Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ THE UTHEP.IDOt HERAID VI> PROVIDENCE IS SURE SMILING Providence, R.I., on fforn r- to a _n o- '.vindo-.v. Rlndo Island is Iho irncllesl Hots bjl these pnotos id CM. i.-r. i pi Canadian hostages praised for 'coolness'' in ordea Nixon's visit to China aids peacemaker image From KFL'TFFl-AP i lishnz a ciiaic-gue with Chinese Mcuriry by sayiag in a 1 the United Stales will not w.lh-VAStir.'GTOX iCPl" Pre-i- leaded wouM his cammunique issued wiatiy with draw all its approximately bi- svoved image peacemaker Coiaese Crxvi trcops on Taiwan until Peking -artisan -UTO-': ffV'his ia his drive lor Dei; list liw ws> and tie Nationalists had "to i.- November. iU V.S. from reached an agreement. Mii; :.i leaders Tiiwis. who along with Senate chirKs o: if by tbe Senile KsruMirsa Democratic Leader Mike 10 Kucrj SAV: of Montana has been sub lo bunt for missing lug VANCOUVErt A ten-man submersible Is sclicdulcd lo pro bo the devils of Georgia Slrait Thursday for the missing tug Hare. Straits. Si-arch officials now nre positive the tug sank about three miles south of Point Roberts, near llw Canada U.S. border, (lurinc a sale Sunday that whipped Georgia Slrnit and southwestern British Columbia. Two barees the steel-hull tug was lowing to Vancouver wore found in a fixed eos'iiion. Oil and flotsam rose tev the surface in the, vicinity, coriirrmiTK speculation that the Ku-'jos nvre slill tethered to arM marked her grave. A search for the cro-.v oi five continued Tues-tr.e s u b m e rsible Nekton, j Geoff roy of a shtit would take, using identity i_- :M7, :.i y.MXi'ield and Scott, be-iifivr.j a desire to dead cousin V4.V CH.I V, lAv. .1.1 1 f, loaders as well wrve s thE- _ re-ftAX NM'fVf :V.> 7v-tf ;v trip in late spring two CjUr.i. Rigoberto jlrj, 2L', and F.millor; tt-r tctrin? the Carii'Jiin Dag om the wrapping n.-ir in it. Or.c- v.-a'- a r in e d v.-ith 5 but'.'hc-r knife, the other v.ilh a v.'espons on condition thcy cwild tall: with Mr. Brown. 'Ilii.s from a re- irf. iderr.ir. K z o: it has mxrwr, oc by General Oceano- .1. Williani graphic.-: of San Diego, Is to ba of U.S. involvement today to Vancouver. sharply criticized Two employees of intorna- o.-iris-iw.-.iive members of the j lic.psl Hyrirodjuaraics Co. Hd. Republican party j of N'orih Vancouver, the Nek- vx th.it Taiwan Is being 'ton's builders, will man her on i Thursday's descent. option roajn the licld W The real I.aforxt Mr, s wiice. After another of dis-; CLHsion, ?Jr. BrovMi c-onunced St. 'small town near .k .-..to, QJC. ir.to the waning "hands of mill-; J] '.-him said he sen Tuesday for the asylum arate nomination meetings will tr-mpt, along with the' growing be held. The first is scheduled difficulty encounlered bv Cu-i for Brooks March II, Ihe sec- ne I was the dirtiest wwd i bans ata.mp-.mg to leave their oral in Vulcan March 13 and er I f know.'1 But "I k-amed another coimtr-. lefinition from my rr date the rr.ioe to i frov on his i rrrus; by a Uror.d toM r 5be hsd in her for 3 e three a terrible thing to have done, using my name like does not belong to said, addinj! tliat U.S. ou-ards it "was in error :e it, i. ai a protectorate." Two othrr own- ed by Hie North Vancouver company ttx? One and Pisces Three, are on charier in eastern Canada. the story zdcs. is due t.o the fact port for him. or. s baptism certilicj'js :'o: lie infor- mation, Records in the prt.thcootsr.-'s office In Lafond was baptized b St. oe Erxlriguez April 23, coe day after his birui. Weather and road report Incidence of poisonings n Alberta on increase third in ilaiina. in the your.g man's to trfyjomy a "crm'vciC'n- deserter and flee the have lost, lo Canada as many rnon as v-t; have killed f.n Wilson rn. i n i s t r frojn Pa., U.