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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH8 IFIHBRIDGt HERALD Saturday, January 20, 1973 News n practitioner convicted HOl'STON. iCP> A person not licensed to practice! accused of injecting sin- medicine is guilty of the offence j cone the breasts of a if he treats a person and causes WL'riar. '-vho later died has been a death, even though the prac- j convicted of murder by mal- I utioner had no intent to commit practice and placed on proba- murder. j dor for in Dr. Joseph Jachiraciyk, Har- Eenianiin F. Lockhart. ris County medical examiner, was tound gimiv Imoav mgnt. ct fluid into tesufled death was caused by Georsianr.a" Sue Martin in 1971. chemical pneumonia. The ill- She "died five days later of ness ocurred after silicone was pr.euraor.ia. injected irto the bloodstream I.ockran tried under an ard settled in the lungs, he state Isw which ssys any said. HvdroQuebec reaches agreement QITIBFC CP morning 3rd e'id--d Friday ha? been reached on all major afternoon, had produced an po'lnrs in the contract dispute agreement on salary increases between Hydro-Quebec and its and retroactive payments The? Commons told food study time limit OTTAWA (CP1 Liberals I John Reid i i no time limit for reporting the and New Democrats sniped at a 'River) lold the Commons that committee findings but Con- Conservative attempt Friday to pulling a time limit on a study servative James McGratli (St. forcr a special Commons food- of such a complex problem John's East> proposed a three- prices inquiry to report within would be impractical. But he J month deadline, three months. I agreed with Mr. Hamcy that, Mr Haniev offered another John Harney the committee should make pe- 'which would re- .Scarborough West> described riodic interim reports. quire tile committee to make an the Conservative proposal as an I They were discussing amend- report in two months attempt to render ihe com- j ments to a government motion jjut set On the life of mittee useless. "Heally what I to set up a parliamentary com-: iuelf. they want is that nothing be j mittee lo investigate rising food Reilly done. but thai ii be done j prices. wno iav0rs wage and with dispa'.ch.': The Liberal government price'controls, said the food- I price committee would accom- 1 plish little of value. Housing conference jiii Ottaua Moudav Personnel earner moves up OTTAWA The ques- i tion of whose I provincial or be biggest in the housing pie is HEPORTS BELITTLED Reports on the status trf women snd poverty had positive effect. Mr. Reilly said. Mr. Reid. Ed Nelson Burnabv-Seymouri and Leopold Corriveau Frontenac) in- sentation at housing confer- ences is also likely to be dis- cussed. Tile Canadian Feder- likely lo get a thorough airing i aiipn of Mayors and Municipal- C.500 unior-ized employees. Ld- bor Jean Coumoye- potn.t Mr. Coumoyer the assembly's labor cora- that a negotiating ses- sion, which began Thursday rerzaimrg unresolved evrertie.y minor. at next week's federal-provin-! iiics remanded separate r, The Hydro v.-oSters. r.irmbers of the Canadian Union of public Employees, have beer, a contract since Dec.. elusion. "But the fact that we've agreed to meet again ir.cUcates chat it's no: the end of the He declined to make any Air traffic talk? slall WASHINGTON Eight Styles or the day? PI" nesrtiations on a re- vised air traffic accord between Canada and the Viuied States ended without a agreement, but with both sides prepared to mee; again shortly. other confer; on the regotia- An American participant said lions. Li lire by fi-rn m PL! or. be ir, borh Fides rcr 'o the in bui E de- talk? publicly are ir would "o fur- ther "I guess the fact that we re- cessed indicates men': reach EH agreement.'1 said Michael "ides rnr 1: progress Members o' Gego'JaiiEg ;eaz reached. tr.e Cs d police personnel carrier approaches G Brooklyn sporting goods store F-isav r 2-1' v-nere holding hostages. One New York City patrolmen was killed. TWO omers v-ere wc-.-rded in a snooiout with the gunmen. A surrender ultimatum lcr? Frir-y nior-7, becked by the personnel carrier, failed to dislodge ihe gunmen. (AP Wirephoto) Holed up gunmen keep 10 Brooklyn hostages NEW YORK 'AP1 Fa-.-' Ar. armored personnel carrier turban and flowing black robes -si -K-.