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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB IHHBRIOGI HtRAlD tahifflay, 1, 1971 KDMONTON (CP) The Al- yecrs old have lived In Al horla legislature a d. j o u r u ctl burin for bis. months. Sufce-ss- TJnirsday in Edmonton for n five-dLiy Littler recess. Grant Kollay, lorn NDP member, sought a provincial government siand on a piu- poscd S30 million development !iL (XIHJ.SV in llanff Nu- lionnl Pnrk. His motic.li that Ihe legisla- ture oprjose UIQ project was seconded by Hoy Wilson, Social Credil MLA for Calgary Dow bill no aetion was taken by the House. lie said the government has an obligation lo clearly Etalc where H shiTids on tlie pro- ject, which has drawn criticism from any Alberta residents. The government's current po- silion, as enunciated earlier by Don (icily, minister of federal and inlcr-aovcramcnlal affairs, is one of -listening." The gov- was in Ihe purchase of eminent will, lu.uever, discuss ccrtr'in and funera1 the mailer witli federal offi- homes m ful appliumt.s will receive one week ol trainmy. Mr. Vurho said tlw govern- ment uill pay for1 a s I u d y piiv'.ile industry inlo the en- vironmental impact of con- pipeJin.es in Alberta. lk> lold JKiulolpli Zander (PC Drnyton Valley) he hopes to announce a slarL on the study in Uie next several montlis. Organized crime and Ihe ex- lent lo which it hns pcnelrated into Alberta created a lively debate in the legislature with ALloniey -General Mcrv Leitch and George Ho Lem (SC Cal- gary McCallj Liu; chief anUg- Mr. started the argu- ment by referring to a publisti- cd report which quoted Mr. Ho Lem as saying organized crime THE FEMININE TOUCH Porrolwomon Tommie Stew- art, lefr, friskb a suspect before arrest while partner Tanya PaJgelf looks on. The woman sought on a was in court within 14 minutes of a ires I aflor (lie pair spolfed her on the street. The Ann Arbor force has three females on regular pafrol in a unique program. Padgett ii a native of Jackson, Mich., while Stewart hails from Meridian, M-ss, rials. INCOXSISTEVr Mr. Not ley said the project Is ir.consiMrut with Hie purpose of Canada's imtional parks sys- tem. He s B 1 d the national parks ct says parks are "dedicated to the people of Canada for their bcnefilj educaLioji nnd en- joyment, and shall be main- tained and made use of so as to leave them unimpaired for the Murder suspect nabbed by police at Surrey., B.C. SURREY, B.C. have arrested a suspect In (lie nuinlers of William Tupnink, police slill weie seeking other persons in connection with the slayings. The suspect was not Itlenli- 27, one] his fiancee, Marilyn no cliargM UCTC Jctin Calhers. 2-1. immodialclj'. A police fipokusni-in j The victims' bodies n-crc property stolen from tho (ound in the kitchen of Tup- Tupniak Ii o rn c, the bodies vrere loxmcl Tuesday, hp.rf been recovered. He R-52 clic.s in rash ORLANDO. Ha. The ar-ven-man crew of a burning, disintegrating L7.S Air Force B-52 bomber stayed wilh It Fri- day In an nltempl to get the nink's tiome. Both had been slabbed anri also F.Hol rifle nnd a hand- gun. A knife arvl nflu v.ere [ound in IIin house. Police said articles from (he Tupniak home v.prc rerovorcd from a rzr vliich jumped a curb and si ruck n Mdlil in nearby Vancouver on Tuesday. men injuivd in the Occident. of (he Kvo was released from hospital just be- fore police arrived afior Jiaving checked ibc articles found enjoyment of future enuions.'1 F.nviron m e n I Minister Vurko told the legislature that Alberta and Drithh Columbia govcrament officials are lo meet within the next few vreeks Lo discuss water management especially Uie man- agement of rivers vhat cross provincial boundaries. Mr. Yurko said ho has aJ- ready 1] a d correspondence on Lire subject with Kay Williston, B.C. minister of lands, forests and waU'r resources, 120 JOBS without portfolio Bob Dowling said the Alborta government hopes to employ about 120 students this summer in tourist information centres in AlbwU, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Die U.S. Mr. responsible lor said the offices will he npen from Mny 34 to Scptcmlwr. Mr. Uiwling .saM tlw Jobs I bi- rvpon to persons 13 lo alLnruey general said Mr. Ho Item's remarks cast n cloud of suspicion on all busi- ness in the province. Ho demanded that Ihi? Social Cred- it member i.'illior name the i firms involved or MiUulra'W his' allegations. Mr. Ho Lem declined to give any names but said thai on the of funeral homes, the topic had Ijceu discussed wide- ly for some