Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 IETHBRIDGE HERAID SnlurJoy, December 30, 1972 Top Tories lo attend parley Snatch squad succeeds CALGARY (CP> National Icsr.er Robert Starj'icld vill join Peter Lo'jghecd in key at the AJbvrU Progressive Con s e r v a live Party'? annual here Jan. To date, rolicy topics have been set for ir.-i rr.ec-iins: Meaning! tax rcf-rm. incen- Volcano blows nine-mile .smoke JAKARTA IAPI A team o! vclcar.o'.ogists has boon sen: to Mount '.vest of Java, to investigate ct threat- ening rumbles i-.f 492 tec: from the volcano's BELFAST (AP) British troops and guerrillas of the out- lawed Irish Republican Army j pounced on each other in a tit- j for-tat duel in Belfast Friday night that ended with 11 sus- pected IRA members in jail and one captured terrorist leader snatched from his hospital bed by his men. "in Dublin, police specia' branch agents pounced on Ror> 1 O'Brady, 40-year-old presiden i of Sinn Fein, political arm o: I the IRA's provisional wing tha! 1 is battling the British in North. smoke blows as high as nine Ireland. rr.i'.es. He was taken to Bridewell Krakatau erupted on 27, for interrogation and hek 1CP3. blowing half of Karakatau i under Offences Against the iive> fcr small businesses ard iraall farms, lard use in Al- berta, welfare and srovincial municipal financ- i This '.vii! be the second an- nual convention since the Pro- Conservatives formed the government in Alberta, and the first since (he party swept ell ;9 Alberta seats in the Oct. federal election. The explosion was heard 2.5CO mile.s and its tidal waves killed 35.COO. The volcano's reported eruption in 1K3. Muiiro aid needed in rail rift Bargaining for ccr.'-ract h.-s r-f-er. under way intermittently fcr the last ie-.v weeks. The old contract ex- pires Sunday. Bargainers for non-op- erating employees, Canadian N'etional Railways and CP Rail requested mediation last week Act. BOMB EXPLODF.S The guerrillas apparently struck back with a 50-pound bomb in the border town of Strabane in Northern Ireland j anrt British troops killed one of three gunmen sneaking across the frontier near Londonderry. He was the 680th person to die in three years of sectarian vio- lence in Northern Ireland. Seven men armed with sub- machine-guns burst into the La- gan Valley Hospital in Lisburn on Belfast's western outskirts, and snatched 26-year-old Jair.es from the federal labor minister. 'Champion of peace' remeuLbered Pearson's death was a loss for Brown, the commander of the Provisional' 1st Battalion oper- ating in the flashpoint Catholic PARIS Premier Mes-rr.sr sent his con- dv. ences Friday 10 Car.adian Prime Minister Trudeau on the death of former prime minis ler Pearson. In a telegram, Mecsmer saw rillas in the city, was captured cix weeks ago and was moved the international community as the from '.veil as for Canada. The tele gra m aid Pea rson a ''champion of peace, whose action was cro'ATiwi by the Nobel Prize." jail cell Pearson praised Steps to preserve unity N'EW YORK (CP) Pearson may be red more for his Lester remem- achieve- lents on the domestic Cana- ian scene than for his in- uence on international affairs, "he Times says in an editorial. In an editorial entitled Pear- son of Canada, The Times says: "It was part uf the accepted ore about Canada's Lester B. 'earson that he was a first-rate diplomat had considerable mpact on his world and timej but a fumbling politician who ieft no comparable record in home-front affairs. Tne newspaper says Pearson muved Canada "only a !ew "This assessment was badly I steps toward the new con- out of the paper says, jstitution he deemed imperative "as even a casual examination for preserving national unity, of Mr. Pearsc...'i four decades but these were important steps." as diplomat, foreign minister and prime minister demonstra- tes." The Times says Pearson's skill as a negotiator and media- tor during and after the Second "He brought the 10 provincial premiers to Ottawa lor a his- toric 'summit' in 1S63 ancj coaxed them irito a long-run World War enabled Canada to commitmcnt lo linguistic, cul- salutes his role "in defusing the j 'or eight million French-speak- Suez crisis of 3956." 