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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBSIDGE HCRAID Tuesday. January 16. 1973 News in brief Evacuation completed MANAGUA fAPl There sre s'-'Ji "thousands cf dead'' bur-eJ in some parts of Man- but evacuation of survi- ..'rs from the Pec. 23 earth- auake has teen completed and '.he ri--ccnsrrucr.ion phase has be- Nicaragua's ruler says. building ' staried on 15.COO by the Organ- ization of American States. Foreign relief esti- mated between 10.COO and 1'J.OOO persons in the quase. which destroyed 600 blocks of the cspira! city. Damage Anastasio Somoza said estimated at 51 billion. Driver injured in blast SAN PIEGO. Calif. i.APi e-cT-erimenia! csr powered by natural gas ercr'.ccled m a parking let Mcn- djv. injuring driver. said Jose M. Parragah. started to light a cigarette rut icnted iumes from a leak- LIS tas line instead. He was burned on the hands and face. The h'ar jammed s-ut the doors cf the car. Parr: climbed throush a broken don to escape the fire '.hat fol- The federal go1. is e.v psnmrn'.tng 'Aith use cf natural cas as a means cf reducing ex- haust fumes and air pollution. Doctor? awarded medals TTAWA C? Dr. Kiroko iaz2be, Vancouver nacive .v in Nashville. Dr. Mark vi Metres! have been ardefl niecais by the Royal r: and Sur- L2T2 Pr Eceker receives [o heart surgery in A news rs.eaje by :he NDP helps government survive another Tor non-confidence bid In it Leader Band Lewis said the motion, attacking govern- ment handling of unemployment servative government would do anything about high food costs. The NDP would until the and inflation, was Conservative j government had a chance to put OTTAWA (CP1 The New Democratic Party maintained its temporary-bedtellovr rela- tionship with the minority Lib- eral government in the Com- mons Monday night, assuring defeat of a Conservative non- confidence motion despite So- cial Credit support. j the problems affecting the Ca- The 31-member NDP. power nadian people and particularly juggler in the House of minor- j the aggravated situation result-1 icies and programs, ends Thurs- i ities, reaffirmed its intention to ing from, the current simulta-' day. back the government in a state- j neous high rate of uuemploy- ment well before the clanging ment and rising living costs." division bells summoned MPs Mr. Lewis said it did nothing lor the vote. I to assure thai a Liberal or Con- ment of an J85-million govern- ment program to provide sum- mer for young people. Privy Council President Allan I shadow-boxing. legislation before Parliament MacEachen, government House Specifically, the motion said before making any move that leader and responsible to his the government had "chosen I might spell its end. That i party for the delicate daily not to deal immediately with come ivhen debate on the manoeuverings in Parliament, throne speech, outlining in a bitingly told the Conservatives general way pol- Kidnapped victim returns unharmed TORONTO (CP' Marilyn whether one or more kidnap- Lastman, 37. striking blonde pers were involved, of multi-millionaire Mel their current policies on unein- p'oyment and pensions were out of keeping with their record in office. SECOND SURVIVAL It was the second time since the 29th Parliament convened Jan. J that the NDP has sided with the government to defeat a Conservative non-confidence motion. The government re- ceived the party's support last Thursday in the first Commons vote, a Conservative move lo ROME (API Prime Minis- adjourn throne-speech debate to !er Gclda Meir of Israel visited the plight of pensioners, j today a synasosue on the edge Monday's vole