time and "is a con- cum of UK? people of Alberta." Deputy premier Hugli Korner moved that allegations made by Air. Ho Lem be referred to Soccer ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Arsenal 3 Nolls F 0 Coventry 2 Man United 3 Crystal P 2 Southampton 3 Derby 2 Leeds 0 Hnckiersficlrt 0 Everton 0 1 Chelsea 2 Liverpool 2 West Broiu 0 Mar City I Sloke 2 Sheffield" U 1 Newcastle 0 EASTER TIME IN BELFAST This is Ihe Eosler atmos- phere in Belfast as this boy hurries along Royal Ave. In the cenlre of Ihe city unaware of Ihe ever preDcnl joldieri as he heads home with his Easier eggs. (AP Wirepholo) Ihe legislature's standing com- West Ham 2 ToUenham 0 mitlee on privileges and elec- tions. This brought a protest irom Gordon Taylor (SC Drum- heller) who said a member should liave Uie right to bring attention lo conditions which he thinks are dctrimenlaj lo the public welfare. NOTHING ELSE James Ileuderson (SC WetnskJuin Letlue) said that it statements made by mem- bers outside Uie House are go- ing U) bo refeired to commit- lees "we will have to adjourn Lhis House ond do notliing else but examine Ihe record." .Speaker Gerry Amcrongen fi- nally defused the issue, at least temporarily, when he surjp.est- ed thai Dr. Homer withdraw tho inolion nnd submit it la nrillen form for the speaker's consider a lion. Dr. Homer agreed. plane bark to or at least i Ihe car. Tile sorond tnkcn inlo cu'.ludy as he was relensr-d from hospifal. ditch it into a lake from houses in the area. Loosened rails probed in 38'death disaster rimTsWTl ATTENTION! LL, JU_J NIISSON'S PIE SHOP 1708 Mayor Matjralh Dr. [Next la Zeller't) Treat your family to some of our delicious pies! .JOIUNN'ESBUJIG (Ileuter) Police are invesiiiialinrj rails by bridge which derailed nnhvay train currying African passengers [o an Easter festival, killing persons and injuring 17-1. Officials said Hie accident In Ihe northern Transvaal Friday appeared to be the result of sab- olagc. Police reported finding tome rails loosened in front of tlte bridge where the accident took place, about 200 miles norlh of here. 0 Leicester I Division II Blackpool 4 Burnley 2 Bristol C 4 Preston 1 Cardiff 0 BLrmingliam 0 Chavlton 0 Norwich 2 Fulham 1 MihvaU 0 Luton 3 Sheffield W 1 Oxford 0 Watford 0 Porismoutb 1 Swinton 2 QilL-cn's PK 1 Urieilt 0 Sunrferland 0 Hull 1 Division III Aston Villa 2 Swansea 0 Barnsley 1 Dolton 0 Blackburn vs. HaTitax pprl Bournemouth 1 Brighton 1 Bradford C 1 Rochdale 1 Mansfield 1 Walsall 1 Notts C 1 Wrc.xbain 0 Oldliam vs. Rothcrharn ppd Port 0 Bristol R 0 Tranmcre vs, Shrewsbury ppd York 4 Chesterfield 1 Division IV Aldershot (I Exeter 0 Bury 4 Barrov; 0 Chester 3 Newport 0 Crcwe 2 Brentforrl I Darlmtiton 4 0 Grimshy 2 Cambridge I Hartlepools t Scunihorpe 0 Lincoln U Southend 0 Northampton G 1 Peterborough 4 Colchester 0 Soulliport 1 Stockport 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 3 Parlick 1 Dundee 1 Dunfermlinc (1 Easl Fife I Falkirk 1 Hearts 1 Aberdeen 0 vs. Hibernian ppd Morton vs. Clyde ppd MolhcnvcU 0 Diuirlce U 1 Hangers vs. Ayr ppd St. Johnsfonc 3 Airdrieonians 3 Division II Albion vs. Queen's Pk pptl Arbrualh 3 SI. Mirren 2 Brechin 4 Hamilton I 3 Strani'aer 0 Cowdenbealh vs. Alia ppd E Stirling 0 Berwick 4 Queen of S 2 Monlrose 1 Stcnhousemuir 2 Forfar I StirUng 3 Railh 0 IRISH LEAGUE Banymena 1 Portadowa 6 Bangor 1 Glenloran 2 Cokvaine 3 Cliftonville 0 Crusaders 4 Arris Q 4 Distillery i Linfield 0 Derry 2 EMO has jobs for studcnls OTTAWA (CP) The Em- iicy Measures Organiza- tion said Thursday It will cm- gi arn will he Tna largest project, involving seven provinces ami 253 students, is ploy alwut 480 students in 1372 j to survey fsllmil .-toiler space summer work projects ncross available in the event of a nu- projcct-'i Canada. Tola] cost ol the pro- clear attack on Canada. Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET II I, Pre all had to pile out and push' MON'TREA L (CP) A week-long holiday in Quebec for 20 Alberta high sdiool students almost dicin'l come off Friday. The bus lakirjg the stuilonls from 150 milca i In Calgary broke down Just few miles outside their home- I town. "We all had to pile out and push, bul there was something wrong will] the motor and it was just no said Terry Bechtel, 17, one of (he 1C girls and four boys broughL hero by the. Kiwams Club o{ Morilreal. Finally the supervisors phoned another company and at a.m. H bus got Ihe students lo Calgary airport (or the flight to Montreal. The students are all in Grades in to 12 at Coaldale