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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TK! IE1HSRIDGE HESA'.P Friday, Jqn, H. Science inir dntt' y ear's ij.ervt? (air hicn school -A> rv'd r.i Ur..- May i: Thi'.rsdjy. A rews said than iJO froT. across righ: ore of i l.o sponsored "Fiy t'o'jndauor.. elude cash. Air inquiry opened LONTON A cenl airlirer co.T.e ;er rold aiter in cf: from ir.Lo -'orst air r'O'.v Airpcn '.25: I.x All evidence ll.i people rbcard ciloi: o; doomed subrnl-.red :r.a: -he de- nse a 01 ihe ru-d rhs: a by rne pile's capcair., gin ro' tvro Xe-v, cciLd re The lauyer. AnEhony _____ Fine safes stopped Or-ario'J- ?-.y treated -re '---_-- cuor stores have sellirs dium nitrate 10 t'vo brarais of Frascati tro: of Ontario L.CBO' have reccS'ir.t; ir-s vines, lisrsc in stores as 1920-B "he ro they France's pretence helped ADDIS ABABA 'Rented links bev-vee- Fren-ch Fresiwr.' Georse> Fom- LTC ihe Red picou and Ethiopian -i.-.uld :e 'he :u- Haile agreed r. i-e sen-e the stability of this part >y.e L :o of Africa. French re- c: ponec. cmpercr told :he pass a.cr; :i_--v2y during formal ralis here ihai he linking i; Accis invitation accepted MOSCOW iRonrer1 The So-' But the Sov.et riet Union rfficiiily c-oned ".he Thursday a NATO :o zzercy -i: discuss iroop in L" NATO coinries have ic-otmt. geckirg talks berreen Atlantic "Such Alliance and five pact :alk members sbce on and balanced forced red-cation voi; par MEFR la Cental Europe. acree-enV' Archeology program renewed OTTAWA The nonh- cepees T ern development eoiogy. announced Thursday :he re- oiher ;ub; neival of a special program cs- o .May. signed to encourage interesi IT. Tr.e v.-iil archeology. "erec A foiir-monLh course, spon- sored by the naacnal hif-.oric sites service of Parks Canada. Holdout juror still has doubts Accepts condolences 'e cs He cccep's the condc-e-ces cf ct stands in front of family nighf. scuth of Montreal Thursday services tor his mother who died Tuesday (CP Wirephoto) FAIRFIELD, Calif. (AP) -i The holdout juror who cast the' final guilty vole says she still I has doubts and thinks Juan Co- j of murdering IS anotlier trial.: I The jury- foreman says the first I balbt taken was 7 to 5 for ac- quittal. Corona, a 38-year-old farm la- bor contractor, was found guilty Thursday of 25 counts of first-! degree murder. The jury oE 10 j men and two women reached the verdict after 46 hours of de- ibcration during eight days. i Corona was accused of kiling 25 transient farm workers whose hacked and stabbed bod-, ies were discovered in 1971 in j makeshift graves 100 miles; northeast of San Francisco. It was the big_gest mass mur-1 der charge in U.S. history. The I trial lasted 14 weeks. I Corona's lawyer, Richard Hawk, immediately moved for a new trial, and a hearing on his motion was scheduled "Jan.: 29. i Judge Richard E. Patton de- layed sentencing until after the I hearing. Under California law. Corona could receive a max- i imum sentence of 25 con- secutive life terms. j But juror Naomi Underwood i said in an interview at her home later that 'T do feel Juan Corona deserves another trial." "I have doubts yet.'1 said Mrs. Underwood, a 61-year-old widow, "f don't think they had enough evidence. I still diubt I made the right decision." Mrs. Underwood aUo said "the pressure was pretty great" on her in jury deliberations. The jury stood st 11 to 1 for conviction for two days