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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTHMIDGI HERALD Monday, June 18, 1973 News in brief Canadian student killed ROSS ON WYE, England Canadian student one of three persons killrd Siindav vhen a van in which they were riding went out of control and crashed. Police identified the Canadian as Robert Gordon Halcrow. 22, of Penticton, B.C. Three killed in shooting NEW YORK (AP) "There man were shot to death Sunday were bullets all over the night in a crowded Harlem bar. a detective said after a police- i Ancther officer and six patrons man, a bartender ard a gun- j v.ere wounded. Prisoner dies of injuries NEW WESTMINSTER (CP) A prisoner at the British Col- umbia Penitentiary died in hos- pital Sunday hours after he was The man, 42. was serving nine years on theft and related charges. His name was withheld while UilfH OUJUJay o ILC..II it; M.J hit with an iron pipe while prison oflicials attempted to lp- watching television in the pris- relatives, balieved to be in on auditorium. ''eastern Canada. Slayer loved children BERKELEY, Calif. (API A part-time musician and former convict who killed a policeman and a four-year-old girl as she s'ept was described by a friend as "a "entle quiet" "man who eel children. The friend. Bill Maddick. said Ernest M. Silas "just lost con- trol of his mind" during the m- cident Saturday which ended i when Silas was shot to death. Also dead were police Sgt. James Rutledge, 50, and Magic Wolff. 4. Two other persons were injured. Newspaper strike avoided TORONTO (CP) Tentative agreement was reached be- mously agreed to recommend acceptance of The Star offer to tween The Star and five rne- 1 their 312 members but details chanical unions on new con- 1 of the proposed agreement tracts today after an all night j were not released. The unions bargaining "session. involved represent pressmen. The bargaining committee of stereotypers, engravers, elec- e mechanical unions unani- i and machinists Longest-flying travellers Astronauts make history HOUSTON (AP) The Sky- lab 1 astronauts today became history's longest-flying space travellers. Charles Conrad, Dr. Joseph Kerwin and Paul Weitz broke a mark set two years ago by three Soviet cosmonauts. Watergate Dean under fire Skylab test run th Storm hits Nova Scotia. Navy frogmen ride a boiler-plate replica of the Skylab 1 ccmmand module in a final practice recovery before the carrier Ticonderoga left for the splashdown 750 miles southwest of Son Diego. The actual re-entry will take place next Friday. HALIFAX (CP) High w inds. rain and even some snow continued to lash eastern Nova Scotia late Sunday as a freak but fierce blew its way across the province. Some of the worst damage was reported in Cape Breton Island and along the province's north shore bordering on North- umberland Strait i In both regions, measurable j snowfall was recorded on high ground. Tt reached a of j four inches on