-stified that no vol'jntfctred for the nrrny Li Ite World War DO YOU NEED A CHECKUP? Are you over 35? Do you Ernofcc? Are you from jinctrfilorf? If your to any of trie-iR is yes, you'd be wise to have a medical check- e Li.o .Montreal Couri- Aid V.'.'ir UesiAters. s bill .sponsored bv Senator Ilob- en Taft (Hop. Oijirjj, mrr.nosty conditional on Uie ac- of alUirnt'.ive civilian i-s no "It is dtsigntd Uj pacify the American people, tij rid them of thrrir gijill for this brutal war 1 irvJ to wash Indochina from the he said. PAY INCREASE DETROIT (APj Detroit po- receive, a S750-3- pay rf-troactive to 1 under ttrm.i of a state arbitration Tuesday. The will plan; the annual pay at A similar arbitration panel awarded fireman of comparable experi- ence a salary last Ue- up once a y.'ir. liut should patrolman wiu'i four years you BCC you r fa mily d oc t o r or visit a (iiagncjiiEic clinin? jmport.'int 5s it that tlna cJfK'tor tikes your hTood surc checks your lu-ait with an cltctroairdio onrl tfivr.s you a proper hlrxxl tt .st? m-xtclvrrk- up is '1 thnroifph A CIIf-CKUPMAY KAVK YOUIt J.I -one of 2-S cinating in March Iteadrr'B Digest, Ont your cc'py todayl DIETRICH DENTURE CtlNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Svila 8-304 Sih 51. S. Ph. 327.7244 lelhbriilgi the deaths. the deaths reported In consumption and six caused by tobacco and alcohol. :idence of poisonings in Al- geria have more thaa dwibled Of during the last eight years and j 1971, T2 were caused in provincial official says part try' CT by automobiles end fuel, the increase can'l be ex- 67 caused by drags and mecii- cations intended for internal The provincial poison control service. JK a report Tuesday, said 145 people died from poi- ing in tbe province in 197! and there were incidents f jiving poisons. In there trCbl LjlUGl HI were DJ! deaths and 3.313 inci- dents. In 1S70 there were 129 deaths and incidents. Dr. Charlotte service director, said part of the in- crease involved Ihe population increase arid improved effien- cy in reporting cases. NEWLYWEDS Bob Lipscombe, 32, married Marcetla Guc-rry, 30, AAonday in Edmonfon and acquired 14 child- ren, 49 grandchildren and 30 cjreat-grand-children, Lipscombe has orie son of his own. fCP Wlrephoto) EDMONTON (CP) The in- made up a large percentage of But part of the increase still Is not explained. "We just don't know she said. "The population in- crease arid improved reporting does not account for ail the in- crease." Young children under four years made up most of the in- cidents reported in 197L with cases. In this group, there were only four deaths. The most deaths, 55, oc- curred in Oie 25 to age group deaths group. Dr. there were 46 in Ihe over 45 age Dafoe said s u I c ides MPs plan meeting CALGARY (CP) A meet- ing of Liberal Members of Par- liament from western Canada will be. held here March 17 to "crystalizc isues" for the next federal election, Alberta cam- j paign chairman Blair Williams said Tuesday. He told a meeting of the Palliser Federal Liberal Asso- elation that similar meetings will be held throughout the I west to improve the party's election performance. The party is also planning courses for Calgary and Ed- m o n I o n where professional campaigners will give instruc- j lions to candidales and key Las Vecas Phoenix" Home Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm FOUECAST: Lelhliridge Clear tonight, lows 15 lielow, clouily T li u r s d a y, gusty Chinook winds in western sections, highs near 25 above and ntsr IS above over eastern areas. Medirinc Hat Clear to 5 lows 15-25 below, cloudy .09 Thursday, few snowflurries, .23 I winds 31515, highs 10 15 above. .03 i Calgary Increasing cloudi- .011 ness tonight, lows 16-2o below, doudv Thursday, occasional .03 light'snow, winds SE15, highs near 5 above. C o I u m h i a Koolcnay i'7j Today: Mainly cloudy. A few snpwhumes near t h e moun- tains. Thursday overcast wfth intermittent snow. Highs both .64 days in the mid