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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The LetKbridgc Herald VOL. LXVI No. 26 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 PRICE: TEX CENTS TWO SECTIONS -24 PAGES Queen visit decision next week Tne Alberta centre which Queen Elizabeth will visit in July to highlight Ihe RC11P centennial celebrations will be announced early neit week, the state secretary's department said Wednesday. The site will be chosen con- sidering the Alberta govern- ment's recommendations, Col. Jim McPbee, press coordina- tor for Ihe Royal couple's Ca- nadian visit, said. "Brig. P. S. Cooper, co-ordin- alor for lie Queen's visit, will be in Edmonton Friday discuss- ing the Queen's visit.'1 Col. Mc- Phee said in a telephone inter- view jrom Ottawa. John Church, executive assis- tant to External Affairs Minis- ter Mitchell Sharp, said a com- mittee la arrange the visit of QiKen Elizabeth and Prince Philip has been set up in Otta- wa following Prime Minister Trudeau's aimoimcement Mon- day thai Lbe Queen has accept- ed the invitation. The committee includes offi- cials from ihe departments, of the secretary of state and ex- ternal affairs, the Commons, e-ypr the Privy Council and the prime -1 e minister's office, Mr. Church said. Gordon Young, executive as- sistant to Don Ge'-ty. Alberta's minister of affairs, said Fort Macleod stands a good chance but added the site has yet to be chosen. Tiger inauh boy K2ph. Q cengc1 'ize-. c eld H'.-ch Beyle Vcc cs a wrong ct G Fc-LTJCS: for K- to 20 lesvir.c in wake a 01 Jclion CiV u'io'e 'jie cily of aid eiec- talks on new "Reuier- Tne Vie1.- peace t .T iks bei -.veen S'.rites onvov i '.ler.ry Kissinger and crd mcr.ii.vr Tho :ook on s now di- SOV by :hoir V a ceasefire ay- 1 f Le-e-! h.'id sinoo 53. and rwumcrf ".r--Kt-x Ityfe- 01 i s: S: Xom i u C1-' t1" P "i-'is NE." AssisUuU 'IRL 7 v of S'.-ito Sulli- 2 v-ith .1 "VVPV If.'.r.i. T.rluiiinc North Low lomghl i-an-.'s Pmiiy Foroipi Wft 5-10 rbove. Npuyen Oo l-iqh Friday 30-35, Sulliv.v.i Tli.ioli and mi'd, )l-ii- tricity were cu: and a heavy rain followed rhe romEdo. Res- cue teams had to bring in emer- gency generators and flood lamps. Police headquarters 'wcame a k-mporary morgue. Bodies of ryteri. women children were placed on ihs floor under blan- i-cts. Cars Tvere bowled as ine tornado roared in ai 120 miJes an hour. One aura swept a main avenue flung through the 01 a .An 30 per ceai of the buildings, mainly one ajid f-vo-slorey and shox. vere damsced or ces'LroytV. San a pain of Buenos Aire.-. v-sinser. vainly tp-'Lic to a 56 coiJd he resumed after Jan. 3 Coliecc c> Rodferr. clar.> sonc Gordon Coll odd1 Presirier; C D. WASHINGTON Presi- cent Nixon abolished catory wage-price crr-Tois to- day, except for ihe food and health industries, artd Zii'tec self-administering sys- tem keyed to government nr.-Jc standards. The surprise far more r.veeptag than had been es- as Nixon asked lor a one-year exten- sion c: r_is authority to control arid prices. The president abolished ihe pay hoard and the cora- oissior: but retained the cos; c: Freudi leader in Russia i'OSCOW 'Reuter1 Presi- dent Fompicou of France ar- lived ir. the Byelorussian city o'. Minsk today i'or rwo days of rarr.mii tailors with Soviet Comi- munis: perry chief Leonid Breahrev. Brei---ev the Fmch leader S'enrej douTi hi5 The leaders we.-e schec- uie-d to 20 to a at Wirby Zsshvl for the firs of talks. ci'.ory controls, the retains tHe rizht to move in viitii 5tif: action to inrreises. Nijor ssic L- message :j Congress iha; hj coi: 15 ;o re- the rate to 2.5 per or ry th? end of He said Phise I freeze anc his P.'iase hac cu; the rriaticQ rate by nearly a'M-.'jt Gov't to extend ban on capital punishment OTTATV.A CP> The Liberal sss PsriUnieil to exierid the pariisl ban on for another years. Solicitor-General He 5-siii the Corridors thar ih? bs L-.trod-jcKi this wees, ei- L-er or He E debate, moor v--'rjoh will be sl'owed they cho.