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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHSKIDGE HERALD WednncW Jnnuorv 10, in brief Five killed in factory fire HONG KONG A? out C'L c.'r.lro. ir. ire up- storeys a or.e c: .I.--AO.-I dustriul centus tris afteir.oiMi, ntore than I hours alter n be- Tr. Consumer should share OTTAV.'A .M--..- r-- :n r.-rse.iiM tie land to thf ..'.VT. SNO'WMOBILE RESCUED A5 fcr cs Hamp- c: RR 3. is cc nee Tea zc.'5 '5 ro rrcicn rcr ccc s ed. suppose crn': rrochines he says, !f a snowmobile eeps c'cwri fn ycu crs Mr. Harr.pscn has been training his 1-i dcgs T3r four years in snow- mobile rescue techniques. Leaf winter he puiled one srvow- mcoile from broken ice and retrieved another which had run our of gas. (CP Wirephoto) .S. may hike oil imports Eccles off energy crisis pleads fijuiltv i i-ierior refrr.ed n-. i-ro-is J.i 5cio-" to-- F.-c-, _c o.. -j 3t-.5Ori 5 15 t-.i" t'1 c L Airline traffic talks resumed V'ASHKGTOX (CP) TI'C i for airlines from each vexing questions of lio.1-' 10 t-oitmry to serve the main share and service airline traf- j such as Toronto New fie between Canada and the York, and single carriers from United States will get another one country on less heavily- goicg over when negotiating j travelled routes. But there is no teams from the two couniries limitation, apart from traffic resume their protracted discus- I requirements on how many sions here today. i ii'ghts an airline can provide on The current series of talks be- assigned route, gan in 1969 and there is scant several new routes optimism among knowledgeable are understood to be under con- sources here thai ihe noil few side-ration as well. For days will produce a final agree- ample. Calgarj- has been press- me-nt. It will be the ninth "such ing for more conveniem con- session in !ha last three years. nec-tions lo major southwestern Agreement has been delayed in the U.S.. notably Dal- by a variety of factors, not las and H ou s t o n, because of least of irhici has been the LO- If aveJ generated by the oil in- healthy state cf the airlines in- dustry. dustry in both countries. The two sides will also be dis- profits pared, few airlines in ei- cussing the growing charter- ther Canada or the U.S. have night business. American car- been a n i i o u s to expand iheir riers w-ould like to see a change services into new markets. in Canadian transport regu- The bilateral talks, jn j lalions which could deprive t dosed conference room at (he U.S. charter airline of the right state department, are e.NpvCted to carry American passengers 10 extend into next week bui no a return flight to the U.S. date, has been feed for ending- sfler 1! had left them in a Ca- them. nadion city. Canada's cliief interest has The Canadian side feels the ben in acquiring a more equi- is needed ro prefect table share of air traffic be- the Canadian industry from iween the two countries for Ca- bejig overwhelmed by larger nadian carriers. The United American airlines. j States, with 10 times Canada's j population, feels it is entitled to -pv a better-thaa-even break, j JJcllG SGl Since many of the busies'.; markets are alrady being LONDON iAP) Queen served under the existing ar.d Prince Philip will traffic agreement, signed Li If ave June -3 for an 11-day visit 1966. negotiations have tended to E-jchineham to focus primarily on rnodifica-. f-rj-aunced today, lions in the present division of The Q-js-er. T.-iil visit trafic and forecasts cf future Auc to 10 to attend the rcouiremcnts. mine ministers The cm-rent agreement pro- ter Ror. Basicrd told the Ct.rzt- Lr snor.5 rcpor He spoke i" reply to E cues- ABC lion irom Heath MscQuarne trr Edvrard Island merrier jaid char.ce to bii on tb.-z-rr. Fighter-bomber shot SAIGON 'AT' The t'ruted U States corr.-.-d anounce-i to- has bomber over Ne-tr? it a.. American ab.i-art: ir- Gor f agriculture TI I I t L, I By PU'L JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau 'ires s stab'e eoor.omv h West-' prospect cf a discussion e- I believe it Canadian imr-irLs bus aoru--dtr a s-'stem of prorr.ptea ire A govern _ iv.o sc-nter.cec Dec. 4 to life; after pleading gvult> i? rri'urder in Mtcct-or tbo blare at the Weather and road report ?F THIT55DAV SUNSET II L Frr L PLicher Creek Meoicbe Hat action tior. to observe the heartrrs'b.s joL-ur: Canadian einbussy rep- Ali vcre charted with the terd ah such .Men-. Etch Ke- rcuii t-e court Tuesday ihe :he r-jmber cojiJes'air :ho n-a.