Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THt UTH3RIDGE HESAID Monday. January 32. 1973 News in Miiumit talks opened PA5.IS iWo. o; "pin in er.J for- Gecrses v. France e'.sf" to between and CrinceUoi- B-.-3r.dl of Frettch ar.d Ger-.-.uis. ervn: t'vo -lavs Pompidou ar.d Brand: plan to s which their two snc --051 L.-err an L ..iii> o> ..v1.'. VMULI: LUCI. -j Kocrac Adenauer on Jan. countr.es have a key Heat wave kills 25 At-'- tetrr-crtititr carir.3 :n tho -.id-summer Sttc-. hea: wave in trcre :r.an a dec- tre A- melted throushou-. Alps, which ttor- o: .vjier s-.r .es ae.e nain_.g "in Caiiberrs. is better r.is been sbo'.e 100 Couveutioii planned OTTAWA CP' The sicered 3' a naco-al '.ior.a: of the Liberal wi'.ria ose year of a parry of cc--trrr.ec ai a here :ha: a T-s es-x'.lttve national r.eld tra' a series of regional L-. September or October -.vou'.d be held ir. the A "re ard surr.rrer rrecedi-g 5.vi tre 5.1 trat tr-r means the leadership vtli >o dates or sites for eitr.er be considered a: time. ;he regional or national gather- T'-e leadership musi con- irjs were Hughe? suffers stroke LONDON rKeirer1 Tf Ths jreciali-t Mid to Dsily receded S'-.cay have ordered R-Jgbes. 67. ccc- tha: I'rJ'sd State; re- fir.ed -o tec cluse Hoa-ard Is usxr Hitches arrvrd U-dcn TTiexiicai after '.ast a suspected hear', a'tack. ;-j--- -.'re Mir.ar-a snecisUit to LIT; :en .a- it ;.-e ren.htrjs? ft.iie week to exa-.ire arc -i; :re Lrr. cr. the tita: aides believed he rad ha: Pars H'tel, a a 'near, attack. received prioritv KTVGSTO.V. C? It hard t- possible '.hat the Liber erntneni put so much e; on Quebec in the last campaign '-'.hat '--e tell the peopie L-, the res' McGovern claims U.S. "Guerrilla close to one-man rule WASHINGTON' (CP1 Rich- ard -Milhous XLvon lias begun his second term as president of the United States with what amounted to recognition that a president cannot earn- out Ma duties alone. His inauguration speech also contained a state- ment that the U.S. is on the verge of an era oi peace. Boih these were chal- lenged indirectly by Senator Georae McGovem. whom Nixon defeated (or the presidency last November. McGovern said Nixon has moved the U.S. "closer to one-man rule than at any time in our history." Be- cause the public, press and Con- gress ailou-ed Nixon to follow this coui-se. the president was able to eortijiue "the conflict of madress" in Southeast Asia. Nixon was inaugurated for his second four-year term Salnr- riay Hi.- daughter. Julie .Vwn Fisen-.v.'vr. ref-orlprs Sim- day njeht that thte president pddetT to his inaugural address thoughts that to him in the itight.'1 ASKS FOR HELP One of these iaeluded a plea for help in carryina out" his duties as president. "Today. I ask your prayers that in the years ahead I may have I'-rrl's hrl? LI m-kicg dec- sions righi for Amer- XUon said. "And I pray for your help so that together we may oe worthy of our chal- lenge." Although his inaugural speech did nor mention Vielnam b y nnme, .Vixen said; "ll'e are an the threshold o[ a new era of peace in the world.'1 McGovern made his com- ments on the state of the U.S. in z lecture Sunday at Oxford University in England. McGovem said the U.S. is moving close to one-man rule because the Congress, the press and the political parties are in full retreat. The basic cause, he said, is th? "exhaustion" of Congress "by executive encroachment and legislative paralysis." and "exhaustion'' of the press and political parties. BI.A.MF.D Congressional impotence, be said, is "why one man in the White House was able for so long to