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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THf LCTHBRIDGE HERALD July f, News in brief Prison protest ended WINDSOR, Vt. (AP) A dis- turbance at Windsor state prison ended Sunday night after rebellious prisoners released two guards they had held hos- tage, a spokesman for Gov. Thomas P. Salmon said. State police and fire fighters were called to the prison late Sunday afternoon after prison- ers barricaded themselves in a courtyard and threatened to szt fire to the maximum-security facility, authorities said. Warden Julius Moeykins met with three representatives tff the prisoners to negotiate griev- ances during the disturbance, said Joseph Jamele, an assist- ant to the governor. The disturbance came less than 24 hours after eight prison- ers escaped from the prison. None has been recaptured. Major supply roads retaken PHNOM PENH (AP) A large convoy rolled into Phnom Penh today over a recently opened highway. And the mili- tary command said the Cam- bodian capital's other major supply road once more has been retaken from insurgents. Nearly 500 trucks and trailers arrived over Highway 5 from Battambang, the rice province in the northwest. The highway was reopened last week after being cut for of the previous three months. Highway 4 was reopened Sun- day to the coast and the port of Kompong Som, the military command said. The reopening came after five days of hard fighting and around-the-clock strikes by U.S. Air Force jets against an estimated three bat- talions of Khmer Rouge insur- gents. CUU takes action to develop union WINNIPEG (CP) Dele- gates to the fifth annual con- vention of the Council of Cana- dian Unions broadened their future Sunday, changed their collective name, and refined their organization machinery. With speeches kept to a min- 13 more Iraquis executed BEIRUT (Reuter) Thirteen more Iraqis were executed Sun- day night for their part in Iraqi security chief Col. Kazem Kaz- zsr's unsuccessful coup, hdad radio said today. Kazzar and 22 of bis followers were executed Friday. FOUL teen persons, including Abtiel-Khalek al-Samerrai, a leader of the governing Baath party and also a member of the Revolutionary Command Coun- cil, were sentenced to death by a special tribunal Sunday night. A presidential decree con- firming the death sentences in all but Samerrai -was issue for pul> DUBLIN (APj Sean Ma--til he became an executive of j lie scnrtfny, "generally speak-; ing chiefs haven't "changed their attitudes since the forces first started. They think j lhe police are nobody's busi-; ness but the force's itself.'' j Brown, a barrel chested.: thick armed, wise cracking constable is a defender of the ordinary policeman but not of his boss. If he ran tbe force, he said, every policeman would be retired after 20 years Veteran politician dies ceoin, 79, a leader of Ireland's the North Longford branch of Police Association head critical of pokce chiefs independence struggle against Britain a half-century ago, died Saturday in hospital. the United Ireland League. In the guerrilla campaign against Britain be rose to com- Born in eldest of 3 BaUinatee blacksmith, be fol- lowed his father's profession un- men most wanted by British se- curity forces. B-C. mishaps Majority believe Nixon involved PRINCETON, N.J. cerning Nixon's involvement in enee struggle against Britian a Watergate since tbe last Galtap half-century ago, and twice an survey of June l to Jane 4. The unsuccessful presidential candi- roost recent poll was faken for the Fine Gael party. -Montreal Jirikn Marionette-, a member of the Mon'real- f.-'tff S1TWP 19R2, eovcr-vp. founder rf the bia on the weekend, two in a fire and one in a traffic acci- dent. Pakrcr, 36. and her e is n a chesterfield. Robin Rickslt-, 24. of Camp- bell River -svas killed Saturday in a two-car crash on the 12 celt Shoreworkers want over the two years for men currently earning an hour, with parity at the end L1 be safe environ- mentally and less expensive than transportation by pipe- line or railway, said the Al- set for trolled fish, and for a rale to be set for salmon roe. of the contract for women workers, and they have reiect- an which would have jrce said t. 2 goyern- -JT 13 t.3 report Uus fan after more opinion on the concept of using dirigibles had been obtained. Mr. Dickie said the studv of the feasibility the balloon melhod is a "very preliminary of Coortenay, I all VJJVJ WUUJU Jfdvt: iJWUH givrrt both groups 3fi an hour but has i CiM I tw KUK I at the ox! of tbe contract. Good Used Allis Chalmers 2 ROW POTATO HARVESTER Will. ACCEPT tKADf IN ON THIS MACHINE. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, LEfHBftlDGE BOX 1202 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile of Highway No. S east of v-rt Macleod is in progress. AH remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opening and Closing Adea a.m. to p.m.; Ctrway 6 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 to 30 p.m.; Cctftts 24 hours; Del Eonita 8 am. to 9 p.m.; Singsgate 24 hours; Porthfll 8 a m. lo midnight; Wi3d Horse a tn. Jo 5 p.m. Logan Pass 7 a m.