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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian woman diplomat saves boy from drowning By JOHN" BURNS FT Publications PEKING Chinese officials 25'. right credited a young Cs- diplomat snvir.s liie of a boy who" fell through ihe ice covering the arcnir.d the Forbidden once ihe home of China's emperors. Margare: Cornish of To- ronio. plunged through the ice wearing skates ard a cvercoa: when she u-eru ;o the of the boy, 3 noa aseci 4. eral would-be rescuers plunged into ihe wsier. iro gir- Succeeded b guiding :he ivy ihe hinds of located o- firmer ice. Laier uiih Miss Ccrr.ish thi..- ir.g out in ar, official of ir-e Chinese Foreigr; Ministry tc'.epboned ire em- bassy forma: of for hor braver-" ir. 53 v- ihe criijii. Ai sbo'j: :ne same a '.niformed oific-er of rhe Public Seciri y E -.res i; rh vestigs'es ail incident vcv.-nc forfiaers. vis: red ihe to say ihari you b "My superiors have asked me 1 ID thank you for "saving the the officer said, as he shook Miss Cornish'5 hand. He scided that he understood ihor the boy had survived the incident without serious injury, along with all ihe o-.her person? involved. One of ihem. Ana Dftje-Har- ris. a secretary at the Canadian Embassy, vras kept in hospi'-sl overnight after receiving stitches for a cut she su5iaiaed ii her leg vhen struggling- to get out of the water. Miss Cornish, a rhird secre- Camlle for blaze SANTIAGO i fire started by a candle rzzed 45 r.ouies m a vi-or-cer's develop- mem on ouiskins of this Chilean and lefi 50 families homeless, :he fire depsnmem reported. One of the seiiler? ap- parently forgK to blow out a candle before goins to sleep ar.6 his room caught fire. Tre flanies spresd to duel- ings. IT.OST of them poorly made pf and zinc. PHILIPP'S PAINTING AND DECORATING extends Best Wishes to KEY REALTY AND INSURANCE on their GRAND OPENING If wcs our '3 c'c Tex'urEc Ceil- lan- on her first diplomatic posting, was given a clean bill of health and seni home to her apartmer.1 in one of Peking's diplomatic suburbs. Known among her mends as s cheery girl who is more than accident prone, she Wrved of: slJ praise for the child, ar.d worried insiesd whether she miEht have some responsibility for the incdem. "Ii wasn't so much I that kc-pi him afloat as his padded she said, re'erring 10 ihe buoyant ccron-psdded coat worn by ihe boy. The incident occurred jusr be- :ore QIISK. ss ths two CansdiaD eirls skated among group o: Chinese yo'jr.gsic-rs on home- rr.ide ice the children became ex- cised as ihey do ior- eigrers are cf :hrm himself off ihe gave u-ay under him. Alened by his screams, the Car.adi2D girls rushed first Miss CorrJih ihea Lr.rouch. a group o: Chir-ese was helping DEle-Harris a elaborare rneanf was ce- to ssve who "as unable to ciamr-er c'op :he frail perimeier of ice srourd the pool. IVo scaled foIT: fiankirg the o: Lhe mos: ar-d lowered :herr.- scives to a narrow :edre o: solid ;ce ar ;he foo: of the wail. Frcm there. Lhey dragged the girl ;o s-sfc-y. re- rroved her skates ar.d hoir.ed her up a ladder arjd over On the other fide. 2 crowd p: Chinese pressed iheir Nxii aZLins: her ro relieve the ch: whiig others to carry her ID the Tutiday, January 9, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Key Realty opens doors 1 Four Southern Alberta na- tives have joined forces in the formation of Key Healty and Laurence. 152-! 9th Ave. S. I The partner Doug Hem- ing, Home Yanosii, Trevor Hansen and Eraser Baalim I invite the public to drop inio i the renovated premises this week during open hou5e. Key Realty and Insurar.ee is i involved Ln aD classes of real estate farm, commercial, I residential, propem' manage- meiu and appraisals and all classes of general aiid life irj- suranc-e. GUARANTEED PLAN i of the features of the real estate operations is a ''guar- anteed sale plan which assures a bouse-oivner re mil receive a amount of 1 money for his house a set period of time so he can purchase arjoier house IE Leth- bndge or elsewhere, a spol'.asmai! said. Of the four ecus! Mr. Fleming has heeii in re- business the longest IT years 12 iasursrjce. roainlv adiusting. JLr. Yanosik. is raa! estate and icsurance for eisht is o: the Alberta Real 'Estate iioTi, a past president and noir of the Lethbridge Heat u-aifs? Rpal Estate Board, and active in sports and the Uniied Ap- peal. Mr. Hansen, a former farm- er, has been one of the top three Lethbridge Real Estate Board salesmen the las: ivo years. He has beet: ir. rcgl es- tate for four years. IL-s. Baal- im, a Lsthbridge nauve. has been selling reaf for two jears. The 1.2W square feet ol premises baiiH officially operj- ed this week, features broad- loorr.ed floors and walnut a-aLs. There are eizfc of. lices aud a recepnoa Kej- F.fcaity and Instance will be c-pen from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- day 10 Fndc'.1 and 9 a.in. until r.wn Saturday. Coffee and dorju'is wifl be served during the open house. STIU RECOVERING 20, of remains cf the 'njuries he sufrered in 1971, while saving his ci'' rriend f'Om o crinly G'ccicr Nclioncl Perk, cccep's c Rcyal Cancdicn fReuier11. It's so hot b southeastern ALTS- IralJ 5 thri: mother kangaroos rheir youns iron! AESociaticn award Alberta psyches ab33do3ing Grant V.r. won c end five Oihers won sliver mecc's Congratulations to KEY REALTY AND INSURANCE on their GRAND OPENING h has our ID co CM COTpEl liTj Hamilton's Floor Coverings Ltd, 909 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5454 them, zoj aldak say. The iSa cererni--y ci2'5 S2> -ray have bees in- kaDjaroos rescued by passing raowriss. Secoiid son for Sophia GENE'i'A AP SoprJs L.rr- er. gi-.e birJr. here ;o her sec- ore Ci-'in PQ-I; Tnere. '.he crowd stopped E tax: ar.d demarjced ihe be- driver take the shiver- to a The driver, apparer.tly ukirc her for sn East drove several niiles TO the Frier.ds.hip Hospital, normally reser.ed for Eas: oip'.o- fcirsikisi the nearby Cap- Hosniial. v.-hich caters to The bahy ivas de- ere.i a caesariar. in L-? where the rv four years four diriij rhe child- o: her 57- r.'iie. ar.d the baby re- rrr.ei ;o b; ir, fine Congratulations to KEY REALTY AND INSURANCE on ttieir GRAND OPENING JAY SIGNS 1820 10th AVE. N. PHONE 327-8794 SHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2nd AVE, S. PHONE 326-5973 would like to extend Congratulations KEY REALTY AND INSURANCE ON GRAND OPENING KEY REALTY and INSURANCE HERE ARE THE KEY MEN HOWARD YANOSIK .PARTNER! BAALIM PARTNER] TREVOR HANSEN (PARTNER! DOUG R.EM1NG (PARTNER) REAL ESTATE SALES RESIDENTIAL FARM COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT KEY REALTY WILL BUY, SELL or TRADE W e w 111 g ua ro n I ef y o u pr.ce en your present hom ffirough our GUARANTEED SALE PLAN BEFORE YOU INSURE COMPARE OUR LOW RATES VAL .SECRETARV1 r.- cc-c c-c ALL CLASSES OF GENERAL INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS MORTGAGE and LIFE INSURANCE DROP IN AND SEE OUR NEW OFFICES DURING OUR GRAND OPENING MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 1524 -9th Avenue South BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS Phone 328-6671 ;