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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, November 22, 1971 LONDON (API ard Dili's s.u-pt V.'rslcm Ku- rope H'l1 nii' :'uni SWITSMU; day today v.mliT M-tlled over i tin? An unseasonably fierce snow- storm hlanki'U'd most of Den- mark and 501 it hi.1 rn Sweden, iso- totmg runny farms and villages, i stranding thousands of motor- i ists and closing several provin- j rial airports. Children in Denmark got an unexpected holiday when their) schools wore turned into emer-1 ceiicy shelters for stranded mo- i toriste. Main" children m den were unable to reach school. Shipping was badly hit. Ferry: services to West Germany and Poland almost at a stand-; still. The Sweden-to-Finland ferry Viking, which drifted agrrund in, calrs S'ir.d'iv 700 person.-, aboard, was tugged afloat today. Flood alerts ucrc NsiK'd along the Dutch and north Belgian eoasLs and in Tuo youlh.s died in .southern Belgium, when their ear burial by snow, only a hundred yards from a group of houses. Avalanches claimed their first victim of the season in Switzer- land wlKMi a -Hi-year-old Swiss skier killed by a snowslido in the canton of I'd. Dozens of alpine villages were cut off in the wake of heavy