before Mrs. Underwood changed her vote Thursday morning. Jury foreman Ernest Phillips, 53. said the first ballot the Jury took eight days ago was 7 to 5 for acquittal. He said about K secret ballots were taken before the guilty verdict was reached. Magrath woman dies in mishap (HXS1 Mrs Horace Hirie, 71. passenger in a half-ton truck driven by her husband, was killed at about S p.m. Thursday in a one-ve- hicle accident at Raymond. They were returning to Ma- graih from Great Falls when '.'ft Ci; rosd. travelled through the right-hand ditch. crossed the highway afld came to rest in the other ditch. Mr. Ririe i> in the Raymond Municipal Hospital suffering back injuries- cuts and bruises. He is a retired farmer and managed the dry goods section of the Magrath Trading Com- pany for many years. tr but 7iot fdlal Government meets first defeat Weather and road report cor.rTiitLee of represen-' Consen ative Leader Robert :a'.i'.'C5. Stanfield said efier the Tne defeat. cmbsr- tha; the proposal for a joint i ---pa i-v raisir.e, was not fatal. committee tp ar.d Ne'-v Demo- inquire rising food s ;o M: or, Spofee5mcr_ 2pKd it did v--o'uM rive the government an a ccm'i-er.ce in the opportunity to "load it with Lib- err.nier.t. eral senators.'' Conseri'atiues to reuieic5 renew commitments saM ihis meeiing is G: tr.e r.os: ever held LSS; year's rr.ejlr.e occurred c-r.'y sii mczths after the Cor.- s-ept the "S-year- Admir.isra- key to lha: rr.eedzg be open to university field supen-ifion of DOPEOKi extern s to solve economic problems differ C'TTA'i1. CP M.- to'.d reporters that represer.-iiives ireienied car- A--erra will refuse to discos -.-'en- 't" L-e arj" to Lhe heaJtb-cosi- those '.p L-r-p -'-V- inciude a naTo-'s prcaror share o: -T--O iriconie-tai revenue for DflNCI The federal Tas to today a r.gly expensive E_: Mariobs Premier Ed s2yu-2 1-jrr.ir.g over more arr.c-i r.rovLr.ce> er land control planned enihustaf ni storaxini from party's irsriCodo'-a elsc- tior. "Today, after 13 rr-.c-chs ir office, we have a ccznr.trrr.er.t to join together b measur- ing oirr schievemerio cjr We have a rr.en: ro otir or ir. ihe lishc cf our experience, to change therr.." FIRST MEETING I: also is iho first sir.-ce the October fee- era! whe- t're Corjser.-a- tivss grabbed up ail 19 .-Vlber'-a .Natioiil Conreirauve teacer Koben Sianfieid ar.d the :9 nembers of at- terd the corjvHition. Mr. Stan- field is to speak Sarjrday morr> Cor.vezLon chairman Fred Sis-.vart cf Calgar-1 says the :he.T.e of the tr.eet- b.g vrill erjcouraee cf the "to grasp the cpponuniry for pcructz-accn rr.ernhers :n the for- of rjture policy." Issues to be welfare tax reform. to 2rd s-a'l lar.d use cipal A_n sl'-Cmimcr.: c-T.rillee 1 j'jstly represent the in the Par- lisr'.cr'.. re said. Albr: Lawrence urn c r 1 a r. who rr.oved to ex- c.jcie his vyjLA ir.ave rr.ixher QT.erd- rr.en: hnve 'H r.'mbcrs: EUV.: Liber- als, Ccr.sfrva-.ivef. ;wo Xe-.v Democrats ar.d ere -Social Cred'.; V.p in '.he :C4-fcat Cord- 109. Crn- 107. NDP 51. Social 15 "d ir.depender.i two. in i'r.e lOJ-ses: Senate there are 74 17 Cc-r_serv2Uves. or.e Independ- cr.: Liberal, or.e 5.xniai Crwiit crri Fever. Ho'jse Leader Al- MscEccher. the even NO ITF.ISI.NG n'i-i rce rise SATURDAY SUNSET II I. Trc :o 23 s Moscow 3- 'X JS 39 PLnrher Creek Medicine H.-.t Edmcn'.n Grande Prairie Banff........ Cilgary Victoria PenLc'.on Prince George Karalrep; Vancouver Saskatoon..... Regina....... Toronto E: John's Char'otteto-ATi Frederic'.oc Chicaso York Las Rome Paris LODdC-Ti Toiy.i 54 FORECAST: Lclhbridsre. Mediclnf inday and Saturday. Austins 10 30 ei- cept g-jFiins to 60 in (he Cn.wsnest Highs both 35-15. Lon-5 20-2i. Caiman" Sunny today snd Si.. i-day. pisiiug to 2> Hirhs davs S5-4Q. Lev; iko. t> T 0- with in iow or raid Sv.-. cloudy. Lo-.-s ij ;o si) to 33. MONTANA ITssl of Coulinpntal Dividt c'c-jdy west and south :'o: rnd snow north- ess; today sr.d early tcoigtK. cloucy Saturday with east slopes Ktx'kies. Hichs todr-.y 5 to 35 a to '35 west ol Conlmenlal Diride Fevered sr.o today. Ps-'.y snd Sjt- Kens Gerr-ic B-'d-.-ji -Peace River1. asre-M the entailed no cf ccrjider.ee. but it ed "the of Je- ncr.o sre His parry v.-ouij he na.ny more N'c-.v De-ecfat Leader Da'.id Lev-vis said the same icr ros r.sve to vote. Docker? vote on Ke 10 elaborate or, Stampede Pact "iris v.j. oe or.e of ine mjs: I'. be P-T o! a (Jrar- p.-oirram to :.fl all -.v.th c---_-rjiX-.rnert of bsse cf acts Lrr.rier p. be sa.d. The third rv c'.c-ariy-do- ph.i.-e involve tests of the veteran dies at 67 iURE THEY DC, TAKE ADVANTAGE nor lure rnc- rec'ly CO e-.Gy w de: ae new fceccr-? a -r.- i-.-j ce l cd, c'-d yc-i il j; Call oflcrnoons or evenings, Mon. thru Fri MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 535 13th ST. M. 327.M.12 WESTBURNE DRILLING EXPERIENCED RIG PERSONNEL REQUIRED jnd B'i' Apply Manager, Drlll'n] Ltd 1332 Calgcuy Houss, 550 6th Avenue, S.W., Ccilgciry, AlUerla. T2P 052 Telophonn (403) 366-8701 A cf the Cal- Flxlubition Ftatr.r-c-de ar.d j.MirTK1 '.vorld champion. Dick Co-grave dted his ranch 2u miles scu'ih-.vest at Drum.heller He was 67. Mr. hcc-in-.f sssori- r.riis the Stampede IT h? ran the chuti-5 fnr G-iy Voadick that year. In 1K7 !-.c A.bcrM Starr-pode U rn- t'eo.; in the Ir.ited .Sitr.e.i ar.d C.inndj Bora o.i tha Ir.di.'in Ri'Sfi-vc at Glo-.chcn. Mr. fo- L'rave Ihe at Hio Calizan Slnmpodc 10 times betwwn iCCn r.rd 1M-1. He directed arena event; nt the for 2.1 years be- fore in K'T'i Mr. i- y Dr. area r. ore ar-1 V.'are- i.-..-i Thurs- da-. U-eiri ir; Prince 'Port .M'Miri morr.- vc'e Mor.day ar.d ir. Ho -r.l -ly.'.'d ;x? Vr'-.v- bv Ar-Ti; r VT d-x-k v.-orkcr? eligible t v-o'c A of iKtxl a struts rccorr-.inen- L.ved n rr.od'u.Iion >ir c'. l.-c B C.' Appeal T'.x- r c in- an h-uir'.y M-.ICO increase c: or. a ra> c( M fi3 over 2J imprcvemonts in skill differentials. pen.-ior.s ainl n joint study I'.-.- (.1: I'on- t i.r .'ir-'l a systom. Your Headquarters for STOCK WATERERS YARD HYDRANTS 3cod discounts on oil yard and farm water systems We take barley in trade at SI.20 bushel GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIU. AS OF A.M. TODAY OF A MA Most hUhTays in the Leth- bridge district are in good win- Ifr ririvmc condition. Highway 2 north lo Edmon- H-rt.-.-.vay f, eis- Merit- cue Hat and oil highways it .v and dry and in condition Hich'.vay ,1 to Dlair i? also bare and dry. l.n-ieu" Blairmorc to the B.C. border his had liphl .SIHV.V and has occasional sections. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening anil Closir.j TimcsV Coutt.i M Car.vay o a m. lo fi p .1 tn p m.; lir't- r, p IK' :'i l-.-nt-s; I'onli.ll R a Cmoi Mountain rlnsod; R a to ,i p m. Trars C a n a da t? Banff ii Tire dry. Banff ;n lte has plowed ded snd has occasional sections. Radium arxi Banff are both in -.titcr drivinp condition