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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 1, 1971 PAINTING STOLEN-Thc "Madonna with Saints" by the iial'an Renaissance master THIon was one of 14 precious art works stolen from a church in Pieve Di Italy, Tuesday. Total value of the works is estimated at more than million. The Titian work, doled 1560 was Ihe only one lefr in the village where he was born. Tennis shoes, nine glasses only clues ge loses masterpiece PIEVE DI CADORE, Italy church. Ths Titian, Madonna 76 (i'i UK) 106 73 or, 73 73 .18 0-1 no SB 07 85 50 GO sn _ 39 68 75 57 71 OH gn .17 79 52 .09 M n 77 69 60 65 57 45 07 46 63 47 63 44 65 45 70 41 69 06 76 60 >7 .22 Letlibridge Medicine ITat Mainly sunny. Lows tonight 50. Thursday: Showers in a few localities. Higlis Kouli'nay, Columbia To- day: cloudy with sunny inter- vals and a few afternoon and evening showers or thunder- storms. Winds locally slrong and gusly in the thunderstorms. Thursday: cloudy wilh sunny periods and a few afternoon showers. Highs today and Thursday. 65 lo 70; lows to- night. 45 lo 50. FARMER ._. proles I closing of hvo mills MONT LAUR1UR, Que. (CP More than demonstra- tors blocked all access roads to Mont Laurier Tuesday to press for u.c reopening of two nearby j mills closed six weeks ago ,lny- j ing off 140 men. The demonsiralors, who had come from various communities in the Laurenlians, waved plac- ards and chanted slogans de- nouncing Ihe Quebec govern- ment's attitude in Ihe dispute. A number of fires were slarted but the protest remained pcacc- fnl. Premier Hourassa promised last Veil. 19 to keep the mills running until a buyer was found. Rolli plants were closed be- cause Ilicy were no longer con- sidered lo ho a "feasible invest- ment" an official explained. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Your exclusive Allis-Cholmers Dealers for Lcthbridgo and Trading Area offers DEAIS "LOWEST DOWN PAYMENTS "LONGEST TERMS "BEST SERVICE CouHs Highway P.O. Box 1202 Lelhbridge, Alberta Telephone 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA All highways In Ihe Loth-1 dry and in good driving condi- bridse District are bare nnd' lion. POUTS OK ENTRY (Opening ami riosinfi Colitis 24 hours: Carway 5 a.m. lo II p.m. HIST, Del lloniln 7 a.m. lo B p.m., Rooscville, B.C. 7 n.m. lo II p.m., Kiiipsgatc, D.C., 21 hours; Puilhill-Kykcrls I) a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain (i n.m. In p.m. Wlldhorsc, 7 n.m. to 0 p.m. Lognn Pass open hours I dally. ;