Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. Jarv.orY 1973 News in brief Ureu condilioii 'poor' TORONTO oki former leader of the na-. Ontario G-.vrge r-ew Conservative is still semi in a party was deteriorating rapidly. "poor c.-ai-gfxj The doctor said a heart at- fr'om Tuesday a WoUesi-.-y H.-S :aok Nov. ;9 v.-heti he was ad- spokesman raid nvuevi :o hcspui! has been His shys-ciar. P A How- LY-r.ip'.icr.ed ty congestive hear, land, said Tuesday :ne aid pne'ur.iLima. Roster abandoned OTTAWA a? Tr.e "rcjite.- In the re-v Fariiame-t. 1 system" under which cabinet sources s.vd. "every minister; liunistcrs :hcir arpec-- -..iio _s in v.iii be ex- question rericvi is da; donee, goiemmen: sourcis Oypcs.uon had argued thury nfien could not question a Lriiou ban SYDNEY. Australia Eeuter' c: .N.i-h 19 persons die in violent storms FONDACHELLI F.ANTINA (Reuter) A supply caravan of 50 mules and donkeys ar- rived near here today in the tiny village of Raiu, cut off by [our days of violent storms I which taken 19 lives in. Sicily and southern Italy. The death toll rose Irom H overnight with reports that a family of four and a 'shepherd boy were buried by fresh land- slides in the centre of the island and on the mainland. The caravan, led by and earning food and medi-; cine, fought its way through: driving rain and gales for 12 miles across a treacherous mountain track from Novara di Sicilia in the Pelorian moun-, tarns southwest of Messina. Four persons died and three were seriously injured when a i landslide hit Raiu, population 12S1. on New Year's eve. A young wife was also In labor there. Two light helicopters have taken off for the village, one from Palermo and one from Uie mainland, to lake the injured to hospitals. Another helicopter which tried to reach Raiu Tues- day was unable lo land because of the bad weather. The storms have made ttiou- 'sands homeless, with hundreds of buildings wrecked by land- slides or "collapsed because of flooding. Torrential rain has ruined vineyards and o'her planta- (ions, while some farmers have lost cattle. The storms have severely disr u p t ed communications. Roads and rail lines have been blocked by landslides or mud, leaving thousands of persons stranded. Water, electricity and telephone links have also been widely cut. Weather and road report CRASH SITE T.-e ieluam take? poimdLug cf c Pacific Western of Holslein collie valued ol ihe circrafl burned ie: ;s en a mound cf after the crash in blizzard conditions CCCJT two r-.ile? from rec- Edn-onicn Inter- tne end cf the runway i! was cpp-cocn'ng. stcry e A re-5cr- anc: 75 head page T. .C? Wlrechotsi Tuesday aad tccay, the U i. co-rr.ard reported fl attacks. It also reported the loss an- d-arr.i "the :4 hour rer.M other fisbtsr-boniber and r-vo en.-iir: at dav.- irvisv. flyers b Ncrth six 4. correct tola] 3 less than three v.-eeks to Mekong Deiia. was cu: 23 aircraft and 95 airmen killed, te'urs v.ho blev.- up a L-ldse captured or missng. o: Saa TEP. IN aw divers joiii search SA.V JUAN V-r-e-i -en? Eske-: to '-f- States the cause ci-.nlisr. divers un- search today for -1-e dare in successful ir. the search Tues- which baseball star Roberta dav. Cleneme died and the bodies cf C'.er.-.ente. the five men killed ir. :ne eras: ouiiielder. "and four off Puer-.o Sico. were "-hen '.ho The coast guard cutter plur.c-. loaded re'Jrf sun- brush is searching an area :'cr eartl-cuake about 1-: -iLues cfi Sin Jjan a n a g u a Warden believes religious group at prison behind inmates strike Calf. '.AT .-.al-nr.- Dnsons race places to Associate Warden James' He ?sii rave pui ex- H" belie-.