was closest so I Of a'ghetto where former Popes to 1H for the govern- j forced Jews to live. She then the Social Credit i left for Switzerland to meet Meir visits synagogue wife i Lastman. returned to her subur- ban home unharmed 10 hours after she was kidnapped Mon- day. Police said no ransom was paid by Mr. L-astman, 39. who The chief said no ransom de- mands were received by police. Mr. Lastman or any member of the Lastman family. Chief Adamson said late Mon- R recently became mayor of the day night from the porch of the Toronto borough of North York. Lastman's stone bungalow that Toronto police the couple had been instructed Caouette said his Couple plead guiltv i- "es to cnarges con- eoLtroy's escate in L9ffS murder of his first wife, pleaded guilr.- to a charge of es- capiirg custody sr-owju to re Gecf'rc-v released VL-eent de Paul tHrritentiary Dec. -4. on a three-day pass to rr.n-ry Carrer. Parent. caiicnai a cebare in :r.e House Cool and clrv c-3 'STperctures c-e exoec-ea c" raij-.lry the remcinder o' '3 3C-ccy cf tr? U- 'ed crd ?i--e to receive reccings. PrecipitcTicn ii expected fo be with heavy Columbia end the Monies. Thij is -cf a specific fc-eecst end may ccc'j-. "Jobs' hey word in youth program Carmen his c s-i OTTAWA r-.e Monday by Secretary deeded to ro EOi." rds for ihe federal Stile Hugh Fauliner. are '3 eri ?ropa_Ti for 1973. and "comraunir.- bene- 2 declarator, rj-T g-r? f. s, a-IlSt L_TT 71 They hsve replaced original- illegal and lias big deficit MONTREAL fCP' Last r.ties were S4.EO arc .trial ar.d as the criteria for funds urxier 0-Dcr.urJtiei Fcr" Ycu-j. tOFYl arid the hacdful of oL'-er pro- grans "ed under the tile sunnirier's abridged version o; if an and His World ran un a deficit of S9.01 millicn. says '.rere The 19T2 firure COV.T i-c-r the 511 nl'Iic-n ce.ici: full srn should pro- fcr nearly yc..-.g Mr. Fauik- financial statement tabled said. 1 Montreal cry ccurcil Notre Dsrre. of FAIH-iELD. 'API lartest sT.ele Kaif the deficit will be slie, in :he Juan vrill h-e OFY. "with a ered, by the provincial the oKn_r.i or :riai has cf S39 compared C0i2y6u by DV ar. c-Co-? bu: i; ith S2 STB.OCO last year. I! -J The statement shoves blue coll" verier crdered to tha: r.eariy 34.CCO j Parole reforms resch a verdict. E. the jurors participate. 1 In prev.cus years, anpli- for projects were revesl the for origicsliiy. This LONDON, Out. rCP> reast-nsible :or or the goal is creation of eral parole of criminals and the .33: year for Corona, charged formed bail laws have led criizes s'ayingi of 25 also will have to pro- imstration in as he 23 hours of jury benefits for the arati Crown stiomeys' ceiicsie bonnes cf :_n days, jury ia ffhich are and police agenciea.'' of out. Eberhard. Middlesex County h favor ci the seeded have aod execution oi sistant Cro'-vn aiioruey, convic'.ed ar.c- s'.vay '0 be ar, impasse. is to remain in the rf decide one or cf youth, but there wii! Li a service club scdress. nrer cbcut the guiit or an expansion of an ex- Rberhard b'.air.ed :_. tjegun last year with judges and their civil-lib f3 J' ordered the j'irors Ed-.isor.- groups, Mr. i fcr potential 14 in lo said. ;enccrs loose en to arid r.c'. to groups Bc_l azd psrc-Ie rcforrr.s r.c-cn uniiies to assisi rhe o: projects. OPEN .ei" Ln a makeshift a: ihe staie baiar.