-.' e for L-e c..' emergency preparedness ar.d Chocuette to replace a murder .or ?r.or. tiJJ. .possibly the S'a'.e. coinrr.erce o: ;l-.e leaser count of terra1 poUcr-- for _ L defence L-. Eccles' case. !New uortli park named TORONTO (CP i -The fed-; eirzeci The stern Frefider.: Naon is deliver Co Cong re To- Thursday: Mostly 10 15 above. Hat Today: C i o u d y Hkhs 10 15 rear zero. Thurs- ,..v." Mrsth surjty. Highs t Today t "V 't C'.ec: ard so 'o zero Thttrsoay- Bro- ci, in from the o-t the afternoon. ;5 to :o. Eugene indicated Tues- rather than the tax dollar as -ve tba day. jtto the Speaking to the Ontario added. Board, the rr.Liisier Mr. v.'-elan said dai.-.- pr> said that federal cu-cers can court or. stead--- :aE ir. tr.e past oscr; or C.vil Or- infs are regarded by observes rr -'serf anythir.r. "Tr.e buoya-icy Cua; our graut ji_-zauo; ICAO vrorld as havlif a 1'urji: a IS-dsy coroner's in- t recer.etca sales are esre-tercis? a: tr.e safety of They cculrl steal t'-e 3ou-Jn Crjc-as.0 more than illior prices ar.d a sc'id exparsion of c-- courrris i -V vears-have kept the dairy i-- markets in the yoar ahead. nectssc-ilv irc.rr. ser.e to Armies ousirv cc-erable up to no-v. A text oi '-.-as apcroacres -e-ari_- ocer_r.r or trie er.err. cils.s. a rz.d hea.dlv the Las Venas "I trjni i; is only reaur.; to suec c-ore delivery. irstittrtri by -.lie "Liberal ;r.-Je--rt'-; st.dy oi't n crural issue. -f :hc- f.-c. Horoltuu i'uruig the thrc.r-e speech de- safilv is rot ensured in .cr cr. the U 5 t c'.u- V-'-T had Parus rate. aviaticr. the :s cf tile Caraciar iuel S'rrr'.ics. nter ar. argil- horror the sttuaticr. ir. arri- iorld-.iill b air cludir.g the fuiure c: a cu--; Berlin ATHENS 'A? Ar. earth- sons hurt nut there ;rere -----e i; rtiaiiv-ly v.'rjc- v.-lll. cat- on Car.acia- cnzd-c-z.l arrested wi-hir. quake of force 5.5 on the open- r.0 fjraiices. Elecr.-ic ra-rer "e :ic" sequc-.i.y. para.yed. rtu_s ci tr.e ;ure_ ..iiitin i _ 'JD oi Conunenlal fair ar.d livrouith Thurs- for :e'.v i tv.rtrre r.oriheast aod Gusty --tr.d? the east Ii.rh_- 5 be'.o-.v 10 r i'r-j'.'e to CO Earthtpiake rocks towu _." zero -.0 10 H'ths Thurs- to :5 except eas: _V. e-i of r.o fatautues Electric .._ _ _. _ ended Richter scale recked '-.-.a: rc-a__ec r.e- izicor.i- a L state cc- o.a. town of i- tKterr t.'cr.iers across Ls ce- csrincrt Izrai said v.o- Greece before daw. today.' ir.- --jus..-.- a; ire presert tine-, ler.ce ajairst aviat.or. -threil- U.S. refur.ers. cau5i-g panic the popu- c.uded cr.e house cornzletcly ce- Tc-us ha'.e ever, nstr.z a: 2 ens a., c. our pcczoc. lation. first reports -eachiig stro-.-ed ard several hundred K e s u 5 g e e d sarcnor.; here saicl. others caziared or bail--' u-.puus suc.i arairj: r.auc-r.s haroorir.g bu- The repcra said several cracked. builcu-r-s. -achuz-.e--. jacitri ar.d third-panies rjtrl :ha cost-price trat haven to cf collar iiniou created aft'ectt ta.-r.ers over L-e ier.oe could :rc- a _. reportfd to have been for a major office r or- ganizing campaign by the uir.a- loctii or. tr.sura.tce cffices. CJ.C :.j tutdertaks ;he organ- morgare fu-rr.s. harks ard -iir.r. the sa- s. these .-.urkers tiic dr.'e across the -O'ur.try as the con- in 5 imol; greAS. leairs -'rent ares. A- esilrr.a'ed It experience, says Tr.e G'.olie ar.d. j; ar? fez zast few has r.ot in fuel supplies to ultimate sus- A rev., all Ccina-iiar. LLZUCH. 10 any o. ja-'icss. he saij. s Associatic- cf T.te lusgar was hc'ghly -1 Tc-chrucil Er-r'ovee- cni.cai of the LrFT-Lo-er In- ;or To-.orro-A-zro- 30 i let L 111 Oil military aid In Syria Labor Act due for revision 'C? Al- ir, a --ta Ac; us cue :-r cor.- lerrtr.y rs-.vlT: but ore a.ti P.. Ship hoiiih threat hoax He de-glared that Ib.? '.-JT- L-'- d ;r.cG system I'OT rea-. brc-ur- sc.-cts, rez.-.rt :r_by-he ;overnir.eit i- -rhe crhter riares vere char-eVus a ........Cu. larced nuntr. r.y tnree io- WELLrNGTOX. N.Z. 'Route: r 'xirhi.-p The New Zealand navy in ..vl ii ask-ed today to race to I'r.e aid Zeala-rl's .V.-r'.h Island atter the oi a passenger liner reported to ho.r.b a threatened by a s.-. .r. o -.1. '-he threat appeared to ha'.e i.; r '-v --L-J.O teen a hoax. frigate Taranaki tr.e coses border See the IRRIGATION BOYS AT GENERAL FARiV! SUPPLIES COUHS HIGHWAY ct.Dri.1 looi Phone 328-1 141 for A-M IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT OKFKIM. A? (IF A TOIUY UK AMA STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Pra.r.1 Aruirre. 1'J, Er.izil's rides'. !' P P.ttshurch ?uir.lcy tj 7fi the Polish F.V.cons of HIM, ni'Y Knnn irnni an ha-.-.r: no nio ,i..ty t d.iv 10 -'lo Sovift Union ch.rr.rm.'in's rulim ;i- th.i: rani.1 ir.crenses judsmer.t: fxterdir.c tho po- I.-.-' f...'] r.M Li ab.ich r.-.n (..mair.rc; !vc'.-' .v s ;bare ar.d in goc-.i c.r.v-. r...-. is. Ibat 1.1 ail na- ski access H :o Rhodesia. is expected to exports PORTS Or- ENTRY O-'-': CotKU M ;