liigh school and were chosen for academic and leadership qualities. Wishes to Inform Our Customers that Temporary Repairs Have Been Completed and We are Once again At FOR BUSINESS Funeral Monday CARDSTON (HNS) An ac- clrlent near Green's Ferry, Ida- ho, Monday night claimerl lite life of a 21-ycur-olll Cardslon man, Gregory WriRht. He died in a Boise hospital Wednesday night. The accident was caused when e bull wandered tip on the hJgiiway in the dark. He is survived by his wife, (he former Patricia Draper of Cardston, Funeral service will be held el I p.m. Monday In lha Card- slon LDS Stake Chapel. They Mill have Iripa to the a ii r en t i a n 5, OLUvra and Quebec City nnd a luncheon vith Mayor Jean Drapeau dur- ing their stay Transportation coils nre being paid by the [cil- 1 government's youth ex- change program. "I think it's the best way Jiere is to sec Uie rest of Can- said Dora Devcrnichuk, 17, "We nil had images of what this province would IK like, and now we'll get a chance lo Usl out Jury fails to reach verdict TIARHISBUnC, Pa. (AP) The Ifarrisburg Seven jury, np- )arenlly bothered over constitutes has ipenl two busy days unable lo reach a verdicl. It goes back to today hoping to reach a decision on whether Rev. Philip Derrigan and six other anti-war activists plotted to kidnap Henry A. Kis- ingcr, President Nixon'3 for- eign affairs adviser. The jury also must determine if Ihey conspired, as charged by Ihe governmenl, lo blow up tun- nels in Washington, nnd vandal- ize dratl board offices around Ihe U.S. as parl of Iheir plan io force Ihe U.S. oul of Vietnam. The jurors deliberated for 12 hours Friday, with interruptions only for lunch and dinner, and on two occasions they returned lo Lhe courtroom to .scuk addi- tional help on the legal defini- tion of conspiracy. The jury asked if in determin- ing the existence of an over-all conspiracy it had lo find nil seven defendants plotlcd to break the law. ''The; nn.sv.er Is said Judge R. Dixon Herman of the U.S. district court. The question indicated the possibility some defendants might be acrjuiiled nnd some convicted. Half Ihe women ju- rors nodded their heads ns the judge angered. I.cthbriugc Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Banff....... Pcniiclon Prince George Kamloops Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon ii'l Currcnl Retina Winnipeg Thunder IJay While River Toronto Montreal Quebec Chicago Denver Los Angeles Minmi New Vurk Phoenix..... Rome....... 60 43 57 47 52 m 58 63 51 -12 45 35 31 35 41 42 39 ...37 42 7C C5 81 Paris........... GO 51 London 51 CO Moscow 'H Stockholm....... .11 Mexico City..... 51 FORECASTS I.ellibrldge, Mpnlclne Weather issued. Pe- rmits of snow U'jnrls N25 nnrt gusty with drilling snow overnight. Lows near 15 anove. Cloudy Sunday with sr.ow flurries: winds guslillg to SO; hiRlis 15-20. Caliiary Weather advisory Issued. Snow and drifting snow early tonight; winds Nm and jjusLy; lows 10-15 above. Cloudy snow-flurries Sunday, winds KIS-25, highs near 15. MONTANA roast of Continental Diviilc- K.iir ond mild today with soutliv.est vinds along Ihe i slopes. Winds shifting to norlh- crly accompanied by 1 ors, changing (o snow begin- ning no.'lhv. cst tiiis evening 1 and over nil lr.it iha extreme southwest lute tonight. and Sunday. much colder Sunday, Iliglis today TIJ lo (ij. 23 to a.i. Highs Sunday "Os but leinper- atnrcs falling during the day to 15 to 25 northern portion by afternoon. West of Cmillnt'lilal tlKMr Showers over tho area today and tonight decreas- ing Sunday. (.'Doling trend. HiRhs lodny 43 to 5.1. l.ous to- night 25 to 33. Highs Sund.'iy CiiluniLEn, Kntil'-nay To- day: Cloudy v.iih of rain. Brir.k wiuris In the main valleys. Tonidlt: Cloudy willi a few snnv.rhirrios and cnoler. Sunday: Cloudy. Tew periods of Ilighs today 45 to S5 and Sunday in tire Ms. Lows to- night 30 lo 35. SPECIALS! SPECIALS I DR. R. A. LACEY M.8., D.S. F.R.C S., M.R.C.O.G., SPECIALIST IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOtOGY Wishes lo announce relocation lo his psrmanent office afi Centre Village, Lethbridge From April 4th, 1972 BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 9th STREET and 3rd AVENUE NORTH Open 8 a.m. to p.m. Daily! Phone 327-5705 Easier Sunday cif the Town Chef SPECIAL HOLIDAY MENU Served from 11 tc 7 p.m. Your choitfl of ROAST TURKEY BAKED HAM PEPPER STEAKS all lha trimmlngl PHONE FARIY FOR RESERVATIONS 327-6412 Acroii thft Eonm Chef from (ha Paramount Ihefitre AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM