Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday. January 15, 1973 News in brief Torv officials Y.J; esc Lhroe oi r: :ro e tier. ha Trc Follow-1 Tile second feed as a ma- Mrs. Lill'.an Green, said since i tor. exec.'.rlve elected year the telt she .i.ii Ejy Pro- 1 r.rl bcvti able to aceompliih! "zilch." i t'r.eir j i s of the sec- followed a dispute ber.veea Cor.- -.1. secretary sarvstive MLA Dr. Scoli Wai- were cc-nfirttt- bee ar.d some hoard, ntembers by Mirl-t or. how much control the MLA c-f the shotild r-ve over the 1 tier.. ir suburban Victoria. AiTio uniou condemns Or.t. Cr the er.ce of the s.itd borr.b- couttcll of the ing oi the area untott has con- has "lifted the rnissacre at My Nixon as a Lai to the level of pol- 5t2trS o: N'orti: Viet- ians was a attempt r.arr.. by President .Nt.xon to '.vin a A passed victory he coaid rot attain or: ir.oLjly at a confer-' the battlefield. Drus trafficker executed MANILA ,'Reuteri Thou-: A crowd estimated at 3.OT Head-on crash kills city man Victim9s vehicle tow-truck at crash scene European security conference hckittz while couriess more Us- coverage, ter.ed to a live radio mm- it v.-as the first execution io the FhiLvppines for dms The -ar. H-yesr flckir.E under harsh rer.alfles "Id Mari's-rcrr Lirr. ahas i" pres'rer.t i'.'j io. faced raro .to- re Western nations submit proposals hit Israel TEL AVIV AJ- ?-eba arvi Lt the N'ctev sonr-s for years have K southe- Israf'. Israel ar.d the pled C-oiar, Heights area durir.g .-g-U" failrti en also hi: Syria whe-e '-ctvy blackouts, dvtrirg the riflrt 'r. tl-e Lebbel-t Three feet Dt" STOW covered rerlc-r; r'antas-fis and the C-claa Heights arc the HOES. a r o n r. d Galilee. iel' till over tr? cour.- ar. ro'JT vhistlec over the pvartirrlar'y bad'v Esy of Haifa Traffic Tas b'ockeo bv tr.e It 7.as stto-A-1-g also L-. Beer-, ar.d -.Be EZLS.NSI :AT Western cludir.s the United States and coming from the nine states of rar: in the prec- Car.aca, resumed the prepara- the enlarged European Common for a Eurcpear. secv.r- negotiations and there Market but also accepted by rTr.fererice preser.V; t-xay predictions '.hey nierr.bers of North Atlantic :cr sn cr more. Treaty Organization, included frcm agenda, c-ff.ciar.y all three rr.ajor poims presented 4 espionage defendants plead guilt} to charges Open trade talks ese and British rnL-usters tcday tc British aircraft .'arteries and open taiks aimed motor trjci and. h'us at e-tpardir.g trade berseea th.eu- countries. is alcz2 hi? first '.tsi: r." PT- trace 15 heactrs c dtr.eiiatjon ci to tr.ect Peter Talker, the BrtaL-.'s trade Cri-a re1- B'ttish trade ard d'jrir.s last rr-lrjster. vear totaled 515 rr.illicn. British ar.d hts deiegauon arr.v- a; here by from Pekinz Mhi'.c itr.port? vsre on a sLT-riay official -.'-orj- 79.25 nillion Komance rumors coutiuuc LONT'ON Queer, recent Last Monday the has asked her T.- gsve him tv.o gocxlby -Ar.r.e to three hxt- fore arjj'jr.cing her berrcrha! to -e tJr Ger- 1.'.. Phillips, a cavalry of- tr.a.-ty ir.eri ;tis ;er.rr.er.: fleer and see horseman. The statiur.ed Na-i-s of the World said Sunday. a eoiol medalist ir. A BucktEgham Palace spcttes- tie Bfi'-ish eqiipstrtan team man said: "Tnis is pure event at the Mtir-ich Olvmptc iation of guesswork. V.'e have no Games, srer.t the last t-AO on the matter." -seeier.es as a house rues; friendship with Phil- the rnval resider.ee of Sar.i- has hit the headhttes in r.rzham ia eastern r cur trial could con- of the remaining defendants. the orlgLnal sever, defendants at c.penea thst'he seek a mistrial if the ruiity olezs uere offeree, claim.ini: the _ _ _ _ ;.try v.oul-: cor.-ciude. ever, Eo--a-r: Zt.- though it v.cuidr.'t be tc-ld. that '-e-_: P. Var'tL-.er Frani r.oroic proposal. Italy on secur- ity. and Denmark on human contacts. Soviet Ambassador Viktor Malstbev did not comment on the Western draft, although ac- cording to Western diplomatic sources, the side had been informed in.advance. i On security, the Western countries proposed the creation of two subcommittees: one studying the principles guiding the relations between the na- tions and the other studying ap- propriate measures, including military ones, for building con- fidence among the participating ss. On economic and environmen- tal questions, the West proposes studies on the development of commercial on ;n- I dustrial co-operation including the resources of energy and raw materials, on other areas c. oo and environmental questions. Tbe most crucial rU3S-icrrj of 1 these preparatory talks is the East-West on hirr-n.: ccr- tacts. Four subcommittees will study increased freedom to travel and the exchange ci ideas and information between East ar.d West. To? first subOTnrr.iriee would deal matters related to the of human contacts. the second one broadening cul- tural exchanges, the third hroaderjiig the co-operation in the field of education, ar.d the fo-urth widening contacts 'In the field of information. A I.elhnridge man dead, and another man is in serious condition in Taber General Hospital following a on car collision three miles, east of Taber on Highway 3, about 10tl5 p.m. Saturday. Bryan Deloss Kenney, 2G, 1513 10th Ave. S., died instant- j ly when his car. eastbound, was in collision with a half-ton tuck driven by Boyd Bianclii, i 22. of Coutts. Bianchi was taken to Taber General, where he remains in i intensive care, suffering from j multiple leg fractures. A passenger in the truck, Raymond Blackmer. IS. also of j Coutts. vas treated for minor injuries and released. j Kenney apparenth" kill- when the door post snapped. I hitting him in the head. A v-recker vvas required to pull him from the wreckage. Taber RCMP are mvesugat- ing reports, that the Kenney vehicle was driving down the urong of [lie highway at a high rate of speed. i Coroner Dr. Gerald Beckie. of Taber has ordered an autop- sy, but said Monday thai an in- quest would not be ordered un- til Bianchi's condition siabi-, lizes. "It appears Eiacclii will re- cover, but we're soil concern- ed." he said. Across the PraLnes. at less'. j seven other people have died accicently. vdth four of the deaths reported in Alberta. Allan George Miller, of Cal- gary, became thai city's sec- ond traffic fatsiiry o! the year, when was killed in a tv.