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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THl liTHBRIDCE HMAID 27, 1973 REFUGEES HOMESICK MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -Hun- dreds of Cuban refugees who came to the United States to es- cape Communist rule desper- ately want to return to their homeland. "I would be willing to sign a paper to go to a Cuban jail if I could return right says Ignacio Hernandez, a 38-year- old auto mechanic who rode a freedom flight to Miami two years ago. Hernandez said his life has 1st all meaning without his wife and seven-year-old son, who live in a small town 40 miles outside Havana. Freedom flights from Cuba were halted two months ago, stranding in Cuba the families of a number of refugees who have settled in the U.S. Official estimates place the number of homesick Cuban ex- iles at several hundred. Almost one million Cubans live in the U.S., the majority of them in southern Florida. Normal Precipitation Vancouver 1.4 Edmonton 3.3 Rtgino Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal Holifax St. John's Much below Normtl Vancouver 62 Edmonton ol Rcgino Toronto Ottawa Montreal Halifax St. John's- Above Temoerature Mixed weather bag Temperatures are expected to vary from below mal in most of British Columbia, Quebec and of the Atlantic provinces to much above normal in parts of On- tario and Prairies, according to the 30-day weather fort- cast of the U.S. Weather Bureau. Precipitation is expected to range from moderate to light for most of the country, but heavy in British Columbia and parts of the Atlantic provinces. This Is not a specific forecast end may occur. T f-JJff- 1 -y.' J 7 '5 I 9s 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive "College Moll" 324 Mayor Magrath Drive 420 6th Steet South "Downtown11 CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 2; DOMINION DAY I to' S >w 1 FRESH EAT SALE I BEEF PORK FRESH POULTRY THROUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 30 CLOSING. FRESH FOR FLAVOUR HOLIDAY WEEKEND TREAT! Red; Luscious, Pint Boskets Red, Ripe, Whole. Ib. COLGATE QUALITY PRODUCTS GREEN GRAPES k.i. i A ran A LIQUID DETERGENT Pack of 2 Canada No. 1 Grad. CUCUMBERS King Site GREEN ONIONS, BUNCH RADISHES 2AAK bunchet J Jm COLGATE 100 MOUTHWASH 17 fl. 01. bottle COLGATE TOOTHPASTE 1 1 .49 .19 ;