1 ing Canadians." Sold paper to Laurier Dief attends unveilini SASKATOON" fCP) Mr. Diefenbsker, 77, was 14 j railway coach and chatted, plaque was unveiled Friday at j when his father settled in Sas-1 Years later, as a prime mm- the street comer where John j katoon to enable him and his Diefenbaker sold a newspaper [younger brother, Elmer, lo get to Prime Minister Sir Wilirid Laurier 62 years ago. Mr, Diefenbaker, Prince and foi servative prime m: tended wiih 200 people a better schooling. As a nevrsboy, with Elmer. ister himself, Mr. Diefenbafeer an audience of school chil- dren: "That gave me an idea MP for young John paddled the old j that has been with me all ormer Con- i Winnipeg Telegram to Mr. Lau- [through the years, of a country inister, at- [rier, who then was travelling in j in which each of us can rise lo whatever portion there is in t West. eluding representatives' of the At the railway station, the state provided we dedicate our- federat and Saskatchewan gov- .two sat down on the steps of a selves." crnments, at the ceremony. j Deaths By THE: CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maxvreil Aiviri fMao Lister. '.i Toronto, aij underATi'or for Car.ada I.i'e A.V trance Co. snd former Toronto ARE YOU RcAOY FOR BUSINESS? SECRSTARIAL COURSES BEGIN ANY MONDAY Take o decisive ENROU HENDERSON COLLEGE of BUSINESS (LETHBR1DGE) LTD. 202 f. VI. Bldg. fcr Information Phone 327-3968 Argonaut football player, of a heart af.aci-.. Toronto Dr. Charges H. ?-foses. 74. one of Canada's lead- ir.? f.ondon, Sii- t.'A. former president Cii SilvcTA-ood Dairies Ltd. Sydney, Rich- ?A. agent-ger.eral for in Britain for iiarswv.', Lir.k Ly- forrr.tr Chicago Bears of pro- of Farce, in a Wednesday for an appen- dectomy. Two women chatting to him at bedside disarmed two po- lice guards while four gunmen savagely beat them. Others held visitors and stall at gun- point. The snatch squad, apparently men from Ero-ATi's guerrilla unit, help-ed the bandaged chief- tain downstairs and raced off in wo cars. Heath jg. to attend PLEADS FOR FOOD Too young ta get in line for food that was being pas'ed from the back of a truck, this young earthquake victim tries to get from the people who succeeded. Some of the people in ihis vicinity had nothing to eat for five cays. (AP Weather and road report Live TV for north SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET II Lcthbritlge.......2: Medicins Mat Calvary Edmonton Jasper Banff........ 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O-67, K-41 N-43, H-35, 1-29, hM5, B-14, B-7, N-32 G-49, 1-18, B-6, 0-62, O-72, 1-25, B-4, G-60 0-73, G-56, K-33, [-21, 6-5, B-13, N-34, 1-16 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: 1-28, O-66 Htrclrj, Saturday ofready Lftf'nbridse CARO YOU HAVE A PHONE CEcu'i UGN1 CEMTEMMIAL P O'f-iV OTTAV.'A fCP) Live, direct CBC television programs will be into 15 northern com- munities by satellite for the first time within the r-ext three "raVcEC and Telesat Cinada Ltd., which launched Anil: into Nov. 9. said In a press release technics! arxJ construe-1 t'cn work Ls ahc-ad of schedule j and programming could he-gin before the intended April 1 starting riate. Ateantime, the CBC says it ill continue pro'.i ding iti coverage packages'1 Kv strrii-automatftd transmitters that convey recorded programs, j The said live service r would first he available in the Yukon to'ATis of Dawson City aM the North-! Territories cornmunities of Aklavik, Fort Resohition, Fort i Smith, Bay, Hay River, Ir.uvik, Pine Point, Wat- in the first group are Churchill, Caspar awi t I'ort Ntb-on, B.C. and Cranium City. Sack. fxher cornrnunities will follow afterv-'eird, the release said. i RED DKER 'CP) A reso- jution urgin? all citizens to strive for the ideal o' anarchy I rxrrs o-" the Tuxi.i Ol'itr I BOYS of Alberta, j Anarchy i.s the ab- Tr.e r evolution received sup- port from 43 rjf of the The merrify-rs retreated from a staterr.trit tir.st aii forms of in i" place, tr.e Idea :hv rx: made to fCP) Prime Min- ister Edv.