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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sjturdoy, January 1971 TH1 UTHBIilDGI HERALD Find 110 new evidence in Latta case EDMONTON' (CP) Police I attomey-geDOral's department have almost completed a a report into the a' month-long invesSgatim into an an Mormant who said a mas told him he auraered Mr. Nev- ille. LiIormaDt's statement and have found no evidence fo refute j testimony at the murder trail j "At the present time 50 far of law professor Keith Latta of I as we have investigated, no evi- Queen's University, Inspector! has been found that A. W. R. Lefeuvre said Fridav. would b any way refine the Latta was given a life sen- evidence put 'fonh'at the trial." tence last year for the murder Inspector Lefeuvre said n an o: travel agent Bob Neville in interview. Edmonton. The invesrjgaaoa started in Inspector said city November after aa police have turned over to the was DO- named by police a written stalmenl to the attorney-general through Mrs. Lar.a. stateniest ss5d Li part that a Brazilian immi- frirt working for the Yetlow Ca'rj Co. in Edmorj'.on at the time of the murder told (he in- formant he had murdered tie travel agent for SHI.KO. Inspector Laleuvre said the bJormssl's sary has been in- vestigated and "certain inac- curacies" nere present In bis statement The mai was Interviewed fa South America by EdmoolcTi A tape of the ioier- rjppiied to poSce by CHQT Radio ia Edmonton. Inspecior Le'euvre said pol- ice are sull wailing for a trans- istor; of an interview witi the rriiTj hy InterpC'L He said this report, ezpecied soon, Bill be eubriandal- ly the same as thai supplied bf the radio READYING FOR SECOND ASSAULT Lowell Smith, quersd southeast fcce cf Dhoulcgiri right, the world's checks over some equipment as an 16-msmber American sixth highest peak. The climbers to uimb the ndgs team gets for a second esscult on the still uncon- which rises on the right skyline. Peak tragedy survivors try again O v PALO ALTO. Calif. 'API expeditions, the team will Pullman, original New York: Donald Anderson. Sit survivors of a iK9 HimaSa- >use DO osygen and only a few expedition mec-bens. Ssartie. Wash..: Ftoaaid tea: van mouriain-climbirjE traeedy nntive Sherpa porters. The Rev team members ar.d L-ar.rrjajer. both of hare forreec an iS-rr.cmbe'r "I decided irniie sell on the Lowell Smith. 2 Lockheed phys- coma. Wash.: David Peterson, American team for their second mountain after ibe avalanche icist. Todd Thompson cf San O'ymtjia. TTash.t Del Young, on ihe tmconcuered that I wrr.ted lo cry again.1' Francisco: Dritarmond Rsrmie. VTenatchee. Wash.: Dave Dor- southras face of D'naulagiri I, stsid the expedition lesder. Dr. Chicago. HI.: Andrew Harvard. Moose. Wye., and Hari the worM's pVai. James Morrisey of Stoc'stori. Hsrnden. Our..; Roman Laba. Easrat, Ntpi: v.ere tiled by ar, Amcrtr. those ir, the ic-nerc- ire avalanche as they started ber expediil up lie K.KWoo; Nepal moan- Keichard; o; tain. tie toe survivor in the eight- Tne new team, calied the acvaire party .He saved j-OT1 pllflitoriimi Araericsn Draulscri Ev rvraseil by oivag aio tae saow dl jLjlLUiUlllUU cllUlilUI 11LU1 says i: will before huze ire blocks swepc the cliT.b by trs njixmtain. EDMONTON bars wiii serve a' ircm -os H-maia- 15 DlFFim.? service wui at ir.e Jttri- re. run. jh vmita with Tr.e second Aaditcriura" the first ari sherr.-. pj-rry. about l.CW fee! bwer. Edntcnjn" Sviss'.-.ccy concert a.ditvrtum mirafe- Rsr. Wij- rlimbfd 10 ihe 17.000-fox level E- 1973 K, is. more. v.i "rmsed criri; to te.'p search for, Eitfct portable I-ars. fox- en re their ics companions, but i; {Vg two cr. art.