-.h arsenal o: r.-.incra red John and p'esded in Arabic wiih the gun- ga rrwer to eve up Al' wrting joocs shop. Police men to release the hostages. 10 ges ircrc ihe sporting arc a Black Muslim with a bull- Three shots rang out he Ejxxis stoie ihey hers tried through shattered, asked them to fire three times to rob Friday to coai the gunmen to i if they wsated him to leave. creases to processing and pack- cging costs. People often choose con- venience feeds despite their h'gh prices. Mr. Reid said. Mr. Nelson said farmers should not be blamed for climb- cial housing conference here. I representation at the coni'cr- The meenng. which opens Monday, is expected to Proposed federal amendments iaa food priccs. TJK consumers centre around prmincial de-, (o the Xaiional Hoiising Act will' shiuld special attention msnds for a greater voice in be another agenda item T.'rban frcm the commitiee because aetermming rederal pnortties in j Affairs Minister Ron Basford they are "the real authorities housulS. has said. j on price Ottawa sources say all prov-1 Mr. Corriveau said packaging inces nill have some municipal! and advertising items sdd a representatives at the confer-; substantial amount to food ence. j costs. Soccer results LONDON (CP1 Results oJ: Old Country soccer i r ,mr ENGLISH LEAGIE vs. GENERAL Britons divided oil freeze LONDON fAP) British vet- Asked if they though: the ers are split dovrn the middle Er.'J-infiation T.easures v.o'old over Price Minister Edward '.vori. 36 per said yes. 43 Heath's blest price and -.vase per cen: said r.o ar.d 15 per cer.'. freeze. E public' opinion poll re- replied had r.o idea, poned today. Voters then v.-ere asked if National Opinioa Polls said _i: .hey ,he Stef the S1gJvermierrt 'pUns to per v.-ere ar.Ecur.ced Vfecnesday. said they -.0 per cer.: The results published in threeh'. they -ere net az-d The Daily Mail. had r.o orLiior.. Mavor Svkes cautious Tories CALGAKV 'CP' Mayo: by Kod has warned the AI- cause it turr-ec b-er.a Prcgressive Couser.'itive :es. Party not to neglect the VIETS of the province's tides. Ke told the parry's annual be in their escape by a with police that OM pstrolmac dead. rr.e.i. by the police were had i rxo morris: autonomy. Hourj.E sr.ould renteiriher consuitaticn and Tl i Chelsea 0 Arsenal l It was the second time the Leicester 1 Man Citv 1 gang, believed by police to be; Liverpool 1 Derby l' K Friday night. Foiff 2 were alarm police to; shoii were fired at about j Nonricfc l ljK6s Wised through outsSl St0re m i ?-f20 Southampton 1 Sheffield U I B-coklvi b L- latest L- the war a tist ttvsnr.rd tu? 5teara> L-to the grounds today 1 Har.leprols 0 3 AWershot 1 Torquay 0 Bury the'.er Report, r.erl a rr.essar-e for rneci- V.'orkir.gton ult-ch traced U.S. involvement cal f'tod and 3 LEAGLE The r-'her Nstage. Judy Mala- Dinsion I A trawler it vei. was as' saying Arbroaih Ihimharton 1 ceience sudes on a ore gurman was on the 1 o ir.o'.-.e screen placed before the spitting up h'.ooc." Dur.dee Airdrieomazs j'jrors. The p'rotos were o: showr side-by-sine se-zrner.LS of 1-ear the Report. "The infer- tlT head as he rt rnaticn ir, many cases was ider- acnx" the fnom the 15 RATION' o.i-r is rot enough. The 211-foot lug Statesman orcered Ltto the ;tc-rtr.- North fe by 'h-? s.n-'ernrner.t to cefe-d tra-.vlers v-hich sre beL-z by policeman was Falt-k 0 Pardck 3 C-Llroy. S. an e-leht- 1 Eis; terar. who was shot in "or'-on vs. Dundee U ppd. Aberdeen 4 Hibernian _'t the ror.l-.ejit Enjlard Mr. o: :o unless the gcverr.- r-f'r.t in the Royal Navy the trawlc-ri. _ r T'-? wore anyone thai -.sar.ted i: r- A'lDmo. .-he-: in :he rich; arm. arc e Frar'-:, 31. hit in the THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES RECITAL by Howord Leyton-Brown Louise Chapman YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1973 p.m. TICKETS: Muiic Umiltd Switchboard Operator L'nlvrii'y Yalpi C o n l r c i m m d i n v R'.-i- 'o Arfulti S2.00 5M.ri.nU 5Qr. sair1. he s-crker! ffesrrr.oreland retwrt :t vouM Ur.eeler's repor classified ten secret. ard or. ?K ' alter 41 "ir.ute Stra.n-5rT DM. SCOTTISH FA CTP Sfcond Qticer. of S vs. Forfar ppd. irlhiameso ACHIEVES DUNLOP FORD 1972 SALESMAN OF THE YEAR HONORS! 'lo llic cud' S-.'.i'h Vietnamese forces -.iere !r in irr? h fa fiz'ntirc