-ce o: "Suimier 73'' is a collection o: car- in Vscavil'.e. -.vhere on by sar-.Oiis government SHORT TALKS but tvo of the QUESTION AND ANSWER since existed in previous ears. p.m. FRITZ SICK SPORTS CENTRE Room No. kills TUESDAY, JANUARY .Renter' span sir.ce figures on arjtual outbresl-; ci ULesc outbreak: let: Kl people dead at the end of Nm-era- ''EVOLUTION'S PROOF OF and Wales las: wees, and accounted for almost the tora! oi 1.7SO' Corre, brir-cj your ?sid Mor.dsy. The toil was the wor't for recorded so far ihis winter. Metropolitan chief Harold Adamson emerged from the Lastman home an hour after the five-foot hvo- inch. US-pound womin arrived there by taxi to ?ay she was ab- kidnapped." "No ransom money ras asked for and no ransom money was paid.1' the chief said. "She returned safelv un- harmed." The police chief said the mother of two boys was "in reasonably good condition" after she arrived home at about p.m. she was shaken up by this very unplea- sant experience. She has been a very courageous woman and is standing up very well." When asked if she escaped or was freed. Chief Adamson said: "No comment.'1 "I had a talk with Mrs. Last- man arid am quite pleased she is safe." he said. NO .ARRESTS VET Chief Adamson would not di- vise the content ot the dis- cussion and would not 5ay not to tali about the incident with anyone and said they would not be meeting with re- porters At an earlier news conference the police chief said Mrs. Last- man received a telephone call about p.m. from a person who said her husband had suf- fered a serious heart attack and had been taken to Mount Sinai Hospital. The caller said 2 driver would come to the Lss'- man home to take her to the hospital. cause it had "sometning deli- acQompanied Mrs. Meir mte. something precise to say. buflt 1B74i :v remained T Later, she met Homes Jew- i ish community at a reception. One of the guests said she spoke about the Arab-Israeli i conflict. j The purpose of the meeting with the Ivory Coast leader, who is visiting Geneva, is to bolster Israel's sagirisg position 'm Africa, vvhere three pre- viously friendly governments broke diplomatic relations with Israel recentlv. NDP 31. Credit 15. independent two. The vote capped a day of de- maiden addresses by new MPs including t he first ever by a woman from Quroec. promises for spring legislation raising pensicms and announce- SVNBISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H Leihbridge 53 Puncher Creek ;5 Medicine Kat 45 MARILYN LASTMA.V Two men Bounded in IRA raids From AP-RELTER BELFAST (CPl Three Grande Prairie ransked men bsb'eved to tv an I K A -punish.T.enL raided two Rotnan Catholic homes in Lurgan night acd at each shot the man of ho'jse Li the Lhigh. A bullet Ln the 'vf a com- mon cliscipanary action by the Irish Republican Army. The three men first entered the home of a ear-old Catho- lic and shot bra in the thigh. At the second house, they ordered their target to get; from the baby he was before him. In Loccor-clerry. the year- old widow of a policeman 1 in an explosion SurjCay night was under a doctor's care. Her brother also was a ar-d be was killed is a macb: gun ambush 10 months ago. Weather and road report -5 Victo-la PtLnce Geer-e Wardair ready to resume tcdks Toronto John's Halifax FrecericiKi New York PncenLx..... Eono'.iu 21 FORECAST: Lfihbridge Medicine Hat- L Pre Calgary Today ffed- 34 j ncsday: Occasional cloudy periods wilh a few showers 37 2nd gufty west winds iloog 7 Ihe mountains. Highs both cays 4? 50. Lows 25 35. H .1: Colombia Totiay: rs Mainly c'otidv 2 few -o shovers. Shov.-ers with 3D srcw 2: higher levels. Winds "o .10 rising to fresh 37 'wccbesday: Mcstly 43 .57 clc-dy. 'A few showers of rain 9 cr we: sr.ow. Hijhs both 0.5 to 4.1. LO-.VS toaish: so to 35. CC MONTANA Easi oi Continental Diiiile L> P.-rtly c'o-jdy throuEh Wedrcs- 13 .CJ showers ;o .03 ntcurtains hc-th cays. Strong 10 c..sry v-tr-ds along east slopes of IS .05 today. Rips today ;5 Low; icright Sis. ffighs 31 V.'onr.esnay 45 to 55. 