-. v-ill be aviil- soon was apparent the seven balccr.v. ra'rcns for ab'.e for the social wou.d be locied in iheir icj" the of in the tfTO. the concert and curias irtsr- mer.t. as as the hard Dhs'jlspri was scaled by the S'viss Li 1950 and the Japanese tr. 1S70. But bom teams used the more Erracual northeast ap-; i S.U.VO, B.C. KCCT i A ?1I j ftf -f r.0 oKcers are Tram Tr.ernbe-5 say UK dirab 1C IJ It I i L-1 II I C o: "J bead o: cat- n-u b? the lotigbes HirnalEyan L. tie val-ed a: fror; route ever ar.empted Liquor senice ?tart? Investigate cattle theft near Salnio near this rrjeh: E T j_ :h, sou em Ranch reporred the cat- Tne by the tie ccmn'etizH a American Alrir.e Ci'Lib and Lhe Co-.v--.Varional Gwcraphic Socieri-. OTTAWA Prorjidz: aid choopncrlc prac- boys Dec. 15 fctrtc the repairs "ij be a ctial one witi a main covemraer.ts nee rf'two cows tha: had beer, ascent frorri the so-jthesst and medical groups sho-jld get busy Koweve-. he said these pas; another trie SDd c-evelop sonie uoecs- c'ter >L-. Tagjtr.iss ?sid Friday oe ".ster to be rsed for the descent, in? regulstions to cover acu- -.ho profssstor. front iorihrs into ranch also head The ejcpecition is etcpected to rL-nccure. Dr. j. P. valuer o." acuo'mct-are, o: Us year and kxSs fjar aon'JB. secretary general of tie vrrloh r.-o-.v is offiJi.O'usec by fisxaous." Morriisey and Reicbardt Canadian Association. Chinese mcvji- He has postevi a Si.COJ re- be joiaed by James Janney HI. In an issue of the associ- cai doctors, vrsrd ror mformauor. jeacmg to St. Louis. Mo.: W'dham Read, anctj's ncC be oocrnrs and can-doctors ar.c from 'he Peoples Re- sho-jH be cotermiied before K- v.-as we gei into serious rrouSe." ra The official medical view al- ic ;0 conditions b v-ays has been, that if a -.v-joh tho rc-'oti? Li- cure can't be proven valid 1-y for me con- ir. medicme. ho said in is EXACTING ART his regular co'-'urrm, in the n- chre' admmis-: However, the prc.fes- member site .ro sion should be p-_-.o.'urs is m Crc-j thoroughly considorir.c the ss ar. art irj3t irecical armamentari'um." Beoatise cf ?uruo inter- The pnx-edtm? is based or esi in this prrcrdtme th.-; has ancient Chinese tecl- our-usec by the med'a. iuto specific prmts of iriinM the 'body. Tnere is no c" ' ntarket ex- dees relieve pain. tha of act> ALLOW PRinE t.t-tcr-re. 'The pom: now if and whether or no; tjie rnedtoal pro- Nvie? :nust er.ouph in its eut'ook to'.'.ov, :.-.o Lt cltar'.a- ct health care, b therapy into Can- its broadest thai r.tey a-.- sctontutc r-ro-of" doctors voo The recutrer.-.en: :or procf "fre ;rainod. he doctors hove said HARDLITE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses AreS-We in AU. prescriptJons. tenses SK ,s Specializing in ihe fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions S-'nglcnti Fratnej Repairs R-oionable Prieti OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. K ST S IfTHBHIDGf Phone 337 3GU CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SAVE Prepoyraent of 1973 Property Business Tax Prepayments will be accepted after January 1st to February 28th, 1973, and interest will be allow- ed from date of payment to June 30th, 1973. on PER ANNUM any amount not exceeding the 1972 foxes. Cift flour mill cojls 8252.000 to demolish CAL-.1ARY aTi A flour n-.t1.! ui ir.Liro :i jo.-.r cos! c.iry lo Ki-miilisli. A .ir.t.v.-.nt li'.c which ii valued ai SAFEWAY FIRST OF THE WEEK SPECIALS PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Monday and Tuesday, January 8 9 Only APPLE JUICE TASTE TELLS RECONSTITUTED 48-fl. oz. tin for STRAWBERRY JAM RASPBERRY JAM VALLEY GOLD, PECTIN ADDED 48-fl. or. tin PEANUT BUTTER EMPRESS, HOMO or CHUNK STYLE 48-oz. net wt. tin BUTTERMILK BEL AIR FROZEN 12-oz, net wt. pkg for BOILING TASTEE BRAND, CUT UP, FROZEN, TRAY PACK.............Ib. APPLES CANADA FANCY SPARTANS Ib. bag each We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantifier SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;