-o- car accident Sunday. Three youths were foutid near For. Assinibcirre Satur- cay in a car parked -nith its motor running. They have been i identified as Harry' Ivan Fhei- pr. 19. of Fort AwlniMne. Barry Douglas BohninK. IS. of Buck" LakeT find Dean James Short. :o. of Camrose. Fort Assiniboine is about la miles northwest of Edmonton. Two men were found dead in a house at Vista, Man.. 150 miles northwest of Winnipeg, aiid police said drinking methyl alcohol was the cause of death. Three others found in the house were taken lo hospitaL Strike closes schools VICTORIA (CP1 Most in the Victoria area expected to Ix? closed to- day ditch Degoua- be.ween the greater Vic- toria school boani and repre- sentatives of the striking main- tenance broke off Sun- day no further talks scheduled. The maintenance workers, members of local 382 of the Canadian Union o! Public Em- ployees walked off the job Friday in support oi demands for a ?2 cent an- hoiir increase in a ooe year agreement. The school district offered 3! cents in each ycsr of a two-year cortrart. The old contract expired Dw. School ho2rd chairman Peter Eitna said was resolv- ed at Su.nda> '5 meeting. STokeftr.cn A'ex of CITE local w: said the real in the dispute is working corxiiiions. Weather and road report Sl'N'HISE TIT5DAY Sl'NSET O" Pro- NDP's youth also vqt- "o r.'_al-te doc'ors ci-.'l' :o send a u-ork tear: censorsrip of N :'.r. Vietnam to aid in Canadian oilman slain Machinists join strike Lelhbriilpe Pmcntr Creek Medicine Hsc Fdnior-ton Grar.de Prairie Victoria...... PrirA-e George Regir.s" Fredericton Chicago New York Miami Los Argues Las Phcenii FORECAST: ihbridgc. MedJciuf H a 1, Cslsary Today and Tnts- L Pre day: Variable cloudiness. Z3 Very strong winds aiunS southern foothills. _g Highs loday and Tuesday 45- jil. Lows near 20. Columbia, Kooie nay To- ar.d Tuescay mainly cloudy 33 fe'.v Gusty 23 ai Times. Highs -.6 .1" csys S5 '.o 40 in the Co ii AT ar.d -W to 45 b iq tonight 3.1. MONTANA 2-? of Continental Divide -n '.'.'c. h r o u h ".5 T 5 c 2 y r-ror.g gusr-' ul-d; ihe .11 FrDwer? ir. th? lor.igb; ard Highs wih most- 1 Weft of Continental Divide Perlixii o: '.orJah: aiid Tvc5cav ir, nr.C'Un- t-i.j-Lv Highs both cays -ids. Lon-s THE C.-VNADIAV PRESS cs dead or sr- JAKARTA -AFP' Errr.ed long kmve? brDi-is a zrA kiUea a A friend -.VBS "nth ir. Car.adisn. J. 5. Waller. 2: house f.ed ar.d has not ye: pan: Uiin. Eas: Acer.. North Su- :ecn fourci. Ne-.vs Agency re- are y.r. ir.- Changes planned bv Marcos i'72 vho vsiked ihe o: the fjghf. He -A-as ruihed to Medan by The LARGEST ASSORTMENT cf imported styles in LETHBRIDGE By TUP: (AN VDIAN dni.-r-; J A. Wtez, f of iL-sriing ar: ar'.er a brief iliress. V." >nn Car- dinal for decades a1 leid.r.s -s'-ire in Vatican ai'- change -cheered 1.77.3 :'roT. -ore thsn Tre" Vic'.ia-: V.'a: J'OMT.EAL'C? to 0; cer.; o: ''ci'-izer.1: n: i." c'.-' "Vive I'Lrjon Na- he Mr. Spaldins said. OPEN BIBLE DISCUSSIONS SHORT TALKS WITH QUESTION AND ANSV.'ER PERIODS EVERYONE WELCOME p.m. FRITZ SICK SPORTS CENTRE Room No. 1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 16th SUBJECT 'EVOLUTION'S PROOF OF GOD' :-tVc-s" fho-ved rcar-li-.d- to a Ihar. __ -1-c'o tor rtsttthcr to contact s na- tj.e has ret ad- the Ilar.oi covemr.er.t resard- cotrtc'H rr.KLng cheei-ed ot support L'the hy Guiller-o ce Veea. a Drc-st- :rs a vc---.h v.-orSi team aM to lor s...icst uo mir.'jtes Sunday international Assxiatlor. o: di-r.tia! Mirers tr. ir.-cple a "pouttcal "her IcA by ieaoer Gsbnel He said n.thb a -Ail', h-r-cn-.; o: US. I.'.'t.'.t.'r the pirty -A-ouici reven Satitrriav M-iTor to a rd-i-.i-'c- o: tr.a; n.ir.t.T'.s io r.ame thit left EdntoniMi rl'-vl-i-e t.-c- !-.-.'..0." the Toron-. :rr-m I nitcv. 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