Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday. January 2, 1973 Search lor jau-prmU' JVNEAU. Al: -Xs A Uu-rida nnc the' search fj: I .S. irui o--o.v abancomni: Paoifii- I" Co ;--T ore A 000-.'. LKvMcn Holiday weekend mishaps kill 11 EOEING 707 CRASHES persons Fierce continue? ed by Pacific Western Airlines and carrying a crew cf five and cne other person v-cs arriving from Toronto. (See story on page 1) Bv T1IK CANADIAN I'RKSS i Aha., about 50 miles west C-ilparv Police attributed An Albena youngster shoi to ic-v road daring a New Year's day cele- a bralion was anioiig 11 McLeod of Benvyn. was uho died accidentally on Sunday when the car in prairies during the ho was riding left High- 2 and crashed at Brown- Police said Loretta Si. 240 miles northwest of Ed- alt, 7, was shot through stomach and killed while Doogal Scwartz, 49, were being fired off to Caijrary died Monday when brate the New Year shortly afler midnight Sunday was struck" by a car in Calpsn'. and an unidenti- The accident occurred on" an 'died Sundav Indian reserve near Fort Forest burg, when a car milion in northern m a ditch. A Canadian press nielli. Alfred William fmm 6 p.m. Friday to midnight j7. of Hires Creek, .'iCTday night, local being overcome by smoke showe-J Alberta with four t a smouldering mattress in fU- deaths ar.d a [ire dealh be- sides thn accidental shooiinp Michcher launches celebrations fmeOTcJurt orin KOOM IN PET BIRT115 iic. wliile Sasatchewan had or.e I P R E T OR I A. Souih Africa trcffice fatalily and one dead in (AP) The Federation of Soci- a plane crash. eliy to .Animals announced a In Alber'.a an unidentified elty to Animals annolnced a person died Monday right in a roundiable meeting i o discuss In-car pileup on the Trims-Can-: the population explosion among ?.da hiehway near Canmore. i cats and dogs TV-Ll TVe sru'd i; seized the uiins Face liiiticking A? _ r- r.sve beor. The seven inis they the C? s? dances in many p-i've comnr.iniiies Uiroughout e-eri in rhe ir.e i.-'ixid. ceniennial ?.s rrov- Roland officially tre A -ere a buy the rest, se- 25 the largest riouiiy its C'jpp.y o: tor. a tc-tal or S323 rmlJon. on a direct die: of our.cc-5 of grain Comedienne injured in monies held LT front of the leg- islature building New Year's EVP. On the New Year's morning he held his annual levee, the- first time it has been held out side Ottawa. He travelled to Siunmerside. aiwct 40 miles west of here. afternoon to hold a re- ccr.ira in the tcran. 42-hpi- by the -.nee- renal couple- was scheduled to end this morning when he oper.ed tie Centennial Winter Gsraes. The couple arrived on the island Sunday night about an hour before offic.al centennial ceremonies go; un- der way. They scheduled to arrive Saturday, but were de- iayed by the state fur.era1. for former prime minister B. Pearson. J STOVErirr H In a short speech to the gath- ering. Mr. Michhener greetings frcra Ihe Quern as well as Ihe rest of Canada and wished islanders "both hapri- ness and prosperity in their spe- cial year o! celebrations." He then moved to Con- federation Centre, a theatre and communtty cenre. where he and Mrs. Micrener were r.iests cf honor at a Xew Year's Eve ball. As handrcxis of happy island- ers counted down the seconds to midnight, Mr. Michener drew a sword and sliced into a tlirte layer cake. Weather and road report fl'NRISE WEDNESDAY Sl'NSET 11 1. I'l-e ,_, i Calgary Blizzard warring continued: Today: Snow ard snow. Wir.ds N'3d gast- Board approves shorter work week pinc ;o beie'.v by riorr.- ir.r' fliirricj. Highs near zero. Columbia. Kooiena-} T o d a y clear mth c'.ouris spreacirs; so-uhwsrd over re-don bier Ihij: morr.mg followed by a periods c; TV. colder. Kichs 30. ton-ch; ranrlr.s from 5 below ir. ihe north ;o in above Li the souih. c o r e cf ;r.e R o o e jftlsl car misnup Fog lifting in Britain LONDON 'A? vis COM- to Jive freezing 105 tr.ar covered varits ur.d and traiti of Eriabnd fu- I'trit- i L- On or.e gan Uftirs and thooiar.oid of stranded- atooite pasienrers tee. rolioe escorted cars in con- were cheered as cr.e of Lon- '-oy sry.e to avoid ptleuc5. don's airports opened. Despite the temporary clear- planes bt-ckc the bar- Brtuin's xveather bureti'j rier st Heathrow :rt. tj; spread more g'oom by pre- AJrport stti] cicttr.; that the fog would cline ciosed. the area for ihe rest o: DAMAOHD BY V.AIl issillg "Id Sflte CHECK LIST FOR YOUR 1973 OFFICE NEEDS Pencils Ball Pens Felt Per.i I Cclurnnar SK-2ls Columnor Fcdi f Time Becks i Inventory Fo-rr.j Trarsfep I 1 B'ndi-.g Cssc, r FJ1 Folders Insulctgd T 1 CcrH r Card Irtl-T Filnq Calendar f DoMv Jc' r list Finders and Posinl Pond Caibo-i Paper Ns-s S ;5'. c Fluid f'..nso l-k O'd Oa'rs C fc neti P H? Orncr TCrs RosV 1 rl'-is n.-r'l Shor-lBn.rl PHONE OU7' c-j U.IVE ONE OF CUR SALESMEN CALL CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7ili STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-1591 Tr? te'.eviMor. corr.- cc-r.ver." the at Manr.E'.'-ss Eye. Ear and T-j-c-a; KosE'itsl. where she was by snii'jlsrce the f-or- F'.f-i'is a private "ERV'I'f. 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