in the LcthbridRc p.m.; liooscvillc. It.C.'ll a.m. to C p.m.: 21 hours; Porthill Hykerls 8 a.m. lo midnight.. Chief Mountain closed. e a.m. to 6 p.m. o four inches of new )lowcd sanded, occasienal ;