-ard Heath plans to fly to for the slate funeral Sunday of former Canadian leafier Lester Pearson. Heath Ls exrected to le-ave London late tocVsy or early day arvl return Monday, the (day Britain officiallv joins the European Common Market. A for the British leader 5aid Heath ami Pearson v.ere clof.e personal friends. [Apart from personal considera- [iiw-. hovever. a pokes man for 'ATjrk in personal and the British prime minister said phiual terms. Heath consifV-n-d at Tim Eeechy. an Edmonton1 the funeral a wav of warned that anarchy exprefrine Britain's continuing lead to chaos, "man can- commitment; to the Com- at the moment di 1. Prc 3 .02 Sh .01 20 61 4 9 3 12 -3 2.3 M 34 11 -10 11 0 1! -15 1-i -4 5 .15 .10 '73 rot perfact himself ar.d his flaws v.ill lead to the of The resolution's seconc'or, David Rede I cf explain- that a By-item of anarchy would he iir.pos-ihle to achieve an end to the Middle East tur- irr.mecliately and p r o b ably moil and Heath, as government never would bo fjlly house hader, had the thankless DISCL'SS IT 'job rf trying to hold together Kijt, he added. f''-.ve nave to factions v.ithin the gov- the concept cf anarchy out ermina party. in tre open to get the public to; Brithh ntv.spapers Friday corne to tyrrri.s vriih carried Heath and Pearson uere in contact during the 05S crirts v.'hc-n Pearson '.vas in articles one sei. ond OTTAV.'A 'CP1 New Vril! be or.r: Tirneker.'pors around world will thfcrn into iir.e Dr. A. Mur.gali. a ofricer in the time ftr.d o! the .Vs1 Pesr'on coupled, with ex- OWN CUl.TLTtK of sorrow at his Parliament also approved a.dca'h. askin? Indian. I Thf; Guardian ca'ied him the Eskimo and .Metis people be bridge-builder of to maintain and to teach Brandon.......... 8 1 Winnipeg........ 11 4 .13 Tr.-jnder Bay.....23 7 River...... H 1 .15 Toronto.........2i IS .20 Ottawa.......... S 8 .04 Montreal 11 7 M Quebec.........13 1 Chicaeo .......-M 42 New York .....2-5 31 Washington ___ 45 37 Miami 7-! 71 Los Angeies......65 45 San 45 Phrx-niz ..........55 Denver...... 35 13 .27 FORECASTS Variable Chi- nook today and Sunday, winds brisk wester- liev milder, lows near ]0 above, highs near 40. r Medicine TI a t Variable cloudintiS today and Sunday, milder. and gusty, jov.s near 10 abcive, highs near 3o. Calgary Variable Chinook sjA Sunday, brisk v.inds, lows rear 5 above, hishs near 3o above- Columbta, Koolenay To- day, snow decreasing to a few fi-jrnfrs icwErd evening. Sunday, cloudy sunny periods. Highs" bcth 2r> to ex- cept rear 25 :n the Piooienay district. Lows tonight 10 U) 2'J. MONTANA Kast of Continental Divide: Partly cloudy west, snow end- ing lodsy. Windy and warmer the east siopfci of the Jlocxies Iris and tomght. Clearing east tonight, scattered snows over the em Vrarrnor most sectiorj- wiih scstU-rtd sr.ov.s. Hieas 15 to 2.S 505 aiorjg the eait .slopes of the Rockies. tonight 5 to 10 northeast, 20a west sou-'Ji, Highs 3te. r West of Continental Divide .snow.s nor'Ji this af- tc-rrtoon spreading to south early F'ev; snov.sriowc-rs Sun- day, Highs both days Lows i tonight 3o to 25. given the right tr.tir scrcols tr.tir children according tr own LrarJitions end cu! tics." "To brint? together black and lht] The resolution, al-Tsoit urjsnirno'is sup fxirt, ..f'r'fx ssid native people o ri erit at i o n from n forced accept tha while j poor na- tions and CanarJa's linguistic v.ere the aims of the newspaper 'said. 1 Financial laid: Pean-on, more than man's cul- any other man, is GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES g COUTTS PHONE 323-1 Ml call it a There-'s ac-'j-Jdily or.e-s'ico.id pij.-e t-.v-sen rx-c. ol and 1 cided r.f. he _ _ j with the one pha.se in Canadian It was felt thAt by extending history wten the eoyntry education to thfcsfc peor.ie on sterntd rtarly ahle to play tholr own terms, this situation an important rx; in the affairs :of tro world at little John PORTABLE TOILET for homes travel trailsrs boats marinat ski resorts pool- side dressing rooms e contractor! golf summer camps. 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