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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonight 10; high Sunday 40 idge Herald RIGHT OH TARGET FOR VOL. LXV1 No. 17 LKTHBRIDGE, ALBKRTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1972 Price 15 Cent? FOUR SECTIONS OS PACKS HALTS BOMBING Viet to re; leaving court FLOWERS FOR GRANDFATHER crcridclv'drc-n p'cce en coffin during lying-m-state ceremony CALGARY fCPj Mr. Jus- tice Harold has tendered his resignation rrora the trial division of the Alberta Su- preme Court, Chief Jusiicc J. H. Milvain said today. The chief justice said the resignation has been sent to federal Justice Minister Otto Lzjie. He said the resignation not take effect until it is approved by the cabinet. Mr. Justice Riley, 62, a 15- year veteran of the court, was scheduled to retire in March, WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon lias ordered a halt to the bombing of North Vietnam's industrial heartland around Hanoi and Haipriong and Henry Kissin- ger's secret Paris peace talks with the North Vietnamese v.-ill resume Jan. 8, the White House said today. The order marks an end to the heaviest bombing of the began above the 20th parallel Dec. 13. The United States has the loss of 27 air- craft and 93 airmen kill----------------------------------------------------------------------------" ed. captured or missing since it began. Depu'.y press EK.Tf.ary Gar- Warren th? ordered suspe.-.sion of bo.Tibi.i3 raids above the 2'.r.h ptralM ''as soon as it survive eras returns to the Mi !esparate fflanaguaiis for rations lon MANAGUA, Nicaragua fPUEU- 'Jar.sguafis shoved, el- and kii-i-ifr'i each other in ;i for relief rations as rtd >hc- of sprouted ab'jve Ih'i ci'v. Carl Donald, relief coord ina- lor of the Organization of Amer- ican States, told reporters relief oKiFctjCTi-j needed better co -r- di nation. "There harp been some mis- understandings among the many relief organizations and with the Nicaraguaa govern- he said. Donald said 50 planes were landing daily with food, clothing snd medicine. Food shipments Banks rsopenen in tents along highways outside the capital Frid EV b-Jt fire s burned un- checked in hard-hit downtown areas. r.l before supplies it trr- a rod .'.t or.c siai-e a r.v-n to the; rr'en har.d- LS t.-j y.yjr relatives and rrom re id [x.v.c-r ll.-.ers in the b j'. v.Tben 2 .OV) an d ir. ar. 'jyrir.rjjfc.kc: last in 1 ria orders hU v-r--. l'.--: Ti-.-- V; tr.f: P-L..-I r. Ur.i'.t-: I'rom EEIRLT, Lc-oaron fCPj Fcur Palestinian Arab rula.> '-'.-h-o seized the Israel: em- basi'v in t h c- n re- six ho.v.a.ees and to Cairo, v.-ill he- irltd by tr.e Black organizition for vio- J'.tir.g s nev.'S- The A! Moharrcr, xvith the guerrilla rr.overr.ent, the fo'jr te tried by a ''revo'u'.ionary court'' S'Xja It did r.ot say v.T.ere th-3 base Is. Tne arrived in CcJro Sources conr.f-cted v.r.h the Eiack group were cuolM as saying the four com- had ins'.raCiiorjS 'o vp the sy in Thii- the hos'.a't-o if their for of 36 gue-rrillas from prisons r.ot Tr.en they to surrender t.'i auth-o-rititi, "Only under cir- ijy out of bu: v.-ith tr.eir hWstagts. to a A! Mohar- j er Black Sfj'ircw as saying. PRFS.SUHE INVOLVED? The hinted that E'jrc by may nave a factor th'it rr.ade the- i'r.-jr tiK-ir mis- sion. The arnbssisrior to Thailand, Mustafa el Essaway, played a major role in negotia- tions led to the release of the Israeli hosiages in exchange for safe cor.duct to Cairo for the t-.ons v.ith Hanoi politburo fcer Due Tbo ar.d hc-sd of tine "sorth Vietnarritse delega- tion in Paris, Xuan Thuy, be rciTtrnirig alter a halt of nearly one month. taliis broke off Dec. 13 and bt- gan the heaviest homb-ing of the v.-ar on Dec. IS. ea said techrJ c a] U b c tv.'een w b o t h sides will resume Jan. 2. These lovre-r level talks have an, The White House refused to say vhe'thtr Nijton's bombing-halt order already hsd taken effect. Ho'.vever, Har.oi Ister said that it had, "The prcrsicent has ordered thfit all bombing be dis- continued above the k-1 as long as senous re.sotia- are under in his brie: Har.oi had such 3 bombing h alt bef or e tail-is could resume. whether had roc-i-ived a E: jT.ial f H that the Communists ready to their stance. ren responded that he cculd not yet discuss the content of dis- the other side. The H oose sires sed that the bombing halt applies onlv above ihe 2dth carallel. This rneariS that the Hanoi and Kaiphong heanland will again b-e off limits to U.S. air attacks but port io :is o f T-i" h Vietnam will" still subjec; to bombardment.. MIAMI fAp> _ An Eastern carn'inH 107 la'e Friday night. Fpill- ins men and women into the rr.iirky waters of the swamp. Authorities said more than htiif of t hose abo ard Eun-j ved the crash, the first fatal accident in vol vin z the new breed of The U.S. Coast Guard said S3 survivors pulled frcm the -vSTC-ckage. vater and muck by rescuers laboring in darlings in accessible Tr.e search for the living and ihe dead continued past dawn toiay. The Wg Loclxeed L-JOi! was en route from New YoS: to Miami when it crashed j ore rnidni gh t F rid 2 y J t miles nonrwesi of International Airport. Th-2 of the crash "vvas not kr-o An easte m s pok es m an said there vras no from the pilot. Helicopters and ee r dnWs of crsft craft that skirn the pressed into the difficult rescue effon, "It's the vorst thing I've ever Sr-rrt Li my said Bill Hod- of Miami, a coast guard pilot. were El! over (he place. two pieces of plane were intact, the tail and a sec- tion of the cabin.'1 Hodges said. ''The rest of the plane was in a thousand pieces.'' we tried (o land tr.ero Frank Borman, the astronaut is an Es s tern vi ce- prc-sirJfr-.t. flc'-.v to the scene tc htlp clrec-'. work in the knee-deep water. He described the survivors exceptionally cairn ihc-y'ed for helicop- ter E.VJ b'jy'.s to ferry them from the scene. Resc-uors set up a command post at nearby In- dian villBETp. The Indians who iivg in the s -.v um T) h c! p :-d in f he res cue the council refused ic let them bring the injured 01 dfisd into the settlement, Polite said Indian lesden their religious LeUcfs dictate that a building be distroyei if someone dies in it. guardsmen, police anc vol uri t eers v.-yrkc-d t hi'ou gh th e by foot through trie inL-.'k. vrfjviina tlieir thToueh five-foot saw- g ras s o re 2 ch the cluster s ol fjrdvors and recover the dead. Flashlishu end cells or di5tres< were the only g'iid-2 until port- able floodlights set in r.c No Herald New 1 ear's Tr.e Herald will not publish NV.v Year's Day. Full coverage of holiday we-i'kerid ne'.vs events will h-s in regular editions Tuesday. Jan. 2. Only S600 to go Looks like Koreans tvui get their barley A helping handful get It loorzs like we're go'Jig to carloads of barley to ihe Korean fKxxl victims just like we promised Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova and the Unitar- Ser-'ite Committee a month Frankly, for a couple of it looked like we were not coing to make it. Vi'e thought our readers had lor got ten all about us. V.'u're going to level with you today, H being the second-last day of 3972. and Tell you in all hor.e5ty that we didn't reaiiy Irlnk Southern Albenans cered tvQ much about the Koreans and their flood problems. Kow v.TOng can you be? We've in the Help- ir.g' Har.d fund today and we 10 tell Doug Walker, edi- torial pace editor, right he-re in print where he can read it, of barley for Korea that his idea to call it Hebing Handful of barley for was just right for the cxx-aron. Because the people beautifully. Now it takes a great mar.y dollar donations to G'A And it takes a iot of chil- dren, men. women oldvini- ers to put this fund, a kind of "little people's over the top. Thanks a million to all o: you. TnanJa to the brethren, the hospital workers. the Elks. Lions. ire school chiidren ar.d their teGC-h- 'Inarms to all the littie people with big hearts. Thanks to Hunts ville School the Forth Family, the Lucky Strike Cor.jrniuiity, Kockport. Old Springs Huticrite ihc Smaller grand chiidren. t h e Lohues Fcrrn, D arid K Farms, Youth Gala Srripiura X.R.C.. ar.d Schxil. It's amazing what you v.-onceriul psople have manag- e'i to do. Old age pensione" Charles Fsulkes of Fort MacLeod sends a fir.c- and these words: I hope you can bring it over iho :orj. As a subscriber to The Herald, I have teen I'--. o: 'he campriigrs that you had for trie local in the line of food hamp- BLit change and I, have to change Well. Faulkes, chf-nge bur the helping hand v; ii! a 1 way s be n ec-ced. The paradox o; our cenlurv is that seme live in abundance vhije c-thti'j; live in squalor. Tnis is sorri'.'thLng we ptist simp'v have to face UD to. And have to do something "We r. tr c-d Do 5 042 I'hea join v.irh this .sood It's a go'xi vv'av to finish off th? year. r For list of contributors see Seen and heard About town Code Clc- jnen'.s threa'CTJr.g to wear corstracuon shots if ciri frierid does no; take un Craig V.ilson. 07. out he i'r.'i ;M old to get a diaper ;