-se tber thir, any parry Ibe. be.'ore tbe enc o: the month. has said in t-he BJ; ihis ihe frs; he hs-? he wii: ;eek z :h e-ye27 e-xreisiar.. traduce in :he be ir.e a> passed a free oie years efo. -oni? Li- ejrer.c rarnai :o T.urcer? hr i? ;o ;h? he Pilot balks at flying missions SAIGON (API A B-J: com- mander balked at bor.Vome North after his ITStJi >atd ho refused because "the tails ilc, ik'v the mass desirjctica and kilUsj." "It was not the brnil-.ln.c of s.iiil Micluc'. .1. Hoes. M. of C.ll'j.. in an m'.or- uo-.v. "Tberc is snffor- jiist in ivuih to warrant a of ihe war. But the massive Ivmbir.s the North michi h.ive the last straw and I think the stop thai spoo.itically pushod me over Uw brink. "Alter llio tor CliriNim.15. the m.issivo tvmb- trdmenls I do cidcd 1 had Io laic UK stop. I reached ihe decision 26 and 1 wen: ;o ?oo r.'y r.-.y civisior.. lie ;o took local i.ioni caitist 'Jie lia-noi-Haiphong TiV.. Hook s.'id bo appbed for vir.vorr.bat static a_> oon- v :f sssifiied to adrtir.istrathe utif; at his b.ise tn southern iff. e i c .1 n to l'.vo )os--s ir: n :-.e N- r-roiiu'v. ;T z eoiiii i v-( v., v.. !or .tatc-pc Nci1 "I c.i.i i'.rs: ll'.ln I c.iii '..-.k-.i.i; MI: ;r. Ihe he o: i.un1 .1 ineii-lx-'r 10 of ".i'ilececi fail- ON THIRD order io fly s Tlw he l.hinkir.i; in the .is inelnde t'i' Oak tour in Viciium. lie licw ri-esidon'jal last mission oa Chrisinias OTTAWA 'CPi lanusrr CDn-n a totigher icy Weasesie" 'as (iis- Wr heve r Qihin here. We're 1115: coins :o carry on and see from Union o; bring in z o: E bill introduced -A scresa o: Hs loid Kotse of Coa- rrcns iepilaticFn E of are-rcT'" under a sea- ciniti who will ;o the bill, died at dis- ]R5t fall after beiais 5'.- iscrked by both Coriser.'Eiives ard Democrats. have kvestorj to file pitas s repstrar is iae b- Mr. the bill W-OUJQ ioilowed bv rr.255 3 Tr.? new "hicr ir. Xoverr.- -jj? said. nesses ET.Q labor izr-cns ;o gre: priDr srorovai cep: in srobjcrr. Erei5'' ihe bdu5_--. Tee presiden; also the present of saser n'icridsrori' over 22d :'jn :o dc'vc iz B-J: for those JOHN DIEiENBAKEK c-: new fcreir L-.ves-.3en: fe co- ar-d by imp-asi'Lion of licence re- strictions on of leca- so'crj- Canada. A f'jrther indicated in the throne speech last ireek, recinre ihe maionty of di- re c t o r s i n federally -13- cor.parjas to be Cs- -adians. HOXT BE RU5I1ED Mr. C-lliespie said the considers foreign ct-ship kev isrje 2nd not b? rushed ir, dealing with ii. He said later it co-jjd be sev- eral years after establishment of a sarearibir areDcy bsfors '.re men; smarts regu- latirr new investment from s_de Canada. The rair.fster's speech was the address of the day as debate continued CQ stpeeoh from the throne. Johr. Diefenbaker, applauded ty all when he rose for his first formal address in the new Parliament, appealed L Dand Leuis ro revieTr his de-rLsior. to tre noriry Liberal it has a chance t3 for- viard tts lecislitiie program. 7h? Commons mist vote to- day or a Conservative mocon of ir. the minority Liberal rc-.-emmejil. CHAST.'ZFT TKl'DEAl' Mr. said the srnd was made iat a way b--i: prime minister "Ihrew :t over- b.-.ri" by oeclarir.f Monday tr-t _ the itself ES tests o' c-.Tj'drnoe. former prime humor sddresf i-as a'.lov.-e.i Vy embers to oomir.tie v.-e'j pas; the minute time limit, closed by wage and price consols to stem .mishap iirner 1111111 P...vt-: det.'.c.hraent o.' M? identiiiod tb? APT. 1111CK ;