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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HcRAlD Mondoy, January 29. 1973 News in brief Iwinv lire kills 10 N.J. Six ouer porous were kn A: persons died early to have survived line fire, J fire a s'.viriy-movlr-g tieixinrnent, spokesman siv.ii. lirj pursing home The spokesman also i.'.ia he ijr fire official boiievo-s -ha: all 'ce were elderly persors. Murder charge laid TORONTO Police Police said ir.e wvniaii of havt: chirked men multiple and had ir-urder in con- been raped. of Lily Chsjged ron Mae a murder are Terry Gne'.ii, of 77 found last June '25 '27. of no fixed address, and Fe- in her third-floor rcon in ter Lome Crair.p'.on. 2-i, of To- Fire destroys gJiost town REYKJAVIK -AP- Fires- A: least IW houses isve been rigeri Sunday iz :hs ghost tonn destroyed or darned o: en HeLi-.aey b the Westruan fc_. Islands off the Icelandic main- land as hot lava ashes and Almost ail ci the to'.vn's popu- Ftores carried by Hind from the iatica of more than 5.000" left eruptins: Heisaiell volcano the island after the eruption oe- rained en tcte early last Asneii' on Asian tour WASHINGTON ''AP'' Vice-' Ko said- the trip also is rie- President Soino Asne'.v left Sun- signed tD display 'the interest day far Ssiisn to "star, a seven- have Ln doLt: everythisg '-ve Asian toLr. csn to see tha: those press secretiry. J. enjoy freedom and Marsh Thompson, ssid the tr.p nation." -.5 intended partly to Az-.ew rtor co-tr. coiir.trles "-'e're T'-aila-i He left 15 hours xie? '-he offi- "Laos- Ir.oonet.c a fire. little ntcre a time. FBI identify body MEW SHREWSBURY. N -J. sfec'j. acurj on i. f AP i 'Ire bocy of a mtLn up. fcucd b a shallow grave here Gs-T-lrbc, :9. dlsappcsred las'. wzs identified Saturday as that Msy :5 af'.e: ieai-Jic his rlush- of Emanuei 'Miisy) N V.. rente en a r-usiress nephew of Mafia overiord Carlo trip. Several days _ nj Death -.vas caused by a bullet p-jst-arsed May :3 'hat w-c-iL-.d b the head, the F15! and 'old her: U j'ou .tint back wrapped m a blanket ar.d bur- r'BI ir.on-h b ied in a four-r'coc Eravg, vias t.te case and two discovered Friday ry 731 scuzr.t. British clairvoyant dips Jittery Commons faces another tough schedule fiv DAL IV.Mirtl.VGTO.V I ploymcnt Insurance Commis- House Leaner Gerald Baldwin sum (UIC) while Parliament Riverl mi other OTTAWA (CP) Another wiB dissolved for the October Conservatives say-the govern- week of footwork con- fronts a Parliament jitiery at Ifs not easy T-.e ci[ spiii clecrvjp continues cf Alsrt Bny, off the norlhecst ccosl cf Vancouver Isicrd, bur it's c difficult tcsk. !n seme arses, crews are trying lo burn cff the oil. See s-ory on Fags 1. -CP Wirephoio Judge claims parole board interfering with judiciary election. ment should use legal means of A bill to abolish Ihe ceiling is Meanwhile. Ihe Liberals, if- the ever-present prospect of an in lne Uie Commons covering the UIC deficit, unwanted general election being manpower committee. The bill! guing they acted the law, forced on the country. approve the W55. expect New Democratic Party Above ail, Pnme Minister miriiM advance made by the support io give the bill passage Tnideau and his minority Lib- cabinet through governor-gen-, on third and final reading. NDP eral govemment face the posssi-1 ,varrants before the cur- i House Leader Stanley Knowles biuty of having the unemploy- j rent Commons session began, i (Winnipeg North Centre) said ment insurance fund run dry jfe mvernment hopes the last week.- "We think that this unless the Commons approves a transfusion in the nebc 10 days. The big stumbling block is the Conservative party, which charges the government with illegally exceeding the S800-mil-lion ceiling on funds it could make available to the governmem nopes ins committee, on which it lacks a majority, will send the bill to the House for final passage late this week. Manpower Minister Robert Andras has said the DIG will run out of cash or credit about Feb. u ecii t> e Liiuia uiau MUJ biU should be passed quickly so that we do not have to worry about that SSOO-mUlion ceiling.'1 Coins; further. Mr. Knowles said the SJ54 million in advances also should be approved quickly "so that there will be Question along about the 8th i