-ed to be behind a Park said prisorjers assumed to tra r.iarrls o- and a-e a- sulke at San Quectb be leaders oi the Church of the feeding prLsccers in srr.aj a: N'uvr Song, a braaca ot which groups. ---------------------'----------------------------------------------was organized here abo-jt Phil GChrie. iniorm.arlon cffi- nonths ago, are believed to :-0- Calu'cmia depsr.- SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET II L Pre U 10 .14 So -12 .26 53 10 .05 3-1 i: -9 -is .n; :9 9 .ra 53 13 .03 41 SO ,K Lethbridge Pir.cho? Creek Mecicine Hat Edmonton Grarxie Fraine Banff......... j Koval romance continue have started i in which as a re'jrlor.. I'er.ticton FrlrjCp George Karr.loops Saskatoon Regina....... Toror.to St. John's Halifax...... Frexie-.c'.cri Ne-.v York Miami........ Lcs Las ''.'eras. wart do-.t-n Sur.cay spokesman said ie na'-y div headed Puer.o Ric ers rsLe: dri.e. Silver cup gems recovered ST. PAUL. Minn A? Most oi the genes v once decorated z seum piece have veen r ered. but the :rh cup they is .-'.ill ing. police said Tues-iay r Th-e Nations; Cup. design comsemoraave t'r-n f'Jr Black sailor acfjuitted on charse? z reur-D-." _y vhcle U 10 prtson be: 1 :hirJ: i: Mirrcr beyord 'r.ic in rnikir.g Itr.-'enTi :r.e ''I don't thick trxi7 niviiva- ccrrir.'jed. ''Their SKciiy usirg h-eer. a frecuer: Bristol Creair. zr.d :.-o rrlrcess. bet Jteak." roysi esia'e Park the sunke :i.T.lly cL-cle. In- Tuesrfav ''a nuie: ds1-'." Vancouver Hat light snow and blowing snow, gradually beginning lo clear by noon winds tapering slowly today and this eve- near 10 below. Ixiws near 2'i below and 5-10 Banner in Calgan." and nhbridsr ciiics. ('.ay. Clear, 10-15 te- L-iw. .Medicine Mat Today: Peri- ods 01 STiO'.V tTO biOwlTig SHOW 34 13 tsperlsg slowly in ;he after- 25 IS .0, 7i-o-. Hiihs 10 beiow. 33 3 becoming light lo- 47 S3 .39 LC-.V-: near 50 below. 23 3 .13 Thursday: Clear. 10-15 33 4 .04 below. Columbia-Kwlenay 2S 35 Cleu: cl-jjoy peri- 23 15 ofs and colder. Brisk nonherly -9 8 uinds b ?o-.e 23 rar.cizg frcn tbove b nonh 13 ;-i co [-1 Tnurs- "J rrv. srd orci ir.e evc- tonichc 10 ;o 15 be- excer1; 5 beio-v Highs rr.'.irsGsy zen? 10 10 a'xve. MONTAVV PI Coniinrntal v" J" i e 'J eu IT. i: c h v j-ows rlcr.f. cie.ir and cold. an ;v.r Hijack attempt thwarted BALTIMORE fA? A R-> hours he took i-o -'e'.v- man Cachoiic cardinal, a vei- c. eran FBI asen: and a psy- nioni AirLriet plar.e and ce- chiatriit talked an arzied nan to be fiov.-n to into giving hiniteli up ar.er he anihonLes said. comiriSLdeerra an airiiner in Ahou: two hc-'jr? 'he the year's firs: rj; cCLT Icoie bav, balei. crop residue, sma'l cob ccrn, jhell Corn moisture corn equally well, A demonstration can be arranged on yjur farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 lav: or are rur.nin- a eye o-.er Terr.- A'.ian 'u" one- g'Visip col- police Fpokesn-'-n >aid '-o r; r Cr a ?o'.f course ard ire :n> c--- Ann- ;-.r.: occurrit! r-.- OFFICIAL AS OF A.V TODXY COl'RTESY OF AMA K dicri Tuflay of age of ,'n. frcn: ;.-i ]Vh r Mr. a r'irtn'1: n r. r :ro of Ac- par.y. v a.i ;n K n. Mr. o hv atirr.flcd the Ai- ,-i ,r.. a berta and Har-'arrl nr.rl carr.o to Loihhndgo in -.-r-.iccs -.'ill Ill- -i.r p i t... c i A M of Die licil ('n.-s Mavor buried nt Rarrlicad LhrouHh ;o cc- r.T'.cro' ;o tr.ry .-.j; :ciiL.nrJ ai :o t .i1. c :s- t.i 'r.c RC :-..-.i "cp-> in :c--.-i Hinder drivir.s T.-.c lion u-.: i some M.ppery ?cc- i'.ar.f: .b.sTX1" 3 E.i5t In Modi- are in rvi TO-.- clr.o Ila1. 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