thirties south low twenties norlh. Lows to- i nioiu in Ihe tens. Montana Tast of Conllnen- 9 .''7 Iliviile Today: Partly cloutly. Cloudy Thursday with v.idciy scattered snow showers. Eliyhs lixlay 10 lo 20 cast and nnrlh 4iis .southwest. to- night zero to 15 below east and north 20s southwest. Highs j Thursday 15 lo 25 cast 35 to 45 west. of Continental Divide Today: Widely scattered rain or snow showers increasing to- night and Thursday. Slowly ris- ing temperatures. Highs today to 4Tj. Lous tonight 25 to 35. i Highs Thursday 40s. among the older age groups workers, he said. Little Leap Year action at rich batchelors parly M I AM I (AP) Bored buxom beauties served up plenty of talk hut ]UMe Leap Year action for a batch of wealthy bachelors who com- petfMi for the rolls instead of tho blondes. In the Centre of Things WED., MAR. 1st VIMY LOUNGE 'MOONGLOWS' Saf., Mor. 4th VIMY IOUNGE 'Variety SRoyal Canadian Legion Fri., Mor, 3rd BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' Sat., March 4th BEAVER ROOM 'THE METROS' GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. 7f Cupid was aboard Dr. Sydney Sacks' sumptuous houseboat Tuesday night, he may have been dodging ciga- rette butts under the dirty bubble bfith in the sunken Roman tub. In its inaugural hour tbe, party billed by Bachelors In- ternational members as a Year Gala" seemed to go smoothly enough. Half of the club's 35 mem- bers showed up. Also making the scene were about 20 international lovelies who displayed a lot of a lillle leg and Hie thickest false eyelashes money could buy. But the well-laid plans of the parly's plotters seemed to go awry. The "swinging singles" gravitated more loward the kitchen than each other. When co-host Rosen appeared with hoi egg rolls, it was tbe highlight of Ihe evening. Foreign gnesfs found them- selves deserted as mostly middle-aged men put clown their plaslic champagne cups and marie a dive for the orien- tal goodies. .said one fed-up fe- male, "is gelling lo he R drag." Kho left. Edwards HEAVY-DUTY CULTIVATOR MODEL C3I9 Reducible lo 17' or extendable to 21 ft. One Hydraulic Cylinder for Deplh Control, as well as lifling wing lo transport positron Positive Depth Conirol Designed 1o mount chain driven rod weeder attachment Sea KEN DICKSON for a dcmc...-Irotion GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES letlibridge Phone 328-1141 Or-TICIAT. AS OP A.M TODAY COURTESY OK AJIA Highway 2, Kanton to Car- way, snow covered. Highway 3, Grassy Lake to 7oaldale, travel lanes are bare, -oaldale to Monarch, snow covered, wheel tracks are bare, ilonarch to Lund brock, cover- ed with a layer of light packed snow. Lunrlbreck to the B.C. )order, covered with packed now. Highway 4, Lethbridge lo Conllr., travel lanes are bare. Highway 5, Lethbridge lo Spring Coxrlee, snow covered, wheel tracks bare. Spring Cou- ee to Waterton, snow covered. Highway 6, Pincher Creek to iV.ntcrlon, snow covered. Highway 23 anrl 25, snow cov- ered, wheel tracks bare. Highway 36, Taber lo Vaux- travel lnr.es mostly hare, Vauxhall lo Seandia, snow cov- ered, wheel tracks bare. Highway 62 from Magrath to Ihe Mclntyre Hill, snow cover- ed, wheel tracks bare, remain- der lo Del Bonila, snow cover- ed. Highway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff, 4 incnea of new snow. Banff to Holden, good travelling condi- lion Ihrough lo Ihe Junction bill there is no report for Ihe remainder to Golden. Golden to Revelsloke is closed. U a n f f-Tiadium and Banff- Jasper highways arc both closed. I'ORTS OF EOTRY (Opening and Cluslng Tlmesu Coutla 2-1 hours; Cnrway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del Bnnita 9 .m. lo 6 p.m.; R.C. 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Kingsgatc, R.C., 24 hours; Porlhiil Hykcrli 8 a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain "Joscd. WUdhorsc, a.m. to S p.m.