or 9ih of February about the government running out of money (o pay unemployment in- surance benefits." While awaiting the committee decision on ihe unemoloyment -m f j -m insurance funds, the Common' I I fVft-ttfift i will continue what is expected U Y U to be a lengthy debate on re- J O I newal for another five years o[ i the partial ban on hanging. After i must exchange their money for Conservative speakers New foreign help needed b Uganda KAMPALA (AP) throwing out the Asians and new currency bearing watching Western aid fade, President Idi Amin of Uganda nmv realises that new foreign help must be brought in to keep his suddenly Africaniied econ- omy afloat. In an interview this weekend. Amin said help should come likeness within 15 days, told this correspondent he plans a national program to get person- have termed the capital punish- ment bill a waste of time, say- ine such things as inflation and unemployment should be de- al "out of rise mattress- where the mocey cculd help with nation-building Ke also urged his countrymen their personal feelings on this from "friendly Arab. European! to Siop drinking akonol and noi and Asian countries and include much time and money sul] is when debate z M1 {o Unem- insurance Act will be enginers. doctors and other ex- enjoying life, but make sacri- Under these fices for nation-building. amEnemcnls. the act would be Amin, a Moslem who gave up to'jchered regard to who alcohol a few years ago. said can and who cannot receive VAN'COUYIK .'CP- co-jver Court Los Berv'lr. accused Na- parole Beard c: icrirg cr. 2 rr.assive seals funcLor. riiti. lei: ar.d said Se-.vley. parol? sreech lhe" :--'e by hoard C-eorrE Mr. asked >t. :vears a iail." Mr. Be-.vley said. S.ret: why Di-rld U'.as Mr. Stree: said Canada ras had released UP. cardc the per capita prison he had 3 1- iho 'vo-'ld ari of "Die yo-j Crrndjarj are rur.rjve K? Kid kr.-Z'.v v'.-.cle re-oord arc 03 Iclhir.g up rrlsoners for lozg basis did cj his ser.- o; time prevented them :roTi Isarriir; refpocsibiaties. "V.'c ha'.e V-' possible P.- fccsi- -3de e.Ti.v' ir the cffercer shcu'd be kept 14 j- ccmmurjr.- v.-'r.ere he can per.e.'.. Ho'.v mar.v times cio -vjrli ar.d lus deper.d- yo'j rr.e ;D c-.-me our. ar.d to the tare my soul and admi: our cf the i-A learn to h-3 -lr. Bev'ley vs-as heci-cled and -it; SINGAPORE British Ciairv'oyanL Maurice Woodruff, '-vr.o claimed he pre- dicted the assassinations of for- mer United Spates presiden: John Kenr.edy ar.d his brother. Sonator Kennedy, died of a heart attack here Smiav jvrhr. Wcodnrf. had a tour of For Sale Used Industrial Trailers, Washcars, Offices, Bunkhousss, Diners and Motel Units. CONTACT: BRIAN WILSON AKO lid. Phcns 247-11 01 atwre nightclubs. Ke died i- his hotel rwm. He bejar. "rJs stage career as a c-l2i.TO-.2ni after leaving the army m 1947. Woodruff spent a great deal of time h the U.S. where his were big sellers ar.d he Earner this racnth he pre- WTuld end by March 14, ''bf- ret before President Richard V-.or.'s OQ Jan. Ari earlier Chi'. success in the Vietnam peace tail-is In Paris would corne dra- matically in the third week rf April. 1969. pro-, ed r.ot to be ac- curate. :o the of lec'.ure hall Mr. crar.dishini police o. a man killed in Varcouve.- las; year. Ke said a parolee a reco-rl o- crirr.e was found cf the ard ;er.terxed to life trnprisszrr.ez: Jin. 12. Mr. said the was by Ko board. He i: '.vss a v.c'.r-.f In syriem. but S--es'. sdd lv it EO: om CL hariC. uev ;_-- -i-' a dviri three-day passes' t.-j-ee days. perls. Chinese. Arabs ar.d East Cu- ropsans nay thus replace ex- pelled Asians oi Indian origin alcohol and fast living were be- EjrG departing Americans and crming a problem. Europeans but in smaller numbers and for a limited lime. "We are not goir.g to dcptr.d completely en outside aid. but ue do need temporary assist- ance three to four years si-.ou'd be sufficient." he said. "If the British had helped us to train our people in commerce be.'ore independence, we would r.ct row be in a position of asking for technical assistarice The British did not hand over the coniroerce. They it to the Asians, who 99 per ceil oi it.'' Arr.Li took it from the Asians aixt deponed them on no'.ice fail. He de- c'.