37 o[ Continental Divide 5o Clo-dy occasional rain 5o ovatioiis srjow in motni- 37 a i n s Wecnesoay. 4o both cays 4-ris. Lows at and 12 uighcs are schec- uled to leave Edmonton. Car gary. and Toronto in lie nest seven days. Tbe 102 stewardesses war.t the right in a new contract 10 refuse wors after 15 consecutive LINGERIE MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE 25.00 13 50.CO GIFT ITEMS to 50co Off- Your Choice S9 Fragrances AND CHILDREN'S Bath Soaps 10 c to Off MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE 87 THE CANADIAN PRESS p-iciet lines. Spalco-.g said. of Wardair Canada Tiere had no ce- Ltd. ffere waiting today to find out if striking stewardesses are ready to resume m an ef- fort ;o erid tire waliout thai be- gar. Friday. Tom SpaldLng. execuave rice- president oi ihe Edinonton- bzsed company, Canada's larg-1 hours on the job A three-.-aern- es: chaner airiirje, said Monday her conciliation board said the right he told federal labor ce- par.msnt conciiiatcrs ir. Van- couver tr.e company was ready to resume negouations that broke off Fnday. Bm he said there had been no response the Canadian Airline Atter.dams Association represents the sieward- Ser.'ice has not dis- rjpted because of the strike the decision by cornoany ma- chini5L5 in Toronto not to cross PHCNE 32S 1535 Syria threatens to pull oul BEIRLT, Lebanon 'API SjTia is threatening to secede from itj 16-month-old federation with Epypt and Libya unless they n.-wiime part of Its recent military losses and help out when Israel attacks again, the Lebanese newspaper An Nahar says. H claims recent Israeli raids have killed or wounded at leas: ,VX1 persons. Forrien Minister Abdel Ilahm Khnddnm nnd Pn'nwr Ilc-iflnr nrc coir.p In nine Arnb statrs to sock nru itudcing. 14-hour duty day used by reeu- lar ai-i-ws should fc-e Company Max Ward said thai during monchs oi negotiation. Wardajr oiiered t 15-r.our cay an additiooil maximum five hoiirs aJlo-.rance fur deadheading, pay- able urr.e ar.d a half. heacing is the term used -.v'r.e-. a plane fjes to a -r.hout passengers lo get ready ior a charter flight, Mr. Spajcbg said ihtre 'A'ere no major developments the dispute Monday. The company did make a slight change in i's complicated wage formula offer fo thai a stewardess who u-orks an above-average number cf hours in one month o[ Ihe same quarterly period in which she works a month wilh fallow-aver- age hours will not lose Terri Braams, contract chair- man for stewardesses h.ised in Fximonton. Caleary and Van- couver, charged that Ihe com- pany u using strike-breaking tactics to keep ils Bueinn 707s find nc 727 flyinc. She said Warclair is using d-tuch'trs nnd ofi'ite eirlt" rrvl li.nt of the U'mp.-r.'irv are non-supervisory pr.rsonnol. See the IRRIGATION BOYS AT GENERAL FARM t CCUTTS HIGHWAY Charles LcoF Phone 328-1141 Bert Ericbtn for A-M IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COL'RTESV OF .A MA A" i- the I'.a: is r bridge disiric: are in focd u-r Highv.ay 2 r.orth to Cslcir.- is also ir. g'Xxl winter drying r o d v cjiion. is a'-.d dry. :o the B C. border is overnight rain. C r o M s r. e s t cry. coed Cilcarv Canada ;o cor.riiUor.. and s.-ndcd. pood v.tnter conni- icr. occasional slippery ections. Banff-Jasper r.lilway has 'ten iurLher no- of llott-risls are that 5icv. or filling are mandalory in all na- park? and en >ki access for.' in r.rr-.i. 3 r! the R c. hord-r l-as -r v, oxomicht. and Drilled. Highway 3 to Medicine roads. PORTS OF KN'TRY .-rrl Citing T.mrsV TI In ;i n: Pv li..-M i" n r. to P in r r-. K. R C :i hour', K m lo Monr.tam riosod. 8 rt m I" j p m. ;