continue a conflict of mttdress in Southeast Asia by so many o[ his coun- trymen." Nixon ended a weekend of ac- tivities connected with his in- augural by meeting with Gen. A'exander M. Haig Jr.. his spe- cial envoy to Southeast Asia. Meanwhile, Henry Kissinger. j N'ixon's national security ad- j viscr, headed for Paris 'where he is to attend negotiations aimed at WTapping up a Viet- nam peace settlement. Sptro AgrKHr, inaugurated as vice-president Saturday, added o1" lo the Vietnam situation. "I'm very Agncw told reporters. Protest telegram be D prc'sjf Vef cperolS' N r- V.cC' ry busy to S'xon COM en r' t c in l-.doc'ni-c. Lawyer lo appeal Corona conviction iCO rs-es, 'o i rsdicle'y ''C? V.-.-enhs'o) ticn to of their e have done a Car.aca Health Marc Lalcr.ce Ssturdi U'-eral wo Strike enters lllh dav .at the t gotr e pc-ou' rave t Er.gl erai he Que, tat tr.e o wors sh C: tovernr siver. xc." RC church, state give up privileges AP ivifb approved a coc-- Carholic Church ar.d the "Tre Cr.-rcr. ar.d tr-e Pn'i'ical Com- ,351 'Grill llilS r.-ur fMairc: nnrllieru B.C. CONCORD. Calif. (API The juror who held out longest ;vr Corona s accuittcl said Sat-jrday that the night before ?'-.e changed her vote a sheriff': rr.at.-nn promised tn give her in- later to ease her coti- Ecier.ce. Defence 1 a e r Ric'iiard K5uino'-v fron builder a r. e? UD his rciv.lrre o: mis in the and change her vote and told her; If >ou have any worries about decision, I will tell yen Juan will ease your conscience you vote." Hawk paid. Ha-ik hf of th? tight w-h-en rw E.--A-.-; of N 35 he crossed 2 street rjs home. P'.io; Rcc-tweil of ar.-i Kinne cf B.C., were missing a Harrison Airways singie- er.zir.e plane Sat- iL-day en route to a logging ct-n en Laie. 7i miles r.orth of .Vert Bay. A helicopter foiitid a float the plane Surda> in Drury 2.5 titles ronh of Alert Bay. ar.n Lhe search was to today. DANCIM6 r -p c tells of teuse times (hirincr papal audience "-3-." 1 Ttrraee ;.ut Rupert, t rr-'-'l'-f1 fr-r Oil I Pradesh state rii'u? freedom v .-.ich the Vati- net tccay to discuss a can or e-gi- everv faith. that has caused doc'.iT.er.t suggested for a The ses- rodies in Spain rive up halted I.T 'rvir ;o n- o-e tho lights :o future re.atiorj v.-.th the Tfll. AVIV AP Prerr.ie.-' "Tr.eri.' wure c-f Co'.-ls :hjt ?ior.." t.-.e Isrreli leader said :r. the eererations .it Jev.s -vro :y-_ -..-.a; I wa4ay ittct-easi-g lonicht and 74 Tuesday, litchs today X to 4-5. 4; ow? 20s except Pfe east .Vi jlorc-. ir.ths Tuesday 45 to M. .V, ''-csi of Cnminrntal Divide 7-1 tr--ijy. Partly cloudy 41 s-.th 'iideiy fcariered shoT- rorth portion.'. "7 todsv tn LCTAT to- H Hichs Tuosdav 405. Your Headquarters for STOCK WATERERS YARD HYDRANTS Good discounts on oil yard and form water jyjttmi We take barley in trade at bushel GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 A? (IP M. Clll (II AA1A i-' tie !il_: C a n a da :n K..I- ;o Banff to.-tin-, .r.: i-cadit.or. bare and Banff tn J noi'tii to Fldmon- been plowed ji t-.--- :o and sanded and has occasional cine llr.t and all hicn'.vays slippery sections, so-j-ji tt" U'hr-r-icfo rrc- bare Banff Radium Banff and dry and in good winter Jasrer highways are both In drlvir.g pocd vr.r.tor ririvini; condition 3 "o Blairtnnre some sliprerv sections, 1-- also bare dry. Motoiisls arc reminded Ihsl Rlairr.-.nre to the H C. birrler snow tires or properly fitting had lij'ht 5101V i-hains arc in all ns- and has occasional slippery lional parks nnd on ski access sectlfrns. roads. :v. 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