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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THi IETNS5IDGE HE5AID Thundov. Jonuo'v News in brief .PM Lviioli on L.8. VP' Prime Min--major fiaancisl pipeline :rora :o :o TV 10 c-: id ;-ir.o Rer-ubiici-i .Arrays three years. Farmland? covered in ice ir.d jir.es Mere eisrlv :ocav :i> '-heir firs: Lo'.v-lylrg fields ir. ire ..-.._ :L.-falls over yjrrey iv JYarsoii family 'gut ;iir.ij: "i-V ruriiier Lester of Marlui to represent Canada o-erii: service Friday :-e -r :crr.er Harry Trj- jaired by Life drus terms urged 15.i_NV. N.V. CP-AP" :r.nK5 hi'.e '-zcer Xe'j-cn Kcciefeller. orw cf s-.-_" i "reiin of lerror" by r-.c --ss i L J-. U-C _ drug pushers -s sesi.or. ci .-.e Govt. ivill seek extension of capital punishment ban I OTTAWA (CP> Tlic gov- ernment has decided lo seek an 1 extension of the five-year par- tial ban on capital punishment, j but has yet lo make up its mind on whether to apply hanging as a penalty for some additional types of murder. Householder shot aiding iIRA snipers From AP-REUTER BELFAST (CPi British troop? came ur.der fire in a Ro- dislric: of Belfast, but rh? cnly casualty v.as a householder kept turning on Ushis to sid the sruPcrs. The army ssid the mar. birred on outsir-? light Vi'ecnesday nisnt the soldier? were fired at in the Aroloyne ?-rea. A soldier smashed the Ugh: with butt, a vei: back b.io the hou.-e !esv- ine his open and an nsice Ught on "The sscurliy forces were fired on er.l the man was hi: in the bark." ar. army did at all." Police the ccc-dl- iion frorr. Bellas: spreared ir. i Solicitor-General Warren All- mand said Wednesday the gov- emmoni will ask Parliamenl for an extension of the ban, but i it would not necessarily be iden- tical to the one tnat ended Dec. 29. L'nder that law. approved by Parliament for a five-year trial period in 1967. only the murder- ers of police officers and prison guards faced hanging. Mr. Allmand. who himself i? ODCosed to capital punishment, did not say when the matter will come'before the Parlia- raent that opens today, nor how i lona the govenvment will seek to extend the ban. :-The legislation still has to be worked so we're consid- ering many alternatives.1' he said. He said the minority Liberal government's request for an ex- tension may provide "viti- ations" to the original one. His statement, at the end o[ i Liberal cabinet meeting, came only a few weeks after release of a rpport commissioned by his department that said there is no evidence linking the increase in murders in Canada with suspen- sion of capital punishment. There have been no hangings in Canada since 1962. The fed- eral cabinet has commuted the few death sentences imposed for the slaying of policemen or prison guards. Mr. Allmand confirmed there will be a free voie in the Com- mons on the extension of the ban. He has said there is. no rush for parliamentary action as the Criminal Code gives the govern- ment the power to commute all death sentences. Students continue protest CAIRO iReuteil Police order Wednesday closisg all the cl.tshed students Et F.m country's universities. Tne demanding fbsms Unhersiry today on :he secord day of oerr.onrraueas in ifie Ecynian colleagues they say are bang IrJornied sources said sbxxn he'd by the authorities foUow- I.5CO students remained on the irg the distribution o{ anti- a coverzment leaflets. BOOING MARS MARKET 'FANFARE' Weather and road report SINKISE FRIDAY II 1. Prc iose violec: York letjsUr-re. PM Aliutoff seeks support }rediction of earthquakes ordered in PWA crash uinds developing this aiirrooon causing drifuog snow. lUshs ?0 2o above. Lows 15 :o. Friday; Mainly clnudy. few snowf.urrieF. nrar :0. Olsary Cloucine over to- day. to south :5 r.'1. LiA: sr.ow rising to 15 N Friday: Sriow- e.wecied ivithin 10 years scrabble "-be K .eacer. ser: a S-; Tr.c of tbe 0 i released uuliarmed 5YMPTOMJ DETECTED :o whead one c: se. freed MacDoLSal c: :r.e -er.: o: re- r. seeven i- :he'-r release. said he prC'rusec :he :-5 'ijr-lshtd re'Euse '.he r M 1-arrr.ed p.r.rl L-ere Russell raps goicrnincni Deaths r. TFIF CANADIAN PRESS .Vr c: Sciences. Cii3 rJceau Brosccastirs Ltd. wromar.der c: the famed a iorg iiizess. Airport security to be increased FORECAST: .T.- _A fc-.v cloud ;isar :o Columbia '-vilh snow-flurries this and everjrg. To- r_nhi. Cear--.c. Kr.day: Ciear "i Hiii.is arc Fn- tn 10 above. Lows io- r'jh: :o except r.i-a.- :he v, es: Koote- MONTAM Fa-l of Coniiner.lal Fa1.: :-vl.iy arid ;ciljh; escep; :his MarJy cloudy Fr.-iav v. scat'.ereo -1--'? eas: slopes uviay and No: so cold Highs to- .-.a-- 3 ;o '.o above. Lcvs ic.iicr.: Ir to S3 pelrj's' ei- :ero to 10 belo-- east slxe; Highs Frirliy 5 to M. o( Coniinpnral l-vi-ay Friday. N.-. 5-1 P.XC. Highs 3 to 15. I...-.-? rero to 10 belo--. 5 :o IT PAYS TO LEASE! Leasing frees your wording ccpits! Leasing prcvidei r-liable cf lew ccif jv'sf jign a cc-'roci end acv regulc- r-jor-f-ly Ysur li'dud" hcepcs and inujr Ccrfact SOR1S K03ESHSNKOV. end BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2rd A-il.. 9th S. Phons 327. 3U7 Driving THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEASON 1972 73 SECOND SESSION REHEARSALS: Mondays, 7 p.m. Lethbridge Collegiate Institute 5rn Avenue end 13th Street Sourh Commencing January 8, 1973 CURRENT VACANCIES: Vio'as, Cellos, and Ccr ongtcis. Percussion, Harp rray before Reasonably CTpfrienced pfrformeri art Invited (o contact: LUCIEN NEEDHAM, CONDUCTOR (OfflCE PHONE 329-2338 increase if F.CMP recrUiU. :n PARK --r v. i, Direct from c long ot the Cave in Vancouver 8 p.m. to 12 province's fnr the rest of this dnv 3 i nvir "J GRINDERS Grindirg ord miring J-CY end gra n of t1-; "S'wkman'i V ?SA7ilE a Tub d e r, The c r. y ar.'.r.e -ha: w i' I grind >our c e> t -2. c'ci-i ccb ecrn, ihell end h 51 r-2 sfjre eqj A can be arranged on your farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL OF AM. TODAY CCU'RTESV OF :D iich: driiiir.g i ;o Revelsicke rjii h..i. are icrr.iniod that .1.1 :i.. L'ii 1 j'.'.rl-is on ski acrtiis i.'ll.i1 rt> 'I-' f'.N.T.V T.rnwV Coults lo R r rr... P.f "I ;