-.rcd week that black unemployment insurance bene- II eather and road report SUNRISE s-.c; SUNSET II L Trc busir.esses. '.vr.o announced Triirsifay I.clhbridcc Pinchcr Creek iwicirje Hal Ediior.tDn Grarie Prairie Banff........ C-icary ic'.oria Pcnticton tl 39 33 ewlev said the ccrrec: I: :cn: orpu: en the VT-- :V-.v ser.tsr.ce a Secret ballot VgaDdans Prince George Death? By T11E CANADIAN" PRESS. New Shrewsbury. "Mar-riv" Gambmo. 29. r.erhe'-v of Mafia overlord Carlo tvho disappeared May 13. four.d shot to death. Lasos, Yo- r r.a 90, father of Gen. oi FanU Barbara. ar.d his Barsdir diplomat? slain SANTA BARBARA. 'A? Tre'- cenera! ar.d hi; a Barbara ;Gnd deveicc-er '.va.s arrre'.e-d the case, police saic. sou Liberals ueed to Mesterii alienation MONTREAL 'C? If :re :o I cid 'rs Liiz-eral :o a r.a- at 2: ihr ight o; Csr-s-'U arc an- certred c.r. ir-e r.eed io 'be s.vers lo P.'i.T.e oartc Ln. Lhe e1. cf an e'.cc- dr.- ubcrai party 5 r.s'i Try a gentle laxative ffO I from the maker of It's called because it's Nature's Remedy. ihs i urr.s people, as you would expect, 'rtfc-.v a great deal the tv.-o died from he v.our.ds. Police said it net dia'.ely kr.o.vri wha: t violence. Yclr.ikian a from the fyi'.ir: "I to tr.err. v.e sr.'.-.f- i-' tr- whut .ve hive k-o-v- He ?aid he toid the Quetec have becun to he _ it ro-.v is t-rrn lime to search Jcr arswers !a 'or aiier-'icn in Wes'em The prime miriister acteov'.-' edged the govemrr.err. '-p.eT.ove Canada ard you in th.e HIP." a agsi.-.-t spokesman ssid Friday th :'i vho CHIP Ca-a.-ia. Ir.rar.eiia ar.-i There i? o: vin'er.ce m the strike of elevator of t'-e Aiherta Labor Re- .Association, ssid CEV. Mr. Brov-n said the pro'-in- cia: governrr.ent beer. asi-> ed by contractors, elevator ?-JT> ar.d rea! estate cotnDa- To arranc-? a ballot n---; Aiheri members nf the Uninp of tor or. a national cfier made to the urJc-r. mo-th. Contractors e s I i IT. a t e that Slfrj o; has been hdld up tr. since '.he nauo.n- iresan Dot 5 EvidcT.ce of sabotaee ar.d ar.d threats of -.-.o- department, said Mr. It would be io establish exis- tence o; any conspiracy. He a.i attempt would be mace to meet Premier Loug- heed ai soon as the premier from a vacation in Ha- Vancouver Saskatoon Eesir.a vririTJpeg O-.MH-S Montreal John's York Miami Los Ar.rc'es Vegas Phoc-r.ix Hcr-o'.'iij Rome Paris London 46 43 .......21 5 SO FORECAST: Mediciiie Hat. Calgary Today: Cloudy af'.i'moon. jusl> near the foothills. jl1 in the Cron-s- ncst Ilijhs S3-IO. Lows Tuesday: Mainly SiLEny. Highs 40-45. Coliinibia. Kootenay Tp- C'.O'jdy except for a few su-ry in ihe Koolenays this A few SDOwflur- Periods of bo'ji days 25 to 30. ;oaish: 10 to M. MONTANA Fa-t of Continental Divide Parry ciojriy -.hrouEh Tuesday. cecreasl-.g tonight. .r-' r-.c.v extreme north- r-Z T-jcsday. Warmer. 1 I'T-S h-ti to 45. .03 tcnici-t IT tc-r-s with Ws along c[ Cnnlinpr-tal Divide c-ea.-ir.r c 1 o u d i ness today. Cio-.tdy with scattered S3ows over tonieht and 7-ssday. Hichs both days LO-.--S L-r.igi-.: 10 to :o. jirtie action Remedy, a gentle laxa'.iva. Rojuljr cr chocolate coated. tonight, tomorrow alright. OLIVETTI CANADA LIMITED Is now accepting APPLICATIONS from young men interested in a marketing or management career. For appointment phone Mr. D. J. McDowell 327-2555 PEACE SAFETY JOY WHERE IS IT FOUND? SHORT TALKS OPPORTUNITY TO ASK QUESTIONS AND MAKE COMMENTS ANYONE WELCOME p.m FRITZ SICK SPORTS CENTRE 11 111 SI. and 5th Avc. S Room No. 1 TUESDAY, JAN. 30 Subject: "THE PLACE OF SAFETY" COME. BRING YOUR BIBIC AND YOUR FRIENDS THE BOSS LOADER RUGGED, DEPENDABLE To Mount One Man Operation To Remove One Man Operation Unique Integral Parking Legs GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OKFlfl M. OK S.r.l A.M. or ar.d ;s in Br.r.t-Kadium dnvir.a -y M-I- ton, Hich-.iay 3, ucst lo the Kx-n pioued and B.C. Enrder snd IIigr.-.v.iy 3 east nrd fs mostly hare and to Medicine Hat are all bare some slippery sec- and dry and in pood ninler drivin: condition are that Ilichu.-.y 1. Trar.s Car.nda -.v <-r properly fining in nil na- on r.ccoss Hi.5h-.vny. C.i'.gary to Banff i? Ranf llcvelstoko has been roarls. PORTS OF K.NTRY .-.r.d C-osir.p Totitls Carvv.-iv :i to ti l.oi i1 ,1 m. In C p m.; Itoo-ivlli- IH' in f. ;v ?4 Pnrth !l''-.f- ..-v "i i closed, ;